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The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 25, 1992- Page 13

NETTERS
Continued from page 11
plenty of punch. The two have com-
bined for over 200 kills this year,
*and both are hitting above .200.
Tomorrow, the Wolverines face a
more formidable foe in Purdue, and
the match should be a better barome-
ter of how good they are. A much
improved team from last year's
squad that went 13-16, coach Carol
Dewey's Boilermakers come in with
a 7-3 record - two of the losses
against top-25 teams.
Expect the match to be an offen-
sive shoot-out. It pits the No. 1-
(Michigan) and No. 3-ranked teams
in the Big Ten in kills. Purdue's po-
tent lineup returns five starters from
last year's squad, and it matches up
well against Michigan's big guns of
Michelle Horrigan, Aimee Smith
and Joanna Collias.
The leading returnee for the
Boilermakers is senior middle
blocker Darcy Jones. She was sec-
ond on last year's team in kills, hit-
ting percentage and total block aver-
age, and this year she is doing more
of the same. Jones leads the team
with 179 kills and a .350 hitting per-
centage (tops in the Big Ten) and her
105 blocks is third on the team.
Two other players on Purdue are
also in triple-figures in kills - se-
nior middle blocker Donna Gill and
junior outside hitter Carcy Burvis.
Gill, a former member of the Purdue
women's basketball team, is also
first on the team in blocks and sec-
ond in hitting percentage. The
Boilermakers also feature an accom-
plished setter in senior Paula
Harmon, who has 410 assists.
Stickers
take on
Big Ten
rivals
by Brett Johnson
Coming off two consecutive
shutouts, the Michigan field hockey
team gets its first taste of Big Ten
competition this weekend. The
Wolverines will travel to Columbus
to face two teams heading in com-
pletely opposite directions -
Michigan State and Ohio State.
Tomorrow, the team faces off
against the 1-5 Spartans. Michigan
State is trying to rebound from its
fourth straight losing season. With
the loss of five starters from last
year's squad, the Spartans are still
looking for the right team chemistry.
"They are a scrappy team, and
S this is a big rivalry. But some of the
games have been closer than they
need to be," Michigan coach Patti
Smith said. "We need to play our
game and do what we do well. We
also need to mentally think about
shooting a lot."
Last weekend at Central
Michigan, the Wolverines fired
away and were rewarded with a 5-0

I win. Michigan will be looking for
similar play from Katie Thomas and
the rest of the offense this weekend.
Sunday morning, Michigan will
face Ohio State. The Buckeyes are
3-1 (1-0 Big Ten) this season and are
ranked 15th in the NCAA field
hockey poll.
"Ohio State has great penalty
corners, and we need to keep them
out of the attacking zone," Smith
said. "They are a good passing team.
Whoever is anticipating and focus-
ing more will win."
Ohio State is led by all-confer-
ence goalie Sue Wilson. Wilson has
conceded only three goals in four
games this season and has impressed
Smith with her pad work..
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The Michigan volleyball team returns to Cliff Keen Arena tonight to open its
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