Page 10-Tuesday, October 26, 1982-The Michigan Daily
icers tied for first
By MIKE MCGRAW
The sun has risen on a new Central
Collegiate Hockey Association season,
and after the first weekend of play
there lie three teams at the top of the
standings. Two of those teams,
Michigan State and Bowling Green are
right where they are expected to be, but
the third, Ohio State, finds itself in that
position only after pulling a big upset in
a weekend sweep over traditional
powerhouse Michigan Tech.
But the first weekend does not a
season make, as forgetful CCHA fans
could be reminded it was the local
favorite Michigan Wolverines who
opened the season last year with two
upset victories over Tech in Houghton.
The Buckeyes feat took place in the
friendly confines of the aptly-named OSU
Ice Rink by scores of 3-0 and 6-4.
Buckeye goalie John Dougan earned
one-half of this week's CCHA most
valuable player honor as he made 77
saves in the two games. Dave Kobryn
dished out five assists and Paul Pooley
knocked in three goals for the Bucks.
Ohio State now has another challenge
this week as they move on to East
Lansing to tangle with conference
favorite Michigan State.
Michigan State 4-8,
The other half of this week's MVP
combination is another goaltender, All-
American Ron Scott of Michigan State,
who handed Illinois- Chicago Circle con-
secutive shutouts in the Spartans' im-
pressive weekend sweep of the Flames.
On the scoring side of the MSU attack,
Mark Hamway notched three goals to
go along with teammate Kelly Miller's
two goals and two assists.
Val Belmonte, making his coaching
debut for Chicago this year, was left
looking for not only his first CCHA win
but his team's first goal. East Lansing
is noticeably excited about the Spartan
icers as 6,159 packed Munn Ice Arena
pions started fast with two home vic-
tories. The games produced the two
leading scorers in the cnference with
Brian Hills and John Semanski each
collecting seven points. Tom Rudrud
was tops for the Bulldogs, brightening
the red light twice.
Northern Michigan 3-6
The Miami Redskins got off to an un-
defeated start as they produced the
conference's first tie and also the
largest scoring output of the young
season. Greg Lukas and Steve Morris
each scored three goals for the 'Skins
with Morris grabbing a hat trick on
Friday. Eric Ponath countered with
five points for Northern.
Bowling Green 8-9,
Ohio State ..............
Bowling Green ..,.......
Notre Dame ............
Northern Michigan ......
Michigan Tech ..........
Ferris State .............
WMPL Hockey Poll
1. Minnesota (7) ...................92
2. Michigan State (2) ...............81
4. Bowling Green ..................51
5. North Dakota (1) ................46
7. Wisconsin .......................40
8. New Hampshire .................37
9. Harvard ........................19
9. (tie) Ohio State ..................19
CCHA Leading Scorers
GP GIs Assts Pts
1 Brian Hills Bowling Green 2 4 3 7
Ferris State 5-3
Bowling Oreen, Michigan's opponent
this week, had little trouble with Ferris
State as last year's conference cham-
Western Michigan 6-3,
Lake Superior 4-5
Western produced the most exciting
finish of the week Saturday as they
scored twice in the final minute to
provide the winning margin. The
Lakers did manage to escape
Kalamazoo with a victory by taking the
opener, 5-3. Steve Mulholland scored
three times for Superior while Bob
Bailey notched two for the Broncos.
Anyone interested in participating in
the IM Racquetball tournament should
sign up at the IM building before 4:30
MINNESOTA, Oct. 30, 1:00 p.m.
at Bowling Green, Oct. 29, 7:30 p.m.
at Bowling Green Oct. 30, 7:30 p.m.
MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Central Collegiate Championships,
West Lafayette, Oct. 30
TOLEDO, Oct. 26
at Central Michigan, Oct. 27, 4:00 p.m.
OLD DOMINION, Oct. 28, 7:00 p.m.
OLD DOMINION vs. IOWA, Oct. 29,
BSpikers lose again
By LARRY MISHKIN nine and six, respectively.
This Week's Games
MICHIGAN at Bowling Green
Ohio State at Michigan State
Northern Michigan at Notre Dame
Miami at Ferris State
Lake Superior at Illinois-Chicago
Western Michigan at Michigan Tech
The Michigan volleyball team lost
its sixth match in a row by dropping
three straight games to North-
western on Friday in Evanston, 11-
15, 7-15, 6-15.
Despite the lopsidedness of the
score, coach Sandy Vong had some
good things to say about the match.
"IT WAS A well-played match by
both teams," said Vong. "It was
very exciting on both offense and
defense. Very few balls dropped."
Offensively, the Michigan team
had 30 kills with Sue Rogers and
Alison Noble leading the way with
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John Semanski, Bowling
3. Chris Seychel, MICHIGAN
Greg Lukas, Miami ......
Ted Speers, MICHIGAN .
Dave Kobryn, OSU ......
Some good news for the team was
the fine play of Barb Bensing, who
had five kills. The fact that Bensing
even got to play was news in itself.
Bensing, a transfer from Utah, had
been declared ineligible for the year
and previously only practiced with
the team. Her case was
repetitioned, however, and she was
alowed to play in Friday's match.
The loss dropped the Wovlerines
record to 3-7 in the Big Ten and 9-13
overall. Michigan has not won a
match since its victory over
Michigan State on October 6.
CCHA's leading scorer
WITH (NE MOVE.
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EASTERN MICHIGAN, Oct. 29, 7:00 p.m.
at Michigan State, Oct. 29-31.
GRIDDE PICKS *
She was so close. Renee Dubois of
South Forest was as close to perfection
as any of our 354,678 participants have
been this year-or probably any year.
Yes Renee, you are this week's Griddei
winner with an awesome 19-1 record.
Even more impressive is the fact that
this was Ms. Dubois' first Griddes ever.
Try to top that, Gridde fanatics!
Bring this week's picks to the Daily ofr
fices before midnight Friday to have a
shot at a small one-item pizza from Piz-
za Bob's. Include name, address, phone
number, and score of the Michigan
1. Minnesota at MICHIGAN
2. Illinois at Iowa
3. Purdue at Ohio State
4. Northwestern at Wisconsin
5. Michigan State at Indiana
6. Washington at Stanford
7. Alabama at Mississippi State
8. Mississippi at LSU
9. Florida State at Miami (Fla.)
10. Auburn at Florida
11. USC at Arizona State
12. Missouri at Oklahoma State
13. Kansas State at Iowa State
14. Utah at San Diego State
15. Ball State at EMU
16. Hayward State at Humboldt State
17. Howard at Norfolk State.
18. Idaho State at Weber State
19. Shippensburg State at Slippery Rock
20. Golden State Goofers at
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