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Terrell, Dave
June, Cato
Kornblue, Brandon
Howard, Todd
Walker, Marquise
Downs, David
Whitley, James
Hobson, Victor
Edwards, Manus
Henson, Drew
Cross. Walter
Parini, Ryan
Johnson, DiAllo
Brady, Tom
Dreisbach, Scott
Kapsner, Jason
Williams, Dan
Patmon, Dwayne
Smith, Rudy
Foote, Larry
Sargent, Cory
Brown, LeAundre
Bergin, Mark
Van Pelt, Tad
Gold, Ian
Bryant, Kevin
Peterson. William
McCall, Patrick
Epstein, Hayden
Manning, Michael
Curry, Julius
Smith, Demitrius.
Jordan, Anthony
Panique, Scott
Ray, Marcus
Richards. Aaron
Weathers, Andre
Jackson, Kenneth
Thomas, Anthony
Williams, Clarence
Fargas, Justin
Jackson, Ray
Shea, Aaron
Frauman, Bob
Anderson, Kurt
Vinson, Jason
Mosely, Dwight
Coleman, Evan
Rosel, Eric
Hendricks, Tommy
Schanski, Tate
Chandler, Jared
Copenhaver, Clint
Armstrong, Dave
Petterson, Darren
Baker, Kraig

Pos. Ht. Wt.
WR 6-3 198
CB 6.1 201
PK 5-10 180
CB 5-10 178
WR 6-3 189
CB 5-6 162
CB 5-11 190
ILB 6.1 229
TB 5-8 174
QB 6-4 221
RB 5-11 196
FS 6-2 172
WR 6-3 189
QB 6.5 213
QB 6-4 214
QB 6-6 223
CB 6-0 185
FS 60 181
WR 6-3 210
ILB 6.1 211
P &3 187
CB 5-10 186
QB 6-2 196
RB 5-10 179
ILB 61 213
WR 6-0 183
CB 0 189
RB 5.10 193
PK 6-2 194
CB 6-2 204
SS 6-0 180
FB 6-2 245
LB 6-0 215
FB 6-0 250
SS 6-0 204
WR 5-8 170
CB 6-1 186
SS 5-10 183
RB 6-2 221
RB 5-9 189
RB 6-1 185
RB 6-2 218
TE 6.5 251
LB 6-3 220
DT 6-4 272
P 6-2 201
LB 6-1 219
FB 6-0 258
OLB 6-3 225
FS 6-2 215
CB 5-11 190
PK 6-1 170
OLB 6-4 248
DE 6-3 260
WR 5-10 179
PK 6.1 186

Sechler, Andy
Feely, Jay
Johnson, Matt
Carpenter, Chad.
Brackins, Eric
Ziemann, Chris
Moundros, Kirk
Williams, Maurice
Jones, Dhani
Hall, James
Singletary, Chris
Renes. Rob
Brooks, Grady
Miller. Nate
Young, Cyle
Killian, Brodie
Malacos, Jake
Warner, Eric
Cwayna, P.J.
Frazier, Steve
Baker, Dennis
Froelich, Kyle
Brandt, David
Wood, John
Mossa, Todd
Miller, Jeremy
Potts. Jeff
Mast. Ben
Denay, Joe
Brooks, Jason
Adkins. Adam
Hutchinson, Steve
Jansen. Jon
Parker, Noah
Backus, Jeff
Tuman, Jerame
Seymour, Bill
Joppru. Bennie
Thompson, Shawn
Knight, Marcus
Streets, Tai
Campbell, Mark
Dubuc, Deitan
Rose, Gary
Feazell. Juaquin
Williams, Josh
Rumishek. Dan
Sword. Sam
Roth. Chris
Wilson, Eric
Kratus, Patrick
Del Verne, Jeff
Petruziello. Dave
Lazarus. Shawn
Frysinger, Jake
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5-10 199 Sr.
5-10 186 Jr.
6-4 258 So.
6-2 229 Fr.
67 288 Jr.
6-2 210 Fr.
6-5 283 So.
6-2 225 Jr.
6-3 257 Jr.
6-2 244 Sr.
6.1 288 Jr.
6-2 250 So.
6-3 285 Sr.
6.0 264 Fr.
6-3 226 Fr.
6-3 279 Fr,
6-5 275 So.
5-11 216 Fr.
6-4 288 Jr.
6-5 232 Fr.
6-4 299 Fr.
6-4 293 So.
6-4 242 Fr.
6-3 291 Fr.
6-0 235 Fr.
6-7 293 Jr.
6-4 284 Fr.
6-7 293 Fr.
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6-3 280 Fr.
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6-7 294 Sr.
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6-6 288 So.
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6-3 248 Fr.
6-4 251 Fr.
6-4 243 Fr.
6-1 181 Jr.
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6-4 224 Fr.
6-4 263 Fr.
6-4 276 Sr.
6-3 279 Jr.
6-3 271 Fr.
6-2 241 Sr.
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6-4 279 So.
6-3 265 Jr.
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6-4 267 Fr.
6-3 227 Fr.
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By Josh Boddn
Daily Sports Writer
No one expects a five-year-old to
accomplish a lot. But that's exactly
what the Michigan soccer team dis-
proved Wednesday afternoon. The
Michigan soccer team is only in its fifth
year of existence, but it has already cap-
tured a Big Ten title, established itself
as one of the top teams in the country
and yesterday afternoon, the
Wolverines won their first NCAA tour-
nament game, 4-2, over Xavier.
Michigan did not fare well in the Big
Ten tournament, but that did not deter
the selection committee from giving the
Wolverines a bid to the NCAA tourna-
ment.
Michigan proved its worth with a
trouncing of the Atlantic 10 tournament
champ, and will face fourth seed, bitter
rival Notre Dame tomorrow at 1 p.m. in
South Bend.
"This is a moment you can't even
describe," senior defender Vanessa
Lewis said. "We are just so happy to
make it to the second round."
Michigan not only had to deal with a
tough Xavier squad, but they faced bru-
tal winds and cold temperatures. Winds
gusted at speeds close to 30 miles per
hour. And the temperature dropped to
37 degrees by the start of the second
half. Many of the athletes were wearing
gloves and lycra leggings under their
uniforms to combat the brutal tempera-
tures. The wind was so strong that a
punt by the Xavier goalie turned back-
wards toward the goalie in mid-air and
went out of bounds.
"This was not cold," Shannon Poole
said. "We have played in cold weather
and this wasn't bad, but controlling the
ball in the wind was tough for both
teams."
Xavier coach Ron Quinn agreed with
Poole.
"It was a matter of who was going to
be able to play well against the wind
and who was going to use the wind to
their advantage. It was certainly a factor
for both teams"
Xavier used the wind to its advantage
in the opening minutes. At the 11:25
mark of the first half, Xavier's Erin
Coley set up Annette Gruly, who scored
from 15 yards out on a beautiful left-
footer.
"We had to focus more on our
defense after the goal' Lewis said. "We
were a little lax at first, but we tightened
up on them after that."
Michigan not only put an airtight seal
on the defense, but the offense opened
up the arsenal. The Wolverines
answered, seven minutes later when
Laurie Peterson headed in a corner kick
from Emily Schmitt.
Michigan claimed the lead at 22:09,
when Shannon Poole hit the back of the
net. The Wolverines increased their lead
to 3-1 when Alissa Shaw netted her first
collegiate goal, at 43:57.
"We had a lot of chances to score.
And most times we were able to capi-

talize," Lewis said. "Our shooting per-
centages were pretty good, but we could
have even scored more."
Michigan narrowly outshot Xavier
11 to 10, but most of Xavier's shots
were easily saved.
The Musketeers came right back less
than a minute after Michigan scored its
third goal.
Gruber scored her second goal of the
game on a breakaway with just 0:12 left
in the half, making the halftime score 3-
2 in Michigan's favor.
Michigan secured the victory when
Marie Spaccarotella knocked in a
rebound at 78:26 to give the Wolverines
a two-goal cushion.
Michigan was able to adjust to the
talented Xavier offense by implement-
ing a 3-5-2 formation.

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This formation gave the Wolverines
three defenders, five midfielders and
two forwards.
This set was used sparingly by
Michigan this season, but is the prima-
ry formation of the English national
team.
Michigan's formation proved suc-
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used to strengthen the midfield and cre-
ate a wall for the opposing offense.
The 3-5-2 set gave Michigan two
purely defensive mids, two players on
the sides (wingers) and one completely
off, almost like a third forward.
"Today's game was by no means
easy," Poole said. "We are extremely
anxious to play Notre Dame again, and
believe that our system will work if we
all work together."

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to win their first-ever NCAA I
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overtime, earlier this season,
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