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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 26, 1986

Harbaugh heads

All-Big,

Ten

team

CHICAGO (AP) - Quarterback
Jim Harbaugh of Michigan and
Chris Carter and Chris Spielmanof
Ohio State were unanimous
selections on the 1986 Associated
Press All-Big Ten football team
announced yesterday.
Other Michigan players named
to the first team were offensive
tackle John Elliott, guard Mark
Hammerstein, defensive lineman
Mark Messner, and linebacker Andy
Moeller.
Ohio State and Michigan, who
shared first place with 7-1 records,
dominated the team. Ohio State
landed seven players on the first
team and Michigan had five. Iowa
was next with four. Wisconsin and
and Michigan State had two each.
Minnesota, Northwestern, Indiana,
and Purdue had one each. Illinois
was shutout.
MICHIGAN had just two
players on the second team -
running back Jamie Morris and
defensive back Garland Rivers.
Nine Wolverines received
hon'orable mention honors,
including wide receivers Ken
Higgins, Paul Jokisch, and John .
Kolesar. Center John Vitale, guard
Michael Dames, and running back
Gerald White were honorable
mention on offense. Linebacker
Billy Harris, defensive back Tony
Gant, and punter Monte Robbins
were honorable mention on defense.
HARBAUGH, Carter, and
Spielman were named on the first
team of the 17 ballots cast by a
panel of sportswriters and
broadcasters covering the Big Tcn.
Two players on the first team
offense are repeaters from last year,
AP Football Poll

AP ALL-BIG TEN TEAMS

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IFHIRO UEAM
OFFENSE
Wide Receivers - Cris Carter, Ohio State;
Andre Rison, Michigan State
Tight End - Ed Taggert, Ohio State
Tackles - John Elliott, MICHIGAN; Dave
Croston, Iowa
Guards - Mark Hammerstein, MICHIGAN;
Jeff Uhlenhake, Ohio State
Center - Bob Maggs, Ohio State
Quarterback - Jim Harbaugh, MICHIGAN
Running Backs - Darrell Thompson,
Minnesota; Rick Bayless, Iowa
Kicker - John Duvic, Northwestern
DEFENSE
Linemen-Outside Linebackers - Van Waiters,
Indiana; Eric Kumerow, Ohio State; Dave Haight,
Iowa; Mark Messner, MICHIGAN; Jeff Drost,
Iowa
Linebackers - Chris Spielman, Ohio State;
Andy Moeller, MICHIGAN; Michael Reid,
Wisconsin
Defensive Backs - Rod Woodson, Purdue;
Nate Odomes, Wisconsin; Sonny Gordon, Ohio
State
Punter - Greg Montgomery, Michigan State
OFFENSE
Wide Receivers - Mark Ingram, Michigan
State; Stephen Pierce, Illinois
Tight End - Rich Borresen, Northwestern
Tackles - Bob Riley, Indiana; Jim Hobbins,

Minnesota
Guards - Troy Wolcrow, Minnesota; Scott
Kehoe, Illinois
Center - Ray Hitchcock, Minnesota
Quarterback - Jim Karsatos, Ohio State
Running Backs - Jamie Morris, MICHIGAN;
Larry Emery, Wisconsin
Kicker - Rob Houghtlin, Iowa
DEFENSE
Linemen-Outside Linebackers - Bob Dirkes,
Northwestern; John Budde, Michigan State; Kevin
Holley, Purdue; Mark Nichols, Michigan State;
Darryl Lee, Ohio State
Linebackers - Fred Strickland, Purdue; Bruce
Holmes, Minnesota; Shane Bullough, Michigan
State
Defensive Backs - Garland Rivers,
MICHIGAN; Leonard Bell, Indiana; Alex Green,
Indiana
Punter - Tom Tupa, Ohio State
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OFFENSE
Wide Receivers - Ken Higgins, MICHIGAN;
Paul Jokisch, MICHIGAN; John Kolesar,
MICHIGAN
Guard - Michael Dames, MICHIGAN
Running Back - Gerald White, MICHIGAN
DEFENSE
Linemen-Outside Linebackers - Billy Harris,
MICHIGAN; Dieter Heren, MICHIGAN
Defensive Back - Tony Gant, MICHIGAN
Punter - Monte Robbins, MICHIGAN

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Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY
Michigan junior tailback Jamie Morris, who looks for a hole against Min-
nesota earlier this year, was named second-team All-Big Ten by the

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Miami(54) 10-0-0
Penn St. (4) 11-0-0
Oklahoma 10-1-0
MICHIGAN 10-1-0
LSU 8-2-0
Nebraska 9-2-0
Alabama 9-2-0
Arizona St. 9-1-1
Arkansas 8-2-0
Ohio State 9-3.0
Arizona 8-2-0
Washington 8-2-1
Auburn 8-2.0
UCLA 7-3-1
Baylor 8-3-0
So. California 7-3-0
Georgia 7-3-0
N. Carolina St. 8-2-1
Iowa 8-3.0

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Associated Press.
and both are from Ohio State -
Carter, and center Bob Maggs.
THERE were five repeaters on
the defensive unit, including
Messner, Spielman, defensive
lineman Jeff Drost of Iowa,
defensive back Rod Woodson of
Purdue, and punter Greg
Montgomery of Michigan State.
Joining Harbaugh in the first
team backfield were freshman
Darrell Thompson of Minnesota
and senior Rick Bayless of Iowa,
who finished first and second in the
conference in rushing. Thompson
finished with 1,240 yards and
Bayless had 1,040.
Thompson missed being a
unanimous selection by two points.
A player received two points for a

first-team vote and one point for the
second team.
Other first team players on
offense were wide receiver Andre
Rison of Michigan State; Maggs
and tight end Ed Taggart of OSU;
tackle Dave Croston of Iowa; guard
Jeff Uhlenhake of Ohio State; and
kicker John Duvic of Northwestern.
Other first team defensive
players included defensive lineman
Eric Kumerow and defensive back
Sonny Gordon of Ohio State,
linebacker Michael Reid and
defensive back Nate Odomes of
Wisconsin, and defensive lineman
Dave Haight of Iowa.
Michigan State running back
Lorenzo White, a pre-season
candidate for the Heisman Trophy,
was honorable mention.

By WALTER KOPF
It was supposed to be a grudge
match. It was supposed go to five
gruelling games. Michigan's
women's volleyball team obviously
never got wind of this. It took the
Wolverines less than an hour to
dispose of the listless Hurons from
Eastern Michigan University.
The 15-6, 15-3, 15-4, killing
was the third straight win for the
young Wolverines.
"The momentum just carried
over from last weekend," said senior
Jayne Hickman of the team's sweep
of Wisconsin and Northwestern.
Hickman was happy with the win,
as it was her last home game as a
Wolverine. "I'm sad it's over, but I
think it was a good note to end on."
THE HURONS took a 4-1
lead in the first game. It turned out
to be their only lead in the match.
The game looked like it would be a
battle as Michigan struggled back
to 6-6. Then the Wolverines
caught fire. Outstanding front-line
play from Marie Ann Davidson and
Carla Hunter blocked several EMU
shots.
Michigan took the next nine
points for the first game, and rolled
to a 15-3, second-game win. The
third game was a repeat of the first
two, with the Wolverines building
a wall at the net around the Hurons.
Smooth team effort and constant
spikes devastated the 17-12 Hurons.
"We always get really fired to
play them," said Davidson who
fittingly spiked home the match-
winning point.
The Wolverines must now
prepare for their last two games
against Purdue and Illinois this
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weekend.
"Purdue has been struggling the
second half of season," said
Michigan coach Joyce Davis.
"Some of their key players are
injured, but you can't give them
opportunities. They're very tall, but
that also makes them a bit slower."
The Wolverines finish their
season with Big Ten leader Illinois.
Illinois is undefeated in conference
play and ranked in the top ten in the
country.

BLUE BREEZES IN STRAIGHT SETS:
Spikers smash Hurons

"It would be the coup of the
season if we beat Illinois," Davis
said.
The young Wolverine team has
had quite a successful season
according to Davis. "We had ten
goals in mind when the season
began - and we accomplished
eight of them," the first-year coach
said. "The two unfulfilled goals
were finishing in the top half of the
conference and winning 75 percent ,
of their non-conference games."

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Pat on the back Associated Press
The Islanders' Pat LaFontaine checks Pittsburgh's Bob Errey during
New York's 5-1 win last night. LaFontaine, a Waterford, Mich., native,
scored a goal and added two assists in the Patrick division battle.

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