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Women's Soccer
vs. Schoolcraft College
Tonight, 5 p.m.
Mitchell Field
The Michigan Daily,,
Wolverine kickers
rem {in undefeated
by Theodore (ox
Daily Sports Writ~r

SPORTS

Field Hockey
vs. Northwestern
Sept. 15,1 p.m.
Tartan Turf

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Wednesday, September 12, 1990

Page 10

EMU stuffs Blue
spikers in three

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Despite having the flu and being on the road the first weekend of the
school year, the women's soccer team had fun. Really.
First they destroyed Valparaiso University on Saturday, 8-0. Then on
Sunday, Michigan won its Big Ten opener against Purdue, 4-2.
The Wolverines (3-0) didn't have any trouble scoring against Valparaiso.
Forward-striker Molly Douma chipped the first goal into the net. The senior
ended up with two points for the match, along with first-year student Lisa
Ashton. Other scorers included Lori Green, Crista Towne, Heather Marshall,
and Anne Scullen.
Michigan's defense was just as solid as the offense.
"Our defense was the key," halfback Maureen Scullen said. "Especially
Leslie Martin, she anchored the defense for us."
The contest in Purdue was a little tougher. The team suffered from a brief
bout with the flu Saturday night, and no one was too eager to take on the
Boilermakers after driving four hours to West Lafayette. The first half was a
struggle for the Wolverines, but Towne came through again to score the
first goal of the game.
Mid-way through the first half, the team seemed to revive itself as goals
came from Marshall and each of the Scullen sisters.
The team has excelled even without a true goalie.
"We've been using several fielders as goalies," Maureen said. "We are
still trying to find one on campus. It's a credit to our defense that we are
doing so well without one."
The Wolverines only allowed two goals over the weekend, and one of
those was on a penalty kick.
"Penalty kicks really don't count. They're cheap," Maureen added.
Michigan will stay home for awhile. The team will take on Schoolcraft
College this afternoon at 5 p.m. Then on Friday the Wolverines will face
tougher competition from Big Ten rival Minnesota, before hosting Penn
State on Sunday. All home games will be played at Mitchell field.

by Dan Zoch
Daily Sports Writer
Early leads turned sour proved to
be the plight of the Michigan
women's volleyball team last night
as the Eastern Michigan Hurons
swept the Wolverines, 15-9, 15-10,
15-6. In each of the three contests,
the team held two-point advantages
before the Hurons rallied and strode
past them.
"I can't say I'm disappointed with
the girl's performance because we
saw some great plays," first-year
Michigan coach Peggy Bradley-
Doppes said. "I am disappointed by
consistency. There's nothing I can do
that will change that. Only court
time - experience, can do that."
The squad did boast some very
bright spots, however. Senior Julia
Sturm and first-year standout Fiona
Davidson dealt three outstanding
blocks that resulted in a Michigan
drive late in the second game. The
culmination of the short-lived
Wolverine rally came when sopho-
more Hayley Lorenzen posted a kill
to bring the Wolverines to 10-13.
"They are working hard. They are
trying to play a very disciplined kind
of game. It's just because they don't
know each other their capabilities,"
Bradley-Doppes said. '
Michigan took an early 3-0 lead
in the third game but collapsed under
the teamwork of the EMU squad.
The squad took a time out when
Eastern scored it's thirteenth point,
but could not recuperate in time to
stop the Hurons.
"They still play a little scared at
times and they're not scared because

of the opponent," Bradley-Doppes
said. "They're scared because they'r
freshmen and they don't want 0
make a mistake. We're not even
looking at the opponent yet because
we're worried about us right now."
The greatest problem facing the
Wolverines recently concerns the re-
covery of Senior Tarnisha Thomp-
son who has been plagued with lig-
ament tears in her ankle. She ;ias
just been allowed to practice with
the team and should be back for tO
debut of the Big Ten season on
September 21 at Northwestern. ,
"We're very, very young. When
you look at our squad you see ten
brand new faces. There's going tct bo
times when we play very smooth
and pretty and then there will be.a
broken play and there's some panic.
That comes from youth," Bradley-
Doppes said.
The youth movement on the
team has already produced a fine
player in Fiona Davidson. After reg,
istering five kills this past weekend
against Central Michigan, Davidson
kept up her pace with some talented
defense and two serving aces.
"We have a lot of quality practice
between now and the Big Ten sea-
son, but we have no competition un-
til then. The schedule was done be-
fore I came here, so it's not like*,
planned it that way," Bradley-Doppes
said. On a positive note, we have
plenty of time to practice. We're go-
ing to spend a lot of time working
on fundamentals.,>
"As a coach, there are some very
positive things I'm seeing right
now. We're certainly a whole lot bet-
ter than we were a week ago."

JOSE JUAREZ/DaiIy
Junior setter Autumn Collins and sophomore middle-hitter Michele
Horrigan both attempt to dig an Eastern Michigan ball in last night's
Wolverine defeat.

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