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10 -The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 3, 1996

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icer Berenzweig
to sit out two games

By Mark Snyder
Dily Sports Writer
The Michigan hockey team will be
short one defenseman tomorrow night.
Sophpmore Bubba Berenzweig will
be sidelined for the next two games due
to academic con-
terns. Michigan
coach Red Berenson
said that time away f tt w
from the team would
benefit the blueliner.
"I don't think he
will be able to play
until the (Great
Lakes Invitational),"
Berenson said.
The loss could have hurt Michigan
more had it come at another point dur-
ing the season. Fortunately for the
Wolverines, they don't have any games
between Saturday's contest at Ferris
State and the GLI on Dec. 27.
Berenzweig is off to a fast start
through 12 games. He leads all
Michigan defensemen with two
goals.

MAGNIFICENT MORRISON: After
turning in an MVP performance this
weekend at the College Hockey
Showcase, Michigan captain Brendan
Morrison garnered yet another award.
He was named CCHA Offensive
Player-of-the-Week after tallying two
goals and three assists. It marked the
third straight week a Michigan player
has won a CCHA honor.
After his five-point weekend,
Morrison has assumed the team point
lead with 29.
HoME SWEET JOE: With two victo-
ries this weekend, Michigan improved
its record to 3-0 on the season at Joe
Louis Arena.
Assistant captain Jason Botterill said
the differences at the Joe reinforce the
importance of the game.
"It's a big adjustment for the fresh-
men coming in here," he said. "It's kind
of intimidating for a first-year player.
You always want to play a good game in
a place like this. It's a statement that it's
a big game and you should be ready to
play."

BOMBER
Continued from Page 9
the floor, they were all over the offen-
sive boards, following their shots.
Freshman Cameron Rigby snared
nine offensive rebounds away from
Maurice Taylor, Robert Traylor and
Maceo Baston, seven of them in the
first half.
For the game, Bradley outrebounded
Michigan on the offensive end, 13-12,
and, 41-37, overall.
"We gave them eight offensive
rebounds in the first half, which led to
12 points," Michigan coach Steve
Fisher said. "We can't let that happen."
But when teams like Purdue and
Indiana come to town, the ugly game
will be these teams' plan of attack. They
will fight for loose balls and take
advantage of second chances.
"We just need to rebound better,"
Michigan guard Travis Conlan said.
"We've got three big guys who can con-
trol the inside. But we need help on the
little things like scrapping and diving
on the floor for loose balls."
But that's where Michigan still hasn't
figured it out. Against teams who play
ugly, those aren't the little things. Those
are the big things.
-Alan Goldenbach can be reached
over e-mail at agold@umich.edu.

BRADLEY (64)
FO FT IMB
MINM-A MA 0-T A F PTS
Roberson 35 2-5 0-3 0-5 5 3 5
Rigby 37 5-10 2-3 9-10 1 4 13
Akinkule 34 4-14 2-2 1-6 3 5 10
Zobrist 43 6-16 0-0 1-4 1 4 16
Burrell 38 2-8 5-6 0-6 3 3 9
Cage 11 0-0 0-00-1000
Dye 4 0-0 2-2 0 01 2
Schairer 11 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 2
Lee 12 4-4 0-0 1-2 0 3 9
Henderson 15 1-2 0-0 2-6 0 1 2
Totals 225 2459101613411523 64
FG%: .407. FT%: .625. 3-point FG: 6-12,
.500 (Zobrist 4-9, Roberson 1-1, Rigby 1-
2). Blocks: 4 (Akinkunle 3, Burrell). Steals:
1 (Burrell). Technical Fouls: none.
Turnovers: 16 (Cage 3, Roberson 3, Rigby
2, Zobrist 2, Burrell 2, Dye 2, Akinkunle).
MICHIGAN tw)
N FT REB
MIN MA MA 0!T A F PTS
Ward 24 2-8 0-2 2-4 0 2 5
Taylor 35 7-12 5-5 2-6 1 2 19
Traylor 29 4-7 2-4 1-6 0 2 10
Bullock 39 4-13 7-9 1-4 0 0 17
Conlan 37 1-6 2-3 2-5 3 3 4
Vignier 5 0-2 0-0 1-2 0 0 0
Hughes 34 3-11 0-0 0-1 3 4 7
Baston 20 1-1 2-4 2-6 0 4 4
Oliver 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 00 0
Totals 225 22.018-2712-377 17 66
FG%: .367. FT%: .667. 3-point FG: 4-15,
.267 (Bullock 2-4, Ward 1-5, Hughes 1-5).
' Blocks: 4 (Taylor 2, Bullock, Vignier).
Steals: 4 (Conlan 2, Taylor, Hughes).
Technical Fouls: none. Turnovers: 13
(Hughes 3, Traylor 2, Bullock 2, Conlan 2,
Baston 2, Taylor, Ward).
Bradley.....29 32 3- 64
Michigan ..........26 35 5-66
At: Crisler Arena, A: 11,501

STANFORD
Continued from Page 9
said. "I have to question our shot selec-
tion, free-throw shooting and the
turnovers at inopportune times"
But her focus remains on the road
ahead.
"In the long run, this game will help
us," VanDerveer said. "We learned a
valuable lesson."
And it will have to be a lesson well
learned if the Cardinal is to continue its
quest for the national championship.
In this week's Associated Press poll,
Stanford held on to the top spot - but
its grasp is weakening. After being
voted No. 1 unanimously last week with
41 votes, the Cardinal starts this week
with 39.
After the Wolverines' strong show-
ing, the team garnered three votes in the
new poll.
The votes are just one more reflec-
tion of Michigan head coach Sue
Guevara's infusion of emotion into this
year's squad.
That enthusiasm was something
sorely missed under former Michigan
coach Trish Roberts.
"Last year, this team didn't believe,"
Guevara said. "This year's team
believes. We came here to play
Stanford. That was our challenge, a goal
of ours.
"To play the country's No. 1 team to
within three points ... we had the last
shot"'

STANFORD 77)
MIN M-A iM-AOaT A F PTS
Nygaard 38 813 0-0 4-11 2 2 22
Mulrtauaopele 29 9-18 1-2 2-5 1 3 19
Scott 31 3-8 3-5 2-7 34 9
Wideman 37 3-6 4-6 1-4 9 1 10
Starbird 34 5-12 3-4 2-4 5 3 15
Flores 7 0-1 0-0 0.1 1 2 0
Smith 7 0-0 0-000 00 0
Owen 17 1-5 0-1 1-2 0 2 2
Totals 200 29.6311-1812.342117 77
FG%: .460. FT%: .611. 3-polnt FG: 8-16,
.500 (Nygaard 6-10, Wideman 0-2, Starb~ird
2-3, Flores 0-1). Blcks: 1 (Starbird).
Steals: 6 (Scott 2, Starbird 2, Owen,
Wideman). Team Rebounds: 4 Technical
Fouls: none. Turnovers: 11 (Owen 3,
Nygaard 2, Starbird 2, Mulitauaopele, Scott
Smith, Wideman).

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MICHIGAN
MIN
Kiefer 31
Thomas 36
Johns 37
Willard 26
Murray 10
Franklin 8
Walker 7
Johnson 6
Shellman 7
DiGiacinto 3
Lemire 29
Totals 200:

( 4)
FO FT REB
WA M-A 0T A F1
3-6 0-0 1-7 3 3
7-14 2-4 3-8 1 1
8-12 3-9 7-10 2 3
0-3 3-4 2-6 1 3
2-6 0-0 1-1 1 2
0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2
0-3 0-0 2-3 0 1
1-2 0-0 0-1 0 0
1-2 0-0 0-0 0 2
0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0
7-12 0-2 0.1 4 1
29462 &1917421218

PTS
9
17
19
3
5
0
0
2
2.
0
17
74

FG%: .468. FT%: .421. 3-point FG: 8-19,
.421 (Kiefer 3-4, Thomas 1-4, Willard 0-1,
Murray 1-2, Johnson 0-1, Shellman 0-1).
Blocks: none. Steals: 4 (Lemire 4). Team
Rebounds: 5 Technical Fouls: none.
Turnovers: 17 (Kiefer 3, Thomas 3, Willard
3, Johns 2, Johnson, Lemire, Murray,
Shellman, Walker).
Stanford ........43 34 - 77
Michigan.....32 42-74
At: Special Events Arena

I

Wildcats, Ilimi name
new football coaches

The Associated Press
Illinois and Kentucky went in-
opposite directions for their new foot-
ball coaches yesterday, the Illini grab-
bing NFL assistant Ron Turner and
the Wildcats dipping into Division II
for Hall Mumme.
There was nothing, though, that
could save Lou Tepper at Illinois and
Bill Curry at Kentucky, both dis-
missed during the season.
For replacements, Illinois chose
Turner, the Chicago Bears' offensive
coordinator, while Kentucky picked
Mumme, who had been at Valdosta
State.
Turner promised a new emphasis
for the Illini, who finished 2-9 this
season and had trouble drawing fans.
"We are going to have a wide open,
exciting kind of offense," he said.
That will be a dramatic change for
Illinois, where Tepper, a former
defensive coach, was criticized for
producing an unexciting and ineffec-
tive attack.
The Illini were 25-31-2 in five
years under Tepper and attendance

dipped dramatically.
"I think the (filled) seats come with
offense," athletic director Ron
Guenther said. "The seats come with
success. That's the key - success."
And Turner, who got a five-year
contract, promised that.
"I'm looking forward to getting the
winning tradition going again and
having a winning tradition," he said.
"We can come in and bring some
recruits in and start building the foun-
dation of a winning program."
Mumme, who received a four-year
deal from Kentucky, did that at
Valdosta State, where he was 40-17-1
in five years.
"I see coach Mumme as someone
who will put the fun in Kentucky
football," athletic director C.M.
Newton said. "Fun comes in winning,
and he is a proven winner"
Kentucky finished at 4-7, winning
three straight after Curry was fired
and finished the season as a lame
duck.
Curry's seven-year record at the
school was 26-52.

Food Drive Collection Sites
The Michigan Athletic Department is organizing its annual food drive to C0 ~
lect food for families in need. Collection sites and dates are as follows:

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