The Michigan Daily
Tuesday, February 16, 1982
ND sweeps Ferris
By MARTHA CRALL
Notre Dame goalie Bob McNamara
may be the hottest thing between the
pipes in the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association (CCHA) at this point in
The junior netminder again proved
his value to the team as he beat Ferris
State twice over the weekend in Big
Rapids, 5-4 and 6-0. In December, Mc-
Namara led the Irish to an upset cham-
pionship victory in the Great Lakes In-
vitational Tournament, earning Most
Valuable Player honors in the process.
All he has done since then is win five
straight games in Notre Dame's climb
to fifth place. His 6-0 shutout of the
Bulldogs on Saturday marked the first
by a Notre Dame goaltender in four
years and the first against Ferris State
in 110 games. Now he has won CCHA
player-of-the-week honors for his
On Friday night sophomore Bulldog
forward Randy Merrifield did his best
to beat McNamara and the Irish,
collecting his first career hat trick, but
Notre Dame held on to win by a goal.
Dave Poulin's two goals paced the Irish
in the finale on Saturday.
Michigan State 6-7,
Western Michigan 2-3
Michigan State continued in its quest
for home-ice advantage in the first
round of CCHA playoffs with a home-
and-home sweep of Western Michigan,
6-2, in East Lansing and 7-3 in
Kalamazoo on Saturday.
Mark Hamway and Lyle Phair
scored two goals apiece in Friday's win
and Newell Brown collected two of his
own in the finale. The Spartans once
again received solid goaltending from
Ron Scott, who sits atop the standings
for CCHA goalies with a 2.85 goals-
Lake Superior 8-3,
Michigan Tech 4-6
Michigan Tech settled down after
Friday's 8-4 shootout loss to take Satur-
day's game, 6-3, in Houghton.
The Huskies found themselves
in the victory. Laker netminder
Lawrence Dyck stopped 40 in that
Ohio State 6-0,
Bowling Green 5-6
Ohio State derailed the Falcon Ex-
press in the opener, 6-5, but Bowling
Green got back on track on Saturday,
shutting out the ninth-place Buckeyes,
All the excitement occurred in the
last 90 seconds in the opener. Dave
Kobryn scored two goals to pace the
Buckeyes, who were tied with Bowling
Green up to the minute-and-a-half
mark. Then Paul Pooley scored for
Ohio State at 18:34 to break the tie and
Gord Rivington added an empty-net
score at 19:12 for a 6-4 lead. Yet the
Buckeyes had to hold on for the win as
Falcon Dave O'Brian scored at 19:40
and Bowling Green took more shots on
goalie John Dougan before the game
Northern Michigan was idle last
1. Wisconsin (5)........ 28
2. Clarkson (4)..........21
3. North Dakota (1) ..... 26
4. Bowling Green....... 21
5. Minnesota ........... 16
6. Michigan State......20
7. Boston College........17
8. Colgate .............. 16
10. New Hampshire......15
1. Bowling Green.....
2. Michigan State....
4. Michigan Tech......
5. Notre Dame........
6. Ferris State........
7. Northern Michigan ...
8. Lake Superior .......
9. Ohio State....... .
10. Western Michigan ...
11. Miami (O.) ..........
CCHA Leading Scorers
Player, School ................. Games
This Week's Games
MICHIGAN at Ohio State
Bowling Green at Miami (O.)
Michigan Tech (S) vs.
Northern Michigan (F)
Western Michigan (S) vs. Ferris State (F)
Chicago Circle at Lake Superior
Notre Dame (M) vs. Michigari State (S)
(F) Friday home game, (5) Saturday
home game, (M) Monday home game.
1. Brian Hills, Bowling Green..
2. George McPhee, Bowling Green
3. Newell Brown, Michigan State
4. Dave Poulin, Notre Dame ....
5. Mark Hamway, Michigan State
trailing in the opener after only 46
seconds when Laker Monty Beauchamp
scored on goalie Tom Allen. Mickey
Candler's hat trick made it 6-1 after two
periods. By the time Tech's Al Radke
scored two goals in the third period it
was hopeless for the Huskies.
In the second game, Beauchamp
again gave the Lakers an early lead but
Tech answered with three goals en
route to a split in the series. Bill Tery
notched a hat trick to pace the Huskies'
attack, and Allen turned back 41 shots
Minnesota 2-0, Wisconsin 1 (OT)-5
North Dakota 4-11, Minnesota-Duluth 3 (OT)-3
Colorado College 4-5.Denver 3-5 (OT)
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By MARTHA CRALL
It will be a clash between two red-hot
hockey teams, but fatigue may play the
biggest role in the contest.
Michigan travels to Michigan State
tonight to conclude a Monday-Tuesday
home-and-home series in which the
Wolverines' "home" half was played on
January 18. Both teams are coming off
weekend sweeps of their opponents;
Michigan took two from Miami (0.)
here and Michigan State drubbed
Western Michigan twice in a home-and-
CONSEQUENTLY, both teams are
on a roll, but the Spartans' unspec-
tacular 5-2 win in the earlier Monday
game proved that playing more than
two games a week takes its toll.
"Sure, it's tough," said Michigan
head coach John Giordano. "We're just
going to hang in there as best we can
and we'll see what happens."
A victory would be invaluable to both
teams, as the two are fighting for home
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(CCHA) playoffs. To gain the home ad-
vantage, a team must finish among the
top four in the standings; the Spartans
and Wolverines are currently nestled in
second and third place, respectively.
MICHIGAN STATE boasts two of the
CCHA's top five scorers in sophomore
center Newell Brown (15-42--57) and
captain Mark Hamway (23-23--46). But
the Spa rtans' biggest weapon is league-
leading goaltender, Ron Scott. The
sophomore All-American candidate
boasts a 2.97 goals-against average in
27 games and has already shut out
Michigan once this year, a 3-0
whitewashing back in November.
"Michigan State has a great team,"
said Giordano. "They are well-coached,
they have a fine goalie, and a good
power play. They're moving up."
Although the Wolverines don't enjoy
the scoring punch Michigan State does,
their goaltending has been just as good,
overall. The icers possess the second
and third best goalies in the CCHA,
Peter Mason (2.99 gaa) and Jon Elliott
(3.07 gaa). Defenseman Steve Rich-
mond (5-29--34), Ted Speers (20-12--32)
and Brad Tippett (13-18--31) spearhead
the Wolverine offense.
Michigan State (20-9-2 overall; 18-8-1
CCHA) holds the edge in the season
series with Michigan (17-9-5 overall; 13-
8-4 CCHA), 2-1-1.
Tonight's game will be broadcast
from Munn Ice Arena by WAAM (1600
AM) starting at 7:10 and by WJJX (650
AM) beginning at 7:20.
Club Sports Roundup
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING
Last weekend the Wolverine men and women cross country racers
traveled just outside Traverse City to compete in a 261/2 kilometer (ap-
proximately 17 miles) race, the North American Vasa.
The women's standings at the finish hailed Jennie Haughn as the first
undergraduate to cross the finish with Pam Shuck following second and
Ingrid Chuang third.
In the undergraduate men's category, Marc Gallin crossed the finish first,
followed by Paul Jackowski and Chris Weiss.
"We've had some good snow so we've been training really hard," said
Michigan's Gallin. "The winning times really were quick this year and with
the perfect conditions it's just fantastic."
This coming weekend, the cross country team will travel to Northern
Michigan to compete. The first stop will be Charlevoix as it skis in the Win-
dmill Farms competition, and Sunday the team will move on to Gaylord for
the Kenmar Classic.
The undergraduate squash club as been active this season; as they con-
tinue to travel to various intramural tournaments.
Ross Campbell was recently hailed as the winner of the Oberlin Open C
tournament in Oberlin, Ohio. Campbell also was runner-up in a Michigan
State C tournament, while Bill Austin also claimed runner-up position in the
Western Singles tournament in Indianapolis.
The team plans to travel to Williamson, Massachusetts the weekend of
March 5-7 to compete in an intercollegiate tournament at Williams College.
The top four players - Austin, George Kalman, Campbell, and Jeff Deitch
- along with two other players who have yet to be named will comprise the
six-man team to compete in Williamson.
This weekend, the undergraduate team will travel to Chicago to compete
in the Windy City Open.
The folk dance club will be holding a special American Night this Friday
evening which will feature live music by the Ann Arbor Brown Bag Band.
The club has attained a caller for the evening who will be calling Contra,
Square and Appalachian dances.
Every third Friday of the month, the club features a live band dance
beginning with an hour-and-a-half of teaching the dances to beginners.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of the
Michigan club sports during the previous week. This week's infor-
mation was compiled by Daily sports writer Tam Bentley.
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