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16A - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSWednesday - September 3, 1997

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misses near upset in Seattle

Wolverines can't finish off No. 19 Washington in 1-2 weekend tourney

By YTacy Sandier
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan volleyball team's performance in
Seattle last weekend may not have been perfect,
but it will not cause any sleepless nights.
At the Washington Husky Tournament, the
Wolverines posted a 1-2 record, losing to Idaho on
Friday night and No. 19 Washington on Sunday.
The Vandals beat Michigan in five games, 10-
15, 15-10, 9-15, 16-14, 15-12.
The teams split the first two games, before the
Wolverines executed 20 kills to beat Idaho, 15-9,
in the third.
After winning the next game, the Vandals did
away with Michigan in the fifth and decisive
game:
Next up for the Wolverines was Rhode Island.
Miehigan bounced back, beating the Rams, 3-0.
Juniors Karen Chase and Linsey Ebert, and fresh-
matt Joanna Fielder, each contributed with 12
kills:
Also helping the Wolverines on the offensive

end was junior Jeanine Szczesniak, who had 10
kills of her own.
The match against Rhode Island was the first at
the collegiate level for Fielder.
"I was happy with Joanna Fielder," coach Greg
Giovanazzi said. "I knew she was a good player,
but I didn't know how she would adjust. She was
able to come in and do a really good job."
Perhaps most impressive for the Wolverines
was the near upset over No. 19 Washington. They
lost to the Huskies, 3-2, after being ahead, 2-1.
Michigan led Washington, 13-7, in the match's
third game, but the Huskies rebounded to score
nine points and win.
Washington won the fifth game and finished
first in the tournament. The Wolverines placed
second.
Again Szczesniak (16 kills and four service
aces), Ebert (13 kills and three blocks) and
Fielder (1 1 kills and four blocks) were the spark-
plugs for Michigan.
Despite Michigan's less-than-stellar tourna-

ment, Ebert and senior Linnea Mendoza were
selected to the All-Husky Tournament team.
"I'm happy with how Linnea set," Giovanazzi
said. "Setting is also leading. She seemed to have
a lot of confidence, and she gave the team more
confidence in crucial situations."
As a pair, Ebert and Mendoza played off of
each other to be effective.
"They were dominating," Giovanazzi said.
"Linsey was the premiere middle-blocker in the
tournament. She blocked and hit at a very high
level, and we were able to get her the ball a lot.
Linnea setting Linsey is a very precise play, and
they're really starting to mesh."
Giovanazzi does not see the team's record in the
tournament as any reason for concern.
"We have a few very strong players not in in-
season in shape yet," Giovanazzi said.
"Sarah Jackson, Karen Chase and Jeanine
Szczesniak, who are three of our most dominating
players, just didn't have tournaments up to their
levels."

FILEPHOTO/Daily
Michigan senior Linnea Mendoza made the All-Husky tournament team for her per-
formance last weekend in Seattle.

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