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April 12, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 132) • Page Image 10

…, 29-6 overall) today and tomorrow at Varsity Diamond, its toughest obstacle may not be defeat- ing the perenially powerful Hawk- eyes. First, the No. 14 Wolverines (2- 2, 18-10) will have to overcome…

Wolverines at the Bud Lite National Invitational in Sunnyvale, Calif., by a 1-0 count. "We played right with Iowa the whole game," Hutchins said. "If you want to stay competitive with them, you have to play…

April 12, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 115) • Page Image 9

… have ' passed since Michigan sent its men's gymnastics team to the KNCAA Championships.. "' .. Saturday night, the Wolverines broke that streak. The top-ranked Wolverines entered Huff Hall in an unusual…

… the top-ranked team in the country. But it wasn't that simple. Facing the Wolverines in the East Regional were the top teams in the country. Six of the next eight spots in the national rankings were…

April 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 112) • Page Image 11

…-ouse kept up the momentum for e Wolverines, following two blowout wins'against Toledo and Marietta. What las keyed this dominance over the past week for Michigan has been the offense. The scores from the…

… previous three games are a testament to Michigan's firepower. Prior to the 22-6 win over the Falcons Wednesday night, the Wolverines destroyed Toledo, 23- I, and then followed that with a 26-4 ictory over…

… dynamic. Bowling Green started the game with a quick goal in the first minute. However, the Falcon goal only lit the fuse for yet another explosive Wolverine victory. Michigan quickly responded, as…

…. And just as Bowling Green thought it had ended the drought by scoring a goal Sof its ow, Michigan turned around and scoredf twice, ending the quarter 7-2. The Wolverines continued their pre- ision on…

…, with only a few minutes remaning in the half, the penalty car- died over into the third quarter. mJust as the penalty carried over, so did the momentum of Michigan's of- ''nse. The Wolverines scored the…

… quarter, as they scored their sec- ond straight goal. Unfortunately for them, Michigan wasn't done just yet. The Wolverines scored the final four goals ofthe game, the first of which a textbook fast…

… attackers Fred Yun and om Lall. Lall ended the game with four assists, in addition to two goals. Passing was key to the evening's best goal,just as it was to the overall success of the Wolverines. Michigan…

… assisted on 16 of its 22 goals - an incredible statistic. "The more shots you are assisting, the better shots you are taking," Di~iovanni said. Andthe Wolverines were taking quite a few shots - 55 on the…

… night to be exact. Consider the fact that Bowling Green took as many shots as Michigan scored goals, 22, and you get the idea about the constant offensive pressure the Wolverines put on the Falcons all…

…. The Wolverines will face Miami of Ohio, Ohio University and team to be decided. The Wolverines will return home Sunday to face Buffalo at 5 p.m. in Oosterbaan Fieldhouse. N ® ® ® N TOLEDO Continued…

April 12, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 111) • Page Image 12

Wolverines play Penn State (13-14,2-6), which currently holds the eighth spot in the conference ahead of only Purdue. Considering the cir- cumstances, the Nittany Lions might be just what the doctor ordered…

…. Nonetheless, the Wolverines refuse to take this game lightly. "We're worried about every game," leftfielder Lesa Arvia said. "But we're confident. We're going out there to win these games." Based on the past…

April 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 112) • Page Image 9

…I I Ulbe A~idtiguu 1dlg Watch the Wolverines, dress like them The Michigan hockey team will hold its annual equipment sale tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at Cliff Keen Arena. Everything from…

… practice jerseys, pads and travel gear will be available at reduced prices to the public. All of the equipment was used by the players and coaches during the Wolverines' 1996 national championship season…

… up to partici- pate in two different competitions be- T ing held this weekend. 'M' baseball hasno mercy on Detroit Hot Wolverine hitters vanquish Titans, 22-12 By Jim Rose Daily Sports Writer It's not…

…'s nonconference game with Michigan. Michigan made a mockery ofthe Titans, cruising to a 22-12 win at the Campbell Complex in Detroit. The game, originally scheduled for nine innings, was called when the Wolverines

… held a 10-run lead after the seventh. Michigan coach Geoff Zahn probably would've played a lot of people regardless. Even if his Wolverines hadn't scored 11 runs in the first inning. Yes, 11. Michigan (9…

…-3 Big Ten, 14-16 overall) has won 13 of its last 16 games. Detroit fell to 14-10. The Wolverines were able to use the blowout to play 16 Next different players, including four pitchers. In the last 16…

…. But that in the Big Ten. was the extent of his success. Northwestern is The Wolverines loaded the 5- bases on a pair of singles and a pair of walks, and then Gorak completely folded. The senior forced…

Wolverines. When it was all said and done, Michigan's of- fense reigned supreme. Dransfeldt and Kirk Beerman had three hits apiece, and the Besco twins combined to go 3-for-7 with five runs and six RBI. Bobby…

April 12, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 115) • Page Image 19

… the second game of the Saturday doubleheader with a two-pronged pitching attack which shut down the Wolverines, who left nine runners on base in the extra inning contest. TO HIT IS NOT TO SCORE: The…

Wolverines managed to outhit the Wildcats by a 25-16 margin over the four game series. This advantage translated into only a 6-5 scoring ad- vantage, however. Michigan's two losses were by a total of three…

… tagged for five Wolverine runs in the first two games on Friday. On Saturday, how- ever, Hawkins returned to pitch 10 innings without allowing an earned run, thus sweeping Michigan out of Evanston in the…

…-go- round over the weekend. Neither Kunnen nor Campana crossed the plate. However, third and fourth hitters Patti Benedict and Karla Kun- nen scored half of the Wolverines' Northwestern's two wins Saturday…

… when the Wolverines swept away the Wildcats in Friday's dou- bleheader, Hawkins came back in Saturday's doubleheader to shut down the Michigan and even her se- ries record to 2-2. With the series split…

…, the Wolverines (4-2 Big Ten, 18-8 overall) dropped out of first place in the conference. They remain one game ahead of Northwestern (2-2, 15-16) but now trail Iowa by two games for the lead. "We felt…

… like (the series split) was not that big of a deal," Wolverine pitcher Kelly Kovach, who went 1-1 this weekend, said. "We were expecting to do a little better, probably take three at least, but we played…

…, fourth and fifth inning. Michelle Silver homered for the Wolverines in the sixth inning, but Hawkins proved too stubborn for the Michigan bats, limiting them to five hits. Hawkins also struck out two…

… of an hour and 20 minutes. the weekend series 0-2, 15-16 and left the series only one game back of the Wolverines 4-2, 18-8, although the Wolverines have two more league games played. SPEED RACER: If…

… on for a 1- 0 conquest. The Wolverines hardly died easy though. They did all they could to match Northwestern's run in the bot- tom of the eighth, but fell heart- breakingly short. The inning began…

April 12, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 117) • Page Image 15

…, Michigan weather. Missing out on the home opener against Eastern Michigan was one thing, but to the Wolverines and their fans, it's beginning to get a little absurd. Yesterday's game against Ball State was…

… weekend is going to leave the Wolverines as cold as the Michigan air outside. How do the Wolverines psyche themselves after a five-day-long hia- tus? "It's just like every other game," freshman…

April 12, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 130) • Page Image 10

…, Scott Chipokas, once again led the Wolverines (77- 72-77-226), but played below his potential. No. 2 player Bob Papp did not shoot well either (78-77-78-233)* Despite the poor performances by Chipokas and…

… will have to to run away from the Hawkeyes, four, two runs scored) combined other Wolverine win. Rookie pitcher pick up the slack at catcher. three games to one, last weekend in with four Hawkeye errors…

… gave the Andrea Nelson gave up just five hits It took Iowa 12 innings to beat errors gI e Iowa City. Having won seven of Wolverines an easy win. in the 7-2 Michigan victory. Michigan in the third game, 3…

…-2. their last eight, the Wolverines have "They (the Hawkeyes) just fell Unfortunately for the Wolverines, Bolster received the loss even though upped their record to 12-9. apart," said Michigan coach Carol…

Wolverines went on the road last weekend and split two tight Big Ten matches - Friday edging out Iowa, 5-4, and Sunday dropping a seesaw battle to Minnesota by the same score. The weekend's results brought the…

Wolverines' record to 13-6 overall, 2-4 in the Big Ten. "5-4 matches like this can go ei- ther way," said No.1 singles player Tina Basle. "We have to pull out these close matches if we want to be seeded in the…

… Huston, 6-2, 6-2. Going into Friday's match at Iowa, the Wolverines knew they were in for a battle. "Last year Iowa finished fifth in the Big Ten," said Furnished Apartments Furnished 1 & 2 Bedroom…

…'t decided until the third set of No. 3 doubles when first-year players Wendy Stross and Kristie Miner squeaked out a 7-5 win over Leary and Pat DeSimone to seal the victory for the Wolverines. Against…

… three doubles," she ex- plained. "Come tournament time, I know we'll be able to beat teams like Minnesota." Up .next for the Wolverines is Wednesday's match at Michigan State. With only four teams remain…

April 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 132) • Page Image 9

…INJURY BUG BITES BLUE Freshman Ryan Heller and the Michigan:men's tennis team had big shoes to fill this weekend after the Wolverines suffered injury setbacks. PAGE 7B SPORT YS . , i Fiz urvixi…

… to graduation, the biggest question marks surrounding the Wolverines heading into this year's spring practice revolved around the offense. And while Saturday's Spring Game couldn't possibly answer all…

April 12, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 127) • Page Image 11

… lead with its oppo- of last year. nent in position to With the Wolverines' Sunday steal the win. NOTEBOOK starter a question mark every That meant weekend, due to inconsistency one thing: late in the…

… was pleased. with the Wolverines desperately And it's nice to have a guy like that needing a win to even the series, at the back end of the bullpen." he relieved redshirt freshman left- LAMARRE BACK TO…

… Big Ten Pitcher of the Week Award of the young season, allowed only two Wolverine runs on seven hits, while striking out nine batters. Freshman centerfielder Pat- rick Biondi posed the greatest threat…

… disappointing startto the series, the Wolverines came back on Saturday afternoon desperate to even the tally. "We killed the momentum that they had gained the night before," Michigan coach Rich Maloney said. "I…

… the tone for the game and gave Michigan pitchers confidence on the mound. Redshirt freshman left-hander Bobby Brosnahan led the Wolverines, striking out six batters and maintaining a comfort- able…

… feels unreal to be back in the lineup," LaMarre said. "These guys did fine while I was gone but I could only watch so many games from the stands. It's great to be back out there." The Wolverines have won…

…." ?,y~a w D= ARIEL BOND/Daly Junior Dorian Shaw leads the Wolverines with 13 home runs this season. Michigan uses home runs to power potent offense By CASANDRA PAGNI Daily Sports Writer With an…

April 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 132) • Page Image 13

…, going 3-for-7 with an RBI. OMAN= IP H R ER BB 7.0 4 0 0 0 FRIDAY'S GAME (13 INNINGS) Michigan Wolverines 5 LP: Dan Lentz (0-2) Iowa Hawkeyes 6 WP: Aaron Reasland (3-1) K 5 - Michigan DH Brandon Roberts…

… SATURDAY, GAME 1 Michigan Wolverines 6 WP: Derek Feldkamp (3-3) SIowa Hawkeyes 0 LP: Austin Seward (0-3) SATURDAY, GAME 2 Michi an Wolverines 4 WP: Mic ael Penn (3-1) Iowa Hawkeyes 0 OrA, LP: Ryan Dupic (1…

… showing yesterday. Michigan junior first baseman Kyle Bohm has slugged, caught He scored the winning run in the ninth and studied his way into Wolverine tradition and history. inning of the 2-1 Michigan…

… Attendance-453 Time-1:50 3 1 By Megan Kolodgy Daily Sports Writer Not only were Michigan's back-to-back shutouts critical in swing- ing the momentum of the ser-es aOginst Iowa in the Wolverines' favor, but…

… said he was fairly uninterested in this achievement. He was much more focused on using the win to propel the Wolverines into a successful weekend. "He didn't show too much emotion," jun- ior pitcher Phil…

… significance of the win, the rest of the Wolverines are quite pleased with their coach's accomplishment. "I think deep down he knew he was about to get it," Tognetti said. "And I know that, as a team, we were…

…, three Wolverines heard their names called. The Chicago Cubs picked catcher Jake Fox in the third round, third baseman Brock Koman went to the Houston Astros in the ninth round and Jim Brauer, a 17th round…

… State 1 PURDUE 5, Ohio State 4 SCOUTING REPORT CBTVRAL MCIRGAN WEDNESDAY The Wolverines will head to Mt. Pleasant on Wednesday afternoon for a showdown with Central Michigan. Three Chippewa regu- lars are…

April 12, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 113) • Page Image 9

Wolverines (6-2 Big Ten, 18-16 overall) look to continue to their streak as they head to Michigan State (2-6, 15-14) for a doubleheader today at Old College Field at 3 p.m. "We're starting to put things to…

…- lieve. Third baseman Tracy Carr went 5-for-15 against the Wildcats with six runs batted in. Carr increased her team leading average to .291, and also tops the Wolverines in RBI with 20. Besides Carr…

April 12, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 113) • Page Image 10

… off of reliever Tom Billek. In the opener, Penn State not only broke Wolverine starter Ron Hollis' (2-3) 17-inning Big Ten scoreless streak and 11-inning hitless streak, but handed him a loss as well…

… modest expectations. A middle-of-the-pack finish in the 18-team event was all the Wolverines were looking for, considering the field included Kent State, Miami (Ohio) and Illinois, the top three teams in…

… Michigan's last tournament. When all was said and done, that's how they did - more or less. The Wolverines placed 13th, but it was a hardly a distant 13th. Six teams fin- ished ahead of Michigan by seven…

… strokes or less. Kent State won the tournament by five strokes over Ohio State, 37 ahead of the Wolverines. Michigan played better than ex- pected Friday, landing in sixth place after the first round…

…. However, just as the weather in West Virginia turned cold, so did the Wolverines' play. Saturday, the team combined for a 312 stroke total - dead last for the second round. Coach Jim Carras un- derstands…

… competitors with a total of 236 (82- 77-77). The team wound up just two strokes shy of its goal of 320 after one round of play, but the second day, the Wolverines returned to their usual 333 score. "We played…

April 12, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 111) • Page Image 5

… normally be easy outs. Her game-changing speed was on display last week. Against Western Michigan last Tuesday, the Wolverine bats were struggling to produce runs until Mil- ian stepped to the plate. She…

… Michigan baseball have in common? They take care of business. The Wolverines have won 10 straight midweek games against Mid-American Conference oppo- nents. Their last loss came against Eastern Michigan on…

… season - Central Michigan and Bowling Green - with solid pitching in both games. Against the Falcons, redshirt fresh- man Ben Jenzen tossed 3 1/3 score- less innings, and the Wolverines pulled away for a 7…

…-4 victory. A week later against the Chippewas, Michi- gan's bullpen combined to throw 6 1/3 innings, allowed just one run to go along with nine strikeouts. The Wolverines' pitching staff face a lineup that is…

Wolverines will also have to stay on top of their offensive game. The Rockets are just eighth in the MAC in fielding, meaning the more Michigan puts the ball in play, the more likely Toledo is to make an error…

…. Mahler leads the Wolverine offense with a .352 batting average and 31 hits. The team also hopes getting hot at the plate today will carry over into this weekend's series against Ohio State. "(Playing well…

… kind of thing where you keep that momentum going into the weekend." But Mahler said the team isn't overlooking the Rockets. The Wolverines can gain momentum from a strong performance, but they can just…

… as easily lose it with a poor one. And with confer- ence-leading Ohio State around the cor- ToDAe TN A Freshman Mike Wilson is the projected starter for the Wolverines. He has made five appearances…

April 12, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 132) • Page Image 10

… start today when the Wolverine softball team (23-9, 2-2 in the Big Ten) faces the Spartans. "This is their (the Spartan's) best team since 1981," assistant coach Carol Bruggeman said. "They're very much…

… conference. The Wolverines have been led all season by their outstanding pitching. Sophomore Andrea Nelson posts a 16-3 record with an 0.85 ERA and junior Jenny Allard, this week's Big Ten Player…

… for the Wolverines is centerfielder Beth Mueller. The senior is hitting .324 with a team leading four homers and 20 RBIs. "She's been swinging a great stick out of the third slot," coach Carol Hutchins…

… everybody is real competitive," Bruggeman explained. "But we're doing consistently well and we're ready to play." ALEXANDRA BREZ/Daily Sophomore hurler Andrea Nelson pitches the Wolverines into action. The…

… Ann Arbor native led Michigan in wins last season and is already 16-3 this year with a 0.85 ERA. Wolverines start off strong BY PETER ZELLEN The Big Ten season has begun for the Michigan softball team…

… and the team is off on the right foot. This past weekend, the Wolverines hosted the Ohio State Buckeyes for a four-game series in their Big Ten opener. With some excellent pitching and timely hitting…

…'s the way you have to hit' to win the Big Ten." As a team, the Wolverines hit .262 but left 30 women on base, including 13 in the first game in which they lost 1-0 in 11 innings. This problem of…

… stranding runners has been prevalent for the Wolverines in the early part of the season, but it hasn't been all their fault. , "Ohio State played some great defense that game," Bruggeman said, "We'd load the…

April 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 132) • Page Image 12

… on Friday, holding the Wolverines to just three runs on three hits. FRIDAY'S GAME Ohio State 0 LP: K. DeVries (8-7) WP: J.Ritter (13-3) Jessica Merchant (Michigan) Merchant's milestone home run in the…

… 2 Michigan 2 WP: N. Motycka (13-3) LP: S. Riggleman (4-1) YESTERDAY'S GAME 2 Michigan 2, Penn State 0 Blue plays musical chairs with lineup Chilly weather can't stop Wolverines' winning streak…

April 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 118) • Page Image 14

… Josh Sellers each lead the competition entering this week- end in their respective events. Sellers not only leads the Wolverines with his time of 53.38 in the 400- meter hurdles, but also the rest of the…

… competition from Michigan State and Central Michigan. Terry By Courtney Lewis Dally Sp)Ts \Vrier team intends to do at its first home meet of the season. The Wolverines will face Michigan State and Central…

April 12, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 115) • Page Image 15

… week. The deal is as good as done, but until all the paperwork - including the players' let- ters of intent - is signed and delivered, Michigan coaches cannot comment. The Wolverines, who lose seven…

…. dors All have officially committed to play for the Wolverines along with another ar. Compuware member - forward John Shouneiya. The Wolverines have once again grabbed several recruits from neighboring…

April 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 132) • Page Image 15

Wolverines (2-4 Big Ten, 11-6 over- all) traveled to the Hoosier State with high hopes this past weekend. But after cruising past Indiana State 6-1 on Friday, they couldn't overcome Big Ten foe Indiana on…

… Indiana a day after re- 7-6(3), Rubin's performance slipped. He aggravating a rib injury that has hampered him most of the season. fell behind 4-0 before retiring from the * oubles poin hinders Wolverines

… day's fate. After splitting the first two sets 6-2, 2-6, Exon seemed poised to complete a day of Wolverine comebacks.. Behind 5-3 in the final set, Exon held serve to come within one, employing an…

… she has every time she's stepped on a track. "Just to run faster," Simms said. ONE FAST START Michigan has competed in just five outdoor events tlns season, but 12 Wolverines are already NCAA proi…

April 12, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 115) • Page Image 14

…, devastating, up-and-down, limits-of-imagination-crashing run. Beginning two Saturdays ago, when his Wolverines upended Kentucky and ending Friday, the day after he appeared on ESPN's "Up Close," a most re…

… multiple "aux- iliary" press tables at the Rainbow Classic. The locker rooms are no more than a bench and a row of shower heads - you should have seen the Wolverines crammed in there. And the press room isn…

April 12, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 152) • Page Image 9

…; 668-0529 By MIKE BRADLEY Since bad weather took away the Michigan baseball team's chance to start a new winning streak at Bowling Green on Sunday, the Wolverines will now look to get back on track…

… against Wayne State at Ray L. Fisher Stadium this afternoon. The Tartars are coached by Angelo Gust, whose son, Chris, is an outfielder for the Wolverines. Under Gust, Wayne State has compiled three…

Wolverine gymnasts repeatedly captured national and even world titles. Michigan has now faded into the pack, and Nebraska has replacd the Wolverines at the top of the heap. The Cor- nhuskers won their fifth…

… finished just .2 behind the Bruins. The Wolverines, although they did not qualify as a team, did have five individuals competing, the second largest con- tingent of individuals for any college in the meet…

… cliche of "intenstinal fortitude" reared its head as the Wolverines overcame injuries, the disappearance of the home-court ad- vantage and limited warm-up time en route to their sixth consecutive victory…

…- ved courts at the Chippewa Racquet Club in Ypsilanti because the forecast was for rain. Owens, who was in bet- ween a rock and a hard place, was unable to get warm-up time for the Wolverines. Another…

… singles due to injuries. The Bloom- field Hills freshman came through, though, recording her third consecutive victory, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2. Many people feel Friday's match against Indiana may be the Wolverines

April 12, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 115) • Page Image 11

… performed well this season, but coach Mark Rothstein believes his team has not yet peaked. "The season's still young, and we just need to keep improving," Rothstein said. The Wolverines have won two of their…

…-ranked Wolverines latest: The w defeated No. 12 Michigan State last weekend face some of 1 in East Lansing. competition o This weekend, Michigan will travel to whenthey fac Columbus to compete in the Buckeye Invita…

April 12, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 111) • Page Image 11

…, .now spoiled any hopes of playing Jaseball. Now the games are forever .ost. The Big Ten conference man- Iates that teams have only three days to play four games. Instead, the Wolverines (4-6 Big Ten, 12…

…- peratures, Madonna was invited to Fisher the next day. The Wolverines squeaked by the Crusaders, 5-4, in 10 innings. Senior leftfielder Sean Coston carried Michi- gan offensively, racking up four RBI…

… runs and scoring two more. Chapman went 4-for-6 with an RBI and a run scored against the Nittany Lions. Knuble inks pro deal Wolverine forward finally signs with Detroit By Barry Sollenberger Daily…

…- ished tied for fifth on Michigan's all- time list (103). The Wolverines reached the NCAA semifinals three of Knuble four years, but never ad- vanced further. Mike Knuble signed a four-year deal with the…

April 12, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 129) • Page Image 10

Wolverines don't have a great deal of depth. "If you take out the number one player, you have a real problem," Eisner explained. "Everyone has to move up a spot, and the new number six player hasn't been…

…, they're starting to win now." Yet, the Wolverines may have an advantage going into today's match. Notre Dame's No. 1 singles player, nationally-ranked Tracy Barton, has been plagued by an elbow injury…

April 12, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 134) • Page Image 10

… hint of excitement growing in his voice, Maloney knew it would be difficult to get Abraham to sign a letter of intent with the Wolverines. "I knew that if Adam wanted to play baseball, Michigan could be…

… the Wolverines, Abraham's decision didn't involve baseball. Mississuaga IceDogs, a Major Junior "A" Tier I hockey team, became his new team. And with that, Abraham packed up and moved away from his cozy…

… the ink was on the contract, the athletic department mouthpieces chirped about our next great Michigan Man. In more than a century of athletic competition, the University has been popping out Wolverine

… watching and interview- ing one lastyear, the consistently amazing pitcher Jennie Ritter. Mich- igan's all-time strikeout leader had heart, and that's a big reason why the Wolverines won a National Cham…

… a name. So, what's the response to a Michi- gan Man - a Wolverine Woman? That just sounds silly. Keeping the alliteration is nice, but somehow that title doesn't have the same tinge of respect and…

April 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 118) • Page Image 16

…. The intrastate battle has been dominated by the Wolverines with a winning record of 82-17. Going into the match, having won the last I I meetings, the Wolverines were heavily favored in the intense…

… players at the doubles spots early in the season. But the dou- bles have improved their play immensely. The turn around was evi- dent last night as the Wolverines swept the doubles to go up 1-0 in the…

April 12, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 115) • Page Image 12

… inning of the middle game on Saturday and 11 of their 13 runs in yesterday's game in the first four innings. The Wolverines, on the other hand, opened both of those losses with scoreless first innings and…

… weekend, Ohio State seemed to be just one step ahead of the Wolverines. Perhaps the best example of that came in the opening game on Saturday, in which both teams rallied to produce a num- ber of runs in…

April 12, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 153) • Page Image 7

… for 36 holes.; BATSMEN SEEK REVENGE M' nine to confront Spartans By JON WELLS The Michigan baseball team will have a chance today to avenge a defeat that denied the Wolverines the 1979 Big Ten…

… Stadium. On May 19 of last year, in the second to last gameof the season, the Spartans seized the Big Ten crown by defeating Steve Howe and Michigan, 8-5. Although the Wolverines whitewashed State the next…

… thanits 1979 counterpart. Most of the central characters for Michigan have departed. Moby Benedict, Wolverine coach for 17 seasons, is gone. Pitcher Steve Howe now spends his afternoons and evenings in the…

… that exists between these two teams makes these games some of the biggest of the season." Unlike the Wolverines, Michigan Stae underwent few changes over the winter and fields a veteran team. In spite of…

… from London, but at times yesterday the Michigan men's tennis team appeared to be playing in the English city. "We seemed to be in a fog", ex- plained coach Brian Eisner referring to his Wolverines' 8…

… number one spot for the first time this season. Mees disposed of Iowa's highly touted Tom Holtmann 6-4, 6-3 to commence Wolverine victory number ten, against one defeat. At number two, sophomore Michael…

… Leach battled to fight off Greg Ander- son 6-4, 7-5 and at number three, a pair of Matts dueled with the Wolverines' Horwitch easily winning over Hawkeyes' Smith 6-1, 6-2. Due to the nagging back problems…

April 12, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 127) • Page Image 9

…- urday, but securing a second-place finish came at a steep price. Both of the top two scores for the meet qualified for the NCAA finals. The Wolverines finished with a score of 195.800 - well behind No. 6…

… nation's top stage in 17 years. But as the Wolverines (10-1 Big Ten, 19-3 overall) headed to Mor- gantown, W. Va. last weekend for their regional six-team matchup, they expected a rosier outcome. The…

April 12, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 129) • Page Image 8

… in the last two-and-a- half quarters. Mantel quickly scanned the pool. The Wolverines were on the counterattack, and she saw that her teammates had stayed true to their lanes. All the Tiger defenders…

… thwock. Point, Michi- gan. The senior's only goal of the game would be all the team needed. While concentrating on defense and bleeding time off the clock in the remaining seconds, the Wolverines would go…

….Either way,shecertainly would not have been a Wolverine. "I had been to camp at Princ- eton and Stanford," Mantel said. "I had never heard of Michigan water polo before, so (Anderson) being at the camp was my…

April 12, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 153) • Page Image 10

Wolverines' base- ball club, flying high after last weekend's doubleheader sweeps over Detroit and Eastern Michi- gan, moves into Big Ten compe- tition this weekend. Moby Bene- dict's crew leaves town today…

… options have been available to the Wolverines and their op- ponents all season. Both alter- natives have seen consistent em- ployment. Now, in the Purdue and Illi- nois games, Michigan will oper- ate with…

April 12, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

… out the squad. In last year's home and home series, these two teams wound up with a .500 percentage in four games, as the Wolverines copped the first two tilts and dropped the final pair in the lair of…

… Conference crown. However, it will give a good indication of what the Wolverine followers can expect when Michigan meets some of the Conference contenders. Minnesota has been listed by pre-season dopesters as…

… Service late in the afternoon. where the 1945 season getting under way April' swelling was reduced in his ankle and where x-rays were to be taken this 21, the Wolverine linksmen have only morning, according…

… to Dr. A. W. Coxon. a little more than a week of practice Coach Ray Fisher stated that this was the worst injury suffered by a before they encounter the University member of the Wolverine baeball squad…

April 12, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 153) • Page Image 8

…, sophomore Dave Cassetto is the staff's most con- sistent pitcher. He is 2-1 with a 3.12 ERA. His latest win was on Friday, a 7-4 victory over the Buckeyes. Cassetto and Brad Bonk will be facing the Wolverines

… school records. Probable pitchers for Mich- igan are junior Bill Stennett and freshman Steve Howe. The two hurled the victories in the Wolverines double dipping of Detroit last week. Stennett is 2-0 and…

… Howe is 2-1, so out of Michigan's 13 games and sev-. en wins, these two are respon- sible for five decisions, four being wins. The Wolverine staff will be severely tested tomorrow, and it is hoping for…

April 12, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 115) • Page Image 18

…'s contest against the Hawkeyes at the Track and Tennis Building, the Wolverines wasted no time in taking command by winning all six singles matches. Only No. 4 Popek and Cyganiak needed three sets. After…

… gotten bet- ter." Another strong performance for the Wolverines was turned in by No. 3 Simone Locher, who defeated Iowa's Rhonda Fox, 6-2, 7-5. Locher, whose season has been sad- dled by knee and achilles…

April 12, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 153) • Page Image 9

…. By SCOTT SHAFFER The softball team will renew its rivalry with Indiana this weekend, but this year the stakes are higher than usual-first place in the Big Ten. The Wolverines, who lead Indiana by…

… Big Ten action and 26-10-1 overall. MICHIGAN IS coming off a Wed- nesday doubleheader sweep of the University of Detroit, but the team's hitting is still a problem. Despite the sweep the Wolverines

… itself, but beating Gayle (Blevins) would make the wins a lot better.' - Carol Hutchins The Wolverine batters are paced by shortstop Lisa Panetta, a .307 hitter and l defending Big Ten batting champ Alicia…

April 12, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 154) • Page Image 10

…. Baumgartner, winner of the award and senior middle distance run- ner for the Wolverine track team, has "done an amazing job of combining ,academia and athletics at Michigan. THE POWER Exchange Scholarship…

… defense appears to be in good hands. On paper, defensive coordinator Bill McCartney has one of the strongest returning lineups in years. Everything is not rosey, however. The Wolverines- have been hit…

… with 168 stops. The other in side position will be capably filled b3 returning veteran Andy Cannavino. The Wolverine secondary will hope t pick up where they left off at the end o last season. After a…

… to the starters it looks like the Wolverines may be retur- ning one of their strongest defenses in years. It's understandable that the coaches are looking forward to showcasing the team on television…

April 12, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 143) • Page Image 3

…2 T~E ICIIGAN EDAILY Nine To Play Navy Wednesday; Fisher Names Travelling Squad By MYRON DANN The Wolverine baseball team, which has all the possibilities of retaining the Big Ten championship…

… friends extremely easily," Ray goes on to say. Ben, who plays in the number one spot for the Wolverines, started play- ing golf at the not too early age of 15 in his hometown, Fort Myers, Fla. It was here…

… Fort Myers Country Club course is the best round that h has nlayed to date. He has also established 66 as the best mark on the Orlando and Punta Gorda Coun- try Club links. Here in the Wolverine state…

… in a tie for third place in the Conference meet at Evanston. Alex Welsh and Dick Wolfey of Illinois placed ahead of him, while Johnny Holstom, also of the Illini, . tied the Wolverine for third place…

April 12, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 115) • Page Image 13

… Hutchins' 600th win as coach of the Wolverines. Hutchins has won 50 or more games each of the last four years. The victory marked the 31st straight game that the Wolverines have played without a loss. They…

… same day that the Wolverines began their unbeaten streak more than a month ago. She was 0-1 when she notched her first against Providence, 4-1, on March 2. As Michigan's hardest-throwing pitcher, Barda…

April 12, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 127) • Page Image 12

… of Fox, by the end of the year, the coachingstaff thought his contribu- tions had become more important than the pockmark on his record. The Wolverines won the national championship in Fox's sophomore…

… season with Fox playing a small role, but it was two years later, as a senior, in which Fox began to take form right before the coach's eyes. Michigan coach Red Berenson guided the Wolverines to their 20…

… role as aWolverine, they were all leading up to this moment. With two doctors on the case, the process to start Gordie's surgery was expedited, giving him a much better chance of survival. But when it…

April 12, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 157) • Page Image 8

… Gator Bowl, he guided the Wolverines to their first Rose Bowl victory in 16 years. And there was not the slightest trace of a limp. The circumstances surrounding Wangler's injury are not uncommon in the…

… sports medicine will of,,,, necessity continue to expand. NETTERS EVEN THE SCORE: 5 ; Wolverines smash W isconsin, 7m' 2' By BARB BARKER The nationally 12th ranked Michigan men's tennis team settled…

April 12, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 153) • Page Image 9

… Saturday, April 9th, can be considered a "Red Letter Day" for women's sports at Mich- igan. The women's Track and Field Club took part in the first meet ever for Wolverine women. Michigan's fourth place…

…." - Michigan and Kalamnazoo, the 'Wind is a definite detriment Wolverines have a busy sched- to the stronger team. "You have ule ahead with four matches this to play conservative in the wind. week beginning with…

Wolverines net HAWAII From 1299 dynasty, meaning Eisner will ITALY From '399 need all his starters to be LONDON * From '319 healthy and rested for the MUNICH From '379 Badgers. ZURICH From1379 At the moment…

April 12, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 112) • Page Image 3

…-IDAY, APRIL 12, 1.941 TIE MICHIGAN DiAILY Wolverine Nine Opposes Ypsilanti Normal 1 oday STRIKE Two By DICK KRAUS Daly Sports Staff ITH the stop gap brand of wartime baseball a thing of the past…

…. The Wolverine's line-up with a few exceptions will be composed of mem- bers of the squad who did not get a chance to see action in last Satur- day'sngame with Davey Nelson's Pep- si-Cola nine, and the…

… have played on other college teams. Tal- lett was a mainstay for Notre Dame while Bahlow was a member of Cen- tral Michigan's diamond nine, At the keystone bag the Wolverines will have Wlowtowski, who…

April 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 118) • Page Image 15

… Big Ten Championships which the Wolver- ines will hold on April 28. The Wolverines are confident not just because of the success they have had in competition, but also the progress the team has made in…

… on different pressures and stroke rates. The Wolverines also practice three days a week in the morning for about forty minutes to an hour. "I haven't heard of teams doing workouts that we've been doing…

April 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 118) • Page Image 24

…. They interview Wolverine athletes and converse in a round-table discussion of the top news of the week show on Mondays. Another feature that makes this sta- tion number one is the Game of the Week. Pre…

…-record- ed or live broadcasts of Men's Hockey, Men's Basketball and Women's Basketball can be heard at this time. These events highlight 88.3's devotion to Wolverine Sports. WCBN allows students the…

April 12, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 154) • Page Image 3

…. "Yeah, Ohio State," disgruntled staffers told caller after caller. And the replies were all the same. "Shit! Oh, shit!" Between noon and dinnertime, at last count, there were some 102 Wolverine b…

… bikers, in all six junior and senior categories. "Most of our riders moved over from the Schwinn-sponsored Wolverine Bike Club based in Detroit," said Farber. "It felt crazy to have all this energy and be…

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