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Page 10- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 10, 1986



stickers shut down

Toledo, 1-0

Mondul notches Blue goal

Off to a quick start thih season,
the Michigan field hockey team
posted a 1-0 shutout last night over
Toledo at Tartan Turf.
With the victory; the
Wolverines upped its record to 3-
GOALIE Maryann Bell had
nine saves as she earned her third
shutout of the year. With shutouts
earlier over Ohio and York
University, Bell is looking solid
in the nets.
Michigan scored the game's
only goal on a penalty corner at
27:22 of the first period. Trisha
Mondul, with assists by fellow
seniors Jane Nixon and Lisa
Murray, blew the ball past
Rockets' goalie Georgia Meyer.
Wolverines Coach Karen
Collins was relieved with the
final outcome. "We're lucky to
come away with a win. It wasn't
a pretty game, but we'll take it."
FRESHMAN walk-on Meyer,
according to Collins, "did an
exceptional job , but we didn't take
advantage of her."
Meyer first picked up a field
hockey stick only three weeks
Mondul led a strong attack that
collected 27 shots on goal. She

also performed strongly on
defense, shutting down the few
scoring opportunities the
Michigan squad allowed.
"IT WAS my first goal, but we
weren't up to par. We're going to
have to go hard at practice
tomorrow - we know where we
screwed up."
A lively crowd attended the
game, urging on the team. They
shouted encouragement at the
players, apparently hoping to
avoid an overtime period as rain
began to fall on Tartan Turf.
The squad needs continued

support from Bell, Nixon, and
Murray, along with solid scoring
punch from freshmen Judy
Burinskas and Patti Farley to
better a team already much,
improved from last year.
THE SQUAD goes on the road
to South Bend, Indiana, on Friday
to play Southwest Missouri St. and
Notre Dame.
Collins saw some bright spots
:in the low-scoring, defensive
"I was very pleased to score on
a (penalty) corner. We played
strong, but we need confidence."


Wings sign top pick,4

DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit
Red Wings signed Joe Murphy,
their top draft pick, to a four-year
contract yesterday.
Terms were not disclosed.
Murphy is expected to report to the
National Hockey League team's
training camp when it opens next
week in Flint, Mich.
MURPHY, 18, is a native of
Vancouver, British Columbia,
and was credited with helping to

Daily Photo by PETE ROSS
Senior forward Sara Clark (right) battles for position against the Toledo Rockets last night. The
Wolverines won 1-0, on a Trisha Mondul goal.



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"We are delighted to finally
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The 6-foot-1, 190 pound center
tallied 24 goals and 37 assists as a
freshman at Michigan State last
season and was named rookie of
... signs with Detroit
the year by the Central Collegiate
Hockey Association.
NCAA busts Bradley
ST.LOUI (AP) - The
Missouri Valley Conference has
placed Bradley University on
probation for two years for
recruiting violations in the
school's basketball program,
Commissioner James Haney
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THE NCAA said Bradley
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Versace, who posted a 156-88
record and three conference titles
in eight seasons at Bradley,
recently resigned to accept an
assistant coach's position with the
NBA's Detroit Pistons.
Haneysaid as part of the
MVC's sanctions, Bradley will be
barred from competing in the
conference's 1988 tournament, he
Foggie suspended
Quarterback Ricky Foggie, was
declared ineligible by the
University of Minnesota
yesterday, said Dr. Robert Stein,
chairman of the Athletic Board.
Foggie, two-time most
valuable player of the football

team, was given an airline ticket
by the Athletic Department, Stein
said. Declared ineligible for the
same reason was backup
linebacker Don Pollard.




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