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IM' Sports Calendar1

Monday, Ocoer 9 -
Tuesday, October10 -
Wednesday, Octbr-ti
Thurday, October 12
Friday, October 13 -
Saturay, October 14-
~Sunday October 1S -

Men's golff at Wfindon M ferial Class-ic, all day, Long 'Grove, 111,
Men's soccer vs. r ndley Ui~;vercity,4 p.m., Elbe! Field~.
Women's soccer at Valparaiso University, 3:30 p.m., Valparaiso, Ind.
Men's golf at Windon Memeria! Classic, ali day, Hawthorn Woods, !ll.
Men's soccer vs. Eastern Michigan, 7 p.m, Pioneer High School.
No events scf eduled
Field hockey vs. Northwestern, 3 p.m., Ockxer Field.
Women's soeer vs,. W'sconsin, 4 p~m,, Soccer Field.
Men's tennis at Tarheefl lnvutationai all day, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Women's cross country at Michigan Intercollegiate, Ypsilanti.
Women's tennis at Eel Classic, all day, Notre Camne, Ind.
Volleyball yrs. Minnesota, 7 p~m , Cliff f een Arena.
Hckley vs. Gueiph, '7 p-.m., Yost 10e Arena.
Men's golf at Northemrn 'C liate, :1,Iday, state ColeeFPon.
Men's tennis at T arhv eil lrit;tiorna all day, ;Chape, Hill, NC
women's tennis at Eck Classic, all day, Notre Dame, Ind.
Volleyb atllVs. Wdisconsin,7 p.m, Cliff Keen Arena.
Moon lam '95, first men's asketball prictice 9:30 p.m.: Crisler Arena.
Men's soccer at Indiana State Trournamnent, all day, Terre Haute, Ind.
Women's swimming aid dhvin at Michigan State, TBA, East Lansing.
fOid hockey vs. Iowa, 1.2 p.m.,. Ocker Field.
Men's golf at Northern Collegiate, all day, State College, Penn.
Women's soccer vs. Penn St'ate 2 p~m., soccer Field.
pen'is tennis at Tarheel Irvitatioanal, all day, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Men's occer at Indiana State Tournamnent, all day, Terre Haute, Ind.
Women's tennis at ECk Classic, all day, Notre, Dame, Ind.

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in cse you don' nve nugh miidterms thils week~, there's always Griddesi prop off your picks for this week at The
M1lichigan Daily sports desk~ on the second floor of the Student Publications Building at 420 Maynard. Deadline is 4 p.m
F~riday. The most accurate prognosticator will receive a $15 gift certificate to Steve and Barrys University Sportswear
on Sate'Stret otestants~are 4Imited to five entries per week, please,
1,I MchgnStat a liils' 13. Northeast Louisiana at Pacific
3. Ohio Stte t Wisconsin 1:5.i howling Green at SBall State
I4. Pernh Sitaeat Purdue 1.6. Central Michigan at Youngstown State
5. NotwsenatMneoa 17. Washington State at Southern Cal
6,Ary s.Norelae18. Washington at Stanford
T. uke at Virginia 19. Brigham Young at Arizona State
8. G;eorgia Tech at North Carolina 20. Florida at Auburn
9.West Virgina t Bston'Cllege 21. Tennessee at Alabama
10. Rugr at M4iai (l..) 22, Air Force at Navy
11. ittbufgb a Teple23. Louisville at Wyoming
12.Oklhom vs Teas 4. Holy Cross at' Harvard
1Z~~la om vsTexs < 25 . D rmot at Yale
Tibekr- i oc t Navy total points:
PHO0NE:

Spikers spli M
By Monica Polakov
Daily Sports Writer
The loss of one player is all it takes to
throw off the balance of a team.
Just ask the Michigan volleyball team.
When outside hitter Kristen
Ruschiensky injured her knee during the
second match of the Indi ana game Friday,
the team suffered for the rest of the week-
end.
The Wolverines (10-6 overall, 4-2 Big
Ten) beat Indiana but fell apart in
Saturday's game against Illinois. The
weekend results leave them in a third
place tie with Wisconsin in the Big Ten.
Michigan beat Indiana 15-12,15-9 and
15-12. The Wolverines kept the Hoo-
siers' best player, outside hitter Jennifer
Magelson, from being a big offensive
threat. Magelson had only four kills and
made eight errors.
Michigan's defense performed well
with solid blocking from Sarah Jackson
and Suzy O'Donnell. Freshman outside

it with Big Ten foes

hitter Karen Chase also had a great game.
Friday was her, first full night of play this
season.
However, Michigan struggled in
Saturday's game against Illinois (11-4
overall, 2-4 Big Ten). The Wolverines
lost 8-15, 14-16 and 10-15.
Michigan had many chances to knock
off the Illini. The Wolverines led, 8-0, in
the first match, 13-8, in the second and,
10-0, in the third. However, Illinois ral-
lied to win all three matches.
In addition, the loss of Ruschiensky
affected Michigan's offensive play.
The offense turned into a one-woman
team. Senior co-captain Shannon
Brownlee had 20 kills and was successful
on 42 percent of her attacks.
"We didn't play very well against Illi-
nois," Giovanazzi said. "Only one player
played well, Shannon Brownlee. Every-
one else had average or subpar nights."
Senior co-captain Suzy O'Donnell
agreed.

"Blocking was terrible, serving was
not so great and our side-out was not so
good," she said. "We're disappointedwith
the loss."
Giovannazi believes that Illinois won
because it is a young team that came into
Saturday's matchup after a huge loss at
Michigan State.
Another reason for Michigan's loss
was the absence of Ruschiensky.
"People weren't sure about responsi-
bility," Michigan volleyball coach Greg
Giovannazi said. "(The loss of
Ruschiensky), disrupted our offensive
patterns "
Illinois' main threat Emi Borske had a
great night. The sophomore registered 23
kills and 18 digs.
The Wolverines face Minnesota and
Wisconsin this weekend at home in
Michigan's "Rock the House" match
Ruschiensky will find out today
whether or not she will be able to play in
the match.

TENNIS
FLAG FB
(Pre-Season)
FLAG FB
(Reg Season)

INTRAMURAL
SPORTS
PRO GRAM
THRILLING!
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES
Entry Deadline: Thurs 10/12 4:30pm IMSB Main Ofc
Entry Fee: $5.00 for Sglsl$9.00 for Dbls
Tournament Format: Double Elimination (depends on entry #'s)
Tournament Dates: Sat & Sun 10/14 & 10/15 (Palmer Courts)
Entries Taken: Mon 10/9 - Thurs 10112 11 am - 4:30pm
Entry Fee: $35.00 per team
Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Thurs 10/12 6pm IMSB
Tournament Dates: Fri, Sat & Sun 10/13, 14 & 15 oftneeded)
Instant Scheduling: Tues 10/17 11am - 5:30pm IMSB
Entry Fee: $59.00 per team
Manager's Meeting (Mandatory): Tues 10/17 6-9pm IMSB
Play Begins: Thursday 10/19 at Mitchell (Fuller Road)

TNT RAMURAL
SPORTS
PRO GRAM
OFFICIAiLS
AARE NEEDED
for
Pre- and Regular Season
Flag Football
Officials Clinic begins:
Monday October 9
7:00 p.m.

WALLEYBALL Instant Scheduling: Tues 10/17 11 am - 5:30pm IMSB
o Entry Fee: $35.00 per team
Manager's Meeting (Mandatoy): Tues 10/17 7pm IMSB
Play Begins: Mon 10/23 at IMSB
The deadline for CROSS COUNTRY entries is Tuesday 10/17
while WRESTLING MEET entries are due Thursday 11/9.

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