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Women's Volleyball
vs. Eastern Michigan
Tonight, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS
Tuesday, September 13, 1988

Men's Volleyball
Mass Meeting
Tomorrow, 7 p.m.
1250 CCRB

The Michigan Daily

Pag 9

SPIKERS TO PLAY HOME OPENER

Blue set for

By ADAM BENSON
Its nothing new to see crowds
coming to Crisler Arena for
sporting events. Often, PASS cable
- TV brings their cameras to Crisler,
while covering Michigan basket-
ball.
Tomorrow, however, when the
cameras start rolling, they will
follow the ball over the net instead
of through it, while filming the
women's volleyball match between.
Michigan and Eastern Michigan.
Michigan, despite its 8-1 non-
conference record, is still considered
to be a mediocre team in the tough
Big Ten. The conference has four
teams ranked in Volleyball Month-
y's top twenty-five, including the
number one ranked team, Illinois.
The Big Ten is so strong that
the Wolverines finished ninth in the
conference last year with a 3-15
record, despite posting a 20-20
overall record.
SO CAN anything be
determined from the Wolverines
strong non-conference showing?
Others might ignore this strong
start, but the Wolverines think they
will make some other teams notice
them.
"I'm looking forward to the
conference season," said senior
outside hitter/setter Marie Ann
Davidson. "I'm looking forward to
playing some tougher teams. Our
team plays better against more
competitive teams. I'd like to see

us be the upset team. Halfway
through the season, I'd like to hear
other teams saying we're going to
have to start thinking about
Michigan seriously."
Davidson may end this season as
the greatest offensive player ever at
Michigan. Last season, she was an
honorable mention All-Big Ten
player, won a player-of-the-week
award, and placed fifth in the
conference in hitting efficiency.
This season, Davidson has a chance
to become the all-time leader in six
offensive categories for the
Wolverines.
Coach Joyce Davis knows that
Davidson's play will have a large
impact on Michigan's Big Ten
season, but the third-year coach has
other players developing that will
be able to help Davidson.
JUNIOR middle hitter Kim
Clover is solid at the net, leading
last year's team in total blocks,
block solos and assists. This year,
Clover is leading the conference in
hitting efficiency, tied for fourth in
blocks per game, and tied for ninth
in serving percentage.
Clover is pleased with the
team's progress, and is looking for
a strong season for the Wolverines.
"We have high expectations for
this year," said Clover. "We are a
much stronger team than the last
two years, with a deeper bench.
When Joyce started, we had seven
freshman. It was a young team, and

EMU
we've built on that. We have five
of those juniors still here, and will
have more experience than most
other teams in the conference."
The Wolverines will need to
have improved in order to beat the
Hurons, who they play in their
home opener tonight. The Hurons
defeated Michigan twice last year.
THE HURONS are led by
Roxanne Munch, a player that
Michigan wanted very badly, before
she signed with Eastern. Munch is
coming off an All-Tournament
performance at the Hoosier Classic,
where the Hurons lost all three
games.
Huron coach Nona Richardson is
looking for some improvement
against the Wolverines. "We have a
strong front row, but the defense is
still young and learning the
system," said Richardson. "We are
getting a lot more comfortable, and
we're just trying to work out the
kinks. We should be stronger
against Michigan."
Richardson has great respect for
Michigan, but feels her club can
stop the Wolverines.
"Davidson is a nice player, and a
good setter," said Richardson.
"Their outside hitters are small, but
powerful, and they pass well too. I
think though that we're stronger in
the middle, and we're quicker than
Michigan."
DESPITE their success against
non-conference foes, the Wolverines

Davidson
..record setter
are not looking ahead of Eastern
Michigan. Davidson and Clover are
both looking for a competitive
match.
"Eastern has a couple of big
hitters, especially in the middle,"
said Davidson. "They are a scrappy
team that will play tough defense.
In the past, we haven't played our
best against them. We need to start
out playing well, and then I think
we can beat them."
"Eastern is always
unpredictable," said Clover. "You
never know what the outcome will
be."
After Eastern, the Wolverines
will travel to Penn State on Friday
to play in the Penn State
University Baden Invitational. Their
next home match will be a Big Ten
contest with Indiana on September
30.

Michigan wins
two in opener
By LISA GILBERT
The Michigan field hockey team embarked on their 1988 campaign
last weekend, facing three non-conference opponents in St. Louis. This
didn't figure to be an easy task for a young Michigan team.
Nevertheless, the Wolverines rose to the occasion in defeating Chico
State 2-1, Southern Illinois-Carbondale 3-2, and tying St. Louis
University 2-2 in a heated double-overtime battle.
Coach Karen Collins breathed a sigh of relief after the successful
weekend performance. "We were a little bit jittery in the first game, but
after the initial butterflies settled down, I noticed steady improvement in
the next two matches," said Collins.
Against Chico State, sophomore Josee Charvet opened the scoring
with Michigan's first goal of the season 16 minutes into the first
period. Junior Judy Burinskas, last year's second leading scorer;
followed with a goal of her own seven minutes later.
With the addition of four first year players along with the loss of
four seniors from last year's squad, a definite starting line-up has not yet
emerged. Collins has been shuttling players in and out, trying different
people at different positions.
"Hopefully everything will fall into place by the time we open the
Big Ten season October 2 against Michigan State," Collins said. "This
weekend should give us a pretty good indication of where we stand."
Meanwhile, the Wolverines (2-0-1) will hit the road once again
where they will play three top Northeastern teams' in Boston
University, Springfield College and the University of Massachusetts:
Both Boston University and University of Massachusetts are perennial
top twenty teams.,
"We have a lot of work ahead of us in the next couple of days,"
stressed Collins. "Although we still need to make a few minor
adjustments, I think we'll be able to hold our own."

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was grueling for the Wolve
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Saturday to make it
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Ten rival Michigan State.
Weary starters Wendy
Kim Clover, Carla Hunter
Marshall, Julia Sturm and
Ann Davidson were reli
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Mrozinski and Laura
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team as a defensive specialist, but
rts fans, her front skills have improved so
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all team first player off the bench."
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onal in Marshall and other Wolverines
'ictories helped ease the team's fatigue. "We
8-1. were tired, so we played a lot of
rnament different lineups;" said Davis.
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to the Mwerewell-rested, but not enough to
nt Big beat Michigan.
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Raber, Missouri (3-0) and Miami (3-2)
, Karen were good preparation for the
d Marie hectic, upcoming Big Ten season.
eved by "A lot of games to play in a short
fl, Sally time span - a good simulation of
Melvin the Big Ten playing schedule," said
ionship Davis.
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is.
forming as it heads into the Big Ten season.
1 Davis. "The team is looking good so far,"
all high said Davidson. "We've had a couple
ng great of good tournaments now, and we
ined the are playing together as a team."

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