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Women's Soccer
vs. Bowling Green
Today, 5:30 p.m.
Mitchell Field


Men's Swimming and Diving
vs. Eastern Michigan
Friday, 7 p.m.
Canham Natatorium

The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, October 21, 1992

Page 8

Men kickers seek to
dethrone Monarchs


Golf finishes


to end fall season

by Mike Rancilio
Daily Sports Writer
Sometimes records and statistics
don't tell the whole story.
The Michigan men's soccer club
is 6-9-3 and is coming off a 3-0 de-
feat at the hands of Wisconsin-
Milwaukee last Sunday. Still, the
team is excited about this after-
noon's match at Macomb Com-
munity College and the upcoming
Big Ten Club Tournament in two
"I'm looking forward to the Club
Tournament," Michigan coach
Aaron Smith said. "I really like our
The players are equally optimistic
about the team's odds for this
"I think if it's going to happen
(winning the tournament), it'll hap-
pen this year," junior Reza Sad-
japour said.
Despite injuries, misfortunes and
a schedule bubbling over with na-
tionally-ranked and varsity oppo-
nents, Michigan's strong 3-0-1
showing against Big Ten foes this

season is the reason for the team's
What the final score against
Wisconsin-Milwaukee didn't show
was that Michigan was without an
experienced goalie in the contest.
Due to midterms, the regular goalies
were unable to attend, and Smith
inserted fullback Dave Costello in
the net.
Costello performed admirably,
and Smith felt his team played very
"We owned the first half,"
Costello said. "After 11 days off,
I'm happy with the way we played."
Despite the strong feelings the
team holds for their chances in the
Big Ten club tournament, there is
some cause for concern. The recent
lack of offense has the Wolverines
focused on scoring some goals
against the Monarchs today.
"The last few practices we've
been working on attacking the offen-
sive third," Sadjapour said.
Today's matchup is the squad's
final chance to work out the kinks in
its game before the tournament, and

The men's soccer team hopes to turn its offense around today with its
game against Macomb Community College.

the team is counting on its leaders to
pick up the team's offense.
"The seniors will step up,"
Sadjapour said. "Guys like Dave
Rindfusz, Guy Metzger and Kelly
Kuehne (will contribute)."
Junior Brian Rosewarne, who has
tallied two goals and an assist in
only three games since returning
from an injury, will also be expected
to continue his productivity.

Wednesday October 21
Diag Entertainment featuring
Soundstage and Uncle Chunk
12-1 pm
Item count contest in local
see participating merchants for
Karaoke at the U-Club
U-Club, Michigan Union
10 pm
no charge
Thursday October 22
Diag Entertainment
12-1 pm
Item count contest in local
see participating merchants for


Friday October 23
Go-Blue Pep Rally featuring Coach
Gary Moeller
12-1 pm
item count winners announced
gamnes and prizes for audience
tall athletics coaches, alumni.
cheerleaders featured
Evans' Scholars Car Bash
3-5 pm
Soundstage presents Uncle Chunk
Michigan Union U-Club
10 pm
entrance fee
Saturday October 24
58th annual Mud Bowl
Phi Delits vs. SAE
Mud Bowl at South University
and Washtenaw
Saturday morning before kick-
off: TBA
Go Blue Alumni Brunch
U-M plays Minnesota for the
Brown Jug
'Watch for other Homecoming
events on the Diag and across
camp us.

Bring yo.r picks
42() Maynard for a chance to
win a $1& g ift certificate from
O'Su!IivanV's Eatory and Pub.
1. Minnesota at Michigjan
2. Ohio St. at Mkchigan St,
3< Northwestern at Illinois
4 d ns at Indiana
,6. Penn St. at West Varginta
7. Mississippi at Ala bama
8< Kansas St, at Colorado
. 6 ft Notre Dame
10,4eor ia Tech at North Carolina
11. Washington St. at USC
12. Clemsont at North Carolina St.
13# Oklahoma at Kansas.. ...
14. Toledo at Miami (Ohio) ..
1.wStat Oklahoma St...
17 South Carolina at Vanderbilt
18. Army at Wake Forest
19. Ashland at Grand Valley St.
20, Harvard. at rinceton
Tiebreakar; Mkin, at Michi an
Total points:

by Paul Barger
It is obvious that when the
Michigan golf team returned to Ann
Arbor, it forgot to bring the
California weather back with them.
Monday, the fall tournament season
came to a close as the team walked
off the Stanford golf course and pre-
pared for the snow and the cold of
the Midwest.
The Wolverines played their way
to 12th place, which might seem
disappointing, but considering the
strength of the field, the results don't
appear quite as poor.
"This is the strongest field that
we've ever seen," Michigan coach
Jim Carras said. "There were 24
teams and at least five or six of them
are ranked nationally. Most of the
other teams were very good."
One would not have to look too
long to find the bright spot from
this weekend's competition. Redshirt
freshman Chris Brockway displayed
veteran abilities in his first-ever
tournament. He had the second
lowest score (73-74-73) for the Wol-
verines and finished 32nd overall.
"It is usually tough to play on
this level for the first time," Carras
said. "Brockway did a real good job."
Senior co-captain James Carson
followed up last weekend's seventh-
place finish with another solid per-
formance. Carson shot well in all
three rounds (74-67-72) and finished
in fifth place. The 67 by Michigan's
No. 1 man is the best score the team
has seen all year.
Bill Lyle, who played with
Brockway at Ann Arbor Pioneer
High School, struggled for the sec-
ond week in a row. He shot a 70 in
the first round, but scrambled in the

It will
team hits

be a long time until the
the course again in the

spring. The spring season consists
of eight tournaments. Included in
this schedule are the Big Ten
Championships in Bloomington and
the Wolverine Invitational at Radrick
Farms Golf Course.

last two days for back-to-back 79's,
and ended up in 76th place. Carson's
fellow captain, Anthony Dietz (78-
80-81), could only manage a 79th-
place showing.
The final golfer for the
Wolverines, Bob Henighan (76-74-
77), finished in 66th place in his
second collegiate tournament.
"I thought we played well in the
first round," Carras said. "We slipped
a little. We went from seventh to
10th to 12th. I am not really upset
considering the field. I am very
pleased with Chris Brockway's per-
formance in his very first tourna-




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