The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, September 26, 1994 - 7
Students line up early
for basketball tickets
By RYAN WHITE
Daily Basketball Writer
Students began lining up as early as 12:30 a.m. yesterday morning to
qurchase Michigan basketball tickets.
Then, around 7:30a.m. when another group came and lined up at a different
entrance, those students found out that they were waiting at the wrong door
into Crisler Arena.
As a result the latecomers actually ended up first in line.
None of it really mattered though since the ticket sales aren't based on a
first-come first-serve basis, but by the number of past seasons you've pur-
chased season packages.
That fact didn't stop many from showing up throughout the night.
"It's part of the college experience," said freshman Jeff Kosiorek, who got
in line at 4 a.m., as soon as he was "done partying."
0 This year the magic number for split-ticket sales was 3100. Almost 4000
had been sold by 3 p.m. yesterday. That means that nearly 1800 students will
get the split season package.
While excitement is high among fans for this year's team, many in line
were not exuberant about the four games omitted in the student package.
Jackson State (Dec. 22) , Purdue (Jan. 3), Indiana (Feb. 19) and Illinois
(Feb. 26) are all left off the list of games being sold to students.
The Wolverines take on the Boilermakers just a day before winter classes
begin, and play the Fighting Illini the final day of spring break.
The ticket office officials said that since there were no classes, there would
no students to sit in the seats.
"With the games being the day before (classes begin) we should be here,"
senior Kevin Montgomery said. "There is no reason those shouldn't be
"We were all here for the Boston College game," freshman Becky Oppat
said referring to the opening game of this year's football season, which took
place before the semester commenced.
The four games could be purchased for an additional $65 . Montgomery,
for one, didn't think it a worthwhile option.
"If I couldjust buy Indiana I would, but not all of them at 65 bucks," he said.
Stickers drop pair on road
Northwestern, Iowa shut down Michigan offense
New attitude for men's
soccer doesn't bring wins
By NICHOLAS J. COTSONIKA was picked off by a Parkside forward
Daily Sports Writer who drilled a shot into the goal's far
The Michigan men's soccer team left corner.
no longer cares who its competition The first half ended with Michi-
is. And that attitude showed as the gan dawn by one, but that in itself was
Wolverines held the tenth-ranked a moral victory.
team in Division II, Wisconsin- "It was our best half of the sea-
Parkside, to only three goals in son," midfielder Eric Frickel said.
yesterday's 3-0 loss at Mitchell Field. "We got them off their game and we
"We're done respecting other were really taking it to them."
teams because they're varsity pro- The second half did not go as well
grams," Michigan co-captain for Michigan. Parkside scored twice
Herschel Wanjcer said. "We've been within a two-minute span midway
giving them more credit and more through the half to ice the victory.
respect than they deserve, and we've Wanjcer pointed to the reactions
been taking ourselves out of games of the Parkside players as evidence of
before they've started because of it. the strong Michigan performance.
"We had a captain's practice Fri- "They were really frustrated,"
day, and we decided to come into Wanjcer said. "You could tell be-
today's game with a different atti- cause they were yelling at each other
tude. No respect anymore." and were trying to figure out what
What the Wolverines refused to re- was going wrong. They really thought
spect yesterday was a Wisconsin- they were going to come here and
Parksideteamthatdefeatedsixth-ranked walk all over us."
Oakland University Saturday. Michigan plans to use yesterday's
Michigan (3-3-2) dominated the game as a foundation for future success.
first half. The Wolverines didn't al- "If we play like that the rest of the
low Parkside to score until the final year, we're going to beat a lot of
minute, when an errant Michigan pass people," Frickel said.
Students began lining up as early 12:30 a.m., checkbooks in hand, to shell
out $80 for basketball season tickets.
By RAVI GOPAL
Daily Sports Writer
From the frying pan and into the
The Michigan field hockey team
*perienced this feeling firsthand last
weekend, with two tough conference
losses on the road.
Friday, the Wolverines (0-2 Big
Ten, 4-5 overall) dropped a 1-0 con-
test to fifth-ranked Northwestern (2-
0, 7-1-1). Yesterday, No. 13 Iowa (2-
0, 6-3) defeated Michigan, 3-1.
The Big Ten opener for both the
Wildcats and Wolverines proved to
be a defensive battle. After one half,
e two teams were scoreless.
But near the 5:00 mark of the
second half, Wildcat senior forward
Gretchen Scheuermann stole an er-
rant Wolverine pass and flew down
the field toward Michigan goalie
Wolverine junior Jen Lupinski
took down Scheuerman and the offi-
cials awarded the Wildcats a penalty
corner. Junior back Betsy Vance
scored, providing Northwestern with
the only goal they needed.
In yesterday's game, the Wolver-
ines still couldn't get much going
Michigan's lone goal of the week-
end came whenjunior forward Aaleya
Koreishi opened the scoring at the
13:08 mark of the first half.
Two goals by senior Debbie
Humpage and one by junior Ann Pare
finished the scoring, as the Hawkeyes
outshot Michigan, 19-8.
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was recently injured but still plans to
go pro next season?
H:I would just tell him to make sure
he keeps working hard and gets his
degree. A guy like him is definitely
going to get a shot. fter one halfSo just
do all he can with rehabilitation. Keep
D: What was your best memory at
Michigan besides the Notre Dame
H: The Ohio State punt return
where I hit the Heisman pose. Also,
definitely the friendships I made. I
have a lot of good friends up there. I
have a lot of close-knit friendships,
not a lot of people, but a little group of
people whose friendship I cherish
deeply. I don't think you really real-
ize or appreciate it until you leave.
It's definitely an experience.
D: Where do you envision your-
self in 10 years?
H: Hopefully married and with at
least two children and retired from
football; giving speeches on the lec-
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