The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 12, 1991 - Page 11
Four field goals in one game is impressive. However,
Washington's Chip Lohmiller, who kicked two 50-plus
yard field goals in the game to tie a NFL record, knows
there are greater aspirations.
Rather than waste his time in the NFL, Lohmiller is
ready to trade everything for his chance to make his
college picks and try to win Griddes.
All you need to do is pick the winner in these 20
games, and drop off your ballot by Friday at the Daily in
the Student Publications Building at 420 Maynard Street.
The person who picks the most correct games will win a
$10 gift certificate to O'Sullivan's Eatery & Pub.
1. Notre Dame vs. Michigan
2. Central Michigan vs. Michigan St.
3. Iowa vs. Iowa St.
4. Louisville vs. Ohio St.
5. Missouri vs. Illinois
6. Rice vs. Northwestern
7. California vs. Purdue
8. Western Illinois vs. Wisconsin
9. San Jose St. vs. Minnesota
10. Penn St. at Southern Cal.
11. Western Michigan vs. Florida State
12. Alabama vs. Florida
13. UCLA vs. Tennessee
14. Baylor vs. Colorado
15. Colorado St. vs. Nebraska
16. Georgia Tech vs. Boston College
17. Mississippi vs. Auburn
18. LSU vs. Texas A&M
19. Syracuse vs. Maryland
20. North Texas St. vs. Oklahoma
Tiebreaker: Total points Notre Dame vs. Michigan:
Women kickers beat
Siena Heights, 4-0
by Caryn Seidman
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan women's soccer
club is looking to extend its win-
ning streak to six games when they
play Windsor today at 4:30 at
The team, whose record is now 5-
0, completed its third shutout of the
season with a 4-0 victory at Siena
Heather Marshall scored the
first goal of the game off an assist
from Leslie Martin, and the
Wolverines never looked back.
Jenny Steinhebel made it 2-0 before
Michigan put it away in the sec-
ond half when Molly Douma
padded the lead on an unassisted
goal. Lynda Hart closed the scoring
off a pass from Neysa Colizzi.
Lisa Bennett and Anne Hollar
combined for the shutout, but the
real story was the Wolverine de-
fense. Michigan smothered Siena
Heights, allowing them only one
shot on goal for the entire game.
Siena Heights entered the game as
the fifth-ranked team in the NAIA.
The five-game streak has the
team members feeling confident
about their home opener against
Windsor. Center forward Shannon
Loper says there has been a marked
improvement in team play during
the past five games.
"The team has really come to-
gether in the last few games," Loper
said. "Now we are playing much
tighter as a group."
Defender Kari Andrews says that
the team has begun to hit its stride.
Andrews attributes part of the sua-
cess to nine highly-skilled" rook-
ies, who, combined with the 15 re-
turning veterans, have produced the
The Wolverines are playing',
more physical and aggressive game
than they did a year ago when they
finished the season with a 26-5-I
Michigan suffered a setback
when goalkeeper Chrissy Rice
pulled a thigh muscle against Penn
State. Bennett and Hollar have com-
bined to handle the goaltending
chores in Rice's absence.,t
Loper says two of the unsung
heroes of this year's team have been
right fullback Kim Chenet and sec-
ond-string forward Karen Jones. .
The team refuses to be satisfied
with its current success and has set
big goals for itself this season. It is
hoping to get a bid to the national
tournament. This target appears
within reach, since the Wolverines
beat Penn State, which took third is
last year's tournament. *
Michigan is also looking fors
ward to hosting the Big Teu
Tournament Nov. 2 and 3.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -
Boxer Mike Tyson protested
Wednesday that "I didn't hurt no
one" after he was booked and fin-
gerprinted and a judge set a date for
his trial on a charge he raped a teen-
age beauty contestant.
The former heavyweight cham-
pion said he is confused and dis-
mayed by the allegations. He pre-
dicted a jury will vindicate him
when he goes on trial, well after his
Nov. 8 scheduled fight against
champion Evander Holyfield.
Tyson, 25, is accused of forcing
an 18-year-old contestant in the
Miss Black America Pageant to have
sex in his Indianapolis hotel room
The woman "knows what hap-
pened in that room. I know what
happened, and I know I'm innocent,"
said Tyson, calling his accuser by
name during a news conference after
his court appearance.
He called the charges, which
carry maximum penalties of 63
years, "totally ridiculous."
"I didn't hurt no one," Tyson
said. "I'm extremely worried about
the situation, but I know I'm inno-
David Hennessy, an attorney for
the woman, responded: "If Tyson
said that he and the victim both
were in that room and (both) know
that he's totally innocent, my re-
sponse is that the victim and Mr.
Tyson both testified before the
grand jury and Mr. Tyson was in-
During a five-minute court pro-
ceeding, Marion Superior Court
udge Patricia J. Gifford read Tyson
he charges of rape, two counts of
* riminal deviate conduct and one
ount of confinement.
The judge entered a preliminary
#lea of innocent and scheduled trial
fr Jan. 27.
2 Tyson was fingerprinted and
Looked at the county lockup before
posting $30,000 bail. The process
pok less than an hour.
5 Outside the courthouse, a group
if Guardian Angels picketed, urging
Tyson to "do the right thing" and
tot fight while the charges are pend-
sTyson is guaranteed $15 million
or the Las Vegas fight.
'Later, Tyson and his promoter,
ion King, held a rambling news
conference dominated by King's al-
legations of financial mismanage-
ment by Tyson's former managers.
Tyson said he wants to focus on