vs. Michigan State
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena
Tuesday, November 6, 1990
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
at Minneapolis, MN
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Blue sunk by Hoosiers in Big Ten
1. Notre Dame
5. Miami (Fla)
7. Georgia Tech
12. Florida State
21. Penn State
23. Southern Cal
25. Michigan State
1 Desmond Howard and Michigan moved up to No.19 in the AP Top 2
MOELLER PUZZLED OVER ILLINOIS LOSS AS...
by Ryan Schreibc
Daily Football Writer
Michigan coach Gary Moeller seemed surprised
and could not explain how Illinois' celebrated defense
came up empty last weekend, giving up 54 points in
a loss to Iowa.
Yet, the first-year coach believes that Illinois will
not make the same mistakes again.
"The score shocked me," Moeller said. "It's a
matter of one team really getting hot and another
team not playing as well as they can play. The worst
thing out of that is that it'll get their attention in a
hurry. They'll be a little more intense coming in
here, I know that."
In any case, Iowa managed to exploit the Illini
rushing defense, an area where Michigan saw much
success in last year's 24-10 victory in Champaign.
Additionally, the Illinois defense is very similar to
the one the Wolverines faced in 1989, with nine
players returning to the lineup this season.
"We maintained the drive on them at the end of
last year's game," Moeller recalled. "Prior to that, we
did two things offensively running a year ago. With
(Tony) Boles, we broke him out on a big run down
the sideline on the second play of the game, Taylor
had for Ill
had some success on the option play, and at the end
of the game we sustained a drive when we were
Still, he recognized that Illinois, prior to the Iowa
game, had shown a suitable rushing defense.
"But, they've been difficult to run on in the past,"
the Michigan coach said. "Their defense is set up so
you're not supposed to be able to run on them. Iowa
had some success running, they just got rolling, and
their backs had a hot hand."
INJURY UPDATE: Eric Bush, a quarterback-
turned-cornerback, dislocated his shoulder against Pur-
due, Saturday. According to Moeller, he probably will
not return for the remainder of the season.
Returning to the practice field, however, are line-
backer Chris Hutchinson and center Steve Everitt.
While Hutchinson may be ready to return to the
lineup for the Illinois game, Everitt appears to be a
bit further behind in rehabilitation.
"I don't know how well he'll move around,"
Moeller said of Everitt, who has been sidelined with a
broken foot. "He can take some hits. He ran a little
bit last week, but it depends on his mobility and the
type of movement he can do with a different shoe (for
by David Kraft
Daily Sports Writer
BLOOMINGTON - For a
while, it seemed like deja vu from
the 1989 Big Ten Championships.
The Michigan men's water polo club
won .its first two games of the
tournament and was headed towards a
semifinal meeting with Indiana.
Like last year, the Wolverines
had also beaten the Hoosiers handily
during the regular season.
In fact, the only differences
between the 1989 and 1990
championships were the results and
the location. At last year's Big Tens,
Michigan beat Indiana in East
Lansing. This year in Bloomington,
it was the Hoosiers who prevailed,
12-11, drowning Michigan's hopes
of repeating as Big Ten Champs.
The Wolverines (6-5-1 Big Ten,
11-12-1 overall) stormed back in the
consolation game, though, leveling
The first match for No. 3 seed
Michigan was Friday night against
Ohio State, the No. 6 seed. The
Wolverines overcame a slow first
half by scoring five third-quarter
goals, propelling them to a 10-8
victory over the feisty Buckeyes.
In their next match against No. 7
seed Purdue, Michigan jumped to an
8-3 halftime lead and never looked
back, routing the undermanned
Boilermakers, 17-7. First-team Big
Ten junior Aaron Frame paced the
Wolverines with five goals.
The remaining match against
rival Northwestern would determine
placement for the semi-final games.
In a contest Northwestern coach
Rick Marsh called "a possible
preview for the title match," both
teams performed well.
The score seesawed throughout as
both teams displayed talented
offenses. When first-year player
Michael Wiletzky put Michigan
ahead 12-10 with 2:03 left to play,
victory appeared imminent.
Unfortunately for Michigan, the
Wildcats refused to fold, scoring two
goals in the last two minutes,
forging a 12-12 tie.
Controversial officiating played a
factor in the Wolverines' subsequent
semi-final dive against the Hoosiers.
"The official neutralized our
physical advantage over Indiana,"
The emotionally tired
Wolverines couldn't execute
offensively as they did in their
regular season, 17-8, victory over
In the consolation game against
Northwestern, there was definite
skepticism on both sides whether
either team could bounce back from
their semi-final losses (Wisconsin
defeated the Wildcats,12-7 in the
second at B
by Jeff Cameron
and R.C. Heaton
Daily Sports Writers
For the second year in a row, the
Michigan women's soccer club
finished second to the Minnesota
Golden Gophers at the Big Ten Club
Championships held last weekend in
. This is not exactly the outcome
the Wolverines had hoped for enter-
ing the two-day tournament, as they
concluded their season at 20-6-4.
Michigan opened the tournament
Saturday by tying Minnesota, 2-2.
First-year halfback Neysa Colizzi
notched her first goal of the year
against the defending champs.
Sophomore forward Shannon Loper,
who played well throughout the
tournament, scored the Wolverines'
Michigan was not disappointed
with the tie, but was hurt by
injuries to two of its starters. Senior
Amy Stock left the contest with a
hyperextended elbow, but returned
for the next game. Carrie Taylor was
less fortunate, suffering a gash on
her lip that required stitches, leaving
her sidelined for the remainder of the
Against Michigan's next
opponent, the Indiana Hoosiers, the
ball did not bounce the Wolverines
way. Shots rang off Indiana'4
goalposts, as Michigan missed
numerous scoring opportunities.
Also, Wolverine goaltender Jenny
Saul had to leave the game with an
injured knee. These misfortunes
added up to a 1-0 defeat.
On Sunday, as the weather turned
cold, the Wolverines looked hot,
disposing of Illinois, 4-1, and
Purdue, 5-0. Towne led the way with
4 goals, sophomore Jenny*
Steinhebel and rookie Lisa Ashton
scored twice, and junior Heather
Marshall chipped in with a goal.
"We were a little disappointed,
not winning it all," senior forward
Krista Towne said. "However, we
It was the Wolverines who
responded, taking a 5-2 lead.
Anchored by solid performance
from first-team Big Ten sophomore
Paul Murray, second team Big Ten
senior Dan Varner and junior goalie
Michael Winkelman, the team
dictated the course of play the entire
game. The final score favored the
The leading scorers in the
tournament for Michigan were Aaron
Frame with 15 goals, Paul Murray
with 14, and Keith Cox with 13.
"Although we lost to Indiana, we
felt satisfied with our performance
- especially against Northwestern,"
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