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10 -The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 26, 1995
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Spirits high for water polo despite
3 losses in weekend tournament

Registration Dates
Registration Site
Classes Begin
For more information

September 25-October 6
Michigan Union Ticket Office @ 763-TKTS
No mail-in registration
Refunds will only be given if the course is cancelled,
Use your Entree Plus or Mcard
Week of October 9
Call UAC @ 763-1107

By Daniel Van Beek
For the Daily
The Michigan men's water poloteam
had something to prove last weekend.
Despite a 1-3 record in a tournament
at the U.S. Naval Academy, the club
showed it could compete with varsity
teams.
Coach Scott Russell and his troops
left Annapolis, Md., with a good feel-
ing despite the losses.
The No. 3 Wolverines dropped to 3-
4-2 on the season.
Michigan fell to Navy's 'A' team,
11-9, but defeated Navy's 'B' team,
8-7. Both Navy teams are varsity
squads. The Wolverines also lost to
Princeton, 14-4, and a club team from
Annapolis made up of former Navy
players, 9-6 .
Russell realized that his team would
have a tough time and was pleasantly
surprised with the squad's perfor-
mance.

"We try to compete as close as we
can to the varsity level," he said.
The team consists of a large number
of seniors who provide leadership and
experience for the club.
Senior co-captains Jason
Cunningham and Pat Hanchin lead
Michigan on offense and defense.
Cunningham and junior Louis Lam-
bert were the Wolverines' high scorers
with seven goals apiece over the four
contests. Senior John Miedler chipped
in four scores. Lambert and
Cunningham added four and three as-
sists, respectively.
On defense, Hanchin, senior Andrew
Yaksic and junior Steve Gilbert each
made four steals. Yaksic also contrib-
uted four assists.
Russell's only disappointment of the
tournament came against Princeton
Sunday morning.
After playing a close and competitive
contest with Navy's 'A' team Michigan

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HUGHES
Continued from page 9
guards on the roster. Jerod Ward, Willie
Mitchell and Albert White are
swingmen who may spendtime-at guard
as well. Of those four returnees, only
Conlan isconsideredapurepointguard.
Michigan has also been recruiting
Mateen Cleaves of Flint Northern, one of

the top senior point guards in the country.
Cleaves is one of the top 10 players in the
nation and also a Division I football pros-
pect at quarterback and defensive back.
With Hughes coming to Ann Arbor,
Cleaves is expected to go elsewhere.
If Hughes signs with Michigan dur-
ing November's early signing period,
he will be the first junior college player
to play for Fisher.

struggled in the loss to the Tigers.
"Princeton's not as good a team as
Navy's 'A' team," Russell said. "So we
are alittle disappointed with ourperfor-
mance against them."
Junior Brandon Mariott, the Wolver-
ine goaltender, showed some signs of
improvement over the weekend.
After a poor performance two weeks
ago at Purdue where he stopped 43
percent of the opponent's shots, Mariott
had a .550 save percentage in Annapo-
lis.
"The key to our defense is goaltending
and the key to our goaltending is de-
fense," Russell said. "Our philosophy
on defense is to give up fewer shots than
goals (we) score. It will keep the pres-
sure off our goaltenders."
Russell said that Mariott is coming
on and is no longer a liability.
"Brandon's working real hard and
we expect great things from him by the
end of the season," he said.
FOOTBALL
Continued from page 9
'I can't wait to get to that game,' but
you better worry about this one.
"I think we have a good football team
and there are some teams on the sched-
ule that we should beat.
"That doesn't mean we will beat
them."

U U

CPR

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Brian Chambers

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