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The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - November 20, 1989 - Page 5

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Spikers continue losing ways
against Purdue and Illinois

by Theodore Cox
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan women's volleyball team was served
another double kill on the road this weekend, as they
easily fell to Purdue and then Illinois.
The losses sent the Wolverines packing for
Thanksgiving dinner. They have only one match left
with which to improve on their 1-16 record.
The Boilermakers weren't even hospitable enough
to offer their guests from Michigan a slice of cranberry
pudding. The Boilermakers pulled the cloth out from
under the Wolverines plate, winning 15-2, 15-2, 15-2.
"We played really great," Purdue coach Carol
Dewey said. "Our game plan was to try and stop
Sturm, Hunter, and Clover. Their middle attack had
hurt us the last time we played and we were effective
doing that. We stopped the people who gave us
problems last time."
The biggest difference in the match was serving,
and Purdue hardly offered the Wolverines a drumstick
to nibble on. Michigan committed nine service errors,
and only produced one ace. Purdue finished with six
aces.
Not only did the Boilermakers serve better, but they
also passed, dug, and spiked better. Michigan only
came up with 23 kills, compared to 37 by Purdue.
Carla Hunter, Hayley Lorenzen, and Julia Sturm

each punched five of those kills over the net to lead the
Wolverines. Purdue spiker Debbie McDonald was the
overall kill leader with ten.
"We passed well; we just played well," Dewey said.
"We were on them right from the beginning."
After Michigan took a quick glance at the crowd
Illinois drew to the turkey-shoot, the pilgrims from
Ann Arbor decided to park the bus and stay awhile.
"It was incredible. The crowd was just huge," first-
year Michigan player Michelle Horrigan said about the.
record attendance of 2,500 in Champaign. "We had a
lot of fun. The crowd helped us to play a lot better as a
team."
Illinois still set the Wolverines down in three
straight games, but Michigan at least made the second
game a little closer, barely losing 14-16.
"We didn't play particularly well," Illinois coach
Mike Hebert said. "Michigan served us a lot tougher
than the last time we saw them. They all played pretty
good defense."
In the first game Michigan looked as flat as the
dining room table as they easily fell 6-15. However, in
the second game the Wolverines jumped out to an
early 14-9 lead. But the Fighting Illini, who were at
full strength for the first time in quite awhile, put
together a late surge to overtake Michigan 16-14.
"Michigan served much tougher, but our talent
overcame them," Herbert said.

JULIE~HOLLMAN/Daily
Michigan's Mark Ouimet reaches for the puck in Friday's game against Ohio State. Despite Ouimet's goal the
Wolverines lost, 6-3. The Buckeyes completed the sweep yesterday with a 7-3 victory.

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Continued from page 1
play (turning 33.3% of their power plays into goals)
and put its advantages on Friday to good use. "We knew
they had a good power play, but we took several
unnecessary penalties," Berenson said. "(Ohio State) did
what they had to, to win. They got the chances and
converted them."
Ballantine agreed: "They have the top power play in
the league and we knew that, but we gave them too
-many opportunities."
Two power play goals by Higdon, only 36 seconds
* .-apart, pushed the Buckeyes ahead, 3-2, as Michigan
defensemen Doug Evans and Alex Roberts were each
serving two-minute minor penalties. "Some of their
guys took some bad penalties and we were able to
capitalize on our chances," said Ohio State coach Jerry
Welsh.
"The power play was clicking tonight," Higdon said.
"Having the top power play going into the game
provided us with a confidence builder and we were able
to move the puck well and put it into the net."
The Buckeyes scored two more goals, by left winger
Paul Cadman and defenseman Scott Rex, to take a 5-2
advantage into the third. Michigan goalie Tim Keough
appeared screened on Rex's slapshot, the third Ohio
State power play goal of the period..
In total, the Wolverines skated 4:18 of the second

period short-handed in giving up the three goals that
provided the Buckeyes with the victory.
Sophomore center David Smith started the scoring
Friday evening 9:03 into the game. Michigan
defenseman Chris Tamer was unable to clear the puck
from behind the Wolverine net and Oliver fed a cross-ice
pass to Smith, who was standing alone at the doorstep,
and re-directed the puck into the empty net.
Michigan quickly responded with two goals 2:01
into the second to take a 2-1 lead on goals by Mark
Ouimet and Moes, only 28 seconds apart.
A power play slapshot at 9:04 of the third by Moes,
his second goal of the game, brought Michigan within
two, 5-3, but the Wolverines were unable to find the
back of the net again. "In the third period we worked
hard, but we had too big of a hole to dig," Moes said.
Berenson agreed: "We created a lot of scoring chances
in the third, but (Ohio State goalie Todd) Fanning did
his job as we were playing behind. We put ourselves
into a hole and couldn't get out."
This was again evident yesterday afternoon. "We
gave up some bad goals in the third, and we're not
playing that well to score from behind," Berenson said.
"We played a strong third period Friday night and we
were confident today, being tied 3-3," Brown said. But
the Wolverines mustered only six shots on goal, with
no good scoring opportunities.
"We just have to work harder and do the things we
were doing in the beginning when we were winning,"
Moes said,

NFL

ROUNDUP

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Bengals 42, Lions 7
CINCINNATI - Barney Bussey
recovered a blocked punt in the end
zone, the Bengals' first such touch-
down in 11 years, to cap a 28-point
second quarter. Cincinnati (6-5) won
for just the second time in six
games.
Boomer Esiason threw two of his
three touchdown passes after Detroit
fumbles. He completed 30 of 39
passes for 399 yards and Tim McGee
caught a regular-season team-record
11 for 194 yards.
Detroit (2-9) fumbled five times
in the first half, and fumbled again
and were intercepted twice in the
second half.
Dolphins 17, Cowboys 14
DALLAS - Dan Marino com-
pleted his second "Hail Mary" pass
for a touchdown this season and
Miami went on to beat Dallas. Luis
Zendejas missed a 53-yard field goal
attempt on the final play of the
game for the Cowboys (1-10).
Sammie Smith's 1-yard TD run4
early in the fourth quarter helped the
Dolphins (7-4) overcome a 14-10
deficit.
On the last play of the first half,
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Marino lofted a 48-yard pass into the
endzone and Andre Brown outjumped
five defenders. Marino moved into
ninth place on the all-time TD pass
list with 213, one ahead of Terry
Bradshaw and Y.A. Tittle.
Oilers 23, Raiders 7
HOUSTON - Warren Moon
threw two touchdown passes and
Houston took advantage of three in-
terceptions and two fumble recov-
eries to beat Los Angeles.
The Oilers (7-4) won their third
straight game for the first time since
1985.
The Raiders dropped to 5-6.
Saints 26, Falcons 17
ATLANTA - Buford Jordan
scored two touchdowns in the fourth
quarter and Dalton Hilliard ran for a
career-high 158 yards as New
Orleans defeated Atlanta.
Jordan's 1-yard TD run with 2:38
left clinched the fifth victory in six
games for the Saints (6-5).
The Falcons (3-8) took a 14-12
lead on Chris Miller's 19-yard
touchdown pass to Gary Wilkins late
in the third quarter. Bobby Hebert,
shaking off four interceptions, set up

Jordan's 2-yard TD run with 9:20
left.
Patriots 33, Bills 24
FOXBORO - Maurice Hurst
returned an interception 16 yards for
the goahead touchdown with 2:49
left, as New England rallied for 20
points in the last eight minutes.
Jason Staurovsky's third field
goal, a 34-yarder, cut Buffalo's lead
to 24-23 with 3:06 to go. Hurst
intercepted a pass by Jim Kelly on
the next play.
Buffalo (7-4) then drove to the
New England 31, but Kelly fumbled
on fourth down. Staurovsky's 38-
yard field goal with 13 seconds left
clinched it for the Patriots (4-7).
Steelers 20, Chargers 17
PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh's
offense, held without a touchdown
for nine quarters, moved 91 yards and
scored on Merril Hoge's 1-yard run
with 6:17 remaining as the Steelers
won.
Rod Woodson also scored on an
84-yard kickoff return for the Steel-
ers (5-6). Jim McMahon threw two
touchdown passes to Anthony Miller
for San Diego (4-7).
- Compiled from AP reports

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r-HOCKEY NOTEBOOK
by David Hyman
Daily Hockey Writer
COLUMBUS - Rob Brown tallied four points this weekend to move
-his career point total to 18 (8 goals, 10 assists) in 14 games against Ohio
"State. "It's a fun rink to play in and I play well in it," Brown said about the
Buckeyes home ice, St. John's Arena.
-Ohio St. is 7-2-2 in its last 11 appearances in Yost, dating back six
'seasons. The Wolverines have a 4-2 record in their last six games in
"Columbus.
-Ohio St. coach Jerry Welsh, in his 15th season, is 18-11-2 against
Michigan and is the only coach in the CCHA to have played in the CCHA,
as a member of the 1971-72 Buckeye squad that won the first CCHA
championship.
-haOhio St. and Michigan have met 35 times, with the Buckeyes holding
: mn18-15 edge with two ties. The series started with a 21-0 Michigan win
ebruary 8, 1964. That season, the Wolverines were 24-4-1 and beat
Providence and Denver to win the NCAA championship.
-Sophomore goalie Tim Keough, in only his third appearance of the
season, added his second point of the season with an assist on Moes' third
period goal.
-Six Michigan players have winning goals in the six Wolverine wins -
{Todd Copeland, Rob Brown, Mike Moes, David Roberts, Don Stone and
"Dan Stiver.
-Ohio St.'s sophomore center David Smith was taken off the ice on a
'stretcher only 13 seconds into the third period of Friday's game after
, notching one goal and two assists.

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Ohio State is one of five schools to
have a better than .500 record vs.
Red Berenson coached Michigan
teams in over five games.
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