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2B - 1 he Michigan Daily _._ SportisMonday - November 20, 2000
CLUBSPORTS WEEKLY
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Soccer wins national tite

NFL STANDINGS,

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After coming so close to, winning it
all in 1999, the Miehigatt women's
soccer club won their first national
title this past weekend by defeating
Ohio State 1-0 in double overtime.
Michigan defeated Colorado ina
sliootout itt the quarterfinals attd
defeated Virginia Tech 1-9 to advance

to finals.
1 treCe Wolverines were honored by
making the all-tournamnent team.
Alissa Gfauman and Laura Rowland
were each recieve their first all-tourna-
ment hsonor and club president Shelley
Noland recieved bet second hoisor.
-Jc/f P/ti/lips

Volleyball dlub hosts weekend tourney
VWhile the test of the caitaus formance in the tourntmnst," Vice
braved the whipping ind and snowv President Stephatie Stat-icr said.
flurries on Saturday, the. lli .higan "Our team htas heets practicing hard
womets's volleyball club was in heat-- atnd we had a lot of conficdence going
ed competition auaittst seams froim into the toutrnament -utnfortuttate-
.:1 over the Midwest and East Coast. Iv, things didnts swing out wvav."
Michigan hosted the all-day tourna- Michigatn Stata, Cantral Michtign
nient at the IM building. (A), Ketntuckv and Virgiiia compel-
Althsough Michigatn playedl a ed in thse semifinaals, and Kentucky
strotng game, as the A-teatm advanced and Censtral Michigan (A) played in
to the quarterfinals, it was utnable to the finals, with Ketntucky winnting
defeat Virginia's B-teatm the chsampionship.
"WVe svere disappointed in our pet- - Csitnot Basi/e
FCLUB SPORTS SCOREBOARD
Fencing - Junior Ohympie Qualifier In Livonia, MI - 8 total medals won as a
team, Erica Erdandson and Gerald Montano qualified for Junior Olympics.
Send your club sports info to dailyclubsports@umichedu
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072 Wasttingtontat ST. ruis9 psm.
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Minnsotta at Dalla. 4:05 p.m5.
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a4 Pittsburgh at CINCINNTI. 1a Ps..
5 NeuOrteansat SaTs. . ..
14 Chicag at N.Y. JFs.ts.m.
aa Buffalots T. issosB5s. a p.m.
Philadelphia at WASHINGTN.a1. m
'A Cevln ats tssALTIMORsE.t1p.ms.
78 Atantaat OAKAN. 4:5 ps.
80 MamistttNDIAN.-sus. 4:15p.ms.
13 Kansas City st SstassF. 415 p.
N.Y. Gats atAIZONss. 8as5 p.m.
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What Raina Gootlow
Hometowns Detroit
Positions Forward

Sports Basketaltt
Years Junior

Whys Michigan came away aith only ant win in the opening aeekend's
matchups, but were ted in both games byGonsdlitha17 no pints. She
shat 12-1.0 tsr the aeekend agatost aouaisiana Tech assd Wasttington.
Backgrounds Goodtow returns tar a second straight yout as a starter
after averaging 9.0 points per game as a sophomore. Gt

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

SPURTS BRIEFS

LOUISIANA TECH (66)
MIN M-A MA OT A F ron
Obaze 2as 1ta a-a 3as a 1 a
Lewis T. 2an s-s i-a a-a 15s
Walker 35 8 a -4 a-a a a a8
Lassster 351 3-9 3.3 a-i a a a
Peay as 4-9 ta1 - a t-2 a si1
LewisE. 3a 0a-a 0an a-n a 1 a
Antony 7 o 1-a a0 -a0a-a a2a 2
Mcelain a a-a a-a a-a a a a
Forg a0 a-a a-a a-s a S
Bibbs at6 aia3 -a0 -tn0 a0 4 9
Touals a0na as-as 142-attn-anr27at66
FGO:.385 FiT-.689 3-painr FG: a-ia,20nn(Parry.E.
a-7. Obaze 0-a, Lassister a-ti.Boncts: 1t(Walker).
Steals: tt (Walkert4,Laussster a. hard 2, Antony. Petty
E). Turnvers: 15 lObaze a. Lewis a. Waiter -,
Lassister 2, ParrtyE. a. Fnrds2, Bibbs 0, Mc~tain).
Techsnicalfous: I (bench)
MICHIGAN (69)
FS IT REB
MIN M-A MA OTA F PTS
1etri 7 3-7 a-a at7 a a a
Goodlow 34 5-9 7-ia a-a a 4 to
Bins aa '4-0 4-ia 1-o 1 4 1t
Tous at' 4-t4 t-o 4-ia t a a4
Ingraum at a-ti a-ta ri1 a a 14
Lear a a-i n0 -a0a-n a0a 0
Schumacher 5s 0at n-a a-a 1 1 a
Roabinsane 1a -a a-a a-a a a
Gansip 5 a-a a-a i-3s0a0 a
Smih it a-i s-a 1-a a a a
Tonts a00n2aa-s283as-as0tasn 1o7o69
F0G%:..377 OFtO:.8am3-paint FS:1-it,.0a1t(Roabinson
-2, Thorius a-a. Ingaranmn-.,OestetrI1. alocks: 1
lGnadtol. Steals: 7l(Cesterie a. Bias a. Tharius a.
Goedlnwi. Turnaovers:17to tdiow 9,hInram 3,
Oestere a. Thodus 2, Rabinsan , Gandly 2, Smith a.
Biasi. Technical fauts: I (bench).
Louisiana Tech- aa..... aa28 38 - tt
Michigan.. - as........t3 6 - 69
Ar: Chstar Arena
Attendancet: 072

WASHINGTON (73)
MIN-M A AA O-TA F PTS
Autrey 32 0-14 0u -a2t-a a1t1t
O'Netil 13 6t12 0.0n-n3a-s 1a 13
therts aa a-s s-3a 2a-A 3a3a
Franca aa 4-ta 4-60.at a a 15
Piney 16t 0on a-a a-a a a as
Erictson 1a i-s a-n a-n a a a
Duncan a a-u a-a n-n a t a
Mendiola, Giu. at a-s a-a u-a a a a
Menda ioi. 2a 0ar n-n at1 1 a a
Hatpenny s a-I a-n ut1. a t a
Laum 14 4-70a-r a-s a a a
Retchmann a -a a-n at1 a a
Sorenson 4 1t -t0a-n t 0a0a 2
Tots aaa 78-59 ta-to7ta-39 1to1503
FSA:..475. FTP/c:.5a5.a- paisrt F at 2,333 (Fransa
3-8, Giu. Mendiosta1t2ONesil -3, au:5 -3,Auttrey
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Sreals: tt tAuttey 5, Sheaaso7, Franza 27. Satttt.1
Dttncan tt. Turoveurs: 15 tGiu. Mendiola 0, Ftanza 3,
Shears 2, Autrey, Erictson, Sorenso). Technical Fouta:
MICHIGAN (60)
MIN M-A M-A 0-0A F PTS.
Oasterta 060 1-5 0-0 1-a 4 t a
Goow ta 355 7-9 s3-4 1 a4 s to1
Biat 3a4 ota12 t4 - a a-7 a to1
Torius 3072-9 4-A 50 3 4 8
Ingram 33 2a-s .0a-a2t-a a3 6
Leary 4 0a -a0a-n t 0a0a 0
Schumacher 3 a-a a0 -n1u0ta0a 0
Roaisson to, 1to n-a tt t a a
Gandy a a-a a-0 a-t a t a
Smiti 1tt )a2 ts3 at1 t1a2 s
Torats a0a a0-5a ta-as5ta-3a t3 to60
FGita385 sacmoo .oan. -aont FS: 2-t.3.t54.(tsga
2.A, Rbinsonsa-s.Sies a-1, Thottut a-t) oksim 2
oa aw Besi Steats: 5 (Bies 7. Oetterle, Thortus,
tngtam),Turoesao18 a(Ingram 5,Thoris 3O estarle
a. Sn inowt a,itRoinrson2;Bis acry.Schumacher
Smith). Techtnical Fouast one.
Washingron..........-39 34 - 73
Michiga...... .....-...3 53 s - on
As: Criser OAna
Attenance0:01,312

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EASTERN CONFERENCE EASTERN CONFERENCE
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Phsoiaepi 50100 -Pitbrh706 2 1 3 60 53
New ork 4 .60 35 Piladlpha 9 4 7753 57
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WESTERN CONFERENCE Florida 3 8 7 3 03 38 57
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Utah,,.7 2 778 -Csts~ssss

Arizona center Woods
suspended for six games
LAHIAINA, Hawaii lAP) - Arizotta
finishecd last season withouit star censter
Loren Woods. Thte top-ranked Wildcats
mill stat this seasots in the Mai
Itnvitationtal withsout the preseasots All-
Amaetica.
Thse 7-foot- I settior Isas been sus-
pended for sin ganmes for an unsdisclosed
violation of NCAA rules.Ha did not
mtake thse tripa to H avati i tthsAtizona,
sahich opens play Monday against the
hsost school, Divisiotn 11 Chamntade.
Olson said.,Ihe coulcdttt reveal any
details abouit the suspension. But schsool
officials said thse suspensiott sas under
apapea~l antd thecy tape to have a decision
by Wednesday, the day of thse chatmpi-
otnship gatta for the eiglht-teatm Mauti
Invitatiotnal.
Missouri, Maryland give
head coaches the axe
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Larty
Smaiths, wto follossed two bowl seaisonts
wvith tolosiitg seasons, swas fired after
sevetn years as thseTi gers' football coachs.
tHesoas distmissed Saturday night by
athsletic director Mike Alden followinsg a
28-24 homse loss to Kansas State earlier
that day, coding a 3-8 seasoit.
Thse defe.,it wsas thte latest emabarrass-
ittg setback for Missouti, wahich this year'
lost to Clemtsotn (62-9), Tenas (47-12)
and Kattsas (38-17).
Smith, whno tad thtree years to go on
his contract, had a 33-46-1 record at
Missouti. His career record ia 143-126-
7 in 24 seasonss, with previous stopa at
Tulane, Arizona and Southertn
California.
VANDERINDEN FIRE:Maryliand
fired football coach Ron Vainderlittden
on Sunday, one day after the team etnded
its fouth straightt losing season tunder
htis direction.
Marylatnd's 35-22 homte loss to
Georgia Tech ott Saturday capped a 5-6
seasons, elitminated thte teaim frolm bowl
conteotiotn. and ran Vanderlinden's
career record witha the Terrapints to 15-
29.

MSU stomps Oakland 97.61;
Bell negs triple-double
EAST LANSING (APn) --- Cliharli
Bell atnd Magic .Jorhnsosn have mtore tt
cotmmnthatn just a natiotnal chsart
otsship ring frotm Michtigant State.
They are thIe otsly platycrs
Spsartans history to record tripsle-dOet
biles.
Bell had 13 points, 10 assists and II
rebounds to lead the Spartans to a 97
61 win os-er Oaklatnd (Micht..
University on Suntday intshleir seasot
opener.
Jasott Richardson scored a career
higha 25 poittts aot an array ofaduns
pointers atnd drivintg layups
Richardson also had a career-htig
eigtht assists.
Dan Buddctsborg led 0-akland (1-1
waitht 21 points.
Monday. Nov. 20
W Croos Country at NCAA
Championships lAmes,Ioa)a, (5005
M Cross Country at NCAA
Championships lAmes, Iowa) noon
Tuesday. Nov. 2.
M Basketbali vs. Weotern Mich, 7 p.m.
Wednesdaly. Nov, 22
Wrestling in Maiee and Blue
intrasquad, 7 p.m.
Thursday. Nov. 23
Ice Hockey at Wioconsin in Coleg
Hockey Showcase, 7:05 p.m.
FridgysNov. 24
W Basketball vs Arkanaas at Hawaii
Classic, 11:10 a.m. HST
Volleyball vs. Wisconsin, 7 p.m.
Saturday. Nov. 25
M Basketball vs. Wagner, 2 p.m.
Ice Hockey at Minnesota is Coleg'j
Hockey Shawcase, 7:05 p.m.
W Baskethaillos N.C. State/N.
Illinois at Hawaii Classic, 9
a~m./3:30 pm. HST

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Winter Commencement
Sunday, December 17, 2000
Cr*isler Arena
Doors open at 1:15 p.m.
Ceremony begins at 2:00 p.m.
and lasts about two hours.

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Eligibility
SummerTerm 2000 and Fall Term 2000 graduates and candidates are eligible to participate in Winter Commencement.
Ticket Distribution
Tickets will be distributed Monday, December 11 through Thursday, December 14 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
in the Pond Room of the Michigan Union. Graduates and candidates are eligible to receive up to six (6)
tickets during this time. Additional tickets will be distributed on Friday, December 15 from 8:30 am.
to 4:30 p.m. in the Pond Room of the Michigan Union.
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Michigan Book & Supply, Michigan Union Bookstore and Ulrich's Bookstore all carry Bachelor's attire.-
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attire is only available from the Michigan Union.
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Graduates or guests with disabilities should call (734) 647-6037 for information about
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