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Ice hockey
vs. Illinois-Chicago
Tonight and tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS

Field hockey
vs. Iowa
Today, 3 p.m.
Tartan Turf.

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Friday, October 26, 1990

Soccer'
lanks
by Jeff Cameron and
R.C. Heaton
Daily Sports Writers
Which Michigan athletic team
has the best winning percentage
on campus this fall?
The Michigan women's soccer
team does, as they improved their
record to 17-4-3 yesterday,
defeating Bowling Green, 3-0.
The Wolverines played well
from the onset and began the
2$cormg at 10:33 of the first half.
enior forward Krista Towne
drilled the ball past the outstreched
hands of the Falcon's goalie.
"Bowling Green came out a
little sluggish," Towne said. "We
took advantage of it, and we
dlominated the first half."
Lori Green, who scored four
goals against Kent State
University on Saturday, continued
her scoring barrage at the 21:17
mark, putting the team up 2-0.
At the 30:46 mark of the first
half, sophomore forward Shannon
Loper finished off the scoring for
the Wolverines by depositing the
ball into the back of the Bowling
Green net. Michigan clamped

team
Falcons
down their defense, and there was
no more scoring the rest of the
- game.
The second half was not nearly
exciting as the first, as the
Wolverines concentrated on their
fundamentals in preparation for the
Big Ten Tournament next
weekend.
"We focused on team play and
passing," senior sweeper Leslie
Martin said. "You have to know
how to play different styles. In the
second half, we played our control
game.",
The game marked the return of
starting goalie Jenny Saul from a
four week lay-off due to a leg
injury. She came back strong with
a few diving saves, recording the
shutout.
"Jenny made some good saves
and played well," Towne said. "It's
nice to have her back, just in time
for the Big Ten Tournament."
Michigan will play at Grand
Valley State University next
Tuesday as its final tune-up for
next weekends Big Ten
Tournament at Illinois.

UIC has inside track on series with icerf
G WMM||M G Former Berenson disciples
...*,.'a u'. .,. lead Flames into Ann Arbor

by Matt Rennie
Daily Hockey Writer
Punctuality must not be Larry
Pedrie's strong suit. After all, he's a
week late for homecoming.
Pedrie, the first-year hockey
coach at Illinois-Chicago, will not
have to ask anyone for directions to
Yost Arena during his stay in Ann
Arbor this weekend. Pedrie knows
his way to the old barn on State
Street quite well, thanks to his three-
year stay as an assistant to Michigan
coach Red Berenson.
Pedrie will not be the only
Michigan connection on the Illinois-
Chicago bench. Former Wolverines
Billy Powers and Ryan Pardoski
serve as the Flames' assistant coach
and graduate assistant, respectively.
Leaving nothing to chance, Pedrie
even lured the former Michigan
equipmentmanager Ron Dunn to the
Windy City.
Each of the former Wolverines
may wish he was standing behind
his old bench this weekend, given
the current state of each team. The
Flames, to be quite blunt, are strug-
gling. The team has dropped all four
games it has played this year,
scoring only seven goals against its
opponents 25.
Meanwhile, the Wolverines sport
a 3-1 record, lead the CCHA in goals
scored, and boast the top two scorers
in the league in junior right wing
Denny Felsner and sophomore left
wing David Roberts..
On paper, the series looks like a
mismatch, but Berenson is more
"I don't like playing teams that
are looking for their first wins or are
in a slump," Berenson said. "They're
going to be desperate for a win.
We'll have to have everything
clicking."
What has not been clicking so far
for Berenson's squad has been the
goaltending. Rookie Steve Shields
and junior Tim Keough have alter-
nated starts in the first two series
this year, but Berenson is undecided
as to who he will stick between the
pipes this weekend.
"I don't know who's going to
start in goal," Berenson said. "It

might be this way for a long time, I
think we'll get better goaltending as
the season goes on."
Berenson has expressed soneO
dissatisfaction with the 16 goals the
Wolverines have given up this year
Pedrie, though, would probably
be thrilled to trade problems with
Berenson. The Flames are in the pro-
cess of renewing their lease on the
CCHA cellar, but Pardoski expecIs
to see an improved team take the ice
tonight.
"The situation here reminds me
of when I was a freshman four years
ago at Michigan," Pardoski sai.
"Larry's trying to implement is
style. It's a learning process, and
we're already seeing improvement
with every game."
Junior cente,
Rick Judson i§,
the Flames' top
returning scorer
from last
season. Senior,
rightwing
Dominic Dunlap
and junior right-
Pedrie wing Randy
Zul-inick join
Judson in pacing Illinois-Chicagols
attack.
But Pardoski feels his former
team is also the formidable team.
"They're a talented offensive *
team, and they have a good defensive
core," he said. "We'll have to play
our best game to keep up with
them."
However, Berenson thinks that
the Flames may have an advantage
against the Wolverines that other
teams do not possess.
"They obviously know our teak
better than any other coaching staff " 40
Berenson said of his former employ-
ees. "We'll play them like we play
any other talented team."
Although several Wolverines sat
out a practice this week, Berenson
expects to have the entire roster at,
his disposal. Felsner and rookie
center Cam Stewart are fully rested
after nursing minor injuries.

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