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Men's Volleyball
vs. Notre Dame
CCRB
Friday 7 p.m.
The Michigan Daily.

SPORTS
Tuesday, February 20, 1990

Ice Hockey. -
vs. Miami (Ohio)
Yost Ice Arena
7:30 p.m.
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BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK

Women cagers
on record tear

Adam
Benson

Football class
signals change

by Ryan Schreiber
DailyBasketball Writer
With the Michigan women's
basketball team winning on Sunday
over No. 15 Northwestern in
overtime, 70-68, the Wolverine
winning streak reached five games.
In their previous 16 seasons, the
Wolverines longest conference
*inning streak was three games,
occurring in only three of the last
four seasons.
Earlier in the season, junior co-
captain Carol Szczechowski said that
a fourth-place Michigan finish in the
Big Ten would guarantee them an
NIT bid and give them a shot at the

NCAA Tournament. With Ohio
State's overtime win over Purdue on
Sunday, the Wolverines stand just
one game behind the fourth-place
Buckeyes and a game and a half
behind Iowa.
SULTAN OF SWAT: Trish
Andrew added to her Big Ten lead in
blocked shots with eight this
weekend, giving her 31 on the year.
Andrew swatted a season-high five in
the win against Northwestern in
front of family and friends. The first-
year center hails from Winnetka,
Illinois.
C LEANING THE GLASS:

Senior co-captain Tanya Powell's 16
rebounds moved her into first place
on Michigan's all-time career
rebounding list. Grabbing eight in
each of the weekend contests left
Powell's total at 754.
D OWN AND OUT: A
noticeable vacancy on the Michigan
bench was Barb Loeher. The junior
guard went down with torn
ligaments and cartilage in her right
knee during pre-game warmups
before last Sunday's Ohio State
game. She will be out for the rest of
the season and plans to undergo
surgery in the near future.

Scorecard

AP Top 25 Men's

Baskethall

Teaims

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1. Missouri
2. Kansas
3. Duke
4. UNLV
5. Georgetown
6. Connecticut
7. Michigan
8. Georgia Tech
9. Purdue
10. Oklahoma
11. Syracuse
12. Louisiana State
13. Arkansas
14. LaSalle
15. Michigan State
16. Louisville
17. Oregon St.
18. Minnesota
19. Illinois
19. (tie) Xavier, Oh.
21. rizona
22. Loyola Marymt.
23. Clemson
24. New Mexico St.
25. Indiana

24-2
25-2
22-4
22-4
20-3
22-4
19-5
19-4
18-4
19-4
18-5
20-5
21-4
22-1
21-5
20-5
19-4
17-6
18-6
21-2
17-5
20-5
20-5
21-3
16-6

Women's Basketball
Big Ten Standings
Team Big Ten Overall
Northwestern 10-2 19-3
Purdue 10-3 18-5
Iowa 9-3 17-5
Ohio St. 9-4 15-8
Michigan 8-5 16-7
Michigan St. 6-7 10-13
Illinois 4-9 10-13
Indiana 4-9 10-13
Wisconsin 2-10 7-15
Minnesota 1-11 6-16
Friday
Wisconsin at Purdue
Indiana at Minnesota
Ohio St. at Iowa
Michigan at Michigan St.
Sunday
Northwestern at Purdue
Wisconsin at Illinois
Ohio St. at Minnesota
Indiana at Iowa
Monday
Northwestern at Illinois

Wrestling Top 15

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Oklahoma State
Arizona State
Iowa
Nebraska
Indiana
Iowa State
Penn State
Oklahoma
Northern Iowa
Bakersfield
Minnesota
North Carolina
Michigan
West Virginia
Northwestern
nked Wolverines

With all the chit-chat among
Michigan football fans focusing on
prep superstar tailback Ricky Pow-
ers, the Wolverines' new recruiting
class may bring about a few other
changes in the Michigan offense
worth discussing.
Michigan coach Gary Moeller and
recruiting coordinator Bob Chimel
avoid talking about a single player
out of a recruiting class, but it is
hard for fans not to scream and yell
about a rusher who gained 2,000
yards last season as a high school
senior. And though Powers would
lead any recruiting class he decided to
join, Michigan coaches are playing
down his immediate importance.
"I'm happy with Ricky obvi-
ously," Moeller said. "Yet I'm also
happy with the other kids we signed
(at running back). They will be
given an opportunity as well."
Chimel added: "Each running
back is unique. They all have their
own style and their own way of be-
ing effective."
Michigan did not sign any big
fullbacks to block for Powers and
company. The Wolverines had hoped
to sign Jerome Bettis out of Detroit
MacKenzie, but Bettis went to Notre
Dame. The absence of a big back
may necessitate the move of Greg
McThomas, possibly Michigan's
top linebacker signee, to fullback.
Moeller will wait until spring prac-
tice before talking seriously about
line-up changes.
What Moeller can't help but
mention is how Michigan bulked up
at positions where they were already
strong, most notably quarterback. In

the recruiting period, Michigan
signed two big quarterbacks known
for their promise as passers - Todd
Collins and Nate Holdren.
The new personnel behind the
center may mark the biggest change
of all at Michigan - a change in
philosophy.
Nobody at Michigan seemed too
upset by the loss of the state's top
quarterback, Mill Coleman, to arch-

Taylor

134 lbs.
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158
190
HWT

Joey Gilbert 9th
Larry Gotcher 8th
Sam Amine 11th
Fritz Lehrke 6th
Phil Tomek 9th
*according to
Amateur Wrestling News

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rival Michigan State. Coleman plays
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John Wangler.
Besides the potential shift in of-
fensive thinking, Powers has talked
about something as a recruit that
most Michigan players refuse to talk
about as graduating seniors: winning
the Heisman Trophy. Could the
Wolverines eventually move closer
to having a star system that has been
noticeably absent from Michigan
football? Moeller is willing to wait
and see.
"What kind of impact player he
will be, I don't know," Moeller said.
"I don't want to put too much pres-
sure on him too soon."
If Michigan's backfield changes
aren't enough, the team signed two
wide receivers, Walter Smith and
Allen Woodard, who fit the physical
mold of receivers from the Univer-
sity of Houston, known for its run-
n-shoot offense.
Whoa, just a second! This crazi-
ness may be just a bit too radical for
the conservative Michigan football
fan. But Moeller wants to see
changes in the sometimes stodgy
Wolverine attack. Whatever forma-
tion the Wolverines come out in,
Michigan's newest arrivals can give
Moeller some added options.
Chimel warns fans that recruiters
can't look for a particular kind of
player; they have to sign the best
players they can get. Yet Moeller
has signed the kind of players he can
use to mold his football team. If po-
tential Heisman Trophy running
backs and quarterbacks with John
Elway-like arms are coming to
Michigan who knows what else may
follow?
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