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Cross Country
Big Ten Championships
Saturday
Columbus, Ohio

SPORTS

Volleyball
vs. Michigan State University
Wednesday, 7:00
IM Building

The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, October 28, 1986

Page 7

Field
By ROB LEVINE
Even though the Michigan field
hockey team has improved over last
year's abysmal record, there is still
a long way to go to compete within
the Big 10. Last Sunday showed
that as Michigan State blanked
Michigan, 3-0.
Michigan's overall record now
stands at 9-9-1 but 1-6-1 in the
conference.
Assistant coach Andrea
Wickerham was not pleased with

hoc
the Wolverines' loss to State. time. W
"Player for player, Michigan State Michiga
outplayed us. They played very, passing
very well. Their coach said it was hockey
the best game they played all pass the
season - on the other hand, the with it.'
Michigan team didn't play as well Mich
as it could have." season
. MICHIGAN'S WEAK Lafayet
passing game played a key role in Purdue
the defeat, according to Wickerham. Wicker
"Their (Michigan's) passing game teams w
was about six to eight feet off every "It's

falters,

falls

to

State
"We're at .500 right now, and
one of our preseason goals was to
be .500 at the end of the season, so
we have to win one of our last two
games to do that."

Ve struggled a little bit and
an State just played a better
g game. That's what
's all about - if you can't
ball, you can't do anything
higan concludes the regular
next weekend in West
te against Big 10 opponents
and Northwestern. Coach
ham goes up against the
ith guarded optimism.
a real important weekend

for us. We've struggled a little bit
- we played Eastern Michigan and
won and played Kent State and won
in non-conference games. We
played Michigan State the past two
weeks and lost. As far as the Big 10
goes, we're struggling."
Wickerham feels the team has to
have a good week of practice and
bear down in order to be
competitive in this weekend's
games. "It would be very easy for
these players (Michigan) to roll

over and play dead and just say,
'wait 'til next year,' but hopefully
they won't. I think they won't. We
have a lot of confidence in them as
far as what we know they can do
and they have to find it again.

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York

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final game, 8-5

(Continued from Page 1)
Sox took an early 3-0 lead.
E V A N S led off the Boston
second with a towering homer over
the left field wall on a full-count
pitch from New York right-hander
Ron Darling.
Gedman followed with a homer
over the center field fence on a 1-2
pitch.:
Dave Henderson walked, was
sacrificed to second by pitcher Hurst
and scored on a two-out single to
center by Wade Boggs for a 3-0 lead.
B A R R E T T followed with a
bunt single down the third base line
before Darling got Bill Buckner on a

long flyto center.
It was the 10th
homers have been

time successive
hit in a World

Series game. The last time was 1981
when Pedro Guererro and Steve
Yeager homered in the fifth inning
for the Dodgers against the Yankees.
It was Evans' second homer of the
Series, and both came in Shea
Stadium. Evans' first home run was
a two-run shot off Dwight Gooden to
help the Red Sox to a 9-3 win in
Game 2.
Barrett's hit was his 13th of the
Series, tying him with Bobby
Richardson of the 1964 Yankees and
Lou Brock of the 1968 Cardinals.

EBUSINESS
MBA DAY

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CCHA Scorecard

Associated Press
Dwight Evans' second-inning home run wasn't enough to stave off five
: late-inning runs by the Mets as New York won the game, 8-5, and the
World Series.

CCHA
Team (Overall)
Michigan State (6.0)
Western Michigan (4-2)
Bowling Green (5-1)
Miami (3-3)
iilinois-Chicago (4-2)
Michigan (2-4)
Lake Superior (2-3-1)
Ohio State (1.4-1)
Ferris State (1-5)

A

Standings

W L T Pis B. Essensa, MSU 3
6 0 0 12 N. Foster, MSU 3
4 2 0 8 K. McCaffrey,WMU 2
3 1 0 6 G. Kruzich, BGSU 4
3 3 0 6 G. Neary, UM 3
2 2 0 4 T. Fanning, OSU 2
2 4 0 4 W. Sharpies, UM 4
1 2 1 3 B. Horn, WMU 4
1 4 1 3 G. Raeburn, FSC 5
1 5 0 2 J. Shawhan, LSS 3
R. Exelby, LSS 3

8 2.67
10 3.33
7 3.50
16 4.01
13 4.21
7 4.31
13 4.33
18 4.36
24 5.16
13 5.20
9 5.41

55
78
47
101
94
33
105
135
115
53
41

Goaltending
GP GA Avg Say

Pct
.873
.886
.870
.863
.876
.825
.889
.882
.827
.803
.820

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FRIDAY'S RESULTS

Power pkay promising..
...but offense needs tuning
By SCOTT SHAFFER
T he importance of last weekend's series with Ohio State was
obvious.
Win both and prove that the Wolverines belong in the top half of the
Central Collegiate Hockey Association.
Lose both and prepare for another stay near the conference cellar.
WHILE MICHIGAN (now 2-4) split the two home games with
Ohio State, the prognosis for the rest of the season is not as black and
white as either of the above scenarios.
Despite dropping the second game in overtime, 4-3, the Wolverines
showed several signs this weekend that they may indeed belong in the
CCHA's creme (if not the creme de la creme).
Coach Red Berenson has fine-tuned the power play into a successful
unit.
LED BY center Brad Jones, the Wolverines scored eight times on
the power play against the Buckeyes, including five times in Friday's 8-
2 win. Jones added two more Saturday. Not bad for a team that netted
just one power-play goal in 14 tries in a loss to Bowling Green just
two weeks ago.
Add a strong showing by the penalty killing team, which got an
excellent performance out of Todd Brost and a short-handed goal from
:Mike Moes, and the result is a team that should continue to be very
dangerous when there are less than ten skaters on the ice.
'BriWg on the Penalties
But a funny thing happened in the overtime loss. Ohio State got
stingy with its penalties, committing only eight. Even the best power-
play in the world can't score when it doesn't get the opportunity to
play, like in the third and overtime periods Saturday.
SO THERE is an other side to the offensive capabilities of the
'Wolverines. While the power play has been holding its head high, the
'rest of the offense was dragging its collective tail last weekend. The
inability of the offense to put the puck in the net on Saturday was
Afrustrating to Berenson.
"Our offense is just not as effective in five-on-five situations," said
Berenson. "We've scored 25 goals so far this year, 14 of them on the
power play, and three were short handed. That means we scored only
eight full-strength goals in our six games, which is not a lot."
In order to score more, the team will have to make more of a dent in
the crease than it did on Saturday. Twenty-one shots on goal simply is
not enough. To remedy that, Berenson is toying with the idea of
shifting a couple of lines to come up with some new player
combinations.
ot a hairy situation
i ALTHOUGH Berenson is concerned with the offensive situation,
the certainly has no need to tear his trademark red hair from his scalp.
:After all, his team did register eight scores on Friday and have been
ntscnred hv only one gnal in their six names. A good descrintion of

Team (first place votes) W
1. North Dakota (6) 6
2. Michigan State (4) 6
3. Minnesota 5
4. Bowling Green 5
5. Boston University 0
6. Harvard 0
7. Boston Coilege 1
8. Western Michigan 4
9. Wisconsin 3
10. Cornell 0
(tie) Northern Michigan 2

0
0
1
1
0
0
1
2
3
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

95
91
70
56
52
44
41
28
27
10

4 0 10

L T Pts

Others receiving votes: Northeastern, Lowell,
Colorado College, Maine, St. Lawrence
CCHA LEADERS
Scoring

MICHIGAN 8, Ohio State 2
Bowling Green 7, Lake Superior 5
Michigan State 10, Miami 4
Western Michigan 9, Ferris State 1
Illinois-Chicago 5, Air Force 4
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Ohio State 4, MICHIGAN 3 (OT)
Bowling Green 7, Lake Superior 3
Michigan State 8, Miami 1
Western Michigan 7, Ferris State 4
Illinois-Chicago 6, Air Force 5
FRIDAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Illinois-Chicago
Bowling Green at Miami
Lake Superior at Ferris State
Michigan State at Western Michigan
Ohio State at Clarkson
SATURDAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Illinois-Chicago
Bowling Green at Miami
Lake Superior at Ferris State
Western MichiganatMichigan State (PASS)
Ohio State at Clarkson

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K. Miller, MSU
W. Gagne, WMU
B. Jones, UM
M. Posma, WMU
M. Messier, MSU
R. Bryden, WMU
B. Shbicky, MSU
B. Reynolds, MSU
Peter Lowden, FSC

GP
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6

G
5
7
3
7
5
6
7
7
6
4

A
15
11
15
9
10
7
4
3
4
6

Pts
20
18
18
16
15
13
11
10
10
10

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