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0- The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 8, 1993

MICHIGAN SPORTS ROUNDUP
Women's soccer sets record with 12th straight

By DARREN EVERSON
FOR THE DAILY
The Michigan women's soccer
team continued its winning ways with
a 9-0 victory over Eastern Michigan
lastnight at Mitchell Field. The victory
over the Eagles extended the team's
record winning streak to 12 games and
raised its record to 14-1 on the season.
Senior forwards Alicia Stewart and
Lisa Ashton each scored twice for
Michigan, which led Eastern 6-0 at
halftime.
According to senior captain Carrie
Taylor,' the Wolverines' ball move-
ment was the secret to their success.
"The key tonight was our con-
trolled passing," Taylor said. "We

movedoffeachotherreally well. Over-
all, we were pretty pleased with our
performance."
Men's Tennis
With Big Tenplay slated tobegin in
January, the Michigan men's tennis
team continues to tune up, hoping to
make a serious run at the conference
championship.
For the next two weekends, some
of the Wolverines will be traveling to
Austin, Texas to compete in the Volvo
Invitational Tennis Tournament.
The format of the tournament re-
quires that some of the players invited
must qualifybefore they can play in the

main draw of the tournament. The quali-
fying stage takes place this weekend,
with the main draw set to begin the
following Friday.
Representing the team in Austin are
Dan Brakus, Grady Burnett, Brad
Kramer and Ann Arbor-native Peter
Pusztai. Pusztai, Burnett and Kramer
are making the trip this Saturday, while
Brakus will skip the qualifying round
and start play in the main draw next
weekend.
"By playing at the Volvo, they'll be
playing against the best players in the
country," sophomore Geoff Prentice
said.
-Darren Everson
Cross Country
MEN'S After winning the Lehigh
Invitational and finishing third at the
Mountain West Classic, the Michigan
men's cross country team will sport a
different look when it hits the course
today.
The squad's top six runners will not
make the trip to Big Rapids for the
Michigan Intercollegiates on the cam-
pus of Ferris State.
Coach Ron Warhurst said he sees
this weekend as an opportunity to let
other runners compete. Of the ten run-
ners Warhurst will take to Big Rapids,

only three have seen action this season:
redshirt freshman Andrew Hayes,
sophomore Kristopher Eggle and jun-
ior Jay Schemanske.
Schemanske is questionable, how-
ever, because of a groin injury.
"Wesee this as an opportunity tolet
them (the non-starters) race and let
other guys (the starters) stay home and
have a hard workout," Warhurst said.
-Barry Sollenberger
WOMEN'S After having a week-
end off to recuperate from a stellar
effort in the Mountain West Classic,
the Michigan women's cross country
team is ready to take its No. 3 ranking
to this weekend's Michigan
Intercollegiates meet hosted by Ferris.
State.
While being the top-ranked team
competing, Michigan coach Mike
McGuire said he doesn't see it as a day
Off.
"We're very heavily favored in
this meet, but we're not taking it lightly,"
McGuire said. "We're approaching this
meet with the idea of getting a good,
hard effort in because the course we
will be running at Ferris is kind of
similar to the course we will be seeing
atMichigan State for theBig Ten meet."
- Tim Stith

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