Purdue 1, Michigan 0

Oct. 11, 2002

Recap |  Box Score

Senior midfielder Tari St. John runs out of the inflatable spirit tunnel at the Varsity Soccer Complex during starting lineup introductions.

The Boilermakers break formation after the singing of the National Anthem as they fire up to take on Michigan.

As the honorary Boilermaker-for-a-day soccer player looks on, the Boilermakers launch into their final ritual before kickoff.

Junior forward Annette Kent works the ball away from the defender in first-half action.

Kent prepares to take the free kick as the Boilermakers are set to close on the goal.

Senior defender Elise Berry sends the ball to the offense as senior midfield Jessica Baumhoff looks on.

Repeated strong attacks by the Boilermakers paid off early in the second half with the game's only goal.

Michigan defenders scramble to clear the ball from the box during the first half.

The Boilermakers had spacing but not numbers during the attack, which the Wolverine goalkeeper turned away.

A vocal crowd rallied by the Purdue cheerleaders backed the Boilermakers.

Play-by-play voice Mark Leddy (right) and color commentator Laura Schwenk call the action as technician Steve Hall makes adjustments. The Boilermakers will again be on WLAS-AM (1410) and purduesports.com Sunday at 1 p.m.