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12 -The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 24, 2001

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point, it was just crumbling. Every facet
of m~i game was off tonight."
.They had a few good breaks and we
didn't really respond well to it," Notre
Dame junior David Inman said.
Shouneyia's goal at 1:09 in the first
got things going for Michigan, but
Cammalleri's first of his three scores at
3:02 really set things in motion for the
Maize and Blue. As the Wolverines have
proven countless times this season,
falling behind one goal early is not
always telling of the game's outcome.
But 2-0, or subsequently 7-0 by the end
of' the second period, is often a death
Notre Dame suffered through punch
after punch from Michigan's first line of
Geoff Koch, Cammalleri and Andy
Hilbert. The trio combined for four
goals, eight assists and a plethora of
additional chances, adding up to a
plus/minus of +11 for the line. But
Cammalleri's third tally for the hat trick
lacked some of the usual pomp -as the
second hat trick in 7:52 is known to do.
Kosick had already performed the
feat, beating Kolquist's backup,
Jetemiah Kimento, to net the second
three-goal game of his career.
Even though Cammalleri's hat trick
was the second of the night, it still meant
a lot to him.

MICHIGAN 9, Notre Dame 0
Notre Dame 0 0 0-0
Michigan 3 4 2-9
iat peiod- 1, UM, Shouneyia11(Ortmeyer) 1:09;:2,
UM, Camallerie 16 (Hilbert,.Koch)302; 3, UM, Kosick 7,
16:21(pp).ealies-ND, Gill (interference), 8:16; UM,
ilsn (obstriictionbtoldirng), 8:35; ND, Lebda (slashing),
14:30; NO, Van Arkel (hit after whistle), 19:58; UM, Vancik
(hit after whistle).
Secondpeiod-4, UM, Roemensky2(Matzka,Kosick),
5:27 5, Cammalleri 17 (Hilbert, Koch), 8:15;6, Koch 8
(Camnmalleri, Vaocik) 17:39: 7, Kosick 8 (Komisarek,
Hilert) 18:47. Penati-UM, Kosick (holding thestick),
5:45; UM, Vancik (hooking), 1005.
7Wperiod-8, Kosick9 (Hilbert,Roemensky) 422; 9,
Camimalleri 18 (Koch, illson) 12:10(pp). Penltes - UM,
Vanck (slashn), 1:48; ND, Komadoski (crosschecking),
10:22; NO, Komaoi (holding the stick), 10:22; N,
Nomaoski (hit aer the whistle) 10:22; NO, Komaleski
(10-minute misconduct) 10:22; UM, Fraser(hit after the
whistle) 1022;:Sheuneyia (cross-checking) 16:08.
Shots on goal - NO, 810~3 - 21: UM. 1947-15 -51.
PowerPlays-NDOof5;UM, 2of4.
Saes - N . Kolquist 164-0 - 20; ND, Kimento09-13~-
22; UM, Blackburn 13- 21.
Refeee - Steve Piotrowski.
linesen - Kevin Langseth, Brent Gawlik.
At Yost Ice Arena. Attendance: 6,349.
"It's nice to get a hat trick," he said. "I
haven't had one yet at Michigan. My
goals were definitely results of Geoff
Koch's work tonight."
Somewhat lost in the offensive domi-
nation was a shutout for Michigan goalie
Josh Blackburn, his fourth of the season.
"It's good for the goalie," Berenson
said. "I would have been disappointed if
we'd given up a cheap goal or a lazy goal.
You're playing for you goalie in the last
period, especially in the last 10 minutes."

Walk-on Weingart makes her
biggest splash academically

By Steve Jackson
I)ly Sports Writer
While big name athletes grab all
the headlines, another picture of the
student-athlete toils in quiet obscuri-
Sophomore Gwen Weingart doesn't

see herself in the "dumb-
jock" mold.
"I guess I never really
think about it that way,"
Weingart said. "A lot of
athletes here don't fit
that mold. As a walk-on,
my only perks come
from being a part of this
team... I am just here to
take advantage of all the

Who:;No. 14 Mic
18 Notre Damei
Whem 5 p.m. Frid
recrxd in Big Ten
so far this season

curriculum. And all this while endur-
ing a 30-hour a week training sched-
ule for swimming.
The Cleveland-area native defines
a scholar-athlete as a person with "no
free time."
"You have to keep everything in
perspective," Weingart said. "There is
no professional swim-
EEKEND ming. This is part of my
UtH SEND life, but everything else
higan vs No. is important too."
ard No. 23 During her "20 min-
utes of free-time" she
day,2p m. enjoys her hobbies --
eating and sleeping -
hasa and tries to maintain a
duel meets typical social life.
.fn "It's important for me
to spend time with friends outside the
program," she said. "Sometimes I just
need to break from swimming."
So far, this has been a disappoint-
ing season in the pool for Weingart
personally. But, she credits her moth-
er Judy with giving her the strength to
cope with both her frustrations and
her hectic schedule.

"She is my definition of success,"
Gwen said.
Five years from now, Weingart
hopes to work as a financial consul-
"I have always enjoyed problem
solving, and I am really good at
math," Weingart said. "Business com-
bines the two. Besides, my competi-
tiveness and organizational skills will
help me there."
"Gwen is really tough and
focused," Michigan coach Jim
Richardson said. "Swimming is not a
game - it's a sport. So we need to
recruit hard-working, driven individu-
als like Gwen"
Richardson's recruiting philosophy
has been instrumental in the team's
academic success - its combined
GPA has been between 3.1 and 3.2 for
the last 12 years.
Weingart and the rest of the 14th-
ranked Wolverines have two dual
meets this weekend. They will pay a
visit to No. 18 Notre Dame and No.
23 Northwestern on Friday and
Saturday, respectively.

opportunities this university has to
A breaststroker and medley swim-
mer for Michigan, Weingart has been
named an Academic All-American
and is a member of the National
Society of Collegiate Scholars.
She has also compiled a 3.71
grade-point average in a pre-business

Michigan State's
Miller ties record
Michigan State's goaltender Ryarn
Miller tied the all-time NCAA
record for career shutouts as h
earned his 16th in the Spartans' 3-q
win over Lake Superior State, yes-
The record, shared
with former Clarkson
goalie Wally Easton,
has been around for 70
The sophomore's consecutive
scoreless minutes were extended to
207:12 with this his third straight
Michigan State gave Miller all he
needed on its first shot on goal when
Rusty Dolynv banked a powerpla>
shot in off the post ,:t 6:09 in t
first period.
Soon after, Andrew Bogle adde
some insurance on a rebound shot at
The final goal of the game came :
6:15 in the third with a John Nai
slap shot.
The win tied another record on the
night - Michigan State matched its
record unbeaten streak of 23 games.
Staff reportW
Blue chip Williams
commits to Huskies
Reggie Williams, a 6-foot-4, 215-
pound receiver from Tacoma,
Washington went on Fox Sports
Northwest Monday to annunce his ver-
bal commitment to Washington.
Currently, Rivals.com has him ranked
as the No. 3 receiver in the country@
Williams chose his hometown Huskies
over Michigan, Notre Dame, and UCLA.
Williams carries a 3.4 grade-point
average at Lakes High School and is
fully qualified academically to play for
- Staff reports
Carruth sentenced
to at least 19 years 0
listening to pleas for justice by the
victim's parents, a judge gave former
NFL player Rae Carruth nearly the
maximum sentence for his role in the
drive-by shooting death of his preg-
nant girlfriend, Cherica Adams.
Superior Court Judge Charles
Lamm on Monday sentenced Carruth
to at .least 18 vears and I1 months
and a maximum of 24 years and fol
Adams was eight months pregnant
when she was shot four times .n
November 1999. Hei son - deliv-
ered prematurely by emergency
Caesarean section after the shooting
-- is developmentally disabled And
has cerebral paisy. She died a ionth
Carruth stared at the judge an
showed no emotion as Lamt
announced the sentence. David
Rudolf immediately filed for appew.
Will governer's call
come for Alabama?
Last Thursday, CBS SportsLine.com
printed a stor that discussed the possi-
bility the NCAA would level the "death
penalty" on the Crimson Tide footb*
program as punishment for rules viola-
Such punishment would force
Alabama to cancel an entire football
season. But Gene Marsh, Alabams
Faculty Athletic Representative, said

it is too early to discuss any form of
The story, by SportsLine.com's
Dennis Dodd, quoted David Swan,
a former chairman of the NCAA
Committee on Infractions. Swank
was chairman in 1987 when the com-
mittee suspended Southern
Methodist University's football pro-
gram for the season, destroying a
once-.strong football power.
Swank told Dodd the death pena
ty "will occur again" and added that
Alabama's current status makes the
Tide a prime target.
Duck is a rat: Oregon
AD tattles on Cougars
EUGENE, Ore. (AP' - An Oregon
assistant sports information director
said yesterday he felt justified in ti-ns
ing in six Washington State players
who broke curfew by going to a
Eugene bar early Saturday morning.
"It was absolutely the right thing t
do," said Greg Walker, who's in charge
of media relations for the Oregon men's
basketball team.
He held the same position at
Washington State for the past two sea-
sons and is a 1992 graduate of the uni-


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