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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday - September 30, 1991

Michigan Sports
Calendar

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Mtonday, September 30
No ever-ts scheduled
Tuesday, October 1
No events scheduled
Wednesday, October 2
Men's Soccer vs.. Michigan
at Palmer Field
Thursday, October 3
Women's Soccer vs. CMU,
Pleasant.
Friday, October 4

State, 4 p.m.,
5:30 p.m., at Mt.

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Men's Tennis at Harvard Fall Invit., at Boston.
Volleyball vs. Ohio State, 7:30 p.m., Keen
Arena.
Saturday, October 5
Field Hockey vs.. Eastern Kentucky, 1 p.m., at
Oosterbaan Fieldhouse
Football vs. Iowa, 3:30 p.m., at Iowa City
Men's Cross Country at Michigan Invitational
Men's Golf at Buckeyes Fall Classic, Columbus
Men's Soccer vs. Butler JV, 4 p.m., at Mitchell
Field
Men's Tennis at Harvard Fall Invitational
Volleyball vs. Indiana, 7:30 p.m., at Keen
Arena
Women's Cross Country vs. Michigan State,
at Ann Arbor
Sunday, October 6
Field Hockey vs. Ohio State, 11 a.m., at
Colombus
Men's Golf at Buckeyes Fall Classic, Colombus
Men's Tennis at Harvard Fall Invitational
Women's Soccer vs. Oakland Univ., 2 p.m., at
Mitchell Field

National Collegiate
sportswriters Poll
Team (First-place votes) Points Last Week
1. Florida State (30) 750 1
2. Miami, Fla. 713 3
3. Washington 690 4
4. Tennessee 650 6
5. Oklahoma 599 5
6. Clemson 587 7
7. Michigan 547 2
7. Notre Dame 547 8
9. Iowa 510 9
10. Penn State 477 9
11. Baylor 432 14
12. Syracuse 429 13
13. Florida 407 12-
14. Ohio St. 365 15
15. Auburn 292 11
16. Nebraska 290 16
17. Pittsburgh 270 19
18. California 228 20
19. Alabama 209 21
20. N.C. State 144
21. Illinois 141 24
22. Georgia Tech 110 17
23. Texas A&M 68 23
24. Colorado 58 17
25. UCLA 40 --
Others receiving votes: Mississippi State 37,
Missisippi 36, Southern Cal 25, Arizona State 22,
Georgia 21, Oregon 9, TCU 9, North Carolina 6,
Texas 6, West Virginia 5, Rutgers 4, CMU 2

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INTRAMURAL
FRATERNITY
TOP 20

Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week

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Standings are compiled through
Fraternity (Letters)

Sept. 28
Points

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1. Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
2. Sigma Alpha Mu (ZAM)
3. Sigma Phi Epsilon (10DE)
4. Sigma Chi (EX)
5. Phi Delta Theta (qDAE)
6. Theta Xi (eE)
7. Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT)
7. Theta Chi (EX)
9. Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE)
9. Sigma Nu (EN)
11. Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEH)
11. Beta Theta Pi (BOH)
13. Alpha Delta Phi (AA(D)
14. Delta Tau Delta (ATA)
15. Phi Sigma Kappa ((DEK)
16. Sigma Alpha Epsilon (EAE)
16. Pi Kappa Phi (TIKD)
16. Delta Kappa Epsilon (AKE)
19. Pi Lambda Phi (HAD)
20. Kappa Sigma (KY)

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WHO: Katie Thomas
TEAM: Field Hockey
HOMETOWN: Toledo, Ohio
YEAR: Junior
WHY: Thomas recorded a hat trick for the Wolverines in their 3-1 victory over Northern
Illinois on Sunday. With the score tied at 1-1 and less than ten minutes to play, Thomas
scored two unassisted goals to give Michigan its first Midwest Collegiate Field Hockey
Conference (MCFHC) victory of the season. The Wolverines are currently ranked 16th in the
country with an overall record of 4-4 and are 1-1 in conference play.
BACKGROUND: 1991 U-M tri-captain. 1990...Big Ten Conference Academic At-Large...
No. 1 scorer with seven goals and six assists for 20 points...ranked No. 10 among MCFHC
overall season scorers...two goals in 3-0 victory over Louisville (Sept. 8)...winning score in 1-
0 overtime victory at.Northern Illinois (Sept. 30). 1989...played in four games...recorded a
shot on goal against Central Michigan. Prep...Ottawa Hills High School (1989)...National
Honor Society... 1989 All-Northeast and All-State selection...garnered 1988 All-League
accolades and voted OHHS's Most Valuable Offensive Player...MVP of 1988 softball
team...also a four-year basketball player, earning Coach's Award in senior season.

Thomas

Chicago vs. Buffalo?

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Associated Press
Buffalo showed once again Sun-
day that it takes a little pressure to
get the Bills going.
The Bills (5-0) scored on three
consecutive possessions during a
10:26 span starting late the second
quarter, taking a 21-6 lead and going
on to a 35-20 victory over the previ-
ously unbeaten Chicago Bears.

In the first 28 minutes, the Bills
gained just 38 yards and had the ball
for just 6 minutes. Buffalo was
lucky to only be trailing 6-0.
"When the clock is running
down on us, it seems to get us go-
ing," center Kent Hull said. "It's an
offense that seems to thrive under
pressure and not do so well when
there isn't much."

Chi ago (4-1) had two f:
touchoowns called back by p
and could have been aheadt
more than six points. .
Jim Kelly completed 19
passes for 305 yards an
touchdowns. Thurman T
gained 117 yards in 25 carri
ting 90 yards in the second ha
In other games, NewC

Da' Bills
irst-half beat Atlanta 27-6 and Dallas beat
enalties New York 21-16.
by a lot Saints 27, Falcons 6
Bobby Hebert threw two touch-
of 29 down passes to Floyd Turner for
d three New Orleans (5-0).
Thomas Rickey Jackson sacked Atlanta's
es, get- Chris Miller three times and recov-
alf. ered one of two fumbles that led to
Orleans field goals by Morten Andersen.

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