Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday -
November 16, 1992
'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, November 16
No events scheduled.
Tuesday, November 17
No events scheduled.
Wednesday, November 18
No events scheduled.
Thursday, November 19
Womens Basketball vs. Finland National Team
(exhibition), 7:30 p.m., Crisler Arena.
Men's Basketball vs. Russian National Team
(exhibition), 7:30 p.m., The Palace, Auburn Hills,
Friday, November 20
Women's Swimming and Diving at Penn State,
4 p.m., University Park.
Volleyball vs. Illinois, 7:30 p.m., Cliff Keen Arena.
Saturday, November 21
Football at Ohio State, 12 p.m. (ABC-TV),
Volleyball vs. Northwestern, 7:30 p.m., Cliff Keen
Sunday, November 22
No events scheduled.
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.
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1. Michigan at Ohio State
2. Michigan State at inois...
3. Iowa at Minnesota t
4. Wisconsin at Northwestern
5. Indiana at Purdue
6. Pittsburgh at Penn State .
7. Miami at Syraouse
8. Texas A&M at Texas Christaun
9. Washington at Washington State
10. Florida at Vanderbilt
11. Colorado at Iowa State
12. Wake Forest at North Carolina State
13. Vkrginia at Virginia Tech..........
14. North Carolina at Duke
15, Southern California at UCLA
16. Stanford at California
17. Oregon at Oregon State
18. Dartmouth at Princeton
19. Brown at Columbia
20. Yale at Harvard
Tiebreaker: Michigan at Ohio State, total points
The top 25 teams in the Associated Press 1992 college football
poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through
Nov.15, and how they fared in Saturday's action.
1. Miami (61)
3. Florida St.
4. Texas A&M
7. Notre Dame
13. N. Carolina St.
15. Southern Cal
17. Ohio St.
18. Mississippi St.
19. Boston College
21. North Carolina
23. Penn St.
25. Wake Forest
How they fared
beat Temple, 48-0
beat No. 16 Mississippi, 30-21
beat Tulane, 70-7
beat beat Houston, 38-30
beat Oregon St., 45-16
tied Illinois, 22-22
beat No. 22 Penn St., 17-16
beat No.17 Boston Coll., 27-10
beat South )lina, 14-9
beat Auburn, 14-10
beat No. 20 Kansas, 25-18
lost to Iowa St., 19-10
beat Duke, 45-27
beat No.21 Wash. St., 40-3
beat No. 9 Arizona, 14-7
lost to No. 18 So. Cal, 14-7
beat Indiana, 27-10
lost to No. 2 Alabama, 30-21
lost to No. 10 Syracuse, 27-10
beat Memphis St., 26-21
lost to No. 13 Colorado, 25-18
lost to No. 8 Notre Dame, 17-16
beat Louisiana Tech, 13-6
beat Georgia Tech, 23-10
Michigan Daily Athlete-of-the-Week
Others receiving votes: Texas, BYU, Wash. St. Bowling Green,
Hawaii, San Diego St., Southern Mississippi, Illinois, Oklahoma.
Spikers split strange
weekend double dip
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WHO: Steve Morrison
HOMETOWN: Birmingham, Mich.
WHY: Morrison, an inside linebacker, anchored the Wolverine defense, making 17
tackles, including 15 solos, and broke up a possible touchdown pass in the Wolverines'
22-22 tie against Illinois Saturday. This broke his career best of 15 total tackles, set
against Purdue on Oct. 31.
Background: Leads the team in tackles this season with 74 solo tackles and 103
overall. Morrison is second on the team with two interceptions. In 1991, he led the
team with four interceptions despite missing four games with a broken leg.
by Scott Burton
You thought baseball was hard to
Try figuring out how the
Michigan women's volleyball team
could beat Minnesota Friday night.
The Wolverines were without senior
star Tarnisha Thompson and hadn't
beaten the Golden Gophers on the
road in their history of competition.
Yet, somehow, Michigan won an
emotion-filled, five-set marathon,
15-10, 12-15, 15-10, 4-15,15-12.
Then try to figure out how, the
next night, the Wolverines could
lose to Iowa, a team five games back
in the standings with a 5-11 Big Ten
record and previous losers to
Michigan this year. Yet, in another
five-set match, the Wolverines fell
to the Hawkeyes, 10-15, 15-12, 10-
15, 15-4, 12-15.
"This weekend was disappointing
on a whole," Aimee Smith said. "I
think we were really excited about
our win with Minnesota. (But
against Iowa) we lost our focus and I
don't think we were mentally pre-
"There are no excuses for us,"
said Julie Scherer, who filled in for
Thompson at the setter position. "I
thought we played a good match :
with Minnesota but on Saturday we
really didn't play the way we can."
The team will be without the ser-
vices of Thompson for the remainder
of the season. Thompson separated
her shoulder diving for a ball in last
Saturday's match with Penn State.
After the peculiar results of the
weekend, Michigan finds itself in as
precarious position playoff-wise.
Although they have several strong
victories on the year, and almost
everyone on the team feels like they
are as good as anyone in the confer-.
ence, they find themselves on the
bubble of a NCAA tournament bid.
"We are looking forward to the
remainder of the season," Scherer
said. "If we go 4-0 the next four
matches, we have a shot at a wild
card bid. But it's all up in the air."
The Wolverines have a chance to
establish their playoff worthiness
Friday night when they take on na-
tionally-ranked Illinois at Cliff Keen
arena. They close out their home Big
Ten season Saturday night with a
match versus Northwestern.
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