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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 9, 1985 - Page 9

Icers ride rollercoaster

By CHRIS GERBASI
-Do you believe in miracles?
Well, it wasn't the USA Olympic
hpckey team beating the USSR at Lake
lacid, but Michigan did score an im-
kessive 5-4victory over the Russian
Spartak club Sunday night.
WHILE THERE were no chants of
WIYSA!, UISIAI, a few choruses of
"Hail to the Victors!" were heard in the
Wolverines' lockerroom after Joe
bockwood scored a breakaway goal
with just 25 seconds left in the game to
Meat Spartak.
Lockwood, a freshman from Milford,
jicked up a loose puck at his own blue
line and found himself skating in all
alone on goalie Sergei Goloshumov.
-"I was nervous," said Lockwood. "I
,eard everything get quiet. I just went
b and did what I could do."
: LOCKWOOD SKATED in, feigned to his
eft and sailed a shot past Goloshumov.
tom point blank range as the crowd of
4,269 erupted at Yost Ice Arena.
"That was definitely the biggest goal
Zve ever scored," said Lockwood.
The loss was Spartak's first in seven
'ames on its current U.S. tour. The win
for Michigan was even more surprising
=Oonsidering it was coming of f a
1iiserable two-game trip to Ferris
"$tate. The Wolverines blew a 7-2 third
period lead and lost 9-7 last Friday
before being shutout 9-0 on Saturday.

"WE JUST went through a devastating
weekend," said coach Red Berenson af-
ter Sunday's game. "Yesterday, I
wouldn't have taken a million-to-one
odds we would've won this game."
But Michigan did win, thanks to some
outstanding goaltending by Mark
Chiamp. Chiamp, bouncing back after a
9-7 loss to Ferris, turned away 29 shots,
including 17 in the secondperiod. The
senior stymied numerous two-on-one a
and three-on-one breaks by the
Russians.
"Chiamp came up with a good ef-
fort," said Berenson. "They scored six
straight goals on him in his last game

and you don't know how he's going to
play coming into the game. But
anytime you play foreign competition,
there's a certain emotion that brings
out a little extra. They're (the players)
more excited now than they've been all
year after any game."
THE WOLVERINES had an earlier taste
of international competition, defeatimg
the Japanese national team, 6-4 on New
Year's Eve. Freshman Tim Makris
notched the victory in the nets behind
two goals by right wing Tom Stiles.
Stiles also paced the scoring attack in
a 12-5 romp over Bowling Green in the
consolation game of the Great Lakes
Invitational tournament. Stiles scored
a hat trick as just about every
Wolverine got in on the fun, including
center Brad Jones, who returned to ac-
tion after a three-week layoff. Jones
came back after a knee injury and has
scored two goals and three assists in
four games since his return.
Michigan lost the opening game of the
tournament to Michigan Tech, 4-3, its
sixth one-goal loss of the season. Senior
Paul Kobylarz scored twice and his
three goals in the tourney earned him a
spot on the All-Tournament team.
Kobylarz was the only non-Michigan
State player named to the team as the
Spartans coasted to their third straight
GLI title.
BOWLING Green will seek revenge this

weekend in a home-and-home series
with the Wolverines. After the Ferris
State debacle, Michigan finds itself in
eighth place in the CCHA. Only Miami,
which split a series with the Wolverines
in mid-December, trails in the stan-
dings.
However, Berenson and his players
hope that the victory over Spartak will
give the team a lift the rest of the year.
"We had a tough series with Ferris
and we knew we had to come out and
prove ourselves again," said Lock-
wood. "Everybody was workinghard
and this shows what we can do when we
work hard."

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Kobylarz
... named to all-GLI team

Lockwood
... stings the Russians

CCHvA Standns
(Overall) W L T s

Mich. State (20-3).
Lake Superior (13-11) ..
Bowling Green (11-13) .
III.-Chicago (11-14) ....
Ferris State (9-14-1) ...
W. Michigan (11-12-1) ..
Ohio State (10-11-2) ....
MICHIGAN (9-14-1) ....
Miami (9-13-5) .........

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6. Harvard (8-1-2) ..................47
7. North Dakota (14-9-1) ............31
8. Clarkson (12-2-2) .................23
9. North. Michigan (15-9) ...........22
10. Lake Superior State (13-11) ......15
CCHA Leaders

W. Colins, BGSU.. 5 19
M. CHIAMP, MICH. 11 44
R. Exelby, LSSC ... 16 54
R. Hughston, FSU ' 17 66

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WMPL Hockey
Poll
(tecord) Pts.
1. Michigan State (20-3).............96
2. Minnesota (17-4-2) ...............83
S.Minn.-Duluth (185-1)...........76
4. Boston College (14-5) .............74
5. RPI (12-2) .......................68

Scoring
GP
Ray Staszak, UIC.......... 20
Craig Simpson, MSU....... 20
Colin Chin, UIC ............ 18
Peter Lowden, FSU........ 20
Jamie Wansborough, BGSU 20
Tom Anastos, MSU........ 20
Darcy Gryba, OSU ......... 20
Allan Butler, LSSC.........20
Mike Rucinski, UIC........ 20
George Roll, BGSU ........ 20
Dan Dorian, WMU......... 18
Goaltending
GP GA AVG
B. Essen"a, MSU .. 10 18 1.87
N. Foster, MSU.... 11 30 2.85
G. Kruzich, BGSU . 16 52 3.41
G. Healy, WMU .... 16 56 3.50

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FRIDAY'S RESULTS
Ferris State 9, MICHIGAN 7
Lake Superior 4, Bowling Green 3 (OT)
Illinois-Chicago 5, Ohio State2
Mich. State 4, Western Michigan 3(OT)
Miami. 9, Waterloo 1
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Ferris State 9, MICHIGAN 0
Bowling Green 9, Lake Superior 1
Illinois-Chicago 4, Ohio State 3 (OT)
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
MICHIGAN 5, Spartak 4 (exhib.)
MichiganState7, Western Michigan 3
MONDAY'S RESULTS
Spartak 9, Bowling Green 4 (exhib.)
FRIDAY'S-SATURDAY'S GAMES
Bowling Green (F) vs. MICHIGAN (5)
Miami at Michigan State
Illinois-Chicago at Western Michigan
Ohio State at Lake Superior
Alaska-Fairbanks at Ferris State

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By ADAM OCHLIS
U The holiday season did not interfere
with the Michigan wrestling team's
success as coach Dale Bahr and his
squad continue to prove that their
eighth-place ranking in the collegiate
polls is no fluke.
Over the past two weeks, the
Wolverines placed ninth at the
Midland's Tournament in Evanston,
Illinois and compiled a 2-1 record in
dual meets.
BAHR BELIEVES that this is the finest
team he has coached at Michigan,
saying, "We're ranked eighth in the
AP Top Twenty
1. Georgetown (63) ...13-0 1279
2. Duke (1) ...........10-0 1214
3. St. John's ..........10-1 1101
4. So. Methodist.......11-1 1049
5. North Carolina ......10-1 987
6. Memphis St...........9-1 937
7. Syracuse .............8-1 740
8. Oklahoma ...........10-3 632
9. Georgia Tech ........10-2 625
10.Kansas .............10-2 613
11. Indiana ..............9-3 452
12. Boston College......10-1 442
13. DePaul..............9-3 366
14. Louisiana Tech ...11-1 341
15. llinois ...........114 336
16.Villanova ............9-1 302
17. Michigan St.........11-1 301
18. Va. Commonwealth ..9-1 275
19. Iowa ............13-2 249
20, Oregon St...........11-1 238

nation which is where we should be.
We've got some outstanding in-
dividuals, and what I consider a well
balanced team."
At the Midlands Tournament, three
Michigan wrestlers placed among the
top six in their respective weight
classes. Heavyweight Kirk Trost (24-8
on the season) finished sixth, 190-
pounder Bill Elbin (21-9-1) placed four-
th and freshman sensation John Fisher
finished second.
Fisher, the 126-pound native of Flint,
currently holds a 20-3 record. Among
his victories in Evanston was a
shocking upset of two-time NCAA
champion and Olympic silver medalist
Barry Davis of Iowa in a semi-final
match.
"FISHER HAS done an outstanding job
for us," Bahr said. "He was ranked
fourth at the Midlands and beat Davis
14-3, which kind of shocked the
wrestling world."
This past weekend, the team traveled
to Columbus, Ohio to face Ohio Univer-
sity, Ohio State and Arizona State.
Michigan easily defeated the Bobcats
(35-9) and the Buckeyes (29-13), but
was unable to complete the sweep and
lost to the fourth-ranked Sun Devils (16-
29).
Again it was Fisher and Trost who led
the Wolverines, as both wrestlers won
all three of their matches. Junior Kevin
Hill won twice, but was forced to forfeit
his match against Ohio U because of a
shoulder injury.

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