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The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - October 23, 1989 - Page 5

MSU
Illinois 14, Michigan St. 10
EAST LANSING-An MSU
fumble on their own 35 with 1:41
remaining to play led to a Jeff
George pass to Ventson Donelson,
giving Illinois (5-1 overall, 3-0 in
.the Big Ten) a 14-10 victory over
the Spartans.
The Spartans (2-4, 1-2) went
into halftime down 7-0 after a one-
yard George touchdown pass to
tight end Dan Donovan with 11:55
remaining in the first quarter.
But Courtney Hawkings returned
the second half kickoff 85 yards to
the Illinois seven for the Spartans.
Two plays later State scored on a
, .one-yard run by Tico Ducket. MSU
took a 10-7 lead in the fourth
quarter on a 21-yard field goal by
John Langeloh.
Indiana 28, Minnesota 18
BLOOMINGTON, IN-
Anthony Thompson rushed for 216
yards and three touchdowns in
leading Indiana (4-2, 2-1) to a 28-18
:victory over Minnesota.
' Thompson's 58 regular-season
" touchdowns are one short of the
;record set by Army's Glenn Davis
in 1946 and tied by Pittsburgh's
* Tony Dorsett in 1976.
The Gophers (4-2, 2-1) pulled to
V, within 21-18 after a blocked field
goal attempt was returned 98 yards
by Minnesota's Fred Foggie, but
Continued from page 1
goals in two periods against
DePinto before he was replaced by
"Gary Mangino. Brown's first goal
is the one most likely to make the
,team's highlight film. Going one
ion one with a UIC defender, the
}senior center skitted the puck
between the UIC player's legs,
regained possession of the puck and
quickly shot it by DePinto.
"I went right," Brown said, "and
,then brought it (the puck) through
'his feet. I wasn't sure it was going
o come through and as soon as it
FIELD HOCKEY
Continued from page 2
kive the offense a little extra time in
Shooting.
Both games were played with the
intensity of farewell match-ups.
I Senior Judy Burinskas was pulled
late in the loss to Iowa, exhausted
1,nd obviously cramped. Green,

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Indiana scored another touchdown to
clinch the victory.
Ohio St. 21, Purdue 3
COLUMBUS, OH-Carlos
Snow rushed for 149 yards and two
touchdowns for the Buckeyes (4-2,
2-1), who won their second game in
a row for the first time in two
seasons.
Purdue (1-5, 0-3) lost its fifth
straight and has now been outscored
62-0 in the first quarter.
Wisconsin 35, Northwestern 31
MADISON, WI-In the battle
for the Big Ten cellar, Wisconsin
(2-4, 1-2) scored twice in the third
quarter on six and 15-yard runs by
Leon Hunt to defeat Northwestern,
35-31.
-Compiled from staff reports
and the Associated Press

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by John Niyo
Daily Sports Writer
First-year students at the
University of Michigan are usually
overwhelmed with an avalanche of
newfound responsibilities. Mindy
Rowand encountered all those usual
responsibilities plus one more that
was quite unexpected.
Rowand was abruptly thrust
into a starting role on the women's
cross country team soon after she
arrived in Ann Arbor. Serious in-
juries felled the top two runners,
forcing the rookie to the head of the
pack. She's been there ever since.
Rowand's athletic career at
Michigan has been a diary of
success. After she-endured the first-
year leadership pressures, her nat-
ural running talent began to shine
through. By the end of the season
she had firmly planted herself as the
team's leader, narrowly missing
All-Big Ten honors.
"I started off my sophomore
year a little slow," Rowand said.
"But as the season went on I kept
improving. It turned out great."
That greatness carried over to
her junior year when she led the
Wolverines to a seventh-place
showing at the NCAA Champion-
ships. Her fourth-place finish at
last year's Big Ten Championships
followed by a third-place finish at
the NCAA District IV meet
brought Rowand the national recog-
nition that her coach Sue Foster
knew she deserved.
"Mindy will be our team leader.
She is by far one of the best
runners in the nation," Foster said.
But the accolades don't seem to
bother Rowand at all.
"I feel good when I hear things
like that. It tells me that Sue has a
lot of faith and confidence in me,"
Rowand said. "I really don't feel
any pressure from that sort of
thing. I know she's behind me."
Rowand's confidence has helped
her deal with her leadership duties
on the team, while continuing to
concentrate on her own running.
"I don't really think about
'being a team leader' during the
race. It doesn't affect me when I'm

Daily File Photo
Anthony Thompson rushed for 216 yards and three touchdowns Saturday.

Rowand
running. But when the race is over
I have to remember my role,"
Rowand said.
"She's our team captain," team-
mate Jennifer McPeck said. "Every-
body looks to Mindy for support.
She's always there and she's always
positive about everything."
"Everyone needs to know that
you'll be there," Rowand said.
"You also have to be setting a good
example."
Obviously, being positive all
the time can be pretty hard to do, a
problem Rowand faced early this
fall. Her lofty goals and plans for
the season were put on hold by a
hip and groin injuries.
"At the beginning of the season,
I was really getting down on my-
self. Now, I've got things turned
around and everything is clicking,"
Rowand said.
Rowand and the rest of the team
have much to be excited about.
With three invitational' victories
under its belt, the team is heading
into the most meaningful part of
its schedule. The Big Ten Champ-
ionships are coming up this Sat-
urday to be followed by the NCAA
district meet and hopefully a berth
in the national championships.
"Actually I try not to even think
about (the schedule) at all. It helps
to just keep your mind off things,
otherwise you expend too much
energy," Rowand said. "About the
day before, you start to think about
it. And when the toe is on the line
it's scary. But when the gun goes
off and the race starts everything
sort of falls in place."

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did I shot it."
Brown also said Michigan's
forechecking led to the scoring
chances responsible for the
Wolverine victory. "We were
checking them well and that opened
up a lot of room around the net," he
said.
Center Darryl Noren, who scored
all four of the Flame's goals Friday
night, was UIC's only bright spot.
But Belmonte was pleased with
the fewer mental mistakes and
better coverage his team displayed
on Saturday. DePinto, the Flames'
Co-MVP last year, was able to
rebound and hold Michigan score-
less until Copeland's shot. In
addition to Copeland, both DePinto

and Sharples were the heroes of
Saturday's games.
"I relaxed a little more and tried
not to do anything out of
character," DePinto said.
For his part, Sharples turned
away all 27 Flames' shots for his
first shutout since a 9-0 victory
over Ferris State early last season.
He was at his best during the
second period where he made 13
saves and gave Michigan a chance
to win the game going into the
final period.
"I can't let factors outside of my
control effect me," Sharples said. "I
try to play the same whether it's
10-0 or 0-0."

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whose exuberance is always ob-
vious, spent nearly as much time on
the ground as standing in her at-
tempts to keep the net empty.
And joining her on the turf was
fellow senior Sharon Cantor, who
spilled repeatedly in pursuit of the
ball. Playing a pass against Iowa,
she took a ball to the face, and
despite the swelling, never swerved

towards the sideline - she played.
with a ripening black eye against
Northern.
But for all their effort, this
weekend will sour in the post-season
memories of Michigan's departing
seniors.
"It's disappointing because it's
our last home game," Cantor said.
"Walking home, you look back and
know you're never going to see this
again. I just wanted to finish it
winning."

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