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'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, November 2
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, November 3
Volleyball at Notre Dame, 7:30 p.m., South Bend, Ind.
Wednesday, November 4
No events scheduled.
Thursday, November 5
Women's Tennis at ITA Midwest Championship, all
day, East Lansing.
Friday, November 6
Hockey at Lake Superior St., 7:30 p.m., Sault Ste.
Marie.
Volleyball vs. Penn St., 7:30 p.m., Cliff Keen Arena.
Women's Tennis at ITA Midwest Championship, all
day, East Lansing.
Women's Swimming and Diving at Tennessee, 3
p.m., Knoxville, Tenn.
Field Hockey vs. Michigan St., 7 p.m., Oosterbaan
Field House.
Men's Tennis at Rolex Sectional Championships, all
day, Madison.
Men's Water Polo at Big Ten Championships, all day,
Madison.
Saturday, November 7
Football at Northwestern , 12:30 p.m. (ESPN),
Evanston.
Hockey at Lake Superior St., 7:30 p.m., Sault Ste.
Marie.
Women's Swimming and Diving at North Carolina, 2
p.m., Chapel Hill, N.C.
Women's Tennis at ITA Midwest Championship, all
day, East Lansing.
Men's Tennis at Rolex Sectional Championships, all
day, Madison.
Men's Water Polo at Big Ten Championships, all day,
Madison.
Volleyball vs. Ohio St., 7:30 p.m., Cliff Keen Arena
Sunday, November 8
Field Hockey vs. Iowa, 11 a.m., Oosterbaan
Field House.
Women's Tennis at ITA Midwest Championship, all
day, East Lansing.
Men's Tennis at Rolex Sectional Championships, all
day, Madison.
Men's Water Polo at Big Ten Championships, all day,
Madison.
All club sports teams wishing to have their schedules printed
in the SPORTSMonday Calendar should bring a copy of their
schedule to the Daily at 420 Maynard.

The top 25 teams in the Associated Press 1992 col-
lege football poll, with first-place votes in parenthe-
ses, records through Oct. 31, and how they fared in
Saturday's action.

Griddes!
Congratulations to Jay Taylor, who is this week's
Griddes champion. Jay is now the proud owner of a
$15 gift certificate from O'Sullivan's Eatery & Pub,
and you can be too.
Just drop off your picks at the Daily, located on the
second floor of the Student Publications Building at
420 Maynard, by noon on Friday and you
could be the next Griddes champ.

Team

1. Washington (33
2. Miami (27 1/2)
3. Alabama (1)
4. Michigan
5. Texas A&M
6. Florida St.
7. Nebraska
8. Notre Dame

Record
1/2)8-0
8-0
8-0
7-0-1
8-0
7-1
6-1

How they fared
beat No. 15 Stanford, 41-7
beat West Virginia, 35-23
idle
beat Purdue, 24-17
beat Southern Methodist, 41-7
beat No. 23 Virginia, 13-3
beat No. 8 Colorado, 52-7

6-1-1 beat Navy, 38-7

9.
10.
11.

Boston College
Syracuse
Southern Cal

7-0-1
7-1
5-1-1

beat Temple, 45-6
beat Pittsburgh, 41-10
beat Arizona St., 23-13

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Michigan at Northwestern
Wisconsin at Michigan State
Iowa at Indiana
Purdue at Illinois
Minnesota at Ohio State
Washington at Arizona
Alabama at Louisiana State
Louisville at Texas A&M
Southern Mississippi at Florida
Maryland at Florida State
Kansas at Nebraska
Oklahoma State at Colorado
Boston College at Notre Dame
Virginia Tech at Syracuse
Arizona State at Washington State
Southern Cal at Stanford
North Carolina at Clemson
Georgia Tech at Baylor
Eastern Michigan at Central Michigan
Penn at Princeton

12. Arizona
13. Kansas
14. Florida
15. Georgia
16. Colorado
17. N. Carolina St.
18. North Carolina
19. Mississippi St.
20. Texas
21. Stanford
22. Ohio St.

5-2-1 beat New Mexico St., 30-0

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7-1
5-2
7-2

beat Oklahoma St., 26-18
beat No. 7 Georgia, 26-24
lost to No. 20 Florida, 26-24

6-1-1 lost to No. 8 Nebraska, 52-7
6-2-1 idle

7-2
6-2
5-2
6-3
6-2
6-3
5-3
6-2

beat Maryland, 31-24
beat Kentucky, 37-36
beat Texas Tech, 44-33
lost to No. 2 Washington, 41-7
beat Iowa, 38-15
lost to Brigham Young, 30-17
lost to South Carolina, 24-23
lost to Oregon, 34-17

Tiebreaker: Michigan
Total points:

at Northwestern

23.
24.

Penn St.
Tennessee

Name:
Phone:

25. Washington St.

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Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week
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Szabo

WHO: Chris Szabo
TEAM: Cross Country
HOMETOWN: Worthington, Ohio
YEAR: Junior
ELIGIBILITY: Junior
WHY: Chris Szabo led the Michigan women's cross country team to its first ever Big Ten championship Saturday
at Champaign. The Wolverines beat out runner-up Iowa by 43 points. Szabo finished third with a time of 17:09.
Tracy Morris of Iowa and Claire Eichner of Wisconsin edged Szabo out for the top two places.
BACKGROUND: In 1991, Szabo won the Michigan Athletic Academic Achievement Award ... selected to the 1991
academic alI-Big Ten team ... finished 23rd at last year's Big Ten in a time of 18:54.5 ... finished 30th her freshman
year at the Big Tens ... qualified for NCAA championships also in 1990 and finished in 146th place with a season-
best time of 18:26 ...-all-state two times in high school.
WHO: Matt Smith
TEAM: Cross Country
HOMETOWN: Westland
YEAR: Senior
ELIGIBILITY: Senior
WHY: In Saturday's Big Ten cross country championships at Illinois, Smith paced the Wolverines to a second-
place finish behind Wisconsin. Smith was Michigan's top finisher, coming in third place with a time of 24:06.

MEN
Continued from page 1
By virtue of finishing in third
place, senior Matt Smith made the
all-Big Ten team. The top seven fin-
ishers earned all-conference honors.
Smith's time of 24:06 marked his
season s best.
Scott MacDonald just missed out
on all-Big Ten honors, finishing in
ninth place, but as the first freshman
to cross the finish line, he was hon-
ored as Big Ten Cross Country
Freshman of the Year.
"I tried not to think about it be-
fore the race," MacDonald said.
"Everyone told me it was possible
but it was in the back of my mind
during the race."
Theo Molla, another Michigan
freshman, came close to winning the
award as well.
"I knew going in that Theo and I
both had a shot at it," MacDonald
said.
MacDonald finished with a time
of 24:25. Molla's 20th place finish,
with a time of 25:08, helped cement
second place for Michigan. Third-
place finisher Penn State was 47
points behind Michigan at 109.
"It went pretty well for me,"
Molla said. "I thought my time and
my place were where they should
have been."
The flat course at Illinois played
a factor in the faster-than-normal

times.
"It was a lot faster than I thought
it would be," Molla said.
"I thought that it started out
slowly," MacDonald said, "but when
I heard the first split it was pretty
fast."
Sophomores Jim Finlayson and
Ian Forsyth were the two other top
finishers for Michigan. Finlayson's
time of 24:53 was good enough for
14th place and Forsyth's time of
24:59 placed him 16th.
"I thought we ran pretty well,"
Michigan coach Ron Warhurst said.
"We were stronger at the end, but we
need to be a lot quicker at the begin-
ning."
The Wolverines now look for-
ward to the district championships in
two weeks at Bloomington. In0
preparation, they will have a hard
week of practice before toning it
down the week before the race.
The district and national champi-
onships are run on a longer course
than the normal 8,000-meter dis-
tance.
"We're moving up to 10,000 me-
ters so for (Theo and me) it will be a
little tougher," said MacDonald.
The Wolverines will have to fin-
ish in the top three to advance to the
National Championships a week
later in Bloomington.
"I think we have a good chance of.
being in the top three and going on
to nationals," said Molla.

Smith

BACKGROUND: Placed
NCAAs ... came in 16th
team in high school.

11th at Big Ten Championships in 1991 ... finished 14th at Districts and qualified for the
in 1990 Big Tens ... qualified for NCAAs as sophomore in 1990 ... voted to the all-state

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"When I was done I started cry-
ing because I knew we did well," she
continued. "It was the greatest feel-
ing in the world."
At about the 3,000-meter mark,
McGuire knew his team was in a
position to win the meet.
Behind Szabo was the pack of
Karen Harvey, Courtney Babcock
and Kelly Chard.. Harvey finished
fourth overall and said that the meet
was very emotional.
"It was one of the best days of
my life," Harvey said. "The condi-
tions were right and we did it. When
the four of us (Szabo, Harvey, Bab-
cock and Chard) were done, we
knew we won,"
At the finish line the celebration
began.
"Amy was there with her mom,"
Harvey said. ' They started towards
us crying and cheering, then every-
one started bawling. I was too busy
screaming to cry."
Harvey commented on how well
she, Babcock and Chard worked in
the pack, helping each other out with
words of encouragement, and pacing
each other.
Chard also saw teamwork as the
key to victory.

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