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Jackson and King to the CBA?
Ray Jackson and Jimmy King, the two members of Michigan's "Fab
Five" who remained in school for a full four seasons, were selected in
the third and fourth rounds, respectively, of the 1995 Continental
8asketbatl Associaton draft, yesterday. Grand Rapids used the 35th
pick to select the forw-rd Jackson and Quad City spent the 45th
selection on King, a guard.

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September 21, 1995

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co~ut~zze 0/
ings that make you go
When the women's crew team
officially becomes varsity next year,
you have to wonder if it will still be
recruiting on the diag.
With 20 scholarships to give away,
the team might have quite a few takers.
Could you imagine Steve Fisher or
Lloyd Carr doing the same thing?
You have to wonder, though, where
Michigan will be recruiting for its crew
Calls to the Michigan High School
Association and many high schools
around the state turned up plenty of
people who had
never even heard
before. The
of the sport
~ ~'. association does
not sponsor the
sport because not
enough schools
have it.
ANTOINE Out in the
PITTS Northeast, crew
Pitts is prevalent in
Stop high schools -
private schools
that is.
The fact of the matter is that crew is
a very expensive sport for high school
athletic departments. It recquires
schools that have lots of money. You
won't find the Detroit Public School
League holding any regattas this
weekend on the Detroit River.
Are the people participating on the
new varsity crew team going to be just
from wealthy, elite schools? Then
again, nobody's ever accused Michigan
of being elite.
It might be a good idea to pay
attention on your next trip through the
d When the new field hockey and
lacrosse fields were constructed this
summer it meant evicting another
campus group from the area. NROTC
used to practice its drills on the site
before being displaced by the athletic
NROTC now uses a much smaller,
triangular-shaped field south of
See PITTS STOP, Page :0A

Blue blanks Ball State
for fourth straight win

By Jed Rosenthal
Daily Sports Writer
The No. 13 Michigan field hockey
team attained revenge yesterday in
Muncie, Ind., blanking Ball State 1-0.
The Wolverines (6-2 overall) have now
won four consecutive contests. More-
over, all scores have been by shutout.
Michigan anticipated a slower game
because the Cardinals play on grass, but
found the playing surface to be just a
minor detail. After some adjusting and
some sluggish play at first, the team had
little problems and was soon control-
ling both ends of the field.
Senior forward Aaleya Koreishi
scored the only goal of the game, unas-
sisted, at 3:51 of the second half.
The Wolverines appeared sluggish
in the ongoing, possibly due to the field,
and found Ball State attempting a total
of five shots in the first half, keeping
senior goaltender Rachael Geisthardt
on the defensive. Michigan gave
Geisthardt little support, struggling to
find scoring opportunities. The Wol-
verines attempted only one shot in the
first half.
However, with Koreishi's goal in the
early moments ofthe second half, Michi-

gan thrived on the co-captain's mo-
mentum and easily shutdown the weak
offense of the Cardinals.
The Wolverines managed only one
shot in the first half, but with the
backing of Koreishi's goal, they kept
Ball State in check for the rest of the
contest. Michigan took advantage of
more shot opportunities in the latter
half, amassing a game total of 11. The
Cardinals could muster only one shot
of its own in the crunch, leading to
their demise.
Geisthardt knocked away four Ball
State shots, all in the first half, and
then watched Koreishi pound Cardi-
nal goalie Andrea Adams for another
four shots. Koreishi led the Wolvet-
ine attack with five shots, while sophQ-t
more Meredith Weinstein had two.
Four other Michigan players rounded'
out the shooting.
The Wolverines attoned forlastyear's
2-1 overtime loss to Ball State, and find
themselves in the middle of a seven
game road swing. Yesterday's win ver-
sus the Cardinals boosted their record
to 3-0 on the trip. Michigan battles
Michigan State, Sunday, in East Last-

Despite a sluggish first half, the Michigan field hockey team took control in the second stanza and shutout Ball State, 1-0.

'M'at hon
By James Goldstein
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan football team can play
couch potatoes Saturday.
While the Wolverines are relaxing, the
10 remaining teams in the conference are
in action this weekend. If the pattern of
this season continues, blowouts and nail-
biters should prevail Saturday.
The elite of the conference, Penn State
andOhio State,can already markthe"W"
on its schedule. Which team decides to
run up the score is the game within the
game. The Buckeyes and Nittany Lions
will do whateverthey can injockeying for
position in the polls.
A 1994 bowl rematch, a few firstmeet-
ings and one conference duel highlight
the rest of the conference games.
Minnesota (0-0 Big Ten, 1-0 Overall) at
Syracuse (1-1)
Minnesota travels to Syracuse in the
first meeting between the two schools.
The Gophers are coming off their suc-
cessful home debut against Ball State last
week, 31-7. All-America and Heisman

ie to watch rest of conference this Saturday

Around C h r i s
the poses a
threat tothe
T h e
fans must
be scratch-
ing their
heads right
now. The
win against
Carolina in Chapel Hill made it seem that
it could be a special season for the Or-
ange. But losing at home to East Carolina
on a late Pirate touchdown must confuse
the fans even more.
In this game, Minnesota should prevail

with its offensive balance, but Syracuse
always seems to pull out tough non-
conference games at home.
Syracuse 24, Minnesota 21
East Carolina (2-1) at Illinois (0-1, 1-
Illinois doesn't need the advice from
Syracuse on how to play East Carolina.
The Illini know what to expect. In the
1994 Liberty Bowl, Illinois blasted the
Pirates, 30-0. Johnny Johnson com-
pleted 18-of-30 pass attempts for 250
yards and four touchdowns. Heisman
hopeful and Butkus candidate Simeon
Rice didn't even have a sack. This time,
the Illini welcome the Pirates to
Illinois eked out a 9-7 victory over
Arizona last week, thanks to Rice. The
senior linebacker tallied 3.5 sacks,
breaking the conference career sacks
record. Rice now has 39.5 career sacks
in 38 games, passing Michigan's Mark
Messner's total of 36 career sacks.
There are two keys to the game. If

Johnson can regain the touch he had in
the 1994 Liberty Bowl, the Illini should
roll. If not, Illinois may have to rely on
its defense once again. And if the Illini
secondary can contain the Pirate pass-
ing game, its an easy win.
Illinois 34, East Carolina 10
Ohio State (2-0,0-0) at Pittsburgh (2-1)
Ohio State can use this mark on its
schedule as a warm-up for Notre Dame
in South Bend in two weeks. With two
victories over non-conference teams un-
der their belt, the seventh-ranked Buck-
eyes are clicking in all phases. The
quarterback-running back tandem of
Bobby Hoying and Eddie George has
shined in its two games - especially
Pittsburgh coach Johnny Majors and
his Panthers will have to focus on con-
taining George. It's a big task. Maybe
the home crowd will help. Then again
- maybe not.
Ohio State 42, Pittsburgh 17
Air Force (2-1) at N'western (0-0, 1-


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Northwestern visited the realm of the
top 25 teams of the nation and took a
quick exit.
The Wildcats now know how Notre
Dame felt when they beat the Irish three
weeks ago. Last week's 30-28 loss to
Miami (Ohio) was a crusher. Now
Northwestern must regroup, especially
its defense. If the Wildcats allow the
Falcons to air it out in Evanston, a high
score is likely and favors Air Force.
Northwestern 34, Air Force 30
So. Mississippi (2-1) at Indiana (1-1)
Indiana just lost to Kentucky, the team
with the longest losing streak in the na-b
tion. How do you think that makes theme
feel? Southern Miss. should be unde-
featedifit weren'tfor alast-secondlossto
Alabama in its opening game of the sea-
It doesn't matter that the game is being}
played in Bloomington. I think you know
who the better team is here.
Southern Miss 27, Indiana 13
S. Methodist (1-2) at Wisconsin (0-1-1)
Madison. will be roaring at this game.
In the last two weeks, Wisconsin was
blown out at home by Colorado andtied
a mediocre Stanford team in Palo Alto.
The Badger fans have rolled out the
red carpet for SMU. Wisconsin run-
ning back Carl McCullough should be.
able to back up his career high 202
yards against the Cardinals last week
with another solid game. Penn State
awaits Wisconsin next week. A differ-'
ent story there.
Wisconsin 45, Southern Methodist 14
Penn State (0-0, 2-0) at Rutgers (-1)'.
RutgerstailbackTerrell Williswillhave
to carry the Scarlet Knights if they hiave:
any chance against Penn State and its'
balanced offensive attack. Willis rushe4
for 207 yards and had two touchdowns m
last week's loss to Navy.
Wait! Rutgers lost to Navy? Forget it.
Rutgers has no chance. The Nittany Lions-
will cruise with tailback Mike Archie.
leading the way.
Penn State 63, Rutgers 20
Michigan State (1-1) at Purdue (14).
I don't know about you, but I would
prefer watching the Texas A &M-Colo-
rado game. Since ABC-TV shows re-
gional action, we get to watch two teams
duel it out in West Lafayette.
Michigan State has won the last three
meetings and nine of the past 10 encoun-
ters. If the Spartan defense can control
PurduefullbackMike Alstott,thenMichi-
gan State could make it a game. If not, it
will be a long day in Indiana for the
Purdue 35, Michigan State 21



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