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The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 25, 1991 - Page 13

MSU
kickers
by Tim Rardin
Daily Sports Writer

Blue harriers flock to EMU
tourney, prepare for Big Tens

by Bruce Inosencio
Daily Sports Writer
For the third straight weekend,
Coach Ron Warhurst will shuttle
his runners over to Ypsilanti for yet
another Friday cross country invita-
tional at Eastern Michigan.
Because Michigan will be hold-
ing back its top five men from com-
petition in order to get some good
workouts in over the weekend, this
meet, the EMU Classic, will be
similar to a meet Michigan ran two
weeks ago.
Warhurst is looking for his final
four runners to qualify for the Big

Ten Championships next weekend.
While not everyone will get the op-
portunity to head to the grueling
course at Purdue for that meet, some
spots are open for the road trip to
West Lafayette.
The top five are essentially
etched in stone, but the next four
runners to represent the Blue in
their quest for a Big Ten title Nov. 2
remain in question.
Today's meet may decide the sea-
son's outcome for the team. While
every meet seems to grow in impor-

tance relative to the previous one,
this meet is vital for those trying to
earn a spot on the road to Purdue.
With Michigan's top five out of
action today, the Wolverines should
still post a strong showing. The
momentum this team carries right
now is at a peak.
The biggest asset Michigan pos-
sesses this year is its ability to fill
in holes should they occur. Today's
meet will provide Michigan with
the opportunity to show how deep
the team really is.

'It was a case of Dr. Jekyll and
M. Hyde yesterday for the Mich-
an women's soccer team. The
Wolverines played two very
different halves of soccer against
Michigan State, a preventive ap-
proach in the first half and a more
aggressive style in the second half.
of.play.
Michigan welcomed MSU to
Ann Arbor in front of a larger and
louder than usual home crowd,
~king to extend its 20-game un-
aten streak. But the Wolverines
fel short of their first ever
victory against the Spartans and
their nineteenth of the season,
lasing 2-0.
Michigan found itself in a
defensive struggle in the first half
against its Division I foe. It was
not until late in the half,
following a 15 minute delay due to
ightning, that Michigan State
scored its first goal of the game.
The Wolverines entered halftime
down 1-0, despite outshooting the
Spartans 10-6.
Michigan coach Phil Joyaux
noted that the team was in a defen-

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sive mode for the entire first half.
"Psychologically, it comes
down to whether we let them do
what they want, or we do what we
want," he said. "We were defin-
itely more concerned with keeping
them from scoring than with
scoring ourselves."
The second half saw a new, of-
fensive-minded Wolverine squad.
Michigan managed 12 shots$on
goal, including several that just
missed the Spartan net. But Mich-
igan State continued to put pres-
sure on the Wolverine defense,
adding its second and final goal
near the end of the game.

"We finally got into the game
in the second half, but our defense
was definitely not used to the
pressure," Joyaux said. "This is
probably the first time all year the
defense had any pressure on it."
Joyaux was still pleased with
his team's improved play in the sec-
ond half.
"There was a big difference be-
tween the first half and the second
half," Joyaux said. "In the first
half, we tried not to lose. In the
second, we played more to win."
Michigan will look to get back
on the winning side this weekend in
a tournament at Ohio State.

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Blue lacrosse embarks on
4mast Coast mission of pride

by David Cushard
7The Michigan men's lacrosset
club will face its toughest test of
the fall season this weekend. Thel
Wolverines (2-0) travel to West
Viginia to face some of the best
college and post-college teams in
the nation.
- The sixteen-team tournament
4111 have a double elimination
wf6rmat with Michigan playing its
first game Saturday morning against
Maryland.
Along with the Terrapins, the,
tournament will feature many
strong collegiate teams, including
Pltsburgh, North Carolina and
hit West Virginia. One of the best
veteran club teams competing is the
,m d Light Team of Philadelphia. ,
*-The entire field is virtually un-
known to Michigan, but the players1
give expressed confidence in their
ability to handle the challenge.
Michigan's top goalie, senior co-
captain Peter McPartlin, summa-
rized the team's attitude.
Colloton named
" In conjunction with the Big Ten1
tonference's celebration of 10 years
of women's championships, Mich-1
igan associate athletic director
PFggy Bradley-Doppes announced
Monday the selection of former1
Wolverine swimmer Ann Collotont
as Michigan's Woman Athlete of
tt Decade.<
Colloton's career milestones arec

"With the tournament being
double elimination, our goal is to
reach Sunday and play hard every
game," McPartlin said.
McPartlin cited the play of the
team's midfielders as a key to the
Wolverines' chances. He pointed out
that Michigan will have a better
opportunity to excel due to the
modifications in game format for
this tournament, most important of
which is switching from 20-minute
quarters to a 25-minute running
clock. The continuous clock will
help to shorten the games, thus
making the midfielders' jobs easier.
Co-captain Adam Levy sees this
tournament as a matter of pride.
"We're the returning Big Ten
champions and this (tournament)
gives us a chance to play traditional
powers from the East," Levy said.
"As the sole representatives of the
Big Ten and the entire Midwest at
this tournament, we'd like to show
everyone that quality lacrosse is not
confined to the East."
decade's best
lengthy. The highlight of her career
came in 1989 when she became the
first Michigan female and second
Big Ten conference swimmer to win
a NCAA national championship
taking the 200-yard breaststroke ti-
tle in a record time of 2:12.56.
The 1990 gradute earned eight
all-America awards in her four-year
career. -from staff reports

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2. Michigan St. at Ohio St.
3. Iowa at Purdue
4. Illinois at Northwestern
5. Indiana at Wisconsin
6. Florida St. at LSU
7. Miami at Arizona
8. Oregon at Washington
9. USC at Notre Dame
10. San Jose St. at Cal
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14. Kansas at Oklahoma
15. Texas Christian at Baylor
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