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February 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 80) • Page Image 14

… Arbor over the weekend once again, Ball State was hop- ing that the Wolverines would go into hibernation. Unfortunately for the Cardinals, they were the ones that were caught napping. The Wolverines were…

… very much awake on Saturday at the Varsity Tennis Center, sending Ball State out the door with a 5-2 drubbing. As with the previous four matches for the undefeated Wolverines, they jumped out to an early…

February 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 73) • Page Image 9

… since cluding College Field Hockey Coaches As- Michigan was 3-7 in 1992, the first year 1993. sociation All-Midwest Regional, Academic of Big Ten field hockey, and has finished The Wolverines played in an…

… indoortour- All-Big Ten and second-team All-Big Ten 4-6 each year since. The Wolverines have nament in Toronto this weekend and were accolades. never finished higher than fourth in the unavailable for comment…

… intermission as Purdue's lead grew to 16 on a couple of Jennings' free throws with 10:35 left. Then Michigan woke up. A 20-4 Wolverine run tied the game at 60. But it wasn't enough. "Purdue held on and found a…

February 12, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 96) • Page Image 9

…Senior Brent Petway blocks a Golden Gopher shot during Saturday's game. Petway's career-high 18 points and numerous hustle plays helped the Wolverines stage a second-half comeback and hold off the…

… over Minnesota, the jury is still out on Michigan's NCAA Tournament chances. But senior Brent Petway became exhibit A in the tiny pile of evidence supporting the Wolverines. Led by Petway's second…

February 12, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 73) • Page Image 9

…/Daily Michigan wrestler Chris (Pitbull) Viola leads his team with seven major decisions. The Wolverines are 9-0 when Viola wins his match. *Viola Wlay fought like itbui Guevara earns job after seven months By…

… that person." The decision came with four regular-sea- son games remaining for the Wolverin , who are currently in ninth place in the Big Ten. The search for a permanent head coach started shortly after…

…-95, then last season's 1-15 record, the Wolverines have put together a respectable 4-8 mark this season with four games remaining. In several of those losses - includ- ing defeats at the hands of Purdue and…

… Michigan State, two of the con- ference leaders - the Wolverines were still in the game entering the final minutes. Michigan's inspired play has earned the praise of coaches around the league. The Wolverines

… collapse By Josh Kleinbaum Daily Sports Writer It's as automatic as night and day. When there is a Big Ten women's swimming championships, the Michigan Wolverines are there to win it. For a decade, the…

Wolverines have owned this meet. The last time they fin- ished anything other than first, Ronald Reagan was president and the New York Mets won the World Series. i that respect, they have nothing to worry…

…. Richardson is confident. His team has been training hard for the past month and a half for the Big Ten and NCAA championship meets, and it is because of this hard training that the Wolverines have lost half of…

… - they have not been in top form since December. And maybe Richardson shouldn't be so confident. It was at Miami (Ohio), Dec. 5-7, that the Wolverines showed their dom- inance. In that weekend, a handful…

… of Wolverines recorded times that were fast enough to qualify for the NCAA championships. In the two months since that meet, only Shannon Shakespeare recorded an NCAA qual- ifying time. And…

… Shakespeare had already qualified in other events. The fact is, Michigan is swimming slowly. The Wolverines peaked in December, while they need to be peak- ing now. Northwestern is doing it right. The No. 15…

February 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 73) • Page Image 14

… facets of the game. Penn State trounced the Wolverines, 83-63, handing the team its fourth straight loss. "They just pretty much overpowered us," said Michigan coach Trish Roberts. While the Wolverines (1…

… Lions used the extra defensive player to stop the Wolverines' perimeter shooting. Roberts expected Penn State to come out playing a zone defense. Michigan looked confused when faced with a man- to…

February 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 110) • Page Image 7

…-1 loss. The Wolverines continued to be con- sistently inconsistent for the season as they could not mount much offensive pressure throughout the entire game. "WE DIDN'T execute and didn't play hard enough…

… ice knotted at zero. Michigan began the second stanza with a powerplay opportunity as the Bulldogs' Dennis Garbarz was sent off for cross-checking, but the Wolverines couldn't score. DESPITE BEING in…

…. Smith dove to the ice to knock the puck away from a Wolverine defen- der who had stolen the puck in the Ferris zone. Tom Rudrud took the loose puck and hit Jean Landry skating in all alone on the left…

….shot from the blue line that was kicked away by Ferris goalie Norm Young. But Paul Spring was there to poke it in from a scramble in front of the net. tate However, the Wolverines couldn't keep their…

… of the Wolverines, lost last night. Bulldogged in Big Rapids FIRST PERIOD Scoring: none. Penalties: M-Seychel (holding) 15:42. FSC-Cook (Couture, File) 12:50. Penalties: M-McCrimmon (tripping) 6…

Wolverines last week. Michigan State isn't one of them. MICHIGAN IS. ! And the Wolverines host the Spartans in their final home- turf competition at Crisler Arena today at noon. Senior all-arounder Dino Manus…

… competed regularly for the Wolverines until freshman Gavin Meyerowitz joined the team in January. Leading the Michigan State gymnasts are high-ranking all- arounders Greg Bosscawen, Bart Acino and Pete…

… second to Wolverine captain Milan Stanovich in the all-around at last December's Wolverine Invitational and is consistently scoring in the "Stanovich" 55-range. "Our guys, especially the freshmen, are…

February 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 73) • Page Image 13

…, the Michigan men's bas reels in the finest recruiting classes in the count dream. However, with this success comes incredibl ions. Expectations that Fisher has riot met. Yesterday the Wolverines were…

… basically eliminated from the Big Ten title chase, losing at Purdue, 69-64. y The Wolverines have lost four of their past five games and have been as inconsistent as a team can be. There is no flow to the…

… the Wolverin to be the nervous, confused ones. Talent can only take a team so far. There has t who can develop that talent and make gre, players into a team. Fisher was once again outcoached by Geneb…

… day. Keady has instilled confidence in his p1 ence that the current crop of Wolverines do le. "Coach Keady is a big motivator," senior Bran said: "He is always yelling and pumping guys you want to win…

… he is a great coach. But it is y high expec- hard to believe that any coach would not have had success with that group of players. Don't expect any magical runs with this current group of Wolverines

…. It happened again Saturday. With the game on the line, the home team showed poise, patience and confidence. The Wolverines, who had just staged a miraculous comeback, displayed the confusion and mental…

… to Keady, one of the best coaches in America. But the fact remains that many teams in the Big Ten should not be able to compete with Michigan. Not only do they play with the Wolverines, they beat…

… toughest tasks of his career as the leader of the Wolverines. Last season was a disappoint- ment from start to finish. There were, however, some valid excuses. This time around there are no excuses. With all…

… Big Ten title chase. For the record, Michigan last won the conference in 1986. Yes, the Wolverines are now in an- other race-one they thought they won long ago. Michigan finds itself in a battle for an…

February 12, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 79) • Page Image 13

… Richardson is not anticipating another title when the Wolverines travel to Minnesota next weekend for the Big Ten Championships. "We never go into a season saying we want to be second," Richardson said. "We…

… want to win, but in the past we had the fire- e." fhe Wolverines have been decimated by injuries and sickness this season, cutting significantly into the team's depth - always a crucial aspect of a…

… the Wolverine Open at the Indoor Track Building this Saturday. The team will be making final preparations for the Big Ten Championships next weekend in Columbus. The team had been planning to send some…

…- ticipate in the Wolverine Open in dual-meet format. The Wolverine Open will pit Michigan against Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Western Michigan in a battle for state bragging rights. "We'll rest up…

February 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 95) • Page Image 8

… could just see it in the Michi- gan players' eyes. Every player resembled a boxer who had just gone one too many rounds. For most of this game, amidst all of the turnovers and missed shots, the Wolverines

… knocked out its Big Ten title hopes, and may have done the same to its NCAA Tourna- ther an ment dreams. e Gold- After nine Big Ten games, the ;an for- Wolverines find themselves on the d up his ropes…

February 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 95) • Page Image 9

… defense looking to set up teammates, the <K; forwards receive most of the powerplay attention h x from opponents and fans. x Wolverines have the man-advantage. As last week- end s series with Alaska…

…-Fairbanks demonstrated, the blueliners are just as important. When Michigan went on the powerplay for five minutes midway through the third period of last Fri- day's game, the Wolverines capitalized with a pair of goals…

February 12, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 79) • Page Image 13

… last four to five minutes (in a game) have been the story of our team," said Michigan coach Trish Roberts. Tonight marks yet another oppor- tunity for an original work as the Wolverines (0-10 Big Ten, 1…

…. Team Pts. EVAN PETRIEIDaiRY Senior point guard Stacie McCall hopes that the women's basketball team doesn't let another one slip away as it enterains Wisconsin tonight. The Wolverines will shoot for…

… be a very competitive meet; they'll (Syracuse) probably pull a mid-270's and that's our ex- actly our goal for this time of year," said Wolverine coach Bob Darden. "If we achieve our goal, which we…

Wolverines. "The Syracuse meet will be very important in terms of the win-loss column," Darden said. "If we're on the bubble, they'll look at head-to- head competition to make the final selection of the teams…

February 12, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 110) • Page Image 12

… thing you want to do is beat yourself - which is exactly what the Michigan Wolverines did as they fell to the Spar- tans of Michigan State for the second time this season, 66-55. After fighting their way…

… back from a 13-point deficit, the Wolverines found themselves within five points with two minutes left. That's when the trouble began, as Dean Hopson was called for a questionable foul and Michigan coach…

February 12, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 96) • Page Image 11

… why did it take so long? The Wolverines absolutely had to have this win. They were com- ing off a four-game losing streak, including a home loss to Iowa that severely dampened their postsea- son…

… just the afore- mentioned two and one. Coleman had two points. And Michigan allowed Min- nesota, the worst-shooting team in the conference, to hit 50 percent of its shots. The Wolverines turned GOPHERS…

February 12, 1929 (vol. 39, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

… First Places Bt Ca rat Turn Back Attack SEASON FRIDAY NIGHT _SQUABTHIS SEASON Of Wolverines Coach Courtright's Junior Var- With the leanest crop of fresh- BEL LO sity basketeers will conclude the ,__man…

… track candidates reported for 1928-29 court season this Friday Wolverine Sextet Now Faces Hard early season tryouts, prospects for Although they captured two first night when the Detroit City col Road…

… Oppenents path seem slim. In the hurdle, failed to extend the Michigan will wind up a rather successful broadjump, distance and weight tankmen as the Wolverines downed season for the "B" five since the JOSEPH…

… Conference champions, Kanitz, Whittle, and Cushing as the Friday, the Wolverine puckmen are Practice has begun in earnest for mn the 150 yard back strokesa reserves for the "iron men" of the primed to begin…

… the by Friday, the Junior Varsity will squad will leave for a week's trip the fortune of the trackmen in sur- performances of'the Wolverines in probably have to depend upon which will include a game…

February 12, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 79) • Page Image 12

… time peri- od of the contest when the Wolverines struggled immensely. "We need to play better for the entire 60 minutes," Berenson said. "We now see that we can't have a bad period or even a bad minute…

… rests at home. The Wolverines struggled with the same scheduling troubles last weekend, when they played two games, while Saturday night's opponent Ohio State.. took Friday off. The problem "has been…

Wolverine also need to have an impressive showing. Michigan has had a tendency to show many sides of itself this sea- son, and they can only hope that the Wolverines of last weekend show up_ again. "They go…

February 12, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 75) • Page Image 10

…, playing without injured forward Maceo Baston, Michigan's attention span dissolved against the Big Ten's doormat, Ohio State, but the Wolverines managed to survive after nearly turning the game over in the…

… second half. Fortunately for the Wolverines, after allowing Ohio State to climb into a close game, they were able to regroup and stave off the hungry Buckeyes, 76-68, before 12,342 fans at Crisler Arena…

February 12, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 75) • Page Image 13

…'s important sistency and depth - as a whole team. This weekend, the ---....---.. Wolverines will show Weekendi just how deep they are by splitting themselves What: Cannon between two meets. Husker Invitati…

… Part of the Wolverines will com- i ndn te in the Cannonr assic in When:$ p.m. Indianapolis. The rest of the Wolverines will Notable:Thed head to Lincoln, Neb. rinners will be for the Husker Classic…

February 12, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 111) • Page Image 8

…- ce, that being 4-3, and buoyed by the consistent play of Roy Tarpley (16 poin- ts, 10 rebounds), the Wolverines never let the Spartans get closer than four the whole evening. "Tarpley is one of the…

… most improved players in the Big Ten," Heatcote said. "He might have been the difference tonight." Whatever the difference, it was a happy one for the Wolverines. The win not only evened Michigan…

… 7:52 and the Wolverine penalty killing unit kept the B Bulldogs off the board late- in the game to assure the impressive win. The hat-trick was the first of the season for Michigan. The power play was…

… zone with four skaters against Mike Neff, as every other Wolverine was caught going the Wrong way. Graham Craig finished off a pass from Ray Zabel to put the Bulldogs on top. Seven minutes later…

February 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 95) • Page Image 12

…- tion problems. "We seem to be very uncomfort- able with that unless we're at home, and that's perplexing to me." The Wolverines tried to stage a desperate rally late. They were down 76-66 when Lester…

… Abram sunk two free throws, and Courtney Sims fol- lowed with a three-point play. Two minutes later, a jumper by Horton and a free throw by Sims pulled Michigan to within 78-76, but the Wolverines would…

February 12, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 110) • Page Image 13

…. They look to Wolverines Yet there is victory, with its accompanying fruits and thrills, to be had if they just identify themselves with the University of Michigan. Not the University of Michigan…

…, actually, although the school is fine. Rather, it is the Michigan Wolverines, the "conquering heroes," who draw the raves. The University is forced to constrict and cut and curtail; the Wolverines roll on…

… swept a traditionally strong Michigan Tech unit at Yost; the Wolverine swimmers pounded Eastern Michigan; the men and women gymnasts routed their In- diana counterparts; the women's basketball team…

…. "Down" years, like the last couple for the Wolverine basketballers, are unavoidable, but they are also the excep- tions at Michigan. Across the athletic board, there are not more than a few schools that…

Wolverines should provide more than enough com- petition for the Spartans. One thing the third seeded and 10-1 Wolverines have in their favor is a home court advantage. "WE'RE SO optimistic about win- hing…

… they are young and incon- sistent, the Wolverines have something no other team has-Kathy Beckwith. THIS SEASON, the sophomore from Richmond Hill, Ontario has emerged as the best gymnast in the Big Ten…

…, placing first at every meet. Last year Beckwith finished fifth in the individual all-around when the Wolverines placed third as a team, and she is the key to the Wolverines' success. Assessing her team…

February 12, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 109) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, February 12, 1980-Page 11 WOLVERINES SWEEP MICHIGAN TECH: Icers conplete double defeat, 5-4 BY JON WELLS Like a spider lures prey into his web, so the Michigan hockey…

… team continues t se Yost Arena as a death trap for ir WCHA foes. When the final buzzer sounded on Sunday and the Wolverines had preserved a grueling 5-4 victory, the Huskies from Houghton became the…

… defensive posture the night before to a style of play more charac- teristic of the team this year: unbridled aggression.' For the first two periods the Wolverine attack consisted mainly of h ad-manning the…

… the first period, and continued, boosting the Wolverines to a 4-2 second stanza ad- vantage. "'We changed some things today (Sunday)," said Michigan Coach Dan Farrell. "We worked the puck deep, ereas…

… gloves, helmet and jersey. The Wolverines came out slow in the final period,,however, and Michigan Tech deadlocked the game at four with a pair of goals within the first four minutes. Huskie defenseman…

… bright spot in the Wolverine picture has been the increasing offen- sive effectiveness of defenseman Steve Richmond. He was the perpetrator. of the prettiest tally of the game in the second period when he…

… all the time in practice. He stickhandles very well." BLUE LINES: With one assist during his limited icetime Sunday, Eaves con- tinues to lead the Wolverines in scoring with 74 pts. Baseotto and Lerg…

…. Goalie Paul Fricker notched his second assist of the season Sunday, as he directed the puck to John Blum who, in turn, sent Rich- mond on his dance through the Huskie defense. Yost, the Wolverines came up…

…, some solid goaltending by Fricker, and a costly hold by Tech's Mark Palkovich at 17:15 combined to pave the rocky road the Wolverines traveled to their weekend sweep. Husk FIRST PERIOD Scoring-i. M…

February 12, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 111) • Page Image 8

….' Minnesota-Duluth saw to that last rlight with a six to one victory over the icers for a sweep of the two game series after an eight to seven overtime trium- ph on Friday. WOLVERINE GOALIE Frank Zim- merman…

… Michigan State and Minnesota.-AP WHILE THE WOLVERINE netmin- der did all he could to keep UMD off the scoreboard, his teammates were having no luck getting on the board. Michigan took 11 shots on the…

… Bulldogs Rich Heinz, most of them nother strong shots in close, however, the, Wolverines could not beat Heinz. For the second straight evening Michigan didn't look like a team harrassed by a slump after the…

… first 20 minutes. But as was the case Friday night the Wolverines somehow managed to louse up a number of scoring opportunities, which would have changed the complexion of the game completely. INSTEAD OF…

…. Yesterday the Wolverines fell to the Spartans because the entire MSU squad outplayed Michigan for most of the game, sending the Spartans back to East Lansing with a 85-71 runaway. "Wegot outhustled today…

…," head coach Dan Fife said. "When the ball's loose and they (MSU) have three guys going after it and we only have three pairs of eyes, you don't get many." It appeared that the Wolverines were going to…

February 12, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 96) • Page Image 12

… wrestling team had not emerged with a win since November. As the weeks passed, the Wolverines' lack of Big Ten victories continued snowballing into a bigger and bigger zero. But with the team's 21-15 upset…

… State." And the key to the Wolverine victory was as unpredictable as Michigan's poor record this season. It wasn't Michigan's pair of sec- ond-ranked wrestlers playing a vital role, but instead, unranked…

… of the second tiebreak to win 6-4. As a furious Churella walked off the mat, he threw his ear guards into the locker room and feelings of concern infiltrated the Michigan bench. The Wolverines were…

…." After the victory to tie the score, second- ranked Eric Tannenbaum took a forfeit win (165 pounds). The next three Wolverines then responded with victories, emerging as unlikely heroes. Jordan Sherrod…

… the country's best gymnasts, including former and current national team members, they held their own. From the amount of noise those Wolverines were making, it seemed as if the entire team made ROB…

Wolverines (1- shone in the qualifying compe- as if they were tition on Thursday night, with ward spiral in Rosso placing sixth overall on n hindered by rings and Catrambone seventh on high bar. Elkind…

… the only Ar b r meet of the season where the Wolverines compete solely on an "r" individual basis, as well as the only one in which they are scored using the new code instituted last year. Seven…

… four of his events. Catrambone and Rosso posted the highest Wolverine finishes of the night, placing fifth on the high bar and rings, respectively. Catrambone also tied for 14th on the still rings. "We…

… Caldwell performed his unique quadruple twist and took first place, hitting the skill on his very first attempt. The Wolverines also got a good look at two of their future team- mates, high school seniors…

February 12, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 93) • Page Image 10

… and Glen Rice added 19 last night to lead the No. 12 Wolverines to an 80-67 victory over Wisconsin. Grant had 10 of Michigan's first 18 points in the second half as the Wolverines (8-2 Big Ten, 19…

… throws and Terry Mills then scored off a rebound. The Wolverines shot 47 percent from the floor in the first half while the Badgers made 41 percent. Illini pummel Gophers CHAMPAIGN (AP) - Nick Anderson…

… their first meeting, but chances of a Wolverine victory in Columbus on Sunday are slim to none. The Buck- eyes (7-2, 15-4) are currently ranked No. 9 nationally. Buckeye Nikita Lowry, of Detroit Cass Tech…

February 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 80) • Page Image 12

Wolverines have gone down to defeat by a goal. In those games, one set of numbers stands out - 1-for-24. No, that's not a Shaquille O'Neal free throw stat. It's the Wolverines' conversions ver- sus attempts on…

… empty-netter) beat Michigan 2-0 Saturday night. Had the Wolverines converted on two or even one of the 23 failed power-play attempts, they would likely find them- selves only three or four points back of…

February 12, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 75) • Page Image 11

…, run in second half points, right around his average. But in the game's final minutes, after Ohio State made a run and tied the game with four minutes remaining, the Wolverines put on the clamps. Travis…

… he got." The Wolverines were wary of Redd coming into last night's game. He's no secret, after all. He's the Big Ten's sec- ond-leading scorer, behind Evan Eschmeyer, and is the second-highest scorer…

February 12, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 93) • Page Image 12

…'s swimming team - Indiana. The Hoosiers have been a constant nemesis to the Wolverines through the years, leading the series, 27-20. It is fitting, then, that Michigan will swim their final meet at Matt Mann…

… Matt Mann Pool against them," said coach Jon Ur- banchek. Also ironic is the fact that Indiana is the last team to beat Michigan in a dual meet. The Hoosiers defeated the Wolverines, in Bloomington, in…

February 12, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 66) • Page Image 8

…Second-half surge, Walton sparks win Off the bench, Irvin's big shot powers 'M' Wolverines earn first win in Columbus for first time since 2003 BySIMON KAUFMAN Daily Sports Writer COLUMBUS - During…

… first win in Columbus in 11 years. The Wolverines trailed early and often through the first half but were finally able to chip away at Ohio State's lead in the second. Midway through the second half…

… Stauskas a nossession later. gave the Wolverine's a 44-43 lead - their first lead since the 17:51 mark in the first half One minute later, freshman guard Derrick Walton Jr. penetrated and got a lay up to…

… the time the team headed to the locker room, thanks in part to an ensemble cast that stepped up at the end of the half. The Wolverines helped their cause with big play on the boards outrebounding Ohio…

… State, 39-27. Fifth-year senior Jordan Morgan collected eight rebounds - six on the offensive side, leading to sec- ond-chance points for Michigan. On defense, the Wolverines focused on eliminating Craft…

… in the scorebook only once, but it was a big one. His 3-pointer with just less than 12 minutes remain- ing narrowed the 15th-ranked Wolverines' deficit to three. And by the time he checked out at the 6…

…." Irvin's 10 points in 20 minutes proved more monumental than it showed on the boxscore as the Wolverines beat No. 22 Ohio State, 70-60 - their first win in Columbus since 2003. Make no mistake, Irvin…

… to gauge the full magnitude of a make with so much time to play, but it was enough to keep the Wolverines in the game, where they stayed - despite a horrendous 32.1-percent shooting mark in the first…

February 12, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 91) • Page Image 16

… 13 points a game, she quickly became an impact player as her improvement won her a Senior guard Tempie Brown leads the Wolverines in scoring, but her inconsistency has kept her on the bench. spot on…

…..- ++. 1la+V - -W"- M - "', 3 BASKETBALL NOTBOOK This time, turnovers good to Wolverines bj Phil Green Daily Basketball Writer, The Wolverines again proved the. deadliness of turnovers in Friday's, 72…

… Indiana during Friday night's Wolverine, 72-59, victory. "Roosevelt's paralegal program was my stepping- stone to a rewarding career." Anne Hillard Legal Assistant Litigation " Real Estate Corporations…

February 12, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

… total set four years ago. The Wolverines jumped off to an early lead, but, the home team went ahead a few seconds before the end of the first quar- ter. Michigan seemed to be in the contest until halftime…

… from the Big Ten cellar and threaten three teams for leadership of the second division. But the Wolverine hopes were weakened by the loss of freshmen Bob Jewell, Ralph Kauffman and Dick Powless. The trio…

… was de- clared ineligible for second semes- ter play due to scholastic difficul- ties. THE WOLVERINES s c o r e d their most decisive victory by trouncing Michigan State, 50-36, in a thrill…

… two-point win from the Wildcats. Paced by Chicago forward Larry Dellefield, Northwestern held off a last-minute Maize and Blue rally to top the Wolverines, 59-57. Following deadlocks of 19-19 at the…

… quarter and 33-33 at the half, Northwestern took a 54-40 lead with four minutes left in the third stanza and held the Wolverines at bay the rest of the way. Michigan overcame a 13-point Northwestern…

… ineligibility FOURTH STRAIGHT: Wolverine Matmen Beat Iowa; Take Six Matches .4. CLASS OF '52 WELL-PAID JOBS FOR ENGI 'NEERS AT LINK AVIATION! Engineering majors -there's a fine career for you at LINK AVIATION…

February 12, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 67) • Page Image 8

… one-game lead over the Wolverines, making Tuesday night's tussle inside the Breslin Center even more important. Tensions should be high come 9 p.m. in East Lansing, and two Spartans - center Adrelan…

… Daily Sports Editor The stakes have never been this high for a mid-February rivalry game. The Wolverines (8-3 Big Ten, 21-3 overall) and the Spartans (9-2, 20-4) have faced off 169 times in the rivalry…

… Tuesday. sition - Burke against In addition, the Wolverines ding - and the battle in haven't always been a strong with Wolverine fresh- rebounding team and have strug- h McGary and redshirt gled keeping up…

…Gary's inex- - arguably the best perience and a lack of a strong rd in the nation - has defensive presence are where the ing a lot of attention Wolverine big men struggle. sing teams. Ohio State's "It's very…

…. With one of the most experienced coaching staffs in the country and a loaded recruiting class joining the pro- gram this fall, the Wolverines might experience even better results in the near future. On…

…) and had the lowest. goals-against average (0.96) than any other netminder in Michigan history. The Wolverines' roster already features two goalkeep- ers, sophomore Maddie Clarfield and junior Zaryn…

… was recent- ly called up to the Canadian national team. The Wolverines also picked up Virginia transfer and Troy, Mich. native Olivia Brannon on Jan. 9 - one of the nation's top defenders. Michigan had…

February 12, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 93) • Page Image 8

… will be hoping for a little love from the NCAA Infractions Committee, which will finally make a decision as ASSEMBL to how it will punish the Wolverines for the Ed Martin scandal. who: Michiga Given…

…. With six games remaining after tonight (three home, three away), the Wolverines (7-2 Big Ten, 14-8 overall) will finish with at least 10 wins if they can defend their home court successfully. Tack on a…

February 12, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 75) • Page Image 14

…-horse unit, but the overall strength of the Wolverines could overwhelm the Gophers. "Consistency is the key," Golder said. "He who makes the fewest mistakes will win. I feel we hold a slight advantage, but if…

… we make mistakes, they'll get by us." A week-long layoff has the Wolverines feeling confident that they will minimize mistakes this weekend against the Gophers. yet the Wolverines haven't been out a…

February 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 73) • Page Image 10

… toward Championships. By Avi Ebenstein Daily Sports Writer The Michigan men's track team's season is up and running and well on its way to the Big Ten Champion- ships. The Wolverines took a step closer…

Wolverines won the meet with seyeral first-place finishes. Junior Kevin Sullivan won the mile with a time of 4:03.12, senior Trinity Townsend cap- tured the 800 meter with a time of 1:51.37 and John Royce won…

… that glorifies personal achievement. If the Wolverin'es harbor any hopes of a Big Ten crown, maintaining this camaraderie will be in- strumental. "This whole weekend was good te - bonding," Slater said…

… some impres- sive relay times. The Wolverines won the distance medley (1:55.81) and the 4 x 400 mile relay (3:15.47). "A lot of guys performed well," Sullivan said. "I was fairly pleased." Mortimer also…

… felt the Wolverines put forth a strong team performance. Harvey does not want to downplay the importance of regular season per- formances. "We play at (Eastern Michigan) on Friday, but that is just…

…/DalJy Tearza Johnson and her Wolverine teammates prepared for the Big Tens In a meet last weekend in Illinois. SBlue grapplers overcome Ohio 4, State with Richardson's win, 19-15. By Jennifer Hodulik Daily…

…-5-1 overall), 19-15, yesterday at Cliff Keen Arena. The Wolverines prevailed in a meet that featured showdowns between some of the Big Ten's marquee wrestlers. In one of the key match-ups, Michi- gan sophomore…

… also turned in strong performances for the Wolverines. Another test of ranked competitors pitted newly ninth-ranked sophomore Lacure (150) against No. 6 Charlie Becks. Lacure improved his record to 24…

…-7 with a 7-4 decision. In the heavy weight class, fellow No. 7 Wolverine sophomore Richardson won in convincing fashion, 9-3, over No. 12 Nick Nutter. Richardson is now 13-1 in conference matches and holds…

February 12, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 75) • Page Image 3

…, Birdsall Pace Squad Wolverines Avenge Previous Defeat Beating Badgers with Scoring Spree Elliott Takes Scoring Honors with 21 Points ; Michi ganl Piles Up Large Half-Time Margin By WALT KLEE . After…

…- igan's swimmers will play host to Minnesota Saturday night at the Sports Building pool. The meet with the Gophers will be the last outing for the Wolverines before their vaction-time invasion of Ohio…

Wolverine jumped into the lead and held it through the course of the race by staving off several determined bids, Birdsall, a two-miler, is in a class by himself. After running more than a mile in stride with…

… cleared the bar at 13 feet 8 inches. Over-all Strenghth Counts Yet without any doubt it was the over-all strength of all performers, rather than any individual feats that made possible the Wolverine per…

February 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 80) • Page Image 15

…7B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - Monday, February 12, 2001 .'M' takes fight out of Illini :Wolverines pull away from Illinois in second half By David Horn missing from her game all year…

… combination MICHIGAN 74 sights set on that had been lacking in recent games. something else - Five Wolverines - a balanced attack of top five in the three guards and two forwards - scored in conference. The top…

…-point Wolverine Yesterday's contest was the first Big Ten lead at the half. ;ame in two weeks for senior captain Anne "I thought the second half was a much dif- Thorius, who went down with an ankle injury ferent…

… Worcester, Mass. "Both Friday afternoon and Saturday at practice it was all defensive drills." The Wolverines play at home against Iowa this Thursday. They control their own destiny - by winning their…

… team experi- enced a lot of unexpected delays traveling to State College for the Nittany Lion Qualifier. But the Wolverines were not fazed by such distractions. They finished in fifth place among the…

… her the first Wolverine to qualify for the NCAA Championships this season. "Simpson is a triple jump specialist, putting all her energy and emotion into it," Henry said. "It was a pleasant surprise for…

… in the Big Ten championship."' It is important to note that the Wolverines are not at full strength. Junior Tasha Phillips, who didn't jump this past weekend, is cor- ing off a minor injury. There is…

… and Michigan State. But for the Wolverines, the meet ended up being a tale of two teams. Unfortunately, both of those teams were wearing the block "M".' The first team -- composed of the runners - was…

… led by sprinter Ike Okenwa. Okenwa and company held the weight of the Wolverines on their shoulders, earning the vast majority of Michigan's 123.5 points. That total was second only to Eastern's 211…

February 12, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 91) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY estling Schedule Starts Getting Tough uin for Wolverines in Future Meets Co-Captain Rivalry Feature( In 'M'-MSU Basketball Gam By DAVE LYON ginning this Saturday, the dule…

… starts getting tough again Michigan's wrestling team. aving expended relatively little t in their last three meets nst Northwestern, Purdfie, and ois, the Wolverine matmen have to contend with Iowa, nesota…

… is only as good as its indi- vidual members, so a consideration of individuals is in order. Mike Hoyles, Wolverine junior, is one of the Conference's best at 123 pounds. How he stands in rela- tion to…

… competition from Iowa's once-beaten John Kelly in trying to extend his string of three straight victories. Michi- gan's principal weak spot'is at 137, where the Wolverines are still looking for their first…

… interested in getting Michigan back in the chase in order to win their first crown in their three years. The Wolverine pair, two of the most heralded prepsters ever to come out of state, aided Michigan's fifth…

… place finish in 1956-57-the high- est standing Coach Bill Perigo has had at Ann Arbor. The Wolverine seniors are re- membering the 79-69 defeat hand- ed them by State last year, while the Spartan duo…

February 12, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 93) • Page Image 8

… four collegiate games. Michigan coach Kevin Borseth initially played just one post play- er off the bench. That's when the hardworking freshman stepped in. The Wolverines (3-10 Big Ten, 10-14 overall…

… translated into success. The three came off the bench early to spark a comeback at Northwestern and to provide scoring punch against Penn State, but the Wolverines lost both games. Reynolds and Phil- lips…

February 12, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 86) • Page Image 7

…- gan State Saturday afternoon in Varsity Exhibition Pool in the first dual meet of the second semester. The new look will be provided by four new men who were not eligible to swim for the Wolverines

… Athletics. No action is expected in this matter until next week and' his eligibility will be in doubt un- til then. The addition of Webster to the Wolverine roster could be a key factor in Michigan's bid for…

… returning to Finland. "We could have used Kaykho," Wolverine Coach Gus Stager said, "but he just seemed to lose in- terest and never made grades." Cincinnati Snaps Streak; Wings Lose to Boston eA GRIMLY…

… DETERMINED - Wolverine freestyler Andy Morrow watches intently at a Michigan practice session in Varsity Pool. Morrow, who regained his eligibility this smeester, is a welcome addition to Coach Gus Stager…

…, the National Basket- in the Big Ten Meet and both Hall and USC's Gerry Tobian in the NCAA. If the two Wolverines are able to beat their opposition Michigan's chances for retaining their titles will be…

… goal of the night one minute from the end. r Tidwell Tops Wolverine Iasketballers in Scoring John Tidwell still leads the Wolverine basketball team in scoring according to the latest Michigan scoring…

February 12, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

… - By JEFF WEISS A cold shooting touch from the floor accounted for Michigan's 80- 69 loss to Minnesota Monday night. The Wolverines made only 27 of 96 shots from the floor for a poor 29 percent shooting…

… is not the case. "Doing my routine the best I can do is the thing utmost in my mind," said Ed Gagnier, Michigan captain. "The only fear I have is that I will not do my best." Chuck ,Clarkson, Wolverine

… 19 points. He hit on 8 of 14 from the floor, and 3 of 4 foul shots to give him the best effort this season. This. year Lewis' play-making has helped make the Wolverines a title contender. Although a…

… Hockey League enters the last month of its short and unsuccessful existence, the outcome of the championship race remains in doubt. Since the Wolverines have al- ready been mathematically elim- inated from…

… title contention, the remainder of the season should serve as an indication of Michigan h o p e s for the forth-coming season. Wolverine championship hopes looked dim as early as Christmas vacation. The…

… inexperienced puck- men were faced with six games totaling half of a possible 24 points before the turn of the New Year. This was the turning point of the season as the Wolverines were able to pick up only four…

…, "This was the Wolverines' low point of the season." Although it came too late, the Wolverines hit their high point of the season Saturday night when they scored four goals in the last period to defeat…

February 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 95) • Page Image 10

… win for the team to tak who are always expected to win. . Two weeks ago, the Wolverine was nationally ranked No. 33 at t 1 Surprisingly, the match's one 1o ranked player and co-captain, ju implied that…

… of the memorable moments with the team occur ctice and work hard," Jackson off the court." you are surrounded by great The Wolverines return to the hardcourt after two weeks off. ell as your friends…

Wolverines could change one thing about how the sea- ave actually been an asset for son is going, players said they would just like to see more fans at the matches. Michael," Gossain said. "If "Since the…

… No. 1 heavyweight Pat Cummins of Penn State - have led the Wolverines (4-1 Big Ten, 14-3 overall) to a hot start in Big Ten dual-meet action. Moos was recently honored by the National Wrestling Coaches…

… day-out to accomplish what 1. want to do on the mat and get a win." In a recent dual meet against Iowa, Wagner's victory won the meet for the* Wolverines. Wagner entered the matcb* knowing he needed a…

February 12, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 114) • Page Image 7

… RICK STERN. Special To The Daily EVANSTON - Shooting 50 per cent from the field, Big Ten co- leader Northwestern rolled past a drastically off-target Wolverine quintet 105-82 here yesterday. Michigan…

… from the line, also a season low. The game was so neat a replay of Michigan's 93-73 pasting by the Wildcats a month ago that ex- pedient Wolverine coach Dave Strack might have saved money by sending a…

… grabbed 12 re- bounds. All-America candidate Jim Burns only scored 12 points, but the Wildcats didn't need him anyway... For the Wolverines, Craig Dill scored the first eight points and finished as game…

…. Consistently Wolverine defend- ers fell behind their men and had to foul to keep them from scoring. At the half, Michigan had 14 fouls while Nortwestern had committed only nine. Both Wolverine ball handlers…

…. Jumping like a trampolinist, he consistently had position on the taller Wildcat front-liners and more than once went up for second and third tips. Desperately hoping to escape the cellar, the Wolverines

… State skat- ers blasted the Wolverine icers last night 5-1, you can't refer to the Spartans as the 'defending NCAA champs.' They looked more like thej NCAA champions of '66-'67. "We just jelled," a…

February 12, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 110) • Page Image 10

… are tum- bling down the road of defeat. The women's team, losers of seven consecutive games, dropped two road contests over the weekend. Purdue top- ped the Wolverines 66-57 on Friday, and Illinois…

… smothered them.88-65 on Sun- day. Michigan is now 7-14 overall and 1- 10 in the Big Ten. HOWEVER, head coach Bud Van De Wege reminded everyone that this is his first year as the leader of the Wolverines. He…

February 12, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 111) • Page Image 7

… thinclads qualify for NCAA indoor meet By RANDY SCHWARTZ Francie Goodridge came away from yester- day's 25-team Wolverine-Nike Invitational Track Meet smiling. The Michigan women's track coach's goal was…

… was concerned about the high jump but it came together in a week and Melody put nearly a foot on her long jump.'' SUE SCHROEDER qualified for the NCAA finals finishing second behind ex-Wolverine Sue…

… standard of 5'10%" and broke her own meet record in the high jump. Current Wolverines Dawn Rich) and Angie Hafner finished second and third with jumps fo 5'9" and 5'71/2" respectively. Karen Bowen of the…

… finished third in both events. It was the second big victory in a row for theWolverines, who last week beat a strong Iowa squad. Michigan returns to Ann Arbor to take on Michigan State next Saturday at Matt…

February 12, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SM THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19," PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19M NEW SHIPMENTS of USE O % %twKS Hustling Barron Sparks Wolverine Cage Squad orriving…

Wolverine squad with an average of 17.5 points per game. The Chicagoan's 262 points also places him among the top ten scorers in the Big Ten. THE SOPHOMORE star, the spark plug of the Maize and Blue quintet…

… the 137-pound ing team'championships at the hands of The Hawkeyes will enter this Pete Compton of Illinois. meet with their best mid-season Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverines mark since 1950 when they posted…

… wrestle because of a leg in- !row will provide the Wolverines Sophomore Kenneth Leuer, a jury. He has wrestled heavy- with some very tough competition. 177-pounder, leads the Hawkeyes weight during the dual…

… Wisconsin's Cap-1 tain Jerry Seeber who was unde- feated for two previous seasons. The Wolverines will field a strong team headed by Norvard "Snip" Nalan who is undefeated in two years of dual meet compe…

February 12, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

… they are still flying around Ann Arbor. The women's Ultimate Frisbee club team, Flywheel, prac- tices during the entire academic year. The Wolverines started strong this year with a 16-0 record in the…

…- son who has played Ultimate to six people who have never played." The Wolverines will be playing on the road for the rest of the sea- son. The next tournament for Fly- wheel is the Queen City Tune Up in…

Wolverine career during a rough day at practice. "He told me, 'When you miss a set, that's my problem. I have to fig- ure out how to fix it. When you hit a set, that's yours. You get to keep that,' " Bregman…

… said. "There's a sense that he's in it with you." THE LAUGHING WOLVERINE Xiao constantly cracks jokes to keep his gymnasts upbeat, even when they're having tough work- outs in the gym. His one-liners are…

… never forget, and I will take those wherever I go in life." Still far behind Oklahoma's level of success, with the Wolverines Xiao has high hopes for the coming months and years. "We've never had a team…

February 12, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 96) • Page Image 10

… Cham- pionships in two weeks. The two-day event, which was not scored, saw the Wolverines shine in numerous individual races. Redshirt freshman Christina Sol- omon finished in second place in the high…

…. But perhaps the most impressive performance of the weekend came from junior Nicole Edwards. She was the lone Wolverine to garner an NCAA automatic qualifying bid, finishing in eighth place in the mile…

… week's utter collapse in the final event, the floor exercise, the Michigan women's gymnastics team exorcised some of its demons in a tri meet against No.6 Nebraska and Illinois. The Wolverines beat the…

… lot about this week." Ironically, Michigan went into its final rotation this weekend in the exact same position as last weekend - first place. But instead of falling to the same fate, the Wolverine

Wolverines were doing much better than last week's performance, but there was still one performance left. Finally, it was sophomore phe- nom Tatjana Thuener-Rego's turn. The buzz in Criselr Arena rose to its…

… jumpy student section, with a score of 9.875. But Michigan didn't have its best performance of the year prior to floor. Three Wolverines scored 9.600 or below on the beam, statis- tically the team…

… WEEKEND? OUR BLOG, "THE GAME," HAS ARCHIVED CONTENT. 1 I ~ £JllL &sf tlt~Clft ~tI their "A game" to Ann Arbor, the Wolverines were still able to sneak out with a victory. Nonetheless, Michigan (9-1) fin…

… season, 195.825, was nearly a half-point better than its season average and will most likely move the team up in the rankings for the third consecutive week. Despite their top-10 ranking, the Wolverines

February 12, 1924 (vol. 34, iss. 94) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I" ......"'... will r1 y :, -I i _ s .-- nn fr T Ohio State Man Leading Big Ten TEN COURGMETO CHICAGG In tScoring WOLVERINdE SIX '. DEFEATS IIS Wolverines have one tie…

… against their? record. The Minnesota sextet is the toughe team the Wolverines will have to face. In their two games with sconsi the Nortlimen have not given the B - gers the solare ofasnlgolde feating them…

… 17 at Chicago.} n's fast floor work in the If told against the Wolver- the closing period. Capt ind Barnes tied the score at., ajpprovai his charg taking th meat sq,4a,( ings and gh the Wolverine

…___ ors. Miner leads his own teammates in the Wolverines locking horns with the Earl Combj, brilliant outfielderpur.- scoring for the season, all games in- Wisconsin sextet at Madison. The 'based by the…

February 12, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 66) • Page Image 1

… Peace Cgnizes'U New initiative aims to combine many services under one message By CLAIRE BRYAN Daily StaffReporter After launching its new pro- gram in the fall, Wolverine Wellness, the University Health…

… Service is striving to streamline its offerings to better serve stu- dents. Previously known as the Health Promotion and Commu- nity Relations at UHS, Wolverine Wellness is still under develop- ment, but is…

February 12, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 75) • Page Image 12

… divisionals)," rookie Kelly Copeland said. "But everyone was still relaxed and having fun." The women conquered both the slalom and the giant slalom captur- ing almost every top position. The Wolverines swept…

… title. "It was a three way tie and we had to go to the tie breaker," senior Tim Sattlemeier said. "We had ev- eryone stand up this time and that's why we won." Sattlemeier was the top Wolverine finisher…

….03, and Matt Turner captured eighth in 51.20. Gietzen rounded out the Michigan finishers in 11th. The Wolverine skiers have a week off before the regional race. They will face qualifiers from the Lake…

… enters the City-County Building in Indianapolis, Ind. yesterday1 being found guilty of rape on Monday. Tyson is scheduled for sentencing M Come see the MC GHMIGIAN WOLVERINES play here at Scorekeepers…

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