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Hockey
vs. Miami (OH)
Today, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS_
Friday, October 11, 1985

Field Hockey
vs. Northwestern
Today, 4 p.m.
Ferry Field

The Michigan Daily

Page 11

Hawks,
By DEBBIE deFRANCES Ten, ta
A sea of C's. Volleyball coach Barb tonight.
Canning said her team will have to be nesota
consistent, competitive and concen- week,
trate intensely to pull off two Big looking
Ten wins this weekend against Iowa play fro
and Northwestern. Iowa head coach "WE I
Sandy Stewart added that her squad going
needs more confidence against Big' "They'r
Ten schools. going to
The Wolverines, now 9-7, 1-3 in Big more co
After Tiger catcher Lance Parrish register,
an 8-2 mark in the weekly Daily line, the speci
guest expanded his lead to two games over t:
football writers - a whopping 35-5 mark.
Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson is on t:
grill this week as he begins his second season
the helm of the Wolverine icers.
TOLEDO, OH native Phil Nussel will try to le;
the Daily's football writers back to respectabili

' ats will

test spikers'

ke on Iowa in Iowa City
After a win against Min-
and a loss to Wisconsin last
Canning said she will be
for a more consistent style of
m her team this weekend.
DON'T know how they're (Iowa)
to play," said Canning.
e well-balanced, so we're just
o play our style, just a little
nsistently."
weekl

Stewart said her Hawkeye team, 6-
11, 1-2 in the conference, is better than
its record indicates and will play with
a one-setter system.
"We'll try a variety of things in of-
fense. Our confidence is a little low
right now so we're going to hit
aggressively," said Stewart. "We're
going to take advantage of the
Wolverines' inconsistency and run
more attacks."

IOWA, WHO lost three starters to
graduation, is an experienced team
and will depend greatly on their
junior setter and co-captain Kathy
Griesheim. "She's had nine aces so
far this season and she's what really
keeps our team together," said
Stewart.
After their stint in Iowa City, the
Wolverines take their talents to
Evanston to challenge one of the best

in the Big
Wildcats.
"They (N
year after y
of the final
Canning sai
"WE KNO
expect from
better prepa
According
have lost all
key player t
Nonaz, the
definitely th
smart, andg
floor," said C
The Wolv
much consis
will rely on t
th. Senior K

consistency
Ten, the Northwestern those bench players that will see
some action in the forthcoming
orthwestern) are strong games.
'ear. They're always one "She's (Kunzelman) an all-around
teams in the Big Ten," player. I think we'll see a lot of her
d. this weekend," said Canning.
)W what kind of playing to Aside from their lack of consistency
them, so we're a little and concentration, Michigan has
red," she added. spent much of their practice time this
to Canning, the Wildcats week on their return of serve.
of their big hitters. Their "The base of our problems is our
his season will be Jackie serve reception," Canning said.
team's setter. "She's "That's where we're breaking down.
heir biggest asset. She's We spent a lot of time working on that,
gets to everything on the in practice."
Canning. The Wolverines will have to stop
verines still don't have their up-and-down style of play and
stency in their lineup and come up with a couple of crucial wins
heir bench for added dep- this weekend if they intend to remain
aryn Kunzelman is one of in contention for the Big Ten title.

Daily

hoping to expand on his 33-8 record. Mike Red-
stone is next in line with a 32-8 mark. Joe Ewing
and Brad Morgan hold up the rear guard with 31-7
and 27-13 records respectively.
Highlighting this week's docket is a host of
brutal non-conference games in addition to the
Michigan-Michigan State grudge match. Beren-
son went against the consensus in the Alabama-
Penn State collision - he picked the Crimson

line
Tide.
The former Wolverine hockey ace joined the
consensus on "the game" picking the Wolverines
because "Michigan has got the momentum right
now."
He picked the Ohio State gang to beat Indiana
for just one reason - "home ice." In the toughest
Big Ten game of the week, Berenson tabbed
Illinois over Purdue without any hesitation.

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Around the Big Ten

Iowa (4-0, 1-0 in Big
Ten) at Wisconsin (3-1,
0-1)
The number-one ranked Hawkeyes
led by QB Chuck Long and RB Ronnie
Harmon shoot for their fifth straight
win of the season against the Badgers.
Wisconsin will attempt to rebound
from its 33-6 thrashing last week at
the hands of Michigan.
Indiana (4-0, 1-0) at
Ohio State (3-1, 0-1)
1 Indiana, the biggest surprise of the
year for the Big Ten takes on the
tough Buckeyes in this matchup of
Top 20 teams. Ohio State All-
American linebacker "Pepper" John-
son and Co. will attempt to slow In-

diana's explosive offense led by QB
Scott Bradley.

Minnesota (3-1,
at Northwestern
(2-2, 0-1)

1-0)

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Lou Holtz's tough Golden Gophers
led by Big Ten defensive standout
Peter Najarian and punter Adam
Kelley look to lengthen their 39-23-4
lifetimeseries edge over the hapless
Wildcats.
Illinois (2-2, 1-0) at
Purdue (2-2, 0-1)
Illinois seems to have rebounded
from its pre-conference blues with an
impressive 31-28 victory over 15th
ranked Ohio State last Saturday.

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