12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 20, 2000
Four-goal Fronzoni sparks Blue
By David Roth
Daily Sports Writer
Why are Happy Days so prevalent at
Freshman April Fronzoni had to stop,
drop and roll after catching fire yesterday,
scoring four goals to help the No. 4
Michigan field hockey team char Miami of
Fronzoni wasn't the only star - sopho-
more Jessica Rose blazed the first hat trick
of her 12-vear field hockey career.
Fronzont rocketed out of the gate and
took a Kelli Gannon pass with 29:52 left in
the first half and scored to put Michigan up
A blink later, she smoked a shot from the
left side on the are to net her second goal of
Fronzoni played relentlessly and main-
-ained her intensity despite the lopsided
"If we're up six or seven, I don't want to
let down and start playing the other team's
game," Fronzoni said. "I keep playing my
game the whole time. As soon as the whis-
tle blows after 70 minutes - then I'm
Fronzoni was surprised that the collegiate
level would be where she would produce
"I don't think I had too many four-goal
games in high school. Maybe one or two,"
she said. "This is new and exciting."
Michigan displayed its superior talent in
every facet - quicker and more explosive
penalty corners, crisper passing, sharper
stick skills and greater hustle.
Fronzoni epitomized this type of play.
"April having four goals was not the rea-
son she played well - it's because she
worked incredibly hard," Michigan coach
Marcia Pankratz said.
Miami's speed was subordinate to
Michigan's and led to its downfall. The
Wolverines got to play almost everyone,
keeping an already-fast rotation fresh.
"It's nice to be able to utilize our speed
and to exploit it," Pankratz said. "When you
get matches where you can really do that,
it's a good confidence builder.:
Penalty corner plays directly resulted in
four Michigan goals, where each score
came within seven seconds of the team's set
The corners were where Rose flourished,
redirecting misdirected balls toward the
"I was doing my job on the corners,'
Rose said "If the ball pops out toward me,
I put it in."
Rose said that good corner play is
Michigan's focus when the Wolverines' Bign
len season opens up this Friday against
"It's going to be tougher competition and
closer games," Rose said. "Corners can
make or break the game, so it was really
nice to see that we were on today'
With yesterday's win, Michigan conclud-
ed its five-game homestand against
unranked teams where the Wolverines
outscored their opponents 31-5.
Michigan's April Fronz
coach Marcia Pankrat
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been on," Carras said. "The greens PENN S srE: The catastrophe contin-
were small and extremelv fast" ues in Happy Valley. Joe Paterno now has
Making things inore difficult for to win out to break Bear Bryant's all-time
Michigan, four of the 13 teams were victory record.
ranked in the top 25 nationally. But more important than records, the
"Our goal was to finish in the Penn State offense is in such serious
upper half of the field," Carras said. jeopardy, Alex Trebek may start calling
"And we were only three shots out of soon. Blown out by Southern Cal, upset
sixth place." by Toledo, and shut out by Pittsburgh,
most of the Nittany Lions' shortcomings
have come up not on the young defensive
side, but on the offense.
Patemno even adiited yester day that
'some of his defensive players have lost
confidence in the offense to produce.
oni was solid yesterday with four goals, but
z was more impressed with her overall game.
"I think there's a little ofithat," Patemo
said. "But I think it's just human nature
that there is bound to be some frustra-
IomvA: Let's see, an II -game losing
streak is oii the line and who comes up
next on the Hawkeves' schedule -No. I
"They're number one right? .No big
surprise here,' coach Kirk Ferentz said.
"I don't think they've missed a beat"
Iowa fans came out in hordes for the
Iowa-Iowa State matchup at Kinnick
Stadium. This week, they can probably
think ahead to wrestling season.
So far this season lowa has allowed
422 yards per game, leaving one to won-
der how much blood Eric Crouch smells.
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Injuries claim UCLA*
players Coleman, Stanley
LOS ANGELES (AP) --UCLA's
Kenyon Coleman, one of the top defen-
sive linemen in the country, had surgery
yesterday to repair torn cartilage in his
left knee - --an injury that occutred in
UCLA's 23-20 victory over Michigan
this past Saturday. He is expected to be
sidelined for three weeks.
"He played pretty much the wi
game with torn cartilage," Bruins coach
Bob Toledo said Monday. "We lost
probably our best player, maybe for the
season. We'll know more tomorrow."
In addition, the Bruins will be with-
out fullback Matt Stanley for a mini-
mum of four weeks. Stanley dislocated
his right shoulder early in tle Michigan
Minnesota tutor arraign
on academic fraud char
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The for-
mer tutor who blew the whistle on the
academic fraud in the Minnesota bas-
ketball program will be arraigned next
Monday on one count of felony fraud.
Jan Gangelhoff, who admits she
wrote more than 400 pieces of course
work for as many as 20 players, will
appear before U.S. District Judge e
Magnuson and may enter a plea.
Local news organizations, quoting
unidentified sources, have reported
that Gangelhoff has agreed to plead
guilty and receive no prison time in
exchange for testimony against former
coach Clem Haskins and Alonzo
Newby, former academic counselor.
Gangelhoff was charged with fraud
on Friday for doing course work for a
student-athlete in 1995 so that he
could become eligible to play bas-
ball. The athlete, said to be former
Gophers star Bobby Jackson, received
a Pell graiit, a form of federal aid
based on need.
The grant was obtained illegally
because Gangelhoff did work that
allowed Jackson to qualify for the
money, the federal charge alleged.
Jackson is expected to testify as
soon as today before a federal gird
jury. His attorney has said Jakso s
not the target of the investigation and
will not be prosecuted.
Indiana's Davis hires two
new assistant coaches for
BLOOMINGTON (AP) -- Dan
Panaggio, a three-time coach of the
year in the CBA, and Julius Smith -
hired as assistants Tuesday by Mike
Davis, Indiana's new interim basketball
Panaggio compiled a 313-191 record
in nine seasons with the Quad City
Thunder, the most victories of any
active CBA coach.
Smith was an assistant at
Southeastern Louisiana last season and
before that, lie was at Tulane in it
capacity for eight years. 1V
Davis was promoted from assistant
to interim head coach last week after
Bob Knight was fired.
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