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July 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 149) • Page Image 11

…Monday July 12,2004 s sports.michigandaily.com sports@michigandaily. corn SPORTS 11~ Red, white & (three) Blue sw.Wolverine tankers fill up U.S. Olympic relay roster By Seth Gordon Daily Sports…

… Editor One. Two. Three. The number of Michigan swimmers headed to Athens to represent the Unit- ed States keeps growing. And that's just in one race. Club Wolverine swimmer Klete Keller will lead current…

Wolverines Peter Vanderkaay and Dan Ketchum in the 800-meter freestyle relay at the Olympics. Keller recorded a time of 1:46.87 to finish in second in the 200-meter freestyle behind swimming phenom Michael…

… Phelps, who set a meet record at 1:46.27. Phelps will join his coach Bob Bowman at Club Wolverine next year, as Bowman takes over the men's swimming program at Michigan. Phelps and Keller will represent…

… Keller and Phelps certainly increases the chances that Michigan will be represented on the podium in Athens. As a member of Club Wolverine, Keller has been training with the cur- rent Wolverines all year…

December 12, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 67) • Page Image 10

… dandies." But while youth may be the current trend, Michigan coach Tommy Amaker is hoping his team has an edge based on its experience. The Wolverines' starting lineup through 11 games looks like this: Dion…

… and fifth, respectively. The rebounding numbers also lend sup- port to the leadership of the seniors. Petway (8.0 rebounds per game) and Sims (7.1) con- trol the boards for the Wolverines. And then…

March 12, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 111) • Page Image 9

…'s truly a blessing." Porter's time broke the previous school record, which he set just a week ago at the Alex Wilson Invita- tional. Just three other Wolverines have won NCAA hurdling champi- onships, the…

… Selection show passed last night without Michigan's name being called. For the ninth consecu- tive season, the Wolverines will watch other teams play in the big games they can only dream about, as they…

September 12, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 144) • Page Image 18

…-13 loss to Northwestern. The Wildcats, who hadn't won in Michigan Stadium since 1959, capitalized on three of the four Michigan turnovers, scoring 13 points off the Wolverines' mistakes. In the fourth…

… tight end Tyler Ecker during the Wolverines 17-10 loss on Saturday. PENN STATE, 29-17 NOVEMBER 16, 1996. Saturday's loss may have been a first at the Big House for many players and fans here…

October 12, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 25) • Page Image 11

… Michigan hockey team may want what hap- pened in Alaska to stay in Alaska - well, at least part of it. The fourth-ranked Wolverines were shut out in their season open- er for the first time in program…

… first time since the 1942-43 season. The Wolverines played in the 19th annual Kendall Hockey Clas- sic in Anchorage this weekend. They took second place out of four teams after topping the Alaska…

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…

January 12, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 71) • Page Image 9

… (Ohio). With twowins over thetedHawks, the Wolverines are once again'ba'k in contention for one of thetop-four spots in the C meaning they would get a bye in the first round of the upcoming conference…

… weren't that flashy. Unlike in previous weeks, hat tricks didn't dominate head- lines. And Wolverine coach Red Berenson called one of the games "ugly" But even so, the Michigan hock- ey team was dominant…

… the arena. Six weeks ago, the RedHawks swept the Wolverines in Oxford in a series where Michigan managed just one goal - the same offensive output Miami had this weekend. After the pair of losses in…

… Novem- ber, Berenson lamented that some of his players hadn't scored in over amonth. This time around, offense came swiftly and easily with nine dif- ferent Wolverines findingthe back of the net in a…

…. Michi- gan scored shorthanded. Even See REDHAWKS, Page 4B Just before Thanksgiving - the last time the Michi- gan hockey team played Miami (Ohio) -- the Wolverines scored just one goal in two games…

… win total, including this past weekend's domination of the RedHawks. To put the team's improvement into perspective, the Wolverines OMBAK/Da once again took 46 shots against Miami this weekend. The…

… not to get caught up init and blow the sweep of Miami out of proportion. This doesn't mean the Wolverines are one of the top teams in the country, even though sophomore goalie Bryan Hogan posted a .977…

… Marosevic signs professional deal By ANDY REID Daily Sports Editor No one, not even Michigan men's bas- ketball coach John Beilein, could have pre- dicted the Wolverines would be here at this point in the…

… of their best starts to conference play in recent memory, the Wolverines are being mentioned in the same breath as some of the conference big shots, like Michigan State and Wisconsin, who bested…

… limited the Hawkeyes to just 16 first-half points. Almost exclusively playing the Beilein-patented 1-3-1 zone, the Wolverines defense looked hungry and aggressive. It forced 12 total turnovers, including…

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…

September 12, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 144) • Page Image 13

… scores." The Michigan men's golf team learned it the hard way when it finished play in the final round of the Hawkeye Intercollegiate in Iowa City on Sunday. The Wolverines started the tournament with a…

… solid first round of 289 on Satur- day morning and then finished the second round in second place with a team score of 288. Entering the final 18 holes on Sunday, the Wolverines seemed poised to take the…

January 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 74) • Page Image 9

… Indiana. Despite scoring just 19 points in the first half, the Wolverines got to within two after sophomore guard Daniel Horton drove the lane and scored with 54 seconds remaining. Following a defensive…

… rolled out of bounds, giving Michigan possession. The inbound pass was then tied up, resulting in a jump-ball situation. The Wolverines had the possession arrow, giving them one last chance. But sen- ior…

November 12, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 48) • Page Image 14

… Brown By H. JOSE BOSCH Daily Sports Editor It wasn't flashy, but the Michigan men's basketball team got the job done yesterday afternoon with a 70-54 win over Brown. The Wolverine offense started hot but…

… off by a Mark MacDonald 3-point shot to close the gap 15-10. But the Wolverines (2-0) pulled away thanks to 3-pointers from freshman Manny Harris and sophomore DeShawn Sims-on three consecutive…

… - Michigan's Mr. Basket- ball last year - began his highly anticipated Wolverine career by scoring 13 and 22 points in the two games, respectively. The pair ignited the crowd yesterday, scoring 16 of the team…

… Coleman said. "They talk and tell us to' play hard. And that's great when you hear young guys tryingto lead like that." If the duo helps lead the Wolverines back to promi- nence, Beilein and tIe rest of the…

…'Shia Walker to lead the Wolverines to a season- opening win. Walker led the Wolverines with 17 points and was a cata- lyst for Michigan's effort in the second half, when she scored 13 of her points, in Michigan…

… and steals as a team." The Wolverines played much better in the second half than the first, when they attempted 13 3- pointers. "In the first half, we just bombed them, a lot of them were out of rhythm…

May 12, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 136) • Page Image 14

…. And whether it was playing on the indoor courts, having the home crowd's support or knowing that achieving their season goals were so close, the 16th-ranked Wolverines beat No. 17 Texas Tech 4-2 to…

… we have had our eye on for a long time," Berque said. "It is just another step for the program." Last year the Wolverines lost in the second round to Illinois. But this year, Michigan was ranked first…

September 12, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 144) • Page Image 16

… Texas A&M, the team was undefeated and riding high. But the Wolverines left Miami Soccer Field on Sunday afternoon with its first loss and a bit of a reality check. Michigan came out of Friday's game…

… against Ohio with a 3-2 win. But even though they allowed just two shots on freshman goalie Madison Gates, the Wolverines could not convert on a single one of their 18 opportunities and dropped the match 1…

… build more than a one-goal lead. Wolverine freshman Erin Dallas got the scoring started early. Dallas took the ball deep into the Monarchs' circle and fired a shot on net. Gordon made the stop, but Dallas…

… stayed with the loose ball and sent the rebound high over Gordon's shoulder to give Michigan a 1-0 lead six minutes into the game. The Wolverines barely had a chance to enjoy it because the Monarchs came…

… of the hard work of the entire team." Old Dominion out-shot Michigan, 17- 10, and had seven more penalty corner opportunities. But Riley was solid in net for the Wolverines, making nine saves and…

… keeping Michigan in the game until Morris got the offense going. Saturday's win over Old Dominion extended the Wolverines' win streak to three games. "We are gaining more and more con- fidence with each…

May 12, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 136) • Page Image 13

… conference championship, Wolverine coach Rich Maloney quietly walked across the field to shake hands with leg- endary Minnesota coach and friend John Anderson. "The classy guy that he is, he con- gratulated us…

… Ten." The Wolverines have already tied the mark for most conference wins in program history and are just two wins from tyingthe Big Ten record. "We're having one of the best seasons in the history ofthe…

… league," Maloney said. "And that's really special considering all the great coaches and players that have been in this league." The Wolverines swept the Gold- en Gophers (8-19, 18-33) without starting…

Wolverine. This week he has blasted three over the fence, including a crucial grand slam to center field in the sixth inning of the first game of yes- terday's doubleheader. Dufek was also key in a six…

… Tens MEN'S TRACK Wolverines poised to contend at Big Tens Senior second baseman Samantha Findlay's leadership and enthusiasm has the Michigan softball team ready for a run to the Women's College World…

… Series. Michigan wins the region, they will also host the Super Regional. Thursday's loss was a matter of confidence, and the Wolverines simply couldn't find theirs. Their usually' potent offense and…

…- wwwmichigandai/y.com ris fin- ished more than half a second behind Wisconsin. This year, the Wolverines could flip that result. At day two of the non-scoring Len Paddock Invitational in Ann Arbor, the Michigan…

…-3 Big Ten, 48-6 overall) secured itself an at- large bid in the 64-team NCAA Tournament. As a No. 4-seed, the Wolverines will play Wright State in the Ann Arbor region that includes Notre Dame and Kent…

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…

May 12, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 136) • Page Image 15

… teams one batter at a time. And the Wolverines couldn't ask for better leadership. Senior co-captains Samantha BASEBALL From page 13 and helped pull Michigan out of a jam in the sixth inning. Junior…

… going into extra-innings. "He got better as the game went on, which is pretty special because a lot of guys get rattled with adversity," Maloney said. The Wolverines have faced adversity all season…

… cylinders, Michigan is primed to contend for its first title under Wolverine coach Ron War- hurst, who took the helm in 2000. Car RepaIr " Covwpetit~Ve TPrLces " F.Fe ra4 bade to awjts " 1a WtfLUOWO( - 30…

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…

November 12, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 48) • Page Image 11

… matches in a row, coach Mark Rosen is optimistic about his team's chances for success this weekend. The Wolverines will take CLIFF KEE on Minnesota and CLI: Mi Iowa at Cliff Keen 1o vMichigan Arena…

… playing really finalsixmatche well at home," Rosen an NCAA Tourna said. "Hopefully, we will have a good crowd this weekend. They should both be really good matches." The Wolverines (8-6 Big Ten, 14- 10…

December 12, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 47) • Page Image 11

…. 19 Central Michigan - the Wolverines' third dual victory of the season. "You don't really think about the team score as much," Churella said. "You just go out there and think about getting the pin…

… heavyweight did a nice job of getting things started for us," McFarland said. "We got things on our side right away." It wasn't long before some of the Wolverines' momentum slowed down. In the four following…

March 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 95) • Page Image 9

… after losing a heartbreaking 2-1 decision to Lake Superior on Feb. 22 in Sault. Ste. Marie, the Wolverines came back two days later and took it to the Lakers at Joe Louis Arena, 5-2. Isn't that the kind…

… baiting to thwart its goal of winning the series in two games. Friday night, the Wolverines probably played their best period of the season in the game's first 20 minutes. When that happens in the playoffs…

January 12, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 75) • Page Image 8

… opportunity to distance itself from the pack when it travels to West Lafayette to face Purdue. The Wolverines (2-0 Big Ten, 14-3 overall) have a chance to begin the Big Ten season 3-0 for the second time in…

… three years. Thegame alsobegins an impor- tant three-game stretch for the Wolverines. Tomorrow's contest is followed by two home games, one with Penn State, the other a' second matchop with Purdue. Senior…

… Phillips's absence, and the Wolverine defense put Michi- gan in a position to complete the comeback in the second half. The Badgers had season lows in field goals attempted and made, allowing the Wolverines

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…

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…

March 12, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 111) • Page Image 8

… while at Michigan. In 2002, Rose said he accepted pocket money from Mar- tin, but he wasn't part of the NCAA investigation. But at the same time, I'm done condoning the Wolverines' recent performance on…

…, it became clear that the Wolverines lack talent. To his credit, Beilein is trying to fix this. He has already brought in Arizona transfer Laval Lucas-Perry, along with three Beilein-esque players (read…

… recognizable face they could associate with past Wolverine basketball glory. Put him alongside fellow Detroit natives Sims and freshman Manny Harris, and the Wolverines will have a stranglehold on the fer- tile…

… the series by the Michigan hockey converting just 16 percent of its blueliners has been one of power play chances on the season st surprising aspects of the but scorched the Wolverines for ines' ascent…

… hree-month, 20-game tear Bulldogs kept the Wolverines on n the season where it gave thier heels with crisp passes in e than two goals just once, the Michigan zone, eventually 2 loss to Ohio State on Nov…

… we're backcheck- more anticipation, and that will get us a little bit more aggressive." Powers also mentioned the Wolverines' decreased ability to clear the puck during penalty- kill situations as a…

… notched three power-play goals in two games against Michigan earlier this season. Instead of spending all its time preparing for Nebraska-Omaha, the Wolverines have taken an inverted approach to practicing…

… highly skilled power-play units, so the Wolverine penalty killers won't be able to focus on just one set of players. They don't have a go-to play, instead employing several different puck rotations to get…

… Borseth joined the Michigan staff, he immediately brought a winning culture to a team that had once dwelled in the basement of the Big Ten. While he hasn't ensured the Wolverines a bid in a tournament…

…, Borseth has given them a feeling the Wolverines haven't felt in a long time - the possibility of a postsea- son bid. "I think it's exciting," senior captain Krista Clement said. "It's always hard for…

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…

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…

May 12, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 136) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 12, 2003 - 15 'M' Nine assisted by senior hurler - By Jake Rosenwasser Daily Sports Writer It was fitting that on Senior Day the only senior on the Wolverine

… fourth inning the Wolverines pushed}ta across two more runs on a Mike Sokol walk and singles from Jordan Cantalamessa and Brandon Roberts. The three runs held up the rest of the way. With the win yesterday…

… Michigan State in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament. The loss dashed any hopes the Wolverines had at advancing to yesterday's championship game. Apart from its final loss to the Spartans, Michigan…

… (13-5 Big Ten, 40- 14 overall) lost its first game of the tournament to Northwestern 8-6 in extra innings, but defeated Minnesota in game two, 3-2. This was the first time the Wolverines have appeared…

… in the tournament and not advanced to the final round of competition. Though Michigan out-hit the Spar- tans nine to four, the Wolverines had trouble capitalizing on their opportuni- ties. In contrast…

… 310IMAYNAII1995.0102 & R EWTh PROPER 10 gle to left field. Although Michigan spotted the Spar- tans two runs, the Wolverines attempted to fight back. Michigan outfielder Meghan Doe went 4-4, while…

…, and kept the Spartans from scor- ing for the remaining innings. Her efforts were in vain, however, and the Wolverines spent the day playing an unsuccessful game of catch-up. Michigan coach Carol…

… Hutchins, though not thrilled with the weekend's results, expressed admiration for her intrepid Wolverines. "They were all great games," she said. "We didn't focus on the negative, or play badly; we just…

… place mentally. The girls need to give up their fears, and it's my job to help them +o(n ht On a higher note, several Wolverines Hutchins said. "She contributed in were honored as All-Big Ten perform…

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…

January 12, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 71) • Page Image 12

….m. wake-up call threw a curveball to the Michigan men's basketball team. But maybe that's just what the Wolverines'struggling defense needed. Against Iowa on Sunday, Michi- gan surrendered just 49 points…

… and NOTEBOOK collected aseason- high 12 steals in a game that started at 11:30 a.m. In the Wolverines' three prior games, their defense struggled early. In the first half, Wisconsin shot 65 percent on…

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…

March 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 95) • Page Image 14

… the Wolverines as they did not enter a full six-person rotation in any of the meet's six events. Michigan State rolled to an easy victory over Iowa, outscoring the Hawkeyes 214.550 to 211.200 and…

… take on Michigan State on Friday at honie, in what will be the final meet for the Wolverines before the Big n Championships. Coming off their best performance of the seasonl Saturday, the Spartans will…

January 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 60) • Page Image 10

…-6 overall) got the monkey off its back with a 71-62 vic- tory over No. 13 Penn State (3-2, 11- 5). The Wolverines scored the first bas- ket of the game and never looked back. "We played with a lot of…

… freshman Kelly Mazzante and senior Lisa Shepherd kept up their averages by scoring 17 and 20 points, respec- tively. But no one else followed their lead. The Wolverines held Penn State's explosive offense…

November 12, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 48) • Page Image 11

… championship. The Varsity Tennis Center hosted the annual tournament this weekend, which included a 64-player main draw and a quali- fying draw on Friday. Tournament directors gave eight Wolverines spots in the…

…. Jung stayed calm and stuck to his own gameplan. - "I wasn't trying to think about the score too much," Jung said. CLIF REEDER/Daly Senior Lucia Belassi played in her final game asa Wolverine yesterday…

… Florida for the NIRSA Collegiate Sports Club Champion- ship tournament. The Wolverines secured its bid to the national tournament in the regionals. In a highly competitive division where every game mat…

… of the tournament, the Wolverines went on to string together three consecutive wins against undefeated teams to win the tournament. Senior defender Brent Medema, who scored the lone goal in the 1…

…. To ensure that continued excel- lence, the Wolverines will be rely- log on Murphy and Medema to provide leadership and quality on the pitch, but both are quick to downplay their performances to sing…

… big time." As defending National Champs, Michigan will surely enter Pen- sacola with a target on its back. However, after the obstacles the Wolverines have overcome to get where they are so far, it is…

August 12, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 134) • Page Image 11

… Michigan in the Big House, Williams could have another talented, trash-talking sopho- more staring him in the face. Michigan cornerback Marlin Jackson draws comparisons to former Wolverine and Heisman Trophy…

… offseason of unexpected losses with the departure of Mike Cammalleri and Mike Komisarek, the Michigan hockey team received some good news last week. Forward Andrew Ebbett has decided to join the Wolverines

… with such play- ers. Both Cammalleri and sophomore forward Milan Gajic played in Cana- dian junior hockey programs before joining the Wolverines. Michigan defensive end Shantee Orr designed a practice…

… shirt for I know, in our hearts, we can have the best secondary in the country." Washington's offense wasn't the prob- lem against Michigan last year, however. The Wolverines held the Huskies with- out…

… from Michigan. That game started a string of heart- breaking and pride-piercing losses for the Wolverines, who lost to rivals Ohio State and Michigan State in the same season for the first time since…

… 1987 and suffered their worst bowl defeat in pro- gram history, a 28-point loss to Ten- nessee in the Citrus Bowl. Michigan defensive lineman Shantee Orr made sure the Wolverines didn't for- get about…

September 12, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 142) • Page Image 16

… Maureen Tasch recorded a total of three shutouts. After just six games in the 2001 season, the senior has already surpassed her mark from a year ago. The No. 4 Wolverines (4-2) have yet to surrender a goal…

… earned three of its wins by the narrow score of 1-0. In each of those games, Adrienne Hortillosa was the dif- ference, scoring the Wolverine's only goals. "It's exciting when you score and also end up win…

…, Michigan will head back on the road this week- end for the Big Ten/Big East Challenge in Connecticut. The Wolverines will battle the No. 14 Connecticut Huskies on Saturday and then finish the weekend on…

…." The Huskies will definitely be eager to upset Michi- gan. In the two teams' only meeting two years ago, the Wolverines defeated Connecticut 4-3 in the NCAA Final Four to advance to the championship…

… Michigan State is up and coming as well." If the Wolverines are going to win their second straight Big Ten title, they will need to find a way to put more points on the board. With only five goals in their…

… the season," Pankratz said. "Fortunately, our defense is playing well right now." The No. 4 Michigan field hockey team is taking on No. 14 Connecticut this week- end. The Wolverines eliminated the…

March 12, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 112) • Page Image 10

Wolverines (8-8 BigTen, 21-12 overall) can focus on tonight's opening-round game against Utah State at Crisler Arena. Michigan enters the NIT as the North Region's No. 3 seed, which means tonight will be the…

… lone tournamentgame in Ann Arbor if the higher seeds take care of business. The more pressing issue is how the Wolverines will prepare for a team they know very little about. Amaker and his staff…

September 12, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 6) • Page Image 11

… newcomer is no stranger to currently leading the Wolverines with three goals. playing on a big stage. Before coming to Michigan, Marosevic played for the But in terms of navigating his way through the first…

… phenom had many choices on where to settle for his college for Michigan (3-3), including the eventual game-winner in the Wolverines' career, but he decided on Michigan after visiting. Since he rarely got…

… lonely figure in the end zone, and the Wolverines had their winning Spoints. Gregg Willner's conversion went wide, and the Wolverine lead was six, 20-14. After an exchange of punts, Mike Harden halted…

… into the end zone, where he received a golden dome in his midsection from Irish cornerback Dave Waymer. The finest Irish hit of the day came after a Michigan six-pointer. The Wolverines tried for two…

…, but Leach was sacked attempting to pass, and the lead was 12, 26- 14. The Wolverine defense, often criticized for its performance on real grass, then really started to put the Irish on the green. Mike…

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… 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…

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… tenth, so the team season. looks to progress considerably. The Wolverines will head to Min- "We're going to improve," Warhurst neapolis this weekend for the Big Ten said. "There's only one way to go and…

… past weekend, as the Wolverines competed in their final home meet of the season at the Len Paddock Invitational at Ferry Field. "We were able to get some good competition," Michigan coach James Henry…

… the best of her final home meet as a Wolverine by breaking her own school record in the ham- mer throw with a toss of 199'-3". With that mark, Phillips is now the overall leader in the Big Ten and the…

… Championships in cross country and indoor track and field, the Wolverines hope to capture the Big Ten "triple crown" for the 2003 season. Acrobat®*6.0 Professional Introductory Price $109 Adobe@ Acrobat® 6…

… that the Wolverines were prepared for both matches. "We had a good couple weeks of practice," DaCosta said. "We were all ready, and very confident going into the Colorado match. We just had to put it all…

…." The Wolverines didn't stop there. Michigan cruised through the singles matches as well, getting straight-set wins from Nolan, Rutherford and junior Kim Plaushines. These three victories clinched the win…

… for the Wolverines, giving them their first NCAA tourna- ment win since 1997. "Last year we lost in the first round," Nolan said. "We learned a lot from that and everyone played much better this time…

… around. Against Stanford there was no pressure. We put it all out there, but we knew that everyone needed to ;play their best tennis." The Wolverines never got started against the Cardinal, the region…

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… imagine freshman forward David Wohlberg - the Michigan hockey team's second- leading goal scorer - being moved off the Wolverines' top line. But last year, while playing for the U.S. National Development…

… he would. get. Michigan coach Red Beren- could do, but they didn't know son started him off centering the what I really could give complete- Wolverines' fourth line. He slowly ly. (Having a) new start…

… may be alarmed to find out that's not the theory Wolverine coach John Beilein holds for every game. "He's not really concerned IOWa VS. about winning Michigan and losing," Matchup: fifth-year senior…

… his "get better first" strat- egy came under heavy criticism when the Wolverines dropped an overtime game at Iowa on Feb. 22 - during which first-team All-Big Ten selection Manny Harris sat out the…

… and that's what I love about him." Now, after a 31 regular-season games to focus on getting better, the Wolverines (19-12) will get a shot at revenge against that same Iowa team today in the first round…

… and features a game-changing big man in the middle with senior Cyrus Tate. The Hawkeyes held Michigan to just 9-of-37 shooting after the break in the Wolverines' loss in February. "You hear about the…

… you like crazy." Although most men's basket- ball pundits have Michigan in their latest NCAA Tournament mock brackets, the Wolverines will breath much easier with a win this afternoon. And Beileinknows…

… other things that are going on that are out of you control. A win over Iowa would be great for us." Wolverines riding high on 21-match home win streak Michigan hasn't lost at Varsity Tennis Center since…

… 2006 By GILAD BERKOWITZ Daily Sports Writer The last time the Wolverines lost at home, most of the Michi- gan women's tennis team's mem- bers were still in high school. ThelasttimeMichigan dropped a…

… country." Bernstein said. "The Athletic Department does an incredible job with its upkeep- ing."' Bernstein, who is in her second season with the Wolverines, said that the high quality of the facili- ties…

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… 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…

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… 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…

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…14 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 12, 2001 44 Michigan's 'microwave' continues to ignite Wolverines off the bench Toledo, on downward spiral, welcomes Blue By Joe Smith Daily Sports…

… Editor Michigan certainly doesn't bring back memories of the tough, rough and mean Detroit Pistons' "Bad Boys" teams of a decade ago, but the Wolverines do have their own version of a Vinnie Johnson…

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… 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…

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… away. Quarters without allowing a rushingtouchdown: 33. That's 337 days, eight games and a lot of frus- trated opponents. The 30-28 outcome wasn't in the Wolverines' favor, but they quickly managed to…

… issue. The Wolverines managed to score 28 points against a team that has allowed just 13.6 points per game entering Saturday, and Minor was a huge contributor. He finished with 95 yards on 22 carries and…

… sacks, had not needs four more this - season week against Michigan State, leveled any quarterbacks behind to eclipse former Wolverine Minor and fellow senior tailback the line of scrimmage in Michi- James…

… a solution to picked up when the Wolverines gan wide receiver Greg Mathews Michigan's nonexistent running have needed it most. He contribut- is one of just a few Wolverines game. ed 3.5 tackles for…

… missed opportunities helped keep Michigan (1-2, 4-2) in the game. But in the end, the extra chances only fueled the Wolverines' second straight heartbreak. "I would like to say many of our games won't go…

…, put Floyd back on the bench and raises more questions about the most maligned unit on the team. The Wolverines are dead last in the Big Ten in pass defense, giving up almost 250 yards a game through the…

…) after hibernating in East Lansing (28 yards, 4 first downs and 0 touchdowns), the Wolverines seemed to be in control against Iowa more often than they were against the Spartans. "We didn't deserve to beat…

… Big Ten 3-0 2-0 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 1-1 1-2 0-2 0-2 0-3 Overall 5-1 6-0 5-1 4-2 3-3 5-1 4-2 4-2 3-3 1-5 1-4 Last-ditch shot falls short in Wolverines' shutout loss to Indiana By JAKE FELDMAN Daily…

…Sports Writer As Saturday's Michigan men's soccer game wound down, the Wolverines trailed Indiana 1-0. With three seconds remaining, freshman forward Alex Marti- nez slipped through traffic in the oppos- ing box…

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… Kohlmeier led the Wolverines to their 1-2-3 finish, winning the 5K race with a time of 17:14 and kicking off Michigan's season on a positive note. Redshirt freshman Nicole Edwards came in second, followed by…

… Arianne Field, who finished third at 17:34. The Wolverines finished in seven of the eight top spots in the event against Georgetown, Maryland, West Virginia and Howard. The second group of runners consisted…

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…8B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 12, 2001 FINAL FOUR Continued from Page 1B Madison said. The Wolverines got into Saturday's second round match by upsetting North Carolina, a squad…

… leaving her with an open net to put the ball in giving the Wolverines the lead. Minutes later, Fron- zoni got a breakaway by beating two defenders before faking out Tar Heel keeper Amy Tran to score again…

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…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…

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… 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…

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