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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 27, 1995 -11

Field hockey in the
midst of five-game
wnning streak
The No. 14 Michigan field hockey team is in the midst ofa five-game winning
streak, with the last four coming on the road. The Wolverines traveled to East
Lansing, Sunday, and displayed their offensive talent in a 4-2 victory. The win
marked the first time in the five-game streak that Michigan allowed a goal. The
Wolverines had held their opponents to no goals for four games and for the first
17 minutes against the Spartans for a string of 302 shutout minutes.
Goalkeeper Rachael Geisthardt knocked away 17 consecutive shots in the
shutout streak and tied her career season high of four blankings in a year, which
she has now set three times.
Forward Michelle Smulders led the Michigan onslaught with two goals
Sunday. Complementing Smulders were sophomore Julie Flachs and senior
Sherene Smith. Smith leads the teams in goals with six for a total of 12 points and
Flachs is second with four.
The Wolverines continue their road swing at Iowa Friday.
-Jed Rosenthal
Women's volleyball
faces tough upcomig
conference opponents
The Michigan women's volleyball team has been on a roll. The only problem
is that as the season progresses, the Wolverines will be facing tougher and tougher
opponents while working through their Big Ten schedule.
Next up for Michigan is the State Pride match against Michigan State at Cliff
Keen Arena. The Wolverines lost to the Spartans twice last season. This grudge
match will be played for more than just state pride; the winner will most likely
capture the top spot in the Big Ten.
Michigan will be led by co-captain Suzy O'Donnel. The senior middle blocker
was named Big Ten Player of the Week on Monday.
- Chris Murphy

MacDonald returns to
pmctice for Michigan
Michigan senior runner Scott MacDonald, who has been out since the
beginning of the season with a stress fracture in his femur, began training
with the rest of the team yesterday. Within the next month of practice,
Wolverine coach Ron Warhurst will decide whether MacDonald will race or
be redshirted for the fall.
Last year, MacDonald, Michigan's No.2 runner behind juniorKevin Sullivan,
was fourth in both the Big Ten and NCAA district championship meets and
placed 29th in the NCAA national meet.
This isn't the first time that MacDonald has had to deal with injury. Last year,
he had surgery on his knee to remove calcium deposits and was redshirted for the
indoor track season.
Warhurst said that he will redshirt both MacDonald and Sullivan for outdoor
track this coming spring to concentrate on training them for the Olympics.
- Dorothy Chambers
Men's and women s
soccer welcome back
stars from injury
Women:
Michigan sophomore forward Ruth Poulin made her 1995 debut Friday against
Texas. After missing the first six games of the season due to illness, Poulin scored
the winning goal in the Wolverines' 2-1 victory.
Poulin, who finished last season in a four-way tie for top goal scorer with seven,
was also second on the squad with 15 points
- Dan Stillman
Men:
Michigan goalkeeper Mike Milman was thought to have had a "potentially
season-ending injury." However, Milman has returned to the line-up.
In Michigan's 3-1 loss to Western Michigan last week, Milman had an
impressive 11 saves, keeping the Broncos scoreless in the first half.
"I am healthy and playing well, period," Milman said.
- Susan Dann

The Michigan hockey team Is predicted to finish first this season.

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