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September 18, 2000 - SportsMonday - The Michigan Daily -- 9B

*Lions fall
several
Bucs short
__PONTIAC, Mich. (AP~) [ he
ampa Bay Buccaneers beat up an
NFC Central rival for the second
straig.ht 'week.
The Buccaneers did exactly what
they Wanted to do in their 31-10 victo-
ry over the Detroit Lions yesterday. Just
as they "did in their 41-0 win over
Chic~igoat home last week.
Tampa Bay, undefeated after three
games forjlust the second time since
1979, rushed for 121 yards and limited
he Lions 12-1 ) to 17 yards on the
roun~d.
Shaun King completed 18 of 30
passes for 211 yards and a touchdown,
and also rushed for a touchdown. Mike
Alstont 'an for 68 yards and a touch-
down' on'21 carries. Keyshawn Johnson
caught eight passes for 84 \'ards.
Detroit's Charlie Batch, in his second
game of the season, completed 26 of 36
passes' for 277 yards with one touch-
own 'and two inter-ceptions James
, tewart gained just 13 yards on eight
carries. Germane Crowell had six
receptions for 93 yards.
Desmond Howard's returns and the
Lions' stingy defense weren't enough
this week, as they were in the first two
weeks.
Special-teams plays led to the tfirst
two stores of the game.
Detroit's -Jason Hanson kicked a 38-
yard field goal on the first possession
*f the game. Desmond Howard set up
the store by returning a kickoff 63
yards'to Tampa Bay's 38.
King gave Tampa Bay a 7-3 lead on
a 6-yard draw. Four plays earlier, Karl
Williams returned a punt 42 yards to
Detroit's 18.
The Bucs built a 14-3 lead on their
next -drive. Alstott scored on a four-
yard-run -after running over safety Kurt
Schul z at the 3.
41Randall McDaniel, an offensive
guard-who was playing fullback,
caught< a two-yard pass from King to
'givethecBuccaneers a 21-3 lead with
2:16 1eft in the half. It marked the first
touchdown in his 1 3-year career.
The" Lions' offense produced a
touchdown for the first time this season
as time.'expired in the first half Batch
heaveda 50-yard pass to Germane
Crowell, who leaped to catch the ball in
*Oont of Brian Kelly at the goal line.

Blue takes two i*n Hoosier state

1rom staff and wire reports
After opening the season with three
overwhelming losses and one mercur-
ial win over Missouri, the Michigan
women's soccer team (2-0 Big Te n, 3-3
overall) kicked off the Big TFen season
with two more wins over Purdue and
Indiana.
Friday, freshman Stephanie Chavez
stung Purdue (1-1, 8-2) with an over-
time goal, assisted by Abby Crumpton,
to beat the Boilermakers 2-1 in double
overtime. Senior Carissa Stewart, pia-
tooning with freshman Suzie Grech
this season, stopped eight shots, help-
ing to preserve Michigan's chances
heading into the second overtime.
Stewai-t's goalkeeping won her the sta-
tus of being first place on the Michigan
career saves list with 229 saves.
Michigan's foray into West Lafayette
was a tight battle throughout. The
WVolverines took the 1-0 lead on Vicky

Whitley's goal going into halftime.
They outshot the Boilermakers 8-5
in the process. After Purdue freshman
Annette Kent netted the equalizer in
the 62nd minute, the two teams wres-
tled without scoring for another 55
minutes.
The lack of scoring was not caused
by a lack of offense. In the first over-
time, the Boilermakers heavily pres-
sured Michigan, outshooting them 6-3,
but Stewart manag.ed to hold the fort
until her teammates could swing the
momentum.
Finally, Michigan point-leader Abby
Crumpton fed Chavez in front of the
goal in the 117th minute. The game-
winning goal was Chavez's second of
the year. At the game's end, Purdue
goalkeeper Elizabeth Boldt had 13
saves, but she could not keep the versa-
tile Michigan offense out of the net in
overtime.
After winning the hard-fought game

against Purdue, Michigan traveled to
Bloomington to face No. 22 Indiana
yestecrd ay. The Wolverines assaulted
Indiana early, rifling~ seven shots n
goal and six corner kicks in the first
half. Freshman Amber Wilson scored
her third goal of the season 19 minutes
into the game. (Grech took early advan-
tage of her turn in the goalie rotation.
turning away three of Indiana's eight
shots in the first half.
Michigan held onto a 1-0 lead until
Michigan's other leading scorer, Abby
Crumpton, finished off the Hoosiers
with an insurance goal at the 79 minute
mark.
After being outscored 10-1 in their
first three games, Michigan has
outscored their opposition I1I-I in their
last three victories. The reversal of for-
tunes has not been to a lack of quality
competition. Their victims, Missouri,
Purdue and Indiana, are a combined
18-6 on the season.

AP PHOTO
Germaine Crowell (front) and Herman Moore (back) celebrate Detroit's last-second
touchdown to end the first half. It was the Lions' only touchdown of the game.

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