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Field Hockey
vs. Kent State
Saturday, 11:00 a.m.
Ferry Field

SPORTS

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Friday, September 28, 1984

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Consistency will key
S ikers against IU

NEW COACH READY FOR BIG TEN CHALLEN

Confident Collins to lead

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Volleyball
vs. Indiana
Tonight, 7:00 p.m.
CRB Gymnasium
Pagel
*GE
stickers
is played.
ALTHOUGH the Wolverines were
defeated in all three of their contests,
Collins still thought that the team g-
nered some much needed experience.,"
"We learned a lot out east," she said.
"It really gave the girls something-to
shoot for."
Their newly acquired experience
could pay off this weekend when thWy
meet Kent State Saturday morning at
11:00 a.m. and then do battle with
Michigan State on Sunday at 12:0.
Michigan State and Kent State open
play today at 4:00. All games will be
played in the indoor football building.:'

By ADAM MARTIN
There'll be a collective search for
consistency this weekend at the Cen-
tral Campus Recreation Building.
.No, Leonard Nimoy won't be
leading the quest, but the women's
volleyball team will be, as rookie
coach Barb Canning's club hosts In-
diana (4-7) tonight and Ohio State (5-
5) tomorrow night in two matches
that promise to be tests of consisten-
cy for all teams involved.
DESPITE handily disposing of
Bowling Green last Tuesday night,
the Wolverines succumbed to their
first Big Ten opponent - Purdue -
last Saturday and would like to avoid
a repeat of that party.
"It's going to be tougher on us this
weekend," said Canning. "Indiana
and Ohio State aren't going to let us
get away with certain things, but
we'll be happy with a split."
Canning stressed that her club
lacks, consistency early in the
season, so there'll be more than just
a win on the agenda.
AND THAT seems to be the
general attitude in Bloomington and
Columbus.

Hoosier head coach Doug West
will be looking for several things
when he arrives in Ann Arbor. "Con-
sistency is the key," said West, "we
want to get better with each match.
We've got a lot of young kids, so we
need to gain some maturity."
Those younguns mciune tresnman
twin sisters Karen and Patty
Dunham, two of the four freshmen
on a fairly inexperienced Indiana
team.
"OUR PLAYERS have played a
lot of high-level volleyball," West
added, "but we have to be consistent
playing together and working as a
unit. And Michigan is always
strong.".
Jim Stone, head, coach at Ohio
State, echoed West's sentiments.
"We haven't been the most con-
sistent team of late," he said. "At
times, we've played well, at times
we've struggled, but we've got to
concentrate on our side of the net
and iron things out."
One of these teams, Michigan in-
cluded, is bound to find what it's
looking for this weekend.
- I.W- ££

by JOE DEVYAK
When you meet new head field hockey
coach Karen Collins for the first time, a
sense of confidence and control
emanates from her presence. These
qualities make it evident that Don
Canham made the right choice in hiring
her.
Collins was "thrilled" when she was
named the new coach, but she hopes
that a bigger accomplishment lies
ahead. She said that "seeing this team
become a Big Ten power" would be the
biggest thrill of all. Her team could take
a step in the right direction by winning
their two games this weekend with
Kent State and Michigan State.
Collins brings a great deal of ex-
perience to the program. She played
college field hockey for Southern Con-
necticut State College and club hockey
for the Northeast Regional field hockey
club.
AFTER A one-year stint as
Michigan's assistant coach, she was
named head coach last March
replacing Candy Zientek, who resigned
in order to pursue coaching and a
degree program in England.
While in college, Collins acquired the
nickname K.C. "There were
seven Karens on my college team," she
explained, "so we all had to go by our
initials."
To all of her players and friends, she
is known simply as K.C. "I sometimes
wonder if the girls (on the team) know
that I have a first name," she said
jokingly.
Assisting her this year is Andrea
Wickerham. Wickerham played college

'In the past, the girls
did what they had to in
order togetby.'
-field hockey coach
Karen Collins

hockey for Ursinus College, a powerful
eastern team. Before coming to
Michigan, she was an assistant coach at
Iowa for two seasons. Collins says that
the two of them work well together
largely because they share similar field
hockey philosophies.
ONE OF the first problems Collins
faced when she took over the reigns of
the program was that many of
Michigan's players were plagued with
injuries. To combat this, she
established a weight conditioning
program.
"In the past, the girls did what they
had to in order to get by," said Collins
of their training program. Now, though,
you won't hear many complaints about
conditioning. "The better teams are
more physical," observed goalie Jonn-
ie Terry. "The weight training will help
us to be a more physical team."
Another problem was the team's
basic field hockey skills. Early prac-
tices and new drills helped to remedy

this; and to further aid the program,
Collins pushed for an east coach road
trip, where the best college field hockey

Heatiwote hospitalized

Daily Photo by STU WEIDENBACH
Sophomore Lana Ramthun smashes one over for Michigan in it's victory
over Bowling Green last Tuesday night. The Wolverines host Indiana tonight
at 7:00 p.m. at the CCRB.

EAST LANSING (AP) - Jud Heath-
cote, Michigan State basketball coach,
was hosplitalized yesterday after suf-
fering a heart attack while working at
Jenison Field House on campus, a
university spokesman said.
Dr. David Hough, director of sports
medicine at the university, described
Heathcote's condition as stable.
Heathcote, 57, was taken to St.
Lawrence Hospital in Lansing after
complaining of chest pains. He had no
previous problem of heart condition.
Heathcote became the Michigan
State coach in April 1976 after five
seasons as coach at the University of
Montana.
7. Clemson at Georgia Tech
8. Texas at Penn St.
9. UCLA at Colorado
10. Miami (Ohio) at Washington
11. Kansas St. at Oklahoma
12. Oklahoma St. at Tulsa
13. TCU at SMU
14. Temple at Florida St.
15. LSU at USC
16 West Virginia at Pittsburgh
17. Tennessee at Auburn
18. Georgia at So. Carolina
19. Colgate at Cornell
20. Indiana Hosers at DAILY LIBELS

The attack came one day before a key
player, Scott Skiles was to face a pre-
trial conference on drug charges in In-
diana.
Skiles, a guard, was arrested for
possession of marijuana and cocaine.
Heathcote began his coaching career
at West Valley High School in spokane,
Wash. and coached at Montana from
1972-1976 before coming to Michigan
State. Michigan State, led by Magic
Johnson, won the NCAA championship
in 1979.

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