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28 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 4, 1996

Men's cross country roster and schedule

Women's cross country roster and schedule
The roster The schedule

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The roster
Wolverine C
David Barnett
Jeff Beuche 4
Jeff Bilsborrow
Ryan Burt
Cory Brown J
Jay Cantin F
Jeff DeLomg F
Mark Hojnacki J
Steve Kafla J
Kirt Laussma F
Steve Lawrence F
Kevin Luoma J
Michael Mahler
Don McLaughlinJ
Scott MacDonald
John Mortimer
Jeff Rogers J
Todd Snyder
Kevin Sullivan
Eric SutherlandJ
Ryan Swan J
Alex Towbin J
Steve Warner F
Nick Watson %

The schedule
Home events in bold

Class Hometown

Sr.
Sr-Jr
Sox
SrS
Jr-So
FrS
Fr
JrSo
Jr-So
Fr
Fr
Jr-So
Sr .
Jr
SrS
So .
Jr-So
So
Sr
Jr.
Jr
Jr-So
Fr
Sr

Royal Oak
Ann Arbor
Coldwater
Plymouth
Chelsea
Camlachie, Ontario
Whitehall
Solon, Ohio
Edina, Minn.
Allendale
Consecon, Ontario
Adrian
St. Joseph
Ann Arbor
Nepean, Ontario
Londonderry, N.H.
Linn, Ore.
Ann Arbor
Brantford, Ontario
Paw Paw
Pinckney
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Livonia
St. Joseph

Date
Sept. 7
Sept. 14
Oct. 4
Oct. 11
Oct. 20
Oct. 25
Nov. 2
Nov. 8
Nov. 16
Nov. 25

Event

Time

Michigan Open
Jay Hawk Invitational
Notre Dame Invitational
Murray Keatings Invitational
Michigan Interregional
EMU Invitational
Big Ten Championship
EMU Open,
District Championship
NCAA Championship

5 p.m.
10:30 a.m.
4 p.m.
11 a.m.
10 a.m.
4 p.m.
10 a.m.
4 p.m.
11 a.m.
11 a.m.

Wolverine Class
Marcy Akard So-Fr
Beth Albers Fr
Pauline Arnill Jr
Jennifer Barber Sr
Heather Burcar Fr
Tracey Cavin So-Fr
Bobbi Devon Fr
Jacqueline Ferrand Fr
Eileen Flek Jr
Julie Froud Fr
Tiffin Goodman Jr
Mara Guillemette Sr-Jr
Sarah Hamilton So-Fr
Susan Kaminski Jr-So
Elizabeth Kampfe Fr
Amalia Levit Fr
Holly Logue Sr-Jr
Molly Lori Sr
Bridget Mann Sr-Jr
Tanya Manson Sr
Lindsey Martinson Fr
Katie McGregor So
Allison Noe So-Fr
Lisa Ouellet Fr
Leah Retherford Fr
Nell Shields Fr
Emily Shively Sr-Jr
Michelle Slater Jr-So
Angela Stanifer So-Fr
Andrea Stutzman Fr

Hometown
Carmel, Ind.
Ann Arbor
Elora, Ontario
Bridgeport
Farmington Hills
Canton
Rochester
Alexandria, Va.
East Lansing
St. Marys, Ontario
Fairfield, Conn.
Glen Ellyn, Ill.
Canton
Sylvania, Ohio
Decatur, .
Fox Point, Wis.
Saline
Kentwood
Ann Arbor
Northville
Arlington Heights, 111.
Willoughby, Ohio
Plano, Texas
Sudbury, Ontario
Plymouth
Glen Ellyn, Ill.
Farmington Hills
Rochester Hills
Tecumseh
Blissfield

Date

Event

Sept. 7 Michigan State Dual Meet
Sept. 11 Michigan Intercollegiate
Sept. 14 Jay Hawk Invitational
Sept. 20 Wolverine Interregional
Sept. 25 Eastern Michigan Classic
Sept. 28 Miami Fall Classic
Oct. 2 Big Ten Conference Championship
Oct. 16 NCAA District Championship
Oct. 25 NCAA National Championship

TBA
TBA
10 a.m.
TBA
5:30 p.m.
TBA
TBA
TBA
11 a.m.

Time

Home events in bold

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Field hockey roster and schedule

The roster
Wolverine
Lindsay Babbitt
Sandra Cabrera
Bree Derr
Julie Flachs
Meredith Franden
Selina Harris
Amy Helber
Shelley Johnson
Jocelyn LaFace
Erika Lorenson
Kati Oakes
Amy Philbrook
Ashley Reichenbach
Aimee Remigio
Jamie Robbins
Michelle Smulders
Meredith Weinstein
Erica Widder
Loveita Wilkinson

The schedule
Home games in bold

Class Hometown
So Hudson, Ohio
Jr Ann Arbor
Sr Lititz, Pa.
Jr St. Louis, Mo.
Sr Tulsa, Okla.
Sr Old Greenwich, Conn.
Jr Ann Arbor
Sr-Fr Houston, Texas
Fr Rossland, British Columbia
So Avon, Conn.
Fr Lititz, Pa.
So Marblehead, Mass.
Fr Palmyra, Pa.
Jr Essex Falls, N.J.
Jr-So Pikesville, Md.
Sr Houston, Texas
Jr Princeton Jnct., N.J.
Fr Lititz, Pa.
So New Castle, Del.

Date
Sept. 7
Sept. 8
Sept. 14
Sept. 15
Sept. 21
Sept. 27
Sept. 29
Oct. 2
Oct. 6
Oct., 11
Oct. 13
Oct. 15
Oct. 20
Oct. 25
Oct. 27
Nov. 1
Nov. 3
Nov. 8-10

Opponent
Temple
Boston College
Old Dominion
William and Mary
Ball State
Ohio State
Penn State
Michigan State
New Hampshire
Iowa
Northwestern
Central Michigan
Michigan State
Penn State
Ohio State
Northwestern
Iowa
Big Ten Tournament

Time
noon
noon
1 p.m.
noon
10 a.m.
4 p.m.
noon
4 p.m.
noon
5 p.m.
2 p.m.
4 p.m.
noon
4 p.m.
1 p.m.
3 p.m.
noon
at Northwestern

W
The roster
Wolverine
Amber Berendowsky
Michele Brach
Carrie Brady
Kristin Buckley
Lauren Clister
Laura Fedrigo
Debbie Flaherty
Amanda Gauthier
Bethany Greenblatt
Mari Hoff
Jessica Jones
Kjersten Kuhlman
Vanessa Lewis
Jessica Limauro
Kelly Lukasik
Stephanie McArdle
Ashley Marks
Karen Montgomery
Alana Peters
Shannon Poole
Ruth Poulin
Jamie Ross
Nicole Savage
Emily Schmitt
Marie Spaccarotella
Jen Stahl
Jori Welchans

Class
Fr
Sr
So
So
Fr
So
Jr
Jr
So
Fr
So
Fr
So
So
So
Fr
Jr
Jr
Jr
Fr
Jr
Jr
So
Fr
Fr
Fr
Sr

Hometown
Brighton
Livonia
Westlake, Ohio
Bowie, Md.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Livonia
Sutton, Mass.
Tampa, Fla.
Salem, Mass.
Canton
Northville
St. Louis, Mo.
Dover, N.J.
Troy
Plymouth
Boxford, Mass.
Denver, Colo.
Tewksbury, Mass.
Solana Beach, Cal.
Troy
St. Charles, Ill.
Brighton
Newton, Mass.
Troy
Livonia
Amston, Conn
Canton

Home games in bold
Date
Sept. 7
Sept. 10
Sept. 17
Sept. 20
Sept. 22
Sept. 27
Sept. 29
Oct. 4
Oct. 6
Oct. 11

omen's soccer roster and schedule
The schedule

Opponent
Wright State
Eastern Michigan
Toledo
California
Kentucky
Ohio State
Indiana
Washington
Portland
Penn State
Minnesota
Northwestern
Wisconsin
Michigan State
Dayton
Detroit
Valparaiso
Big Ten Tournament

Oct. 13
Oct. 18
Oct. 20
Oct. 24
Oct. 27
Oct. 31
Nov. 3
Nov. 7

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TENNIS
Continued from Page 26
piled a 38-40 singles record and a 39-
24 doubles mark.
"Blain and Pusztai should step into
leadership roles,"Goldberg said.
The freshman class will be expected
to make an immediate contribution in
the fall.
Matt Wright, from Wichita, Kan.,
finished high school with a 110-0 sin-
gles record and captured four Kansas
high school championships. He has
been ranked in the top 30 in the nation
every year of his junior career and won
over 140 singles titles.
"Matt has great talent,' Michigan
coach Brian Eisner said. "He has great
touch, great hands and good timing.
We're working on his strength and
conditioning:"

The Wolverines also recruited the
Canadian National Under-18 Singles
Champion, Brad McFarlane, from
Ontario. McFarlane was the top-
ranked singles player under 18 in
Canada in 1995 and played on the
Canadian World Youth Cup Team in
1994.
"The nice thing that Brad brings is
international experience," Eisner said.
"He's competed in a lot of ITA
(International Tennis Association)
tournaments and brings a lot of dou-
bles success."
Ann Arbor native John Long earned
All-South Central Conference honors
four consecutivetseasons in high
school. He won the Michigan state
championship as a junior and senior
and went 30-0 during his last two
years.
Ron Nano from Great Neck, N.Y.,

has been a top-40 player every year in
junior tennis. He has been in the top
three in the East his entire career in the
18-and-under division. Nano also pro-
vides strong doubles play, Goldberg
said.
"Ron is very quick and agile,"
Eisner said. "He is a very crafty and
talented individual."
The impact of six new players will
be felt immediately, and Eisner will
give everyone a chance to prove them-
selves. Both Eisner and Goldberg will
use the fall season to determine a line-
up for spring competition.
"We've got to give everybody a
chance to play so we know where we
are and where we arekgoing;' Eisner
said. "The group has a lot of energy
and everyone wants to work hard and
do well.
"We certainly have a young talent

base to do well and go far."
The influx of new players gives
Eisner depth at both singles and dou-
bles positions. Goldberg is confident

that the new players will make a last-
ing contribution.
"This is the strongest freshman class
we have had in years," Goldberg said.

"These guys have been proven winners
in juniors.
"It basically boils down to how
quickly they progress.

Van derbilt downplays Cinderella
reference as opener approaches'

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The Associated Press
NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Talk of upsetting Notre Dame and
becoming the Northwestern of 1996 is dying down the closer
Vanderbilt gets to its season opener against the sixth-ranked
Fighting Irish.
Players' boasts reached Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz last
week, and he cautioned that anything was possible. But on
Monday, Vandy coach Rod Dowhower and his players were
more respectful.
"We all know what this is about. We all know who we are
playing," Dowhower said.
Comparisons to Northwestern are easy on the surface.
Both schools are known more for academics than athletics,
places where losing records far outweigh bowl appearances.
Northwestern pulled an upset in the 1995 season opener
against the Irish, and now Vandy hosts Notre Dame Thursday
night.
Punter 13ill Marinangel, who kicked a 70-yarder during
Vandy's 41-0 loss to the Irish last season, said the Commodores
are just trying to prepare as best they can.
"We're not Northwestern," he said.
Vanderbilt's problems stem from an inexperienced offense
that will use five freshmen at wide receiver and four sopho-
mores on the line. The Commodores stumbled to a 2-9 record
in 1995, and not much better is expected this year.
Looking for positives, Dowhower mentioned Vandy's jump

in season ticket sales and the national exposure the
Commodores will gain Thursday night on ESPN.
"That's what it's all about, and that's the positive part of this
whole opener," he said. "Our coaches and players and the uni-
versity and football program have a chance to play before a
national television audience."
A crowd of more than 41,000 is expected, with Vanderbilt
selling 28,000 season tickets, up from 11,000 in 1995. ThP
school has even erected some temporary bleachers in theIT
ners of Dudley Field to seat an extra 400 people.
Dowhower thinks the Commodores are as prepared as pos-
sible, but he is waiting to see how his younger players react
during the game.
"It's going to be interesting to see what happens with those
young guys," he said. "They're very good athletes and good
competitors. They've done a good job in practice, but they
haven't teamed up against a crowd like Notre Dame."
Dowhower enters his second season with at least one situ-
ation settled. Junior Damian Allen is his starting quarterbcj
following a battle with Ronnie Gordon, who transferrec&W
Division I-AA Middle Tennessee State last winter.
"He's mechanically much better than he was," Dowhower
said. "He has a much better command of our system, and it's
up to the supporting cast to provide him with the backup he
needs.
"He's not under the category of a player who can carry a
team, but I think he's a good college quarterback."

Spurier displeased with Wuerifel.
The Associated Press Spurer said.
Uneprode. pmrws n c~iui Iauwz

GAINESVILLE, Fla. - After a weekend of stewing about
the mediocre performance by his Fun 'N' Gun offense, Florida
coach Steve Spurrier found a consolation prize Tuesday.
"I think it's the first time we've ever played five QBs;'

One robem. puier wasn't the least bit pieasea wnn any
of them, including No. 1 Danny Wuerffel.
Wuerffel, who holds 17 school records for passing, bounced
passes in the flats, overthrew receivers on the sidelines and
missed on three passes that would have been sure touchdowns.

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He finished 15-of-28 for 224 yards
and a touchdown in the 55-21 victory
over Southwestern Louisiana Saturday,
but it was a performance that tur
Spurrier sour.
"It's nothing to do with the receivers,"
Spurrier said. "They ran good routes.
They were where they were supposed to
be. Why he threw like he did, we don't
have the answer right now."

Original work in many media to be exhibited by'
members of the congregation from 11:15 a.m. to
2:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 8 at the church,
512 East Huron between State and Division.

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