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SPORTS
Sunday, November 7, 1982

;The Michigan Doily

Page 7

State sweeps icers

with 4-3 win

Harriers place high
in B g Ten meet
Special to the Daily "And Diemer was nipped out

By JOE CHAPELLE
Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING- Top-ranked
Michigan State poured in two goals in-
side 40 seconds to take the lead in the
Wthird period and handed the Wolverines
their fourth straight loss last night, 4-3,
before a record crowd of 6,793.
However, the scoring summary does
not tell the entire story, as Michigan
goalie John Elliot staved off a fierce
Spartan offensive attack throughout the
contest.
"ELLIOT played well," said
Michigan coach John Giordano. "I
think he recaptured his old forma He
made some great saves."
The Wolverines played tough hockey
in the first period, jumping out to a sur-
prising 2-0 lead and hinding the Spar-
tans their first scoreless period of the
Season.
Don Krussman put Michigan on the
board at the 6:30 mark with the first
goal of the night. The senior left wing
took a Kelly McCrimmon pass from
behind the net and slammed the puck
into the left corner of the net, past MSU
goalie Ron Scott.
FRESHMAN Bill Braurer garnered
the first goal of his college career and
Michigan's second of the game at 8:59.
Braurer took a pass from teammate
Brad Tippett and fired it into the top of
the net from the top of the right faceoff
circle.

The Spartans got on the board at the
4:14 mark of the second period when
senior forward Mark Hamway's shot
from the inside edge of the Wolverines
left circle richocheted off the right post
and bounced into the cage. Hamway's
goal came after Michigan killed two
penalties and played with two men
short for 45 seconds.
Michigan's Elliot had 32 saves com-
pared to Scott's seven at the end of the
period. Elliot had already stopped 10
Spartan shots before Scott had his first
save of the stanza at the 9:20 mark.
MICHIGAN State, after missing
numerous opportunities throughout the
first two periods, took the lead just one
minute into the third. With both teams
playing one man short, the Spartans
shocked the Wolverines by pouring in
two goals within 40 seconds. The first
MSU goal came just 20 seconds into the
period when Dale Krempz flipped the
puck past Elliot. Junior, Newell Brown
scored the go-ahead goal for the Spar-
tans on a breakaway when he took a
pass from Dan McFall at center ice and
brought the puck in one on one against
Elliot making the score 3-2. Kelly
Miller added one more for MSU at
10:25.
The Wolverines pulled within one at
the 13:26 mark when Tom Stiles fired a

Dave McIntyre rebound past Scott, but
it was not enough.
"We didn't play that well" said Giar-
dano. "We're still a couple weeks
behind. We still need to jell. We played
hard but I'm not pleased with our overall
performance. Those first two goals in
the third period killed us.'
Michigan's Elliot was named first
star of the game due to his performance
in the net. Giardano indicated that
Elliot would be the Wolverines' starting
goalie for now. Elliot will no longer
share the net minding duties with
Chiamp.
The win was the Spartan's eighth in a
row, boosting their record to 8-0.
Michigan fellto 3-5 on the season, 1-5 in
the CCHA.

Four in a row
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1_ M-Krussman(McCrimmon, Stiles)
6:30; 2. M-Brauer (Tippet, Downing) 8:59.
Penalties: Goff (hooking) 19:51.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 1. MSU-Hamway (McFall) 4:14.
Penalties: M-Tippet (slashing) 1:06; MSU-Taylor
(slashing) 16:04; MSU-Phair (slashing) 20:00; M-
Tippet (slashing) 20:00.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 2. MSU-Krentz (Leiter) :20; 3. MSU-
Brown (McFall, Scott) 1:00; 4. MSU-Miller (Eisly,
Martin) 10:25; 3. M-Stiles (Krussman, McIntyre)
13:26.
Penalties: MSU-Smyl (interference) 5:44.
SAVES
1 23 T
M-Elliot ..........................14 18 18 3 50
MSU-Scott .........................4 3 10 - 17
GOALS BY PERIOD

of

IOWA CITY - Michigan was well
represented at the Big Ten cross-
country championships yesterday,
as the men's team finished second
and the women's team captured
third.
The men's team finished with a
score of 62, second to defending
champion Wisconsin's 29. Iowa won
the women's championship with a
score of 70, 10 better than the
Wolverines.
BRIAN Diemer and Gerard
Donkowski finished third and fourth
respectively for the men. Diemer,
with a time of 24:22 for the 8,000
meter course, missed winning the
race by only two seconds. Indiana's
Jim Spivey and Wisconsin's Scott
Jenkins edged him out in an exciting
finish.
"Diemer and Donkowski were in
the top five all the way," said
Michigan coach Ron Warhurst.

second place at the end."
Lisa Larsen and Melanie Weaver
paced the women's teams as Larsen
finished second and Weaver took fif-.
th. Larsen finished eight-seconds
behind first-place finisher Kathy
Brata of Wisconsin at 17:33 for 5,000
meters.

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MICHIGAN ...........................,2 0
Michigan State ........................0 1

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women netters
lose only fall match

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By JIM DWORMAN
It's not often that a Michigan athletic
team finishes a season winless.
But the women's tennis team
managed the feat yesterday by losing
its one match of the fall season, 5-4, to
the highly-regarded Indiana Hoosiers
at the Huron Valley Tennis Club. In-
diana is the defending Big Ten cham-
pion.
BESIDES yesterday's match, the
team's season consisted of a tour-
nament last weekend at Michigan
State.
In contrast, the match was the six-
teenth of the fall for the Hoosiers, and
Michigan coach Ollie Owens believes
the additional competition gave In-
diana the edge.
"They were better and more relaxed
under pressure," said Owens of the
Hoosiers. "A lot of it had ,to do with
them playing so much more than we
have."
NONETHELESS, the Wolverines'
performance pleased Owens. "You're
never really happy losing but I'm happy
with the way we played. It's tough
losing 5-4 when we were so close."
Very close.
The match boiled down to the final
sets of the last two doubles positions
with the Hoosiers, who were holding a 4-
3 lead, needing to take one set for the
victory. And they got what they needed
when Jenny Snyder and Tracy Hoffman
finished a 6-2, 5-7, 6-1 win over
Michigan's Mary MacTaggart and
Jane Silfen.

THE WOLVERINES' Juliet Naft and
Paula Reichert bested Indiana's Anne
Hutchens and Courtney Gebhart, 6-3, 5-
7, 7-6 to bring the team score to its final
margin, 5-4.
Michigan winners in the singles com-
petition included Silfen, Reichert and
Stephanie Lightvoet.
The Wolverines spring season begins
February 10 with the Big Ten Indoor
Tournament.
Spikers Iose
The Michigan volleyball team closed
out its home season by losing to
Wisconsin, 8-15, 15-7, 4-15, 14-16. The
Wolverines were plagued by mis-serves
and bad returns.
Michigan coach Sandy Vong said the
Wolverines never adjusted to the game.
"Against Wisconsin you need to keep
the ball in play and we didn't do that,"
he commented.
Michigan is now 3-8 in the Big Ten, 10-
16 overall.
SCORES
College Football
Georgia 44, Florida 0
Clemson 16, North Carolina 13
Maryland 18, Miami (Fla.) 17
West Virginia 20,.Temple 17
SMU 41, Rice 14
LSU 20, Alabama 10
Navy 20, Syracuse 18
Harvard 24, Holy Cross 17
Oklahoma 24, Kansas St. 24

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