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Name
Ford, Dexter**
Jackson, Robert*
Black, Tommie
Jatzlau, Bill
Wilturner, Daniel
Lagaway, Derek
Bush, Darrell
Watson, Jeff***
Codie, Nikia**
Scott, Darwin
Anderson, Morris**
Vandergriff, Van
Bowie, McKinley
Thompson, Derrius**
Joseph, David
Smith, Rodney*
Anderson, Matt*
Sullivan, David
AI-Amin, Samir
Alfred, Jermaine**
Banks, Cornelius*
Benson, Rodney
Dennard, Brandon
Wingerter, John
Pouncy, Joseph
Dossett, Martin
Cogdill, Mark*
Cruse, Clarence**
Armisted, Sean
Douglas, Jerod***
Neal, Robert*
Bonds, Brandon
Hawkins, Bryan
Cagnolatti, Chris*
McFarling, Brent
Green, Brian
Overstreet, Anthony**
Washington, Ahmad
Burkins, Elijah*
Harding, Drew
Rubin, Clifton*""
Campbell, Michael
Atenberry, Kyle*
Bennett, David
Jenkins, Cassidy
Parker, Kenyada**
Francis, Patrick
Hagins, Trey
Littleton, Jody **
Hill, Leonard"
Arroyo, Don"
Micheaux, Kris
Quinene, David
Henderson, Curtis*
Stanley, Eric
Foster, Charles*
Sterling, Lawrence
Speckles, Wade
Jones, John
Clay, Eric
Brown, Matt*
Fletcher, Danny"** *
Hartfield, Phillip
Reynolds, Troy
Summers, Toby*
Jackson, Jason*
Sampy, Chris*
Augustine, Dan
Coy, Glenn*r*
Garmon, Kelvin*
Hajart, Bradley
Kinney, Rod**
Fletcher, Derrick""
Johnson, Michael***
Addison, Lane
McRae, Larry"
Sutton, Brian"
Cotton, Ellis
Rocha, Carlos
Nichols, Luke
Isom, Clifford""
Davis, David**"
Domel, Bradley*""
Lamb, Paul
Johnson, Dwight"
Lichte, Jason
Chmelar, Chad"
Snow, Justin*
Simpkins, Garner"
Patterson, Gerald*
Calvin, James"
Gardner, Melvin
Mallory, Sheldon***
Phillips, Demetrio
Bryant, Matt

Pos. Ht.,
TB 5-11
FB 5-10
DB 6-0
TB 5-11
CB 5-7
FB 6-1
RB 5-8
QB 6-0
W R 6-3
DB 5.10
WR 6-1
WR 6-1
LB 6-0
WR 6-2
QB 5-11
SS 6-0
CB 5-11
PK 5-10
FS 6-0
QB 6-1
LB 6-3
DB 6-1
WR 6-0
PK 5-10
WR 6-0
CB 5-11
WR 6-1
LB 6-3
SS 5-10
RB 5-8
DB 5-9
FS 5-10
PK 5-9
WR 5-7
PK 5-11
DB 5-9
FB 5-11
CB 5-9
RB 5-7
DB 5-9
DE 6.0
WR 5-8
P 6-0
FB 6-1
WR 5-11
LB 6-2
DB 6-0
P 6-0
LB 6-1
LB 6-2
LB 6-3
LB 6-1
RB 5-9
FS 5-9
LB 6-0
DE 6-1
FB 5-9
P 6-3
LB 6-0
DE 6-1
LB 6-1
C 6-4
LB 5-11
DE 6-1
OL 6-2
LB 6-0
DT 6-1
LB 6-2
DE 6-3
OG 6-2
LB 6-0
DT 6-3
OT 6-6
OG 6-3
OL 6-4
OT 6-5
OG 6-4
DT 6-3
OT 6-3
OT 6-4
OL/TE 6-4
OT 6.4
TE 6-4
TE 6-3
DE 6-4
TE 6-3
TE 6-4
DE 6-3
WR 5-9
W R 6-2
DT 6-1
DE 6-3
DE 6-3
DE 6.3
PK 5-9

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Elig. Hometown
Jr. Dallas
So. Houston
So. Kaufman, Texas
So. Katy, Texas
Fr. Houston
Fr. Willis, Texas
Fr. Jersey Village, Texas
Sr. College Station, Texas
Jr. Cleburne, Texas
Fr, Jasper, Texas
Jr. Tyler, Texas
Sr. Orlando, Fla,
Fr. Aldine, Texas
Jr. Cedar Hill, Texas
Jr. Artesia, NM
So. Waco, Texas
Sr. Garland, Texas
Fr. Longview, Texas
Fr. Garland, Texas
Jr. Baytown, Texas
Jr. SugarLand, Texas .
Fr. Amarillo, Texas
So. Duncanville, Texas
Fr. Tulsa, Okla.
Fr. Dallas
Fr. Gregory, Texas
So. Houston
Jr. Houston
So. Alief, Texas
Sr. Converse, Texas
So. Garland, Texas
So. Corpus Christi, Texas
Jr. Waco, Texas
Sr. Chino Hills, Ca.
Jr. Austin, Texas
Fr. LaPorte, Texas
Sr. Tatum, Texas
Jr. Houston
So. Port Arthur, Texas
Fr. Dallas
Sr. Welsh, La.
Fr. Seguin, Texas
So. Kingwood, Texas
Fr. Addison, Texas
Fr. Hot Spring, Ark.
Jr. Sugar Land, Texas
Fr. Houston
So. Little Rock, Ark.
Sr. Brighton, Colo.
Sr. Galveston, Texas
So. Cuero, Texas
Fr. Jersey Village, Texas
So. Killeen, Texas
Jr. Humble, Texas
Fr. Duncanville, Texas
So. Waco, Texas
Fr. Oakland, Calif.
So. El Campo, Texas
Fr. China Spring, Texas
Fr. Houston
So. Arlington, Texas
Sr. Plano, Texas
Fr. Round Rock, Texas
Fr. Escondido, Calif.
So. Jersey Village, Texas
So. Giddings, Texas
Jr. Houston
So. El Paso, Texas
Sr. Kaufman, Texas
Jr. Haltom, Texas
Fr. Longview, Texas
Sr. Sugar Land, Texas
Jr. Aldine, Texas
Sr. Katy, Texas
Fr. Dallas
So. Angleton, Texas
So. Fort Worth, Texas
Fr. Sherman, Texas
So. Katy, Texas
Fr. Beaumont, Texas
Jr. Beaumont, Texas
Sr. Dallas
Sr. Needville, Texas
So. Galveston, Texas
So. Waco, Texas
So.- Topeka, Kan.
Jr. Cadwell, Texas
So. Abilene, Texas
Jr. Kewanee, 1ll.
Sr. Killeen, Texas
So. Keller, Texas
Fr.- Rockdale, Texas
Sr. Amarillo, Texas
Fr. Houston
So. Orange, Texas
* indicates varsity letters won

upstart 'M
By Andy Latack
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan soccer team is off to
its best start in the program's four-
year history.
At 5-1, the three-game win streak
No. 16. Michigan is riding is two
short of a school record. The
Wolverines have also outscored their
opponents, 22-5, this season.
Get out a pencil and paper. Write
these impressive stats down. Crumple1
up this paper and throw it out the
window, because all these numbers
mean nothing now.
The Big Ten season began yester-
day when Michigan traveled to
Bloomington to face Indiana.
The Wolverines host Ohio State
tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Michigan
Soccer Field.
"I think we're very prepared,"
Michigan coach Debbie Belkin said.
"We've played against some good
teams, which was a warm-up for the
conference season."
Michigan relies heavily on youth,
as three of its top four scorers are

underclassmen.
Sophomore Amber Berendowsky
leads the team with 15 points, and
freshman Kacy Beitel and sophomore
Emily Schmitt join senior Ruth
Poulin as the scoring leaders.
Belkin is confident that her young
team will stand up to the rigors of the
conference season.
"I'm not worried about inexperi-
ence," Belkin said. "Most everyone
has been through a Big Ten season at
least once and knows what to
expect."
Belkin also points to the leadership
provided by older players, such as
Poulin and senior tri-captain Debbie
Flaherty, as essential in conference
play. -
While Belkin maintains that no
conference game will be easy, the
Buckeyes (2-3-1) appear to be less of
a threat than Indiana, at least on
paper.
The Buckeyes sport a three-game
streak of their own - a losing streak.
Ohio State has mustered just one
goal in their last three games, includ-

ing a 5-1 trouncing at the hands of
Xavier.
Not surprisingly, the Michigan-
Ohio State series has a great history.
In three years of play, the Buckeyes
lead the series, 3-1, and have saddled
the Wolverines with three shutouts in
regular-season meetings.
Michigan took its revenge in post-
season play, however, defeating the
Buckeyes in the first round of last
year's Big Ten tournament.
"They have a new coach," said
Belkin, referring to new Buckeyes
coach Lori Walker, "So, we're not
sure what style of play to expect.
"It's definitely going to be a phys-
ical game."
Michigan has looked impressive in
its non-conference schedule. Now,
with six-straight Big Ten games star-
ing the Wolverines in the face, it
remains to be seen whether they will
contend for the wide-open confer-
ence title.
Beating the defending champs in
their own backyard would be a good
start.

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By Rick Harpst.r
and Kevin Rosenfield
For the Daily
After losing 60 percent of its team
to graduation, the Michigan men's
golf team entered its season-opening
tournament in Minneapolis faced
with many questions.
A young, inexperienced team
matched against a long, difficult
course and a top-notch field produced
somewhat predictable results at the
two-day ReliaStar Collegiate
Invitational.
Despite a strong final day of com-
petition, the Wolverines failed to gain

any ground on the 12-team field yes-
terday, finishing the tournament in
ninth place, 34 strokes behind the
leader.
Tournament host Minnesota
emerged on the final day to win the
54-hole event with a team score of
855. Louisiana State, the 36-hole
leader, finished second, with an 863.
"With four top 20 teams, this is as
tough a field as we'll face all year,"
Michigan coach Jim Carras said.
"It's a respectable start for a team
with little experience. Coming into
the tournament, with the exception of
Mike Harris, our team was full of

question marks, and I think we
answered some of those questions this
weekend."
Junior Kevin Vernick was a bright
spot for the young Michigan squad,
posting a team low 218 (74-72-72) to
finish tied for 15th overall. Vernick's
performance was especially impor-
tant on a team desperate for someone,
besides veteran Mike Harris, to
emerge as a leader.
"Kevin has arrived," Carras said.
"He's been working hard and has
improved tremendously. He will be
someone we can count on as the sea-
son progresses."

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