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The Michigan Daily

Friday, November 8, 1985

Field Hockey
vs. Massachusetts
Saturday, 10 a.m.
Ferry Field
Page 9

Blue hopes to halt

"When the two schools get together
you can throw out the record book,"
said Michigan State assistant hockey
coach George Gwozdecky.
Red Berenson and his players would
love to do just that. Even though
Michigan holds a series edge of 89-69-

3, the Spartans have won six straight
and 14 of the last 15 contests. But the
trend may be reversed this weekend
when the two squads meet tonight at
Yost Ice Arena and tomorrow night in
East Lansing.
"THE RECORDS are the records,
and they have the recent edge," said

the Wolverine head man. "It is
something that is going to change.
"I think we are going to be more
competitive with Michigan State than
we have been in the last three years,
and I am hoping that will start
showing this weekend."
Berenson is optimistic because the

Spartans don't have the overpoweringl
squad of past seasons. Despite
playing nine freshmen, Michigan
State is still a formidable opponent.
The Spartans 6-1-1 record is tops in the
"I STILL respect them as possibly
the top team in the league but not a
team that is going to blow away the
other teams night after night," said
Berenson. "I think the chemistry of
their team has changed. You just
don't take nine top players out of a
team without affecting their play."
The best of the Spartan freshmen is
center Joe Murphy, who leads the
team in scoring with nine goals and
six assists. Other freshmen making
important contributions are def en-
semen Brad Hamilton and Chris
While there are many new faces on
the team, the goalies continue to be
the backbone of the Spartans' suc-
cess. "We have been as good as our
goaltending," said Michigan State
coach Ron Mason. "It has been very
consistent." .
THE JUNIOR tandem of Bob
Essensa and Norm Foster is the best
duo in college hockey. Essensa is the
top goalie in the CCHA with a goals
against average of 2.50 and Foster is
close behind with a 3.36 goals against,
which places him third in the league.
Defensively the Spartans are not as
good as the goalies' numbers would
indicate. "Defensively we have not
been truly outstanding. The defense
has been average because the players
are so young," said Mason.
Team captain Don McSween is the
anchor on the blue line. "Don has been
a real team leader," said Mason.
Senior Brad Beck adds additional
stability to the defense.
MICHIGAN STATE hopes to utilize
its talent to have a complete team ef-
fort. "We are not really pleased with
our performance as a team, and I

know this sounds surprising," said year," commented Berenson. "It is
not like we are hoping to come up to a
Gwozdecky. "We are getting some new high against State."
good goaltending and some good per-
formances by individuals. We have In an effort to balance the scoring,
not put together a good name as a Berenson has reshuffled line assign-
team." ments. Brad Jones and Billy Powers
Michigan, on the other hand, wants will be centered by Todd Brost, and
to continue the team play exhibited Chris Seychel will center Tom Stiles
lat weekendagaitTeampybCanada. and Brad McCaughey. The third line
last weekend against Team will be composed of Bruce Macnab,
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Team Canada's goalie John Kemp knocks down a shot by Michigan's Jeff Urban (15) during last weekend's
action at Yost Ice Arena. The Wolverines played their best hockey of the season against Canada and hope to
carry their momentum into this weekend's series against Michigan State.

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Spikers' s
Things are looking up for the
women's volleyball team.
With two consecutive wins (one of
them in the conference), their hitting
errors cut in half and a strong mental
game, the Wolverines expect a close
battle from both Northwestern and
Iowa this weekend in Ann Arbor.
"WE'RE WINNING now," said
head coach Barb Canning. "More
than ever, our starting lineup is really
playing together as a team."
Canning said the Wolverines, who
are now 13-14, 3-8 in the conference,
owe their successes to individual im-
provements in hitting and emotional
"In the last couple of weeks, we've
reduced our errors." Canning said.
"Jennifer Hickman in improving fast
and Marie Ann Davidson is really ef-
fective in the setting position."
particular strategy each game and


tability spells
we've lost a lot of internal problems The se
that caused us to make a lot of Wolveri
mistakes before," she added. around"
Michigan's strategy against North- own abili
western, 5-6 in the Big Ten, will con- Big Teno
centrate on the Wildcats' individual
"Their setter (Jackie Nunez) is
very good, very strong. They have a
lot of quick players in the middle
court, so we'll have to keep it out of
there," Canning said.

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western, who is ranked two notches
above the Wolverines in conference
standings, is a young, inexperienced
and beatable team.
Against Iowa, the Wolverines will
concentrate on playing their own
game. "We'll rely mostly on our own
abilities. We're serving tough, serving
smart, and generally, our serving
game will keep us in the match,"
Canning said.

Mon.-Fri. November 4-8



3/" SS/DD

Wolverine swimmers face
the real thing in Etobicoke

Canadian power Etobicoke Univer-
sity takes on the University of
Michigan's womens swim team in a
match-up of top ten team versus Big
Ten team.
For the 1985-86 season the Maize
and Blue have only 14 swimmers on
their roster as opposed to the 24 that
Etobicoke and most universities
"WE ARE a very, very small team.
From the standpoint of depth we don't
have any," said Michigan head coach
Jim Richardson. "It will be difficult to
be competitive across the boards but
we will have our moments.'
Etobicoke, winner of six of the last
seven short- and long-course national
championships in womens swimming,
will be a very tough opponent for the
*hard-working Wolverines.
"I don't want to say this is going to
be a character-building year for us.
We are going to work hard, swim fast
and win the ones we can," Richardson
said. "We are not a powerhouse, but
we are going to try to have a
Scott Skiles
jailed again
State University basketball star Scott
Skiles - convicted earlier this year of
impaired driving and marijuana
possession - was temporarily
suspended yesterday following an
arrest for another drinking driving

powerhouse attitude. We just don't
have the numbers."
If the Wolverines keep their tough-
as-nails attitude and can get good per-
formance from Christi Vedejs and
Lisa Lunsford, they will make a
strong showing Saturday and maybe
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