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1he Michigan Daily Sunday, October 21, 1984 Pagel
By TOM KEANEY .
Who says Michigan can't dominate a
game ottensively? Certainly not the
Ferris State Bulldogs.
The Wolverines scoring attack, led by
center Brad Jones with a hat trick sim-
ply overwhelmed Ferris State last night
at Yost Arena 9-2, completing the two
game sweep over the visiting Bulldogs.
THE FIRST period was all Michigan.
The Wolverines owned the offensive
zone, due to the strong forechecking by
the defensemen, and the forward pep-
pered Bulldog goaltender Norm Young
as Michigan carried a 4-0 lead into the
"I thought the whole game was
played in the first period," said head
coach Red Berenson. "I knew we would
have to play well in the first tonight
because of the way they started so
strong last night."-.
The scoring began at just 2:50 of the
first when left wing Paul Spring picked
up a stray pass in the right slot and
punched it through Young's legs.
BUT MICHIGAN didn't let up. At 4:02
left wing Tom Stiles brought the puck in
on a 2-1 break, drew Young out of the
net, and fed a beautiful pass to a
streaking Brad Jones who had no
trouble blasting it into the open net for
his first of the night.
Michigan added a power-play goal by
Chris Seychel with 7:00 left, and John
Bjorkman fattened the Wolverine' lead.
to 4-0 putting a Ray Dries rebound over
the sprawling Young..
At this point Michigan was at its
season's best, and the Maize and Blue
faithful couldn't have been happier.
THERE WAS no letting up, as the
Wolverines came out just as strong in
the second period.
At :47 Stiles and Jones again hooked
up for a goal as the junior from St. Paul
left Jones with a slick drop pass and
the 6-1 sophomore kranked slap-shot
past the flat-footed Young for Jones'
Ferris State senior Brad Hildestad
finally put the Bulldogs on the board,
capitalizing on a defensive lapse with a
short handed goal at 3:50, but Michigan
behind the strong goaltending of senior
Jon Elliott was never in any danger.
JONES COMPLETED the hat trick
at 16:06 with yet another 2-1 feed from
playmaker Tom Stiles, and the rest was
Michigan finished out the scoring
with goals by Frank Downing, John
Bjorkman (his first) and a blistering
slap-shot goal by Pat Goff from the left
point, but the outcome had long been
Michigan had better skating and was
hungry around the net," said Ferris
State coach Dick Bertrand. "If they
play this way in this rink the rest of the
season, they'll be unbeatable."
Credit Elliott for a fine game in goal
and the entire Michigan defense which
denied the Bulldogs any decent shots on
The offense, however was the real
show last night, putting intense
pressure on Young all night despite the
droves of penalties called against the
Chris Seychel was slapped with a ten-
minute misconduct in the second stanza
in a fight that sent Bulldog defenseman
Jody Hennigar to the showers with a
game misconduct. The second period
alone saw 15 penalties including the two
Michigan goes up against conference
rival Bowling Green this Friday at Yost
and will travel to Bowling Green on
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Scoring:M-Spring (Kobylarz, Carlile) 2:50; 2.
M-Jones (Stiles) 4:08; 3. M-Seychel (Downing,
Carlile) 13:00: 4. M-Bjorkman (Dries, Lockwood)
Penalties: M-Jones (crosschecking) 4:32;
M-Kobylarz (highsticking) 6:05; FSU-Seaver
(holding) 6:30; FSU-Hildestad (crosschecking)
11:03; M-Bjorkman (roughing) 14:50.
Scoring:M-Jones (Stiles) :47; FSU-Hildestad
(Craig) 3:10; M-Jones (Stiles) 16:06; FSU-Seaver
(Caya) 16:53; M-Downing (McNab) 17:14.
Penalties: FSU-Sparago (high sticking) 2:57;
M-Spring (roughing) 5:28; FSU-Sparago
(roughing) 5:28; FSU-Wendt (holding) 7:01;
*M-Jones (roughing) 8:09; FSU-Schluter
(roughing) 8:09; M-Seychel (roughing and ten min-
ute misconduct) 10:29; FSU-Hennigar (roughing
and game misconduct) 10:29; FSU-Wendt (inter-
ference) 11:52; M-Carlile (tripping) 12:17; M-Nor-
ton (roughing) 13:22; M-Neff (high sticking) 16:20;
M-Kobylarz (roughing) 18:06.
Scoring: M-Bjorkman (Lorden, Lockwood) 1:26;
M-P. Goff (Kobyiarz) 14:28.
Penalties: FSU-Caya (interference) 7:44;
M-Stiles (hooking) 8:36; FSU-Podger (high
sticking) 2:24; FSU-Lowden (holding) 15:57;
M-Bjorkman (tripping) 16:59.
Michigan forward John Bjorkman shoots through Bulldog defenseman Brad
Hildestad to score the Wolverines' fourth and final goal of the first period, in
last night's action at Yost Arena.
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Gophers pound Wolverines, 3-2
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Despite Friday night's thrashing at
the hands of Wisconsin, Michigan's
women's volleyball coach Barb Can-
ning elected not to change her strategy
going into last night's game against
Minnesota at the CCRB. But it made no
difference anyway with Michigan
falling to the Gophers, 3-2. .
"We are going to stick with the same
lineup basically," said the, first-year
coach. "We're using two setters, (An-
drea Williams and Lisa Vahi) rather
than one as we had been previously."
'CANNING'S strategy appeared to
:a off as the Wolverines utilized
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,apd excellent front-line blocking to stall
tie Gopher attack enroute to a convin-
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i~chigan had a fierce battle in the
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-*om a'disorganized Wolverine squad.
The spikers made numerous fundamen-
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-drew as close as 12-9. Minnesota
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SIn game four, Minnesota's balanced,
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:tempt that fell short when a missed
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-the wind out of its sails, allowing Min-
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The Gophers rapped up the match
4ith a 15-13 win in a hard-fought fifth
game. Canning said that her young
team suffered from drastic momentum
Changes. Said Canning, "We can't
change the momentum ourselves.
When we falter, it really snowballs."
Linksters in fourth
A field of seven teams compete today
in the final round of the Lady Wolverine
Invitational starting at 10:15 a.m. at the
university golf course. Coach Sue
LeClair fields two teams in the tour-
The Blue team, consisting of the
members of the traveling squad, and
Iowa 26, Michigan 0
o to State 23, Michigan State 20
Wisconsin 20, Indiana 16
Illinois 34, Purdue 20
$*th Carolina 36, Notre Dame 32
h4)ssouri 61, Kansas State 21
North Carolina 28, North Carolina State 21
Clemson 54, Duke 21
Penn State 21, Syracuse 3
Georgia 62, Vanderbilt 35
Miami (Fla.) 27, Pittsburgh 7
S(uthern Mississippi 13, Mississippi 10
the Maize team, go up against teams
from Bowling Green, Michigan State,
Purdue, and two squads from Ferris
Michigan State leads following
yesterday's action with a 328 score.
Bowling Green and Purdue trail the
Spartans with marks of 339 and 345
respectively. The Wolverine Blue team
is fourth at 351.,
Sandy Barron and Missy Bauer each
had an 87 to lead Michigan scorers.
"The scores were high today, but I ex-
pected it because our course is tougher
than other schools'," Coach LeClair
said. "The course played long and the
teams had trouble on the greens."
Harriers fish second
A strong overall team performance
led the Michigan men's cross country
squad to a second place finish in the
Central Collegiates meet in Milwaukee.
Five Wolverines placed within 40
seconds of one another and according to
Head Coach Ron Warhurst, "that's a
very good sign."
Michigan's 95 points put them well
behind Ohio University's 60, but it was
good enough to place them well ahead
of Big Ten rival Northwestern, once'
touted as one of the nation's top 20
teams. "They (Northwestern) were
ranked 17th and we were really happy
to beat them, but they were overrated,"
Dave Meyer was the top Michigan
finisher placing seventh with a 25:16
time. Chris Brewster followed in 11th
place. Rounding out the Wolverine
pack were Bill Brady (17th), Bob Van-
denberg (23rd), and Jim Schmidt (37th).
The performance prepared the team
for next week's Big Ten Championships
at Purdue. Warhurst was obviously
pleased with the effort. "We looked a
little tired, but overall I'm really hap-
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