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8B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 8, 2004
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Sept. 1
The Huskies Tak
In Michigan's first gas
the Wolverines travele
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Oct. 29-31
Home Field Advantage
Returning to Ann Arbor after ng the
last eight of its nine games on the r , Michi-
gan hoped home-field adv antage aid open
up the Wolverines' attack game.
Against Akron, Michigan's offen was on
fire. Michigan massacred the Zipt -0, with
junior Adam Bruh, Blanks and T i all con-
tributing to the Wolverines' offensive
effort of the year.
Unfortunel against No. 19 "ea State_
two days late', Michigan was u to con-
vert o its scring chances.
As it turned out, neither tean made an
appearance on the sc oreboaard,. A 0- result-
ed after double overtime. Dubay's e t saves
was just one stat in this defensive s ama.
"The Peni State tie was a big for us,"
Burns said. "For the first 15 min of the
game, we were all over them. We 've beat-
en them, but we'll take that tie."
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said. "Getting a victory th re was importan1
for us. We weren't exacy n a win streak, so
getting a result there WJas jretty key."
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Sept. 24-26
Disaster in
the East
Rutgers was the first stop in a six-game series
of road games for the Wolver- ines, who saw
their six-game win streak come to a sudden halt
in a 5-0 shutout.
Suffering its first loss of the N season, Michigan
hoped to get back on the win- ning track against'
Long Island two days later. The Wolerines led the
Blackbirds 1-0 the entire game. But in the last min-
ute of regulation. Michigan gave ip an own goal on a
Long Island corner kick. The def ltahil slipped past
oalkeeper Joe Zawacki, sending t me into overtime.
After two eertime periods, neit team could break
the stalemate.
"When i look at our wins and los es, probably the game
that we are sa Eing, That should've 'en a different result'
was the Long Island game," Burns :. "We were clearly
the better team there."
>ractice, Junor defender Chris1
semor Knox was expected to be one o ion's best players n 2004. inji . The junior was heart broken
Last yea, he*sti o01record with 3pints. a a tured ankle.
But Cameron tore the meniscus in his right knee in an exhibition gam ver the as just optimistic about it," Glin-
summer. a ntean, You guys will be fine without _
"I put a lot of work in over the surimer to prepare for the season," Cameron said. "It G'f ski would end up sitting on the
was tough not being able to play." unt IJe Oakland contest.
Michigan coach Steve Burns no d to fill the void that Cameron woull jeave for ione of the fastest players on the
18 games. The 43-3 shape the team ° played in had been specifically bu'lt to work wo cause Burns to revise the Whlverin.
on the strengths of Knox as an agg e forward. J e loss that hurt the most was Glnsi
"Upon losing Knox ... we learnl rly on that it wasn't a shape that wol help us sai. "We realized we couldn't play the 5-3
be effective," Burns said. the speed in the backfield."

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-of sen w sasn Steliberger. He was tadkded hard b a Ind
defen er a d b -ke his right leg.
"1 k ew ih when it happened that I had broken "
berge sak . "I always been able to contribute to t"e
field, ndrow (couldn't)."
"D sonis tebiggest warrior of a player," Burns sad. "Da
wasahu I forusbecausehewasontrackto p s
coupl of ral big games. Without him, we lost a rti
our s nd field."

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Spartan Heartbreak
The Wolverines had been op fhe road for six straight
games and hoped that their eCing game against
Michigan State would he agaeore mbr
It ended up being memorabh.6raltewograos
Michigan lost 3-2 in overtim ,appang a three-game los-
ing streak and giving the te ts first home loss of the
season. The Spartans sored t ree of their goals off
restarts, something that the Eernes had previously
prided themselves on defendin.
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