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Ice hockey
vs. Illinois-Chicago
Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena
The Michigan Doily

Thursday, October 25, 1990

Field hockey
vs. Iowa
M Friday, 3 p.m. _
Tartan Turf
Page 8

Gophers faces
"-"-- reality at OSU-


by David Kraft
Daily Sports Writer
Minnesota at Ohio State
The Big Ten football game of the week.
Anyone who predicted the Golden Gophers would
be in a class of three would assume they would be
among the bottom three in the Big Ten.
However, with an impressive defense the Gophers
now reside with Iowa and Illinois at the top. But the
Gophers have only to look at the plight of the top
teams in recent weeks to realize everyone comes down
at some point.
For Minnesota, Saturday will mark that "some
point." They have yet to play a quality Big Ten team.
Although virtually out of the Rose Bowl race,
Ohio State still seeks a New Year's Day clash some-
where. With the home crowd, Buckeye quarterback
Greg Frey will pace a determined squad past] the Go-
phers, who will get their first taste of Big Ten cham-
pionship reality.
Illinois at Wisconsin
The Fighting Illini couldn't hit the end zone last
week against Michigan State but still managed to win,
15-13, on five Doug Higgins field goals. The victory
gives Illinois the inside track to the Big Ten title, as
they have homefield advantage in next week's show-
down against Iowa.
Although Wisconsin has played the role of spoiler
against Rose Bowl-bound teams in the past, they have
no chance of beating Illinois. The Illini have come too
close to Pasadena in recently to let this one slip away.

After a slow first half for Illinois... oh, say, 21-
0... look for Illini signal caller Jason Verduzco to start
tacking on the points while defensive standout Moe
Gardner steamrolls the BAD-ger offense.
Northwestern at Iowa
A similar matchup to Illinois vs. Wisconsin. First,
everyone should give credit to Northwestern for their
victory against Wisconsin.
Now, back to reality. Like Wisconsin, Northwest-
ern does not have a prayer of beating the Hawkeyes.
For Iowa, this is merely a tuneup game for next
week's featured match at Illinois. With the unneeded
bonus of playing at home, the Hawkeyes can afford to
look past the Northwestern purple and toward their run
for the roses. Running is exactly what they'll do - all
over the Wildcats.
Purdue at Michigan State
If anyone wants to watch a team's fate decided in
the final seconds every fall weekend, contact the
Michigan State Athletic Department.for tickets. Los-
ing to Notre Dame by one, Iowa by five, Illinois by
two and beating Michigan somehow by one could
give George Perles' grandchildren gray hair.
If you told Perles before last week's loss his team
would not yield a touchdown, block a punt and force
two loose balls on Illinois' final drive, he would prob-
ably predict a Spartan victory. Sorry George - as you
may remember from Ann Arbor, things don't always
turn out the way they should.
For a change, this game should produce a decisive
result on homecoming weekend in East Lansing.



Ohio State senior quarterback and Darth Vader look-a-like Greg Frey
leads the Buckeyes against Minnesota Saturday in Columbus.

Falcons host Michigan
women's soccer squad

Michigan Wolverines vs. UIC Flames
Friday, October 26, 1990
Saturday, October 27,1990
Yost Ice Arena
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by Jeff Cameron
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan women's soccer
team travels to Bowling Green,
Ohio, today to take on the Falcons.
The Wolverines enter the game on a
low note after a disappointing two-

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goal loss to Siena Heights Tuesday.
Michigan has already defeated
Bowling Green earlier this season, 5-
0. With only two games left to play
until the all-important Big Ten
Tournament, the Wolverines can use
this game as a chance to experiment
with different players. It is a chance
for the squad to work out kinks and
focus on their main goal: winning
the Big Ten Championships.
"It's hard to use this game as a
tune up for the Big Ten's because
you develop sloppy habits," coach
Phil Joyaux said. "The competition
level is so much lower, but I'll
move people around to try to keep
them focused for the whole 90
Joyaux will split the goaltending
job between Sandy Najarian and Lori
Green. The team has been playing
the last few weeks without its start-
ing goalie, so it is imperative both
players receive playing time.Joyaux
estimates Michigan has given up 10
goals due to communication lapses
between the goalie and the defenders.
The team is upbeat coming into
today's match, even after Tuesday's
"We should be up for Bowling
Green," senior Krista Towne said.

by Ken Sugiura
Daily Sports Writer
The Stingers, a youth soccer
team in the Saline House League,
came out to watch yesterday's match
between the Michigan men's soccer
team and Schoolcraft College.
Throughout regulation play, the kids
cheered on their beloved Wolverines
screaming madly any time the action
came near them.
However, as overtime started, the
Stingers' attention disappeared. Soon
after, so did the Schoolcraft defense.
The Wolverines (10-7) took ad-
vantage and ran their winning streak
to four games with a 3-0 overtime
victory. A Jason Cardasis goal broke
the stalemate early in the first over-
time and proved to be the game-win*
ner. Soccer overtimes consist of two
full 15-minute periods.
"Kirby (stopper Tim Puckett)
cleared out the middle and the ball
just rested on my foot and I tapped it
in," Cardasis said of the goal, which
came off a cross from sweeper Brian
The goal opened up the Wolver-
ine offense, which put the game o
of reach with scores from Rosewarn
and Mike Ryan. Ryan's goal, which
followed up Rosewarne's penalty
kick, resulted from a perfect chip off
the foot of first-year player Reza
Sadjadpour. The ball cleared goal-
keeper Scott Hauman's outstretched
arms by inches, and Ryan finished
the play by putting a header into the
unprotected net.
Michigan coach Don Schwartz'@
defense was the story once again, as
it captured its seventh shutout of the
"I'm most pleased that it was our
fourth shutout in a row," Schwartz
said. "(Goalie Marc) Kuiper has been
doing a great job in goal. Our de-
fense played extremely well, so he
wasn't really tested."
After the first overtime goa
with the game in hand, Kuiper gave
way to backup Knut Pedersen, who
performed flawlessly during his 15-
minute stint. Other reserves, due to
the liberalized substitution rules,
also saw plenty of action.
"I think everybody contributed re-
ally well," midfielder Matt Dikin
Regulation time was playe
evenly, as both teams had sevea
chances to score but failed to capital-
ize. Physical play characterized the
match throughout, as evidenced by
the many yellow cards handed out.
Coaches said several questionable
calls by the referee helped cause the
rough action. "Part of it (the physi-
cal play) is the inability of the ref to
control the game," Schwartz said.
"There were instances where guys
were just blatantly taken down.
Schoolcraft coach Van Dimitriou
had a similar opinion of the judge-
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