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Volleyball
vs. Iowa
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Iowa City

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Women's Soccer
vs. Bowling Green
Thursday,.5:30 p.m.
Bowling Green, Ohio

The Michigan Daily TuesdaySe
MICHIGAN SPORTS ROUNDUP:
Women harriers winners at
Mountain Classic; men third

Women's
Cross Country
By TOM BAUSANO
DAILY SPORTS WRITER
The Michigan women's cross
country team gunned down the rest of
the field at the Mountain Classic West
in Missoula, Mont. Third-ranked
Michigan captured its third straight
invitational by scoring 53 points.
Senior Molly McClimon contin-
ued her undefeated season by being
the first collegiate (second overall)
runner to complete the 6-kilometer
course.
"It was a good race," McClimon
said. "It's always hard to tell who is
going to be in good shape. I gauged
myselfoff of people I had raced against
last track season. Winning as a team
was the most important accomplish-
ment for the weekend."
Szabo was the fifth college runner
to finish, followed by juniors Karen
Harvey and Courtney Babcock, who
were tenth and 11th respectively. Se-
nior Jessica Kluge was Michigan's
fifth runner and 26th overall.
Meen's
Cross Country
By TOM BAUSANO
DAILY SPORTS WRITER
The Michigan men's cross country
team stumbled off the trail on its expe-
dition out west. The Wolverines fin-
ished third behind Virginia Tech and
BYU at the Mountain Classic West in
Missoula, Mont.
Individually, freshman Kevin
Sullivan, and sophomores Scott
MacDonald, and Theo Molla finished
fifth, 12th and 22nd, respectively.
"My legs didn't feel great,"
Sullivan said. "I competed to the abil-
ity that I'm at right now."
The Wolverines had difficulties
narrowing the margin between the
third and fifth runners. Matt Schroeder

and Ian Forsyth were 46th and 49th,
respectively.
"I didn't think that I had a very
good race at all," Schroeder said. "We
need to close the gap between four
and five. That is why we got beat by
BYU and Virginia Tech."
Women's
Tennis
By TYLER BARRETT
FOR THE DAILY
At the Wolfpack Classic this week-
end in Raleigh, N.C., Michigan's Tara
Graff finished fifth in the 'C' Flight
Singles with a6-4,6-2 win over North
Carolina State's Dana Allen in the
consolation finals.
"Well, I think the tournament was
a good starting point," Michigan coach
Bitsy Ritt said. "The Wolfpack Clas-
sic was a good indication that we need
to train harder and better our physical
conditioning."
Co-captain Jaimie Fielding won
three matches in the 'A' Flight. Fel-
low co-captain Liz Cyganiak collected
two victories in the 'B' Flight. Simone
Lacher and Allison Schlonsky both
wonamatch in the 'A'and 'B'Hights,
respectively. No team scores were
kept.
"We did a good job competing,"
Ritt said. "We played smart and fought
tough even when our players weren't
playing their best tennis."
Women's
Soccer
By BOB ABRAMSON
DAILY SPORTS WRITER
This weekend in Champaign, the
Michigan women's soccer team
wasn't just determined, it was relent-
less. The Wolverines (11-1 overall)
didn't even allow a goal, delivering
four consecutive shutouts over Illi-
nois (4-0), Western Michigan (4-0),
Purdue (3-0) and Indiana (8-0).

"Coming out with four victories is
hard enough," Michigan coach Linda
Hamilton said. "It is amazing to think
we scored 19 goals and had none
against us.They shouldbe really proud
of themselves. This is kind of a turn-
ing point in the season."
With a nine-game winning streak,
it appears that the Wolverines are
coasting along. But according to cap-
tain Carrie Taylor, the soccer team
still hasn't reached its peak.
"We're good, but we are not a great
team yet," Taylor said.
Women's
Golf
By SCOTT AUGUST
FOR THE DAILY
At the rain-shortened Iowa Invita-
tional this weekend, the Michigan
women's golf team shot a team score
of 333 to finish eighth in the 10-team
tourney, won by Illinois with 300.
Rain cancelled Saturday's play,
limiting the invite to a one-round for-
mat Sunday.
Michigan finished only one stroke
out of sixth.
"I'm not disappointed with our
effort, considering the difficult cir-
cumstances due to the rain," Michi-
gan coach Kathy Teichert said. "But
I'm frustrated with our inconsistency."
Sophomore Shannon McDonald
was Michigan's highest finisher in
11th place with a score of 79. Other
top Michigan finishers included Jenny
Zimmerman who finished 31st, Tegan
McCorkel finished 39th, and her sis-
ter Tiffany was the 46th finisher.
Among the six Big Ten schools
present at the tournament, Michigan
finished fifth.
"We're a young team and I'm a
new coach," Teichert said. "They're
all really good golfers, better than
what they're showing. I just need to
change their way of thinking and get
them to believe in themselves."

DOUG KANTERIDIly
Michigan defensive linemen Jason Horn (94) and Buster Stanley help linebacker Matt Dyson off the field against Houston.
Moo totuefreshmentofi
holes in injury-wrought defense

By ANDY DE KORTE
DAILY FOOTBALL WRITER
For a defense that had struggled
the week before, playing a football
team on the losing end of two con-
secutive blowouts sounded like the
perfect medicine.
For Michigan, Houston was that
team. Furthermore, starting quarter-
back Jimmy Klingler was out with an
injury. Redshirt freshman Chuck
Clements made his first collegiate start
last Saturday against the Wolverines,
but still made the Michigan defense
eat humble pie by throwing for 276
yards.
After reviewing the film of his
team's 42-21 victory, coach Gary
Moeller was in no better position to
answer the critics. As of yesterday's
press luncheon, he had found no se-

cret concoction to shake the defense
from its current malaise.
"Defensively, we've got to rely on
our upperclassmen to make plays for
the guys who aren't there," he said.
Preseason Butkus Award candi-
dates Steve Morrison and Matt Dyson
have suffered serious setbacks.
Morrison watched the Houston game
from the sidelines after reinjuring his
foot last Wednesday.
Dyson, who has struggled through
injuries most of the season, will not
have that problem Saturday. He will
be joining Morrison as an onlooker.
Defensive lineman Ninef
Aghakhan suffered a groin pull against
Houston, making him questionable
for this week's game against Iowa.
Trevor Pryce or Shawn Collins
will join Gannon Dudlar to fill the

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will continue to perform at the inside
linebacker position with Bobby Pow-
ers.
Because of the torrent of injuries,
Moeller is forced to contemplate play-
ing true freshmen. Ben Huff or George
Howell may be pressed into service in
the linebacker position. Damon
Denson might see action on the defen-
sive line.
Moellerhas traditionally been hesi-
tant about playing first-year players.
Although tley may come around even-
tually, they can only be nervous the
first time in a game.
While gaining the experience may
be helpful later, it can also be a painful
process now.
The Michigan coach refused to
hang the responsibility of compensat-
ing for his injured players upon the
heads of their less-experienced re-
placements.
"When you have injuries, the guys
who are left have to step up," Moeller
said. "You don'treplace them with the
guys who fill in, or else you're saying
they were just as good and you would
be alternating every play."
While that may take the focus off
the second-team player, it does put
more pressure on the remaining start-
ers.
Morrison's role on the defense is
similar to the quarterback's on of-
fense. Replacing him requires some-
one else to call the plays and then
execute them. Powers has the experi-
ence to do that, but giving him this
added responsibility can only dilute
his focus.
Moeller also bemoaned the poor
tackling against the Cougars, vowing
to continue stressing the fundamen-
tals again.
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