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January 11, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 70) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily I michigandaily.com I January 11, 2010 Junior Manny Harris reaches for a loose ball in the Wolverines' loss to Northwestern yesterday at Crisler Arena. Despite Harris's team…

… season, attempts to explain why his team played the way they did. In yester- day's case, he was trying to tell us why the Wolverines gave up a 17-point lead at home See STAPLETON, Page 3B Wildcat rally…

… the Wolverine defense for 25 points on the day, the Wildcat defense was more troublesome for Michigan. "Their 1-3-1 defense, what makes it so successful is the way they can touch the ball," Beilein said…

… Bill Carmody confirmed how the 1-3-1 zone devastated the Wolverines, too - his Wildcats were "really getting their hands on balls and taking away passing lanes," he said. It's no coincidence that…

… Michigan's 18 turnovers more than doubled its season average. Northwestern's zone worked, and it certainly confused the Wolverine offense. See NORTHWESTERN,Page 3B SAID ALSA LAH/Daily Freshman Darius Morris…

February 11, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 74) • Page Image 8

Wolverines began the week- end by dropping four out of five games to Minnesota and Purdue in Madison Saturday before rebound- ing against Illinois the following day. A tough Illini squad made it dif- ficult…

… for Michigan to post a vic- tory on the trip. The Wolverines got off to a fast start, taking the first game, 15-10. However, Illinois had other ideas and came back to edge the Wolverines, 17-16, in game…

… team refused to say they were still recovering from an emotional second-place finish in the Wolverine Collegiate Classic one week ago. "We didn't let down," Werner said. "We just didn't play quite as…

November 11, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 29) • Page Image 21

…- cool off a Penn State team that is on pable in the past three weeks, winning ire. its three matches entering the tourna- Instead, the sixth-seeded Wolverines ment. Two Lions captured Big Ten got burned…

…. Player of the Week honors for the week In front of 106 fans, the third-seeded ending Nov. 3. Lady Lions struck for four first-half On offense, McGuire captured the goals, defeating the Wolverines, 4-1, to…

February 11, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

… James Voskuil opened the scor- ing in Michigan's 84-70 victory over Iowa Saturday night by burying a three-pointer. One month earlier in Iowa City, the Wolverine forward launched an airball when he could…

Wolverines have a shot at earning an NCAA tournament bid. Voskuil's play was both a similarity and a difference. He filled a dubious role in the closing minutes of the January defeat as the player who missed…

… those 21 minutes. He posted 14 points and provided the front- court play the Wolverines have longed for all season. He played with unmistakable confidence - like he knew why he was starting at forward for…

… the Michi- gan Wolverines. See SHERAN, Page 4 by Andrew Gottesman Daily Basketball Writer The Big Ten men's basketball schedule has been a sore point for many coaches and players this year. Television…

… has forced the conference to shuffle games in such a way that teams play two games in 48 hours in different cities, then have up to 10 days off. But it was just that scenario which helped the Wolverines

… Iowa City en route to a 79-78 comeback triumph, something was bound to give this time around. What the Wolverines gave was an indication of what they could do when all their potential talents are…

… tonight and we got it convincingly," Fisher said. "The thing that de- stroyed us in Iowa City was the press. We did well with that tonight." Davis was also impressed with the Wolverines. "It's a wonder what…

… the stands Friday night recognized the Wolverines in their matchup with Western Michigan . The only thing reminiscent of Michigan hockey was the 'W' in the win column as the Wolverines (23-4-3 CCHA, 26…

Wolverine history. Friday's game began normally, as the Wolverines controlled the momentum and dominated the scoreboard. First-year center Brian Wiseman initiated a Michigan first-period scoring flurry five…

… Western goalie Craig Brown. Soon after Wiseman's goal, the Wolverines unleashed their power play, the most efficient in the CCHA. Rightwingers Dan Stiver and Denny Felsner each capitalized on the man…

May 11, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 136) • Page Image 11

…Monday, May 11, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 11l CHAMPIONS From page 10 the Wolverines an early 2-0 lead after the first inning, but Michigan was shut out through the middle innings…

… Regionals. Slow start plagues Wolverines Pos- in t COI Michi BruceI story. The had ju in the Tourn It was lost to month As in fro addres tough of losi was ap But ed wit isfied' "Ou tseason run ends hard…

November 11, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 29) • Page Image 9

… goaltender Billy Sauer will likely face more shots than normal due to the wider ice surface of the Berry Events Center where the Wolverines will face Northern Michigan. Widerrpresents test for Cers By Anne…

…-seed-0 GAT ed Wolverines saw their hopes of wining the Big Ten title and a bid to the NCAA Champion- ships dashed yesterday when they lost to fourth-seeded Michigan State 1-0 in the first round of the Big…

April 11, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 111) • Page Image 12

… about for generations atthe Legends of Indiana Tournament in Franklin, Ind., tomorrow and Saturday. To accomplish this, the Wolverines will need to play their best golf of the season. The Legends of…

… tournaments this spring. Michigan will benefit greatly from the return of junior David Jasper. Jasper, who missed the last tournament with an illness, has been the Wolverines' most consistent golfer this season…

… lowest score for any Wolverine in a competition this year. His efforts could be the key for Michigan this weekend. "Keith Hinton was certainly a breath of fresh air for us," Carras said. "He had shown…

Wolverines through the course of the year. His 76.59 average has provided Michigan with some much needed consistency in an otherwise erratic year. At No. 4 for the Wolverines will be freshman Isaac Hinkle…

… provide some valuable experience for him." In a break from tradition, warm weather is pre- dicted for this weekend. This would be quite a change for the Wolverines, who have battled the weather as well as…

… Alcaraz, who leads the team in at-bats and has hit .370 while playing in all 29 games. Although theplayingtime players like fresh- man Brian Berryman--who pitched two score- less innings for the Wolverines

… had better not take its eye off this Wolverine squad anytime soon. SOFTBALL Continued from Page 10A The Wolverines received another break in the sixth inning. After a Griffin single, Carr reached first…

March 11, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 108) • Page Image 16

… field Sunday inside cold and rainy Spartan Stadium in search of their fist-ever victory ver- sus Michigan State. But when time had expired, a tired and disappointed Wolverine squad walked off the wet MSU…

… turf on the losing end of a 19- 4 score. The Spartans quickly put the game out of reach in the first quarter by outscoring the Wolverines 8-0. The next quarter was much the same for the frustrated…

… Michigan squad, ending the first half down 14-1, leav- ing the Wolverines to play the last thirty minutes for personal pride. "The team really came together in the second half," senior captain Marc…

… Silbergeld, who had one goal and two assists, said. The rejuvenated Michigan squad was outscored in the second stanza by only a 5-3 mark. Although the Wolverines played much of the last thirty minutes against…

… great team pride in rebounding from what cap- tain Silbergeld called "the longest half of lacrosse I have ever played." The Wolverines came into the game at East Lansing knowing that they were expected to…

… lose. Many of the Wolverine players appeared to play like underdogs in the first half. "Some of our players were psyched out by playing at MSU be- cause of the rivalry and the fact that they (Michigan…

January 11, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 69) • Page Image 16

… vacation winning four of seven games to put their overall record at 9-3. Before Michigan opened the Big Ten season by splitting their first two games, the Wolverines were busy with non-conference challenges…

…. Here is a summary of those games. Michigan 63 Wisconson-Green Bay 49 Michigan started off with two games before going home for Christmas. The Wolverines easily polished off Wisconsin-Green Bay 63-49 at…

May 11, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 136) • Page Image 10

Wolverines won 21 oftthe last 22 games to finish their Big Ten title season. By Michael Florek ( Daily Sports Writer EAST LA NSING-As Seniors'Teddi Ewing and Megan Gregory stood by home plate of Alumni Field…

… teammates, the 1,832 fans at Alumni Field erupted into rousing applause. The Wolverines had given coach Carol Hutchins her first title since their National Championship run in the 2005 season. After Friday…

October 11, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 10) • Page Image 12

…-to-back victories this weekend would give the Wolverines their first four-match winning streak. To achieve Wolverines will have to defeat two nationally- ranked oppo- nents, No. 12 Northwestern and No. 2 Iowa. For…

… the u n r a n k e d Wolverines, the task may not be easy. this, however, the This weekend Who: Michigan vs. No. 2 Iowa and No. 12 Northwestern When: Iowa, today, 3 p.m.; Northwestern tomorrow, noon…

April 11, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 112) • Page Image 16

… Northwestern, Carr, the Wolverines' third baseman, went 5-for-15 (.333) with six RBIs, two walks and one double. She also pitched the Wolverines to a 5-4 victory in game three. Carr is the squad's starting third…

… Notre Dame who had to take the big test, and it forced them to return to South Bend with a loss by virtue of their forfeit to Michigan. But it was the Wolverines who got the short end of the stick-so to…

February 11, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 92) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily = michigandaily.com Friday, February 11, 2011- 5 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom Friday, February 11, 2011 - 5 Wolverines look to snap Spartans' hold on rivalry Michigan…

… years, so it is reallv frustrating We came out trying to change that." If the Wolverines (7-4, 14-9) have proven one thing this sea- son, it's that records and streaks can be broken. In January, Michigan…

March 11, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 107) • Page Image 8

…8A - Thursday, March 11, 2010 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 9 'M' remains on bubble with NCAAs looming Wolverines excited for chance at out-of- conference play By AMY SCARANO Daily Sports…

… Writer Now it's waiting time. It's been two years since the Wolverines have seen the post- season. And with NCAA Selection Day just five days away, there is no telling what this postseason will hold…

October 11, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 9) • Page Image 10

… at the NCAAs later this fall. To do so, however, the runners need to work on closing the gap between their first and fifth runners. The Wolverine Interregional this weekend is the perfect chance to do…

… so. This year's race will be smaller than usual on the men's side, including only five teams for the Wolverines to compete with! Among the top compe- tition are Montana State, Pennsylva- nia and Purdue…

…. "We should do well," said coach Ron Warhurst. In fact, the Wolverines have the potential to take the top three to five spots. "Its depends who's on that day," MICHIGAN GOLF COURSE Who: Michigan hosts…

Wolverine Interregional When: 11:15 a.m. Sunday Latest: The 8,000 meter race will follow the 10:30 a.m. women's race, and is the only home meet of the season. Mark Pilja was named Big Ten Co-Athlete of the…

… Week. Warhurst added, referring to whether a runner from an opposing team will break up his top pack. Regardless of how the Wolverines do up front, Michigan should win the meet with its depth at the five…

… any given day. Sophomores Tom Greenless, John Hughes, Ryan Hes- selink, and Nick Stariko, along with freshman Jason Stover have all run consistently well for the Wolverines. "We're a young team", said…

… Interregional will be held in Ann Arbor on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Fresh off a second place finish at the Notre MICHIGAN G Dame Invitational, the Who: MichiganI Wolverines are ready to ine lnierregiona keep the…

… with 19 players of either freshman or sophomore eligibility, that goal may be a bit lofty. Sophomore Lindsey Gallo has carried her weight as she has finished first for the Wolverines in all three meets…

… lost to earlier in the Sunday year. The Wolverines Ines are avenged losses to Miami thools in (Ohio) and Ball State. allo has led Redshirt freshman three pre- Andrea Parker finished sec- ond on the team…

May 11, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 120) • Page Image 19

… contested. Both days saw a mix of sun and clouds, as brief rays of sunshine were quickly covered by gray, sweeping clouds every time they peeked through. The victories and bright spots for the Wolverines were…

… victory though, Saturday was relatively quiet for the Wolverines. Theisen also came away with his best 110-meter hurdle effort of the outdoor season with a second-place time of 14.29. Kevin Bowman also had…

… joined by three other Wolverines in the top five - Jay Cantin finished third with a time of 3:46.39, his best finish as a Wolverine. John Mortimer and Don McLaughlin came in fourth and fifth, respectively…

… Derr also impressed with his best javelin throw as a Wolverine. His toss of 191-2 earned Derr a second-place finish. Michigan's three Friday wins were more than it earned during last year's Diamond…

…'s sixth in seven attempts this season. McGregor's victory was the only one the distance runners pulled out at Stanford, but two other Wolverines struck gold at home. Sarah Clauw's heave of 44.42 meters was…

… would be an outright lie. The season went well beyond disap- pointment and mediocrity, straight to rock bottom. The Wolverines just didn't play up to par. The Wolverines started out rurming last fall at…

…-place finish. The Wolverines stumbled and fell for the rest of the season, with finishes in the middle or back of the pack. These include 14th place out of 16 at the Lady Northern Intercollegiate Invitational…

January 11, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 74) • Page Image 8

… WEST LAFAYETTE - It was the biggest test so far for the Michi- gan women's basketball team, and it was quite the nailbiter. The Wolverines have had little experience with close contests, and their…

… 56-51 win. The Wolverines had a chance to tie the game at 54 in the game's final seconds when they got the ball after two Purdue free throws. The play was designed to get sophomore Krista…

February 11, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 79) • Page Image 10

…I Soccer recruits The women's soccer team signed four recruits for the 2000 season. Take a look at the newest Wolverines. 3AW) Lg michigandaily.com /sports FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11, 2000 10" ,4…

Wolverines were in first place in the standings with Michigan State close on Tof their heels. With three YOSTl weeks left, the teams' fates Who: No. were to be decided in a two- 1) rs. Weste game series that…

February 11, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 94) • Page Image 12

… a 4B - Monday, February 11, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Wolverines finally show signs of improvement "I know one thing. After going through this, there'll never bea win that I…

… Michigan is good enough to allow Beilein to find disappointment in wins. But that's in the distant future. For now, he's lead- ing the Wolverines in DANIEL what will likely end up FELDMAN as their worst…

October 11, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 9) • Page Image 9

… guy. TEING But it proved OFF to be too diffi- cult for the coach. The Wolverines went 3-0 during the nonconference season, so Carr decided to keep putting it off. That seemed to be fine for Carr and the…

Wolverines. Michigan whipped Wisconsin and thumped Purdue, so Carr decided to keep putting off the all-important deci- sion of who will be the starting quarterback. Saturday, Carr's procrastination finally…

November 11, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 29) • Page Image 14

… losing streak as it travels to Iowa and Minnesota for tough weekend matches. Tonight, the Wolverines (1-13 Big Ten, 5- 20 overall) take on the Hawkeyes, who are off to their best start in school history…

… outside hitter, stands fourth in the Big Ten with 407 kills this season. Webb has added 343 kills and 290 digs. Tomorrow, the Wolverines face a streaky Minnesota squad that is on the edge of the tournament…

February 11, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 94) • Page Image 9

…-ranked Wolverines held on for a tie and a critical con- ference point that, coupled with Bowling Green's loss to Alaska, clinched a first-round bye in the CCHA playoffs. "It was an exciting game for the crowd…

…," Michigan coach Red Berenson said. "I'm sure the goal- ies aren't crazy about it when they give up that many goals." The hectic conclusion started with a quirk and ended with a flurry. Wolverine goalie Billy…

… flustered, he tried to stick up Arena since for his team after a 4-2 loss and Thursday, -- - 5-5 tie made them victims of the braving the Wolverines' best series of the 33-degree season. temperature "I mean…

…-game tie showed glaring differences winless streak. between the teams - and rea- But Miami (Ohio) coach Enri- sons why the Wolverines are co Blasi found himself surround- atopthe CCHA. Miami is the polished…

… period Saturday) to shockingly bad (in their 2-shot, 8-penalty third period Friday). But the Wolverines played better than Miami Saturday - and should have won. Defense- man Mark Mitera was tripped See…

… RATKOWIAK, Page 3B SOFTBALL Young pitching no problem for Wolverines Nemitz, Taylor turn in top-notch performances in opening weekend By NICOLE AUERBACH DailySports Writer While snow blanketed Ann Arbor…

… this weekend, the Michigan softball team was throwing its first pitches and taking its first swings of the season in sunny Boca Raton, Fla. The 12th-ranked Wolverines didn't allow an earned run and went…

…. Against Penn State Saturday, the Wolverines appeared to MICHIGAN 68 be follow- PENN STATt 63 ing the same script. They allowed the Nittany Lions to take an early second-half lead, despite playing well for…

…. During that stretch, the Wolverines committed five turnovers and failed to score for more than five minutes. Penn State's lead surged to six, and Michigan appeared to lay down in defeat once again. Instead…

…, the Wolverines showed.the growth and maturity Michigan coach John Beilein and his staff have been searching for all season. "You get hit in the head so many times, eventually you have to pro- tect…

October 11, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 9) • Page Image 12

… beloved seniors - Brooke Hart, Danielle Lund and Erryn Weggenman - who led the Wolverines to the Big Ten Tournament, where they tied for fifth. As this fall season began with the Wolverine Fall Invitational…

… varsity tournament, and that can be very nerve-racking. It was tough, but they did a great job." Not only did the Wolverines play well individually, but they also dominated the doubles tournament. The final…

… through the entire tournament. Their only losses catne against fellow Wolverines. Based on the team's performance, the freshmen are very optimistic about the prospects of this season. "I was really excited…

… to play and find my place on the team, "Tiperneni said. "We have a lot of depth this year. If we stay healthy, we could really do well." The Wolverines have tremendous depth and balance. The three new…

… that potential, the Wolverines could be dominant for the next four years. Senior Szandra Fuzesi might not miss last year's graduates so much due to the emergence of the talented freshman class. isis…

…-par rounds from soph more Kim Benedict and junior Courtney Reno, the Wolverines fired a school- record score of 287 yesterday, and fin- ished with a two-day, 54-hole total of 889, good enough for fifth place…

… State, and then OklahotW State. The Wolverines finished just one shot behind fourth-place Oklahoma State - who finished 56 shots ahead of Michigan in winning this event last year. "Last year we got…

… descended on the Grizzly Tournament Course in Mass Ohio for the Xavier Provident Open. The Michigan men's golf team failed to defend last year's first-place finish, but the Wolverines played well in fin…

…- ishing third with a three-round total of 880. Wisconsin and Penn State placed first and second, respectively. Leading the Wolverines was senior Scott Hayes, who shot 210 for the two- day event. That total…

… represent- ed a vast improvement from last year when he placed 70th. The Wolverines as a team blazed out the gate to take the lead with rounds of 285 and 298 on the opening day. Unfortunately, Monday's 297…

May 11, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 5) • Page Image 14

…-9), the Michigan women's sof- tball team posted some impressive numbers. In winning four of five games in the double elimination tourney, the Wolverines outscored their opponents 29-3. Furthermore, none of…

… Illinois, 12- 0, and Illinois State, 10-1. "After we won the first two games, I think the kids felt they could beat anyone," said DeCarolis. THE WOLVERINES won their next game against Central Michigan, 3…

… hear- tbreaking defeats for the Wolverines. Behind the three-hit pitching of Boyd, Michigan triumphed, 4-0. As had been the case throughout the tournament, the Wolverine hitting stars were Hatch and…

… give Michigan a little breathing room. THE WOLVERINES weren't able to send any runs across the plate after the fifth, but no more were required as long as Boyd was on the mound. Michigan now moves on to…

…) dives into third base, only to be called out for her effoirt. Although she was out here, Hatch was safe quite frequen- tly in the regional tournament as she hit her way to a .421 average. Wolverine first…

… Eight, the Wolverines' entry finished fourth with a time of 7:32.1. Third place was needed to qualify. The Women's Open four came in fourth with a time of 8:31. Once again, third place was needed to…

… move on to the finals. The Wolverines had two crews entered in the Men's Open Four event, and it was there that they finally qualified a boat for further competition. By placing third in its heat (7…

…:14.7), the Michigan 'A' boat earned its way-into the semifinals. The Wolverines' 'B' boat was unable to do likewise as it finished fifth in its heat with a time of 7:33.9. In the semi's, the Michigan 'A' boat…

… against the Wolverines will be Michigan State and Western Ontario. The regatta will be held on Barton Pond. 4 …

January 11, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 70) • Page Image 11

…." Worries of complacency should have been at the fore- front of every Wolverine's mind at halftime Sunday afternoon. Just three nights earlier, they had been the stars of an incred- ible comeback story…

…. While counting the number of NHL draftees isn't a fool-proof method for assessing a team's tal- ent, many Wolverines have been recognized as players with the skill-set to potentially have a shot at the…

…," according to coach Red Berenson. That win, in contrast with the Wolverines' recent performance on the ice, further indicates that the team is playing beneath its STAPLETON From page 1B to a Northwestern team…

… Classic, when Michi- gan's season was still young and full of promise. Remember the first game, against Creighton, when junior Manny Harris had to carry the Wolverines on his back to barely eke out a win…

… good team." What's Creighton's record now? 7-9. They had me fooled, too. In Beilein's defense, they did look like a good team against Michigan. But that was because the Wolverines made them look like a…

…, it was the same story. Michigan was at home. It came into the game having won two Big Ten games in a row. It even led by 17 at one point. The Wolverines should have won this game, and they lost it not…

…'s until the end of the first half. The Wolverines are not losing to great teams. They are beating themselves. And while there are clearly internal problems within the team that need to be addressed, want to…

… know the real problem? Pretty soon, Michigan is going to start playing teams that actually are great. These first five Big Ten games on the Wolverines' schedule (at Indiana, home against Ohio State, at…

… unquestion- ably its toughest stretch of the sea- son with a less-than-stellar record. After losing so many early non- conference games, the Wolverines' only chance at an NCAA tourna- ment berth is to tear…

… doesn't look like it's going to happen. "We're better than this," Beilein said yesterday. It's true. The Wolverines are better than the team they played, better than they themselves are playing, and they…

February 11, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 93) • Page Image 13

…'s 3-2 victory over Western Michigan. This weekend's sweep of the Broncos brings the Wolverines winning streak to 14, continuing a school record which was set last weekend. Injuries dampen by Matt…

… Rennie Daily Hockey Writer What should have been a night of celebration turned into an evening of despair for the Michigan hockey team. On the evening that the 1990-91 Wolverine icers cemented their his…

… particularly stinging for the Wolverines, because they were left without their top two scorers. Both are potential all- Americans, and Felsner is a leading candidate for the Hobey Baker award, given to the year…

… both sidelined, the Wolverines had to scramble to fill the holes Saturday. "Injuries are like goals and wins," Berenson said, "they come in bunches. We had been literally in- jury-free to this point in…

… each game, including the game-winner Saturday. "I knew he was capable of that," Berenson said. "I said from day one that he would lead this team in scor- ing some day." Given the Wolverines' current…

… its worries. Since their vault to the elite of the college hockey world, the Wolverines have found that success often means an elbow in the face. Or a stick to the gut. Or a slash on the back. For the…

… last three weeks, Michigan has played middle-of-the-pack teams from the CCHA, and each week the Wolverines have been abused. The abuse has not been evident on the scoreboard, where Michigan has won 14…

… straight, but rather in the lockerroom, which looks more like an infirmary. Michigan's outmatched opponents have made the acute observation that they cannot skate with the Wolverines. So rather than try…

… price a team pays for being good. Teams feel so overmatched against the Wolverines that they turn to cheap shots as their last alternative. "It's tough," Michigan defenseman Patrick Neaton said. "The…

…'t go two strides without crutches. Don't kid yourself. Michigan doesn't back away from any confrontations. The Wolverines can hold their own and then some whenever the play gets physical. The thing to…

March 11, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 131) • Page Image 8

… Michigan Tech raced away, For a brief three-minute inter- with a 7-4 victory. After an inspiring 8-4 Wolverine Saturday neight's WCHA regional victory over Minnesota the night before, only WCHA regular…

… to becoming the darkhorse NCAA way of a Wolverine appearance hockey champions. in the NCAA championship tour- But after another eight minutes nament at Colorado Springs this had elapsed, the Michigan…

… To ProtestE Firings of GENDELL an WEDNESDAY MARCH 12 Noon, Diag The Wolverines skated out Sat- two minutes to play in the first period to even the contest at 1-1 and set the stage for the season…

… Huskie net- minder Gordon McRae to send the Wolverines into 2-1 lead. Less than four minutes later the hulking right winger a g a i n brought the wildly partisan capa- city crowd to its feet when he com…

February 11, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 92) • Page Image 8

…, but he was the only Michigan player to score in double digits. The Wolverines had their chance in the waning moments, but as Sims said after the game, they were out- hustled on many occasions. With…

… Michigan State's tough 2-3 zone defense. The Wolverines' 42 points were a season low. Michigan (5-7 Big Ten, 15-10 overall) mustered just 15 points in the first half. The only consolation for the Wolverines

February 11, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 80) • Page Image 8

…, Michigan entered Value City Arena having dropped 13 of its previous 14. On paper, it shouldn't have been a contest. And after about ten minutes, it wasn't. The Wolverines shot just 32 percent from the field…

… when the Buckeyes exploded past the overmatched Wolverines. Ohio State scored 10 unanswered points in the next two minutes and put the game out of reach. During a 20-5 run to end the first half, the…

… center wasn't the only Buckeye scoring in the post - Ohio State outscored Michigan 42-12 in the paint. The Buckeyes' outstanding bench play ensured that a Wolverine comeback would Losing is one thing…

… there. And that makes us hard to play, I think." Despite the lopsided outcome, the Wolverines did manage to execute parts of their game plan. In the initial meeting between the two teams on Jan.. 11 at…

… Crisler Arena, Ohio State senior Caity Matter blew up for 28 points. But last night, the Wolverines held her to just five points on 1-for-6 shooting. "We wanted to make sure to eliminate easy scoring looks…

… margin of victory or the Wolverines' offensive struggles that upset me. It was their lack of heart. I expected the No. 2-ranked Buckeyes to control the game from the start. By any reasonable measure, Ohio…

… score indicates, nothing like that happened last night. While it might have been improbable for Michigan to beat Ohio State, it was absolutely possible for the Wolverines to be competitive. After all…

… against a team that's battling to be the best in the nation. But it's how dejected Michigan was that hurt it the most. Running to the locker room at half- time, every single Wolverine had her head down and…

… insurmountable lead. For the Wolverines right now, it's not a matter of can't. It's a matter of not believing they can. In its past three games, against three ranked opponents, Michigan has done what it always…

April 11, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 111) • Page Image 10

… Sports Festival on Saturday. The team will be looking to build on a first-place finish at last weekend's Colonial Relays, where junior Neil Gardner won the 400-meter hurdles and the Wolverines outscored…

… second-place Seton Hall 42-31. lot Thursday April li, 1996 Wolverine softball splits with Spartans By Dan Stillman Daily Sports Writer EAST LANSING -In extra innings, Michigan State's Keri Lemasters…

… parked a two-out, 1-0 pitch over the leftfield fence to give the Spartans a 6-4 win over the Michigan softball team in the first game of a doubleheader yesterday. The Wolverines (8-2 Big Ten, 29-10 overall…

…) escaped from East Lansing with a split after eeking out a 3-2 victory in the nightcap. Trailing 4-3 going into the seventh inning ofthe first game, the Wolverines scored a run off a passed ball to force the…

… game into extra innings. After Michigan went down in order in the top of the eighth, Wolverine pitcher Sara Griffin quickly retired the first two Spartan batters in the bottom of the in- ning. But an…

… State (2-6, 18-13) took an early 2-0 lead with runs in the first and third innings. The Wolverines rallied to tie the game in the fourth. Michigan first baseman Traci Conrad reached first on an error to…

… then dropped a ground ball for the Wolverines' second error of the inning, which loaded the bases for Michigan State pitcher Stacey Smith, whose two-run scoring single gave the Spartans a 4-2 lead…

…. "(Holmes) didn't have her best stuff," Hutchins said. "Her drop ball was a little fat." The Wolverines cut the lead to 4-3 in the sixth before tying the game in the seventh. Griffinwho took the loss, came…

… third 'oh Tracy. Carr's sacrifice, and hit paydirt on Jessica Lang's tWo run single. But when the Wolverines took the field in thebottom half of the inning, they saw Michigan State's error andraised the…

… Nolfsinger grounder bounced out of Lang's glove: setting up a two-nm single by pitcher Stacey Smith. See SOFTBALL, Page 12A ed a 3-2 pitch up the inthe Wolverines' third and final run of I single that cut the…

December 11, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 52) • Page Image 11

… at a press con- ference after Wednesday's victory over Eastern Michigan, Bullock imparted some of this sage advice to the sophomore sitting by his side. The Wolverines were lively after the convincing…

… - unfortunately for the Wolverines - also because it was true. As Michigan (5-5 overall) meets No. 3 Duke (8-1) tomor- row, the Blue Devils will have a sixth man as good as any in the country. Cameron Indoor…

… man that they once hoped would become a Wolverine. But Battier's homecoming would turn bitter- sweet. Plagued by foul trouble throughout the game, Battier managed just two points as Michigan pulled off…

…: Normna Ill. 14e1m: 2 P.M. Notables: The Wolverines have won seven games in a row - one more would be a~ 1 + / /Y r T T 0-1 1 _ C . I1 '900.q TI Irnirrcriy at- I hitrrch 4r _ I ~ …

May 11, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 4) • Page Image 20

…SPORTS The Michigan Daily Friday, May 11, 1984 Page 20 'M' to clash with Purdue I By ROB POLLARD Lately, Michigan baseball coach Bud Middaugh has developed a splitting headache. His Wolverines

… consistency." A perfect time to develop that con- sistency would be this weekend. Michigan travels to West Lafayette for a big four-game series with Purdue this Saturday and Sunday. The Wolverines need to win…

… seventh to erase a 7-5 Michigan lead, and win the game. One of the key plays oc- curred in the sixth when with two-outs Wolverine pitcher Dave Karasinski was late covering the bag on a grounder to first…

… in- nings. Those are games we should win." In the first game against EMU, a three-run Michigan seventh inning broke a five-all tie and gave the Wolverines an 8-6 win. On Tuesday at Fisher Stadium…

…, Michigan split with Wayne State, dropping the first game, 4-0, and winning the nightcap, 11-5. This weekend will be the final chance for the Wolverines to exorcise their defensive woes. Next weekend the Big…

… Netherlands after spending the first six days of its trip in that country, which will be remembered by the Wolverines for its flat terrain, rainy weather and terrible food. The team was treated to a better meal…

… take on the Greek national team today and tomorrow to finish up the playing stage of their European trip. 4 I Wolverine shortstop Barry Larkin slides safely into home during the first inning of…

… player-of-the-week for his superlative performance in last weekend's four-game series with Michigan State. Larkin, a finalist on the Olympic team, went 7-15. with two game- winning RBI. The Wolverines and…

… inside. But the Wolverines were able to match them there and provide enough outside shooting to gain the victory. Michigan jumped out to nine-point halftime lead and seemed to be headed for an easy win…

May 11, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 120) • Page Image 15

… team depended on the With the combination of pitcher Sara Griff 31-1 record and catcher Melissa Gentile's home runs, the second-ranked Wolverines h *rrpiled a 52-5 record. But this weekend, the two G…

… Gillies didn't disappoint Gillies, overshadowed by Big Ten Pitchi the Year Griffin the whole season, broke oi that shadow Saturday evening, defeating I twice to help the Wolverines grab their foi…

March 11, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 88) • Page Image 14

…. Malchow Wolverine pitcher Gif In hurls fect game over bre By Mark Snyder Daily Sports Writer Perfect. How else can a game without hits or walks be described? The Wolverine softball team wit- nessed the…

… second in school history. At the Hillenbrand Invitational over the weekend of March 8-10, the No. 14 Wolverines crushed the Sooners with their flawless fielding behind Griffin. Oklahoma, by contrast…

… gain victory. Her gem was backed up by nine Michigan hits, including "a triple by senior Tracy Carr. The Wolverines continued their winning ways by following the game up with its third victory in two…

… as Michigan, sparked by 13 hits, forced the mercy rule on the Tar Heels. North Carolina was forced to sur- render after three Wolverine sluggers led the way with two-hits each. The Tar Heels were on…

… their heels the entire game as Michiganjunior Kelly Holmes attempted to match Griffin's perfect feat. Although she fell short, the combined four hits al- lowed by the Wolverine pitchers raised Holmes…

April 11, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 110) • Page Image 9

… Tuesday~ npnr ii, i av. x° ... Traylor to join Michigan eWolverines land 6-foot-9, 300-pound center from Detroit By Ryan White 'aily Basketball Writer DETROIT - His nicknames are "Baby Shaq" and "The…

… House." Now, Ie's also a Wolverine. At a press conference in his high school yesterday, Detroit Murray- Wright's Robert Traylor,, the state's "Mr. Basketball," became the third 4xemberof Michigan…

… take a lot of hard work." He added, though, that receiving his degree is important. At 6-foot-9, 300 pounds, Traylor will likely step in at center for the Wolverines. But he plans on drop- ping 20…

… the country - Kevin Garnett. Garnett is still rumored to possi- bly be coming to Michigan if he scores a 17 or better on the ACT. Many felt that Traylor wouldn't join the Wolverines if Garnett was going…

… five members from the Michigan men's gymnas-, tics team. While the team itself failed to qualify, the five Wolverines who were selected were able to make quite an impact on the competition. The…

Wolverines finished the day with two gymnasts qualify- ing for NCAAs, each in two events. Seniors Royce Toni and Brian Winkler will travel to Columbus in two weeks. Toni will compete on the rings and the…

… Darden said. The Wolverines' overall perfor- mance proved to be strong as the individuals competed for the first time all year without their teammates to back them up. "Going into a competition like this…

…-around, led off the regional for Michigan. The only Wolverine to compete in every event, Young turned in a strong performance, fin- ishing with a score of 55.75. Unfor- tunately, that put him in 15th place, not…

… good enough to qualify for na- tionals. The Wolverines were looking to benefit from a favorable schedule that had them competing toward the end of the rotation. Michigan was not able to capitalize as…

… bar," Darden said. "Rich Dopp and Kris Klingler's performance was flat, it just did not have the normal sparkle." Fortunately, the Wolverines were able to turn it around on the floor exercises. Dopp…

April 11, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 112) • Page Image 19

… of crushing Northwestern's Big Ten hopes in its conference debut was motivation enough for the Michigan softball team. The Wolverines (6-2 Big Ten, 18- 16 overall) rallied not only for four victories…

… effort ignited the Wolverines in the bottom of that frame when third baseman Tracy Carr, who went 2-for-3 in the contest, singled in shortstop Mary Campana to seal the triumph. Although Northwestern put in…

… Beverly Stigglebauer to stifle the Wolverine rally, Wildcat standout Michelle Hawkins (10-3) took the loss. In the second game, victory was not so easy for the Wolverines. Michi- gan made a bid for the win…

… Hocutt's behind the back tag, a call which Northwestern assistant coach Robin Petrini deemed "unbelievable." The Wolverines found a spark, as Campana's smack to center ignited Gleason, who was tagged out…

… got into trouble," Michigan coach Carol Hutchins said. Outfielder Anne Carpenter hesi- tated on the throw as the Wolverines held their breath when Lang circled the bags. After Arvia stole second, she…

… like waiting for the when the Wolverines dropped the first' two games to Ohio State. Michigan had gone on to win the next two, but hoped Northwestern would not have the same success. "They're in the…

… for the Wolverines, 4-4. Arvia started the rally with a two- run double down the left-field line and designated player Kathleen Berrigan scored the tying run on an error. In the bottom of the ninth…

…, with two outs, Michigan won 5-4 when Berrigan scored again, this time on a fielder's choice. Twelve Wolverine hits in the fourth game of the weekend repre- sented Michigan's determination to See SOFTBALL…

… its own the weekend before, SARAH WHITING/Daily Junior Michelle Silver had five hits for the Wolverines this weekend. LrWolverines add needed depth _ine'__ies_ and quality to pitching rotation *a…

…B Mchtle Silver. By MELANIE SCHUMAN DAILY SOFTBALL WRITER Before this season, the Wolverines' pitching rotation was shallow. The loss of Big Ten Pitcher of the Year Kelly Forbis to graduation left the…

January 11, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 69) • Page Image 11

…-6, and gain a split in a weekend ;;eries at Yost Ice Arena. -y The Wolverines captured the opener, 6-5 with an -overtime goal by sophomore Bryan Deasley. The big story, however, was the officiating. Both…

… Saturday's contest. Red got redder by the minute as he watched Ohio State score the tying and go-ahead goals in the second period as a result of a five-minute major assessed to Wolverine captain Todd Brost…

… after them," said left wing Mike Moes. "But we quit and they didn't." Besides inept officiating, the Wolverines also had to deal with several key injuries. Senior right wingers Brad McCaughey (sprained…

Wolverines' 6-5 overtime vic- tory Friday night at Yost Ice Arena. WINTER CLEARANCE 20% - 750 OFF Blue Lines ; , :' V f ' iC . With Blue icers... .no lead is safe By DOUGLAS VOLAN Twice this weekend…

… the second. In that period, the Wolverines played 'their worst 20 minutes of hockey this season. They surrendered six goals in the period, and scored only one of their own. Bryan Deasley was able to…

… record that score, only because Ohio State goalie, Roger Beedon, was near death after getting injured during the play. THE WOLVERINES didn't lapse out of their coma until over 18 minutes of the third…

… period had gone by, when Don Stone scored on a slapshot. But it was too little too late, as the Wolverines lost, 7-6. Friday night's game was also a showcase for the often subdued Wolverines. They were…

… leading 4-2 in this one, as the third period opened. Unfortunately, (as usual) Michigan decided to take a nap. Only after losing the lead, did the Wolverines finally wake up. They went on to win the game in…

… responded, "We had the lead. That's the worst thing that could happen. Then when we tied it, everybody was like 'Hey, wait a minute, we better start playing again."' THERE IS no doubt that the Wolverines are…

…. Despite losing almost 40 percent of its scoring due to injuries suffered by senior right wingers Brad McCaughey, Joe Lockwood, and Billy Powers, the Wolverines have kept on scoring. Deasley, Stone, and Jim…

February 11, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 65) • Page Image 7

… highlighted the current issues the Michigan women's basketball team is dealing with, and offered perspective on the probable future for the team in 2014. 1. Fouls causing problems for Wolverines. There's no…

…. Driscoll, a 6-foot-4 senior, has anchored the Wolverines' defense with 54 blocks. The tallest players on the roster also have more experience than most on Michigan's roster - both had seen time on the court…

February 11, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 66) • Page Image 10

… Compton Family Ice Arena in South Bend on Friday night after the Wolverines dropped a 7-4 contest to Notre Dame, Berenson wasn't smiling He wasn't the next night, either, when Michigan lost again, 6-4 this…

…'t to say Berenson's program hasn't had pitfalls before. They just haven't had them this badly in the last quar- ter-century. The Wolverines have earned an NCAA Tourna- ment berth for 22 consecutive years…

… crease. After killing off yet another penalty, it was the Wolverine power-play unit that had the next opportunity as the two teams spent much of the sec- ond period away from even strength. Sophomore…

… down a loose puck before sailing it across the crease to Bryan Rust, brother of former Wolverine Matt Rust, who finished past Rutledge. One minute and 37 seconds later, Peter Schneider connect- ed on a…

… frame, Austin Wuth- rich extended it to a 5-2 Fight- ing Irish lead. Junior goalie Adam Jane- cyk came in for mop-up work. only to surrender another goal almost instantly. The Wolverines got one back on…

March 11, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 88) • Page Image 13

… U be djicwun &tdlg Icers score first-round knockout By John Leroi Daily Sports Editor There wasn't much the Redskins could do to stop Michigan. Fate just wasn't on their side. And the Wolverines

… were on a roll. Miami (Ohio) put up a good fight, but in the end, the Redskins' effort fell far short of halting Michigan's march to the CCHA semifinals. The No. 4 Wolverines (29-7-2) held off Mi- ami…

… Michigan in the game when the Wolverine defense didn't. "You hope that it doesn't have to happen this way, but Marty Turco was the difference in this game," Berenson said. "He hasn't had to, in many games…

….26 that the Wolver- ines really relied on its All-CCHA netminder to win a game for them. The Wolverines had good offensive and defensive games in that outing - something that wasn't apparent Saturday…

… forced an opponent out of its Read game Saturday night. The Wolverines grabbed the Badgers by the neck (not literally) and wouldn't let go, not until they had Ohoked the game out of Wisconsin. :What? You…

… didn't think these Wolverines could play like that? Of course they can. They just usually don't. But against Wisconsin, they did. "We hung our hat with some good defense today," Michigan coach Steve…

…Intosh Daily Sports Editor Three shots make this much of a difference? The Michigan Wolverines made 16 field goals Jan. 3 and lost at Wisconsin; Saturday, they converted 19 shots from the floor - and won, 65…

April 11, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 110) • Page Image 10

… great because the whole team got a chance to play," senior co-captain Justine Sarver said. The Wolverines used the weekend to work on their offense and to practice certain plays that they plan to use at…

Wolverines also looked to jun- ior Julie Chmielewski, who scored 14 points, and senior Meghan Kolassa to lead the team on offense and defense. "You can always rely on Meghan for her defense," Sarver said. "And…

…-82-86-249) was able to handle the course as well, finish- ing tied for 15th. The freshman began the tournament with an 81 and her consistent play resulted in the second- best finish by a Wolverine. "I always knew…

February 11, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 78) • Page Image 5

… Women's Gymnastics Valentine Invitational Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Keen Arena SPORTS Ice Hockey at Bowling Green Saturday, 7 p.m. Bowling Green Blue we, Wolverines make easy win seem diflcult When you…

… look at this morning's headline and see that Michigan defeated Wisconsin last night by 19 points, it would be easy to believe that the Wolverines had no problem beating their conference opponent. Just…

February 11, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 66) • Page Image 9

…, and rarely-used redshirt freshman forward Max Bielfeldt registering a career high in minutes, the Wolverines couldn't pull it out. It took a desperation 40-foot shot from Wisconsin, but Michigan fell…

…, but a crazy, unpredictable last minute of the game was needed to keep the Wolverines (8-3, 21-3) from getting back to No.1. With just over a minute remaining in the game, Burke made a pull-up jumper…

… court go, down three points. The Wolverines had a foul to give, so Michigan coach John Beilein instructed his players to foul. A perfect inbound pass to Brust left Wolverine fresh- man guard Caris Le…

… through the net could've blown the roof off the building. EVERETT There was an overtime, COOK sure, but the Wolverines were understandably deflated, scor- ing just two points in the extra frame. The game…

… close. The Wolverines couldn't shoot, fin- ishing the game under 40 percent from the floor and well under 30 percent from three. They couldn't get to the line, shootinga grand total of two from the…

March 11, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 88) • Page Image 16

… gave one of its best performances of the season March 1 against Northwestern in the first-round of the Big Ten Tournament. Unfortunately, the Wolverines will not be able to build off of their strong…

… showing until November. The Wildcats (9-9 Big Ten, 21-10 overall) won the 3- point contest, 11-10, and the game, 89-79, ending Michigan's season with their third hard-fought victory over the Wolverines. "I…

… the Ohio State-Minnesota game that followed, since the Wolverine and Wildcat perimeter players torched it into the hardwood with a combined 21 3-pointers, a record for two teams in a Big Ten contest…

… season, it's probably hard to believe the Wolverines kept this one close. But there they were, nailing 10 of 15 shots from downtown, committing only 1I turnovers while dishing out 22 assists and down only…

… Jennifer Brzezinski assisted by sophomore Akisha Franklin (13 points.six assists, three steals)a minute into the half. Brzezinski scored six points and grabbed four rebounds in her final game as a Wolverine

… assists. But Northwestern countered with a Christina Braden layup from Amber DeWall (game-high I I assists) and a Ratay 3-pointer from the left corner. The Wolverines would not get closer than four points…

… game, compared to 21 against Michigan. And in agang they lost by 10 points, the Wolverines were outscored from the charity stripe by 13. "We were playing mostly man-to-man (defense) and when you play…

….3 percent) of their 3-point attempts. "The biggest difference in this game was that we didn't make defensive stops when we needed to," Rob- erts said. Catherine DIGiacinto and the Wolverines fell to…

… Northwestern in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament, last weekend in Indianapolis. Wolverines' tourney loss gives them one more year of futility By Dan Stillmap Daih Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS - Various…

… potential it had. And, despite the end result (an 89-79 loss), the Wolverines' play against Northwestern in the first round of last weekend's Big Ten Tournament served as final proof. The Wolverines entered…

September 11, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 1) • Page Image 48

…THE MICHIGAN DAILYTED Wolverines By JERRY KALISH with what he calls a feeling It's approximately 668 miles "guarded optimism." 'om Yost Fieldhouse to Ebbett's It's not surprising that obseve To…

… Field Improved Basketball Tean of rers Field, but you'd think you were actually in Brooklyn last season when you heard Wolverine basket- ball fans echo the old war cry made famous. by the Dodgers, "Wait…

… 'till next year." And as "next year" approaches head basketball coach Dave Strack isn't exactly pessimistic. The Mich- igan mentor enters his third sea- son at the helm for the Wolverines are expecting…

Wolverine basketball fortunes to be on the upswing with the return of four regulars, all of whom averaged in double figures, and the availability of some outstanding sophomores who comprised last. winter…

…'s freshman team considered by many to be the best in the school's history. And for the first time in recent years, the Wolverines won't be lacking depth. This problem has plagued Strack in his two years here…

…. In his fresh- man year, he had the great John Tidwell but only managed to win two conference games. Last year, too, the Wolverines finished eighth with a 5-.9 mark, and Strack was forced to go with…

…. Cole, 6'7" senior, will handle one of the forward positions this year. He wound up the season as the Wolverines' top scorer and rebounder and was tenth leading scorer in the Big Ten with a 17.4 average…

February 11, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 93) • Page Image 16

…'s and women's gymnastics teams were battling Ohio State, and the Wolverine faithful re- peatedly showed their appreciation in deafening fashion. The electricity of a co-ed meet, the thirst of the crowd to…

… see the home teams in action; surely there couldn't be a loser on such a night. But such are the evils of competition. Someone must prevail, so despite an inspired effort, the Wolverine men were unable…

… Rusty Schillinger won the all-around com- petition with a 57 for all six events. Verrall led all Wolverines with a 55.65, good for fourth place, while co-captain Jim Round took fifth at 53. 65. But as…

…'s Fat Tuesday Party! Wolverine gymnast Jim Round competes on the rings during this weekend's 180.8 -175.75 loss to Ohio State. Women break record, defeat Buckeyes by Andy Stabile Daily Sports Writer…

… encore per- formance, as the Wolverines once again broke the school record on their way to defeating Ohio State, 186.35 to 184. Two important factors in the meet were the team's improved performance on the…

… balance beam and the large, vocal crowd. Wolverine sophomore Allison Winski once again lead the charge toward the new record, garnering the highest point total of the meet. "The beam was an improve- ment…

December 11, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 65) • Page Image 16

…. "We're going to eat, sleep, and swim," says head coach Jon Urbanchek. The team will hold Christmas training camp in Boca Raton and participate in the U.S. Open Invita- tional in Orlando. The Wolverines

… around an Illinois-Chicage defender in a recent series. This weekend, the Wolverines place their 5-2 home record against Miami at Yost Ice Arena. By KEN GOLDBERG The Central Collegiate Hockey Association…

… is just getting into the groove after missing the season's first twelve games with a broken ankle. The latest Wolverine casualty is forward Ryan Pardoski, out indefinitely with a leg injury. Michigan…

… played well in taking a pair at home from Boston College last weekend, improving its home record to 5-2. The Wolverines home success will be contrasted by the Redskins strong road record. They are 2-2-1 on…

February 11, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 114) • Page Image 6

Wolverines more polish and poise. State & Packard The result was a 9-0 whitewash <=-yom~r:>o<-amo<-o< o {s < -{7 om <-of Michigan State. h Kayos Spartans, 9-0 pa After Friday night's 4-3 over- time…

… squeaker over the Spartans, Wolverine goalie Jim Keough pre- dicted a substantial victory last night. Actually he didn't go too far out on a limb. Though Michi- gan's Friday night victory was a pastiche of…

…-1 score. Last night the Wolverines kept the pieces together. "We played a good game," ac- knowledged Wolverine Coach Al Renfrew. "And, despite the score, State is still a good team. They gave us a heckuva…

… game Friday night." The Wolverines continued their third period heroics, scoring six goals in the final stanza. "This could be some team if it played three third periods a night," notes Keough. A Wolver…

… started. Nine minutes later Galbraith got a souvenir puck for his second hat trick of the season. The next two minutes brought two more Michigan goals. *I UI And the Wolverines await next -Daily…

…-Andy Sacks weekend's. invasion of Michigan MICHIGAN FORWARD Lee Martilla (8) skates across the Mich- Tech, currently one WCHA notch igan State crease in jubilation after scoring the Wolverines' last ahead of…

… light w in spectacle of the two held in weights. le Events Building, the Michigan At 123 pounds, Steve Rubin gave w estlers took measure of Ohio the Wolverines a fast 5-0 lead by te as they beat them…

… to 15 and 12 ith the Wolverines holding a slim ad as they 'went Into the heavy eights. Michigan's Pete Cornell had the eight upon his- shoulders as the rolverines could not lose here and ill have a…

April 11, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 116) • Page Image 9

… Nightmares , Michigan 12, Michigan 4, Michigan 3, k: 7,Michigan 6 Wolverines fall to 1-7 in Big Ten play By H. Jose Bosch Daily Sports Writer After a terrible 0-4 start to the Big Ten season against…

… three-time defending conference champion Minnesota, Michigan looked to rebound against Iowa. Under Michigan coach Rich Maloney's ten- ure, the Wolverines had a 6-2 record against the Hawkeyes. But Iowa…

… some good hitters. (Their pitchers) brought it near the plate, and we hit it. We were aggressive." For the second time this weekend, it took until the second game for the Wolverine bats to heat up…

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