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18—The Daily Collegian Friday, Feb. 10, 1984
lcers face biggest challenge of year
By RICH BRADLEY
Collegian Sports Writer
The ice hockey team will face its
toughest challenge of the season
this weekend when it takes on for
mer NCAA Division I member
Notre Dame at 8 p.m. on Friday and
Saturday at the Cambria County
War Memorial Stadium in Johns
Penn State (17-12) has a three
game winning streak going into the
game, including two physical wins
over St. John's last weekend. Notre
Dame is 15-1 in its first year as a
The Fighting Irish played in the
National Collegiate Athletic Asso
ciation's Division I last year and is
going back to that classification
next season. A team in Division I
has between 15 and 20 players with
scholarships while a club team, like
Penn State, has no one.
"It's definitely going to be the
toughest game of the year," for
ward Brad Rush said. "We've been
looking forward to it all year."
"We, as a team, don't know what
to expect," goaltender John Davis
said. "They're going to be a heck of
a club. They'll probably be the best
team we'll play all year, in my
Head Coach Jon Shellington said
he intends to keep his lines on short
er shifts in order to keep up with the
speedy Fighting Irish.
"We've got to be moving," Shel-
'arkhill: Players can't regain their winning confidence
Continued from Page 15
In the majority of games during the night
marish streak, Penn State has been able to
play somewhat respectable ball against its
opponents. The Lions have had many opportu
nities to win the ballgames they lost. But,
unfortunately, the Lions have forgot how to
" "It's tough, really tough, on me and espe
cially on the kids," Penn State Head. Coach
:Bruce Parkhill said. "We should have won
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Lion Nick Pappas (center) gets sandwiched between two Ramapo players during action earlier this season at the Ice
Pavilion. The ice hockey team will meet Notre Dame tonight and tomorrow night at the Cambria County War Memorial
Stadium in Johnstown.
lington said. "We're not too worried
about getting physical, it's the
speed that we've got to stop. When
they drop the puck, we've got to be
ready to fly, 45 seconds at a crack."
Both goaltender Greg Moran and
captain Art McQuillan stressed it
this game. But it's to the point where the kids
don't think they can win a game. At least it
sure looked that way tonight."
It did look as though Penn State was finally
going to snap its unwanted string of misery
last night. The Lions came out in the first
quarter, playing like they were destined to
make the National Collegiate Athletic Asso
ciation's final four.
Led by Lion freshman Marshall Grier, who
was inserted into the starting role as a result
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will take a total team effort to beat
the Irish, who are allowing just
more than two goals per game.
"If we don't play every shift at 150
percent, we're going to be in trou
ble," Moran said. "For us to do well
against this level of competition, it's
of the sudden injuries that have plagued the
team, Penn State jumped to a seven point
lead, 19-12, with 7:42 to play.in the first half.
But, by paying close attention to the eight
game rut that the Lions have fallen into, early
leads don't mean a thing for Penn State. And,
like the streak, that theory was maintained
Yet another characteristic of the losing
streak is that the Lions have lost all their
eight games to Atlantic 10 teams. Which leads
going to require a total team ef
LION NOTES: Tonight's game
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Swimwomen hold on
to defeat Princeton
By DEBORAH J. STEPHENS
Collegian Sports Writer
The women's swimming and diving
team jumped out to an early lead last
night and held on to beat Princeton,
79-61, in its first win in Princeton's
Penn State Head Coach Bob Krim
mel said although the score appeared
close at the end, the Lady Lions were
in control of the meet early in the
At the end of the first eight' events,
Penn State lead 54-10. Of those eight
events, Penn State swept four: the 50-
and 200-yard freestyle, the 100-yard
breaststroke and the 200-yard butterf
Due to the early lead, Krimmel
decided to experiment with the lineup
to give those swimmers who were
participating in the last meet of the
season a chance to finish with a good
swim. Because of meet restrictions,
only select swimmers will be travel
ling to the Eastern Championships at
Brown University Feb. 23-25 and the
National Collegiate Athletic Associa
tion Championships in March.
It was the less experienced swim
mers, those who will miss Easterns,
that Krimmel said deserved praise
for their outstanding performances.
The veteran swimmers, however,
were once again very productive.
Junior Nancy Lines placed first in
the 100-yard butterfly and freshman
to the most evident of all the traits —every
time Penn State has lost, the opposing coach
has had nothing but praise for the team.
Which is not bad, considering the Lions' (5-14,
"It was a good win for us," Rams' Head
Coach Claude English said. "I think they
(Penn State) played a great game. You can't
lose the type of players they lost (due to
injury) and still expect to to have a cohesive
unit. It's difficult to play out of position, which
Nancy Foley placed second in that
event. Although Maureen Fitzgerald ,
garnered only third place in the 200-
yard butterfly, Krimmel said her
swim was her season best and she has
showed great promise next year.
"We accomplished a lot," Krimmel
said, "This meet gave those who will
miss Easterns a great chance to'
swim and they really contributed."
Senior Doreen Kase, who has al
ready captured a berth at Easterns
and has a chance at Olympic trials,
recorded one of the top times in the,
East in the 1000-yard freestyle, a
10 : 18.72
Although Penn State's Diving Head
Coach Bob Goldberg was apprehen
sive about the strong competition
from Princeton, Mary Ellen Clark,
placed first in the one-meter diving'
with an edge in degree of difficulty
and consistent dives. Freshman Col
leen Devaney did not capture any
point-winning places for the Lady
Lions, placing fifth in the one-meters
diving And fourth in the three-meter
Goldberg said he believed Devaney
was the best diver in competition last
night, however. Only her lack of
experience and lower degree of diffi- t 1
culty dives made the difference in 116
The Lady Lions will wait for two
weeks before select swimmers will
take the team record of 9-2 to Provhi
dence, R.I. for the Eastern
Championships at Brown.
is a tough adjustment for them."
And the last part of the characteristic cycle
will come tomorrow at practice when the
Lions trot out on the court and try to come up
With system that will win games:
"We have to take it one game at a time,"
Parkhill said. "I can't tell them (Lions)
anything right now, no words will do any good
tonight. I think talk is cheap, they have to go
out and beat someone."
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