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March 01, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 102) • Page Image 9

… opposing arena. It's nothing new for the Wolverines - at least this season. Two weeks ago, Michigan put the finishing touches on a perfect confer- ence home mark (13-0-0) by easily sweeping Bowling Green…

…. Michigan has put on a show for the Yost faithful all season long, effortlessly pummeling any team that dare occupy the visitor's bench. But, when the Wolverines have left the comfortable confines of 1000 S…

October 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 14

… territory. Once there, though, they were met by stiff resistance on the part of the Wolverine defense. Penn State's shots were batted away, and the ball was cleared outof theMichigan zone. Smith praised her…

… conference games, tallying just two goals over that span. The lack of offensive punch is due to the fact that last year, the Wolverines' top two scorers graduated. Kalli Hose and Keely Libby accounted for 41…

… of Michigan's 106 points in 1993. Last year's third-leading scorer, Aaleya Koreishi, has been moved to defense to aid the development of the Wolverines' youth. Koreishi, who tallied 13 points last year…

…, now leads the defensive corps which features five under- classmen. FINALLY, A 'W': Michigan's 1-0 defeat of Penn State yesterday marks the first time the Wolverines have defeated the Nittany Lions. The…

Wolverines now sport a 1-5 lifetime record against Penn State. The victory also ended a four-game losing skid for Michigan and gave goalkeeper Rachael Geisthardt her second shutout this season. The Wolverines

Wolverines' Julie Flachs scored at the 8:31 mark of the first half against Penn State, it marked a number of firsts. Flachs' goal was the first scored by Michigan at home FIELD HOCKEY NOTEBOOK against a…

… conference opponent. It also ended a scoring drought of 144 minutes and 37 seconds by the Wolverines. The span last through Michigan's past three games, against Penn State, Ohio State and Iowa. The last time…

… the Wolverines scored was on a Koreishi goal at 13:08 of the first half versus the Hawkeyes. Flachs' goal leaves her in third place in total points for Michigan this season. Junior Gia Biagi lead the…

…, meanwhile, have only gone 2-for-10 How- ever, Ohio State was much more successful than the Wolverines' second weekend opponent, Penn State. The Buckeyes converted on two of three attempts, while the Nittany…

…, the Wolverines were able to sing their fight song while jogging the celebratory victory lap for the first time against a conference foe. Michigan is now 1-3 in the Big Ten, with losses to Ohio State…

December 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 41) • Page Image 9

… said. The intellectual stimulation that the Wolverines seek won't be found in Harvard's libraries, however. It will be found in the pool as they take on the Crimson, Boston Uni- Oversity and No. 13…

… Florida in the Harvard Invitational. Yet, only half of the Wolverines will be heading east. Michigan is also swimming at the Eastern Michi- gan Invitational tomorrow and Sat- urday. The contingent going to…

May 01, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 38) • Page Image 22

…22 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 1, 2000 Wolverines narrowly lose in BTT Bountiful Harvest-Wolverine Draftees. By Jeff Phillips Daity Sports Witer Tennis matches don't get any closer than the…

… go toe-to-toe with anyone in the top ten." After dropping the doubles point, the Wolverines pushed the Illini to the brink. Five of the six singles matches went to three sets - Michigan's Matt Wright…

… needed to win a second set tichreaker 10-8 against Graydon Oliver to send their match to a third set. Beam then lost the third set tiebreaker by an identical 10-8 score. Danny McCain was the only Wolverine

… disappointing," Michigan sophomore Ben Cox said. The Wolverines split the other three- set matches, with Cox winning at No. 5 singles and Zach Held losing at No. 6. "We will try and get past (the loss)," Cox…

… said, "but it will take awhile." Although it is probably no consolation for the Wolverines, their loss came to the eventual tournament champions. Yesterday, Illinois captured the Big Ten Championship…

… title by defeating Minnesota, 4-1. On Friday, Michigan avenged a previ- ous loss to Purdue by pounding the Boilermakers 4-1. The final two singles matches were abandoned after the Wolverines had clinched…

… the victory. "I am very proud of the way the guys played against Purdue," Mees said. After the Wolverines won the doubles point, Wright defeated the first of two top-35 opponents by cruising to a…

… straight-set victory against the Boilennakers' Jason Marshall. Henty Beam and Ben Cox picked up the other wins for the Wolverines in straight sets. The last time Michigan faced Purdue, the Wolverines played…

November 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 21) • Page Image 11

… to prepare them for the upcoming battles. This wasn't the case, however, for the Michigan Men's Volleyball team this weekend. Playing into the wee hours of the orning, the Wolverines defeated the nemy…

… Illi- hois in the finals, 15-7 and 17-16. In addition to beating Illinois, the Wolverines accomplished tough vic- ries over Ohio State and Michigan tate - the favorites coming into the start of the…

… firsthalfagainst Arizona, but exploded for five goals in the second. Freshman forward Kim Phillips led the Wolverine barrage with two goals while Whitney Ricketts, Alicia Treadway, MariaMarcis and Karen Jones each…

…," Michi- gan coach Debbie Belkin said. "It took us a couple ofminutes in the second half to get into a groove, but it was just a matter of time before we scored." Tied at zero at the half, Wolverine

… with two wins. The Wolverines defeated Nebraska and Arizona. I I RAISE YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS I I 4 4 4 I 44I ~1' I t 4 4 I I 44 44 I I I 6 I'' ; 1 I. .~.f …

December 01, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 61) • Page Image 9

… Crisler Arena court at halftime, the Michigan men's basketball team was at the lowest point of its surprisingly successful young season. The Wolverines were down 20 points to asteam that finished 17-92 in…

… Band director's crazy dances. But Michigan still had 20 minutes to play. The Wolverines began the second half with an explosive seven-minute, 15-0 run to squeak past a sup- posedly overmatched Savannah…

November 01, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 24) • Page Image 16

… Minnesota, 2-0. Scoring chances were no problem for Michigan against Alabama. But the Wolverines continued to struggle with finishing on their oppurtunities. Despite outshooting the Crimson Tide 35…

… with it goes the security of knowing that there will always be another game to play. Michigan will face Michigan State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament this Friday. If the Wolverines are…

February 01, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 70) • Page Image 16

… Michelle Slater, who were all given the night off, the Wolverines came out victo- rious in the meet. The Wolverines amassed 181.5 points for the victory, outdistancing second- place Central Michigan by 65…

… points. Eastern Michigan came in third. The Wolverines defeated several schools from around the state, including Michigan State, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Central Michigan, Detroit Mercy. The…

… Oded Padan and Ike Okenwa continued to emerge as solid contributors, and Jeremy Schneider made his first big splash as a Wolverine. Padan captured the long jump, set- ting a meet record of 24 feet, 5 1…

… cross country all-America, placed first in the 5,000-meter run, edging out teammate Mike Wisniewski, who came in third. In the midst of all the success, one Wolverine experienced an especially satisfying…

December 01, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 61) • Page Image 11

… off 25 straight power-play chances, a streak that didn't end until Minne- sota scored on a 2-man advantage in the second period of Michigan's 6-3 win Friday. But in the Wolverines' 3-0 loss to Wisconsin…

… the next night, the power-play and penalty-killing units proved ineffective. The Wolverines gave Wiscon- sin nine opportunities on the man advantage and it converted twice. Badger forward Michael Davies…

…. But the poor win-loss total isn't entirely his fault - the Wolverine offense has made Sau- er's life in net miserable. In his two wins, Sauer received a total of eight goals of support. In his six…

… losses, the Wolverines scored just four total goals. In Saturday's 3-0 loss to Wis- consin, the senior played spectac- ular through the first two periods. The game was scoreless through 40 minutes. With 12…

… through two periods, pen- alties killed the Wolverines. Sauer saved 13 shots in the sec- ond period when the Wolverines spent much of the period down a man. Though two third-period power-play goals doomed…

Wolverines to win, but instead ea of Michigan killing off penalties, co penalties killed the Wolverines. gi Wisconsin had five straight d power-play chances in the second m period, and was onthe man advan…

…- tage nine times total, compared to en three for the Wolverines. fit Two power-play goals in the th third period were the difference ha in the game. Freshman defensemen Greg w Pateryn's hooking penalty…

June 01, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 144) • Page Image 39

… stuck in flashback mode, BURKE their mind wandering to Goin' to Work losses at Wisconsin, Illi- April 2, 2004 nois, Iowa, Minnesota and Indiana - games where the Wolverines played so well for so long…

…, only to collapse in the waning moments. But last night, something strange happened: Michigan didn't fold. Instead, the Wolverines tightened up their defense and rediscovered their confidence on offense…

April 01, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 147) • Page Image 10

…SPORTS Page 10 Wednesday, April 1, 1981 BLUE NINE S WEEPS HOME OPENER FROM GRAND VALLEY Wolverines destroy Lakers 12-2, The Michigan Daily, 1O- By JOHN KERR Although the sky was blue, the…

… weren't of the same. caliber as the Wolverines dominated both ends of a doubleheader, winning the first game after only 41% in- nings on the "mercy" rule, 12-2, and the second contest, 10-4, yesterday…

… couple of real nice hit and run plays. I thought we played well defensively also." Michigan wasted no time in getting on the board in both games. In the opener, after Wolverine starter Mark Clinton had…

… retired the Lakers in the top of the first, Michigan bombarded Grand Valley with six runs in the bot- tom of the stanza. The Wolverines had only two hits in the inning, but Laker hurler Greg Walter aided…

…'s first pit- ch down the right field line for a double. Tim Miller scored Hool with a base hit and Chris Sabo walked to put Wolverines on first and second. Lef- tfielder Rich Stoll tapped an easy grounder…

… Stoll occupied second. With Michigan holding a 4-0 advan- tage, Middaugh flashed the suicide squeeze sign to Wolverine batter Jeff Jacobson. While Sabo charged in from third on the pitch, Jacobson laid…

… right field that cleared the fence for his second home run of theseason. The second game started out as if it were a carbon copy of the opener, as the Wolverines greeted Laker starter Bob Opland with five…

… runs and six hits in the bottom of the first inning. The first four Wolverines, Schulte, Stober, Paciorek, and Hool, all singled and Miller followed them with a double that scored Paciorek and Hool, and…

April 01, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 94) • Page Image 8

…8 - Tuesday, Aprill1, 2014 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Five Things We Learned: 'M'takes 2-of-3 from Iowa By BRAD WHIPPLE Daily Sports Writer 1. When the Wolverines are good, they…

…'re elite. The Michigan baseball team had asuccessful week. The Wolverines have won four of their last five games, including three in the Big Ten and two by one run. Wednesday, they toppled Western Michigan…

November 01, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 38) • Page Image 9

… Daily Sports Editor STATE COLLEGE - On Michigan's first possession of its 41-31 loss to Penn State in Happy Valley, the Wolverine offense went three-and-out. And with the way Michigan's defense has played…

… up 14-7 at the end of the first quarter. Michi- gan's defense forced its first punt in the second quarter and the Wolverines came See HAPPY VALLEY, Page 3B By TIM ROHAN Daily SportsEditor STATE…

…-important down. But the Wolverines had a chance to jump out to a strong start after forcing a quick 3rd-and-10 on the Nittany Lions' first drive. McGloin dropped back, saw an open- ing to the left and scrambled…

… clean up the little things, keep working." The Wolverines' defense ranks 95th nationally on third-down conversions, and Michigan is No. 106 in total defense. Penn State's success on third down was no…

Wolverines Michigan stopped the Nittany Lions just once in the first half and allowed 28 points, which tied with Youngstown State for the most allowed to Penn State in a half all season. The Wolverines could…

… long plays. The backbreaker was the touchdown the Wolverines allowed on the Nittany Lions' last possession before the half. A booted kickoff started Michigan inside its own five-yard line and the Wolver…

…- ines' ensuing three-and-out gave Penn State great field position, At the time, Michigan trailed just 21-10 and needed a stop in the worst way. After a 17-yard screen pass, the Wolverines defense answered…

… mechanics, cranking up its inten- sity, and flat-out finding ways to score in game two. The Wolverines' past four games have been a rollercoaster - and thanks to junior forward David Wohlberg, they didn…

…'t spare any dramatics this week- end. Michigan earned a 2-2 tie with a shootout loss in Big Rapids Fri- day before returning to Yost to win Saturday, 3-2. But through- out the Wolverines' recent iden- tity…

… and was out-shot 11-3 in the first period. Ferris State led by two half- way through the third period due to the Wolverines' comsbina- tion of sloppy passing and dif- ficulty keeping the puck in the…

June 01, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 126) • Page Image 14

Wolverines kept bat- tling. Leading the his team, Bush kept battling after what coach Geoff Zahn called a "tough loss." Leading off Michigan's lineup in the eighth, up by two runsiWt second game against…

… the year and broke the hits in a single season record. More importantly the two- run dinger gave the Wolverines putting them ahead 4-3. "I just wanted to fight off the off-speed and hopefully get a fast…

March 01, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 85) • Page Image 16

… opened up with full court pressure against a Michigan team that had no true ball- handlers, forcing the Wolverines into 27 turnovers. Luckily for the Wolverines, McCall, and Jen Nuanes, who was home with…

…, "Who will go down next?" "Right when we get eight or nine players, we lose a couple," Andrew said. "One will come back then we lose another." For now, the Wolverines will have to put up with the…

June 01, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 123) • Page Image 11

…,000 for the men, as well as the 3,000 steeplechase. Kevin Sullivan will run his last race as a Wolverine on Saturday night when he competes in the 1,500. Brian Theisen will fill out the men's squad, running…

… over 10 seconds behind fourth top-ranked Washington, which claimed fied. its second straight rowing title. Th- in the second-varsity eight race, the Wolverines also finished fifth, with a time of 7…

…:19.70, behind Virginia Washington Brown and Prinetond Te Wolverines' finishi was 8. 50 seconds off of the Cavaliers' first-place mark. In the varsity four, the Wolverines C'1 RI ® U S MEXICAN CAFE eye' Ann Arbor…

… get its first-ever national crown. While the Wolverines didn't bring home a national title this season, they eared many other noteworthy honors. Michigan finished tied for fifth in the nation with a 56…

…-7 record. The final NFCA poll placed them at sixth. The Wolverines finished 22-1 in Big Ten play, 7.5 games ahead of second-place Northwestern. Only a 7-4 loss to Michigan State on April 12th kept Michigan…

… rightfielder homered in the first inning of the regional championship game, eventually sending Michigan to its fourth consecutive Women's College World Series. It was fitting that a home run led the Wolverines

Wolverines in the regular season, but the defense was an integral part in gaining the College World Series berth. Third baseman Pam Kosanke was a vacuum during the Big Ten Tournament, coming up with six…

… delegation to the NCAA Track and Field Championships. On your marks ... get set ... got (to Buffalo) Who: Michigan s ime's and women's track and field Wolverine. His partner in crime,John Mortimer, will teams…

… -- 1.5 seconds t Michigan's varsity four finished behind the Wolverines n the petite finals - the runner-up - giving them a seventh-place fin- w verall. Their time of 7:57.70 in the SU M M ER'S final…

… would have given them h place in the final had they quali- H ER E! e Wolverines were behind Iowa's London $4491 CHARDSON'S Itudent discounts on exams and eyeglasses Great Brands TommyHilfiger Calvin…

June 01, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 144) • Page Image 42

…- By Eric Ambinder cent of the offensive production this "We never really thought we cent in the second half, couldn't Daily Sports Writer season for the Wolverines (2-3, 9-9). would stop her," Mc…

… Michigan's main ingredients Price was the first Wolverine other happens if Jennifer Smith can't the contest. lacking, no other Wolverines were than Smith, Gandy or Pool to score a score? "They were doubling…

… beginning. coach said. BURKE Continued from Page 23 Michigan season in years. But this Michigan team may have accomplished more ina postsea- son NIT than any team ever has. Ina mere two weeks, the Wolverines

… percent from the free throw line. The Wolverines did everything they could in the second half to let Rutgers back into it, and there's no question they looked more like an NIT champion team than ateam that…

… should challenge Duke or Connecticut. But what the Wolverines also looked like was a team that finally came together and finally learned how to win. If that was the only thing that Michigan took from the…

… NIT, then the postseason trip would have been well worth it. But, it obviously wasn't the only thing the Wolverines managed to accomplish at Madison Square Garden. In one five-game postseason run, this…

… how big something like that could be for this team next year, and for this pro- gram in the future. Last night, this team - this program - took a huge step forward. And the Wolverines did so by putting…

December 01, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 34) • Page Image 9

…'t envision his team losing 17 games this season, but he's coming to terms with that reality after Saturday. The Wolverines fell to Illinois in four sets to end the season, 25-22, 20-25,14-25,14-25. Michigan (8…

… next three sets and spoiled any hopes of ending the season on a high note. The Wolverines' record doesn't qualify them for the NCAA Tournament, and now they're forced to reconcile their record as they…

… competitive when we step on the court for a game." Illinois started three seniors, while setter Lexi Iannemiller was the only senior on the floor for Michigan. More notably, four of the six Wolverine

… equal. The Wolverines' attack had new energy in the next set, running the offense well. But a few spectacular defensive plays and the ability to score in transition kept the Illini on top and made…

… Dannemiller, who has over 5,000 assists over her distinguished career and was named to the preseason All-Big Ten Team. If the Wolverines . are to improve on their 2014 record, her absence next year undoubtedly…

…-7 lead, the Wolverines' defense allowed an 83-yard drive at the end of the first half that tied the game. The Buckeyes ultimately scored on the first drive in the third quarter. Going into halftime with…

… before defeating the Wolverines. That's not to say Michigan would have won Saturday had they not to do," said junior guard Caris LeVert. "We pride ourselves on not losing two games in a row." In fact, the…

Wolverines haven't lost two straight games since back-to-back road defeats at Wisconsin and Michigan State on Feb. 9 and 12, 2013, and they made sure not to let Tuesday's loss to Villanova send them into a…

… Saturday. Nicholls State didn't have the defense to stop the Wolverines, and while LeVert wouldn't admit Michigan took Saturday's game more lightly than any other, he was happy to see things run smoothly. "I…

… know I played less minutes than I normally do, so that was good today," he said. The Wolverines got the bounces they didn't seem to get in Brooklyn. Junior guard Spike Albrecht - who started in Walton…

April 01, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 104) • Page Image 12

… 105 104 101 By Evan Braunstein Daily Sports Writer To say that the Michigan softball team is playing well doesn't do the team justice. The Wolverines have won their past six games and 16 of their past…

… Penn State today to play its second conference series of the season. The Wolverines have won their past nine contests against the Nittany Lions (2-1 Big Ten, 10-13-1 overall). Still, they don't take…

February 01, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 70) • Page Image 9

…. The Wolverines handed the Spartans their worst loss in coach Ron Mason's tenure at the school, an 11-1 thrashing. It was the conclusion to a big weekend for Michigan coach Red Berenson's club. The…

… previous evening, Michigan crushed Illinois- Chicago, 8-1. The Wolverines made sure the Spartans never had a chance, firing in five goals on nine shots in the first period. Michigan blasted 47 shots on goal…

Wolverine goals. He gunned in his 11th goal of the season in the third period. It was a season-high point total for Roberts Several of the assists came off moves that even left Berenson a lit- tle stunned…

… scoring the Wolverines will need down the stretch. "I was real happy," Knuble said. "I felt a little extra spring in my step. The guys on the team have been real supportive. (The goals) didn't go in at the…

… beginning, but then I got some breaks." Two other Wolverines blasted in two goals apiece. Dan Stiver came riumphs up with one tally in the first and a shorthanded goal off the rebound of a Roberts shot in…

… outward displays of Spar- tan arrogance. Michigan, an early power in college hockey, owned Michigan State in the early years of the Spartan program. The Wolverines won the first NCAA hockey championship in…

… Michigan State. The Wolverines continued to field quality squads throughout the 1960s and '70s with the sporadic occurrence of losing seasons. With the arrival of coach Ron Mason in East Lansing in 1979…

… Spartan program around. Michigan State won the national crown in 1986 and has been in the semifinals five of the past nine seasons. While the Spartans were rising to national prominence, the Wolverines were…

Wolverine cagers, 88-80 by Andy De Korte Daily Basketball Writer IOWA CITY - Iowa's style of play echoed its state's geographic features - steady. The Wolverine basketball team more closely resem- bled the…

March 01, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 87) • Page Image 8

… ELIZABETH UPPMAN/Daily Maurice Taylor and the rest of the Wolverines hope to handle the Illini Sunday in Champaign. Grapplers ready for Big Tens The Michigan wrestling team will be in East…

… Lansing March 9-40 for the Big Ten Championships. The Wolverines (6-21 Big Ten, 12-5-1 overall) are looking to dethrone 1995 national champion Iowa. That may prove to be a difficult task because the…

February 01, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 84) • Page Image 9

Wolverines' come-from-behind 5-4 victory on Saturday against the Spartans. The Wolverines got out to a 3-0 start through the first period before giving up the lead on four unanswered goals. Summers steps up…

… to lead Wolverines past Spartans Botched call stripped 'M' of potential sweep By MICHAEL FLOREK DailySports Writer DETROIT - In a season full of questions for the Michi- gan hockey team, senior cap…

December 01, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 60) • Page Image 11

… the ball. These opposing points of view are why coaches are coaches and players are players. Why was Michigan coach Tommy Amaker so concerned about offense after the Wolverines' 74-67 loss to North…

… as to why he was worried about his offense. "We continued the trend of not being able to make open shots," Amaker said. "And I think it's frus- trating for our team." The Wolverines must show that they…

June 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 11) • Page Image 17

…SPORTS Friday, June 1, 1984 The Michigan Daily Page 17 Wolverines to clash with Titans By ROB POLLARD Anything can happen. It's a cliche most coaches pull out when asked how their team will do in…

… up to zero." "Any team that is out there has a chance," added Middaugh. The experts are giving the Titans more of a chance than the Wolverines. Fullerton is ranked third, while Michigan is ranked…

… Wednesday's 4-3 Wolverine win over Central Michigan. Michigan took the Mideast regional in three straight games to earn its fourth trip to the College World Series in five years. RAIN SENDS WOLVERINES TO…

… VIDEO ARCADE BEFORE FINAL TRIUMPH 'M' batsmen cash in Chips, 4-3 w By ROB POLLARD In between playing video games and going to movies, the Michigan Wolverines did what they went to Mt. Pleasant to do…

… three days of rain-outs. "It was very frustrating." The Wolverines passed most of the free time created by rain-outs by drop- ping quarters into slots rather than bunts down the third-base line. "We…

… say. Ken Hayward's two-out, two-run double to left center knocked in the tie- breaking runs and the Wolverines got four more in the inning for an 8-2 win. Hayward also got the win in relief, raising his…

… record to8-2. On Wednesday against Central Michigan the Wolverines found them- selves trailing after eight innings, 3-2. Starter Kamieniecki was hurt by the longball; two of the Chippewas three runs came…

… Fisher at first allowing the tying and winning runs to score, and emptying the Wolverines dugout onto the field in a state of ecstasy. …

February 01, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

…01 Page 8-Sunday, February 1, 1981-The Michigan Daily Wolverines bump Badgers, 74-67 By JON MORELAND Special to the Daily MAI)ISON -- It began to look like the s Aold story. The Michigan basket…

… to a 74-67 victory. THE WIN RAISED Michigan's r ecord to 5-3 in the Big Ten (14-3 I,",0all) and dropped Wisconsin to 2-6 * -3 overall). lr'iiing 31-28 at halftime, the Wolverines came out of the locker…

Wolverine in double figures, finishing with 16. Bailey added 21 points for the Badgers and center Larry Petty chip- ped in 11. Wisconsin was only able to get eight points out of the rest of its players…

… what some Michigan fans at Northwestern labeled a "gravy" road trip, the Wolverines disposed of Northwestern and Wisconsin to raise their conference mark to 5-3. An easy road trip, right? Don't tell head…

… coach Bill Frieder that. "If we're to be competitors, we've got to beat the teams near the bottom," he said after the Wolverines' 74-67 victory yesterday. "Last year we were 3-3 at this stage and faced a…

December 01, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 44) • Page Image 16

…68 - The Michigan Daily -SPORTSMonday - December 1, 1997 1997-98 ich igan V[7 I om --I Guevara has Blue back on track Second-year coach has lofty goals for this year's Wolverines 4 Molly…

… season, Guevara shattered all expectations as Michigan's interim coach, leading the Wolverines to a 15-1l record, 7-9 in Big Ten play. In February of last season, then- Michigan Athletic Director Joe…

April 01, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 108) • Page Image 11

… this weekend. The Wolverines will head down south for 'matches against North Carolina to- -day and William and Mary tomor- row. The Wolverines are playing great .tennis. Last weekend they won back to…

… freshmen OBojanaJankovic and Sarah Cyganiak were all singles winners. The overwhelming success con- 'tinued for the Wolverines the follow- ing day at Iowa when the doubles team of Lacher and Fielding led the…

… third game that allowed Purdue to get ahead." Lee also mentioned the loss of se- nior outside hitter Bill Seeley in the third game as a factor in the Wolverine's loss of concentration. With the score 9- 8…

Wolverines the second-ranked squad in their group. The top three teams from each pool will advance to the championship round, with each first-place team getting a bye to the semifinals and each second…

…." Bill Seeley and captain Stan Lee lead Michigan into this weekend's Big Ten meet. The team is seeded third behind Ohio State and Michigan State. Wolverine golf teams attempt to overcome frigid weather…

… delightful... Hopefully for the Michigan men's golf team, at least the second half of that line will ring true. Having left wintry Ann Arbor for the warmer climes of Dallas, the Wolverines hope to start the…

… two Wolverines to indi- vidually place in the top 10 of an event thus far. The other is another freshman, Chris Brockway. "(Dobbs) has a heck of a lot of maturity," coach Jim Carras said. "He is a good…

February 01, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 88) • Page Image 8

… The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom Friday, February 1, 2008 -- 8 0 MINNESOTA 77, MICHIGAN 65 Wolverines get rLoning for the Dast revenge on Irish v v i Revei Notre t freshma With the, sc…

…-1) rested solely on and Kentucky, the Wolverines (0- an Denise Muresan's racket. 2) started out yesterday's quest for -- revenge with a solid effort, earning ore NOTRE DAME 3 the pivotal doubles point, 2…

February 01, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 87) • Page Image 9

… poorly washed window: lots of streaks. Dating back to the Great Lakes Invitational, the Wolverines have won ten straight games. Along the way, the Maize and Blue have rattled off eight consecutive…

… victories away from the friendly confines of Yost Ice Arena Both of those strings will be on the line this weekend when the Wolverines head south to the tropi- cal climates of Columbus, Ohio, to take on the…

… streaking Wolverine squad. "That could be one of the rewards for playing really well between now and the end of the year," Berenson said. "I think what we do, not only in the rest of the season, but in the…

… hit the big shot for the Wolverines. The most likely candidate: senior captain Demetrius Calip. The guard did just that as he nailed two straight three-pointers, the second one with just 24 seconds…

…. "That's what your senior captain is supposed to do. We don't have a big margin for error. To win, we have to make important plays." The victory gives the Wolverines a 3-6 Big Ten record (10-9 overall…

February 01, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 70) • Page Image 14

… significantly shorter Wolverines in Friday's home contest. Compare that six to Michigan's two, and it becomes evident from where the 30-point margin of Iowa's victory stemmed. The point is this: as well as…

… Iowa, the Wolverines faced a squad equal in depth as it was in height. Stringer not only brought the country's third-ranked team into Ann Arbor ready to pounce on Michigan, as demonstrated by Iowa's 24…

December 01, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 70) • Page Image 11

…McGEE, HUBBARD, AND BODNAR PACE ATTACK: Wolverines BY GARY KICINSKI The old adage that "good things come in threes" was never more apparent than at Crisler Arena last night, as the Michigan…

Wolverines rode the scoring touches of three players in conquering Central Michigan, 87-78, in the opening game of the season. Relying almost entirely on the out- side shooting of forward Mike McGee, guard…

… has one thing on his mind, assist, as he looks to pass off in last night's action at Crisler Arena.-The playmaking freshman from Detroit Mackenzie ran the Wolverine offense along with smooth…

…-shooting sophomore guard Marty Bodnar for the majority of the Wolverines 87-78 opening game victory over Central Michigan. The Wolverines next must tangle with Alabama at Crisler on Saturday. Hawks nip Knicks SCORES…

June 01, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 144) • Page Image 13

… pinch-run- ner Shoney Hixson took off for home. Milian's throw was almost perfect, but a bad hop took Wolverines' catcher Monica Schock off of the base path. The slight misfortune ensured that Hixson…

… sure she got around the tag. It was a great play, and it just didn't happen for us."R x It was Michigan's second heartbreaking loss of r the tournament. The Wolverines were defeated 3- 2 in a 13-inning…

April 01, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 108) • Page Image 10

… they have a man in the penalty box, allowing goals just 12.2 percent of the time. The Wolverines, meanwhile, kill off 86.7 percent of their penalties. While playing a man up, Michigan has buried the puck…

… in the net 25.7 percent of the time. The Michigan defense will have to use its strength along the boards and in the corners if the Wolverines plan on playing in Saturday's championship game against the…

… second-seeded Michigan (30-6-3), Wolverine junior netminder Steve Shields just may have to will his team to victory. Shields was steady throughout the season but garnered little praise. Going into this…

… markedly from last year. But he still does not get the respect across the country many Wolverines say they feel he de- serves. If he has his career-best game against the once-beaten Black Bears, in front of…

… 60 feet. It was almost miraculous that the Wolverines recovered from the setback to win in overtime. Today's game will be the 40th game of Michigan's season, and Shields saw action in 38 of the pre…

…- vious 39. This workhorse has to be the key for the Wolverines as they tackle the long-awaited challenge of facing Maine. "I'm pretty sure the Maine game is not going to be 2-1," Shields said. "We should…

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June 01, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 139) • Page Image 12

…-large bid by winning the con- ference tournament. But instead, the Hawkeyes knocked the Wolverines out of contention, ending their season. "We were right in it today," Dufek said. "(I) thought we were going…

… not retire a batter before Kyle Knudson singled, sending home the winning run. The Wolverines had no time to dwell on the heartbreaking loss, though, as they had a rematch with Iowa the next day…

November 01, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 41) • Page Image 9

… looks to tournament looming next weekend, weekend's the tendency to overlook two non- s to top conference games at the end of the ninn season is easy to understand. But the Wolverines must avoid a…

… positively to adversity. The Wolverines set a new school record for consecu- tive wins (14), a streak that was snapped at the hands of Old Dominion. The Monarchs handed Michigan its second loss providing the…

February 01, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 73) • Page Image 8

… Michigan State. But it's not a red- letter date for the Wolverines, and it won't be an intense, hate-filled battle. Because swimming is a passive sport, and competitors race against the clock more than their…

… to that Michigan's continual dom- inance of Michigan State, and the usual- ly intriguing matchup becomes just another meet. But that doesn't mean it's entirely insignificant. For the Wolverines (3…

December 01, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 44) • Page Image 12

…12- The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 1, 1995 Wolverines look to contain ackson, Gamecocks at Crisler By Jim Rose Daily Sports Writer After two road wins during the holi- day weekend without…

… starters Pollyanna Johns and Jennifer Brzezinski, the Michigan women's basketball team was giving thanks for its depth. The Wolverines (2-0) hope to have the two starters back fortonight's home- opener, when…

April 01, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 108) • Page Image 10

… Baseball vs. Michigan St. (DH) Sunday, 1 p.m. Fisher Stadium S Softball vs. Ohio State (DH) Today, 3 p.m. Alumni Field Wolverines do Tour-dc-Michigan 'M' plays at Spartans tomorrow, return to…

… Fisher Stadium Sunday By SCOTT BURTON wreaked havoc on Michigan's prena- the collegiate Pla er f the Year-has The Wolverine nitchers chbold get i DAILY BASEBALL WRITER When Ernie Banks said "let's play…

…. The Wolverines' bats have come alive the past five games after a slump against Arizona State. Michigan knocked in just under five runs a game over that span, and raised its team average to .271…

… spirits of the Michi- gan softball team. The Wolverines are just happy to finally be at home after an arduous preseason jaunt. Michigan (12-14) will host two doubleheaders this weekend against Big Ten rival…

… and 22nd-ranked Ohio State (13-9) at Alumni Field. r This weekend marks the beginning of the Wolverines' home season and their quest for a third consecutive Big Ten title. The team plans to put its…

… need to focus on what we're good at as a team." 2' The Wolverines' struggles as of late have not been due to their lack of skills. Despite its two losses to Notre Dame on Wednesday, Michigan still…

… managed to pound out 17 hits. Rather, the team has had difficulty in sustain- well." Michigan returns several standouts from last year's championship squad. The Wolverines will depend on cap- tain Mary…

… Campana, 1993 first team All-Big Ten infielder, to lead them to victory. Junior Kelly Kovach, a member of the All-Big Ten second team, will take her 7-7 record and 1.04 ERA to the mound for the Wolverines

… fold at the Wolverines expense, though. Ohio State is tabbed as one of the favorites in the Big Ten this year and looks to avenge the Wolverines' four game sweep last season. Pitcher Genice Turley has…

…. "There's no excuse in the win- loss column," Hutchins said. "We're not going to blame it on the youth or we're not going to attribute it to anything." The Wolverine's disappointing pre- season record doesn…

January 01, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 75) • Page Image 14

… TIJE AlICIII(-.W'-,XN DAIIA I'll U"ICSDAV, JANUARY 1, 1948 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1948 =-' -79= It V11 Warns Coast by rouncing S ord, 49-13, Wolverines Pi Up 42-0 Halftie…

… tackle and went over. Jim Brieske booted the first of his seven straight conversions. Less than two minutes later, Len Ford, Wolverine end, recovered a Stanford fumble. Two plays and a 15-yard unnecessary…

… rough- ing penalty moved the ball to - __---------- the Indian 10, where Bump El- liott, running off the famous Lite-Ups A ,1 Daily-Lmanian OUTTA MY WAY-All-American Bob Chappuis (49), shifty Wolverine

… Sweat A sun-burned throng of more than 65,000 yesterday poured out of Michigan Stadium after viewing a heavily favored Wolverine team steamroller the Stanford Indians, 49-13. Predicted rain failed to…

… on grid fans. Turn-About Wolverine fans did a turn-about early in the game, cheering every scoring attempt of the underdog Stanford eleven. And thundering Michigan cheers greeted both Stanford…

Wolverine Soboleski..... fullback spun into a gaping hole, WilkinsI on the Michigan 39-yard line, White ....... C ......., broke out into the clear, shook Yerges.......Q. loose from a headgear tackle, slowed…

… minutes old. StanfGAd ... 280 14 The last bolt of Wolverine first Stanford......0 0 quarter lightning struck suddenly Michigan scoring-Tou after Michigan had been penal- l'%ann, C. Elliott, Weise ized for…

… end went up and hauled it Edickson, Coker. Poin in on his fingertips to inake it touchdown: Mervin. four touchdowns in eight and a half minutes. halfeminues.Rquarter. The passing of Wolverines Rest…

… string quarterback Morris Then the Wolverine scoring at- running of little Wayne1 tack took a 13 minute siesta, dur- and Mickey Titus spark ing which time the Indians had ford's second half play. nothing…

February 01, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 70) • Page Image 12

….' Unfortunately for the Wolverines, they have rarely been able to coordinate y these times to happen at once. It seems that if the defense is clicking, the offense and/or special teams are strug- gling, or vice…

… versa. These problems seem to be magni- T.J. fled even more when the Wolverines BERKA travel away from Yost Ice Arena. While Teeing its normal for a team to play better in Off the comforts of home than in…

December 01, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 44) • Page Image 10

… every game this season and was averaging 6.5 points and 4.3 rebounds per game, is expected to return for Wednesday's game against Bradley. Smith's return will hopefully give the Wolverines an extra boost…

…, Ariz. native elicited more crowd noise than the Wolverines could all evening. The reserve may have been fazed by the taunts, going the length of the game without attempting a shot. But at least he gave…

December 01, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 44) • Page Image 11

… the Wolverines, scor- ing two game- tying goals in Friday's game and netting one goal yesterday. innesota coach Doug Woog, who, for some reason, just can not find a way to beat Michigan. Icers earn…

…. Without an edge, sticks wouldn't be able to make a clean swipe at the puck. Without an edge, the Michigan hockey team ... well, the Wolverines probably don't know what they'd do without an edge, because…

…-foot-three center Pollyannna Johns is more than just a big body, she's the Wolverine's best chance at a Big Ten championship I. fV gICIOL '41 1\ xI I. s z By Josh Kleinbaum Daily Sports Writer ewind to 1993…

… senior class. While the outgoing Wolverines leave behind many good memories of their careers, there is always something missing. Until now. 13 :- [E. .rrr a rolr. lract:- ern n -av thi a Senior center…

… a driven women." MARGARET MYERS/Daily Panthers ruin Wolverines' weekend in the sun By Andy Latack Daily Sports Writer The good side: The Michigan women's basketball team got to spend its…

February 01, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 70) • Page Image 16

… team enjoyed success Saturday when it ventured next door to Ypsilanti to compete at the East- ern Michigan Open. In an unscored meet, the Wolverines placed well against host Eastern Michigan, Cen- tral…

… high jumpers did real well," Michigan assistant coach Mike McGuire said. "Monika Black did a good job." Laura Jerman and Lisa Adams represented the Wolverines in the pentathalon for the first time this…

February 01, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 100) • Page Image 9

… in the knee area of his left leg during last- Thursday's game against Purdue, said coach Bill Frieder yesterday. The 6-3 guard had started all 17 of the Wolverines' games before missing Saturday…

… Jim Bullock who was driving to the basket for a lay-up. The loss of Rockymore leaves the Wolverines in a bind, having only two guards left on scholarship - Eric Turner and Dan Pelekoudas. Although…

… 135 117 74 Women tankers continue to roll By ADAM SCHWARTZ According to coach Stu Isaac, "We were really flat for the meet." Yet that did not stop the Wolverine women tankers from rolling over Michigan…

… is starting to do every day what she did in the big meets," said Isaac. "She's doing it consistently now." The Wolverines end their dual meet season February 11 against Eastern Michigan at 7:30 at Matt…

…'s hobpsters feel. Twice this past weekend the Wolverines had a victory within reach late in the game. But both times Michigan, now 3-15 overall and 1-7 in the Big Ten, broke down in the stretch. And the same as…

… when CRISP goes on the fritz - just when you need it most. FRIDAY NIGHT at Purdue, the Wolverines collapsed with the lead and five minutes to go, dropping an 80-72 decision to the Boilermakers. Then on…

…. Sophomore Peg Harte led the Wolverines with 24 points, and freshman Wendy Bradetich added a career-high 21, but impotent shooting from the field (39 percent) cost the Wolverines down the stretch. THE…

March 01, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 78) • Page Image 8

… and the MSU 22-6; Nittany Lions last week in When: Sun- Ann Arbor, the day 4 P.M. fourth-ranked Where: Crisler Wolverines have Center another stretch TV/Radio: that could be CBS more telling than their…

… than the previous one. The Wolverines host the Spar- tans (11-4, 22-6) on Sunday, and though Michigan State put a 75-52 drubbing on Michigan in East Lansing on Feb. 12, the Spartans are on a small slide…

Wolverine frontcourt, with a healthy Jordan Morgan, hasn't produced like it did at the begin- ning of the conference season, especially in rebounding. With the sophomore at the helm of the offense, protecting…

…, and Michigan will add a resume- boosting win over one of the best teams in the nation. But as both Izzo and Beilein noted, if either the Spartans or Wolverines want to stop their recent slides, they…

Wolverines by 23 earlier this month, comes to town. Spartan head coach Tom Izzo knows a thing or two about beating Michigan, and after the game in East Lansing, he said that his team had an "axe to grind." A…

… Ryan, it was the last shot she would ever take on the Crisler Center floor. Ryan swiftly sunk the basket as she's done throughout her 123 appear- ances as a N-WESTERN 50 Wolverine, MICHIGAN 55 but this…

… expression - one of reflection. "At those moments, it kind of hits home that this it," Ryan said. In their final home game, the Wolverines' five seniors ensured their swan song wouldn't be spoiled by…

… Northwestern. They imposed their domi- nance on offense, accounting for 52 of the Wolverines' 55 total points. The Wildcats (5-10 Big Ten, 13-15 overall) attempted to make a late run but couldn't overcome 18…

December 01, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 61) • Page Image 12

…I 4B -The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - December 1, 2003 4 Friday's game Saturday's game 0 WISCONSIN BADGERS MICHIGAN WOLVERINES 3 1 it MINNESOTA GOPHERS MICHIGAN WOLVERINES. 4 2 4 01…

… thing the Wolverines could take solace in: Junior forward Jason Rynzar is healthy and looks like the imposing scoring threat that fans expected to see when the season began. Ryznar, who sat out the first…

December 01, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 61) • Page Image 13

… follow up on its first two games, in which the Wolverines forced Oakland and High Point into a combined 38 turnovers. The Wolverines opted to utilize a half- court trap in the first half of the game…

…, applying double teams to the Bulldogs' point xo'x guards. The strategy brought both good and bad for Michigan. On the positive side, the Wolverines forced 12 first-half turnovers from the Bulldogs, but in…

December 01, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 44) • Page Image 15

… HOCKEY .Winning goal breaks Langfeld' s rought By Fred Unk Daly Sports Writer It was Michigan's first game of the year. The Wolverines were playing at Minnesota - Michigan freshman Josh Langfeld…

… Langfeld was still kicking himself about the missed opportunity after the game. The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - December 1, 1997 - 5B Effort and emotion fuel Wolverines in 'heart-attack hockey' oC~0…

March 01, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 82) • Page Image 11

…§MmL , Did you know... Lary Sorensen, who was recently named the Detroit Tigers No. 2 radio announcer, joining Frank Beckman in the WJR booth, pitched for the Wolverines from 1974-76. Sorensen…

… worked as broadcaster for SportsChannel, ESPN and The Baseball Network after a ten-year career in the Major Leagues. He led the Wolverines with nine wins in the 1976 season. Page 11 Wednesday March 1…

… Northwestern have in common, it's that both Wolverine forward Ray Jackson and Wildcat (Mchigan) SeemsJ t be a lot more togethner offensively." - Ricky Byrdsong Northwestern basketball coach center Cedric Neloms…

… consecutive Big Ten champi- onship Feb. 18, the rest of the league rejoiced with the Wolverines. The other ten teams in the conference were happy to bid adieu to Michigan's standout senior class. The meet…

November 01, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 25) • Page Image 12

… home match of the season against Ohio State Sunday at 11 a.m. The Wolverines hope to re- verse the outcome of last season's home-and-home split. The Buckeyes are a fitting op- ponent for the last home…

… early goals and held off a second-half Michigan attack for a 2-1 victory. The Wolverines hope that the home-field advantage, including the couple of hundred field hockey faithful that turn up for the rare…

… revenge at this year's championships. "Wisconsin is known as a team that starts out slow and moves up in the late stages of a race," senior Wolverine co-captain Matt Smith said. "We are hoping to go out and…

… see what we can do. They are ranked ahead of us in national polls, but we have the talent and we've worked really hard all sea- son," Smith said. The Wolverines are confident they will bring home a…

Wolverines, while the third is only possible if the second is fulfilled. Michigan has already defeated four of the seven teams in the tour- nament, including a 4-0 victory over defending Big Ten and na- tional…

… club champion Minnesota. The Wolverines managed a 1-1 tie against Illinois, and have not yet played Indiana or Penn State. The eight teams will be divided into two groups and will employ a round…

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