The Michigan Daily
Tuesday, January 12, 1983
Home ice disadvantage
CCHA host schools post
1-8-1 weekend record
By MARTHA CRALL
Home was not the place to be last
weekend if you happen to play hockey
in the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association (CCHA). Familiar ice did
nothing for last weekend's hosts, as the
home teams went1-8-1.
Bowling Green continued to be the
league's hottest team, sweeping last
year's CCHA champ, Northern
Michigan, in Marquette, 6-3 and 5-4.
THE FALCONS led Friday's game
rom the outset although the Wildcats
outshot them. Brian Hills scored two
goals including the game-winner.
continued to rotate goalies, as Jeff
Poeschl stopped 35 shots in Friday's
loss and freshman Bruno Campese
faced 43 Bowling Green shots on Satur-
Lake Superior 9-6,
Ohio State 3-2
Another team that has been hot of
late is Lake Superior State. The Lakers
took Columbus by storm, blasting Ohio
State, 9-3 and 6-2.
Eight different Lakers scored goals
in Friday's romp, with Allan Butler the
only two-goal scorer. Senior Pat Ansell
was in goal for Lake Superior, kicking
out 24 shots, while John Dougan stopped
32 Laker blasts.
Defenseman Dave Keegan scored his
second game-winning goal of the
weekend at 18:02 of the first period on
Saturday. he sophomore from Rich-
mond, British Columbia-earned CCHA
player-of-the-week honors for his ef-
forts which included three goals and two
assists for five points.
Ohio State's John Damrath saved 30
shots in the finale, while Ansell stopped
25 shots in the win.
Western Michigan 3-3,
Michigan State 2-4
Western Michigan and Michigan State
split home-and-home series, with
Western winning in East Lansing, 3-2,
on Friday and Michigan State taking
Saturday's contest, 4-3, in Kalamazoo.
Bronco alternate captain Jim Olson
scored the game-winner in the opener
at 4:26 of the third period, giving the
win to his goalie, Glenn Healy, who
saved 28 in the Western nets. Spartan
sensation Ron Scott stopped 21 Bronco
Mark Hamway scored two goals and
Ken Leiter notched the game-winning
tally as Michigan State almost blew a 4-
1 lead before holding out for the victory.
Scott picked up 28 saves in the win
while Healy turned away 32 Spartan
Michigan Tech 6-0,
Miami (O.) 5 (OT)-5
Miami ended up being the only team
to garner a home victory, a shutout of
the Huskies in the finale. Michigan
Tech barely came out on top of Friday's
see-saw battle, 6-5.
Freshman Jim Clarke scored two
goals including the game-winner at 7:33
of the overtime period on Friday. Ann
Arbor native Tom Allen earned the win
with 26 saves while Dan Kodatsky
kicked out 32 shots for the Redskins.
Sophomore Miami goalie, Alain
Chevrier collected a shutout on Satur-
day, stoping all 27 Huskies shots. Five
Redskins scored in the victory, all in
the second period. Netminder Mudge
Tompsett, who joined the Huskies after
Thanksgiving, stopped 21 shots in the
first two periods before giving way to
Allen in the third.
Notre Dame 8-7,
Chicago Circle 3-8
The Fighting Irish and the Circle split
the only non-league series. Kirt Bjork
and Jeff Perry each scored two goals
in Notre Dame's Friday win.
Bill Rothstein collected two goals on'
Saturday in a game that saw the Irish
blow a 5-2 lead and lose, 8-7. Chicago
Circle's Joe Patzin scored a three-goal
hat trick in the victory.
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WMPL Hockey Poll
1. Bowling Green......
2. Michigan State......
4. Northern Michigan ...
6. Michigan Tech......
7. Notre Dame.......
8. Western Michigan ...
10. Miami (O.)..........
11. Ohio State.........
W L T
11 4 1
12 5 1
9 4 3
10 6 0
9 5 2
9 6 1
6 9 1
5 10 1
5 10 1
4 10 0
,2 13 1
1. Wisconsin (10).
2. Clarkson......... .
3. North Dakota.......
4. Bowling Green.......
5. Minnesota ........
6. St. Lawrence......
7. Michigan State ...:. .
9. Colgate .............
In the finale, Northern took a 2-0 first-
period. lead before giving way to' the
Falcons. Bowling Green scored three
goals in the second to take the lead
away. Falcon right winger Peter
Wilson broke a 44 tie at 19:23 in, the
third period to complete the Bowling
Junior Falcon goalie Mike David
collected both wins, stopping a total of
53 Wildcat shots. Northern Michigan.
This Week's Games
Notre Dame at MICHIGAN
Ferris State at Bowling Green
Miami (O.) at Lake Superior
Northern Michigan (S) vs.
Michigan Tech (F)
Ohio State at Western Michigan
Chicago Circle at Michigan State
(F) Friday home game;
(S) Saturday home game
... MSU captain scores two goals
North Dakota 6-5, Denver 44
Wisconsin 84, Minnesota-Duluth 3-3 (OT)
Cplorado College 6-10, Northern Arizona 246
1. Newell Brow
2. Brian Hills,E
,3. Dave Mogus
CCHA Leading Scorers
Nn, Michigan State 18 5-30-35
Bowling Green 16 17-14-31
.h, Northern Mich 16 18-11-29
rick, Western Mich 16 13-16--29
'hee, Bowling Green 16 9-24--29,
BRUCE LEADS THE WAY:
Eight'M'runners make nationals
By SARAH SHERBER
Much to his surprise, Michigan track coach Jack Harvey
ad eight runners qualify for the Indoor National meet
during the East Tennessee Invitational last weekend, the fir-
st meet for Michigan this season.
Anirew Bruce, who is currently the defending champion in
four Big Ten events and holds the conference record for one,
(100-meter dash with a time of 10.25), qualified for the NCAA
meet by running the quarter mile in 47.7. His performance
enabled him to finish third in the event.
BRUCE WILL HAVE another chance to run in the
National meet, held on March 12 and 13 at the Pontiac Silver-
me, as he was a member of the NCAA mile relay team.
F'he quartet consisted 6f Bruce, Rob Grainger, Shelby Johnson
and Mike Shea.
The distance medley will also have a chance to claim All-
American status. The relay squad of Craig Camp, Rob Boyn-
ton, Bill O'Reilly and Brian Diemer qualified for the NCAA
contest with a time of 9:48.09.
"It was an excellent performance, especially by Brian
Diemer. He ran a 4.02 mile which was one of the best at the
meet,,even for the open mile," commented Harvey on the
fine finish of the medley team.
"We had a real good meet down there," said Harvey, who
admitted that he had underestimated his own runners. "I
didn't think that they would be ready so soon."
HARVEY NOW has the chance to change one of the four
runners of either relay squad, which he concluded might be a
possibility. "Mike Shea, who is our fastest half-miler, didn't
run (in the distance medley)."
Shea was a member of last year's squad which garnered
All-American honors during the National meet.
The thinclads willagain only be represented by a partial
squad when they compete in the Eastern Michigan In-
vitational at Ypsilanti on Friday. The meet will consist of
runners from the Mid-American conference and Michigan
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By JESSE BARKIN
After successful weekend meets in which the wonen finished second and the men.
grabbed an unofficial first place, the Michigan gymnastics teams move into Satur-
day's co-ed meet against Illinois at Crisler Arena in good positions, as they move
closer to the Big Ten Championships in February.
Kathy Beckwith, the women's top all-arounder, continued to do well as she cap-
tured the individual title at last Saturday's Ohio State Invitational. The Buckeyes
finished first, scoring 135.75 points, wnile Michigan tallied 134.4.
BECKWITH SCORED 35.2 in the four events, including three second-place
finishes and a third-place tie in the floor exercise. Though winning the meet,
Beckwith was not completely satisfied with her performance.
"I don't think it was the best meet I could have had, but I hope to do better."
In the Big Ten Invitational at Michigan State last weekend, the men's team
scored a season high 268.5 to top a six-team field which left coach Newt Loken in an
optimistic mood coming into this Saturday's match against defending Big Ten
In the combined all-around, MilanStanovich and Merrick Horn finished second
and third, and Horn scored a career high in the optional routine with a 54.25.
"I'm proud with the solid team effort, but we still have lots of work ahead of us
especially this week against Illinois," said Loken. "It's gonna be a cliffhanger."
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