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

SPORTS

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

The Michigan Daily Friday, October 20, 1989 Page 11

Somebody has to win: 'M'
spikers face lowly Purdue

by Jeff Sheran
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan volleyball team
concludes the first half of its Big
Ten season this weekend when it
hosts Illinois tonight and Purdue
tomorrow night.
The Wolverines (5-10 overall,
0-7 in the Big Ten) face an Illinois
team (13-3, 5-2) that not only
ion the Big Ten title last year,
but did so with a record of 18-0.
Illinois is currently tied with
Wisconsin for third in the Big
Ten.
Spearheading the Illini attack
are junior Laura Bush (.403) and
senior Nancy Brookhart (.400),
who respectively lead the con-
ference in hitting percentage. Mi-
chigan's Kim Clover (.307) ranks
fifth.
Hitting Percentage, however, is
a- category that illuminates the
difference between the two op-
-ponents. Illinois tops the league
in hitting percentage with a .294
;'ark, whereas Michigan rounds
out the list at .169.
Such disparate statistics do not
faze Wolverine head coach Joyce
Davis, however. "The conference
is really tight from top to bottom.
On any night, anything can
happen. It's really unpredictable,"
Davis said.
Purdue, on the other hand, is
tied for last place with the
Wolverines. They, too are in

search of their first conference Big
Ten victorv.

Defense:
by Eric Lemont
Daily Hockey Writer
The Michigan hockey team hopes to improve
on its 1-0-1 start when it takes on an evenly-
matched University of Illinois at Chicago team.
Both coaches preach defense as the key to the
weekend's matches.
"We have to play well defensively, said
Michigan head coach Red Berenson. "We are
going to win games when we give up three goals
or less on the road."
Last year, the Wolverines had a better record
on the road than at home and Berenson feels the
team is confident going into their second of three
consecutive series away from Yost Ice Arena. He
said the players "know we can win on the road.
We're going in with a determined confidence."
With the loss of Sheldon Gorski, the nation's
leading goal scorer last year, UIC also finds itself
relying on its defense. The Flames return
goaltender Dave Depinto, last year's team co-
MVP, as well as all of their defensemen.

is

key

"Their strength is DePinto," said Berenson.
"They lean on him a lot."
UIC head coach Val Belmonte, whose team
lost seven offensive players from last year's
squad said: "We're a little inexperienced up front
but our goaltending and defensemen are really a
solid core for us."
The Flames (0-2) opened their season with a
sluggish performance last weekend when they
dropped two straight to Ohio State. The
Buckeyes finished in 8th place last year.
But neither Berenson nor Belmonte are
placing much importance on the Flames' two
losses.
"It was a disappointing weekend," Belmonte
said. "We did not prepare well mentally. I think
we were resting back on last year's laurels."
Although losing 5-2 and 6-2 to Ohio State,
UIC did play well in the two games, outshooting
the Buckeyes, 70-43. Berenson feels the losses
were mostly the result of the Flames running
into a hot goaltender in Mike Bales. This is

similar to the way Mark Michaud helped Miami
of Ohio to a tie against Michigan last Friday
night, 2-2.
"We were the better team," Berenson said,
"but their goalie was the difference," referring to
Michigan's games against Miami. "I was
surprised that Ohio State won both games, but
they (UIC) had 45 shots (in the second game).
That's a lot of shots for a visiting team."
Because off their third-place CCHA finish last
year, Berenson expects UIC to pick up their level
of play this weekend against Michigan, last
year's fourth place finisher. "I know Chicago
will bounce back," he said. "I don't know when
they lost three in a row."
A look through last year's schedule shows the
Flames did not lose three consecutive games. In
addition, UIC took two out of four games from
the Wolverines last year. The other two games
went to overtime with Michigan gaining a win
and a tie.

against

UIc

Clover
In their quest for a win, the
Boilermakers feature star senior
Debbie McDonald. McDonald
ranks third behind Bush and
Brookhart with a .338 hitting
percentage. She also holds the
league lead in kills per game with
5.07.
Davis feels that winning is not
the only concern this weekend.
"I'm not that distressed - we
look to improve on our 10th place
finish, and we can still do that,"
she said.
"We need to have each goal
met every night for a ten-star
performance. We've had nights
where we did five or six areas
great, but one or two killed us."

M' field hockey set

for doubleheader

by Jamie Burgess
Daily Sports Writer
The Wolverine stickers begin a
season-ending stint of five con-
ference games this weekend, meeting
Iowa today and the Northern Illinois
Huskies on Sunday at Tartan Turf.
This weekend's doubleheader pits
Michigan against two teams with
something to prove. Both have
already beaten the Wolverines, and
are fighting for the Midwest Col-
legiate conference championship.
Yet despite the Hawkeyes' tie for
first, they aren't taking the underdog
Wolverines lightly. "I think Mich-

igan gained a lot of confidence down
here in a game they lost by only 3-
1," Iowa coach Beth Beglian said.
"That's one of our closest conference
scores this year."
Iowa threatens with Erica Rich-
ards, who has consistently led the
conference in scoring, and Kristy
Gleason, who filled the net with four
goals against Michigan State earlier
in the season. Combine Iowa's
potent offense with Michigan's sur-
render of three penalty corners for
every two of their own, and Friday
afternoon could prove a long one for
the Wolverine defense.

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