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2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, September 26, 1994

Here is how the top 25 teams in college football fared this weekend with first
place votes in parentheses.


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WHO: Betsy Axley
TEAM: Women's Soccer
HOMETOWN: Wilmette, Illinois
YEAR: Freshman
WHY: Axley played a part in all four of Michigan's goals in Wednesday's 4-0 victory over Tiffin. Axley
scored two goals and added two assists for six points on the day. Axley added four shots in Friday's loss
to Minnesota, and contributed an assist in yesterday's 5-0 victory over Valparaiso.
BACKGROUND: Axley had an accomplished soccer career before joining the Wolverines this fall. She played
for Star 'n' Stripes, a United States All-Star team that competed in Europe. She has also been a member
of the Trevian Soccer Club her entire soccer career. She is among the Wolverine's team leaders in shots
(24) and points (two goals, three assists, seven points) and has started seven of eight games.




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shot advantage for the first half with
the only Crusader shot coming off of
a direct free kick.
The second half saw more of the
same, with the Wolverines dominat-
ing play. Every player on the Michi-
gan squad saw action, and the Wol-
verines outshot Valparaiso, 17-2.
The lone goal of the half was scored
by Michigan senior Carrie Taylor.
The goal was her first as a varsity
player and was particularly sweet.
"I've been waiting for a long time
and it felt really good," Taylor said.
"I'm a senior and I'd played on the club
team for three years. It's just really nice
to get in the varsity record books."
The Crusaders have played a num-
ber of prominent programs this sea-
son and Valparaiso coach Ceyhun
Ozgur feels the Wolverines will be
extremely competitive.
"They're probably the best first-
year program I've ever seen," Ozgur

said. "They're very strong on the ball,
they win a lot of first balls, and they
have several players with good touches.
They're going to be very good."
Belkin hopes they will be very goo
when they face Big Ten foes North-
western on Friday and Wisconsin on
Sunday. Both games are on the road.
"The win is important because we
got everyone involved," Belkin said.
"Everyone works hard in practice and
everyone needs to contribute. We've
got two big games coming up, and
both teams are well coached, so we'll
need everyone to be ready."
It wouldn't hurt if they were angry
as well.
Trivia Answer
Boston College and Colorado
had over 500 yards of total
offense in 1994 and Illinois
had over 500 yards in 1982.

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