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Football
at Boston College
Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m.
Alumni Stadium

Friday, September 6, 1991

Women's Golf
Lady Wolverine Invitational
Tomorrow and Sunday, 8 a.m.
University Golf Course

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The Eagles will rely on their de-
fense to keep them in the game. Led
by defensive tackles Mike Marinaro,
John Stolberg and Ted Page, BC
will pose problems for Michigan's
running attack. Stolberg has a
banged up leg, but Coughlin expects
him to play.
For Marinaro, this game will
carry added importance since his
younger brother, Joe, will be on the
sideline for Michigan. Although the
first-year Wolverine offensive'
tackle is not expected to see action,
Mike will have all the motivation
he needs to lead his youthful team-
mates.
"They are a young defensive
group," Skrepenak said. "We're go-
ing to have to be mentally tough for
all the alignments they will throw
at us. It will be a good early test."
Offensively, Boston College has
only one weapon that should con-
cern Michigan - tight end Mark
Chmura. The senior, who should be a
first-round pick in the NFL, racked
up 560 yards receiving last year.
The Eagles' lineup may contain
9 some sleeping giants. Sophomore
quarterback Glenn Foley completed
9 of 29 passes for just 123 yards last
Saturday.. Foley's numbers would
have been higher if his receivers had
gotten open.
"Foley is a better passer than
those figures," Michigan coach Gary
Moeller said. "His receivers ap-

peared to be bothered by Rutgers'
bumping off the line. They never
seemed to develop their passing
routes."
- Coughlin is well aware of the
problem. "We haven't emerged
with any strength at the receiver or
running back positions," he said.
"We don't have great depth, and our
team speed is a problem.".
On the other side of the ball,
Michigan is ready to play.
"It's tough, going against the
same guys everyday, especially when
they are your teammates," Michigan
inside linebacker Erick Anderson
said. "We can't wait for the season
to get under way, and with the type
'We can't wait for the
season to get under
way, and with the
type of talent we
have, we should win
handily'
-Erick Anderson,
'M' inside Iinebacker
of talent we have, we should win
handily."
Defensive end Mike Evans and
cornerback Lance Dottin hope to
have big games. Both are from the
Boston area and have been waiting
for the opportunity to play in front
of family and friends.
"I'm so excited," Dottin said..
"Every day I think about it, every
single day."

Women's golf tean
hosts Invitational

by Andy De Korte
Daily Sports Writer
Defending champions always put
in a little extra effort to retain
their title for another year. This
Saturday at the University golf
course, the Michigan women's golf
team, winner of the Lady Wolverine
Invitational last year, will be
shooting with that extra vigor in its
first tournament of the year.
After a disappointing showing at
the Big Ten Championships last
June, the Wolverines are eager to re-
turn to their winning ways. Michi-
gan will face a nine-team field,
composed largely of the same teams
from a year ago, including Big Ten
foe Purdue.
Michigan's squad has a new look
after losing Becky Hayes, Darcy
Chandler, and Mary Hartman to
graduation. Hayes, a consistent,
low-scoring four-year golfer will
be missed more this weekend be-
cause she was the leading scorer in
the invitational last year. However,
Wolverine coach Sue LeClair is not
worried about her team's chances
since she does return a competitive
core.
"We can certainly win this tour-
nament," LeClair said. "In fact, we
are kind of counting on it."
Aug. 26 marked the beginning of
golfers fall season and after five
qualifier rounds, LeClair has set her
lineup for the invitational. She has
also chosen the individual competi-
tors.
Last year's leading scorer Erica
Zonder and fellow senior Kristin
Beilstein will lead the Wolverines

against the field. Both of thcm hz
achieved 79s already this fall, si
passing the perennial goal of
However, LeClair anticipates mc
from them as well as the other e
perienced golfers, Tricia Good ai
Wendy Bigler.
"Because they have experien,
and played most of last year, th
were not really pushed in qualifyi
rounds, so I think they will do b
ter when playing for real," LeCk,
said. "Although it is early, I a-
pleased with what I have seen, an,
think we will have a good start
Saturday."
Maura Hawkins and rookie Je
nie Zimmerman complete the linci,
in what will be their first starts fI
Michigan.
Because it is a home tournameni,.
LeClair will enter more individi.
als, allowing them to gain compet
tive experience. Jenny Boring, Carr' ,
Nosenchuk, Tiffany McCorkel, air
Tegan McCorkel will all be partie,
ipating this weekend.
Last year, the Wolverines starts.
with high scores on their homy,,
course, but made up for them in thc
last two rounds. They will not hav. .
an opportunity to do so this year K
cause the golfers will only be pla) ,
ing 36 holes this weekend instead
the normal 54.
The high first-round scores b.
came a problem that plagued Mich5
gan for most of the fall season. T.
team hopes that a consistent openii,
will allow it to take it on the road
and lead to . strong showing.
throughout the season.'_

ILE PHO IO/Uaily
Michigan flanker Desmond Howard hopes to have plenty of touchdowns
to celebrate this year.

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