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Ryan and Arnold step up in
second half to spur 'M' win
Forys races alone
By KEVIN RAFTERY
Daily Sports Writer
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - Play-
ing on the same court once domi-
nated by Larry Bird, the Michigan
basket- MICHIGAN 63
ball team INDIANA STATE 58
Monday night's contest against
Indiana State looking to bring some
of Larry Legend's magic back.
With clutch shooting and defen-
sive stops down the stretch, the
Wolverines held onto beat the Syca-
mores, 63-58, in front of a rowdy
Indiana State crowd.
With the game tied at nine, the
Wolverines (2-2) went on a tear to
take a dominant 23-9 lead with just
^over 10 minutes remaining in the
Sophomore forward Nya Jordan
:carried Michigan for the better part
-of the first 20minutes, scoringseven
of Michigan's first nine points.
"Nya is one of those kids that is
feast or famine, and tonight she was
feasting in the first half," Michigan
coach Kevin Borseth said after the
game. "She's our athlete, she can get
to the rim, and she made our first
two buckets and some great assists
"She had a great night."
But the Sycamores (2-2) respond-
ed to the Wolverines' run. Indiana
State began to establish itself both
inside and out, sparking a 14-6 run
to end the half. The Sycamores
shared the ball nicely, as four play-
ers had four points or more in the
first and no player had more than
Michigan held on to a slim 29-25
lead heading into the locker room.
"I just don't think we are tough
enough and strong enough around
that basket defensively," Borseth
said. "We back off. I was and still
am pretty upset with that."
Less than three minutes into the
second half, the Wolverines' lead
was cut to just one. But Michigan
responded with 3-pointers by Jor-
dan, sophomore forward Rachel
Sheffer and sophomore guard
utes to I
Cyan to give the Wolverines ed it most, Hicks's teammates rose
'peared to be a comfortable to the occasion. Junior forward
int lead with about 13 min- Sam Arnold came up huge for
go. Michigan down the stretch, as all
from there, Indiana State nine of her points came in the sec-
ond half. Ryan also responded to
the call, scoring 10 of her 16 in the
lance is every -seodfa.
"Balance is everything," Bors-
ing. W e have eth said. "We have a lot of kids who
are able to shoot and score, so that
)t of kids who gives us a lot of firepower."
The Wolverines broke a 58-58 tie
able to shoot." with 35 seconds left on a left-hand-
ed baby hook by Arnold, who drew
a foul in the process and hit from
the charity stripe to give Michigan
d from beyond the arc. a three-point lead.
by junior guard Taylor After two defensive stops, Ryan
y's five 3-pointers in the hit two free throws with four sec-
half, the Sycamores took a onds left to seal the victory for the
nt lead, their largest of the Wolverines.
with just over seven min- "I don't want to say that four
play. games into the year we were urgent
senior Veronica Hicks in for a win," Ryan said. "But for a
uble and struggling from young team like we are, you get to
d, Michigan needed some- the point where every game is a tip-
e to step up. ping point. From a player's stand-
when the Wolverines need- point, this win was big."
By EMILY BONCHI
Daily Sports Writer
Surrounded by groups of Okla-
homa, Florida State and Wiscon-
sin jerseys, only one maize block
'M' stood at the starting line.
Redshirt junior Craig Forys
was the sole Wolverine pres-
ent at the NCAA cross country
Championship meet on Monday,
held at the LaVern Gibson Cham-
pionship Course in Terre Haute,
Last weekend, the Michi-
gan men's cross country team
failed to qualify for the national
championship meet, but Forys's
third-place finish at the NCAA
Great Lakes Regional on Nov. 13
earned him an individual bid.
Forys wrapped up his season
with a 113th-place individual
finish in the 10,000-meter event,
crossing the finish line with
a time of 31:18.10 - just eight
seconds shy of his personal-
best time, which he earned at
the 2008 NCAA Championship
This was his first champion-
ship since then, as he redshirted
last season due to knee and calf
"Craig started out toward the
middle and was a little conser-
vative during the race today,"
Michigan coach Alex Gibby said
Monday. "He did a heck of a job
this season coming back from
an injury last year, but today he
kept it pretty conservative."
This was Forys's third appear-
ance at the NCAAs, as he ran
in the 2007 and 2008 races. In
2007, Forys finished 96th as a
freshman. He took 137th place
the next year.
"Although I'm pleased with
Craig's racing, it is frustrat-
ing that this was the first time
in eight years that we went to
NCAAs without a team," Gibby
said. "We really want to get
Michigan back there next year."
After a year in which they
fielded a very young team, Gibby
and the rest of the Wolverines
hope to improve next year.
"Craig was a main leader
this year and is definitely a role
model," Gibby said.
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