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Kopmeyer sets saves record in third season

By STEVEN BRAID
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan women's soccer
team is on pace to give up its most
shots on goal for a season since
2005.
Fortunately for the Wolverines,
redshirt junior goalkeeper Haley
Kopmeyer has made sure most of
those shots have
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back of her net.
Against Ohio State last Friday,
Kopmeyer set the single-season
record for most saves by a goalie
when she recorded her 100th save
of the season - becoming the first
goalie with triple-digit saves in
the program's history.
"It's a great accomplishment
and it's nice to have your name
in the record books, but I look
at it like this - if I didn't make
those saves, those shots would be
goals," Kopmeyer said. "It's my
job to make those saves. If I didn't
hold the record for most saves
then I would have the record for
mostgoals allowed."
With 105 saves this season,
Kopmeyer broke her previous
record of 95 saves set two years
ago. The record not only displays
her superb ability to protect the
net, but it also demonstrates her
durability. She's played in all 1,660
minutes of Michigan's season.
With her fantastic play this
season, Kopmeyer has cemented
herself as one of the Big Ten's best
goalies. She ranks first in the con-
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cond in shutouts (6). She's about a week ago, the Wolverines
arned two Big Ten Defen- now have 11 freshmen on their
ayer of the Week awards. roster compared to just three
ley's played great," said seniors.
;an coach Greg Ryan. With starters junior midfielder
of this year, she's just been Holly Hein and sophomore mid-
ckbone of the team, and I fielder Meghan Toohey out for
he defense has played well the season, Ryan has been playing
t of her. She's come up with a younger lineup.
really big saves that have He has started freshman mid-
s in games, so I'm really fielder Chloe Sosenko in four of
for Haley that she has this the last five contests, and she
even though 100 saves has responded with two assists
you're giving up a lot of since Toohey's injury against
n goal." Iowa three weeks ago. Ryan has
meyer also holds several also given freshman midfielder
marks in the Michigan - Jen Pace increased minutes of
books. She ranks first all- late. With recent walk-on and
junior midfielder Emily Jaffe
also injured this past weekend,
Pace had her first two career
It's nice to starts against Ohio State and
Penn State.
have your Though the Wolverines have
arne in the struggled recently, Ryan has been
impressed with his younger play-
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cord books.- r"I was very pleased with a lot
of our players today, especially
the young ones," Ryan said after
Michigan lost 4-0 to the Nittany
n save percentage (.829), Lions. "It's a bunch of young kids
in goals against average learning the hard way out there
third in shutouts (16) and on the field. The main thing to
saves (287). take out of this is experience."
ITHFUL EXPERIENCE: HOME FUTILITY: Early in
an started the season with the season, Michigan appeared
g roster. With 18 under- poised for another excellent year
en, the team was already at home.
r the second-most under- After losing its firsthome game
en in the Big Ten. of the season to Akron, Michi-
with the addition of fresh- gan played well in its subsequent

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four games at the Michigan Soc-
cer Stadium, reeling off consecu-
tive wins and starting the season
with an impressive 4-1-0 mark at
home.
But the Wolverines' success at
home swiftly turned into misery.
They lost their final three games
in Ann Arbor, concluding their
2011 home schedule with a disap-
pointing record of 4-5-1- winless
at home since a Sept. 9 victory
over Western Michigan.
Michigan's frustrating home
record can be pinned on its inabil-

ity to find the back of the net. The
Wolverines haven't scored a goal
at home in more than a month -
a span of four games, dating back
to their 3-2 loss to Minnesota on
Sept.23.
The Wolverines were 6-1-2 at
home last year and 4-2-4 the year
before.
JOCKEYING FOR POSITION:
Currently sitting seventh in the
Big Ten with a 4-5-1 conference
record, Michigan will lock down
a bid to the Big Ten Tournament
with a victory over Illinois in its

regular season finale.
Just the top eight teams in the
conference make the tournament.
Unfortunately forthe Wolverines,
12th-place Northwestern gets an
automatic bid due to hosting, so
Michigan will have to finish with-
in the top seven teams.
Alongwith the Wolverines, five
other teams - Iowa, Minnesota,
Ohio State, Nebraska, and Purdue
- will be competing for the last
three spots into the tournament.
The six teams are all within two
points of each other.

Michigan prepares for grudge match with Purdue

By ALEX BONDY against Indiana.
Daily Sports Writer "Our first round of Big Ten play
wasn't exactly what we wanted it
The Michigan volleyball team to be," said senior defensive spe-
has undoubtedly had a roller- cialist Sloane Donhoff. "So we
coaster season. Since winning have taken this second round as
its first 13 matches, things took kind of a new season."
a turn for the worse after a Sept. Michigan coach Mark Rosen
24 loss to Purdue. The Wolve- has been focused on instilling the
ines tailspun into their dismal right mindset in the locker room.
October, winning just two of the "We can't carry the first half of
last eight matches. the Big Ten into the second half,"
Despite this unexpected dis- Rosen said. "There's no reason the
appointment, the team is opti- two have to be related, but I think
mistic about this weekend. sometimes you carry baggage of
Friday brings the beginning frustration or anxiety or whatev-
of the second round of confer- er else, and we gotta let that bag-
ence play with the Wolverines' gage go."
rematch against No. 11 Purdue, While Michigan went on a los-
followed by a Saturday match ing streak after the teams' last

meeting, the Boilermakers won last time, they are a solid team,
five of their last eight games and who is very balanced. They have
moved up two spots in the rank- a lot of weapons. I think they are
ings. playing even a little better than
when we saw them the first time
as far as being able to utilize all of
those players."
"W e can't carry Regardless of the opponent,
the Wolverines (3-7 Big Ten, 15-7
the first half of overall) have spent this week
thinking more about what is hap-
the Big Ten into pening on their side of the net.
ta Unforced errors have been weigh-
ing down Michigan in this slump.
The Wolverines are 15-0 when
theyhave ahigher attack percent-
age than the opponent.
"(Purdue has been) playing Rosen has taken his team
very clean," Rosen said. "They through drills of rmental tough-
were good when we olaved them ness. and rightfully so. as Michi-

gan can blame many of its recent
losses on their inability to finish
a match. The Wolverines spend
more time on their own errors
along with utilizing their famil-
iarity of the Big Ten.
"Being the second round, you
have played most of the teams, so
you know tendencies and can pre-
pare a little better," Donhoff said.
While Purdue (6-3, 18-3) is the
tougher of this weekend's oppo-
nents, Saturday's match against
Indiana is not being ignored. The
Hoosiers (0-10, 8-15) have not
won a match since Sept. 16, but
Rosen does not want his team to
overlook them.
"Indiana is a different team
since the first time we have olaved

them," Rosen said. "They have
changed their lineup a lot. They
are playing a little better than
they were last time."
Both Rosen and Donhoff
stressed the importance of not
taking any Big Ten opponent too
lightly.
"Any team in the Big Ten you
have got to prepare for the same
way," Donhoff said. "You have
got to come into practice, play
hard, expect that each game in
the weekend is goingto be a tough
game."
The second round of the Big
Ten is the opportunity the Wol-
verines have been waiting for to
return as the unstoppable team
they were a month ago.

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