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Field Hockey
vs. Iowa
Friday, 3 p.m.
Tartan Turf

SPORTS
Wednesday, October 18, 1989

Volleyball
vs. Illinois
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Varsity Arena

A~h. Michigan Daily

Page 9'

Quast heads Hawkeye's
quest for defensive success

by Bryce Miller
Daily Iowan
On a team lacking heroes,
linebacker Brad Quast is drawing a
lot of attention.
The only returning Hawkeye
football player from last season's all
Big Ten team is well aware that
people are watching him and the
microscopic examination should
continue.
Although Iowa is coming off a
*disappointing 6-4-3 campaign, that
team had names that people clung
to. Hartlieb, Cook, Mott, and a host
of other proven performers grabbed
pre-season clippings and lofty praise.
This team has Quast. Period.
Running back Tony Stewart
recorded over 1,000 yards last
season, the most ever by an Iowa
sophomore. Center Bill Anderson is
considered one of the best in the Big
*Ten and Jeff Koeppel is a very steady
nose guard.
The defensive secondary is
experienced and talented.
But Quast is getting all the ink;
this story being no exception.
"I know that everyone is talking
about me," Quast said. "But I can't
let that bother me. I've got more
important things to worry about.
9 "People are saying that we aren't
going to finish in the Big Ten's

upper division. That's bullshit. A
lot of people are giving Michigan
the title. We've got to show them
that they're wrong."
Quast has proven people wrong
before.
After a recurring neck injury put
Quast on the sidelines early last
year, doctors were telling the senior
from Des Plaines, Illinois that he
might not play football again.

seasons at Iowa. He also owns the
season and career interception records
for an Iowa linebacker.
He had four last year, seven for
his career.
This year he has 12 unassisted
tackles and has assisted on 16 tackles
in Big Ten games. He is tied for
third in the Big Ten with an average
of 11 tackles per game, including
non-conference games.
"Obviously Brad is the shining
light from an experience standpoint,
an accomplishment standpoint re-
turning," stated Iowa head coach
Hayden Fry.
"He's a bona fide all-American
candidate at linebacker. He's certain-
ly in that category with (former Iowa
all-American) Larry Station."
And there is agreement around the
conference.
"He's a great player," said
Michigan coach Bo Schembechler.
"He's a hard nosed kid and he gets
the job done. I know he's one of the
best in the conference if not in the
nation."
The rest of the league's coaches
have echoed Schembechler's view.
That means quite a bit when the Big
Ten boasts some of the best
linebacking talent in the country, led
by Michigan State all-American
Percy Snow.

i

Qluast
"They were saying I was done,"
Quast said. "I couldn't imagine not
playing football. I just wanted to get
back on the field."
He did.
Quast is averaging over 100
tackles (321 total) in his three

Michigan's Don Stone reaches for a loose puck during last night's game vs. Wester
led by Denny Felsner's two goals, came from behind to win 8-4.
Moes, Kramer seal

JOSE JUAREZ/Daiiy
n Ontario. The Wolverines,
victory

Women's
by Jeni Durst
Daily Sports Contributer

rugby to close fall season

As the Michigan women's rugby
club (2-3-3) finishes up a tough fall
schedule, there are still important
matches to be played before the
club's winter season begins in
January.
On October 21, the Wolverines
will be one of nine clubs
participating in the Midwest Club
Championship Tournament at
Purdue.
The Wolverines will have a chance
to further bolster their fall record
when they host the University of
Chicago, MSU, and Ohio State for
the last matches of the fall schedule
on October 28.
The winter season promises a
return of many past players and the
team hopes to add a lot of interested

newcomers.
Sheila Edsall, who splits her
time between coach and player, will
again lead the squad for the fourth
consecutive season. She is assisted
by the president since 1986, K.C.
Beamish, and the team's "first lady,"
Liz Rolla, who sets up all the
matches.
These three are backed by a
company of players including fly-
half, or midfielding star, Sue
Crowley, and Erika Wolf, who is a
key on defense. Back also are the
teams two high-scorers, Kathy Howe
and Tasha Wesland.
Adding to the squad's
aggressiveness is P.J. Fellows , who
boasts two years experience at the
prop position. A dimension from the
team will be missing, though, with
the departure of the team's top ball

handler Lisa Ruby, who recently quit
the squad. This gap could be filled
by a promising newcomer from
London, England, Maria Stewart.
As the newest addition to the team
Stewart has nothing but good things
to say about her involvement so far.
She feels the squad's closeness and
great social atmosphere has given
her a niche at such a large
university.
"We are one of the closer knit
teams on the circuit", Stewart said.
The team hopes that Stewart will
not be alone this winter in her
newcomer position.
A mass meeting will be held for
women interested in becoming a part
of the squad after the home game
October 28 and another will be held
in January before the winter season
gets under way.

by Andrew Gottesman
Daily Hockey Writer
After two sluggish periods, the
Michigan hockey team erupted for
-four goals while allowing none in
the final period to defeat Western
Ontario, 8-4, last night in an
exhibition game at Yost Ice Arena.
Leading the third period defensive
clamp down was sophomore Tim
Keough, who started his first game
of the year in goal for the
Wolverines.
"That's the kind of third period
we have to play," said Michigan,
head coach Red Berenson. "He
(Keough) made some good saves in
the second period and kept us in the
game at that time."
"All their goals were fluke
goals," Keough said. "They didn't
get any real good hard goals."
The game was tied, 4-4, when co-
captain Mike Moes scored at 3:25 of
the third period. Only 11 seconds
later, Ted Kramer took a pass from

Don Stone to give Michigan a 6-4
lead.
"Those two quick goals took a
little bit of wind out of our sails,"
said Western Ontario head coach
Barry Martinelli.
Late goals by Dan Stiver and
Denny Felsner, his second of the
game, sealed the victory.
"(The third period) was definitely
our best period so far," said
defenseman Doug Evans.
However, the Wolverines did not
look as strong in the first two
frames. After Michigan right-winger
Mike Helber scored at 2:09 of the
first period, the Wolverines allowed
two unanswered goals in the first
period and another in the second
before the Michigan offense got
started.
At 9:44, Western Ontario's Peter
Jeffrey took a shot that
knuckleballed into the upper right
corner of the goal. And at 17:28,
with Keough sprawled on the ice

after a save, left-winger Tom Miszuk
put the loose puck in the net for his
first of two goals.
The Western rampage continued
into the second period, when at 1:24,
Miszuk chipped in a pass from Doug
Jones on a power play for his second
goal.
Down 3-1, Moes scored his first
goal at 10:42. But Western answered
with a Todd Humphrey slapshot.
Don Stone began the comeback
with a power play goal at 14:12,
which was followed by Denny
Felsner's shorthanded goal two
minutes later to tie the score at four.
"The whole team started off
slow," Moes said. "The tying goal
gave the team a lift."
And the Wolverines completed
the comeback in the third period
with Moes' second goal. "Moes' line
(Moes, Kramer and Don Stone)
played hard," Berenson said. "They
had that one shift there that really
gave us a lift."

CCHA Scorecard

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Scoring
NAME
Paul Polillo, WMU
DENNY FELSNER, Mich
Eddie Choi, Ohio St.
Nelson Emerson, BGSU
Mike Posma, WMU
Gordie Frantti, WMU
Kip Miller, Mich. St.
Mark Potvin, BGSU
Jim Dowd, LSSU
Brett Harkins, BGSU

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Goaltending
NAM
Vito Mazzoli, Miami
John Burke, BGSU
Mike Bales, Ohio St.
Brandon Reed, LSSU
W. SHARPLES, Mich
Rob Laurie, WMU
Mike Power, WMU
Jason Muzzatti, MSU
Darrin Madeley, LSSU
Mark Michaud, Miami

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1.50
2.00
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2.79
2.88
3.00
3.00
3.37
4.09
4.94

Standings
TEAM (OVERALL)
Ohio State (2-0-0)
Western Michigan (2-0-0)
MICHIGAN (1-0-1)
Lake Superior (1-1-0)
Michigan State (1-1-0)
Miami (0-1-1)
Bowling Green (1-1-0)
Ferris State (0-2-0)
Illinois-Chicago (0-2-0)

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Pts.
4
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2
2
1
0
0
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Friday's results
MICHIGAN 2, Miami 2 (OT)
Lake Superior 4, Michigan State 3 (OT)
Ohio State 5, Illinois-Chicago 2
Western Michigan 8, Ferris State 3
Northern Michigan 6, Bowling Green 5
Saturday's results
MICHIGAN 7, Miami 4
Michigan State 4, Lake Superior 3
Ohio State 6, Illinois-Chicago 2
Western Michigan 7, Ferris State 3
Bowling Green 8, Northern Michigan 2

Friday's games
MICHIGAN at Illinois-Chicago
Michigan State at Ferris State
Miami at Lake Superior
Bowling Green at Ohio State
(OT) Michigan-Dearborn at Western Michigan
Saturday's games
MICHIGAN at Illinois-Chicago
Michigan State at Ferris State
Miami at Lake Superior
Ohio State at Bowling Green
Michigan-Dearborn at Western Michigan

National Media Poll
1. Michigan State
2. Harvard
3. Boston College
4. Minnesota
5. Lake Superior
6. Providence
7. Wisconsin
8. Northern Michigan
9. Maine
10. Bowling Green

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