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Field Hockey
vs. Central Michigan
Sept. 28
Tartan Turf



Saturday, 8 p.m.



The Michigan Daily

Thursday, September 21, 1989

Page 10


State sweeps spikers
in conference opener

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by Jeff Sheran
Daily Sports Writer
4rhe Michigan women's
volleyball team began its Big Ten
s. season with a loss last night, as
Michigan State served the Wolver-
ines a 15-7, 15-13, 15-9 sweep.
It was an ugly loss, according to
coach Joyce Davis. Though she said
the Wolverines played at a high
enough level to win, team lapses in
crucial areas sealed their defeat.
Defense was the key to the
Michigan's loss. The Wolverines
were ranked third nationally in
blocking heading into the match, and
Davis remarked that the key to
winning was indeed blocking well.
After the match, she maintained
her stance, stating that her team lost
because of poor blocking. She also
cited a lack of communication on the
court as a pivotal deficiency.
The Wolverines committed a
plethora of unforced errors.
Capitalizing on such mistakes was
Spartan junior Becky Belanger.
Just as expected, Belanger owned
the court, notching six kills in each
of the first two games, and five in
the third. "She did what she wanted.
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We didn't contain her at all," said
Michigan coach Joyce Davis.
Jill Krumm accounted for much
of the Michigan State offense as
well, scoring 13 kills herself.
Complementing the two frontliners
was setter Susan Coscarelly, who
averaged 18 assists per game.
Karen Marshall spearheaded the
Michigan offense. She and Belanger
tied for the most kills with 17.
"Marshall was their team leader. She
gave us some trouble," said Spartan
coach Ginger Mayson.
Setter Autumn Collins, who
suffered from the flu all week, played
the entire match for Michigan. Davis
had expected to use first-year backup
Tarnisha Thompson, but Collins
was "performing well," and Davis
saw no reason to shake up the team
by replacing the setter.
The only first-year player to see
action was 6'1" Hayley Lorenzen,
whom Davis inserted for added size.
Lorenzen first entered the match in
the second game, with Michigan
State leading 14-9.
"I put her in in a pressure
situation and she really pleased me
with her performance," Davis said.
In her first two plays, Lorenzen
recorded two kills.
Davis redshirted newwrecruit
Kathy Drobitch earlier this week.
The Wolverines travel to Iowa on
September 29 and Minnesota on Oct
1. They return home October 6 to
host Indinn

UCLA dominated hoops,
but not the gridiron, too
by David Hyman
Daily Sports Writer
At one time or another, all of you have lost your attention in History,
Political Science or Psychology lecture. You then begin to think about
how much fun you had at the bar last night, how much work you have,
the game on Saturday or of your high school friends.
Now, its my turn to ramble on with some observations in the current
sports world.
I still find it hard to believe Michigan was the first team ever to win
the Rose Bowl and NCAA Championship in the same year. Where was
the Bruin football team when John Wooden led Kareem, Walton and the
rest to 10 out of 12 championships in a row?...Can you believe Mark
Spitz is trying to make the '92 Olympic team. Isn't this guy collecting
Social Security yet?
Did anybody catch the Tigers on Channel Four last Friday night? A
station should break its television contract when a team is 27 games out
of first place! ...I guess training camp is immaterial when you are an
exceptional athlete like Barry and Deion Sanders. They were able to miss
all the excitement of two-a-day practices and still collect a fat contract and
become stars in their first weeks in the league.
Speaking of Deion, did you notice who was chasing him on his way
to the endzone in the first week. Mark Messner. Yes, our No. 60....And
Tony Mandarich has yet to play a down. Forget about all his talk and
nonsense, this guy can block (and eat) and Green Bay thinks he needs
more time. What does he need more time for?....How much do all those
yardage statistics in football really mean? The Giants have given up the
most passing yards but are tied for first place with as 2-0 record.
For all those baseball fans, wouldn't it be great to see a World Series
game played under the blue sky and sunshine at Wrigley! Forget it. The
Giants will be too strong if the Cubbies hold on.... Wasn't it Darryl
Strawberry who attacked his team, saying the Mets had no spirit or desire
to win a few months ago? Holding true to his words, look who had to be
called out of the clubhouse in the top of the ninth with bases loaded
Monday night, representing the tying run.
Getting back.to the gridiron, how does Michigan Stadium average over
105,000 when the two signs outside the north and south sides proclaim
seating capacity of 101,701?


Kristen Lang volleys against Michigan State last night. Michigan sports
an 0-1 record in the Big Ten after dropping three straight games to the
Spartans, 15-7, 15-13, 15-9, at the new Varsity Arena.


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