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The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, September 11, 1995 -98

THE DAILY SCOREBOARD

Athlete of the Week

Who: Michelle Slater

Sport: Cross Country

Eligibility: Freshman Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Rochester Hills High School: Adams
Why: Slater finished first at the Miami Invitational in Oxford, Ohio, Saturday.
Slater, who was running in her first meet, won the race with a time of 18:01. That
time was 16 seconds better than the second-place runner, Vanderbilt's Whitney
Spainnuth.
Background: Redshirted for 1994 cross-country...6th in Big Ten Indoor Mile
in 1995 track...9th in Big Ten Outdoor Mile in 1995...won 1994 Michigan 1600-
meter Class A State High School Championship... 1994 Midwest Meet of Cham-
pions 800-meter runner-up... Three time all-league, all-area, all-county for Adams
High School...enrolled in Division of Kinesiology...Majoring in movement
science.

STANDINGS

Women's Cross Country
Team Results from Saturday's Miami Univer-
sity Invitational
Points

Michigan Individual Results from Saturday's
Miami University Invitational

1. Eastern Kentucky
2. Michigan
3. Ball State
4. Miami (Ohio)
5. Louisville
6. Vanderbilt
7. Toledo
8. Pittburgh
9. Wright State
10. Cincinnati
11. Xavier

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68
89
95
III
120
188
205
265
274
294

1. Michelle Slater
7. Katie McGregor
8. Kelly Chard
24. Eileen Fleck
28. Heather Grigg
31. Tanya Manson
35. Tiffin Goodman
45. Michelle Spannagel

Time
18:01
18:25
18:30
18:58
19:05
19:08
19:12
19:31

Volleyball
(All games are non-conference. Last week's
Northwestern results were unavailable.)
W L Pct.
Illinois 7 0 1.000
Michigan State 7 1 .875
Penn State 7 1 .875
Ohio State 3 2 .600
Michigan 3 3 .500
Iowa 3 3 .500
Indiana 3 4 .429
Wisconsin 3 4 .429
Minnesota 2 4 .333
Purdue 1 4 .200
Northwestern 0 2 .000
Tuesday's Games
Ohio State at Wright State
Wisconsin at DePaul
Eastern Kentucky at Iowa
Arkansas at Iowa

Wednesday's Games
Iowa at Kansas
Michigan vs. Syracuse
Masachusetts Invitational

at University of

Big Ten Player of the Week
Val Sterk, Michigan State
Junior Center Val Sterk played a key role in
leading Michigan State to the GOFF/MSU
Volleyball Classic title last weekend. The 6-
foot-2 middle hitter/blockeraveraged 3.3 kills,
3.1 digs and 1.5 blocks per game in four
matches en route to all-tournament honors.
Sterk, who played just the front row in her first

two seasons as a Spartan, contributed a career-
high 16 digs in Michigan State's win over
Illinois State. She also recorded 23 blocks for
the tournament.

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