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Men's Tennis
Walk-On Tournament
,Registration, Today-Friday, 1-3 p.m.
Varsity Tennis Courts

dSPORTS
Wednesday, September 14, 1988

Men's Volleyball
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Today, 7 p.m.
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The Michigan Daily

Page 9

Volleyball team drops three
straight games to lose match

BY ADAM BENSON
Eastern Michigan's women's
volleyball team came back from a 2-
6 deficit in games to defeat
Michigan, 3-2, in a match played
Tuesday night.
The loss spoiled the Wolverines'
first match in Crisler Arena and
dropped their season record to 8-2.
Michigan was a step ahead of
Eastern in the first two games.
Everywhere the Hurons hit the ball,
the Wolverines were set to return it.
Marie Ann Davidson, Julia Strun,
and Karen Marshall served up 13 of
the 15 points in that game.
Marshall and Davidson continued
to serve well in the second game, but
the Wolverines fell behind, 12-8.
Then Kim Clover joined the parade
of hot servers, getting three straight
points.
With the score tied at 12,
Eastern's top server, Kim Relyea,
had a chance to put the Wolverines
away, but outside hitter Karen '
Marshall's dig stopped the Hurons'
attack and the Wolverines took back

the serve. Davidson went on serve
three straight points for a 15-13
victory.
The Wolverines appeared on the
verge of another comeback in the
third game. The Hurons, at 14-6,
were a point away from winning this
game, but Michigan stormed back
with seven straight points.
Then Huron star Roxanne Munch
began to come alive. The third game
became almost an individual dual
between Munch and Michigan's
Wendy Raber, as the two players
were making spectacular blocks,
digs, and kills. Munch, on her third
try, served a winner and the Hurons
pulled out a slim victory.
"In the third game I was trying to
be aggressive and keep our team in
the game," Raber said. "We were on
the comeback, so I wanted to put the
ball down and get the point right
away."
Huron coach Nona Richardson
said: "We started getting our passing
together and we were able to run
multiple offenses. We had nice

defense as well and started playing a
better all-around game."
Munch was unstoppable in the
fourth game, putting the Hurons up,
7-0. Raber came back with a soft tap
over the net for the first Michigan
point, and later served two winners to
narrow the Hurons' lead, but Munch
responded with two big kills, each
winning back the serve for the
Hurons. With the score at 14-7,
Munch served up the final point to
tie up the match.
"This was our coach's first game,
and we really wanted to win," Munch
said. "We dug down deep, and
Michigan seemed to tire out. We
took advantage of making them run
for shots."
The final game was all Eastern.
"We passed the ball well the first
two games, but then we had we had
some trouble getting it to the target
spot we wanted to generate the
offense from. If you can't pass the
ball, you can't hit the ball, and you
lose serve," Michigan coach Joyce
Davis said.

Toronto pounds Detroit, 9-1

ROBIN LOZNAK/DOiy
Michigan volleyball player Karen Marshall attempts to return volley last night against
Eastern Michigan. Marshall led the Wolverines with 15 kills.

TORONTO, Ontario (AP) -
Jesse Barfield hit a grand slam and
Ernie Whitt hit a two-run homer
Tuesday night as Toronto routed
slumping Detroit, 9-1.
The Tigers lost for the 18th time

in 22 games and fell 4 1/2 games
behind Boston in the American
League East. Detroit led the division
by four games Aug. 12.
Winner Dave Stieb (13-8) gave
up six hits in seven-plus innings in

his first decision since Aug. 22. He
struck out four and walked two.
Ted Power (5-7) was tagged for
five runs on seven hits in 2 1/3
innings.

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