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Page 2 -The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday - September 23, 1991

Michigan Sports
Calendar
Monday, September 23
Men's Golf at Northern Intercollegiate
Tournament, 9 a.m., at Iowa City.
Tuesday, September 24
Men's Golf at Northern Intercollegiate
Tournament, 9 a.m., at Iowa City.
Wednesday, September 25
No events scheduled.
Thursday, September 26
No events scheduled.
Friday, September 27
Volleyball vs. Iowa, 8:30 p.m, at Iowa City.
Women's Golf at Lady Northern Invitational, 9
a.m. at Savoy, Ill.
Saturday, September 28
Field Hockey vs. Northwestern, 2 p.m., at
DeKalb, Ill.
Football vs. Florida State, 12 noon, at
Michigan Stadium.
Men's Cross Country at Dartmouth Invitational,
at Hanover, N.H.
Women's Cross Country at Dartmouth
invitational, at Hanover, N.H.
Women's Golf at Lady Northern Invitational, 9
a.m. at Savoy, Ill.
Women's Tennis at North Carolina St.
Invitational, at Raleigh, N.C.
Sunday, September 29
Field Hockey vs. Northern Illinois, 12 noon, at
DeKalb, Ill.
Volleyball vs. Minnesota, 3 p.m., at Minneapolis.
Women's Tennis at North Carolina St.
Invitational, at Raleigh, N.C.

AssoCIATED PRESS
To 250
Hera's a kook at how the top~ co1Iege footb8H teams in the
coLntry fared over the weekend::
t, Florida St. Idle 3-0
2. Miami Idle...2.............-O.
3. Michigan Idle 'i<2-Oi
4., Washngton beat Nebraska, 3e-21 20
5. Florida lost to Syracuse, 38-21 2-1
0. Tennessee beat Miss. St., 26-24 3-0
7. Qklahoma beat Utah t, 5-21.2...
8, C emrso n beat 'Temrp le, 37-7 2-0
t. Nebraska lost to Wash., 6212.......
10. Iowa Idle 20
1it Notre Dame beat Michigan St. 49-10 2-1
12. Penn St beat BYU.....
13. Auburn beat Texas, 14-10......3-0.
14~. Baylor beat Misseuri, 47 21 3-0
15, Texas A&M lost to Tulsa, 35-34 1-1
10. Ohio St beWash .St., 33-19 3-0
17. Ga. Tech beat Virginia, 24-21 2-1
18, Syracuse beat Fiorrda,.38-21 3- ~
19. Corado beat Minniesota, 58-0 2-1
20. Pittsburgh Idle 3-0
21. Houston lost to isoi 5110 1-2
22. USC....lost to Arizona St., 32-25 1-2
23. M ss St, lott enes 26-24 3-1
2'4.. California beet Arizona, 23-21 3-0
25. Georgia lost to Alabama, 10-0 2-1

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE
SPORTSWRITERS' POLL
Team (First-place votes) Points Last W

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Florida St. (24)
Michigan (3)
Miami (Fla.) (2)
Washington (1
Oklahoma
Tennessee
Clemson (1)
Notre Dame
Penn St.
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Auburn
Florida
Syracuse
Baylor
Ohio St.
Nebraska
Colorado
Georgia Tech
Pittsburgh
California
Alabama
Mississippi State
Texas A&M
Illinois
North Carolina

766
726
719
691
606
605
599
527
499
484
438
425
409
379
336
332
269
269
258
161
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Others receiving votes: Arizona State 36, North
Carolina State 34, Texas 21, Air Force 20, Tulsa 12,
West Virginia 10.5, Georgia 10, Duke 8, Mississippi
8, UCLA 8, USC 7, Oregon 6, Central Michigan 5.5,
Kansas 5, Indiana 2, Memphis State 1, Utah 1

Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week
WHO: Michelle Horrigan
TEAM: Volleyball
HOMETOWN: Toledo, Ohio
YEAR: Sophomore
WHY: Horrigan was named the most valuable player in the Michigan Volleyball Classic
this weekend. With 23 kills, three aces, four digs and two blocks in the championship match
against Northern Illinois, she helped lead the Wolverines to the tournament title. Horrigan
has been a major reason for the Wolverines' impressive 8-2 start this season and looks to be
a force in the Big Ten.
BACKGROUND: Horrigan played in seven games last season before shin splints forced her
to be a medical redshirt ... currently leads the team with 143 kills and has 228 kills in her
Michigan career ... leads the Wolverines and is in the top five in the Big Ten with a .390 .
hitting efficiency ... fourth on the team in digs with 49 ... has played in all 34 games for the
Wolverines in 1991... named member of the Rice Baden Showcase all-tournament team two

weeks ago in Houston, TX ... had 20 kills in the three-game loss
at the Showcase ... recipient of the 1989 Maize and Blue award
I:: S p o s I . ...ay..a . .

to eventual champion DePaul

Senior Editors
Phil Green
John Niyo
Night Editors
Albert Lin
Jeff Williams
Trainees
Dan Engelberg
Dan Linna
Tracy Pattison

Assistant Night Editors
Chris Carr
Andy DeKorte
Ryan Herrington
Adam Miller
Tim Spolar
Andy Stabile
Ken Sugiura
Th 198Afisri llies
The 1980-81 Phillies

Barrowman brings
home more honors

from staff reports
Any time soon now, Mike
Barrowman's trophy case ought to
buckle under its immense load.
Saturday, the former Wolverine
added yet another feather to his al-
ready well-decorated cap: United
States Swimming's 1991 Swimmer
of the Year.
To gain the award for an un-
precedented third straight time,
Barrowman this year has twice reset
the world record in the 200-meter
breaststroke; first at the World
Championships in Perth, Australia,

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and more recently, at the United
States Swimming National Champ-
ionships, in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Furthering his credentials for
nomination, Barrowman captained
the Wolverines to their sixth
straight Big Ten title and a sixth-
place finish at the NCAA Champ-
ionships. At the NCAAs, Barrow-
man captured his third straight 200-
yard breaststroke title. Also, he was
named Big Ten Jesse Owens Athlete
of the Year; the first swimmer ever
to receive the award.

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With a look of consternation on his -face, Notre Dame coach Lou
Holtz is obviously more concerned with winning Griddes this week
than his team's visit to West Lafayette, Ind. After Michigan State last
Saturday, another Big Ten cream puff, Purdue, appears on the Notre
Dame schedule.
Few would repute it is harder to pick 18 winning teams out of 20
games on the collegiate circuit than picking one's nose. The enormous
number of upsets have given even the most knowledgeable
prognosticators fits this season. Maybe Lou nose something. Give his
picking technique a try.
Griddes protocol is as simple as picking one's nose too. Just circle
your picks and fill out the tiebreaker. Also, make sure to bring your
entry to the Daily in the Student Publications building at 420
Maynard Street by 5 p.m. Friday for your chance to win a $10 gift
certificate to O'Sullivan's Eatery & Pub. Last week's winner was
Amy Golden. Golden correctly picked 17 games, including Illinois
over Houston to win the prize.
1. Florida St. at Michigan
2. Rutgers at Michigan St.
3. Notre Dame at Purdue
4. Indiana at Missouri
5. E. Michigan at Wisconsin
6. N. Illinois at Iowa
7. Wake Forest at Northwestern
8. Pittsburgh at Minnesota
9. Kansas St. at Washington
10. Mississippi St. at Florida
11. Auburn at Tennessee
12. Virginia Tech at Oklahoma
13. Georgia Tech at Clemson
14. Nebraska at Arizona St.
15. Boston College at Penn. St.
16. Baylor at Southern Methodist
17. Syracuse at Tulane
18. Colorado at Stanford

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You are eligible for Summer Ill after your junior year of a
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