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12 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 14, 1993
Drop off your picks at the Michigan Daily sports desk on the second floor of
the Student Publications Building at 420 Maynard by noon Friday.The winner
will receive a $15 gift certificate to O'Sullivan's Eatery & Pub. Contestants
are limited to five entries per week.

1. Ohio State at Pittsburgh
3. Boston College at N'westem
5. Michigan State at Notre Dame
7. Kansas State at Minnesota
9. Cornell at Princeton
11. Arkansas at Alabama
13. Missouri at Texas A&M
15. Tennessee at Florida
17. Colorado at Stanford
19. BYU g at Colorado State

2. Penn State at Iowa
4. Iowa State at Wisconsin
6. Arizona at Illinois
8. Kentucky at Indiana
10. Florida State at North Carolina
12. Virginia Tech at Miami
14. Syracuse at Texas
16. Nebraska at UCLA
18. Louisiana Tech at South Carolina
20. Dartmouth at Penn

Tiebreaker - Michigan St. at Notre Dame Total Points:

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get first
win, 4-2
over Irish
Despite 106,000 or so eyewitness
reports to the contrary, Michigan did
beat Notre Dame in Ann Arbor this@
Sure, there was that little debacle
that took place in Michigan Stadium
last Saturday, but the Wolverines
knocked off the Irish in the European
version of football Sunday afternoon at
Mitchell Field. The members of the
men's soccer team regained a little of
the pride lost by their somewhat larger
and much less fortunate classmates with*
a 4-2 win.
The victory, the first on the young
season for the Wolverines (1-1-2), saw
Michigan spread the scoring load across
a number of players. After Notre Dame
opened the scoring ten minutes into the
firsthalf, Guy Metzger knotted the score
off an assist from team captain Brian
The Irish took the lead once again
with a goal five minutes into the second
half. However,afewminuteslater, fresh-
man midfielder Dave Colliver drew a
Notre Dame penalty on a run into the,
penalty box. Dave Nordwall converted
the ensuing penalty shot for Michigan's
second tally.
Steve Moore put the Wolverines
ahead to stay, with Rosewarne again
drawing the assist, and Ian Kurth add-
ing an unassisted insurance goal for thr
final score.
Coming off back-to-back scoreless
ties, the goal splurge was directly attrib-
utable to a change in Michigan's strat-
egy.The Wolverines shifted from amore
traditional 4-3-3 lineup (four
defensemen, three midfielders, and three
forwards) to a 4-4-2. The shift enabled
the Wolverines to take greater control of
the midfield and control play all over
the pitch.
"I think one of this team's biggest
strengths is its depth at the midfield
position," Rosewarne said. "The change
enabled us to get an extra player in
where we could takeover the pace ofthe
game and things started to fall into place

Jennifer Lupinski and the Michigan field hockey team upped their record to 5-0 this weekend, achieving shutouts in each game.
Field Hockey stays undefeated,
blanking il road trip opponents

The Michigan field hockey team
found the goose eggs more valuable
than gold on its trip to Boston, as in the
kind found on the scoreboard.
The Wolverines (5-0),behinda solid
defense and great goaltending from
sophomore Rachael Geisthardt, didn't
allow a goal in three matches. Thursday
Michigan defeated Springfield soundly,
winning by three goals. In the weekend
matches, Northeastern and Boston Col-
lege were the victims of the Wolverine
shutout machine, losing by identical

scores, 1-0.
"It was nice to have a weekend of
shutouts," senior forward Keely Libby
said. "Rachael played three really great
Senior defender Lelli Hose ap-
plauded the play of her goalie, as well as
the Wolverines' defense.
"Our goalie made so many great
saves," Hose said of Geishardt's play,
which earned the stopper Big Ten player
of the week honors. "She was incred-
"Our goal was not to let any goals for
the three games ... we didn't, so I was
really pleased. We (the defense) clicked
as a group."
The win over Northeastern was by

far the most dramatic of the trip. Sopho-
more forward Jennifer Lupinski
knocked in the rebound off of a Kalli
Hose shot in the final two minutes of
Although the game came down to
the last minutes, Michigan felt it thor-
oughly outplayed the Huskies.
"Through out we put pressure on
them," Lelli Hose said. "They couldn't
finda shot. They we're containedby our
"We played them really well," she
said. "Wejust werenotlucky. We should
have won 2-0 or 3-0."
In the Boston College game, senior
co-captain Shay Perry scored the game




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