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vs. Minnesota
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Varsity Arena

Wednesday, October 25, 1989

Women's Swimming
Maize and Blue intrasquad
Friday, 5 p.m.
Canham Natatorium

The Michigan Daily

Pago 11

CCHA Scorecard

: Standings
MICHIGAN (3-0-1) 3 0 1 7
Lake Superior (3-1-0) 3 1 0 6
Ohio State (3-1-0) 3 1 0 6
W. Michigan (4-0-0) 2 0 0 4
Michigan State (2-2-0) 2 2 0 4
Bowling Green (2-2-0) 1 1 0 2
Ferris State (1-3-0) 1 3 0 2
SMiami (0-3-1) 0 1 1 1
Illinois-Chicago (0-4-0) 0 4 0 0
Friday's results
MICHIGAN 9, Illinois-Chicago 4
Lake Superior 7, Miami 2
Bowling Green 9, Ohio State 6
Michigan State 9, Ferris State 3
Western Michigan 10, Michigan-Dearbon 2
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Talent is not Blue
netresltsspikers' problem

Saturday's results
MICHIGAN 1, Illinois 0
Lake Superior 4, Miami 3
Ohio State 5, Bowling Green 3
Ferris State 5, Michigan State 2
Western Michigan 7, Michigan-Dearbon 4

Don Oliver, Ohio St.
Eddie Choi, Ohio St.
Derek Higdon, Ohio St.
Jim Dowd, LSSU
Kip Miller, Mich. St.
Darryl Noren, UIC
Dwayne Norris, MSU
Pat Murray, MSU
Chuck Wiegand, FSU
N. Emerson, BGSU
Paul Polillo, WMU
N. Krumpschmid, FSU
Brandon Reed, LSSU
Rob Laurie, WMU I
Mike Power, WMU I
Vito Mazzoli, Miami
Jason Muzzatti, MSU?
D. Madeley, LSSU
Mike Bales, Ohio St.4
John Burke, BGSU I
Jamie Stewart, MSU l

Friday's games
MICHIGAN at Lake Superior
Ferris State at Ohio State
Illinois-Chicago at Michigan State
Bowling Green at Western Michigan
Alabama-Huntsville at Miami
Saturday's games
MICHIGAN at Lake Superior
Ferris State at Ohio State
Illinois-Chicago at Michigan State
Bowling Green at Western Michigan
Alabama-Huntsville at Miami

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by Ryan Schreiber
Daily Sports Writer
As the Big Ten schedule reaches
its halfway point, the Michigan
women's volleyball team does not
appear to be making any headway in
the standings. Sporting an 0-9 con-
ference record, the Wolverines are
still searching for a cure for their
last-place woes.
The team, however, does not
suffer from a lack of talent. For in-
stance, senior Kim Clover constant-
ly spikes quick sets from sophomore
Autumn Collins, driving the ball
with force. Junior Julia Sturm's
powerful service game has given the
team aces time and again. Both out-
side hitter Karen Marshall and frosh
phenom Hayley Lorenzen provide
team leadership with their outstand-
ing play.
But the team lacks the intensity
and the concentration to compete in
the Big Ten.
Michigan's weekend loss to Pur-
due, the conference's second-worst
team, exemplifies the Wolverines'
lack of intensity and concentration.
On the previous evening, Michigan
lost to a tough Illinois team, but
played well throughout the match.
They played against the Illini with

exhilaration and executed with
authority, but were just plain out-
played by a better team.
However, both Illinois coach
Mike Hebert and Michigan coach
Joyce Davis agreed that the Wolver-
ines would handle Purdue with ease
if they played at a similar level the
next night.
That did not happen.
INSTEAD, Michigan came out
sluggish and sloppy, allowing 13
aces in the match, committing 10
ball handling errors, and playing
down to the level of their com-
Michigan obviously had the more
talented team, hitting more effect-
ively than the Boilermakers. In fact,
the Wolverine attack percentage of
.284 was better than Purdue's paltry
But, the Michigan digs and
passes were not of a normal caliber,
with stray shots leading to Purdue
points left and right. The game
scores were close, with Purdue
winning three of four, but Mich-
igan's small mental errors led to big

differences in the match, adding up
to another Wolverine loss.
During the course of the season,
Michigan has given up strings of
points that buryvany hopes for a
Wolverine victory. Twice against
Purdue, Michigan allowed more than
six points off one service. Once, the
Wolverines fell behind 10-0 in a
game against Western Michigan. Ill-
inois rolled off eight straight points
in the second game against Mich-
In all of these games, the
Wolverines came back strong, even
taking that game against Western.
But in none of the matches did
Michigan emerge victorious.
Western Michigan coach Robert
Buck said: "If Michigan could play
with this much spirit , they would
be in the middle of the Big Ten
If Michigan played every game as
if it were against the Big Ten leader,
then the Wolverines would not be
cellar dwellers, but, at the very least,
a middle-of-the-road Big Ten team.

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