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28 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 11, 1999

CLUB SPORTS CORNER

EDITED By DAVID DEN HERDER
AND MARK FRANCEscumi-

I . October at Yost Ice Arena

Men's varsity
Oct. 15, 7:30p.m.
vs. Mass.-Lowell
Oct. 16, 7 p.m.
vs. Mass.-Lowell
Oct. 30, 7 p.m.
vs. Yale

Men's club
Oct. 23, 10 p.m.
vs. Michigan St.
Oct.29, 10:30p.m.
vs. Miami (Ohio)
Oct. 30, 3 p.m.
vs. Miami (Ohio)

Women's club
Oct. 29, TBA
TBD
Oct. 30, TBA
TBD

Club icers find all bark, no bite
Michigan men sweep Bulldogs at home and on road

Two wins for the varsity, two wins for
the club.
The Michigan men's hockey club
opened its season like its varsity counter-
part - with two victories - defeating
Ferris State 8-1 and 7-5 this past week-
end.
While Ferris State swept its two-game
series with Michigan last season, the
Wolverines cruised easily in their home
and season opener on Friday.
Paul Khawam netted a hat trick while
the Wolverines swarmed the Bulldogs
with five goals in the first period.
Saturday, the teams switched venues to
Ferris State's Ewigleben Ice Arena where
the Wolverines slipped by the Bulldogs
again, 7-5. Under extremely hot condi-
iions the teams traded goals until
Michigan netted two unanswered goals
in the final 10 minutes to seal the victory
Kayak club will
of er training
clinic for students
What are you doing at 9:00 on
Sunday morning .
If sleep isn't of value to you, head up
to North Campus for a leisurely workout
with the Michigan kayaking club.
The team is in the water for fun, infor-
mal sessions every Sunday and
Wednesday, all year long.
Practice, if you call it that - team
member Susie Flink stresses that the
team is noncompetitive and out there
'just for fun" - is held inside, at the
North Campus Recreation Building
pool. Working out indoors is much eas-
ier than breaking ice with the paddles
MICHIGAN FENCING:
at the Renaissance Fencing Club
Beginner Tourney in Madison Hts. -
Women's Foil
Amanda Carvell, fourth place
Men's Epee

"It was basically score, tie, score, tie,
up until 5-5," said club president Jason
Kiehler, also a senior forward for the
team.
The Wolverines play in the Midwest
Collegiate Hockey League.
Other members of the MCHL include
Indiana, Miami (Ohio), Ohio State,.
Kentucky, Dayton, John Carroll, Toledo,
and affiliate member Indiana-Purdue at
Indianapolis.
Student admission to home games (all
at Yost Ice Arena) is free with student ID.
All other tickets are $3.00. Michigan's
next home game is a battle of in-state
rivals, when the Wolverines battle
Michigan State on Oct. 23. Fans can find
the club's schedule and other information
at the team's Website -
www.unich. edu/~clubhckv .
- Mark Francescutti
during the winter.
Toward the latter part of winter term,
when the weather finally starts to heat
up, the kayak team takes trips all over to
enjoy some of North America's finest
waterways.
In the past, they have kayaked in
Pennsylvania, Indiana, and even Ottawa,
Canada.
Forthcoming is a training clinic,
where new students interested in the
sport will be able to check it out, learn
the fundamentals and meet team mem-
bers. The date has yet to be set.
"Anyone can kayak' Flink said
assuredly. "You don't need any special
skills - you just can't be afraid of
water."
For more information, e-mail Flink at
sflink@urmich.edu.
- Dave Roth
Ryan Polasek, first place (national E)
Chris Messina, third place
BJ Chavez, fourth place
Men's Sabre
Joe Way, first place (national E)
Ben Fineman, third place

'M' SCHEDULE
Wednesday October 13
Field Hockey at Central Michigan, 3:00 p.m.
Volleyball at Michigan State, 7:00 p.m.
Friday October 15
Soccer at Minnesota, 7:00 p.m.
Hockey vs. Massachusetts-Lowell, 7:35 p.m.
Saturday October 16
Volleyball vs. Northwestern, 7:00 p.m.
Hockey vs. Massachusetts-Lowell, 7:05 p.m.
Sunday October 17
Field Hockey vs. Michigan State, 1:00 p.m.
Soccer at Wisconsin, 12:00 p.m.
Men's Cross Country Wolverine Interregional,
10:30 a.m.
Women's Cross Country Wolverine
Interregional, 11:30 am.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
EAST
Air Force 19, Navy 14
Brown 53, Princeton 3
Central Michigan 38, Buffalo 19
Columbia 10, Bucknell 7
Cornell 24, Harvard 23
Duquesne 10, St. John's, NY 3
Georgetown, D.C. 41, Marist 40, OT
Lehigh 30, Dartmouth 14
Massachusetts 77, Northeastern 0
Penn 35, Fordham 18
Slippery Rock 52, Indiana (Pa.)14
Temple 24, Boston College 14
Virginia Tech 58, Rutgers 20
Yale 34, Holy Cross 14
SOUTH
Duke 24, Virginia 17, 20T
Florida 31, LSU 10
Florida State 31, Miami (Fla.) 21
Georgia Tech 31, North Carolina 24, OT
Grambling State 42, MVSU 19
Kentucky 30, South Carolina 10
Maryland 17, Wake Forest 14
Memphis 38, UAB 14
Mississippi 20, Tulane 13
Mississippi St. 18, Auburn 16
N.C. State 35, Clemson 31
Richmond 41, Rhode Island 38
South Carolina St. 27, Norfolk State 23
Southern Miss. 39, East Carolina 22
Tennessee 37, Georgia 20
Vanderbilt 58, The Citadel 0
William &-Mary 45, Villanova 10'
MIDWEST
Akron 41, Ohio 28
Drake 38, St. Mary's, Cal. 7
Indiana 34, Northwestern 17
Kansas State 50, Kansas 9
Miami (Ohio) 45, Bowling Green 31
Michigan State 34, Michigan 31
Nebraska 49, Iowa State 14
Notre Dame 48, Arizona State 17
Ohio State 25, Purdue 22
Penn State 31, Iowa 7
Toledo 47, Kent 7
W. Michigan 40, E. Michigan 37
Wisconsin 20, Minnesota 17, OT
SOUTHWEST.
Arkansas 58, Middle Tennessee 6
Houston 23, Cincinnati 20
Oklahoma SF. 41, Texas Tech 21
Texas 38, Oklahoma 28
Texas A&M 45, Baylor 13
FAR WEST
Arizona 31, Southern Cal 24

Brigham Young 38, Cahfora t
Colorado 46, Missouri 39,OT
Fresno State 44, Colorado ate 13
Montana 48, CS Northriag 2
IMontana State 29, Weber S1ate 6
Nevada 23, New Mexico St. 16
New Mexico 24, San Diego State 21
Rice 38, Hawaii 19
UCLA 34, Oregon 29
UNLV 35, Wyoming 32
Washington 47, Oregon St. 21
AP POLL
Associated Press Top 25, Oct. 10
(first place votes in parentheses)

ATe SidLEgTi &THE WEEK
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Team

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1. Florida State (63)
2. Penn State (6)
3. Nebraska
4. Virginia Tech (1)
5. Michigan State
6. Tennessee
7. Florida
8. Georgia Tech
9. Kansas State
10. Michigan
11. Alabama
12. Mississippi State
13. Texas A&M
14. Georgia
15. Marshall
16. Syracuse
17. Wisconsin
18. Ohio State
19. Texas
20. Purdue
21. Brigham Young
22. Mississippi
23. East Carolina
24 Miami
25. Southern Miss.

Record Pts
6-0 1,743
6-0 1,678
6-0 1,595
5-0 1,497
6-0 1,408
4.1 1,398
5-1 1,282
4-1 1,258
5-0 1,212
5.1 1,171
4-1 991
6.0 927
4-1 926
4-1 778
5-0 760
5-1 715
4-2 606
4-2 588
5-2 454
4-2 366
4-1 341
5-1 218
5-1 205
2-3 161
3-2 124

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Why: Comrie scored hs fist career hat trick on Friay n Mich a' s
6-1 win over NotreCDame and a<so added an assist.
Background: Won 190798 rt or Hockey Leagu cha
onship with the St. A bert Sains..Caadian Junior A' Hockey League
Player of the Year and leaung scorer. 1997-98...Aiberta Junior Hockey
League Rookie of the Year, 199697.

On home course, M'
can finish only fourth

Who: \ke C,.e
Hometown: Eumot:n Albera
AJHL Team: St. Albert Saints

Sport: Hc '
Year: So.ore
Position: Center

COACHES' POLL
USA Today/ESPN Coaches' Top 25, Oct. 10
(first place votes in parentheses)

Comrie

Team Rec.
1. Florida State (53) 6-0
2. Penn State (6) 5-0
3. Nebraska 6-0
4. Virginia Tech 5-0
5. Tennessee 4-1
6. Florida 5-1
7. Michigan State 6-0
8. Kansas State 5-0
9. Georgia Tech 4-1
10. Michigan 5.1
11. Texas A&M 5-1
12. Mississippi State 6-0
13. Alabama 4-1
14. Georgia 4-1
15. Syracuse 5-1
16. Marshall 5-0
17. Ohio St. 4-2
18. Wisconsin 4-2
19. Texas 5-2
20. BRIGHAM YOUNG 4-1
21. Purdue 4-2
22. Mississippi 5 -1
23. East Carolina 51
24. Miami (FL) 2-3
25. Air Force 4-1

Pts.
1,469
1,409
1,334
1,271
1,179
1,139
1,128
1,072
1,012
936
862
836
757
648
620
605
525
472
399
322
282
244
125
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By Benjamin Singer
For the Daily
In their home tournament, playing in
front of fans, friends and family, nothing
would have been more fitting for the
Michigan women's golf team than walk-
ing away with a trophy at the end of the
day.
Poetic justice was not on their side
yesterday.
"Not coming away with any hardware
at your home tournament puts a damper
on things," said coach Kathy Teichert.
Michigan's Blue team finished fourth,
shooting 650 over 36 holes. As the host
team, Michigan was allowed to play as
many golfers as they wanted to in groups
of six, and formed the Maize squad who
tied for ninth, shooting 676.
"It gives everyone an opportunity to
see how they do under pressure,"said
Teichert. "I'mjust trying to see whocan
get us the lowest scores."
Kent State and Ohio University tied
with 640 at the cnd of the two rounds.
Ohio won the ensuing playoff.
Southwest Missouri State finished third
with 647.
Had some of the Maize players been
on the top squad rather than the Blue
members with higher scores, Michigan
would have come in third, but Teichert
said she has no regrets about how she set
up the teams.
Only Heather Fueger of Ohio was
able to shoot on par for one round with a
73 on the first day. The already tough
course was made even harder to play by
unthvorable weather conditions. On
Saturday, the temperature was cool, and
on Sunday it was drizling through the
morning.
"This tournament allows other
schools to see how tough our course is"
Teichert said. "You're not seeing a lot of
low scores out there."
The Wolverines hoped that their
familiarity with the quirks of the course
would give them an edge over their
opponents. The old adage "knowing is
half the battle" haunted the Wolverines
today as several players struggled with
their strokes.
"If you know what to do but can't do
it, it really doesn't do you any good,"
said sophomore Stephanie MacAdams
of the Maize team, who shot a 163 to tie

MARJORIE MARSHALL/iady
Amy Talbot and the Michigan women's
golf team played hosts this weekend.
for 16th.
Sophomore Bess Bowers, who played
for the Blue team, tied for 10th on the
individual leader board shooting a 164'
Despite finishing the day with a 79, the
best round for any Wolverine this week-
end, Bowers was still disappointed by
her score. She thought she should have
done better on the 18th hole today.
"I hit it in the water," Bowers said. "i
haven't done that on Michigan's 18th
hole since last year. I know how to play
that hole."
l'pset over her performance on the
previous hole, Bowers made up for ti.
mistake with a birdie on the first green
Two other Wolverines finished inside
the top 20. The Blue team's sophomore
LeAnna Wicks ended one stroke behind
Bowers to tie for 13th. Blue team mem-
ber freshman Kim Benedict's 83 today
dropped her back to tie for 16th after her
80 on Saturday had her tied at sixth,
With Michigan's first three tourna-
ments behind them, Teichert is still
struggling to find a lineup that satisfit
her. Teichert has confidence in Bowers,
Benedict and Wicks, She said she feels
sophomore CortneyReno is starting to
come around, who tied for 23rd with 165
playing for the Blue team.

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Red Sox force game five with Tribe

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BOSTON (AP) - Known more for
collapses than comebacks, the tradition-
bound Boston Red Sox are trying some-
thing new.
A night after winning just their second
postseason game in 20 tries, the Red Sox
made it two in a row in record style -
shocking the Cleveland Indians 23-7 on
Sunday night to force a deciding fifth
game in their first-round AL playoff

series.
John Valentin had two homers, a dou-
ble and seven RBIs as Boston scored 0
most runs ever in a postseason game,
breaking the record set when Lou Gehrig
and Joe DiMaggio led the Yankees to an
18-4 victory over the New York Giants in
Game 2 of the 1936 World Series.
Cleveland has not won the World
Series since 1948.

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