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2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, September 19, 1994

Here is how the top 25 teams in college football fared this week-
end.

WHO: Chris Brockway
TEAM: Men's Golf
HOMETOWN: Ann Arbor
YEAR: Senior
EuwBiIuTY: Junior

WHY: At the Falcon Invitational in Colorado Springs, Cold., Brockway shot a three-over-par 219, tops
among the 120 individuals at the tournament. His performance helped the Wolverines to a third-place
showing at the Air Force Academy-hosted event, the Wolverines' highest finish since they placed third at
the Buckeye Fall Classic two years ago.
BACKGROUND: During his time at Ann Arbor Pioneer H.S., Brockway played two years of varsity golf and won
all-conference and all-state praise after his senior season. A four-year honor roll student at Pioneer,
Brockway also was a member of the student council.
Brockway
Men's soccer falls to Kalamazoo College defensive attack

By ANTOINE PITTS
DAILY SPORTS EDITOR
KALAMAZOO-In its previous
two games, the Michigan men's soc-
cer team outscored its opponents 12-
0. Saturday at Kalamazoo College,
the tables turned on the Wolverines as
they were shutout, 2-0.

The Hornets (2-2-1) notched a goal
in each half and kept the Wolverines
(2-2-1) off the board for the entire 90
minutes.
"This was the best game we've
played all year and against a good
team, too," Kalamazoo coach Hardy
Fuchs said. "Michigan for some rea-
son never got untracked."
Senior fullback Mike Arends
scored in the first half and once again

in the second half to account for all of
the scoring. Meanwhile, the
Kalamazoo defense kept the Wolver-
ines at bay.
"They are always dangerous be-
cause they have good dribblers,"
Fuchs said. "I would take a lot of their
players in my program. I tried to re-
cruit Kris Wiljanen and Ian Kurth.
Michigan's best chance to score
came 20 minutes into the game. Senior

forward Herschel Wancjersentahead
toward the net, missing by just inche .
The Wolverines made several other
good rushes into the Kalamazoo end of
the field but could not capitalize.
"We weren't getting our shots off,
Michigan coach Steve Burns said.
"We were waiting for the perfect shot"'
If there's a little seam you just hit that"
ball and there may be a deflection"..

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Trivia Answer
Michigan last started a
football season with three
consecutive victories in 1986;
beating Notre Dame, Oregon
State and Florida State. The
wolverineswent on to win sy
more in a row before being
upset in Ann Arbor by
Minnesota, 20-17.

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