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2 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, October 31, 1994

teams in college football. First-place votes

WHY: Sullivan won the Big Ten championship for the second consecutive year
BACKGROUND: 1993 Big Ten Freshman of the Year finished fourth in the nation at last year's NCAA champi-
onships. Only the fifth North American to ever break a four-minute mile. Holds Canadian record for 1500
meters.

Men's soccer closes out regular season

By JOHN LEROI
Daily Sports Writer
Nothing gives a team more moti-
vation going into the postseason than
ending the season on a roll. And after
a victory Friday against Ferris State
and a strong showing yesterday
against Western Michigan, the Michi-
gan men's soccer team has some en-
thusiasm going into next weekend's
national club regional tournament in
Columbus.
The Wolverines (12-6-4) beat
Ferris State 4-0 at Mitchell Field and
then were knocked off by Western
Michigan 2-0 in Kalamazoo to end
the weekend. The match against the
Broncos was rescheduled from ear-
lier in the season as a promotional
game for Western, who is in danger of
falling from varsity to club status.
On Friday, Michigan dominated
the Bulldogs in the first half. Forward
Richard Berri, midfielders Ian Kurth
and Steve Moore and defenseman
Mike Presley all netted goals before
the intermission. This years' game

'Right now we are
superior to most club
teams, but not a
strong program like
Western Michigan.'
- Steve Burns
Michigan soccer coach
had quite a different outcome than
last season's scoreless tie.
"We really had something to prove
against Ferris," Michigan coach Steve
Burns said. "We came out and played
some very strong soccer."
Michigan controlled the tempo of
the game and didn't seem to face
much pressure from the Bulldogs. In
the second half, the Wolverines kept
possession of the ball, but couldn't
score any goals after the break.
Yesterday, the Wolverines
droppeda tight match in front of nearly
1700 fans in Kalamazoo. Aftera score-

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The Michigan men's soccer team finished its regular season schedule with a win and.a loss this weekend.

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