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6- Tuesday, October 2, 2012

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6 - Tuesday, October 2, 2012 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom

Eccleston brings
wealth of running
experience to 'M'

PATRICK BARRON/Daily
Sophomore defender Chloe Sosenko caught a rebound off a corner kick against Nebraska on Sundayand drilled it home for the first score of the game-
Sosenko sparks Michigan ofense-
in tight contest with Nebraska

After starrh
for four years
Hillsdale, gr
student trans
By SAMANTHA PEA
Daily Sports Write
College athletes ha
years of NCAA eligibil
Amanda Eccleston is u
last one to become a Wo
After four years as
distance runner on th
and field team at Hillsd
lege; located about an h
a half southwest of Ani
Eccleston will add ex
and maturity to the s
women's cross country t
Enrolling at
the School of
Public Health
at a first-year C
graduate stu-
dent seeking D
a degree in
epidemiol- res
ogy, Eccleston
appreciates all "a
of the opportu-
nites that have
been given to
her. Eccleston said sh
to the Michigan forp
school because the Ut
excels in athletics and;
ics - the School of Publi
boasts one of the top ep
ogy programs in the cou
' Along, with the a
opportunities, Ecclest
enjoyed the benefits of
Michigan student-athlr
said.
"Coming from a Di
school, the recourses f
a Michigan athlete are
ible," Eccleston said. "I'
had the opportunity to
underwater treadmill be
Eccleston made her

ng Hillsdale both academically and S
athletically. She was a Division-
s at II NCAA qualifier and Hillside's
MVP in 2011.
ad She holds school records in
the 800-, 3,000-, 5,000-meter
and the mile runs. She also con-
tributed to records in the dis-
RSON tance relays. In the classroom,
r Eccleston graduated magna cum
laude and was on the dean's list
tve five for all eight of her semesters at
lity, and Hillsdale.
sing her Eccleston brings that ambi-
Iverine. tion to Michigan, having high
a star goals for both herself and for the
he track team.
ale Col- "I really want to be on the
toar and varsity and Big Ten and national
n Arbor, teams," Eccleston said. "We have
perience never won a national title before.
Michigan It would be great to improve
eam. my times and contribute to the
team."
Eccleston
credits her
oming from a teammates
and Michigan
S School, the coach Mike
(here) McGuire for
ourCes e the easy tran-
re incredible. ?, ts*he team, oand
says that her
training part-
ners, freshman
te came Shannon Osika and senior Lind-
graduate sey Hilton, have given her the
niversity opportunity to train at a higher
academ- level.
c Health Eccleston made her debut
idemiol- as a Wolverine on Aug. 31 at
ntry. the Michigan Open with a sec-
cademic and-place finish of 18:08 in the
on has 5,000-meter run. She also fin-
being a ished seventh at the Spartan
ete, she Invitational two weeks ago.
With the Big Ten Champion-
vision-II ships less than a month away,
or being Eccleston will be a key factor in
incred- adding to the depth of the wom-
ve never en's track and field team, as well
use an as bringing in the maturity and
fore." experience of a fifth-year colle-
mark at giate runner.

Defender's blast
keys Wolverines
win over Huskers
on Sunday

that pops out, so I just focus on
keeping my head down, getting
over the ball and line-driving it
in," Sosenko said.
After being held scoreless Fri-
day night against Iowa, the Wol-
verines were desperate for a goal

and struggled with against Iowa
on Friday. They used all 90 min-
utes plus an additional 11 over-
time minutes to get passed this
defense-first game plan, which
they eventually did in the 2-1
victory.

For
the N
team's
ka on
failed
endles
But
omore

in order to end
By MAX COHEN the weekend
For the Daily with a win.
Michi-
the first 70 minutes of gan had an
Michigan women's soccer abundance of
s game against Nebras- opportunities
i Sunday, the Wolverines before Sos-
to capitalize on seemingly enko's goal,
ss scoring opportunities. finishing the
, in the 71st minute, soph- game with 22
defender Chloe Sosenko shots, includ-

"I'm pleased
that they dug
in and found
"We felt like the a way to win,"
said Michigan
plan was good, coach Greg
, Ryan.
we just had to Although
Nebraska
execute better.", came right
back with a
goal of its own
in the 71st

game, the Wolverines stayed
determined to score within
their game plan,.
"We felt like the plan was
good, we just had to execute bet-
ter," Ryan said. '
"I feel like we got better at
breaking it down during the
course of the game. I feel like
the girls really improved during
the course of the game."
As the game progressed,
Michigan began to find holes in
the Nebraska defense, creating
multiple chances for goals. But
until Sosenko's goal, the Wol-
verines missed shots. in seem-
ingly every direction, including
an opportunity by Ezurike in
the 61st minute which went by
the goalkeeper but skirted right
outside of the post.
"We'll usually have a big tack-
le that sets the tone and we'll
all dig in deep and fight extra
hard," Sosenko said.

scored from long-distance off
a reb'und to put the Wolver-
ines ahead 1-0. It was Sosenko's
first goal of the season, and it
couldn't have come at a more
opportune time for Michigan.
"Usually I always get the ball

ing many

one-on-one opportunities with
Nebraska goalie Emma Stevens.
The Cornhuskers employed the
defensive strategy of setting 11
players back behind the ball,
which the Wolverines also faced

minute, Michigan pulled out
the victory after a goal in the
100th minute scored by junior
forward Nkem Ezurike: Despite
the failed offensive chances
throughout the early part of the

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