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Football
vs. Notre Dame
Saturday, Noon (ABC)
Michigan Stadium

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Volleyball
at North Carollina State
Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
Raleigh, N.C.

The Michigan Daily Thursday, September 9, 1993
*VO L.EYBAL FALLS T. NCAA CHAMPS

Stanford makes spikers see red
By J.L. ROSTAM-ABADI sets, 10 andnine respectively. Wolver- still delivered a strong punch. The results of the other
DAILY SPORTS WRITER me junior outside hitter Aimee Smith Sophomore Cary Wendell, 1992 tions during the Michigan
One. Just one more. With a 3-0 deci- delivered seven kills during the night. National Freshman of the Year, was a Challenge - Ohio Stat

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Volleyball
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sion over Washington (15-11,15-5,15-
13) Sept. 4, the Michigan volleyball
team is just one victory shy of the 300
mark.
Leading the attack against the Hus-
kies was sophomore middle blocker
Suzy O'Donnell with 10 kills in 13
attempts, pushing her game hitting av-
erage over 75%. For the season, she
carries a .319 hitting average and leads
Michigan with 11 blocks.
Wolverine junior Julie Scherer
racked up a total of 25 sets and 11 digs
against the Huskies.
Stanford accompanied Washington
as Pac- 10 representatives in the inaugu-
ral Michigan Volleyball Challenge.
Michigan hosted the event, featuring
the matchup of two Big Ten teams,
Michigan and Ohio State, and the two
West Coast visitors.
Friday night, Michigan (2-1 overall)
facedtheCardinal, thedefendingNCAA
National Champions. The Wolverines
fell in straight sets,15-4, 15-7, 15-11.
Scherer and freshman setter Erin
McGovern combined for a total of 19

One of Michigan's key players,
senior outside hitter JoAnna Collias,
was part of Wolverine coach Greg
Giovanazzi's new game rotation strat-
egy.
"Collias is very good as the seventh
person," Giovanazzi said. "She is able
to fill in the hole ... we bring her in
when we get into trouble."
As far as the Stanford confronta-
tion went, Giovanazzi knew what to
expect.
"I expected them to be as good as
they are," Giovanazzi said. "We
brought Stanford in to give our players
avision of where we want our program
to be in a few years."
Regarding Michigan's team per-
formance, Giovanazzi was a little dis-
appointed.
"I think we really looked lost in the
first few games," Giovanazzi said. "It
was anew experience for us. Once (our
players) got comfortable, they were
morecompetitive, as in thethirdgame."
Despite the loss of five starting
seniors from its 1992 team, Stanford

valuable asset to the Cardinal attack
with 10 kills and five digs. Senior setter
Piper Hahn ignited the Stanford offense
with amatch total 30 sets and six service
aces.
"Serving got us through the match,"
Stanford coach Don Shaw said. "Hahn
is pretty experienced. She did a good
job of setting and starting off our of-
"I expected them to be as
good as they are. We
brought Stanford in to give
our players a vision of
where we want our
program to be in a few
years.'
- Greg Giovanazzi
Michigan volleyball coach
fense. Herjump serves were effective."
Shaw had positive comments about
Michigan's program as well.
'They served pretty well. Their pro-
gram is on its way up," Shaw said.

Washington (15-11, 13-15, 15-1, 15-
12) and lost to Stanford (13-15, 12-15,
15-7, 12-15).
On Sept. 1, the Wolverines made a
strong appearance in their first perfor-
mance of the season, recovering from a
two game deficit to defeat Illinois State,
13-15, 15-17, 15-13, 15-9, 15-13.
Giovanazzi explained the outcome
as a combination of nervousness and
inexperience.
"We had three first-year players
start," Giovanazzi said. "We were ner-
vous and uptight when we start&l, but
got a little more comfortable as the
match progressed."
Key players for Michigan against
the Redbirds included Smith, who tal-
lied 24 kills and 23 digs, and O'Donnell,
who pitched in 20 kills and eight digs.
Collias also added to the triumph with
14 kills and 13 digs of her own.
This weekend, Michigan travels
south, where it will face North Carolina,
North Carolina State and Duke.

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Michigan's Michelle Honigan picks up where she left off last season with another
block. Horrigan had the best kill percentage in the Big Ten last season.

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BY CHARLIE BREITROSE
DAILY SPORTS WRITER
A fresh start wasjust what the Michi-
gan field hockey team got in its Labor
Day weekend sweep of Kent State and
Miami (Ohio) by 3-1 scores each day.
Michigan's efforts in its weekend
trip to Ohio were aided by new faces in
new places. Three freshmen, Bree Derr,
Michelle Smulders and Renee Leboe,
all contributed during theirplaying time.
"The freshmen came in ready to
play," senior co-captain Keely Libby
said. "They just had to learn how we
play."
Another new look for the team came
with the changing of positions for two
returning players - senior Lelli Hose
and junior Nancy Irvine. Both adjusted
quickly to their new roles.
"Lelli Hose was on defense and
moved to sweeper. She had a great

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weekend," Libby said.
Mary Dembro, Michigan's assistant
coach, likes the way Irvine has adjusted
to her new center midfield spot.
"Nancy is doing a great job of dis-
tributing the ball," Dembro said.
Defensive effort was the key in the
back-to-back victories. The Redskins
and Golden Flashes managed only 13
shots during the weekend.
"Miami only had six shots on goal,"
Dembro said. "We were disappointed
they scored a goal at all. They came
down on an attack and scored."
Libby, a defender, paced the team in
scoring as she tallied three goals over
the two games.
Libby's tip-in ofa penalty cornerput
the Wolverines in the lead early against
Kent State. After the Flashes tied the
score in the second half, senior Kalli
Hose scored on apenalty shot. Forward
Gia Biagi put the game away with her
tip-in.
Sunday, in Oxford, the Wolverines
scored late in the first half, and never
looked back. Once again, Libby com-
menced the scoring, getting a goal off a

penalty corner. Co-captain forward Shay
Perry scored the second Michigan goal
early in the second half. Libby scored
once more before Miami managed its
lone goal.
'We ran our set plays well," Libby

and Miami) last year and We beat them
last year," Dembro said. "But we domi-
nated them more than we did last year.
'We expect a much more successful
season," Dembro said. "The players do
too, which is more important.
"I definitely think we have a lot
more potential than last year," Libby
said. "A lot of the bench players could
be starting. There just aren't enough
spaces on the field."
. This week the Wolverines travel to
Boston for three games. Thursday,
Michigan takes on Springfield while
Saturday's opponent-is Northeastern.
The Wolverines complete their venture
to Beantown with a Sunday encounter
against Boston College.
"They are going to be better compe-
tition," Dembro said. "We've played
Springfield and BC in the last couple
years and we beat them in close com-
petitive games.
"Our game plan is to keep the game
as basic as possible. We're just going to
try and pass the ball around and not try
to do a lot of individual, one-on-one
moves."

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'Weplayed both of them (Kent State

Hockey tickets for the upcoming
season await students Monday

FROM STAFF REPORTS
Attention all you Michigan hockey
fans.
The time to pull out your Michigan
hockey shirts, hats and "C-YA" signs is
still a month away, but the time to pull
out your cash is now.
The Wolverines' hockey season
kicks off in just over a month, but sea-
son tickets go on sale from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. Monday in the Pendleton Room on
the second floor of the Michigan Union.
Tickets will be sold on a first-come,
first-served basis to the first 1200 stu-
dents who apply with a valid University
identification card for the Fall term.
Students intending to purchase tick-

ets must enter the Union through the
north side entrance, adjacent to the
LS&A building.
The package costs $70 and includes
13 of 14 regular-season home games, in
addition to the first round of the Central
Collegiate Hockey Association play-,
offs, March 11-13. Payment must be
made at the time of application by cash
or check, with checks made payable to
the Michigan Ticket Department.
Students can purchase tickets for
fellow classmates by providing respec-
tive valid I.D. cards and completed ap-
plications. In addition, one spouse ticket
will be available to students with proof
of marriage.

If all 1200 tickets are not sold on the
first day, they will continue to be sold at
the Athletic'Ticket Office from 8am. to
5 p.m., Monday through Friday until
they are all sold.
Students will receive a numbered
receipt at the time of application, in
addition toacoupon fora free sweatshirt.
The first 700 students to present this
validated coupon at the Subway located
in the Union will receive a free Michi-
gan hockey sweatshirt, courtesy of Sub-
way and the Michigan Athletic Depart-
ment.
Applicants must pick up their tick-
ets in person and must have their num-
bered receipt and a valid student I.D.
with them at the time of distribution.
The tickets will be distributed at the
Athletic Ticket Office from Oct. 25-29
between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The first home game for Michigan
will be Oct. 30 against Notre Dame.
However, the Wolverines open their
season with three road games, two at
CCHA newcomer Alaska-Fairbanks
Oct. 15-16, and one at Bowling Green
Oct. 29.

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