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The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 6, 1991 - Page 15

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Men spikers finish
preseason vs. OSU


Bowling Green vs. Fresno St.
Georgia Tech vs. Stanford
Tulsa vs. San Diego St.
Alabama vs. Colorado
Arkansas vs. Georgia
Air Force vs. Mississippi St.
Virginia vs. Oklahoma
Brigham Young vs. Iowa
UCLA vs. Illinois

Indiana vs. Baylor
E. Carolina vs. N. Carolina St.
Syracuse vs. Ohio St.
Texas A&M vs. Florida St.
Clemson vs. California
Penn St. vs. Tennessee
Michigan vs. Washington
Miami vs. Nebraska
Florida vs. Notre Dame

by Dan Linna
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan men's club vol-
leyball team will end its preseason
when it travels to Lapeer High
School to battle the Ohio State var-
sity volleyball team tomorrow.
The 6:30 p.m. match was sched-
uled at Lapeer to help further ex-
pose collegiate volleyball and as a
kick-off to the women's high school
volleyball season in Michigan.
"We're trying to get our spirits
up," Wolverine co-captain Rico
Latham said. "We've been seeing
slow progress and we want to come
out of this preseason on a high.
We're trying to get ready for the
season. We've all put in a hard pre-
season. It's OSU's varsity. It's a
pretty big deal."
This will be the Wolverines'
last match until after the break,
resuming play during the first
weekend of the Winter semester.
The team is still hoping to answer
some questions before the regular
season begins.
"I think we're getting better,"

junior Soren Juul said. "People are
starting to get to know each other.
It's difficult to play when you have
to worry about your teammates hit-
ting, setting, and blocking. But once
things get clicking and you get to
know your teammates then your
side becomes automatic and the only
variable is what the other side is go-
ing to do."
Playing against varsity competi-
tion will give the Wolverines
something to measure themselves
"It'll be very difficult," junior
Tony Poshek said. "A win would
really boost our confidence."
The Wolverines will be sending
only eight players to the match
while the rest of the team stays be-
hind to work a fundraiser. Tomor-
row is their annual co-rec tourna-
ment at the CCRB starting at 9 a.m.
The tournament consists of
selected co-rec teams made up most-
ly of alumni of collegiate volley-
ball programs. The three divisions
of competition have drawn 22 teams
to this year's tournament.

Phone number:


*Holtz signs with Irish
for five more yearsAre You Afrad Of The Dark

Lou Holtz signed a five-year con-
tract extension yesterday, abruptly
eiiding speculation that the Notre
Dame coach might leave for the
,MhMinnesota Vikings.
"Holtz feared the continuous
speculation would hurt recruiting,
but he proved unable to squelch ru-
mors that he might take the NFL
Holtz said repeatedly he in-
tended to stay at Notre Dame, but
talk flared anew when the Vikings
announced Wednesday that Jerry
Burns would retire and team pres-
Gident Roger Headrick said he would
approach Holtz about the job.
"I've indicated at every opportu-
nity my intention to remain at
Notre Dame as long as the univer-
sity wishes me to serve as football
coach," Holtz said when the con-
tact was announced. "I have no in-
tention of coaching anywhere else."
When asked about his future,
1Ioltz's tone of voice was unequivo-
*chl, but he couched his replies in wa-
*ring phrases such as "hope to,"

"want to" and "plan to."
"I love Notre Dame," he said
last month. "I want to finish out
my coaching career here, whether
that's a year, or two years or five
years. I don't plan on coaching any
place else."
"The perception was anytime his
name was mentioned, Lou was leav-
ing," sports information director
John Heisler said. "The fact that
Lou didn't have a formal contract
may have had something to do with
the speculation.
"This was going to happen today
regardless," he said. "But realisti-
cally the suggestion that continued
to be made regarding Lou's future
was frustrating.
"This is a big recruiting weekend
for us," Heisler said.
This year, Holtz hopes to sign a
top-rated quarterback to take over
when junior Rick Mirer graduates.
Holtz coached one year in the
NFL, producing a 3-10 record with
the New York Jets in 1976 and re-
signing the week before the final
regular season game.







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