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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily- Monday, October 1, 1990

M"ich'igan Sp.orts
Calendar
A compilation of Michigan sporting events
and information for the coming week.
Monday, October 1
No events scheduled
Tuesday, October 2
No events scheduled
Wednesday, October 3
Men's soccer at Michigan State, 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, October 4
No events scheduled
Friday, October 5
Field hockey vs. Eastern Kentucky at St. Louis, Mo.
Women's golf at Ohio State
Volleyball at Illinois
Saturday, October 6
Football at Wisconsin.
Field hockey vs. James Madison at St. Louis, Mo.
Women's golf at Ohio State
Volleyball at Purdue
Women's cross country at Minnesota Invite
Men's cross country at Minnesota Invite
Sunday, October 7
Field hockey at St. Louis
Women's golf at Ohio State
All club teams who wish to have their events
listed in the calendar should send a copy of
their. schedule to the Student Publications
Building.

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WHO: Josee Charvet
TEAM: Field Hockey
POSITION: Midfield -
ACADEMIC YEAR: Senior
Why: Charvet's two quick scores were instrumental in the
teams' victory over Michigan State last Sunday
(September 23). After MSU had dominated early in
the game, it took Charvet only sixty seconds to give
the Wolverines a 2-0 lead. Now in her final season,
Charvet has played in every game during her
career.
BACKGROUND: 1990:Co-captain...Plays important role at
midfield...Displays cunning game sense...Spirited player with
competitive attitude. 1989:A11-Big Ten Academic team member
.Scored two goals and registered seven assists. 1988:Earned
Academic All-Big Ten honors... Scored four goals and collected
three assists. 1987:Connected for one goal and three assists.
Prep:All-County and All-Conference at Great Neck North High
School... Competed at the U.S. Field Hockey National
Tournament... Captain of the Empire State team.
Sports Monday
Senior Editors
Mike Gill
Andrew Gottesman
Night Editor
Matt Rennie
Asst. Night Editors
Jeff Cameron
Matthew Dodge
R.C. Heaton '
Answer to Sports Monday Trivia
The Phillies' Mike Schmidt in 1980.

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