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Field Hockey
vs. Toledo
7:30 p.m.
Tartan Turf

SPORTS

Volleyball
formerly at
now at I.M.

games
CCRB
Building

The Michigan Daily Tuesday, September 9, 1986 page 7

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stickers to take on

By ROB LEVINE
With two wins in its first three
games, the field hockey team is
off to an excellent start.
' The Wolverines opened the
season last weekend with shutout
victories over Ohio and York
University (by scores of 2-0 and 1-
0); losing only to Ball State, 3-2 in
overtime.
LEADING THE way for the
Wolverines was senior Maryann
Bell, who had two shutouts in
goal. Providing the scoring
punch for Michigan was Joan
Taylor and Lisa Murray.
Coach Karen Collins is pleased
with the way the team has played
in its first three games. She is
"feeling pretty good" about
tonight's 7:30 game against

Toledo at the Tartan Turf.
"Toledo has the potential of
beating us," Collins said, "but
we're a better team than Toledo."
When asked to assess the
team's play after the first three
games, Collins said she "feels
better this year" after they played
"under pressure against a
physical team in York."
TOLEDO HEAD coach Kirpal
Singh Mahal had plenty to say
regarding his team's chances
against Michigan. His squad is
0-4 this season, and Singh Mahal
has many reasons for his club's
slow start this year. The team
consists of only 11 women; seven
are freshmen. Toledo's goalie,
Georgia Meyer, has only played
field hockey three weeks.

According to Singh Mahal, the
first day, "she didn't stop any ball
in practice...I showed the team a
tape of the Olympics and the next
day she (Meyer) was a different
person."
Although winless, Toledo has
been tough. The Rockets opened
with a 3-1 loss to Northwestern,
the third ranked team in the
country in 1985. Toledo was then

thumped by defending Big 10
champ Iowa, 12-0. Against Log
Haven of Pennsylvania, the score
was a respectable 4-0, considering
Log Haven finished 15th in the
nation last year.
Playing for the third day in a
row, a tired Toledo squad lost to
Penn State, 3-0. Penn State
finished sixth in the nation last
season.

oledoi
Ball State, Michigan's only
loss of the year, beat Toledo twice
last year by scores of 3-1 and 2-1.
Toledo finished last year with a
record of 7-12, and again appear
to have a rebuilding season this
year.
Coach Singh Mahal said he is
"not sure of his team's chances"
against Michigan given the
team's "ups and downs."

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Bell
...two shutouts
N5

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