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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday- October 5, 1992

'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, October 5
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, October 6
No events scheduled
Wednesday, October 7
No events scheduled
Thursday, October8
No events scheduled
Friday, October 9
Field Hockey vs. Penn State, 4 p.m., Oosterbaan
Fieldhouse
Women's Swimming and Diving Intrasquad Meet,
2:30 p.m., Canham Natatorium
Women's Volleyball at Ohio State, 7:30 p.m.;
Columbus
Women's Tennis at University of Notre Dame
Tournament, all day, Notre Dame, nd.
Saturday, October 10
Football vs. Michigan State, 3:30 p.m. (ABC-TV),
Michigan Stadium.
Women's Volleyball at Penn State, 7:30 p.m.,
University Park, Penn.
Women's Golf at James Madison Invitational, all day,
Harrisonburg, Va.
Men's Golf at Ohio State Buckeye Invitational, all day,
Columbus.
Women's Cross Country at Michigan
Intercollegiates, 11a.m., Mt. Pleasant, Mich.
Men's Cross Country at Michigan Intercollegiates,
11:45 a.m., Mt. Pleasant, Mich.
Women's Tennis at University of Notre Dame
Tournament, all day, Notre Dame, Ind.
Sunday, October 11
Women's Golf at James Madison Invitational, all day,
Harrisonburg, Va.
Men's Golf at Ohio State Buckeye Invitational, all day,
ColIu mbus.
Women's Tennis at University of Notre Dame
Tournament, all day, Notre Dame, Ind.
If any club team would like to add its schedule to the 'M'
Sports Calendar, please drop off a copy at the Michigan
Daily, 420 Maynard.

The top 25 teams in the Associated Press 1992 college football
poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct.
3, and how they fared in Saturday's action.

Team

Record

1.
2.
3.
4.

Washington (42)
Miami (16)
Michigan (1)
Tennessee (2)

5. Texas A&M

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

Alabama (1)
Penn St.
Florida State
Colorado
Virginia
Stanford

12. Georgia
13. Notre Dame
14. Nebraska
15. Syracuse
16. Oklahoma

4-0
4-0
3-0-1
5-0
5-0
5-0
5-0
4-1
4-0
5-0
4-1
4-1
3-1-1
3-1
3-1
3-1
3-1
3-1
3-1
1-1-1
4-0-1
3-1
1-2
3-1
2-2
4-2

How they fared
beat No.20 USC, 17-10
beat No.3 Florida State, 19-16
beat Iowa, 52-28
beat LSU, 20-0
beat Texas Tech, 19-16
beat S. Carolina, 48-7
beat Rutgers, 38-24
lost to No.2 Miami, 19-16
idle
beat Wake Forest, 31-17
beat No.6 Notre Dame, 33-16
beat Arkansas, 27-3
lost to No. 18 Stanford, 33-16
idle
beat Louisville, 15-9
beat Iowa St., 17-3
beat No.2 1 N. Carolina St., 16-13
beat No.13 Florida, 30-6
lost to Arizona, 23-3
lost to No.1 Washington, 17-10
tied West Virginia, 24-24
lost to Wisconsin, 20-13
lost to No.24 Mississippi St., 30-6
beat Oregon St., 42-0
beat UT-Chattanooga, 54-3
lost to No.23 Georgia Tech, 16-13

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17.
18.
19.

Georgia Tech
Mississippi St.
UCLA

20. Southern Cal
21. Boston College
tie. Ohio St.
23. Florida

24.
25.
tie.

California
Clemson
N. Carolina St.

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Men's soccer wins, ties on weekend

Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week

WHO: Tyrone Wheatley
TEAM: Football
HOMETOWN: Inkster, Mich.N
YEAR: Sophomore
ELIGIBILITY: Sophomore
WHY: In Saturday's 52-28 defeat of Iowa, Wheatley rambled
for 224 yards on 19 carries and three touchdowns. It was the
seventh-highest rushing total in Michigan history.
BACKGROUND: Returned opening kickoff against Houston 99
yards for a touchdown ... Ran for 552 yards and nine
touchdowns as a freshman ... consenus high school all-
American at Dearborn Heights Robichaud.'

by Bob Abramson
After an impressive 2-1 victory
over Butler Saturday, the Michigan
men's soccer team played lethargi-
cally and salvaged a 1-1 tie against
the Illinois yesterday.
"We had a major letdown and I
think it had to do with our lack of
intensity," sophomore fullback Dan
McGrumpy said. "I think we were
full of ourselves after the Butler
win."

i
t

1. Butler brought out the best in the riding a four-game unbeaten streak
Wolverines as they came back from (2-0-2). Smith feels the season is
a 1-0 deficit to defeat the Bulldogs going pretty much the same way he
on Brian Rosewarne's game-winning thought it would.
goal. "It seems like we always beat the
"I was very impressed that we teams we're supposed to beat and
team came back from a 1-0 deficit to lose to the ones we're supposed to
defeat a varsity team like Butler," lose to," Smith said. "This week-
Smith said. "We seemed to play a lot end's games turned out a little dif-
better against them this time." ferently because we ended up beat-
After a victory and a tie this ing Butler and we shouldn't have
weekend, the men's soccer team is tied Illinois."
Women kickers stifle

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The Fighting Illini seemed to
control the action most of the game,
beating the Wolverines (5-8-3 over-
all) in the air with numerous head-
ball opportunities and keeping the
pressure on the Michigan defense.
"We played terrible," Michigan
coach Aaron Smith said. "We came
out completely flat for Illinois after
playing our best game of the year
yesterday against Butler."
Illinois stormed out to a 1-0 lead
in the beginning of the second half
with an offense surge, but the
Wolverines managed to tie things up
late in the second half with freshman
right halfback Jeremy Banks assist-
ing on a cross-field pass to Brian
Rosewarne for the lone goal.
"I can't be disappointed at all
'We played terrible. We
came out completely
flat for Illinois after
playing our best game
of the year yesterday
against Butler.'
-Aaron Smith
Michigan soccer coach
with a tie against Michigan," Illinois
coach Chris Berry said. "Michigan is
a very good team this year and I
think we adjusted to their game
pretty well. I have a feeling that it is
either going to be us or Michigan
that will take the Big Ten club
championship and go on to the na-
tional tournament."
Saturday, the men's soccer team
redeemed an early season 2-0 loss to
Butler by defeating the Bulldogs, 2-

weekend o
by Thom Holden
A combination of superior team
speed, hustle and leadership helped
propel the Michigan women's soccer
team to a 3-0 shutout against Indiana
yesterday at Mitchell Field.
The Wolverines put pressure on
the Hoosiers early but were unable
to take advantage of several scoring
opportunities. Finally at the 20-
minute mark of the game, senior
captain Shannon Loper took a pass
from Barb Borgstrom, sidestepped
three Indiana defenders, and fired a
shot past the Hoosier goalie to give
Michigan a lead it would not relin-
quish.
Throughout the half, the
Wolverines outhustled Indiana,
winning the race to most of the loose
balls. Michigan's edge in team speed
began to wear Indiana down. The
Wolverines were able to keep the
ball in the Hoosier end of the field
for most of the half and pressure the
Indiana goalie, despite only the one-
goal advantage at halftime.
The second half started the same
way the first half ended. Michigan
was continually on the offensive,
peppering the Indiana goalkeeper
with numerous shots. At the 47:45
mark, Neysa Colizzi took a pass
from Loper and past the Hoosier
netminder for a 2-0 lead. This goal

pposion
all but decided the match for the
Wolverines.
"The second goal really ended
the game," Loper said. "It really
fired us up."
Even with a two-goal lead,
Michigan continued to have its way
with the Indiana defense, which was
constantly trying to get the ball past
midfield.
The few times the Hoosiers did
advance the ball, Michigan's defense
was more than ready for it. The
Wolverines converged on the ball
and quickly extinguished any
Indiana thoughts of scoring.
"Thedefense played extremely
well and we were able to keep pres-
sure on them all game," Michigan
coach Peter Manning said.
The defense was so solid that
Michigan's goalies, Chrissy Rice
and Lisa Bennett, recorded only
three saves en route to the shutout.
The Michigan tandem was never re-
ally tested.
The scoring concluded at the
85:00 mark on a goal by sophomore
Lynda Hart with senior Jenny
Steinhebel receiving credit for the
assist
Yesterday's victory marked the
second straight shutout for the
Wolverines. Michigan defeated
Bowling Green by a similar 3-0
score Friday.

I.

Isiah Thomas

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In 1975, the Wolverines
ran for 573 yards
against Northwestern.
Michigan won that
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October 6
October 7

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October 6

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