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December 09, 1994 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-12-09

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Because Tiomkin was shut out
by Tampa in the championship
game, he ended his four-year
Oakland career with 59 goals, one
short of the school record.
The Pioneers finished 18-2-2,
tying their single-season victory
record. They were unbeaten in
a school-record 14 matches (12-
0-2) before the loss to Tampa.
The Tampa game also was the
last in an Oakland uniform for
senior midfielder David Ankori
from Rehovot, Israel.

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TWO PREP football players

earned all-division honors in the
Oakland Activities Association.
Berkley senior two-way tack-
le Greg Lusardi made the Divi-
sion III honor squad and Micah
Heilbrun of Birmingham Groves,
a senior fullback-linebacker,
gained a berth on the Division IV
team.

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trick lifted the Oakland Univer-
sity soccer team past Seattle Pa-
cific 6-4 on Dec. 1 in the
semifinals of the NCAA Division
II tournament.
The overtime upset of the de-
fending national champions lift-
ed the Pioneers into the title
game against Final Four host
Tampa (Fla.) on Dec. 3, but Oak-
land dropped a 3-0 decision.
Tiomkin, a senior forward from
Raanana, Israel, opened the scor-
ing against Seattle Pacific with a
rebound goal in the ninth minute.
Oakland rallied from 3-1 and
4-2 deficits to send the game into
overtime at 4-4, and it was a goal
by Tiomkin in the 66th minute
which tied it.
Tiomkin's third goal, during
the second of two 15-minute over-
time periods, put the Pioneers in
front for good.

STEVE STEIN

AFTER

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