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Scoreboard AMERICAN LEAGUE
Hometeam in APSNew York 12, DETROIT 3
Hometeams in CAPS CLEVELAND 11, California 2
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NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 11, BALTiMORE 3
HOUSTON 4, Philadelphia I COLLEGE FOOTBALL
COLORADO 16, Adtlanta 8 Miami 33, RUTGERS 0
MQORAL1.6,Flat48WORLD CUP HOCKEY
MON TREAL 5, Florida 4 USA 5, CANADA 2 (series tied, 1-1)

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Michigan's Julie Flachs celebrates her last-minute goal Sunday with goaltender
Amy Helber. The Wolverines will face a dominating foe in Old Dominion tomorrow.
Old challenges
await Michigan

By Dan Stillman
Daily Sports Writer
After tomorrow, the Michigan field
hockey team should have a very good
idea of where it stands in the NCAA.
The Wolverines (1-1) take on peren-
nial power Old Dominion at 1 p.m. in
Norfolk, Va.
Michigan will then play a less
'threatening William & Mary team on
Sunday at noon, also in Norfolk. The

Tribe is 2-0,.
Villanova and
Kent State.
0 1 d
D o m i n i o n
-coach Beth
Anders and her
-Lady Monarchs
-(3-0) have
brought home
the NCAA
championship
'seven times in
Sher 14 years of
- .coaching, most
recently in
1992.
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with victories over
This
weekend
Who: The
Michigan field
hockey team vs.
Old Dominion and
William & Mary
Where: Norfolk,
Va.
When: Old
Dominion tomor-
row,1 n.m, and
William and Mary
on Sunday, noon

forwards, Pankratz said.
In their first three games, the Lady
Monarchs have scored seven, four and
three goals, respectively.
The Wolverines will undoubtedly be
looking to catch a few breaks them-
selves in the goal department this
weekend.
Last Saturday, Michigan could not
buy a goal in its first game.
Despite outshooting Temple by a
whopping 23-5 margin, the Wolverines
could not get the ball past Temple
goalkeeper Deb Brown, as the Owls
prevailed, 1-0.
"Sometimes, you have games like
that," Pankratz said. "They're gonna
fall, eventually."
Things improved for the Michigan
offense the next day against Boston
College, as the Wolverines outshot
their opponent again, this time 17-14.
But more importantly, Michigan
converted on three of those attempts
and came from behind to defeat the
Eagles. 3-2.
Trailing Boston College, 2-1, late in
the second half, the Wolverines scored
twice in the final three minutes to earn
their first victory of the season.
Junior attacker Julie Flachs convert-
ed a penalty corner for the winning
goal with 1:29 remaining.
The Wolverines' tenacity in both
games impressed Pankratz.
"They're always staying in the
game," Pankratz said. "They work
hard, never quitting. They have the
determination to stay in battle."

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The image no Wolverine wants to see: Colorado's Michael Westbrook hauling in the Hail Mary pass over Ty law In 1.994.Hi n~/at
Hail Mary or not this yeCarS f
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winning per-
centage is tops in NCAA field hockey
history.
"(Old Dominion) is always strong,
always in the top 10," Michigan coach
Marcia Pankratz said. "They're well-
coached and well-prepared."
The Wolverines spent the week try-
ing to solidify their defense in prepa-
; ration for the Lady Monarchs' strong

By Nicholas J. Cotsonika
Daily Sports Editor
All right. Enough about the 1994 Colorado game
for a while.
According to Colorado and Michigan, the Hail
Mary is a has been - having been discussed to death
and developed into an annoyance for both. Well, final-
ly, it will be over.
The banter and bitter bickering about the past will
stop at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow, when the Wolverines and
Buffaloes cut off the questions by strapping on their
helmets.
And when they do - Hail Mary or not - good

God, it's going to be one interesting football game.
It's No. I I Michigan vs. No. 5 Colorado.
It's the biggest game in the nation tomorrow.
It's in Boulder, Colo.
It's a proven quarterback against a proven defense.
It's a relatively green quarterback against a risky
Tomorrow
Who: No. 11 Michigan (1-0) vs. No. 5 Colorado (2-0}
Where: Folsom Field, Boulder, Colo.
When: 3:30 p.m. EST
Television: ABC, Ch. 7, Keith Jackson and Bob
Griese announcing

defense.
It's a lot of fun for the Wolverines.
"This is the type of game you come to Michigan
play," Michigan coach Lloyd Carr said. "Any time yc
play an intersectional game against a nation;
ranked team, it's big:"
It's a lot of fun for the Buffaloes, too.
"We're certainly excited about playing Michigan
Colorado coach Rick Neuheisel said. "They're in t
who's who list of football powers. There's a lot,
stake."

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