BGSU,,MSU REACH SEMI-FINALS
By MARTHA CRALL
Four more teams saw their 1981-82
seasons end after this weekend's Cen-
tral Collegiate Hockey Association
(CCHA) first-round playoffs.
Only the top eight of the 11 teams par-
ticipated, and the field has now been
honed down to the league's final four,
who travel to Detroit for this weekend's
CCHA Championships. The winner of
the tournament receives an automatic
NCAA first-round berth.
THERE WERE few surprises, as the
four home teams ,won their two-game
total-goals series. Seasons ended for
Northern Michigan, Lake Superior
State, Ferris State and Michigan, while
Bowling Green, Michigan State,
Michigan Tech and Notre Dame con-
tinue for at least one more week.
Bowling Green recorded the largest
margin of victory, shutting out Nor-
thern Michigan, 8-0, on Saturday, and
bombing the Wildcats, 10-5, on Sunday
to take the series, 18-5.
Falcon Perry Braun netted a three-
goal hat trick in the opener and goalie
Mike David saved 26 Wildcat shots in
NICK BANDESCU scored three goals
and three assists on the weekend for
Bowling Green. In Sunday's contest,
Northern's Bruce Martin notched three
goals and one assist, accounting for
four of the five Wildcat points.
to final four
Page 10-Tuesday, March 9, 1982--The Michigan Daily
CIub Sports Roundup
Michigan State 9-3, Lake
Superior 1-4 (Michigan
State wins series, 12-5)
The Spartans were favored, but sur-
prised even themselves by blowing out
Lake Superior Friday, 9-1. The Lakers
won the battle, 4-3, on Saturday but lost
the war 12-5.
After a scoreless first period in the
opener, the Spartans busted loose for
five second period goals and four third
period scores. Lyle Phair collected two
goals in the win.
Laker Dave Keegan scored the game-
winner in the finale.uMichigan State's
Gary Haight dished out four assists in
the series to become the first Spartan
defenseman to total 40 points in a
season since the 1973-74 season. MSU's
Hockey Magazine Poll
In their last 30 games, the Falcons
have gone 26-4, all four losses byha total
of four goals, while outscoring their op-
24 wins, 15 at home, are both Spartan
Michigan Tech 7-3, Ferris
State 4-3 (Michigan Tech
wins series, 10-7)
Resigning Ferris coach Rick Duffett
ended his career yith a 3-3 tie on Satur-
day, but it wasn't enough, as the
Bulldogs lest to Michigan Tech, 7-4, on
The Bulldogs jumped out to a 2-0 lead
in the opener, but in a 14-second span
just a minute later, the Huskies knotted
the score, afterwhich they poured on
four more goals to bury Ferris.
The penalty-marred game (16 minors
for the Bulldogs, 14 for the Huskies)
saw Tech outshoot Ferris, 40-22.
On Saturday the Huskies' Bill Terry
scored Tech's 20th shorthanded goal of
the season to open the scoring. Later,
though, Tony Stiles salvaged the tie for
the Huskies with only 31 seconds left in
Notre Dame's Jeff Logan won CCHA
Player-of-the-week honors in the Irish
sweep of Michigan (6-5 and 5-3). The
Grosse Point Shores native scored two
goals each night, including the series-
Boston 111, Detroit 101
Atlanta 98, Milwaukee 95
N.Y. Rangers 6, Detroit 3
Minnesota 8, St. Louis 1
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With the varsity taking the week off, the men's club team was the only
volleyball team in action and they performed with respectability. In a non-
regional tournament at Miami (O.) Saturday, the Michigan spikers finished
fourth out of six teams. Their actual play was better than what the final
"We played really well considering the fact we were missing two star-
ters," said team manager Martin McFadden. "Last year the varsity team
took fourth in this same tournament, so in comparison we did well."
In the tournament each team played each other twice and then the top two
teams got byes to the semi-finals. Since Michigan only lost to Notre Dame
and Miami, it was the number one seed in the quarter finals. In the quarter
finals the Wolverines easily disposed of little Blufton College from Ohio, 2-0.
However, in the semi-finals the spikers met their nemesis Notre Dame,
who disposed of the Wolverines for the second time of the day. In the con-
solation game Michigan lost a heartbreaker to Ohio Wesleyan, 15-13, and
thus finished in fourth place. Miami went on to beat Notre Dame in the finals
to capture first place.
The bowling club travelled to Saginaw Valley February 21 and finished off
its season with matches against Wayne State and Michigan State at the
Crooked Creek Lanes.
The first match pitted the Wolverine squad against Wayne State, who is
posted as the number one team in the Metro division. Michigan-took. two
points in the match but lost five points.
The second match put Michigan up against the out-state champions
Michigan State with the Wolverines coming out, 2-5.
"We finished second in the out-state division with a record of 110-57," said.2
Michigan's Jon Reed. The out-state division encompasses all the teams in
Michigan except for Detroit teams who make up the Metro division. Presen-
tly the team is awaiting confirmation as to whether it qualified for the
CRNOSS COUNTR Y SKIING
With the snow still falling the Wolverine cross country racers are still
Two members of the Michigan squad, Sam James and Mike Muha, recen-
tly competed in the Ken-Mar Classic race on February 21. James finished
the 10-kilometer race with a time of 38:03 which was good enough to earn him
second place in the 25-34 age class and placed him seventh overall. Muha
came through the-race marking a time of 39:20, which gave him a third place
seat in the 18-24 age class.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of Michigan
club sports during the previous week. This week's information was
compiled by Daily sports writers Randy Berger and Tam Bentley.
This weekend's games
(at Joe Louis Arena)
Notre Dame vs. Bowling Green, 4 p.m.
Michigan Tech vs. Michigan State, 7 p.m.
Consolation Game, 4 p.m.
Championship Game, 7 p.m.
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Instant scheduling for IM volleyball is
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meeting is tonight at 7 p.m. for co rec,
womens, and G/F/S. Meeting for
residence hall,.fraternity and indepen-
dant will start at 8 p.m. Both will be in
the IM building wrestling room. The
volleyball officials meeting will be from
7-10 p.m. in the gym. Team squash en-
tries are due by 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the IM bldg. of fice for G/F/S.
All-campus and co-ed badminton en-
tries are due Thursday by 4,:30 p.m. at
the IM office, and team relay entries
for all divisions are also due by 4:30
p.m. at the IM office.
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