12- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 27, 1995
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By Julie Keating
Daily Sports Writer
.After playing 28 holes in almost 11
hours, the Michigan women's golf team
turned in a fifth-place finish at the North-
western Wildcat Invitational, Sunday.
The tournament, hosted by Flossmoor
Country Club in Illinois, gave Ohio State
its first Big Ten win of the season. Mich-
gan recorded a 967 overall.
"We put ourselves in a good position
for the conference qualifiers," coach Kathy
Monday, the Wolverines had consid-
erable trouble as fatigue began to set in
from the previous day.
"The course was extremely long, ad
the greens were really fast," Teichert said.
Sharon Park led Michigan with a score
of 238. The freshman from Lexington,
Ky. placed eighth in the tournament.
Fellow first-year player Katy Loy is
among fourfreshmen who ate leadingthe
team. Loy, an Ann Arbor native, shot an
81 in the second round. Another fresh-
man, Sarah Lindholm, received top 20
Captain Shannon McDonald placed
16th as the onlyasenior on the squad this
year. She shot a 242, even with a rela-
tively high third-round score.
Junior Ashley Williams played well
with a score of252. "It was a challenging
course, and was super long," she said.
Fourth-freshman Wendy Westfall also
turned in a 252, for 50th place
This tournament included 93 women
from every team in the Big Ten. Indiana
and Iowa State rounded out the top-three.
This weekend, Michigan will have
another chance to beatpowerhouse teams
like Ohio and Iowa, as Indiana hosts
another Big Ten tournament.
"We were tied for fourth going into the
third round, so realistically we are right
on track.," Teichert said. "The team is
young, but strong and we'll be looking to
improve ouroverall game this weekend."
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big plays against, but there have been
big plays for.
Last season, Michigan intercepted
eight balls. The Wolverines are just
one shy of that number already.
The coverage has been better, but
the defensive backs also owe a bit of
thanks to the defensive line.
Opposing teams' quarterbacks have
had less time to find receivers
because of Michigan's pressure. As a
result, the secondary doesn't have to
keep track of the receivers as long.
That adds up to better play.
Question No. 3- Will the
freshman quarterback be able to
lead the team?
Scott Dreisbach has done exactly
what you would expect a freshman
quarterback to do - he's been
But he is also undefeated.
Dreisbach proved without a doubt
in the Virginia comeback that he
would be able to lead the team.
Now he just has to become a little
As the old adage goes, when he's
good, he's very, very good, but when
he's bad, he's overthrowing receivers,
While he misses his share of
throws and he has a nice touch.
Dreisbach has improved with every
game and you can expect that to
continue throughout the season.
There you have it, everything you
need to remember about the Michigan
football team after a weekend off.
Well, there is one more thing. On
Saturday, the Wolverines are the ones
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