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bluefan 
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# Posted: 30 Apr 2007 19:59


4th ain't bad. Where was OSU? Boy, you scabs are really declining. So much for "elite", hey losers?



Site: Princeton, N.J. (DeNunzio Pool)
Event: Eastern Championship
Score: Indiana 5, #19 Michigan 3
Records: U-M (24-16), Indiana (19-14)
Next U-M Event: Season Completed

Michigan Claims Fourth at Eastern Championship



PRINCETON, N.J. -- In a physical and high-intensity contest that featured 30 ejections and a dominating U-M offense, the No. 19-ranked University of Michigan women's water polo team fell short against Indiana, 5-3, to claim fourth place Sunday (April 29) at the Eastern Championship, held at DeNunzio Pool. Sophomore Julie Hyrne (Sunnyvale, Calif./Archbishop Mitty) scored twice and senior Shana Welch (Larksville, Pa./Wyoming Valley West) earned two assists. Both Hyrne and Welch -- who represented Michigan on the 2007 Eastern Championship All-Tournament second team -- finished the season with at least one point posted in all 40 games this season. Sophomore Sharayah Hernandez (Pico Rivera, Calif./El Rnacho) drew a program-record eight ejections.

Indiana scored early to take a 1-0 lead. U-M rebounded to earn four straight power-play chances but good shots did not result in any scores. Michigan's best chance came from sophomore Mary Chatigny (Palm Springs, Calif./Palm Springs) who found herself wide-open in front but twice narrowly missed the cage.

In the second, the Wolverines once again earned an early 6-on-5 chance and did not capitalize. IU netted two more scores -- each coming one minute apart -- to build a 3-0 advantage. Michigan then turned up the pressure to score its first marker of the game on a power-play tally from freshman Terri Bukofzer (Vernon Hills, Calif./Stevenson) with just more than a minute to play. Sophomore Carrie Frost (Saline, Mich./Saline) was nearly rewarded for a great individual effort out of two meters but her backhand banged off the inside of the cross bar and out. Sophomore Kristen Davis (Villa Park, Calif./Villa Park) came up huge at the end of the half, stoning an IU player in front to keep the deficit at 3-1 heading into halftime.

Out of the half, the Wolverines continued to get the better with their offensive chances but once again found themselves snake bit. U-M had three early power-play opportunities and all three attempts found the bar. Michigan generated two more shots from close-in in the final minute of the period, but again could not find the back of the cage. Indiana was able to add to the lead and make the score 4-1 near the end of the third and the period ended with IU up by three.

U-M started its comeback in the fourth when Hyrne connected on the power play following a stellar feed from Hernandez, cutting the lead to 4-2. Hyrne was at it again minutes later when she poked a rebound into the cage to pull Michigan within one.

The Wolverines defense remained stout, but the offense continued to receive poor luck with posts and near misses. With three minutes remaining in the game, IU converted a five-meter penalty shot and despite peppering the Indiana cage with shots for the remainder of the game, Michigan could not complete the comeback and fell 5-3 to place fourth.

With the loss, Michigan's 2007 season came to an end. The CWPA Western Division Champions completed the season with a 24-16 record.


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GAME SUMMARY

By Period 1 2 3 4 F
Indiana 1 2 1 1 5
Michigan 0 1 0 2 3

Scoring
U-M Goals: Julie Hyrne 2, Terri Bukofzer.
IU Goals: Brooke Zimmerman 3, Kristin Zernicke, Melissa Soria.
U-M Goalkeeper: Kristen Davis (5 saves, 1 steal)
Ejections: U-M 12, IU 18

Contact: Matt Baumer (734) 763-4423




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2007 Eastern Championship All-Tournament Team


FIRST TEAM
Elizabeth Balassone, Brown
Kirsten Hudson, Hartwick
Elyse Colgan, Princeton
Keri James, Hartwick
Brooke Zimmerman, Indiana
Karina Reyner, Princeton
Natalie Kim, Princeton SECOND TEAM
Shana Welch, Michigan
Julie Hyrne, Michigan
Elizabeth Hopkins, Maryland
Meagan Gins, Bucknell
Melissa Soria, Indiana
Caitlin Fahey, Brown
Olivia Colebourne, Hartwick


Most Valuable Player: Kirsten Hudson, Hartwick
Richard Hunkler Coach of the Year: Luis Nicolao, Princeton

Brianthomasbuckeye 
Member
# Posted: 30 Apr 2007 20:05


Wait til next years recruits get to Columbus.

Natalie Diker 6' 4'' 210
Susan Carpetlick 6'1'' 189

2 5star recruits BLUEFAN, what now b*tch?!

The Michigan Man 
Member
# Posted: 30 Apr 2007 20:33


Where was OSU? Boy, you scabs are really declining. So much for "elite", hey losers?

What happened to "The Program" in women's water polo?

I have 3 words for Columbus: facilities, facilities, facilities. None of the water polo athletes want to play at Tosu because of the subpar facilities. They need to replace the above ground pool and slip & slide with a real olympic sized pool.

Not only do they need to build better facilities in Columbus, its about time they budget enough to hire a good pool maintenance guy like Carl Spackler from Caddyshack, who can get the pool in great condition for the big matches.

Brianthomasbuckeye 
Member
# Posted: 30 Apr 2007 21:56


The Michigan Man

A thumb in your eye, even our water sport facilities are brand Frickin new!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dedicated Oct. 14, 2005, the Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion is the newest addition to Ohio State's top-notch athletic facilities. Considered one of the finest competition pools in the nation, the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion's new technology will provide a venue for some of the fastest times in the country.

Holding nearly 1.56 million gallons of water in the entire facility, the Pavilion is part of Ohio State's new Recreation and Physical Activities Center (RPAC).

THE ONLY THING IT LACKS: a womens or mens water polo team...

michagain 
Member
# Posted: 1 May 2007 06:15


Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion

What Brian conveniently leaves out of the story is that this Pavilion also doubles as the wastewater treatment plant for Columbus.

venue for some of the fastest times in the country

True, once the swimmers realize what they are swimming in, they are down the other end of that pool and out so fast that new records should be broken.

bluefan 
Member
# Posted: 1 May 2007 19:32


Rivals has Dyker (learn how to spell, man) at a 3 star and Carpetlick at a weak 4. This is all over the Texarkana news wires. Get with the times!

Brianthomasbuckeye 
Member
# Posted: 1 May 2007 23:36


This is all over the Texarkana news wires.

Bravo. incredible research. you must spend 23.5 hrs a day on line finding scrap pieces of garbage to ridicule my Buckeyes...

The Michigan Man 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 05:27


This is all over the Texarkana news wires.

Bravo. incredible research. you must spend 23.5 hrs a day on line finding scrap pieces of garbage to ridicule my Buckeyes...


Who was it that originally referenced Texarkana news wires & blogs in a shameless attempt to bait their rivals into believing that they had lost their 5 star QB recruit? Hint: it wasn't a Michigan fan

Tressel owns Carr 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 08:02


I have 3 words for Columbus: facilities, facilities, facilities. None of the water polo athletes want to play at Tosu because of the subpar facilities. They need to replace the above ground pool and slip & slide with a real olympic sized pool.

Not only do they need to build better facilities in Columbus, its about time they budget enough to hire a good pool maintenance guy like Carl Spackler from Caddyshack, who can get the pool in great condition for the big matches.


A thumb in your eye, even our water sport facilities are brand Frickin new!!!!!!!!!!!!

"Dedicated Oct. 14, 2005, the Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion is the newest addition to Ohio State's top-notch athletic facilities. Considered one of the finest competition pools in the nation, the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion's new technology will provide a venue for some of the fastest times in the country.

Holding nearly 1.56 million gallons of water in the entire facility, the Pavilion is part of Ohio State's new Recreation and Physical Activities Center (RPAC)."

Good work Brianthomasbuckeye. I love it, Michigan Man was baited by a fellow UM poster. THE program is alive and well my subservient friends!

The Michigan Man 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 08:26


Dedicated Oct. 14, 2005, the Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion is the newest addition to Ohio State's top-notch athletic facilities.

Not according to the Texarkana Gazette (the source for my posting). According to Chief Editor / Part-time Janitor / Retired Cattle Ranch Worker Billy Joe Hayseed, the Tosu women's polo team pool is an above ground, round, aqua-blue pool with a ripped liner and a broken ladder to get in, with a 20 yard yellow slip & slide used for training. For cardio, they run through a sprinkler. Texarkana bloggers have my back on this one.

Tressel owns Carr 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 08:32


Admit it Michign Man, you got pimped big time *****!!!

The Michigan Man 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 08:50


Admit it Michign Man, you got pimped big time *****!!!

I have come to realize that not everyone has the ability to perceive sarcasm and farce. I assume that the rest of you do.

Tressel owns Carr 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 08:56


I think everyone is way past that stage with you. All you do is post mindless crap that clutters up this message board.

Todd 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 09:08


I think everyone is way past that stage with you. All you do is post mindless crap that clutters up this message board.

toc...you couldn't have described yourself any better. tMM continues to own you!!!

Tressel owns Carr 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 09:09




bluefan 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 21:40


Bravo. incredible research. you must spend 23.5 hrs a day on line finding scrap pieces of garbage to ridicule my Buckeyes...

I don't know if you know this or not but the Texarkana radio show is syndicated now. There's rumors flying that they are gonna be bigger than ESPN Radio in a few decades. I just tune in every morning on the way to work and on my lunch break. Check your local listings for Ohio stations that carry them.

The Michigan Man 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 21:46


I don't know if you know this or not but the Texarkana radio show is syndicated now.

Right now, unfortunately it is only available on CB.

"Breaker breaker, what's your 20 TOC? Mallett is leaving Michigan, do you copy good buddy?"

bluefan 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 21:49


Hey, MM, I'm thinking toc missed your sarcasm on my sarcasm on Bthomas' sarcasm, or something like that. Apparently I should apologize for "baiting" you.

The Michigan Man 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 21:53


Apparently I should apologize for "baiting" you.

Help me install my CB so I can receive the Texarkana radio show and I'll call it even, buddy.

bluefan 
Member
# Posted: 2 May 2007 21:55


Consider it done.

 

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