Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 29, 1985
COLLINS' CREW HITS BOTTOM
Spartans stuff stickers
By CHRISTIAN M. MARTIN
After several near misses and great
efforts by the always optimistic
Michigan field hockey team, the
cookie has finally crumbled.
Last weekend the Wolverines faced
the Spartans at Michigan State and
the outcome, a 4-0 loss, was far from
"WE REALLY didn't play well at
all," said coach Karen Collins. "We
played very flat. No enthusiasm, and
it worries me because I don't think
there is a four goal difference between
us and Michigan State. The defense
didn't play well at all - the worst
they've played all season."
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Michigan State was the one team
keeping the offensively impotent
Wolverines out of the Big Ten cellar.
But no more. After Sunday's dishear-
tening loss, the Michigan field hockey
team now has sole possession of the
most dubious honor in any league or
conference, that being last place.
"We beat them because we played a
hell of a game," said Michigan State
head coach Rick Kimball, "based on
the way we've been playing, we are
certainly better than them.
"(MICHIGAN State Right Wing)
Wendy Clark played a super game, a
dynamite performance," said Kim-
ball of his offensive machine who
scored two of the Spartans' four goals
in the one-sided contest.
The way the loss came about and
not the loss itself is the thing that has
everyone worried. There is a fear that
the players may have given up on the
season. And that attitude and feeling
of a "team" is falling lower and lower
"(Maryann Bell) feels she was let
down by some of the team members
out there," said junior Joan Taylor. "I
think it is depressing to put a lot of
timeinto this and not get anything
back. People might now be concen-
trating their efforts on school."
The effects of the weekend were far
more significant than gaining sole
possession of last place, they were
significant because it seems that the
team, based on the cumulative effect
of the season, culminating in this
disheartening 4-0 loss to Michigan
State, has given up on itself.
By ADAM OCHLIS
With the abundance of cheap shots and dirty play
from last weekend's Michigan-Bowling Green hockey
series already well documented, let's turn our atten-
tion to the other highs and lows of what was also
parents' weekend for the Michigan players. Here are
the good, the bad, but not the ugly events that tran-
spired during the two games between the Wolverines
and the Falcons.
" Wolverine center Brad "just call me Wayne" Jones
established himself as the best player in the CCHA so
far by notching his second career hat trick (along with
three assists) in Friday night's game and came back
Saturday with two goals and an assist. He now leads
the league with 18 points. The junior from Sterling
Heights plays on the power play, kills penalties and
even double-shifted Saturday night. He's on a scoring
pace that would demolish almost every NCAA record.
Obviously his efforts have not gone unnoticed.
"He's just playing great," said Michigan coach Red
Berenson. "He's doing everything we've asked of
him." And more. Just yesterday Jones was named co-
CCHA player of the week for his efforts.
* Todd Carlile played unquestionably his finest
series of the season and in the process moved himself
into tenth place on Michigan's all-time scoring list for
defensemen with a goal in Saturday night's contest. All
was not "sweet" however for the senior blue liner as he
notched a hat trick in penalties during the second
period of Friday's game and later collected his fourth.
" Speaking of penalties, left-winger John Bjorkman
has dubiously become Michigan's designated penalty
box man. Although the junior from Warroad, Minn. did
not commit any infractions himself, he was the one
who sat in the penalty box when Chris Seychel was
disqualified for spearing and goalie Tim Makris was
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penalized for tripping. Bjorkman, who dejectedly
skated over to the box had to be saying to himself,
"C'mon coach. (Forward Joe) Lockwood's only a
" Defenseman Bill Brauer, in an attempt to clean up
for mom and dad, shaved off his Fu Manchu mustache.
This came as a disappointment to all, but moreso the
media, who in the early season are still trying to place
the players' names with their faces. Brauer's
remarkable likeness to baseball's Goose Gossage
made him easy to recognize.
* Jeff Norton is struggling. Last year's freshman
phenom is currently mired in a sophomore slump. Don't
rock the boat just yet as the Wolverines' best defen-
seman showed guts by playing the final two periods
Friday night and the first two periods Saturday night
with a shoulder injury before succumbing to the pain in
the final frame Saturday. Norton left the BGSU ice
arena with a sling around his arm and shoulder.
" The proudest parents were undoubtedly Mr. and
Mrs. Urban. Not only were they able to see their son,
Jeff play for the first time in a Wolverine uniform, but
also their other son, Rob as a forward for Bowling
Green. It was pretty good timing for parents' weekend,
don't you think? For papa Urban, it was the thrill of a
lifetime. "I love it," he said. "It's difficult watching
but it's fun. I've watched them for all the years, but
they never played with each other or against one
" The injury of the week award goes to Falcon goalie
Gary Kruzich who did not play in the series due to a
broken hand. The story goes that Bowling Green's all-
CCHA (honorable mention) netminder was going to get
a blanket and pillow before watching last week's Mon-
day Night Football game when he tripped over the
blanket and fell down the stairs.
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