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The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday- September 30, 1991- Page.7

Women
kickers
B 0
win one,
tie two
After travelling to Milwaukee
for a trio of games, the women's
sbccer team continues to be unbeat-
able. It may not win all the time,
*but it's unbeatable.
The team ran its record to 11-0-2
by tying Marquette and Illinois and
eating Minnesota. The Marquette
game ended in a scoreless tie, with
Crissy Rice guarding the Wolverine
goal.
Illinois appeared to have fate on
its side in its 1-1 draw with Michi-
gan. Five of the Wolverines' 25
shots on goal hit the crossbar.
#Molly Douma scored the lone
Michigan goal unassisted.
The Wolverines burst out of
their offensive drought in their fi-
nal game, pummeling Minnesota, 4-
0. Heather Marshall converted first
off a pass from Karen Jones, and
Michelle McQuaid made it 2-0 be-
fore halftime, with Douma assist-
ing.
Michigan continued the barrage
*in the second half, padding its lead
with a pair of Alicia Stewart goals,
assisted by Douma and Marshall, re-
spectively.
"In the first two games, we were
kind of overconfident," sophomore
stopper Carrie Taylor said. "We
wanted Minnesota more than the
other games. They got invited to
club championships last year, and
we got overlooked."
-from staff reports
Griddes
Congratulations to last week's
Griddes winner, Andy Grins-
felder, who picked 19 correct
games. Drop your picks off to the
,Michigan Daily, upstairs at the
Student Publications Building,
420 Maynard, by Friday at 5 p.m.
to win a $10 gift certificate to
O'Sullivan's Eatery and Pub.
1. Michigan at Iowa
2. Michigan State at Indiana
3. Wisconsin at Ohio State
4. Minnesota at Illinois
5. Purdue at Northwestern
6. Syracuse at Florida State
7. Oklahoma State at Miami
8. Arizona at Washington
9. Oklahoma at Iowa State
10. Clemson at Georgia
11. Notre Dame at Stanford
12. Penn State at Temple
13. Baylor at Houston
14. Southern Miss. at Auburn
15. Florida at LSU
16. Maryland at Pittsburgh
17. Georgia Tech at N.C. State
18. California at UCLA
19. Tenn.-Chat. at Alabama
20. William & Mary at UNC
TIEBREAKER SCORE:
MICHIGAN _
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PHONE:

Richardson named
CSCAA president

from staff reports
The College Swimming Coaches
Association of America has an-
nounced Michigan women's swim-
ming coach Jim Richardson as its
new president. The announcement
was made by outgoing president
Glenn Patton, the men's coach of the
Iowa Hawkeyes, at the organiza-
tion's annual meeting in Chicago.
Improvement has highlighted
Richardson's six years at Michigan.
After guiding the Wolverines to a
fifth-place finish in his first season
in 1986, Richardson has since led his
team to five consecutive conference
titles. In addition, those teams have
captured five straight top-15 fin-
ishes at NCAA Championships.
Among Richardson's swimmers
have been 12 NCAA all-Americans,
including 1989 200-yard breast-
stroke champion Ann Colloton,
who became the first Michigan
swimmer and the second in Big Ten
history to win an NCAA title.
Richardson also coached 20 NCAA
honorable mention all-Americans
and 18 Big Ten Champions.
The 1987 and 1989 Big Ten
Swimming Coach of the Year,
Richardson postsa 47-9 overall
record and a 29-3 conference mark in
his years with the Wolverines. An
ardent believer in the student-ath-
lete, Richardson coached a 1990-91
squad which achieved a team grade
point average above a 3.0 and was
one of several to receive the all-aca-
demic team award from the
CSCAA.
Richardson received an under-
graduate degree in 1971 from Wake
Forest before taking graduate
classes at North Carolina-Greens-
boro. He began his collegiate coach-

ing career at Iowa, serving as an as-
sistant coach for four seasons, be-
fore coming to Michigan. Richard-

AP Photo
Detroit safety Bennie Blades (36) arrives on the scene a moment too late during the Lions' fourth straight win,
a 31-3 victory over Tampa Bay.
4-1 Lions roar past Tampa Bay, 31-3

Richardson
son is a past president of the Big Ten
Women's Swimming Coaches
(1987-89) and has also sat on the
CSCAA's Board of Directors as the
Division I women's representative.
The CSCAA is thre oldest pro-
fessional coaching organization de-
voted to swimming in the United
States. It is comprised of approxi-
mately 550 members who are drawn
from swimming and diving coaches
of Divisions I, II, and III institu-
tions and junior colleges across the
country.
In his role as president, Richard-
son will be responsible for direct-
ing the CSCAA's efforts in pro-
moting college swimming. In par-
ticular, he will work with the
NCAA council, the NCAA Presi-
dents Commission and college ad-
ministrators throughout the nation
to insure that swimming remains a
viable sport on the collegiate level.

PONTIAC (AP) - Barry
Sanders is feeling better each week,
and the Detroit Lions are playing
like it.
Sanders scored three touchdowns
for the first time in his career
Sunday as Detroit won its fourth
straight game, 31-3 over Tampa Bay.
It is the Lions' best start since open-
ing the 1980 season 4-0.
The Buccaneers had held oppo-
nents to an average of 17 points in
their first four games, all losses.
Sunday they gave up two touch-
downs in the first 10:14 and never
were in it, falling to 0-5.
Sanders had his third straight
100-yard plus rushing performance,
finishing with 160 on 27 carries. His
touchdowns covered seven, one and
69 yards - the longest of his career.
Quarterback Rodney Peete, solid
if unspectacular, missed two days of
practice, healing from rib and hip in-
juries. Peete threw for one touch-
down and was intercepted once
while completing 15 of 22 passes
for 159 yards. He called it a day
after Sanders' last TD at 5:54.
Detroit's stellar defense made
both look good, recovering two
fumbles and grabbing two intercep-
tions.

Chris Chandler, making his firstt
start since last November, found the'
only way he could move the Bucs
was with his feet. His 56 yards on
six carries came with a pounding. A
minor concussion forced him from
the game late in the third quarter.
Chandler was named by coach
Richard Williamson to replace
Vinny Testaverde after leading
Tampa in the second half to a near
upset of undefeated Buffalo last

week. Against the Lions, he was
only 10-for-26 for 64 yards. He was
sacked once, intercepted once and
hassled constantly.
Testaverde did no better. He
completed his first four passes, then
misfired three straight, the last one
nearly intercepted but dropped by
former University of Miami team-
mate Bennie Blades. He finished
seven of 13 for 54 yards with one in-
terception.

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