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Football
at Boston College
Saturday, 3:30 p.m. (ABC)
Alumni Stadium
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Thursday, September 5, 1991

Women's Golf
Lady Wolverine Invitational
Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m.
Michigan Golf Course

Page 19

Killer instinct
Wolverine spikers take three offirst four matches'

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by Adam Miller
Daily Sports Writer
At this time last year, the
Michigan women's volleyball
team was 0-5, on its way to a disap-
pointing 6-25 season.
What a difference a year makes.
Last weekend, the Wolverines
went to Florida for four matches
- three at the South Florida Vol-
leyball Classic in Tampa, plus a
dual match against Central
Florida. They returned from the
Sunshine State with three wins,
losing only to Florida in the sec-
ond match of the Classic.
Not only did Michigan win, but
it won impressively. The Wolver-
ines did not drop a single game in
beating South Florida, Toledo, and
Central Florida.
As a symbolic gesture of the
program's new dedication to excel-
lence, the players entered the seas-
on with a new motto: "Michigan
Volleyball: We Kill for It."
That killer instinct showed
August 30, as the Wolverines
needed only 1:02 to dispense with
USF in the season opener, 15-11,
15-4, 15-9. Sophomore middle

blocker Michelle Horrigan led the
charge with 12 kills, with junior
setter Tarnisha Thompson adding
24 assists. Thompson is now fifth
on Michigan's all-time assist list
with 723, only 119 short of fourth.
The next morning, Florida
handed Michigan its first loss of

Horrigan's 13 kills.
Michigan bounced right back
that evening, downing Toledo 15-1,
15-6, 15-12. The Wolverines bene-
fitted from junior outside hitter
Hayley Lorenzen's team-leading.
nine kills and 13 more assists from
Thompson. Horrigan, a Toledo na-
tive, racked up eight more kills, and
frosh middle blocker Aimee Smith
added six of her own.
"I thought we showed good in-
tensity and hustle during the South
Florida Volleyball Classic,"
Wolverine coach Peggy Bradley-
Doppes said after the tournament.
The Maize and Blue capped off
the southern swing Monday with a
hard-fought 15-3, 15-10, 15-3 vic-
tory over UCF. Lorenzen had an-
other big night at the net, killing
nine over her Lady Knight oppo-
nents, and Horrigan continued her
storm at the net with eight more
winners.
Michigan heads south again next
weekend, but this time the destina-
tion is Texas. The Wolverines re-
turn to action Sept. 13, facing
DePaul in the first match of the
Rice-Baden Showcase Tournament.

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Student
Seating

Thompson
the season. The Gators did some
sweeping of their own, dumping
the Wolverines, 15-4, 15-2, 15-7,
despite Thompson's 17 assists and

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Graphic by Theodore Cox and Andrew Levy/Daily

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SEATING
Sontinued from page 1
nd the bench, other season ticket
holders in that area will be dis-
placed. Those ticket holders will be
moved to other areas of the blue
section according to their priority.
Student seating assignments
will be made starting two hours
before each game. Seating will be
I have better things
to do than show up
two hours before a
game
- Jeff Cameron,
LSA junior
*etermined on a first-come, first-
served basis with the rows behind
the benches filled first.
"I think this will increase stu-
dent involvement," Fisher said. "I
anticipate that this will have an
impact on the crowd. Now we've

got them there and involved."
However, some student season
ticket holders who have held their
tickets for two or three years have
expressed concern about losing their
priority.
"To say the least, I'm a little bit
disappointed about it," LSA junior
Jeff Cameron said. "I was going to
have really good seats this year.
Now the freshmen and new students
will come in and have an equal
opportunity to get the seats I would
have. I have better things to do than
show up two hours before a game."
The application process that
students go through to get seats has
also been revamped. Beginning Oct.
14, season tickets will be sold for
$65 to the first 4,000 students who
apply.
Students will be given a num-
bered voucher when they apply.
They will redeem the voucher dur-
ing ticket distribution at the Ath-
letic Ticket Office from Nov. 11 to
Nov. 15.
The Dec. 21 game against Rice is
not included in the season ticket
package. Individual tickets for that
game will be sold at full price dur-
ing the application period.

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