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2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 30, 2000

CLUBSPORTSWEEKLY
Edited by Jeff Phillips
Women's hockey sweeps pair from Lakers

I

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Playing for pride, respect and a
handful of fans, the Michigan
women's hockey club extended its
unbeaten streak this weekend, winning
a pair of games against Lake Superior
State, 4- I on Friday and 5-2 on
Saturday.
The newest members of the team
dominated scoring in Saturday's victo-
ry, which the Lakers forfeited once
thev fell behind 5-2.
The team's lone freshman, Jackie
Neal and Julia Reed, made their mark,
combining to score three of
Michigan's five goals.
Michigan's goalie tandem, consist-
ing of senior Dana Aronson and junior
Christine Granger, has allowed a mere
two goals in the team's first four
games of the season, including back-
to-back shutout victories against
Buffalo.
While it considers every game

important, the team has one ultimate
goal in mind: repeating last year's
CCWHA league championship.
"It's our number one goal," forward
Jodi Berris said. "We really want to
win again."
Team captain Tory Deleeuw
believes that Michigan has a decent
chance of retaining its conference title.
"We have a strong team this year,"
she said.
In its next game, the women's hock-
ey club battles Bowling Green on
Friday at 10 p.m.
All home games are played at Yost
Arena, and admission is free of
charge.
For more information about the
women's hockey club, visit their web-
site at http://wwi'i:unich.edu/-hockey'-
wm/n or e-mail Jodi Berris at jodiber-
ris@aol.com.
- Alison Lobert
Club scoreboard
Women'sSice hockey
Fri.: MICHIGAN 4, Lake Superior 1
Sat.: MICHIGAN 5, Lake Superior 2
Women's lacrosse - Fall Brawl
MICHIGAN 10, Michigan State 5

Thursday. Nov. 2
Women's soccer vs. Iowa at Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals (Champaign), 3
p.m.
Women's tennis hosts ITA Midwest Regional Championship, all day
Friday. Nov. 3
Field hockey hosts Big Ten Tournament, all day (Ocker Field)
Men's swimming at Georgia, 5 p.m.
Women's swimming at North Carolina Invitational, 6 p.m.
Volleyball vs. Purdue, 7 p.m. (Cliff Keen Arena)
Women's soccer at Big Ten Tournament semifinals, 8:30 p.m.
Men's tennis at Las Vegas Shootout, all day
Women's tennis hosts ITA Midwest Regional Championship, all day
Saturday. Nov. 4
Women's swimming at North Carolina Invitational, 11 a.m.
Field hockey hosts Big Ten Tournament semifinals, 11:30 a.m.
Men's soccer vs. Ohio State, 1 p.m. (Elbel Field)
Football at Northwestern, 3:30 p.m.
Volleyball vs. Illinois, 7 p.m. (Cliff Keen Arena)
Hockey vs. Michigan State, 7:05 p.m. (Yost Ice Arena)
Men's swimming at Florida, 7:30 p.m.
Men's tennis at Las Vegas Shootout, all day
Women's tennis hosts ITA Midwest Regional Championship, all day
Wrestling at Eastern Michigan Open, all day

Who: Mike Komisarek
Hometown: Islip Terrace, N.Y.
High School: Ann Arbor Pioneer

Sport: Hockey
Year: Freshman

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Why: Komisarek notched the first two goals of his young career in the
Wolverines' weekend sweep of Miami. His first goal - in the third period
on Friday - broke a 1-1 tie and propelled Michigan to a 3-2 win.
Background: A product of the U.S. National Under-18 team,
Komisarek has started all eight games in his freshman campaign.

Kon

Purdue takes giant
step toward Pasadena

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CCHA OVERALL
Team W L T Pts GP GF GA W L T

Michigan
Western Michigan
Michigan State
Nebraska-Omaha
Northern Michigan
Bowling Green
Ohio State
Alaska-Fairbanks
Ferris State
Lake Superior
Miami

4
3
3
3
2
0
0
0
0

0
0
2
1
2
2
2

0
1
0
0
2
0
0

8
7
6
6
5
3
2
2
0
0

4
4
4
4
4
4
2
4
4
2
2

19
27
13
17
13
9
7
12
11
5
4

14
6
12
11
13
8
17
19
15
9

6
4
4
4
4
3
0
0
3

0
1
2
4
2
4
4
4
4

This weekend
All games are
Fridayand Saturday
and start at 7:05
p.m. unless other-
wise indicated.
Alaska-Fairbanks
at Ohio State
Bowling Green at
Northern Michigan
Colgate at
Ferris State
Nebraska-Omaha
at Lake Superior
Notre Dame at
Miami (7:35 p.m.)
Dartmouth at
Western Michigan
Michigan State at
Michigan (Sat.)

Newspaper sues Indiana
to release Knight records
BLOOMINGTON (AP) - A
newspaper is suing Indiana
University to force the school to
release its records related to the firing
of coach Bob Knight.
In its lawsuit filed Thursday in
Marion Superior Court, The
Indianapolis Star says the publicly
funded university deserves to fully
inform taxpayers about the events
leading to the dismissal of the basket-
ball coach.
"The Bob Knight investigation was
conducted by officers of a public
institution, supported by taxpayer
dollars and is a matter of huge public
interest," Star editor Tim Franklin
said.
Ex-girlfriend: Carruth wit-
nessed shooting of Adams
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - A
woman who once dated former
Carolina Panthers player Rae Carruth
says he told her he witnessed the fatal
shooting of his pregnant girlfriend and
was mad at her for not getting an abor-
tion, according to media reports.
According to The Charlotte
Observer and CNN/Sports Illustrated,
Candace Smith told police Carruth
admitted he was upset with Cherica
Adams and was at the scene of the
November 1999 shooting.
"He just said he didn't like her, and
he just wished she would die," Smith

reportedly told police, according to the
Observer.
The newspaper reported that it had
obtained a copy of the 32-page tran-
script of Smith's June interview with
police. CNN/SI did not divulge the
source on which it based its report.
Carruth and three other men have
been charged with plotting Adams'
murder.
Prosecutors are seeking the death
penalty against Carruth, whose murder
trial enters its second week of jury
selection Monday.
Smith is expected to testify at
Carruth's trial.
Carruth has maintained his inno-
cence.
According to the reports, Smith
joined Carruth at Carolinas Medical
Center just after the drive-by shooting
as doctors struggled to keep Adams
and her baby alive.
Subway Series receives low-
est TV ratings in history
NEW YORK (AP) - This
Subway Series drew only token
viewership.
Fox Sports' telecasts of the New
York Yankees' five-game victory
over the Mets produced the lowest-
rated World Series in history, draw-
ing big audiences in the Big Apple
but in few other major TV markets.
The games averaged a 12.4
national rating and a 21 share.
down 22.5 percent from last year.

WEST LAFAYETTE (AP) -- All
Drew Brees wanted was a second
chance.
"I stepped into the huddle and told the
guys this is the way it is supposed to be.
We will be successful," said Brees, who
teamed with a trio of receivers and car-
ried Purdue one step closer to the Rose
Bowl.
Brecs tied his career worst by throw-
ing four interceptions, but he passed for
455 yards and three fourth-quarter
touchdowns as the No. 16 Boilermakers
earned a 31-27 victory over No. 12 Ohio
State on Saturday.
With two more victories, Purdue
would be assured of its first trip to the
Rose Bowl in 34 years.
The Boilermakers (5-1 Big Ten, 7-2
overall) trailed 27-24 with just over two
minutes to go after Brees' fourth inter-
ception set up a 2-yard touchdown run
by Jerry Westbrooks.
But on the second play after the kick-
off, Brees passed 64 yards to Seth
Morales, who got behind the Ohio State
defense and went in for the winning
touchdown with 1:55 to go.
The Buckeyes (3-2, 6-2), who had not
lost to Purdue since 1988, fumbled a bad
snap on their next possession, and
Purdue ran out the clock as fans poured
onto the field to celebrate.
NoRnTixEsTERN 41, MINNEsOIA 35:
Northwestern not only practices the des-
peration pass that would beat Minnesota
on the final play Saturday. The Wildcats
complete most of them.
When Sam Simmons caught the 45-
yard pass that was batted to him by a
teammate, the Wildcats were less

amazed than anyone who watched rtl
pull it off.
"We hit that thing in practice mo
than anywhere I've ever been
Northwestern coach Randy Walker sai
"I'll bet you we hit it 80 percent of tI
time. I'll bet we've hit it five of the 1a
six weeks in practice."
No. 23 Northwestern (4-1, 6-2) scorc
20 points in the fourth quarter to rema
in Rose Bowl contention and barn
eligible for their first bowl game
1996. The Gophers (3-3, 5-4) lost se
ond-half lead for the second week in
row.
"You feel like your guts have ec
ripped out," Minnesota coach ;Ic
Mason said. "We got beat in the four
quarter. That's the bottom line"
WISCONSIN 13, 1owA 7: Micia
Bennett was held in check but st
scored the go-ahead touchdown
Wisconsin beat Iowa on Saturday.
Wisconsin (2-4, 5-4) beat Iowa (4
1-8) for the fourth straight time ait
handed the Hawkeyesi their 16th loss
the last 17 games.
Bennett, second in the nation in rus
ing with a 170-yard average, gained
yards on 29 carries, including a I-Ya
score midway through the second qua
ter that gave the Badgers all the pain
they needed.
M1 ImIGAN ST,-VE 14, LLINOIs
Dawan Moss ran for two touchdow
Michigan State beat Illinois on Saturd
for its first Big Ten victory of the scasc
Penalties and missed opportuniti
along with physical and mental mistak
by both teams made the game an ug
one to watch

Frida's Results
Moim3,Miami 2
Bowu, GREEN 4, Alaska Fatanks 2
CtBRAS$A-OtAKA 7. Feris State 4
WESTERN MEcwGAN 5, Lake Superior 2
Michigan State 3, NoTRE DAME 2
NorthemMichigan 7, Mi-DuwUTH 1

Saturday's Results
Michigan 6, Miami 2
Bovu GREEN 1 Alaska Fairbanks 1
NEBRASKA-OMAHA 7. Ferris State 3
WESTERN MICH. 10, Lake Superior 3
Northern Mich. 8. MIN.-DULUTH 3
MAINE 2, Ohio State 0

Ohio State 3, Mot 2 (OT)I

(first-place votes in parentheses)
TEAM PTS PVS
1. Oklahoma (69) 7-0 1,749 3
2. virginia Tech 8-0 1,633 2
3. Miami (Fla.) 6-1 1,602 4
4. Florida State (1) 8-1 1,539 6
5. Nebraska 7-1 1,425 1
6. Florida 7-1 1,395 8
7. Oregon 7-1 1,378 7
8. Washington 7-1 1,262 9
9. Texas Christian 7-0 1,150 11
io. Clemson 8-1 1.071 5
11. Purdue 7-2 1,017 16
12. Michigan 6-2 925 15
13. Southern Miss 6-1 897 14
14. Oregon State 7-1 893 18
15. Notre Dame 6-2 674 19
16. Ohio State 6-2 563 12
17. Georgia '6-2 544 13
18. Mississippi State 5-2 515 20
19. Kansas State 7-2 443 10
20. Texas 6-2 399 22
21. Northwestern 6-2 391 23
22. South Carolina 7-2 283 17
23. Auburn 7-2 274 25
24. Texas A&M 6-2 240 NR
25. Georgia Tech 6-2 178 NR
Dropped out: No. 22 North Carolina State,
No. 24 Arizona

Team
Purdue
Michigan
Northwestern
Ohio State
Penn State
Minnesota
Indiana
Wisconsin
Illinois
Michigan State
Iowa

Big Ten
5 1
4 1
4 1
3 2
3 2
2 3
2 3
2 4

Overall
7 2
6 2
6 2
6 2
4 5
5 4
3 5
5 4

1
1
1

4
4
4

4
4
1

4
4
8

THIS WEEKEND'S RESULTS
Wisconsin 13, IowA 7
Penn State 27, INDIANA 24
PURDUE 31, Ohio State 27
Northwestern 41, MINNESOTA 35
Michigan idle
SATURDAY'S GAMES
Michigan at Northwestern, 3:30 p.m.
Indiana at Illinois
Iowa at Penn State
Michigan State at Ohio State
Minnesota at Wisconsin
Purdue idle

STAFF PICKS
WEEK 8 SEEcLTIONS
ALL PICKS MADE AGAINST THE SPREAD.
HOME TEAMS IN CAPS.
MICHIGAN STATE (-2.5) vs. Illinois
MINNESOTA (-5) vs. Northwestern
Penn State (-1) vs. INDIANA
PURDUE (even) vs. Ohio State
Wisconsin (-16.5) vs. IOWA
NOTRE DAME (-13) vs. Air Force
Nebraska (-2.5) vs. OKLAHOMA
TEXAS (-41) vs. Baylor
Kansas State (-5) vs. TEXAS A&M
Florida State (-18.5) vs. NORTH CAROLINA STATE
Washington (-6.5) vs. STANFORD
SOUTHERN CAL (-8) vs. California
ARIZONA (-4.5) vs. UCLA (visitors)
Oregon (-6) vs. ARIZONA STATE
OREGON STATE (-13) vs. Washington State
Best bet
Record this week (Best bets)
Record to date (Best bets)

David
Den Herder
Illinois
Minnesota
Indiana
Ohio State
Iowa
Notre Dame
Oklahoma
Baylor
Kansas State
Florida State
Washington
California
Arizona
Oregon
Oregon State
Indiana
6-9 (0-1)
56-64 (4-4)

Chris
Duprey
Michigan State
Northwestern
Indiana
Purdue
Iowa
Notre Dame
Nebraska
Baylor
Kansas State
Florida State
Stanford
California
Arizona
Arizona State
Washington State
Iowa
9-6 (1-0)
62-58 (3-5)

Mark
Francescutti
Michigan State
Northwestern
Indiana
Purdue
Iowa
Notre Dame
Oklahoma
Texas
Kansas State
North Carolina State
Washington
California
Arizona
Oregon
Oregon State
Notre Dame
7-8 (0-1)
65-55 (3-5)

Stephanie
Offen
Illinois
Northwestern
Penn State
Ohio State
Iowa
Notre Dame
Nebraska
Baylor
Kansas State
North Carolina State
Washington
California
Arizona
Oregon
Oregon State
Arizona
6-9 (0-1)
52-68 (3-5)

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RGEST S ELECTIO"N

SATURDAY'S RESULTS: TEXAS 48, Baylor 14
MICHIGAN STATE 14, Illinois 10 TEXAS A&M 26, Kansas State 10
Northwestern 41. MINNESOTA 35 Florida State 51, NORTH CAROLINA STATE
Penn State 27, INDIANA 24 Washington 31, STANFORD 28
PURDUE 31, Ohio State 27 California 28, SOUTHERN CAL 16
Wisconsin 13, IowA 7 UCLA 27, ARIZONA 24
NOTRE DAME 34, Air Force 31 (OT). Oregon 56, ARIZONA STATE 55 (20T)
OKLAHOMA 31, Nebraska 14 OREGON STATE 38, Washington State 9
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