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2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 2, 2000

CLUBSPORTSWEEKLY
Edited by Jeff Philips
Women's soccer seeking national title

Finishing last year ranked second
in the nation and off to a perfect 5-0
start this year, the Michigan women's
soccer club has obvious goals in
mind. To no one's surprise, the team's
objective for this year is to get back to
nationals, held in Austin, Texas.
But this time the team is deter-
mined to do the one thing that avoid-
ed it last year - take the final step
and win the championship.
"We can definitely make it back to
nationals, but we have a lot of work to
do," club president Shelly Noland
said.
That work includes tough games
against Michigan State and Miami as
well as end-of-the-year tournaments
at Penn State, Indiana and Ohio State.
Without the funding received by
varsity teams, the commitment that
each player gives to the club goes
beyond play on the field. In order to
play, each girl must pay $400. This
money goes to hotels, tournament
fees, vans, uniforms, etc. On top of
that is the price of plane tickets to fly
to nationals, an estimated $250 more.
Practice is also four days a week for
two hours a day and a great deal of
Sailing club cruises
to regatta win
While many students spent their
Saturday morning and afternoon
watching the football game, the
Michigan sailing club had an inter-
section regatta to host.
The Cary Price Regatta is the only
regatta the club will host this semes-
ter and draws some of the best colle-
giate sailors in the midwest and has
teams coming from as far as Boston
Universiy.
The Wolverines won the two day
regatta which ran from Saturday to
Sunday. Wisconsin came in second,
14 points behind Michigan.
The point system in sailing awards
points according to the finish in the
race and the club with the least points
after all the races wins the regatta.
Michigan finished with 45 points for
the weekend.
"Many students don't think of
Michigan as being a power house in
sailing," club member Maggie Peters
said.
But they are one of the best clubs
in the nation. The Wolverines are
consistently in the top 25 nationally

extra time is spent traveling and
preparing for games.
"Everyone wants to be here, every-
one wants to play. No one is on a
scholarship, so it's not like anyone is
forced to be here," Noland said.
Second year head coaches Chris
Coleman and Michael Newman have
drastically changed this program and
have taken it to the next level. While
instilling in the players a strong work
ethic and concentrating on physical
fitness and constant conditioning, the
team has been able to outwork its
opponents.
Playing a 4-3-3 formation, the team
strategy is to play defense everywhere
on the field, which will eventually
lead to offense. The attitude and dis-
cipline taught and expected by the
coaches is an integral part of the
team's success.
In their most recent outing,
Michigan handled Kent State, 10-1 on
Saturday.
For more information about the
women's club soccer team, check out
their website at
http://www.umich.edu/-wsoccer.
- Brad Hoffman
Club Sports Notes
The women's ice hockey club will
be holding a two-day tryout at
Yost Ice Arena on Oct.:3 and 4.
The cost of the tryout is $30 and
beginsat 5:20 a.m. on Tuesday
and 6 a.m.,on Wednesday. Full
equipment is required.
For more information go to
http://www.umich.edu/-hockey
wm or e-mail Jodi Barris at
jodibarris@aol.com '
for coed sailing and are ranked in the
top 20 for women's sailing.
The women finished 14th at The
Women's Double-Handed Nationals
last spring, competing against the
best college women sailors in the
nation and will compete in The
Women's Single-Handed Nationals in
the fall.
Nine members from the club sailed
in the four day Port Huron to
Mackinac Race this summer.
- Seth Klempner

Wednesday, Oct. 4
M Soccer at Western Michigan, 3 p.m.
W Soccer vs. Oakland, 4 p.m.
Friday. Oct. 6
Field Hockey vs. Northwestern, 4 p.m.
W Cross Country at Notre Dame Invitational, 4:15 p.m. CDT
Volleyball vs. Indiana, 7 p.m.
Ice Hockey vs. Colgate (Icebreaker Tournament), 8:35 p.m.
W Tennis hosts Wolverine Fall Invitational
M Tennis at ITA All-American Championship Prequalifying (Stone
Mountain, GA)
Saturday, Oct. 7
M Cross Country at Murray Keatinge Invitational (Orono, Maine),
11 a.m.
Football at Purdue, 11 a.m. CDT
Field Hockey vs. Central Michigan 1 p.m.
Ice Hockey in Ice Breaker Tournament, 5:05 or 8:35 p.m.
Volleyball vs. Penn State, 7 p.m.
W Tennis hosts Wolverine Fall Classic
M Tennis at ITA All-American Championship Prequalifying (Stone
Mountain, GA)
W Soccer at ichigan State, 1 .m.
M Soccer at Indiana, 2 p.m. CDT
W Golf at Lady Northern (Minneapolis, Minn.)
W Tennis hosts Wolverine Fall Classic
M Tennis at ITA All-American Championship Prequalifying (Stone
Mountain, GA)

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Who: Stephanie Chavez Sport: Women s Soccer
Hometown: Shorewood, Wis. Year: Freshman
High School: Shorewood
why: Chavez scored the game winning goal against towa in double-
overtime - her second double OT goal of the'season. Chavez capped
off the weekend by notching two assists against Illinois. -'
Background: Three time all-state selection in high school, scored her
first goal in 7-0 drubbing of then No. 12 Missouri on Sept. 10. Chavez
M'sA'swinto stop
Idians'-playoff"hopes.MS4P6," I

Irom eoireo eports

As eotoT
Kurt Warner and the high-flying Rams handled the
winless Chargers, 5731, to remain undefeated.

Yesterday's Results
Indianapolis 18, BUFFALO 16
TENNESSEE 28, NY Giants 14
Baltimore 12, CLEVELAND 0
Minnesota 31, DETROIT 24
ST. LOUIS 57, San Diego 31
Dallas 16, CAROLINA 13
Pittsburgh 24, JACKSONVILLE 13
Miami 31, CINCINNATI 16
New England 28, DENVER 11
Chicago 27, GREEN BAY 24 ,
SAN FRANCISCO 27, Arizona 20
WASHINGTON 20, Tampa Bay 17
Atlanta at PHILADELPHIA, inc.
Bye Week: New Orleans, NY
Jets, Oakland.
Tonight's game
Seattle at KANSAS CITY,
9 p.m.
Sunday's games
New Orleans at Chicago,
1 p.m.
Tennessee at Cincinnati,
1 p.m.
Green Bay at Detroit, 1 p.m.
Buffalo at Miami, 1 p.m.
Indianapolis at New England,
1 p.m.
Pittsburgh at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
Washington at Philadelphia,
1 p.m.
N.Y. Giants at Atlanta,
4:05 p.m.
Cleveland at Arizona,
4:15 p.m.
Seattle at Carolina, 4:15 p.m.
Denver at San Diego,
4:15 p.m.
Oakland at San Francisco,
4:15 p.m.
Baltimbre at Jacksonville,
8:30 p.m.
Monday's game
Tampa Bay at MINNESOTA,
9 p.m.
Bye Week: Dallas, Kansas
City, St. Louis

The Seattle Mariners clinched the
AL wild card spot and closed out
Cleveland from the playoffs, getting
home runs from Alex Rodriguez and
David Bell to beat Anaheim 5-2 vester-
day.
Seattle set a team record for wins,
going 91-71 and finishing a half-game
behind AL West chatmpion Oakland.
The Athletics did not have to play a
makeup game Monday at Tampa .ay
because thes already held the tiebreak-
er over the Mariners, going 9-4 against
them.
The Oakland Athletics clinched the
AL West by beating Texas 3-0 Sunday
for their first playoff appearance since
1992. The A's started the day with a
half-game lead over Seattle in the AL
West.
The A's joined Atlanta as the only
teams to win II division titles.
Seattle, which led the West for most
of the second half, will make their first
playoff appearance sioce 1997, The
Mariners open the best-of-5 first round
at the Chicago White Sox on Tuesdav
while the Athletics start later the same
day 4it home. against the, New York
Yankees.
Cleveland beat Toronto 11-4 earlier
in the day, temporarily keeping its play-

off hopes alive. But Oakland's 3-0
and the victory by Seattle eliminatec
the Indians.
For Seattle, Bell hit a tiebreakini
solo homer in the seventh inning. Thi
Mariners saw on the Anaheim score
board before their game ended tha
Oakland had won the West title.
The Mariners got strong pitching
from starter Aaron Sele, reliever Arthu
Rhodes (5-8) and Kazuhiro Sasaki.
Sasaki got his 37th save, breao
the major league record for rookie se
by Todd Worrell for St. Louis in 1986
For Oakland, Hudson gave up fou
lits in eight scoreless innings ant
struck out 10. He became Oakland'
first 211-gaire witoner since Day<
Stewart and Bob Welch each did it it
1990.
Hudson has won seven straigh
starts. His last loss was Aug. 23 a
Cleveland. m
There had been talk that man)
Art Howe would hold Hudson (20-6) i
Cleveland lost, but the manager decid
ed Saturday night he would start hi
ace no matter what.
"During the postseason, you want t<
have home-field advantage as much a
possible. That's why I wanted Hudso
to pitch," Howe said yesterday. "I want
ed him to win here in front of thi
hometown fans, to get his 20th.'

MAJOR 1,1:.A(;t If" BASLBAl L

AMERICAN LEAGUE
NY Yankees 87 74 .50 -
Toronto 8 g9.51 .
Tampaoy 6 2491
Central WC P t GB
xi naonoeSox 5 san -
-raoseesit as on sa 2.
tureeln, 90 05 .5n56a5
Minnesotay 69 9 42 26
West
W L Pct GB
tlakland 9 7
cen63 .5
Aieheimna gsog0a.556 95
Yerxasi 71so .4820. 5
WILD CARD RACE
Seat te 70 5 t .5
Clnaveand a n7 585 9
Toronto 1 79 .5 28
z-Wild Card iRACE
x mrcnL ag chm n .
Yesterday's Resuts
American nague
CeoEAN 1. no o4
DETROIT 12. Minnesota 00
TAMPA B0600, aoston 2
BALTIMO 7. Nnankees 3
Kansas Cite6,CHICAGOs WHITE Sma
seattle s, CA 2HIM 2
OAKLAND3,.Texas a

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cast
y - Atlanta g5 67 .58GB-
F.5N Mets 9 8 .50 0
nod 05 5a 9 .4s 5.5
Montrel 67 50.eta 26
Philadeiphia 6057.401300
Central
ySt. Los 9567.586 G
Meakee 73 53
Housion g7 422.5
Ptitssorg,, vt .e
Cicago iCubs 0 o3
West
x - SaneFrancisco 97 65.099 -
Cosn ngnes 86 76 .030101
Colotnun 8? 8n nests
San stego 7 19. 469s21
WILD CARD RACE
W Pot SB
sY Mems d98 8.580
Cos Angeles 6 0.532 a
Arizona 85 7.-2 5
Cincinnati 8577. 25 5
xs ational eague Champnion
SWid Cardner
Natnaliaawue
Colorado 10. ATLAsNA5
NY MEno a, Monreal2
ST. L0OUS6. Cinirrnati 2
Cicaeo Cuss 100 ,PITSBURGH 9
SAN 0E50 a. ens Angeles0
AnRIDA 7, Philadephia 5
sAN FRANcISCO11 A rizona 4
Milwaukee at HOUST0N, too.

AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
W L T
N.Y. Jets 4 0 0
Miami 4 1 0
Indianapolis 3 1 0
Buffalo 2 2 0
New England 1 4 0
Central
Baltimore 4 1 0
Tennessee 3 1 0
Cleveland 2 3 0
Jacksonville 2 3 0
Pittsburgh 1 3 0
Cincinnati 0 4 0
West
W L T
Oakland 3 1 0
Kansas City 2 2 0
Seattle .2 2 0
Denver 2 3 0
San Diego 0 5 0
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East
W L T
Washington 3 2 0
N.Y. Giants 3 2 0
Philadelphia 2 2 0
Dallas 2 3 0
Arizona 1 3 0
Central
W L T
Minnesota 4 0 0
Tampa Bay 3 2 0
Detroit 3 2 0
Green Bay 2 3 0
Chicago 1 4 0
West
W L T
St. Louis 5 0 0
Atlanta 2 2 0
San Francisco 2 3 0
Carolina 1 3 0
New Orleans 1 3 0

Pct PF PA
1.000 88 66
.800 90 38
.750 119 82
.500 73 76
.200 79 83
Pet PF PA
.80 110 55
.750 81 64
.400 64 102
.400 103 113
.250 64 75
.000 23 105
Pct PF PA
.750 107 80
.500 93 76
.500 74 82
.400 144 130
.000 86 156
Pct PF PA
.600 87 82
.600 88 85
.500 83 60
.400 112 148
.250 71 108
Pct PF PA
1.000 95 71
.600 127 67
.600 84 96
.400 93 80
.200 75 130
Pct PF PA
1.000 217 145
500 85 121
.400 142 159
.250 78 73
.250 55 82

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Phillies fire Francona
after finishing last
MIAMI (AP) - Philadelphia
Phillies manager Terry Francona was
fired yesterday after a season in
which his team finished last in its
division and with the second-worst
record in the National League.
The team scheduled a news con-
ference before its season finale
against the Florida Marlins.
General manager Ed Wade
informed Francona of the decision
yesterday. Francona was to manage
the closing game.
"This has been a tremendously dif-
ficult tine for all of us," Wade said.
"Those difficulties are compounded
when you have to let good baseball
people and good friends go.'
Francona managed the team to a
losing record in each of his four sea-
sons in Philadelphia. He had a 285-
362 record enterg vesterday ;s
gaime.
Also dismissed were four coaches:
hitting coach Hal McRae, first base
coach Frad Mills, pitching coach
Galen Cisco and bench coach Chuck
Cotnier.
Franeona improved the club from
68 to 75 to 77 victories in his first
three seasons, but will finish with his
worst record this year.
The Phillies entered yesterday's
game at 65-96. -

Rutgers guard
declared ineligible
PISCATAWAY, N.J (AP) -
Rutgers' football team might have tc
forfeit its two wios this year after i
internal review discovered the sel
misapplied an NCAA rule in deter
mining the eligibility of starting righ
guard Travis Mills.
Mills was declared ineligible fo
Saturday night's game against No. I(
Miami just hours before'the kickof
at Rutgers Stadium.
A transfer' from Garden City
Community College in Kansas, Mill
had started all four games this .
son, including wins over Villana
and Buffalo.
Athletic director Robert Mulcahr
didn't know whether the mistake
would lead to forfeits, but he said i
was a possibility.
"It's a long way off," Mulcahy said
The possibility of forfeits alsc
comes in a year in which coach Terr
Shea has been told he has to have a
winning season or else he won't havi
a job here next year.
Joseph Quinlan, a senior assoc*
director of athletics, said the schoo
erred in calculating transfer credit:
and that put it in conflict with thu
NCAA rule regarding satisfactory
progress toward graduation. -
Mulcahy said Mills was not a
fault.

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