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Ice- hockey
vs. Ferris State
Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS

Women's swimming
vs. Oakland University
Friday, 6 p.m.
Canham Natatorium

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The Michigan Daily.

Tuesday, October 30, 1990

Page 9

Moeller
Coach stresses
by David Hyman C
Daily Football Writer T

lauds defense
Anderson's performance

ontrolled the line of scrimmage.
he defense accounted for five sacks

Michigan football coach Gary and held the Hoosiers to 113 yards
Moeller was more relaxed at his on the ground - well below their
weekly press luncheon yesterday. 12th-rated average of 244.2 yards per
Last week, after consecutive losses game.
to Michigan State and Iowa, Moeller "When you're stopping the run
was unable to talk openly about his up front, it's easier for the secondary
team's play. He had difficulty swal- to play pass defense," Moeller said.
lowing those two defeats and did not "That was our best game
want to answer the press' questions defensively."
about the defensive areas that needed In recent weeks, the Michigan de-
specific attention. fense was criticized for not making
But yesterday the first-year coach the big play or stopping the opposi-
felt more comfortable, and was will- tion when it counted. Moeller had
ing to explain how Michigan im- suggested one or more of the seniors
proved its defensive play. should come forward and create the
"Our kids played better in Bloom- big plays.
ington," Moeller said. "I'm obvi- Against Indiana, the whole de-
ously pleased it worked out that fense stepped into the spotlight to
way. It's the same old thing in foot- shut down the Hoosier attack. "I
ball - who controls the line of think Erick (Anderson) probably
scrimmage on both sides of the played his best game Saturday,"
ball." Moeller said. "He's got to continue
In the 45-19 pasting of Indiana to play well."
Saturday, the Wolverine front seven Moeller stressed Anderson's fu-

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ture play because fellow inside
linebacker John Milligan has been
sidelined with a broken foot since
the UCLA game. Although Milligan
is practicing again, the coach is not
sure when he will return to the
lineup.
Anderson was placed in the unfor-
tunate situation of being flanked by
inexperienced first-year players Steve
Morrison, Dave Dobreff and junior
Chris Bohn. But Moeller has been<
pleased with the play of Bohn and
he's satisfied with continued steady
play from Anderson.
C HAMPIONS OF THE
WEEK: Defensive Champion -
Anderson; Offensive Champion -
Desmond Howard; Offensive Hustler
- Yale VanDyne; Defensive Hus-
tler - Chris Bohn; Special Teams
Champion - Eddie Azcona; Scout
Team Champion - Kevin Hedding;
Rookie of the Week - Greg
McThomas.

JOSE JUAREZ/Daily
Michigan linebacker Erick Anderson talks with his brother Lars, a backup quarterback for the Hoosiers, after
last Saturday's game. Anderson is filling in for the injured John Milligan.

Men's
soccer
seeks five
in a row
by Walter Butzu
Daily Sports Writer
When the Michigan men's soccer
team travels to Alma, Mich., this af-
ternoon, they will put two streaks
on the line against Alma College.
The first is a four-game winning
#treak, which includes an impressive
ictory over a tough Kalamazoo
College squad. The second is a four-
game shutout streak posted by the
Wolverine defense and goalie Marc
Kuiper.
The Michigan squad is extremely
confident about its chances in to-
day's contest.
"We beat Alma, 7-0, last year in
the pouring rain," senior midfielder
&att Dikin said. "This match should
give everyone a chance for playing
time while we tune up for the season
'finale at EMU (Eastern Michigan
University) later this week."
Wolverine coach Don Schwartz
admits he is not overly ,concerned
about today's matchup.
"I don't know too much about
(Alma)," Schwartz said, "but most
ears Kalamazoo controls them, and
webeat Kalamazoo this year."
Lions extend
three contracts
PONTIAC (AP) Detroit's
gradual improvement in the won-lost
column has paid off for three Lions.
The NFL club announced Mon-
day All-Pro linebacker Chris Spiel-
* an, quarterback Rodney Peete and
strong safety William White have
signed contract extensions.
Spielman and White signed two-
year extensions while Peete signed a
one-year pact. Terms were
undisclosed.
"We have a group of good, young
players developing who have
outperformed their contracts and were
deserving of extensions," said Chuck
Schmidt, Detroit's chief operating
officer. "It was done with the pur-
pose of treating them fairly.,
"It was done to give them com-
pensation for what they have done in
the past and what it appears they
will do in the future."

Associated Press
Top 25
for the week of October 29
Team Last Week Record
1. Virginia (44) Idle 700
2. Notre Dame (6) beat Pittsburgh, 31-22 6-1-0
3. Nebraska (5) beat Iowa State, 45-13 8-0-0
4. Auburn (2) beat Miss. St., 17-16 6-0-1
5. Illinois beat Wisconsin, 21-3 6-1-0
6. Houston (2) beat Arkansas, 62-28 7-0-0
7. Washington (1) beat California, 46-7 7-1-0
8. Miami (Fla) beatTexas Tech, 45-10 5-2-0
9. Colorado beat Oklahoma, 32-23 7-1-1
10. BYU beat New Mexico, 55-31 6-1-0
11. Tennessee idle 4-1-2
12. Florida State beat LSU, 42-3 5-2-0
13. Iowa beat Northwestern, 56-14 6-1-0
14. Texas beat SMU, 52-3 5-1-0
15. Florida idle 6-1-0
16. Georgia Tech beat Duke, 48-31 6-0-1
17. Mississippi beat Vanderbilt, 14-13 7-1-0
18. Clemson beat Wake Forest, 24-6 7-2-0
19. Wyoming beat UTEP, 17-10 9-0-0
20. Michigan beat Indiana, 45-19 4-3-0
21. Southern Cal beat Arizona State 13-6 6-2-0
22. Oregon beat Stanford, 31-0 6-2-0
23. Arizona beat Washington St., 42-34 5-2-0
24. Penn State beat Alabama, 9-0 5-2-0
25. Louisville beat Western Kentucky, 41-7 7-1-1
Others receiving votes: Michigan State 50, Ohio State 38, Texas
A&M 37, Oklahoma 29, Central Michigan 9, Georgia 6, Indiana 5, Texas
Christian 4, North Carolina State 1, North Carolina 1, South Carolina 1,
Syracuse 1, UCLA 1.
Note: This was the first week of the season at least one top-10 team
didn't lose.
Wednesday; October 31, 1990
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Michigan Union
Graduate School &
MBA Day
-Meet with representatives from schools across the country
-Uncover admissions requirements & financial aid packages
-Learn application procedures & program content

MEN'S RUGBY EYES BIG TEN TITLE

'M'
by Rya n Herrin

crushes Milwaukee

gton

The Michigan men's rugby team
finished second in the Senior League
season by thrashing Milwaukee, 19-
9, last Saturday. The victory im-
proved the Wolverine's record to 3-1-
1.
Michigan controlled its 'A'
match from the outset, said team
captain Tae-Ni Chang Stroman.
"It was a good game, but we
dominated the match," Stroman said.
"We really didn't let them do much."
Dave Horton topped the Wolver-
ine scoring chart with six points.
Scott Cryslar, Thomas Stullberg and
Sean Knight each scored tries, worth
four points each.
Michigan finished two places
higher in the standings this season
than last season, when it came in
fourth in the five-team league.

Stroman and team president Pat
Muscat attribute the turnaround to
the large number of students who
joined the team this year.
'(The new players) are
learning the game
100 percent each
weekend'
- Tae-Ni Chang Stroman
Men's rugby Captain
But with this influx of new play-
ers, inexperience is a vulnerability
for the team. However, Stroman
feels the team has effectively over-
come this problem.
"(The new players) are learning
the game 100 percent each weekend,"

Stroman said. "The experience they
are gaining has really become
evident."
The team hopes to use this vic-
tory as a catalyst in achieving their
true goal - winning the Big Ten
tournament this weekend in Colum-
bus. After four straight years of plac-
ing second in the tournament, the
team feels it has the talent to ascend
to the victor's circle this weekend.
"This tournament is really impor-
tant," Stroman said. "It's been frus-
trating finishing second the last cou-
ple of years. We have a very strong
student team and I feel this year is
our year."
A victory at the Big Ten tourna-
ment would virtually assure the
Wolverines of receiving an invita-
tion to the National Championships
in the spring.

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