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SCHEDULE
Continued from Page 13A
struggled in the second half, posting a 6-10 record in
the Big Ten. Guevara expects that solid recruiting
classes across the conference will make the Big Ten
even more brutal this year.
Michigan gets its first taste of the Big Ten on Jan. 2
at Minnesota and will play Michigan State twice for
the first time since 1999-2000.
Leading the Wolverines will be senior LeeAnn Bies
and fifth-year senior Raina Goodlow, who were elect-
ed captains for this season. Guevara has high expecta-
tions for Goodlow, who missed most of last season
with an injury. According to her coach, the 6-foot-2
forward had a good summer and is "rehabbed and
ready to go."
Goodlow and Michigan's other upperclassmen will
get some help from the freshman, who are expected to
contribute significantly on the perimeter.
"There's going to be quite a bit of competition for
minutes, and I think that brings out the best in us,"
Guevara said.
[The Road Ahead

'Bad Dream' Team embarrassed

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - ant guard Baron Davis said.
Argentina pulled off a victory that Argentina's victory was shocking
.{ until recently seemed nearly impossi- in and of itself, but what made it
ble, defeating the United States 87- even more incredible was the manner
80 last night at the men's basketball in which they accomplished it. The
World Championships. United States never led in the game,
y It was the first loss for a U.S. team trailed by as many as 20 and couldn't -
in 59 games since the Americans mount an adequate comeback down
began sending NBA players to inter- the stretch.
national tournaments in 1992. The The Argentine players leaped and
defeat did not knock the U.S. team hugged each other as the final buzzer
, out of the tournament, buy gave sounded, while the American players
them a lower seed for the medal stuck around and congratulated
round where the nations could meet them. The Argentines then formed a
AP PHOTO again. tight huddle for several seconds
USA's Baron Davis reaches in on Argentina's Alejandro Montecchia during "It's not the medal round, and before emerging with their hands
their round two game of the World Basketball Championship in Indianapolis. we'll be back to win the gold," defi- raised to salute a small but vocal
NFL, MLB make preparations
for Sept. 11 rememberance
The Associated Press

contingent of their fans in the lower
seats at Conseco Fieldhouse.
This U.S. team had said it wanted
to keep the unbeaten streak intact,
but it also knew that the competition
from around the world was not as
weak as it once was. Like the U.S.
team, Argentina won its first five
games at the World Championships
to set up a meeting of the only two
nations with unblemished records.
Now, there's only one team with a
perfect record.
It's Argentina.
"They were a lot better than we
thought," Davis said. "They were just
beating us every which way."

Date
Nov. 16
Nov. 22
Nov. 25
Nov. 29
Dec. 1
Dec. 7
Dec. 8
Dec.. 10
Dec. 14
Dec. 21
Dec. 28
Dec. 29
Jan. 2
Jan. 5
Jan. 12
Jan. 19
Jan. 23
Jan. 26
Jan. 30
Feb. 2
Feb. 6
Feb. 9
Feb. 13
Feb. 16
Feb. 20
Feb. 23
Feb. 27
Mar. 2

Opponent
Gustino Wels (exhibition)
Nv2 C reighton 7pm
California-Santa Barbara
Massachusetts
De1 Detroit 2pm
vs Saint Louis
vs Central Connecticut/Xaviar
at Oakland
Seton Hall
Colorado State
vs Virginia
vs Florida/Massachusetts
at Minnesota
J.5 Illinois 2pm
at Purdue
Indiana
Northwestern
Penn State
at Michigan State
at Wisconsin
Iowa
at Northwestern
Wisconsin
Michigan State
at Penn State
at Indiana
at Ohio State
Minnesota

Time (EST)
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
7 p.m.
2 p.m.
3 p.m.
TBD
7 p.m.
3 p.m.
11:30 p.m.
5 p.m.
TBD
7 p.m.
2 p.m.
2 p.m.
2 p.m.
7 p.m.
5 p.m.
7 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
7 p.m.
2 p.m.
7 p.m.
2 P.M.
7 p.m.
2 p.m.
7 p.m.
2 p.m.

All major league baseball night
games on Sept. 11 will pause at 9:11
p.m. local time for a moment of
silence in remembrance of last year's
terrorist attacks.
NFL fans, meanwhile, will hear an
address this week on last year's
events from President Bush and team
personnel will wear logos commem-
orating the events.
Following the moment of silence
at the baseball games, a videotape
will be shown in memory of those
who died. During afternoon games
on Sept. 11, the moment of silence
will be held during the seventh-
inning stretch, and the video will fol-
low.
"All of us in baseball were devas-
tated by the horrific attack on our
country last September 11, and it is

with a great deal of sadness and grief
that we will mark the first anniver-
sary," commissioner Bud Selig said
yesterday.
"We take this opportunity to honor
the memories of those lost and to pay
tribute to the firefighters, police offi-
cers, rescue workers and all those
who sacrificed their lives trying to
save others," Selig said.
Bush's speech to NFL fans will be
shown on CBS and FOX telecasts
and played on stadium screens for the
10 season-opening games Sunday
that start at 1 p.m. EDT. It will be fol-
lowed by the Marine Corps Band
playing "America The Beautiful."
In addition, sideline personnel
from all the teams will wear a 9/11
patch on their clothing along with an
American flag.
Members of the New York Giants
and Jets will wear caps with the ini-

tials or logos of the New York fire
and police departments or the New
York/New Jersey Port Authority per-
sonnel. The Giants open the season
tonight against San Francisco, part of
the celebration of Sept. 11.
The Washington Redskins will
wear caps with a Pentagon logo.
During the baseball games, a spe-
cial logo will be displayed on the
field, outfield walls, bases and lineup
cards, incorporating the Stars and
Stripes, the major league baseball
logo, a red-white-and-blue ribbon
and the phrase "We Shall Not For-
get." Players' caps and outerwear that
day will include the American flag,
and each fan attending a game that
day will receive a commemorative T-
shirt that features the logo.
Fans will be encouraged to wear
the T-shirt during the game, specifi-
cally for the moment of silence.

A fan sits by a memorial to Giants great WillieMays outside Pacific Bell
Park. Sept. 11 victims' names are written on the banners behind him.

NATIONALS
Continued from Page 13A
Germany, 3-1 for the title the next
day.
"It was kind of nice because
through college and through work-
ing hard it showed that my hard
work has paid off," Crumpton said.
While Crumpton has seen her
youth national career come to a close,
Cameron hopes his is just beginning.
The sophomore will soon find out if
he has been selected for the team that
will attempt to qualify for the 2003
World Youth Championship in
Barahin next March.
Cameron will likely be joined on
the team by Bobby Convey and San-
tino Quaranta of D.C. United, Devin
Barclay of the San Jose Earthquakes

and a number of players who are on
European clubs such as defending
English champion Arsenal.
Both Crumptonland Cameron are
looking to play professionally in the
Women's United Soccer Association
and MLS respectively, but if
Cameron does well in his upcoming
international play, he could be
encouraged to go pro early.
"It depends how good the (United
States Soccer Federation) and MLS
feels you are on the whole and then
they would encourage you to go
pro," Cameron said.
"Because they feel that the only
way America will catch up on a
whole with South American and
European countries is if we get
younger players in the professional
ranks at an early age."

But for now Cameron and Crump-
ton are looking to make a difference
for Michigan. Crumpton scored the
winning goal when No: 18 Michigan
defeated Brigham Young on Monday.
Cameron scored twice for the second
straight game on Monday when the
Wolverines defeated Wright State.
Cameron sees the third-year pro-
gram - which he turned down an
offer from perennial soccer power-
house Connecticut to play for -
making an major impact in the Big
Ten.
"Indiana's status, Penn State's sta-
tus, that's what were working
towards right now," Cameron said.
"We know what we can do as a
team. Some people may not believe
in us, but that's fine because we can
sneak up on them.

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