Page 12-Tuesday, October 5, 1982-The Michigan Daily
CMU NEXT OPPONENT
By DOUGLAS B. LEVY
Last Saturday in Evanston, the
Women's Field Hockey team dropped
it's first game of the season, 3-0, to Nor-
thwestern. The Wildcats, coached by
Nancy Stevens, (coach of the under-21
national team), are presently ranked
eighth in the country, and dominated
"We were unprepared for the game,
we haven't faced any competition like
that this year," said Michigan junior
co-captain Heidi Ditchendorf, who is
possibly out for the season with an in-
jury to her right knee, suffered in the
St. Louis game.
"IT IS TOUGH in practice to
simulate how a real good team like Nor-
thwestern will play. People got
frustrated, and the frustration led to
worse play," said Ditchendorf.
For the game, the Michigan offense
took only seven shots on goal, while
Northwestern sent 17 rockets in the
direction of Michigan goalie,
sophomore Jonnie Terry. "Jonnie
played very well, she made some in-
credible saves," praised Ditchendorf.
Ditchendorf believes that the North-
western game will prove helpful down
the line. "It's good to have this loss at
the beginning of the year, because it
will prepare us for Iowa and Old
Dominion, who are both ranked higher
than Northwestern," Indeed, Iowa and
Old Dominion are currently ranked
second and third in the national
THIS afternoon the stickers face Cen-
tral Michigan, in what has developed
into a competitive rivalry. Last season
the teams faced each other three times,
with Michigan winning twice.
"We're definitely a better tean this
year, we're a lot more skilled. But, it's
usually a pretty physical game,"
The game starts at 4:00 p.m.
Michigan is currently 5-1, 2-1 in the Big
Michigan golfer Karyn Colbert con-
tinued her fine individual play, cap-
turing fourth place in the Michigan
State Invitational last weekend, but the
team could only muster an eighth-place
finish in the 13-team tournament.
Colbert finished the three-round
tourney with a 226 total which was only
five strokes off the winner, Syd Wells of
MSU. Penn State won the individual
with a score of 909.
Although the Wolverines finished in
the bottom half once again, coach Sue
LeClair was happy with the results.
"Our scores keep going down," she
said. "We broke the 330 make twice this
weekend; unfortunately, the other
teams are improving also."
The Wolverines travel to Ferris State
this weekend for a three-team match
with Michigan State and the host
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Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK.
Two Eastern Michigan players (dark jerseys) zero in on a Michigan field hockey player in a game held in Ann Arbor on
September 28th. Michigan beat the Hurons 5-0 that day, but lost this past Saturday to eighth-ranked Northwestern 3-0.
The team's record now stands at 5-1.
By MIKE MCGRAW
Another strong performance was
turned in by the Michigan women's
cross country team Saturday, as the
harriers took first place in the nine-
school Bowling Green Invitational.
Top individual honors in the meet
were shared by three Wolverine run-
ners. Senior Melanie Weaver, Junior
Lisa Larsen' and freshman Sue
Schroeder all finished with a time of
17:39. Carol Lam, a junior from
Honolulu, came in seventh and was
closely followed by another freshman,
Bonnie McDonald, in eighth.
"OUR TOP three ran even better
than I expected on what was a very
slow course," said coach Francie
Kraker Goodridge. "What was par-
ticularly pleasing was the strong im-
provement of our second group which
will be a key in our Big Ten and NCAA
The harriers return to action in two
weeks when they travel to Ypsilanti for
the second time this season. The meet
will be against Eastern Michigan and
Western Ontario. Last week Michigan
won the nine-team Eastern Michigan
Invitational. The Big Ten champion-
ships are Nov. 6 in Iowa City.
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