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Blue deals trash-talking
Wisconsin another blow

PETER CORNUE/Daily
E: David Terrell shows star cornerback Jamar Fletcher (2) his skills by out jumping him, another Badger and teammate Ronald Bellamy
e teams only touchdown. RIGHT: Victor Hobson and the Michigan defense proved dominant, only allowing the Badgers 10 points.
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Head to head

Exhibition
yields icers
38 penalties
By Joe Smith
Daily Sports Writer
Referee Tony Molina is probably out of
breath after Saturday night's exhibition game at
Yost Ice Arena.
What was thought of as a friendly exhibition
game for the Michi-
MICHIAN 4 gan hockey team
got ugly real quickly
WILFREI)LAURIER 1 as whistles blew
early and often in
the Wolverines 4-1 victory over Wilfred Laurier.
A total of 38 penalties were served for over 90
minutes in the box, which made for a heavily
interrupted tune-up for this weekend's Ice
Breaker Tournament that will include defending
national champion North Dakota, and NCAA
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Fourth-ranked stickers
rip opponents in Iowa

By Benjamin Singer
Daily Sports Writer

KIMITSU YOGACHI/Daily
Senior Josh Langfeld got on the scoring track
with a backhand goal Saturday.

Recently just to score against the
Michigan field hockey team has been a
moral victory for opponents.
The fourth-ranked Wolverines (3-0
Big Ten, 12-1 overall) blanked Iowa, 4-
0, Friday and then finished off noncon-
ference foes Southwest Missouri, 4-1,
the next day. Both games took place at
Grant Field, the Hawkeyes home field.
Michigan has only given up two
goals in its past five games. Even more
impressive for the defense is it hasn't
allowed more than five shots on goal
per game in its past seven competitions.
"It's a testament to the overall
defense of the team from the forwards
down to the defense," Michigan coach

"There are a bunch of us that play
forward," senior co-captain Regan
Wulfsberg said. "On any given day, one
of us can step it up."
The deep roster means that someone
will be open for goals.
"If people start to key in on one par-
ticular person, someone else will pick
up the load," Pankratz said. "That's
great for us because we're very versatile
and balanced."
Wulfsberg had two goals against
Southwest Missouri. But this time the
other co-captain Kelli Gannon started
the offense for Michigan with a penalty
shot at 12:57. She added two assists to
raise her all-time point tally to 112, sec-
ond on Michigan's all-time list.
Junior goalie Maureen Tasch faced
only four shots, but still got a little help
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we feel we can't beat them by enough. We'd like
to go out there and beat them by 10, but we got
some good shots on their goalie and I think we
got some valuable experience tonight."
It could have been much worse than a 10-goal
cushion for the Wolverines, as they dominated
Wilfred Laurier in all facets of the game - pep-

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