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2B - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 25, 1999

==CLUB SPORTS CORNER:

EDITED By DAVID DEN HERDER

Game on: Roller hockey rocks
Michigan outscores five weekend opponents, 29-7

The Michigan roller hockey team
found a flood of success on the
banks of the Red Cedar this past
weekend.
At a round-robin style hockey
weekend in East Lansing, the
Wolverines came away with a tie and
four sound victories, including a 10-
0 shutout of Ball State yesterday,
Other victims of Michigan's tear
were Ohio State, Rose Hulman and
Eastern Michigan. Illinois salvaged
a 4-4 tie.
"We've had a pretty good year so
far," said club president Jason Wells.
"We have five new freshmen that are
performing well."
Headlining Michigan's freshman
class is Dan Bachman, who has 10
goals on the season, Wells said.
Club icers beat up
Spartans to earn
weekend split
The Michigan men's hockey club
split this weekend's games with Kent
State and Michigan State. Friday
night, the Wolverines lost for the
first time this season to the Golden
Flashes, 3-2.
Saturday night, the Wolverines
bounced back to dispose of the
Spartans, 8-3.
The win improved Michigan's
record to 5-1 as the team now xvill
turn its attention to this weekend's
home games with Miami (Ohio).
The Wolverines will not be play-
ing at Yost Ice Arena, though.
Because of a conflict of schedules
with the varsity team, the Wolverines
will play the RedHawks Friday night
at the Farmington Hills Civic Center
and Saturday night in Toledo.
With 28 games left in their season,
the Wolverines are in first place in
the Midwest Collegiate Hockey
League.
This leaves Michigan in a good
position to meet its season goal,
qualifying for the American
Collegiate Hockey Association's
national tournament in Minneapolis.
Michigan qualified and was elimi-
nated by Central Michigan in last
season's tournament.
"Our goal is to make it to
Minneapolis," defenseman Jeremy
Motz said.
"Our chances are really good as
MICHIGAN MEN'S ROWING:
at the 35th Head of the Charles
in Cambridge, Mass. -
Championship Eights,
Governor's Trophy
Twenty-sixth place overall*
16:09.93

The Wolverines are working to
qualify for the College Roller
Hockey League Tournament at sea-
son's end.
Wells said that five teams from
Michigan's region will qualify for
the national tournament.
"We definitely expect to make the
tournament," Wells said. "And we
expect to have a good showing as
well."
Last season, Michigan qualified,
but was eliminated by Penn State in
the round of 16.
Although they spent all of last
weekend in East Lansing, the
Wolverines did not play Michigan
State. They will get their chance to
take on the Spartans in two weeks.
- David Den herder
long as we play well. As long as we
play well, we can play with anyone."
- Raphael Goodstein
Men's rugby earns
invitational bid
The Michigan men's rugby club
has received an invitation to the
Midwest Rugby Tournament Oct. 30-
31. This Saturday and Sunday, the
scrummers will travel to Bowling
Green State to compete in the invita-
tion-only tournament.
The squad will square off against
clubs from Michigan State, Purdue,
Cincinnati, Ohio University and
Wisconsin, senior captain Ryan
Gaylord said.
Although the club's record is 1-3-
1, it received a bid to the tournament
because two of its three losses have
been by fewer than five points.
On Oct. 16, the Wolverines lost to
Grand Valley State, 17-15. Another
close loss came against Ferris State,
where five points were the differ-
enec.
Many other teams in their confer-
ence share similar sub-par records
because two of the teams in their
conference are dominant. Since
Michigan's and other team's records
are similar, close losses have paid off
and helped Michigan earn its bid.
Senior Rvan Gaylord and sopho-
more Mike Livanos look to lead the
team this weekend, along with fresh-
man fly half Andrew Marcus.
- Dave Roth
*The top collegiate finisher was
Brown University, 15:08.19
Championship Fours
Sixteenth place overall**
18:14.56
**The top collegiate finisher was
Wisconsin, 17:14.96

M' SCHEDULE
MondayOctober 25
Women's Golf at Stetson Hatter Fall Classic,
all day
Tuesday October 26
No events scheduled
Wednesday October 27
No events scheduled
Thursday October 28
No events scheduled
Friday October 29
Mens Golf at Stanford Invitational, All Day
Field Hockey vs. Penn State, 3 p.m.
Soccer vs. Alabama (Lexington, KY), 5 p.m.
Men's Swimming vs. Eastern Michigan,
Michigan State and Oakland, 6 p.m.
Volleyball at Iowa, 8 p.m.
Saturday October 9
Football at Indiana, 3:30 pm.
Ice Hockey vs. Yale, 7:05 p.m.
Women's Cross Country at Big Ten
Championships, in State College, 10:45 a m.
Men's Cross Country at Big Ten
Championships, in State College, 11:30 a.m.
Volleyball at Minnesota, 5 p m.
Sunday October 10
Soccer at Kentucky (Lexington, KY), 3 p.m.
Men's Golf at Stanford Invitational, All Day
Field Hockey vs. Ohio State, noon
ROWING RESULTS
Michigan rowing team at the Head of the
Charles. Cambridge. Mass.
Top 10 finishers of 30 teams, women's eight event:
1. Rowing Canada,.Ontario 16:31.41
2. U.S. Rowing, New Jersey 16:32.56
3. Danish Rowing Federation 16:36.14
4. Southern Cal. 17:0656
5. Virginia 17:16.23
6. Michigan 17:16.83
7. Brown 17:17.93
3. Princeton 17:30.51
9. Wisconsin 17:38.75
10. Boston University 17:40.28
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
EAST
Akron 35, Navy 29
Army 35, New Mexico St. 18
Brown 44. Penn 37
Dartmouth 20, Cornell 17
Fairfield 24, St. John's, NY 16
Harvard 13, Princeton 6
Lafayette 22, Bucknell 21
Lehigh 62, Holy Cross 8
Marshall 59, Buffalo 3
Massachusetts 26, Delaware 19
Miami 31, Boston College 28
Pittsburgh 38, Rutgers 15
Rhode Island 23, Maine 14
Slippery Rock 27, Shippensburg 21
Villanova 45, Northeastern 16
West Virginia 20, Temple 17
Yale 41, Columbia 29
SOUTH
Davidson 24, Randolph-Macon 16
E. Kentucky 54, Tenn Martin 7
Florida A&M 41, Hampton 6
Furman 48. ETSU 21
Georgia 49, Kentucky 34
Georgia Southern 34. The Citadel 17
Grarbling St. 24. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 19
Janes Madison 48. Connecticut 14
Liberty 34. Charleston Southern 14
Louisville 39. Houston 33
MVSU 18. Texas Southern 13
Maryland 45, North Carolina 7
North Carolina A&T 51, Howard 0
NC. State 31, Duke 24, OT
Southern Miss. 28, Cincinnati 20
Tennessee 15, Alabama 7
Vrginia-Wise 17, Jacksonville 12
Wake Forest 47, Alabama-Birmingham 3
William & Mary 35. Virginia Military 14
SOUTHWEST
Arkansas St. 14: North Texas 10
Hawaii 35, Tulsa 21
Kansas S. 4t4, Oklahoma St. 21
Oklahoma 51, Texas A&M 6
Prairie View 21, Panhandle
Rice 42, TCU 21
Stephen F.Austin 38, Nicholls St. 7
Texas 24, Nebraska 20
Texas Tech 35, Baylor 7
MIDWEST
Colorado 16, Iowa St. 12
Drake 53, Butler 6
Eastern Michigan 20, Toledo 13
Illinois 35, Michigan 29
Illinois St. 55, S. Illinois 48
Indiana 38, Iowa 31
Kansas 21, Missouri 0

Ohio 17, Bowling Green 14
Ohio St. 20, Minnesota 17
SE Missouri 28, SW Missouri St, 23
Tennessee Tech 14, E. Illinois 7
Valparaiso 14, San Diego 7
Western Michigan 28, Ball State 0
Wisconsin 40, Michigan State 10
FAR WEST
Cal State-Northridge 24, Montana State 21
Portland State 31, Weber St. 14

Team
1. Florida State (55)
2. Penn State (10)
3. Virginia Tech (5)
4. Tennessee
5. Florida
6. Kansas State
7. Georgia Tech
8. (tie) Mississippi S
8. (tie) Nebraska
10. Georgia
11. Wisconsin
12. Texas
13. Marshall
14. Alabama
15. Michigan
16. Brigham Young
17. East Carolina
18. Purdue
19. Michigan State
20. So. Mississippi
21. Ohio State
22. Texas A&M
23. Miami (Fla.)
24. Oklahoma
25. Mississippi
COACHES'

Record
?8-0
8-0
6-0
5-1
6-1
7-0
5-1
t. 7-0
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-2
7-0
5-2
5-2
6-1
6-1
5-3
6-2
5-2
5-3
5-2
3-3
4-2
5-2

Pts
1,733
1,684
1,603
1,515
1,456
1,412
1,329
1,180
1,180
1,072
1,010
992
921
805
649
634
545
511
446
434
388
264
244
174
171

AP POLL
Associated Press Top 25, Oct. 24
(first place votes in parentheses)

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Who: Lauren Clster
Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
High School: Mt. Lebanon

Sport: Soccer
Year: Senor

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Why: in yesterday's 6-0 route over Butler, Clister recorded a shutout
in her first career start on Senior Day. Clster is the Wolvernes emo-
tional leader but does not receive much playing time because of
starting goalkeeper Carissa Stewart. Clister gave up no goals in tne
time she saw.
Background: Academic All Big Ten, 1997-98 ... Michigan Athletic
Academic Achievement, 1996-99 ... Dean's List, 1996-99 ..
Student, Division of Kinesiology

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Defending their crown

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

POLL

USA Today/ESPN Coaches' Top 25, Oct. 24
(first place votes in parentheses)

Team
1. Florida State (41)
2. Penn State (16)
3. Virginia Tech
4. Tennessee
5. Florida
6. Kansas State
7. Georgia Tech
8. Mississippi State
9. Nebraska
10. Georgia
11. Wisconsin
12. Texas
13. Marshall
14. Michigan
15. Brigham Young
16. Alabama
17. East Carolina
18. Texas A&M
19. So. Mississippi
20. Michigan State
21. Ohio State
22. Purdue
23. Miami (Fla.)
24. Syracuse
25. Stanford

Rec.
8-0
8-0
6-0
5-1
6-1
7-0
51
7-0
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-2
7-0
5-2
6-1
5-2
6-1
5-2
5-2
6-2
5-3
5-3
3-3
5-2
5-2

Pts.
1,456
1,427
1,355
1,261
1,232
1.199
1,114
1,022
1,021
941
862
786
729
630
613
539
508
448
351
332
323
245
191
147
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NFL RESULTS

Yesterday's scores
Detroit 24, Carolina 9

Indianapolis 31, Cincinnati 10
Minnesota 40. San Francisco 16
NY Giants 31, New Orleans 3
Tampa Bay 6, Chicago 3
Dallas 38, Washington 20
Miami 16, Philadelphia 13
New England 24, Denver 23
St. Louis 34, Cleveland 3
Green Bay 31. San Diego 3
Seattle 26. Buffalo 16
Oakland 24, NY Jets 23
SPORTS BRIEFS
State cheerleader,
coed, tackles
Wisconsin mascot
MADISON (AP) -- Becky Badger
took one for the team Saturday.
The costumed Wisconsin mascot was
tackled by a Michigan State cheerleader
as the 17th-ranked Badgers defeated No.
1 Michigan State, 40-10.
Bucky Badger was waving a
Michigan State flag, which bears a white
S' in a field of green. That apparently
triggered some territorial anger by the
member of the Spartans cheering squad.
"He came at Bucky really hard and
tackled him," said Jaf Frazer. a senior
who witnessed what happened from the
student section.
The tackle occurred during the usual
horseplay between the two parties,
University of Wisconsin police Sgt.
Kenneth Kerl said.
"During this rivalry stuff, it got some-
what out of hand," Kerl said.
The Spartan cheerleader was led away
from the sidelines by stadium security,

JOANNA PAINE/Dadly
Temperatures were in the 40s as Jesse Coleman and the Michigan men's
gymnastics team displayed their skills on the Diag last Friday. The defend-
ing national champions host a scrimmage Dec. 3.
Yankees rempaain;
lead World Series, 2-0

ATLANTA (AP) -- First, they hon-
ored Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig1, Joe
DiMaggio and the team of the centu-
rv. Then. David Cone, Bernie
Williams and Derek Jeter drove home
why the New York Yankees arc the
franchise of the century.
The Yankees stormed halfway to a
record 25th World Series title, hum-
bling the clumsy Atlanta Braves 7-2
last night for a 2-0 series lead.
A night after they waited for an
eighth-inning rally to win 4-1, the
defending champions wasted no time
pounding Kevin Millwood in their
10th-straight World Series victory.
Cone exactly duplicated the one-
hit, seven-inning pitching of Orlando
Hernandez in the opener, and Atlanta
finished with five hits, three in the
ninth inning.
The sellout crowd of 51,226 was
still buzzing at the sight of Pete Rose,
Ted Williams and Hank Aaron on the
field together -- along with Yogi
Berra in a Yankees hat and Roger
Clemens in a blue pinstriped suit -
when New York went to work.

Chuck Knoblauch, Jeter and Paul
O'Neill started the game with singles,
and Tino Martinez and Scott Brosius
delivered RBI singles with two out
Ricky Ledee's double chae
Millwood in the third, and it was 7-0
by the fifth.
Now, the Braves' best hope is a
repeat of the 1996 Series, when New
York lost the first two games at
Yankee Stadium to Atlanta before
taking the next four.
Still, here's a key statistic: Of the
45 teams to take a 2-0 edge in The
Series, 34 have gone on to win. And
another: The Yankees have won
incredible 16 of their last 17 postsea-
son games.
Game 3 will be Tuesday night in
New York with Tom Glavine,
scratched from his Game I start
because of the flu, pitching for the
Braves against Andy Pettite.
Braves manager Bobby Cox got no
major benefit from a major lineup
switch in which he benched NI-
Championship Series MVP Eddie
Perez, Bret Boone and Walt Weiss.

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