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Field Hockey
vs. Ohio State
Saturday, 11 a.m.
Tartan Turf

SPORTS

Football
vs. Maryland
Saturday,1 p.m.
Michigan Stadium

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The Michigan Daily,

Friday, September 29, 1989

Page 1(o

Michigan looking for

'frosh'
by Todd Drucker
Daily Contributor
With its top three
shirted for the season
Warhurst's men's crosst
enters today's Easter
Invitational still boast
first year class.
Without redshirteds
Barquist, Jeff Barnett
Tony Carna, this year's
to be missing the kin
needed to win a Big Ter
ship. Warhurst is wella
fact, and intends to sp
maturing a crop of pr
year runners, the mos
which appears to be;
from Monroe, Michigan
Sweat ran the third
verine time at the Ka
tional on Sept.16a
clocking the fastest Wo
at the Michigan Interc
Kalamazoo last weekend

start at EMU
Warhurst seems to be quite laid
back about the Invitational on Fri-
runners red- day. "We're not real concerned about
coach Ron team scores. We have seven fresh-
country team man running very well, and this year
n Michigan they'll get a lot of experience," he
ing a strong said.
Compounding the Wolverines
seniors Brad lack of depth on Friday will be the
and junior absence of senior Darrel Eddie. The
team seems rough downhill course at EMU, in
nd of talent addition to a nagging leg injury, will
n Champion- force Eddie to sit out of the race.
aware of this The focus of this year's team,
end the year however, seems to be on the prog-
omising first ress of the rookies, and the prospect
t talented of of teaming them next year with the
Sean Sweat three proven runners who have been
n. redshirted for the sole purpose of
fastest Wol- stacking the team next year.
saknthtemnxyer ofatsvi"Those three runners," says War-
insas Invita- hurst, "along with a couple of this
as well as year's top freshman, with a year
lverine time under their belts, should make us
ollegiates in one of the Big Ten's very best teams
in 1990."

Stickers all tied up
at home opener

by Matt Rennie
Daily Sports Contributer
Head coach Patti Smith and her
Wolverine field hockey team had
hoped to open their home season in
a big way. Instead, they played to a
sluggish 2-2 tie against the
Chippewas of Central Michigan.
The tie brought their record to 4-3-2.
Michigan's Patti Farley opened
the scoring with a goal at 15:21 of
the first half. The goal came off a
sharp pass from Sharon Cantor. The
Wolverines remained ahead, 1-0, at
the end of the first half, but after
7:46 of the second, Casey O'Leary
evened the count for the Chippewas.
The roof really seemed to come
down on the Wolverines when Jill
Young rattled the cage less than five
minutes later.
The team didn't give up, though.
Ilene Meadows answered 2:18 later
for her first goal of the season.
Neither team managed to find the net
for the remainder of the game,
despite several opportunities for
both. Michigan senior goalkeeper
Joanne Green came up with some
big saves to keep the score even.
"We seemed a step behind all
night long," said Smith. "We let
them dictate the style of game. I was
disappointed that we didn't execute
some of the simple skills like I
thought we would. It was en-
couraging that we could come back
in limited time, though. That
showed some character."
1 dIX XX X X U

THE WOLVERINES stay
home this weekend when they fac
Ohio State at 11:00 on Saturday anA
Ohio University at 10:00 Sunday.
Both games will be held at Tartan
Turf. The Ohio State game is an 0m-
portant one for Michigan, especially
coming off last night's performance.
"It means a lot. We have to play
harder and pass sharper. We also
have to show where we stand in the
conference," said Smith.
The Buckeyes are winless in tw4
games in the Midwest Collegiate
Field Hockey Conference, but they
have an overall record of 4-4. Their
offensive problems of last season,
when they scored only 22 goals in
21 games, have continued this year,
but head coach Karen Weaver sces
some improvement. "
"We're definitely getting more
shots," she said. "I'd like to see us
improve our short passing gatne
give-and-go types of situations. We
also need better positioning, but our
opportunities have increased."
One of the keys to beating Ohio
State is containing Kim Finlayson,
the Buckeyes' leading scorer and
second-team All-Big Ten last season.
"Kim's been here three years, and
she's been very consistent. She's
really been showing some leadership
this year."
Michigan hopes to avenge last
season, when they were beaten and
tied by the Buckeyes.
"Hey, this is Michigan versus
Ohio State," said Weaver. "I know
they'll be ready."
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JUIUE HOLLMAN/Daiy
Michigan's Ilene Meadows and a Central Michigan defender battle for a
loose ball during Thursday night's match. The two teams tied 2-2.

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