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Women's Field Hockey
vs. Ohio Stage
10:00 a.m. today at Ferry Field
he Michigan Daily

SPORTS

Women's Volleyball
vs. Central Michigan
7:00 p.m. Tuesday at CCRB

Sunday, October 30, 1983

Page 7

Icers down

Miami in series

By JOE EWING
It was a case of too much and too little
last night at Yost Ice Arena as the
Michigan hockey team dumped Miami
of Ohio, 6-3, to sweep the weekend
series with the Redskins.
The too much was the Wolverine's of-
fense, which was led by Chris
Seychel's two goals and one assist and
senior co-captain Jim McCauley's three
assists, and which dominated play
throughout most of the game.
THE TOO LITTLE was the third
period comeback attempt by Miami,
who took advantage of two Wolverine
penalties and scored a pair of power-
play goals in the final stanza. On Friday
night, Miami had staged a similar ef-
fort and managed to tie the game with
three third-period goals before the
Wolverines went on to win 4-3 in over-
time.
Most of the Wolverines third-period
problems on both nights came from
giving Miami the power-play advan-
tage too many times. But Michigan
head coach John Giordano didn't put
the majority of the blame for the
penalties on his Wolverines.
"I'm disappointed with the
refereeing," said Giordano, who wat-
ched his team raise its overall record to
3-4. "I didn't think it was very good
because it wasn't going two-way. I don't
mind getting penalties if they call them
the same way for both teams, but I
don't think they were calling it the
same way for both teams."
THE WOLVERINES struck as soon
as the game began, and never really

had to look back as Seychel picked up a
loose puck in front of the Redskin and
fired it past sprawling Miami goalie
Alain Chevrier just 16 seconds into the
game. Ray Dries and John DeMartino
assisted on the play.
The Wolverines then added their 10th
power-play goal of the season at 12:13,
when co-captain Kelly McCrimmon
grabbed his own rebound in front of the
goal and caught Chevrier out of
position. McCauley got credit for the
assist.
Double
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-Seychel (Dries, DeMartino) :16; 2.
M-McCrimmon (McCauley) 13:45.
Penalties: Miami-Wheeldon (interference) 3:00;
M-Bjorkman (roughing) 9:35; Miami-Moore
(slashing) 12:13.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 3. M-Seychel (McCauley, Carlile) :12;:1.
Miami-Lynes (Easdale) 6:05; 4. M-Downing
(unassisted) 6:11; 5. M-Dries (Seychel, McCauley)
18:24.

Michigan came out ev
the second period as Mc(
pass from defensemen
and set up Seychel for his
the night just 12 seconds it
It was Seychel's fifth goal
giving him the team goals
MIAMI FINALLY ;
scoreboard at 5:58 whi
Shawn Lynes took a perf
Bill Easdale and fired t
Michigan goalie Mark
shoulder.
scalping
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 6. M - Jones (Carlile
Miami-Channell (Ciotti, Whe
Miami-Lukas (McMillan, Martin
Penalties: Miami-Bench
Miami-Lynes (high-sticking)
(high-sticking) :12; M-Hudas
M-Carlile (cross-checking) 9:5
(hooking) 12:09; M-Jones (slashir
Scoring by Periods

sweep
en quicker in The Wolverines added an unassisted
Cauley took a goal just 13 seconds later from Frank
Todd Carlile Downing and then went up 5-1 at 18:24
second goal of when Dries banged one home from
nto the stanza. Seychel and McCauley.
of the season, Freshman Brad Jones scored the
scoring lead. Wolverines' only third-period goal
got on the when he picked up the rebound of a
en co-captain Carlile wrist shot and beat Miami
ect pass from reserve goaltender Tim Hall, who had
he puck over replaced Chevrier in the second period.
Chiamp's left Carlile did most of the work on the goal,
rushing the puck into the Redskin
zone and taking the first shot.
Miami got it's power play goals from
Todd Channell at 8:13 and Greg Lukas
e. Spring) 6:47; 2. at 11:43.
eeldon) 8:13; 3. "I'm pretty pleased with the way
ec) 11:43. we've been playing so far," said Gior-
(delay) 0:00; dano.
:12; M-Carlile
(hooking) 7:10;
;7 M i

P-; M181-Lyn
n ),
ng) 15:14.

nes

Penalties: M-Spring (roughing) 7:17; p12 3
Miami-Beirnes (high-sticking) 11:56; M-Hudas MICHIGAN ................... 2 3 1 -6
(high-sticking) 11:56; Miami-Lees (interference) Miami......................... 0 1 2 -3
14:50; M-Bjorkman (high-sticking) 19:50.

Daily Photo by DEBORAH LEWIS
Wolverine Kelly McCrimmon takes a stick in the head but keeps on digging
for the puck in yesterday's 6-3 victory over Miami of Ohio.

Terps top Tar Heels, 28-26

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) -
oomer Esiason threw two touchdown
asses in the third quarter as 13th-
anked Maryland upset unbeaten and
hird-ranked North Carolina 28-26
esterday, thwarting a two-point con-
ersion attempt by the Tar Heels with
2 seconds left.
North Carolina, 7-1, drove 90 yards
or the final score on a one-yard dive by
yrone Anthony. But a pass from Scott
tankavage, under heavy pressure
rom J.D. Gross, went off Anthony's
ands.
The victory, accomplished before six
or t esgave Maryland a
-1 record and enabled the Terps to
reak a tie with North Carolina for the
tlantic Coast Conference lead with a 4-
CLA 27, Washington 24
PASADENA. Calif. (AP) - Quarter-
ack Rick Neuheisel completed his last
7 passes and Frank Cephous ran for a
air of fourth-quarter touchdowns
esterday as UCLA took over first
lace in the Pacific-10Conference foot-
all race with a 27-24 upset victory over
Ith-ranked Washington.
Cephous scored the winning touch-
twn on a 5-yard run with 1:55
emaining as the defending Rose Bowl
hampion Bruins raised their Pac-10
ecord to 4-0-1 and their overall mark to
-3-1 with their fourth straight victory.
Vashington fell to 3-1 in league play and
-2 overall.
Neuheisel, who completed 25 of his 27
asses for 287 yards in 10 plays for the
vinning score. Washington had gone
thead 24-20 on a 1-yard run by Walt
nt with 5:55 left to play.
uburn 28, Florida 21
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Bo Jackson
aced 55 and 80 yards for touchdowns,
be second after a controversial tur-
iover, as fourth-ranked Auburn
[owned No. 5 Florida 28-21 in a
outheastern Conference showdown
esterday.
The victory lifted the Tigers into a

first-place deadlock with No. 6 Georgia
in the SEC title chase, each with 4-0
records, and knocked Florida into a
runnerup position at 3-1 in the first of
three "consecutive weeks of head-to
head battles involving the trio of
nationally ranked powers.
Jackson's 80-yard scoring run came
with 8:20 left in the third quarter and
gave the Tigers a 28-7 lead.
Miami 20, West Virginia 3
MIAMI (AP) - Bernie Kosar threw
for 211 yards and a pair of touchdowns
and Jeff Davis booted two field goals
yesterday as No. 7 Miami-downed 12th-i
ranked West Virginia 20-3 in the-
Hurricanes' homecoming college foot-
ball game.
Miami's defense delighted an Orange
Bowl crowd estimated at 62,500 by
holding the visitors to only 4 yards on 27
rushing plays.

Boston Colle-ge 27, Penn St 17
FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) - Doug
Flutie threw for 380 yards and two
touchdowns and Kevin Snow iced the
victory with his second field goal
yesterday as Boston College downed
Penn State 27-17 in a battle of Eastern
football powers.
Boston College, tied for 19th in the
national rankings, came back from a
two-week layoff to boost its record to 6-1
. Unranked Penn State had its five-
game winning streak broken and fell to
5-4.
Nebroskq 51,_Kansas_8S. .25
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - Mike
Rozier's three touchdowns staked
Nebraska to a 38-5 halftime lead, then
plucky Kansas State scored three unan-
swered touchdowns in the second half
yesterday before the No. 1 Cornhuskers
subdued the Wildcats 51-25

Manno leads-Red wings
to 4-3 overtime triumph

By JIM DAVIS
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - Bob Manno, an off-
season free agent acquisition, collected
his first two goals as a Red Wing, in-
cluding the game-winner in overtime,
to give Detroit a 4-3 victory over
Quebec last night at Joe Louis Arena.
"I don't think I've scored two impor-
tant goals ever," said Manno, who was*
signed as a defensemen but has been
playing left wing.
JUST AFTER the opening face-off of
the sudden-death period, John Barrett
fed a wide-open Manno in front of the
Quebec goal. Manno, all alone with
plenty of time, puckhandled and then
backhanded a shot past Dan Bouchard
to give the Wings their fourth straight
victory, the last two of which were in
overtime.
"I knew I was all alone because I was

the first one down forechecking," Man-
no said. "I just took my time and took a
backhander and in it went. I had so
much time I thought I was in a parking
lot."
The Wings had taken a 3-1 lead into the
third period, but goals by Michel Goulet
and Louis Sleither knotted the game up
and sent it into overtime. It took Manno
only 21 seconds to decide it.
Anton Stastny gave Quebec a 1-0
lead in the first period on a power-play
goal. Red Wings' rookie Steve Yzerman
tied it as he redirected a Brad Park
slapshot at 7:51.
Twenty-four seconds later, Manno
banged in a Dwight Foster feed from
the side of the net to make it 2-1. Later
in the period, Ron Duguay made a per-
fect pass to Kelly Kisio in the slot, who
converted to make it 3-1.

SCORES NHL

College Football
(llinois 16, MICHIGAN 6
Ohio State 45, Wisconsin 27
Michigan State 34, Minnesota 10
urdue 48, Northwestern 17
Iowa 49, Indiana 3
Notre Dame 28, Navy 12
Georgia 31, Temple 14
Texas 20, Texas Tech 3
ttsburgh 13, Syracuse 10
.nnessee 7, Rutgers 0
Auburn 28, Florida 21
SMU 10, Texas A&M 7
'ebraska 51, Kansas St. 25
klahoma 45, Kansas 14
1lippery Rock 24, Shippensburg St. 23
ilabama 35, Mississippi St. 18
Vissouri 41, Iowa St. 18
mall State 33, Eastern Michigan 20
louston 28, Texas Christian 21
4estern Mihihgan 16, Ohio U. 14
lowling Green 15, Central Michigan 14
JCLA 27. Washington 24

Brigham Young 38, Utah State 34
Baylor 24, Tulane 18
Northern Michigan 45, Northern Iowa 26
Air Force 41, Army 20
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485-0240

Detroit 4, Quebec 3
NBA
Houston 106, San Antonio 100
New York,.100, Washington 97

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