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vs. Bowling Green
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena
The Michigan Daily


vs. Purdue
Saturday, 1 p.m.
Michigan Stadium

Thursday, November 2, 1989

Page 10

Falcons face frustra

by David Hyman
Daily Hockey Writer
The Michigan hockey team (3-2-1) looks to
avenge last week's sweep by Lake Superior when
they travel to Bowling Green (2-2 in CCHA, 3-3
overall) tonight. The teams will return to Ann
Arbor for the Wolverines' home opener Friday.
"We're hoping we can rebound back from last
weekend," said Michigan coach Red Berenson.
"(BGSU Ice Arena) is a tough place to play in,
but we've won there in the past and know we can
do it again."
However, this series will be the first of three
for the Falcons against the top three preseason
teams in the CCHA and it might be more of a
challenge for them.
Bowling Green faces off against Michigan
State and Lake Superior after visiting Ann Arbor
on Friday.
"We now run into a stretch of the top three
teams," said Bowling Green coach Jerry York.
"We think we can compete with (the top three),
but it'll be a tough challenge for us."

But what might be one of the biggest factors
in this series could be the power play and
shorthanded opportunities. Michigan leads the
CCHA in penalty killing with a .864 percentage
while Bowling Green is at the other end with a
league low .524 percentage.
Michigan coach Red Berenson agrees: "(The
power play and shorthanded) could very much
play a big role this weekend. We've got to take
advantage of our power play opportunities as we
didn't capitalize on these last weekend."
"Our team is not playing solid defense and we
need to improve this if we want to move up
within the league," York said. "Unquestionably,
our team defense is reflected in our penalty
killing as we have not killed penalties well this
But according to York, senior goalie Paul
Connell (2-2, 5.68 goals against average) has
been playing steady in goal and has kept his team
in games despite the lack of good defense.
Despite Bowling Green's low percentage in
penalty killing, the Falcons lead the league with

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a .348 mark on the power play. "We respect the
fact they can move the puck and we need to
contain them," Berenson said referring to the-
Falcons' power play.
Junior left winger Matt Ruchty leads the
Bowling Green squad with eight points and three9
of his six goals have been scored with the man
advantage. But the man the Wolverines must
contain is senior center Nelson Emerson.
Emerson, making a run to become the first.'.
three-time candidate for the Hobey Baker award,
leads the team in scoring with five goals and 11
assists. He carries an 11-game point streak into
tonight's contest, tallying six goals and 19"
assists in that span.
"We've got to pay attention to (Emerson),"
Berenson said. "He's that type of player who will
get many scoring chances and we need to keep
his chances down."
Left winger Dan Bylsma and right winger
Marc Potvin add offensive punch with six goals,
apiece while right winger Peter Holmes has eight

Soccer invited to NCCSA tourney

Michigan goalie Warren Sharples leads the Wolverines in a home and
hpme series against Bowling Green State University this weekend.

by John Niyoi
Daily Staff WriterZ
The Michigan men's soccer clubt
got some good news today as they
received an invitation to participate
in the National Collegiate Clubf
Sports Association tournament int
Kansas City, November 10-12.
The invite is one of two that will
be awarded to Big Ten teams.}
Minnesota and Illinois will play toc
decide the second representative from
the conference. However, the Mich-I
Hughes cut
Associated Pressc

igan squad has yet to accept the
NCCSA bid. Expenses may keep the
team from making the trip.
The eight-team field will begin
play on Friday, November 10, with
each team assured of playing at least
three games. Michigan hopes to be
among the four teams that will
advance to Sunday's semi-final and
final round to determine a national
"We've played a lot of tough club
teams this season. We expect to do
by Pistons
opening just four games on the
Fox, from Wyoming, scored 27
points in seven preseason games for
a 3.9 point average.
After not being selected in the
June NBA draft, which only
consisted of two rounds this season,
Hughes and Fox were invited to
participate in the Pistons' Free
Agent Camp in July.
The cuts brought to 12 the
number of players on Detroit's roster
as the Pistons, 5-3 in the preseason,
prepared for their regular-season
opener Friday at home against New

really well," senior Dave DiGui- '
seppe said about the tourney.
Michigan earned the tournament
bid based on its strong play this.
season. They upped their record to 8-
7-4 with a victory over Alma last
night, 7-0.
"We scored two really quick
goals. Then we were just on fire the
rest of the game," DiGuiseppe said.
Goalie Eric Johnson with the
shutout and forward Eric Moore's 0
two goals led the Wolverines.

Tops in the AL

Frank Robinson, who guided the
Baltimore Orioles to one of the
greatest turnarounds in baseball
history, was named AL Manager
of the Year yesterday.

Detroit Pistons cut rookie free
agents Mark Hughes and Reggie Fox
from their roster Wednesday.
Hughes, a graduate of the
University of Michigan, scored a
total of eight points in four
preseason games for a 2-point
With the Wolverines in his
senior season, Hughes averaged 6.8
points and over four rebounds per
game. After starting 47 games in his
sophomore and junior years, Hughes
became Michigan's sixth man,






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