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Paige 2 -- The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - September 25, 1989
Michigan
Sports
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events
and information for the upcoming week.
Monday, September 25
Hockey season ticket sales begin at the Michigan athletic
ticket office, 1000 South State Street. Tickets may be purchasl for
$65.
Tuesday, September 26
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, September 27
No events scheduled.
Thursday, September 28
Field Hockey vs. Central Michigan at Tartan Turf, 7 p.m.
Board In Control of Intercollegiate Athletics meeting in
the Crisler Arena Lounge, 4:30 p.m.
Friday, September 29
Men's and Women's Cross Country at the Eastern
Michigan Invitational, time to be announced.
Volleyball at Iowa, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, September 30
Football vs. Maryland at Michigan Stadium, 1 p.m.
Field Hockey vs. Ohio State, 11 a.m.
Men's Rugby vs. Oldtimers at Mitchell Field, 1 p.m.
Women's Cross Country 10-kilometer run fundraiser at
Ferry Field, 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, October 1
Field Hockey vs. Ohio University, 11 a.m.
Volleyball at Minnesota, 7:30 pm.

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by John Niyo
Daily Contributor

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women's x-country

Penn State seemed to always cross the finish
line just in front of Michigan's runners last
Saturday. By doing so, the Nittany Lions came
away with the women's team title at-the Western
Ontario Cross Country Invitational spoiling the
debut of a new, healthier Wolverine squad
"They just seemed to be right in front of us,"
head coach Sue Foster said. "I was basically
pleased with the way the team ran, but obviously
we were upset we didn't win. It was very close."
Team scores showed how close the meet
really was. Penn State had 68 points while

Michigan was right on their heels with 70
points. The host school, Western Ontario,
finished third with 81 points but the rest of the
14 team field was far behind. Eastern Michigan
was fourth with 158 points.
The meet was the first of the season for two
of the squad's top seven performers. All-Big Ten
runner Mindy Rowand and highly-touted
freshman Molly McClimmon were both beset by
preseason injuries and were unable to run in the
Kansas Relays. Rowand picked up right where
she left off last year, leading all Michigan
runners and finishing fourth overall.
"Molly was impressive. That was really good

for her first race of the year," Foster said.
Next for the Wolverines was senior Jennifer
McPeck in eighth place. For McPeck, the meet
was a homecoming of sorts.
"Jennifer is from London, Ontario so she
knows a lot of people there. She was really fired
up about this meet and she ran a very strong race
for us," Foster said.

Foster also made special mention of the
performance of junior Amy Bannister. Bannister
crossed the finish line in 17th place even though
she was unable to practice Thursday or Friday.
The Wolverines will be in action again this
Friday at the Eastern Michigan Invitational in
Ypsilanti.

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Miami (Fla)
Nebraska
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Michigan
Colorado
Clemson
Arkansas
West Virginia
Syracuse
Washington
USC
Pittsburgh
Tennessee
Alabama
Oklahoma
Houston
North Carolina State
Washington State
Illinois
Texas A&M
Oxegon
Arizona
UCLA
Ohio State

deb. Michigan State, 21-13
def. Missouri, 38-7
def. Minnesota, 48-0
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def. UCLA, 24-23
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def. Maryland, 31-7
de. Mississippi, 24-17
def. Louisville, 30-21
lost to Pittsburgh, 30-23.
lost to Arizona, 21-7
deL. Ohio State, 42-3
deb. Syracuse, 30-23
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def. Kentucky, 15-3
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def. Arizona State, 31-7
def. North Carolina, 40-6
def. Wyoming, 29-23
del. Utah State, 41-2
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lost to Stanford, 18-17
def. Washington, 21-17
lost to Michigan 24-23
lost to USC, 42-3

at Purdue
at Michigan State
vs. Oregon State
at Tennessee
vs. Maryland
at Washington
at Duke
vs. Texas-El Paso
vs. Pittsburgh
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vs. Colorado
at Washington State
at West Virginia
vs. Auburn
at Vanderbilt
at Kansas
vs. Temple
vs. Kent State
vs. USC
idle
vs. So. Mississippi
vs. Arizona
at Oregon
vs. California
vs. Boston College

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San Francisco's Joe Montana scrambles away from an Eagles defender yesterday as the 49'ers defeated Philadelphia, 38-28.

Bears top
PONTIAC, MI (AP) - Barry
Sanders has decided it's not worth
the price to make a fashion
statement in the NFL.
Sanders, the Detroit Lions prize
rookie running back who won the
Heisman Trophy last year at
Oklahoma State, appeared well on
his way to a 200-yard game Sunday
against Chicago.
But he suffered a hip pointer
early in the third quarter and didn't

Lions, 47-27, despite Sanders

"I learned today that you need
them. I'll wear them from now
on."
Lions coach Wayne Fontes said
Sanders probably could have gone
back into the game, but he wasn't
taking any chances with "the
franchise" in a game that was
already out of hand.
"It was a direct shot from the
hip," Sanders said. "It just kept
getting stiffer and stiffer. I wanted

Detroit Lions.
Tomczak, who had completed
only 40 percent of his passes this

season, kept Chicago unbeaten,
completing 17 of 25 for a career-
high 302 yards in the Bears' 47-27
rout of the winless Lions.

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Associate Editors
Steve Blonder
Mike Gill

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