The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 19, 1976, Image 7

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Defending champion Texas will be y favored over Baylor, with lice and Texas A&M also expected score heavily, as 187 preliminary intrants vie in 14 individual and two elay events. The meet opens with the javelin at [p.m. Friday, followed by the dis- :usat3p.m. and running-event pre- iminaries at 5 p.m. Saturday’s ichedule opens with field events at 5 i,m. and the first running event at 6. In all, there are 13 champions en- ered including three 1974 winners vho failed to repeat last year. Only two-time champion in the meet is Texas shot putter Dana LeDuc, heavily favored to make it three in a w. In possibly the strongest indi vidual field in SWC meet history, entrants include two fastest three- niilers in SWC history; the fastest miler; second-best achievers in the le vault, high jump, 880, and both springs; and the No. 3 all-time discus and javelin throwers. Arkansas’ Niall O’Shaughnessy is tentatively entered in both the 880 and mile, where his 1:47.7 is second best in SWC annals and his 3:58.1 is the all-time top mile. Final declara tion of entrants will be Thursday morning. His teammate Randy Melancon s a 13:23.8 three-mile to his credit and Rice’s Jeff Wells, the defending champion, has a 13:25.2. The duo four of the five fastest three- mile races ever clocked by SWC h iez 3 74 THE BATTALION WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1976 Page 7 Texas defends track title runners. Melancon and Wells are also entered in the mile. All-time SWC runners-up include Texas’ David Shepherd, with a 17-5 pole vault; Baylor’s Kevin DeLorey with two high jumps of 7-1; and Rice’s Zoe Simpson with 9.27 and 20.5 in the 100 and 220, respective- l y - , Texas Jim McGoldrick, the de fending NCAA champion, is the third leading SWC discus thrower at 208-9, and A&M’s Bill Newton is third in the javelin with 249-10. Records in the most danger ap pear to be the 13:56.8 in the three- mile, 202-11 discus, 16-6 pole vault. Others that could fall are the 39.9 sprint relay, 4:03.2 mile, 9.3 hundred, 20.7 furlong, 249-3 jave lin, 1:48.1 half mile, and 3:06.9 mile relay. That last one hasn’t been threatened this spring but Baylor re turns all four members of last sea son’s team that xan a 3:05.68 in the NCAA finals. The preliminary entries by events (subject to revision before the meet): SHOT PUT — Ted Weems, Baylor; Steve Hoerster, Rice; Mark Waldman, SMU; Dana LeDuc, Jim McGoldrick, Robbie Robinson, Texas; Frank West, Craig Carter, Randy Scott, A&M; Bob Moeck, Tech. DISCUS — Ted Weems, Baylor; Buddy Briscoe, Dean Daugherty, Rice; Jim McGoldrick, Dana LeDuc, Robbie Robinson, Texas; Steve Stewart, Frank West, Randy Scott, A&M; Bob Moeck, Marc Taylor, Tech. JAVELIN — Clark Morman, Ar kansas; John Jeffrey, Baylor; Bruce Atkinson, Baylor; Dan Erwin, SMU; Martell Petermann, Porky Lyons, Texas; Bill Newton, A&M; Ken Nor ris, Tech. HIGH JUMP — Bob Williams, Arkansas; Kevin DeLorey, Bill Wimberly, Steve Myatt, Baylor; Scott Edwards, Rice; Rod Harvey, David Wildman, Carroll Kearney, Texas; Don Riggs, Ron Keys, David Frazier, A&M, Dale Parker, TCU; Rod Price, Bryant Huckabay, Tech. LONG JUMP — Ricky Thompson, Mike Shivers, Randy McKee, David Piland, Baylor; Cecil Overstreet, Richard LaCombe, Houston; Curtis Isaiah, Rice; George Dennis, Gralyn Wyatt, Texas; Tom Owen, Chris Norton, A&M; Tom McIntyre, Tech. POLE VAULT — Daryl Revelle, Arkansas; Blake Burleson, David Dodson, Baylor; Chris Pecheux, David Stark, Rice; David Shepherd, Frank Estes, Kim Pitner, Marc Herns, Texas; Brad Blair, Jon Har rington, A&M; Ronnie Miller, TCU; Randy Lewis, Dave Henseler, Tech. lOO-YARD DASH — Scooter Reed, Steve Sims, Baylor; Cecil Overstreet, Houston; Zoe Simpson, John Dykes, Carlton Dettett, John Hiney, Rice; Cole Doty, SMU; Overton Spence, Raymond Clayborn, David McKee, Mike Fray, Texas; Charles Dawson, Ray Brooks, Tom Owen, Charles Butler, A&M; Lorenzo Ashford, Cleo Boone, Keith Davidson, Phil De laney, Michael Milton, Jerry Thomas, TCU; Garye Price, Scott Macon, Tech. 220-YARD DASH — Reed, Sims, Baylor; Overstreet, Richard LaCombe, Houston; Simpson, Dykes, Derrett, Hiney, Rice; Doty, Mike Rideau, SMU; Spence, Clayborn, McKee, Fray, Darrell Texas A&M pitcher selected All-Southwest Conference DALLAS — Texas’ hard-hitting outfielder Charles Proske and the Longhorns ace lefthander Richard Wortham top the 14-member All- Southwest Conference baseball team selected by the nine SWC coaches. The defending national champion Longhorns, who won their 51st SWC baseball title this season, placed four players on the squad, the most of any school. Proske and Wortham were the only unanimous choices on the elite unit, which in cluded three pitchers, a utility in fielder and a utility outfielder. Eight of the nine SWC schools were represented on the team with Texas Tech, Rice and TCU following Texas in the balloting with two players each chosen. Baylor, Hous ton, Arkansas and Texas A&M each furnished a single selection. A recent victory over St. Mary’s earned Wortham his 48th career win, a NCAA record, with playoff competition still to come. The senior firehaller has fashioned a 12-1 record for the season with a 1.51 earned run average and five shutouts. In SWC his 7-1, 1.51 marks were sec ond in both categories, as was his 87 strikeouts per nine innings pitched. Proske, a junior centerfielder, finished second in the batting chase with a .396 average. He led the ue in runs scored (28), base hits and runs batted in (23). Defen sively, lie handled 50 chances through the SWC campaign without making an error. The other two pitching spots went to A&M’s James Gibson and Rice’s Alan Ramirez. Gibson led SWC play with a 1.20 ERA, recording four shutouts among his six conference wins. Early in the year, he hurled 52 consecutive scoreless innings. Ramirez set a SWC record with 86 strikeouts and finished the season with 130. The freshman allowed only 30hits in ten SWC appearances. Jerry Willeford, Houston’s all purpose catcher-outfielder, earned an all-conference berth at catcher after topping league hitters with a 442average. In addition, he led the SWC in total bases with 62 and tri- iles with five, and was second in ith hits and doubles. First baseman Gary Ashby ofTech finished the sea son with a .353 average with three home runs and a double to his credit. He committed only three errors in 150 fielding chances. Danny Twardowski of TCU was named to the second base position after batting .349 with two homers, four doubles and 30 total hits. Shortstop went to Ron Mattson of Tech, the SWC’s third leading hitter with a .374 mark. He banged out 31 hits in only 21 games. At third base, Mike MachaofRice and Joe Ayers of Texas tied for the honor. Macha, who hatted .305, finished second in the home run chase with five, while Ayers batted .354 before being sidelined with a knee injury late in the SWC season. The final two outfield spots went to Bill Montgomery of Arkansas, the league’s fourth leading hitter with a .361 mark, and Baylor’s Rick Clop- ton, who batted .329 with four hom ers. Garry Pyka of Texas (.333, seven extra base hits) garnered the utility infielder position, while his coun terpart in the outfield was Gene Bur ton of TCU, whose six home runs were a league high to go along with a .321 average. Invite the bunch . . . Mix a great, big bucket full of Open House Punch! 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