100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 28, 1991 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1991-10-28

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday - October 28, 1991

Michigan Sports Calendar
Monday, October 28
No events scheduled
Tuesday, October 29
Volleyball at Eastern Michigan, 7:30 p.m., at Ypsilanti
Wednesday, October 30
Women's Soccer vs. Schoolcraft, 6 p.m., at Mitchell
Field
Thursday, October 31
Women's Tennis at ITCA Midwest Championship, at
Madison
Friday, November 1
Volleyball at Indiana, 7:30 p.m., at Bloomington
Ice Hockey vs. Western Michigan, 7:30 p.m., at Yost
Arena
Women's Tennis at ITCA Midwest Championship, at
Madison
Saturday, November 2
Football vs. Purdue, 12:30 p.m., at Michigan Stadium
Volleyball at Ohio State, 7:30 p.m., at Columbus
Ice Hockey at Western Michigan, 7:30 p.m., at
Kalamazoo
Women's Cross Country at Big Ten Championships,
at West Lafayette
Women's Soccer at Big Ten Championships, at
Mitchell Field
Women's Tennis at ITCA Midwest Championship, at
Madison
Men's Cross Country at Big Ten Championships,
at West Lafayette
Sunday, November 3
Field Hockey vs. Ohio State, 11 a.m., at Oosterbaan
Field House
Men's Soccer at Western Michigan, TBA, at
Kalamazoo
Women's Soccer at Big Ten Championships, at
Mitchell Field
Women's Tennis at ITCA Midwest Championship, at
Madison

ASSOCIATED PRESS
Top 25
Here's a look at how the top college football teams in the
Country fared over the weekend (kast weeks rankings are
included in parentheses):
N2 TIam ThhsWeek erd
1-(1} Florida St beat Louisiana St., 27-16 8-0-0
2,{21 Miami beat Arizona,. 36-9 7-0-0
33 Washingtoni beat Oregon, 29-7 7-0-0
4({41 Michlgan beat MInnesota,~ 52- 6-40
5.(51 Notre Dame beat Southern CaI, 24-20 741-0
6.{61 Flordda ide 6-1-0
77 Alabama idle 6-1-0
8-(81 Penn St. beat West Virginia, 51-6 7-2-0
9.(9} Nebraska beat Missouri, 63-6 6-1-0
10,{10) California beat San Jose St., 41-20 6-1-0
1It{l1) towa beat Purdue, .31~21 6~1-0
12.(13) Texas A&M beat Houston, 27-18 510
13.{ 14) Ohio St. beat Michigan $t., 27.17 6-1-0
14.{15) T4enn::e:ssee id:: :2e: ::4-2-::.......
15._16) Colorado beat Ka:sas St., 10-0. . -2:-G
16.{19) Clemson beat N. Carolina St., 29-19 4-11
17.(20) East Carolina beat Pittsburgh, 24-23 S-1-0g
1&.(18) Syracuse beat Rutgers, 21-7 6~2-0
19.(12) N. Carol*n Slost to Cfemsor', 29-19 6~1~0
20.{21) Oklahoma beat Kansas, 41-3......2-0
2..22) Baylor beat Texas Christian 26. -.
22.(24) Geoga... beat Kentucky, 49-27 6-2-0
23.(F-) UCLA beat Arizona St1 21-16 -2S
24.{25) Arkansas~ idle 5-2-Q
25.--- Fresna St. beat UiNLV, 4822 7-0-0

National Collegiate
Sportswriters' Poll
Team (First-place votes) Points Last Week

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
(tie)
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

Florida State (25)
Miami, Fla. (1)
Washington (3)
Michigan
Notre Dame
Florida
Penn State
Alabama
Nebraska
California
Iowa
Texas A&M
Ohio State
Tennessee
Clemson
Colorado
East Carolina
Syracuse
N.C. State
Oklahoma
Baylor
Georgia
Arkansas
UCLA
Fresno State

720
684
683
634
593
587
512
512
503
476
437
369
356
331
322
297
257
229
198
192
140
128
60.5
40
34

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
15
14
13
19
23
21
20
12
18
22
23

01

J
f

Yl: ..: fIv .^v ~ft .....

Others receiving votes: Mississippi State 19, Pitt 15,
Indiana 12, Duke 10, Illinois 9, Air Force 7.5, Auburn 6,
Virginia 6, Bowling Green 5, Southern Cal 5, West Virginia
5, San Diego State 3, Arizona State 2, Brigham Young 2,
Georgia Tech 2, TCU 2, Texas 2, Boston College 1, Georgia
Southern 1, Northwestern 1.
'Cats impede 'M'
water polo's flow

0

Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week
WHO: Julie Scherer .
TEAM: Volleyball
HOMETOWN: Los Altos, Calif.
YEAR: Frosh
ELIGIBILITY: Frosh
WHY: Scherer, a setter, helped lead the Wolverines to two Big Ten victories this week-
end. She turned in 35 assists, four digs, and three block assists in Michigan's Friday night
upset of No. 17 Illinois, and followed up with 36 assists, one dig, and one block assist in
Saturday's defeat of Purdue. It was the Wolverine's first win over Purdue since 1981. Her
quality performance against the Illlini earned her the starting spot against the Boilermakers.
BACKGROUND: averaging 8.1 assists/game in her rookie season Prep: Los Altos High
School (1991) ... two-time Times Tribune All-Santa Clara Valley Athletic League First Team
... Academic Honor Roll ... 1990 San Jose Mercury News All-Santa Clara County ... 1990
Times Tribune All-Pennisula First Team 1990 team MVP ... team two-time Santa Clara
Valley League champions ... played club ball for Central Coast Volleyball Club (1988-89),
Bay Coast Junior Team (1990) ... BCJC 12th at 1990 Junior Olympics ... born February 2,
1972.
Sarah Lawrence College
at
Ox r 309 S. " T""E"S"R"Ej.
DISCONT~n

.:1
ponosticat-OM.,wh very
pr tibvi for.O u te r.home
mrissedon o *0 : rwester's>>
Stnnig st ofthe lrni,ricnd i
wats Dou a Fran klitwho brokec
##1tofte pck by pi cl~n .....
49- , 1hetwrekr
¬ęto ? 420 ...yn :cd... fi .m.....:::::: y
Pub......
2+ OS : 'iA$t:: rat Lowavil
... ... .. ... ... .. ... .. ... ... .. ... .. ... ... .. ... ... . . . . .
<+ sw tOi ta t
#0 N(Fwetr atMihgr ta
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..a t . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
..... r N.................................................
.... .. ... .... ... . .. ... .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .
....... in. ati.,....... t.........
N ~ Mt.' sStt tTense
--- T--------------------------

by Tim Spolar
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's water polo
team ran into a roadblock at the
Wildcat Invitational Friday night.
Host Northwestern, the Wol-
verines' conference rivals, won the
match, 10-9, taking sole possession
of first place in the Big Ten.
As had been true in the teams'
previous meetings,,the margin of
victory was only one goal. Another
recurring motif was the Wildcats'
tendency to apply pressure in the
fourth quarter, while Michigan ap-
peared to fold.
In the teams' first confrontation,
the Badger Invitational,
Northwestern came from behind to
win on a last second goal. In their
next meeting, the Wolverine
Invitational, Northwestern made a
strong comeback bid late in the
game, only to fall one score short.
Friday, the Wolverines again
took a lead into the fourth quarter,
only to watch the Wildcats shut
down Michigan's big guns and re-
lentlessly blister Wolverine goal-
tender Sam Chuang.
However, Michigan's defeat was
not entirely attributable to the
fourth quarter letdown.
"We jumped into the match
right after we got off the bus (from
Ann Arbor)," Michigan coach Scott

Russell said. "(Northwestern) had
already played two matches, which
amounted to warm-ups, before we
got there. Our defense was solid, as
usual, but it's kind of hard to get
your offense to click perfectly com-
ing right off the road."
Michigan was unable to field its
top squad. Many of the team's top
performers did not make the trip
due to academic commitments.
Northwestern, playing in its home
pool, faced no such problems.
"Winning against your top op-
ponent is really tough when you're
missing some of the key links to
your team," Russell said. "I'm re-
ally not too disappointed (about the
loss), considering the circum-
stances."
The loss ended Michigan's 12-
game winning streak. However, the
Wolverines (13-2 in the Big Ten, 21-
5 overall) were able to bounce back
in the tournament's three remaining
matches Saturday.
Michigan crushed Ohio State, the
University of Wisconsin at
Milwaukee, and the University of
Illinois at Chicago 15-2, 14-7, and
13-8, respectively. The Wolverines
will attempt to carry this momen-
tum into the Big Ten Champion-
ships in Evanston Nov. 8.

0

An opportunity for qualified undergraduates to spend
a year of study at Oxford. Individual tutorials with Oxford
faculty, Oxford University lectures, and an affiliation with
an Oxford college immerse students in Oxford's rich
education tradition.
For information contact:
Sarah Lawrence College at Oxford
Box UMO
Bronxville, New York 10708

i
i

.prs~na

"Choose your starting
point carefully. When you plan on
making engineering your life, look for a company with the size and
diversity to provide an unparalleled spectrum of career options.
Like General Motors. Look for a company with numerous divisions,
groups, subsidiaries and joint ventures making technological advances
in everything from cars and trucks to satellites. Like General Motors.
Then talk to engineers of all disciplines who share both our commit-
ment to individual achievement and our passion for teamwork.
And, most importantly, don't miss your opportunity to discuss your
personal ambitions with our representatives when they visit your
campus. Once you know all the facts, you'll know why the world's
largest industrial corporation is the right place to launch your career."
Teamwork that
touches the world.

Senior Editors
Theodore Cox
Phil Green
Night Editor
Albert Lin

AssistantrNight Editors
Chris Carr
Ken Davidoff
Tim Spolar
Trainees
David Cushard
Mike Rancilio

Trivi Anse
In 1983, the Spartans
finished at 4-6-1.

U

The Office of International Programs
Study Abroad Information Meetings
Academic Year in Aix-en- Provence, France
Students may choose from a full array of liberal arts courses
at the University of Aix.
Monday, October 28, 1991, 5:00 pm
443 Mason Hall
Spring Term in Jamaica
(offered jointly with CAAS)

Si

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan