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Hockey
vs. Ohio State
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS

Hockey
vs. Ohio State
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

The Michigan Daily
Blue

Monday, November 14, 1988

Pag w
Spikers finally end,

icers

nip

and rip

Ferris State '"

BY TAYLOR LINCOLN
SPECIAL TO THE DAILY
BIG RAPIDS - Heading into
this weekend's series at Ferris State,
Michigan hockey coach Red
Berenson feared that the Wolverines'
recent success would soon end if they
didn't tighten their defense.
This weekend, the defense
tightened.
Rookie goalie Tim Keough, in
his first collegiate start, stopped 11
third-period shots and 27 of 28 shots
in the game as Michigan clung to a
2-1 victory Friday night.
VETERAN goalie Warren
Sharples started Saturday and met
every challenge, posting his second
career shutout as the Wolverines
' won, 9-0.
Two games, one goal against.
Two games, two wins.
"We challanged our team. We're
thinking about playing with some
consistency," Berenson said. "We're
on a little bit of a roll now."
A little bit of a roll? Try seven
wins in the last eight games.
Undefeated in five road games this
year. Second place in the Central
Collegiate Athletic Association. A
chance to move into first place next
weekend. Yeah, things are looking
good.
ON FRIDAY, the Wolverines
staked Keough to a 2-0 lead in the
first period. He didn't receive any
more offensive support, but he didn't
need it.
"Keough made some big saves in
the first period, which set the tone
for the game," Berenson said.
Berenson said he gave Keough the
start to show confidence in him after
his superb relief performance the
previous week helped Michigan gain
a come-from-behind win at Bowling
Green.
Four of Michigan's defenders
could not play Friday due to
suspensions incurred against Bowling
Green, but the improvised Wolverine
defense kept the puck at Ferris
State's end of the ice most of the
night.
"I'm just glad it's over," said
jupior forward Mike Moes, who
- _
HOUSE OF WINGS

shifted to defense for Friday's game.
"Put me back at forward."
SATURDAY night brought the
return of the suspended players and
the return of Warren Sharples to
goal. Previously suspended co-
captains Todd Brost and Myles
O'Connor said a belated hello to the
Bulldogs as Brost scored on an assist
from O'Connor, giving Michigan a
2-0 lead midway through the first
period.
The Wolverines continued to
bombard Ferris goalie Marc Felicio,
ending the first period with a 15-5
shots-on-goal advantage, but were
unable to score further.
Then Felicio's luck ran dry. The
Wolverines scored four second-period
goals and added three more in the
third period as the Wolverines scored
their most decisive victory since they
defeated Bowling Green, 12-3, during
the1984-85 season.
On Saturday, Michigan's line of
Don Stone, Jim Ballantine and
Denny Felsner combined for five
goals and six assists. Stone had a
hat-trick and Felsner, who recorded
seven points in the series, had two
goals and three assists.
"We made a number of miscues
on defense and Michigan capitalized,"
said Ferris State coach John Perpich.
"It's like throwing nine fat pitches
and giving up nine home runs.
"Michigan has a fine team.
They've got good balance and good
speed."
Ferris managed only 17 shots-on-
goal against Sharples. "Ferris just
didn't show up ready to play
tonight," Sharples said. "It was a
quiet night back there."
Michigan hosts Ohio State next
weekend and can move into first
place past Michigan State by
sweeping the last-place Buckeyes.
The Spartans enjoy only a three-
point advantage over the Wolverines
and play nonconference games next
weekend.
"It surprises me how well we've
played on the road," O'Connor said.
"Now we've got to put two games
together at Yost. If we do, we can
jump into first place."
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JESSICA GREENE/Daily
Junior middle hitter Kim Clover does her thing in Saturday
night's win over Iowa. The 15-5, 15-7, 12-15, 15-9 victory
was Michigan's first in the Big Ten this season.
Rice, -M' get preseason
notice from coaches

conferenc
BY STEVEN COHEN
Seven weeks of frustration came
to an end Saturday night when the
Michigan women's volleyball team
defeated the Iowa Hawkeyes for its
first conference victory this year.
When the Wolverines last faced
Iowa, Michigan volleyball coach
Joyce Davis was livid with the team
for its lackluster performance, in
which the Wolverines dropped three
straight games. This time, the
Wolverines were hoping just to play
well.
"Its David versus Goliath," Davis
said before the match.
Watching Michigan dominate
Iowa, it would have been difficult to
confuse the Wolverines with the
little guy and his slingshot.
MICHIGAN won, 15-5, 15-
7,12-15, and 15-9. Michigan's
blocking, best in the Big Ten at 3.15
per game, was awesome. Carla
Hunter and Julia Sturm led the team
with their usually consistent
blocking.
Karen Marshall, Hunter, and
Marie Ann Davidson led the team
with 15, 12, and 10 kills,
respectively. Davidson and Autumn
Collins set up their teammates with
32 and 13 assists. Karen Marshall
and Kristen Lang had 13 and 12 digs
apiece.
"They played with a vengeance.
They played like they had something
to prove," Iowa Coach Sandy Stewart
said. "We were flat, unprepared; we
never really got into the match. We
won the third game but only because
they missed serves."
Stewart felt that the defeat was
more a result of pressure than
overconfidence. "We're playing for
too much - second place in the
conference, an NCAA bid."
DAVIS also gave credit to two
players who have worked hard all
season. "Sally Mrozinski - she
came in and and passed five balls
perfectly - and Julie Marshall."
With the score tied in the final game,
9-9, and Marshall serving, Michigan

oe blues
won four straight points, including
two service aces. ;
"This makes me feel like a:
million dollars because my team is
happy, and we really played well," I
Davis said. "We've played well
before and we weren't able to do it. a
"This team has been through a lot,
- really frustrating losses, great ups
and downs."
Kim Clover said: "We came
together as a team. Everybody played
well."
Karen Marshall said: "We've been
waiting for so long. (This was) the
best feeling we've had as a team."
On Friday, Michigan lost toe
Minnesota.
THE WOLVERINES were
excited to play the Golden Gophers
because their last meeting, at
Minnesota, was a hard-fought four-
game loss. "We scared the hell out of
them," Davis said of that encounter.
This time, Minnesota defeated +
Michigan handily, 15-7, 15-5, 15-10. a
Several unforced errors by Michigan
and a strong offensive attack by,2
Minnesota led to the defeat.
In the third game, the Wolverines ;
showed the character that would carry :
into the Iowa match on Saturday.
Minnesota was serving for the match
at 14-4, but Michigan did not quit.
Keyed by Karen Marshall's diving
dig, the Wolverines narrowed the
score to 14-10, only to lose.
"I thought Michigan played hard,
but they made a lot of unforced ;
errors," Minnesota coach Stephanie
Schleuder said. "We were able to gain
the momentum several times when
we had lost it. We always have
competitive matches with them. I
don't think their record is indicative
(of their talent). I always worry about
facing them.
"I think they are really capable of
being a good team. They just have to
get over the hump and believe they
can win."
Michigan is now 11-19 overall
and 1-13 in the Big Ten.

BY STEVE BLONDER
SPECIAL TO THE DAILY
ROSEMONT, Ill. - From
listening to the Big Ten men's
basketball coaches talk, it would
appear that Michigan, Illinois and
Iowa will be forced to share the top
spot while everyone else battles it
out for fourth place.
"Top to bottom, our conference
is the best one in the country,"
Purdue coach Gene Keady said
Sunday at the annual Big Ten
Basketball Press Conference.
A major discussion topic among
the coaches was the new rule
affecting the eligibility of junior-
college transfers. The rule, which
takes effect next fall, stipulates that
any junior-college transfer who
would have been ineligible at a Big
Ten school under Proposition 48
lose a year of eligibility upon
transferring.

Most Big Ten coaches are
against the rule, saying it puts the
Big Ten at a disadvantage. Those
coaches hope it will be rescinded in
the near future.
"I think it's ridiculous. Discrim-
inatory. The presidents and faculty
reps go off on tangents without
consulting people in the business.
This is not a rule that helps young
men who by choice or otherwise go
to a junior college," Michigan State
coach Jud Heathcote said.
Ohio State coach Gary Williams
said: "The rule is wrong. I don't feel
the Big Ten should be on an island
alone. Players go to a junior college
to get their academics straight."
Others, such as Michigan coach
Bill Frieder, disagree.
"To say 'it's unfair for the Big
Ten to implement the rule is unfair.
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