The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 2,1990 - Page 11
by Dan Zoch
Daily Hockey Writer
With co-captain David Harlock in
its lineup, odds are that the Michi-
gan hockey team would sweep its
come series with Ferris State this
weekend. Without Harlock, who
must watch from the bench- with a
sprained knee, the Wolverines should
still sweep Ferris State.
"They're the number-one team in
the league," said Ferris State coach
Bob Mancini, "and they're going to
come at us very hard."
Michigan (5-1) leads the CCHA,
boasting the top two scorers in the
S1eague. Junior forward Denny
Felsner has nine goals and seven as-
sists and sophomore forward David
Roberts has six goals and eight as-
sists. Sophomore Mark Ouimet has
rounded out the line with three goals
and six assists, making the three the
most powerful line in the CCHA.
The only factor not in the
Wolverines' favor this weekend is
* Harlock's loss. During last Friday's
game with Illinois-Chicago, he suf-
fered a medial collateral ligament
sprain in his right knee.
"Harlock is very doubtful for the
;weekend," said Michigan coach Red
Berenson. "Obviously, we're not as
set in defense as we are when Har-
lock's in there."
Because of the injury, the rest of
the defense will see increased playing
ime and may receive help from se-
nior defender Kent Brothers.
4"Brothers will dress for us this
weekend," said Berenson, "and he
may see some action depending on
the game and how he looks."
The most critical defensive prob-
lem so far this season has been the
14ck of a consistent goaltender, but
Blue refuses to fall in closer
by Walter Butzu
Daily Sports Writer
Rosewarne who buried t
hind the EMU keeper.
YPSILANTI - It wasn't pretty, "Reza had the ball o
but they don't award points for style line," explained Rosew
in soccer. The Michigan men's team pushed the ball through t
did what they had to do in a 2-1 vic- ers. I trapped the ball w
tory over Eastern Michigan, their foot and was fortunate
sixth straight. game for us."
For the seniors, who had never The score was tied 1-
beaten the Hurons, this game ended five minutes left in the t
their collegiate careers on a high son, a tie would not sufi
note. Don Schwartz would con
For most of the game, it seemed "We had more heart. TI
as if the Wolverines would be return- difference."
ing to Ann Arbor empty-handed.
EMU's MikeMahalick scored 3 5W omen's
minutes into the first half to give
the Huron's a 1-0 lead. Michigan fdT en
goalie Marc Kuiper had no chance to i
make the save as Mahalick's shot by Jeff Cameron
from the 18-yard line rifled into the and R.C. Heaton
upper right corner of the net. Daily Sports Writers
he ball be-
n the side-
ith my left
to tie the
1, but with
hat was the
Senior captain Todd Neff at-
tempted to pass the ball to co-cap-
tain Eric Moore, but it deflected off a
Huron defender and trickled past the
EMU goalie to seal a 2-1 come-
from-behind victory for the Wolver-
Neff recalls this goal a bit differ-
"I saw the ball coming across the
field. I never did a bicycle kick be-
fore. I tried it and the ball screamed
past the goalie and broke the net
strings," said a grinning Neff.
soccer team eyes
Despite the 1-0 deficit at the half,
Michigan felt confident it could
emerge victorious as they had domi-
nated the game up until this point.
The Wolverines came off the
bench in the second half and seemed
a step quicker than their Huron coun-
terparts. Each team had its chances,
but Michigan was clearly controlling
With ten minutes left to play,
however, Michigan had yet to crack
the scoring column. Michigan's best
chance came off a corner kick, but
Frank Karabetsos could not get off
Michigan would not give up,
though. Two minutes later, off a
Greg Hake throw-in, Reza Sadjad-
pour made a perfect pass to Brian
There's a chance that a Big Ten
Championship could be within Ann
Arbor city limits in the next 72
Start holding your breath.
The women's soccer club travels
to Illinois this weekend for the
round-robin Big Ten tournament, and
according to club members, the
realm of possibilities includes bring-
ing home the title.
"If we play the way we can, we
should win," Michigan coach Phil
Joyaux said. "I know we have the
talent to win."
The Wolverines' stiffest competi-
tion should come from the Min-
nesota Golden Gophers, the defend-
ing Big Ten Champions. Michigan,
who finished second last year, lost to
Minnesota earlier this year, 4-3, and
will be seeking revenge when the
two teams meet in the tournament's
"Minnesota is a very quick
team," sophomore midfielder Jenny
Steinhebel said. "We'll have to play
tight defense and keep the pressure
on. If we beat them, we should be in
the driver's seat."
After playing Minnesota, the
Wolverines meet Indiana, whom
they defeated 3-1 earlier this season.
Following the game with the
Hoosiers, Michigan faces Illinois.
The Fighting Illini are the mys-
tery team of the weekend, as the
Wolverines have not faced them this
year. Michigan concludes the week-
end by playing Purdue.
"There will be no easy games;,
this weekend," Joyaux said.
Michigan right winger Denny Felsner's 44 goals are part of the reason
Michigan leads the CCHA in scoring. The Wolverines open up a two-
game series tonight against Ferris State at Yost Arena.
last weekend rookie goalie Steve
Shields may have ended that
dilemma. Against Illinois-Chicago,
Shields yielded only three goals in
two games, and will mind the net
against Ferris State.tonight.
The Bulldogs (1-2-3) were ranked
eighth in the preseason CCHA poll,
and are currently in sixth place.
"They're a better team this year,"
said Berenson. "They have an im-
proved game, a new coach, and they
seem to have a new sense of hope.
But we should beat Ferris State. It's
not like playing Michigan State."
Though Mancini isn't optimistic
about his team's chances this week-
end, he is upbeat about his first year
at the Bulldog helm.
"I've tried to institute progress
here and I think this team is a lot
better than the eighth-place finish
where we were predicted," Mancini
said. "Our team is a lot different, a
lot quicker, and we're playing an ex-
citing brand of hockey. We'll at least
try to come in and match
Michigan has been fortunate to
play the lower-ranked teams in the
CCHA to start the season. But this
good fortune ends next weekend
when it begins a string of top-notch
competition in Michigan State, Lake
Superior, Boston University, and
"The schedule has been good to
us," said Berenson. "We've played
pretty well on the road and this will
be a good time to see if we measure
up. And to see if they measure up."
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"26 YEARS EXPERIENCE"
* tickers seek final victory vs. OSU
y Josh Dubow The seniors echoed Smith's sen- Charvet said. "It's been a great fou
aily Sports Writerai."
Saturday will mark two conclu-
sions for the Michigan women's
field hockey team: the end of a sea-
$on, and the end of three Wolverine
seniors' careers - defenders Patricia
Maran and Mary Peters and mid-
fielder Josee Charvet.
Michigan attempts to rebound
*from a four-game slide against Ohio
StateaSaturdaymat 1 p.m. at Tartan
Even though the Wolverines lost
Sunday to Northern Illinois, head
coach Patti Smith thought the squad
showed signs of improvement.
"We put together a strong team
effort," Smith said. "We started to
play together again.".
Smith wants to see her seniors
finish their careers positively.
"I hope they play well and end
their careers with a victory," Smith
said. "I'm sure they will give it ev-
erything they have."
"We want to have fun, but we
also want to finish out careers with a
win," Maran said.
"I'm sorry it's over already,"
years and I am going to miss play-
Peters also was remorseful over
reaching the end of the line.
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