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I I 1 Wednesday-Thursday March 27-28 1985 THE ARLINGTON CITIZEN-JOURNAL 17A I Maus blast Sot! lh At 71- ta 111111111111MININISI sLc got) Ni I F' Si 1 to0 'At I I 10 74 7 0 0 0 1 3308 East Pioneer Parkway Arlington Tex 633-2324 Mon-Sat 9 am-8 pm (12 mile east of 303 Mall) t72 mtle east ot utht maw Team Lamar 7 2 0 La Tech 4 2 0 Northeast 4 2 Ye UTA 3 3 0 MoNeese 3 4 1 Arkansas St 2 4 0 North Texas 1 7 0 Saturday games UTA at McNees Lamar at SW Louisiana Sunday games UTA at McNees Lamar at New Orleans 846 Pipeline Rd Hurst Tex 595-0462 Mon-Sat 9 am9 pm (across from Well's Boot Center) (across welt boot Lent4 4 -MAK -IME1114011" latlioliellisi00000e4NWOM -AVOW I'-- The UT-Arlington Mavericks wound up their lengthy home- stand by lashing South Dakota State by 19-1 and 14-2 counts in a doubleheader Monday at the Arl1 ington Athletic Center 1 The Mavericks improved to 24- 14 with the sweep going into a Tuesday road trip with Dallas Bap- tist College South Dakota dips to s' 0-6 after opening its season with i four losses to Oklahoma State The Mavericks scored seven 1 runs in the third and 12 in the fourth to crush South Dakota in the first game UTA sent 17 batters to the plate in the fourth frame of the five inning affair UTA outhit the visitors 15-4 with Greg Faught lead- ing the way with 3-for-3 James Rains Matt Skinner and Steve Ralston had two hits each Skinner had a triple Craig Jenn- ings had a double UTA starter Michael Holly improved to 5-1 by allowing one run on three hits in four innings Da vid Rodriquez allowed one hit in going the final inning 1 1 I I I i i 1 1 1 4 I 1 1 In the second game INA continued the barage with 15 hits while Paul Banas improved his record to 3-1 going into this weekend conference series with Mc Neese State at Lake Charles La Faught turned in another solid game in the nightcap with a 3-for-4 effort while Skinner was 3-for-5 with five RBIs Dave Zech was 2-for-3 and Trey Hillman 2-for-a Hillman was 3-for3 and scored eight times in the series The ex-Sam Houston star walked six times Banas pitched three innings and yielded one earned run on three hits Mike Meek struck out three and gave up two hits in three innings of relief Skinner had a double and triple while Dave Zech belted his eighth homer The Mays had dropped three of four games going into the South Dakota State game including 14-6 and 54 setbacks to Mankato State on Saturday up two hits in three a double and triple ach belted his eighth Lad dropped three of ping into the South game including 14-6 As to Mankato State Domination Northeast causes headaches adaches 1 1 '1 1 i 1 1: 1 i 1 1 1 i 1 1 a 9 1 third to catch that runner off base but the third baseman's glove couldn't hold the ball either as the same error occured and the runner on third stole home UTA didn't capitalize with their automatic runner on second in the bottom of the eighth and lost the conference-opener 24 North Texas State played Northeast on the Maverick diamond next before meeting UTA in the third game on Saturday afternoon The three teams played the same schedule on Sunday for the second of their doubleheaders The Mean Green dropped four games during the weekend losing both games against UTA by the eight-run rule after five innings 9-1 and 10-0 Coach Rayla Allison's squad is 8- 11 overall 2-2 in the conference Leading the team offensively is centerfielder Brenda "Woody" Woodard batting a 426 and left-fielder Dorcas "DC" Coston hitting a 350 Woodard leads the team in stolen bases with 17 UTA is back in action Wednesday at Oklahoma City University then returns home for a non-conference doubleheader against the Oklahoma Sooners 6 pm Thursday at the Arlington Athletic that runner off Le third baseman's hold the ball either -ror occured and the ird stole home capitalize with their liner on second in the eighth and lost ce-opener 24 the Maverick dia- xas State played efore meeting UFA ame on Saturday af- three teams played dule on Sunday for their doublehead- an Green dropped uring the weekend unes against utrA by rule after five inn- a Allison's squad is 8- in the conference team offensively is Brenda "Woody" a 426 and left- Ls "ac" Coston hit- Woodard leads the bases with 17 in action Wednes- a City University home for a non-con- leheader against the eners 6 pm Thurs- ington Athletic By CATHY SEABAUGH C-J Staff Writer The dominance of Northeast Louisiana University's women's athletics is giving the UTArling- ton Mays major migrains The basketball Lady Indians who will make their first appearance at the NCAA Final Four this weekend in Austin were South- land Conference champions this 1 year ahead of UTA which fin ished second This past weekend the Northeast softball team 'claimed two diamond victories over the UTA softball team 2-0 and 6-0 The Mays' first conference game of the season took eight inn ings and a special rule The game was scoreless after the regulition seven innings International rules require a runner to be put on second base at the top of the eighth Two consecutive errors by the Mays looked as if the Indians greased the ball A Northeast player hit a single to move the runner to third During the next bat INA catcher Duval made an on-target shot to second to ruin the steal but the ball flung out of the second baseman's glove when she turned to tag the runner The ball was picked up and hurled toward I 1 1 I 4 I I i a 5 TREATED SYP DECKIIIG LUVIZER Size 8' 10' 12' 2fle4n 184 234 284 289 349 439 41')(4" 434 499 699 4 8' TI-11 EXTERIOR WOOD SIDING CDX PLYWOOD SHEATHING APA FRAMING LUMBER Clean Dry Kept under cover Size 10' 12' 14' 16' 2'1X 41 189 224 259 299 21IX6" 294 349 409 474 PRECUT STUDS I 4 Acre BUG all 04 KILLER tit Listed (729-44) 34 Acre 3284 BUG KILLER IL Listed (340-90) (668-24) 52 8r4 alell each 52" Pacific Breeze CEILING FAH wiLight Kit Joe Hardy president and founder ot 84 Lumber Pes Company Announced today that 84's Low ric have been Slashed (t-cono aN 9' 12' area for only 111' S4212 erl -0 each 12" 12" ALL MN 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teams he Cameron Univer- nal shot rounds of (m of 231 Larry Riley for a medal-earning zlo Greg Schwartz 230 242 and Andy I43 1 2 1 i 1 1 4 I 4 4 or 444 I John Sauerhage anchored the UT-Arlington distance medley relay team to a second-place finish to highlight the Maverick runners at the LSU Invitational Other members of the team were Gene Hensarling David McKinzie and Ben Melly with a time of 95514 The team will be at the Baylor Quadrangular Friday at Waco Other schools in the meet are Baylor Texas and Illinois Hurdler Sansiski Daniels took fifth in both hurdle events in his outdoor debut Daniels ran a 1399 in the trials of the 110s but was bumped and sank to 1408 in the finals The Longview junior clocked a 5178 in the intermediates Daniels is expected to run the high hurdles and both the sprint and mile relays at Baylor David Peltier is expected to run both the open quarter and the mile relay at the Waco meet At Baton Rouge Peltier ran a 4734 in the trials of the 400 but came in eighth in the finals with a 478 Denis Trottier was third in the triple jump at 50-11 David McKin zie was fifth in the 200 at 2135 and Donnie Kemp tied for sixth in the pole vault at 15-0 Calvin McGill set a school record in the 10000 with a time of 30468 while finishing ninth Isaac Biegon was right behind with the 7 second best UTA time at 31007 For the women Ann Kay Neal was fifth in the shot put at 40-11 and Cookie Jackson was sixth in the triple jump at 37-9 Jackson also had an 18-1 effort in the long jump and Regina Griggs clocked 1:0613 in the 400 hurdles but neither mark placed in the top six UT-Arlington golfers will corn pete in the Howard Payne University Invitational Golf Tournament Monday and Tuesday at Brown I 40 4 4 4 The tennis teams travel to Northeast University Friday for a dual match and the men host Texas Tech 11 am Sunday at the UTA Tennis Center They resumed play this week at home against Weatherford College Tuesday Women's softball returns to the home diamond Thursday in a doubleheader against Oklahoma 6 pm at the Arlington Athletic Center The Lady Mays head south to St Mary's fora doubleheader over the weekend UTA is 2-2 in the Southland Conference after taking two games last weekend over North Texas State but dropping both games to Northeast Louisiana Tracksters will bus it to Baylor for a quadrangular meet 2 pm Friday The UTA Gymnastics Club will host the Texas Gymnastics Conference state meet Saturday in the gymnastics room of the UTA Activities Building The meet will include teams from UTAustin Texas Abilene Christian University Texas Tech and UTA Preliminary events will be held in the afternoon and finals begin 7 pm All events are open to the public Cost for admission is $1 for students $150 for faculty and staff and $2 for the general public For more information call 273-2761 teams travel to Liversity Friday for a the men host Tex- 'I 1 Sunday at the urA en They resumed ek at home against College Tuesday )ftball returns to the Ld Thursday in a dou- gainst Okbhoma 6 lington Athletic Cen- Mays head south to a doubleheader over UTA is 2-2 in the mference after tak- last weekend over State but dropping Northeast Louisi- will bus it to Baylor ngular meet 2 pm ymnastics Club will as Gymnastics Con- meet Saturday in rn room of the UT Iding will include teams tin Texas Abi- University Texas MA Preliminary All held in the after- als begin 7 pm en to the public mission is $1 for stu- or faculty and staff general public For ation call 273-2761 4 1.

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