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The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 19, 1990 -Page 23

Kickers face tough
Kalamazoo squad

Spikers take break

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by Andrew Brown
Daily Sports Writer

Coming off a tight 1-0 victory
Wednesday against Western Mich-
igan that put the Michigan men's
soccer club back over the .500 mark,
the team takes the field tomorrow af-
ternoon against Kalamazoo College.
Kalamazoo has only lost one
game thus far, and has been described
,by Michigan coach Don Schwartz as
"the hardest game left on the
schedule."
Kalamazoo is a varsity squad that
has previously been ranked in
Division III's top twenty.
"They are a strong team up the
middle, and we definitely have our
work cut out for us on the road,"
Schwartz said.
The Wolverines' defense has
stood the test in recent weeks,
making goal scoring very tough for
the opposition. A clear example was
the shutout versus the Broncos.
Michigan will need to continue

that strong defensive play to stop
one of the nation's leading scorers,
Derek Bylsma, who has scored over
20 goals this season.
* "They are a strong offensive club
who have beaten up on a lot of
weaker teams," defender Rob Albrit-
ton said. "They score a lot of goals
and this will certainly be our biggest
test."
On the offensive end, which has
remained inconsistent, the Wol-
verines are looking at many attack
combinations.
"We need to see if we can get
more production," Schwartz said.
"It's going to be tough, though,
because we maintain a very patient,
ball-controlled offense."
Michigan's coach certainly recog-
nizes the importance of this game:
"This is a pivotal game, because
with a win we will go to 9-71 and I
think this will be the momentum we
need to finish the season out
strong," Schwartz said.

from Big
by Matthew Dodge
Daily Sports Writer
The day has come for the Mich-
igan volleyball team to finally brush
its ten-game losing streak off its
back.
The squad takes a sabbatical
from its Big Ten schedule for three
weekend matches in the Great White
North. The Wolverines (1-16 over-
all, 0-8 in the Big Ten), will meet
non-conference foes Oakland Univer-
sity, Northern Michigan, and Mich-
igan Tech in Marquette on Saturday
and Sunday.
This trek to the Upper Peninsula
seems to be a distraction in the Wol-
verines' bid to move out of the Big
Ten basement, but the busy schedule
could be just what the spikers need.
"We need as much competition,
good or bad, as we can get right
now," Michigan coach Peggy
Bradley-Doppes said. "We are such a
young team. If we play every day,

Fen play
the court experience will make us
better.
"This weekend will be good to
see completely different competition
and to see how we do. If we get three
badly needed wins, it'll be the best
scheduling move ever."
The lesser competition should
provide a chance for tendinitis-
stricken Hayley Lorenzen to rest and
for Jennifer Paulson to return. Paul-
son, recovering from knee surgery,
will use these games to ease back
into competition after a long layoff.
"This is the first time she has
played in two years," Bradley-
Doppes said. "She had her surgery,
and just got the brace off three weeks
ago. I was really hoping she would
come back.
"Jen is a great athlete who gives
us experience and confidence. She
gives us maturity, and we need that
terribly."

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Michigan senior Julia Sturm spikes against Ohio State. Sturm and the
Wolverines face Oakland, NMU and Michigan Tech this weekend.

Stickers look beyond No. 20 ranking

by David Kraft
Daily Sports Writer
National rankings, in any sport,
are not a consistently reliable source.
The Michigan women's field
hockey team came to this abrupt
realization on Tuesday. After learn-
ing of their No. 20 national ranking
earlier in the day, the highly-favored
Wolverines posted a sloppy 3-2
double-overtime win against Miami
of Ohio later that evening.
This weekend, Michigan (12-3-1
overall, 3-2 in the conference) hopes
to boost its performance in Iowa

City against Michigan State on
Saturday and No. 9 Iowa on Sunday.
With the state rival Spartans and
nationally-ranked Hawkeyes on this
weekend's slate, overall rankings are
not a primary concern to Michigan
coach Patti Smith.
"The rankings are very political,"
she said. "We are much more focused
on Iowa."
Although the 'Hawkeyes are
currently second in the Midwest
Collegiate Field Hockey Conference
behind Northwestern, the Wolverines
remain confident.

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"(A victory) will require an all-
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Coming into this season, one of
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The Spartans (3-14-1, 0-6), on
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"We know that if we play up to
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