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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…

March 12, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 90) • Page Image 13

…, Atlanta probably hasn't seen much of Michigan. Those who have been paying attention know the No. 3 seed awarded to the Wolverines by the NCAA selection committee on Sunday is not unwarranted. Michigan…

… potential has come to fruition. DAN The STILLMAN Wolverines SIL A have displayed SMt the it many times this year. At first, there were only flashes - against Duke and in the Puerto Rico Classic. Recently…

November 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 33) • Page Image 16

…. importance on early games against Big spots, Foreman said. For the past two years, Michigan has Ten teams ' Foreman said. "But there's The Wolverines made great strides excelled in the regular season and has…

… really very little I would change." this season, due in part to an all-around ,advanced to the Big Ten championship, With the Wolverines not receiving a team effort. but received no bid to the NCAAs…

March 12, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 106) • Page Image 11

…. third-seeded Wolverines will play the fourteenth-seeded Redbirds Friday in Women earn first NCAA invite by Theodore Cox and Phil Green Daily Basketball Writers El Hockey awaits NCAA decision by David…

… playoff game. "We hope that winning this will give us the opportunity to continue," Wolverine coach Red Berenson said. "It was a big step for our program and another step would be just deserved," he added…

…. The 10th seed Wolverines will play 7th seed Oklahoma State Wednesday night in Stillwater, Ok. in the Midwest re- gionals. The team had just arrived at Metro airport returning from its 80- 69 regular…

… bidding process, the Wolverines needed to finish ahead of Bowling Green. This is due to the fact that it See HOCKEY, Page 8 Iowa Blue wins easy, 127-96 by Taylor Lincoln Daily Basketball Writer It was too…

… late to win the Big Ten title, but soon enough to salvage third place as the Wolverines turned in one of their most lop-sided victories of the season, 127-96, over Iowa. The win, coupled with Minn- esota…

…'s CCHA playoff consolation game against Bowling Green. The Wolverines defeated the Falcons 5-4 to gain third place. Ieers rebound Win over Falcons lends consolation for OT loss by Peter Zellen Daily…

… earlier Michigan swept past Western Michigan for its first ever opening-round victory in the CCHA playoffs. Then, the Wolverines had to face top-ranked Michigan State on Saturday, a tough, emotional game in…

… the first period- and-a-half and led 2-1 going into the third period with the only Wolverine score coming from Mike Moes at 1:37 in the second period. Then at 7:12 into the third, Moes scored again as…

… good play but he slid into Sharples. It comes down to that you can't give up two-on-ones on overtime." After that loss to Michigan State, the Wolverines had one last1 chance to prove themselves to the…

… for the first time in the conference championships, the Wolverines finished a distant sixth at the Big Ten tournament behind champion Iowa. Women split last 4 games by Theodore Cox and John Niyo Daily…

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, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 94) • Page Image 12

… will try to knock Michigan State from its perch atop the Big Ten. Yes, it's another trek up to East Lansing today for the Wolverines. Not only do the Wolverines have to play in enemy territory, but they…

… must also vie for the Big Ten tour- nament championship, led by the host Spartans who are the favorites' to win the tournament. Play begins Friday for the two- day tournament and the Wolverines are…

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…

March 12, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 90) • Page Image 16

… Lacure said that with all the hardships his team had endured during this season, it was due for some good fortune at the tournament. Lacure's prophetic words were realized as the Wolverines placed three…

… he will have the upper hand if we meet at nationals." In keeping with the way this season has unfolded, the Wolverines suffered a few setbacks to accompany their success. Freshmen Damion Logan injured…

October 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 10) • Page Image 20

…8B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 12, 1998 Defending team title easy as one-two-three for Wolverines x Despite finishing 20 seconds behind last year's winning time at the Murray…

… Michigan men's cross country team managed to successfully defend its 1997 team title at this year's Murray Keatinge Invitational in Orono, Maine this past Saturday. The sixth-ranked Wolverines, run- ning on…

… Maine's course, finished with 27 points to second-place Iowa's 64. In addition to taking the team title for the second straight year, a Wolverine took the individual title at the event for the fourth…

… consecutive year. Senior John Mortimer successfully defended his '97 crown, running the 8,000-meter course in 24:01. Actually, the Wolverines finished one-two-three in the race. Behind Mortimer, who was about…

… last three meets of the season," McGuire said. "We know it will be our sternest test to date and I think we'll respond to that." But the Wolverines are already look- ing forward to Saturday's meet if…

…, they won. For the Wolverines, winning wasn't the only important part of this trip to the East Coast, though. "A trip like this gives the kids a chance to see different parts of the country ... to not be…

… week's Wolverine Invitational (at the Michigan Golf Course) and the upcoming Big Ten Championships. The meet was also a perfect event to rest any runners who have been nursing injuries, with no other…

…. In many cases, some teams' best runners sit certain meets out, which affects where they finish and their subsequent rankings. "Rankings don't mean that much," Warhurst said. The Wolverines will take…

…Guire said. "She's really starting to catch fire. She's just gotta continue to train and race and it will come around for her." After the announcement of the final results, the Wolverines turned their…

… attention toward the Michigan Interregional. The meet, which features many of the country's top teams will be held at the Michigan Golf Course -the Wolverines' home course - this Saturday. "It's time to step…

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…

January 12, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 55) • Page Image 5

… Men's Track and Field vs.Indiana Saturday, 12 p.m. Track and Tennis Building S TS Hockey vs. Lake Superior State Friday,'7 p.m. Sault Ste. Marie Wolverines pull out double-overtime thriller, 83…

…-82 A IOWA Conlan gives Wolverines spark as intensity returns Continued from page 1 and went the length of the court for the lay-up and the tie. "Without Travis Conlan's effort we would not have won…

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…

December 12, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 69) • Page Image 14

… Michigan students will be going home for the holidays, most of the men's swim- ming team will be travelling to Hawaii for the beginning of a grueling road trip. Poor guys. Four of the Wolverines, however…

… hard,. too." December 22, the rest of the team leaves for Honolulu. The Wolverines will hold training camp there until their meet with the University of Hawaii on December 30. "It won't be a high…

… Superior, shut down the Broncos in Friday's 6-2 victory. Shields then held strong Saturday for a 7-4 Wolverine decision. "We're confident that we can win with either (Shields or Gordon) in the net…

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…

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…

November 12, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 33) • Page Image 11

… back a per- fect record from its weekend series against Northern Michigan, but the Wolverines were spotless in another category - the penalty kill. Michigan beat Northern on Friday, 5-3, but fell to the…

… Wildcats on Saturday, 1-0. In the process, however, the Wolverines shut out Northern's power play, preventing the Wildcats from scoring on all 12 power play opportunities. Michigan's penalty kill gave a…

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…

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…

September 12, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 121) • Page Image 16

… Friday night, 3-15, 15-5, 15-10, 6-15, 15-10, the Wolverines (2-5) recovered and turned this weekend into their most successful series of the young season. The victories against Virginia (15- 9, 7-15, 15…

…-10, 15-2) and Pittsburgh (15-12, 13-15, 15-13, 15-1) Saturday gave the host Wolverines a 2-1 record in the Kaepa Volleyball Challenge. After a rocky opening week, it also gave the team its first winning…

… we had earlier on, we would have been great. Instead, we end up losing a tight five-gamer to a good Michigan State team." Despite the outcome, the young Wolverine squad seemed to gain con- fidence from…

… squad in four games. After playing a rather evenly matched first three games, the Wolverines exploded for a 15-2 victory in game four and notched their first win of the 1994 campaign. Leading the…

Wolverine attack were middle blockers O'Donnell and jun- ior Shannon Brownlee. O'Donnell spiked her way to a match-high 15 kills and a .500 hitting percentage while Brownlee had 10 kills and a team-high 13…

Wolverines now have a rosier outlook before they start con- ference play in two weeks. "Even though we did lose one, we still improved our play 200 percent," Brownlee said. "We've come so far in the last…

…-ranked Wolverines outdistance 10-team field By BARRY SOLLENBERGER Daily Sports Writer It was business as usual for the No. 5 Michigan women's cross country team Saturday at the Miami University Invitational. The two…

…-time defending confer- ence champions blasted the 10-team field at the meet in Oxford, Ohio. The Wolverines compiled a team score of 29, far outdistancing second-place Miami of Ohio (67) and third-place Eastern…

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…

May 12, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 3) • Page Image 13

… mscxrand his hgwdHd h sd the Wolverines needed to win eight the season and Central stater Aaron fourth RBI ofthecga ne. straghtBigTengamesinordersto.make KAieper dropped hisrecord to 8-5. On the mou nd…

… welltoday s We had some good This weekend the Wolverines take The VUXrmD* Michigan State to rebound from the execution on ourhit-and-runs and we on Michigan Stre in akey for-game Michigan outfielder Nate…

… defen- Oeveren, Rodney Goble and Scott theBigTenitiua .ertsomethingtt succes ts seaso: higa's e - second all time on the Wolverine sively, maklng only one fielding error T inmerman…

…MichiganStateigdoubleheader andthreewalksintheprocess. Kovach The victories rn Michigan's win- wlldpitch, respectively. The Wolverines will travel toEast yesterday, winig each game by an bestedrbisbyallowingonlytwohits ningstreakto8gamesendingfuirther…

… The Wolverines would never trail lansingonSatiadyatunoonimtwll identical 6-0 score. and walking two en route to her 17th support tothe Wolverines' No.3ank- again, and in the fourth inning they conclude…

…, going 5-for-6 from the next to last in the conference at 4-20. single. Chad Chapmnan then followed anid field good," Freehan said. "We onstrated the keys to the Wolverines' plate with 3 rusbatted in, arun…

… scored The Wolverines will try to tie and Coton bylaunching aball over the 375 don't care to look bak. We're playing success this season: Michigan's near- and asacrifice fly. Karla Kunnen and break the…

…, Michiganjunior After falling to Minnesota, the Dan Brakus has been chosen to com- Wolverines were paired with fifth- pete in the NCAA Singles Champion- rankedIowainSaturday'sconsolation ship,which starts…

May 12, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 3) • Page Image 14

… brought up the rear with a score of 16. Of the day's 16 events, Michigan athletes earned 11 of the top spots. Highlights included the Wolverines' first-place finish in the 4 X 100 relay DAILY FILE PHOTO…

… strokes better than the nearest competi- by 71 performances by Carson and It is named the Wolverine Invita- tor to help the Golden Gophers take Dietz, brought Michigan to 10th, but tional, but last year it…

… belonged to the third. that was as high as the Wolverines Buckeyes. The Wolverines had two squads would go. Michigan retained 10th The Michigan men's golf team competing in the tournament thelBlue place with…

… Gullion (72-68-66- behind Lyle for the team lead. hopes their play will improve next The Wolverines got off to a slow weekend. start with a first round score of 300, "I'm guardedly optimistic about…

… women's golf team was lucky to escape an auto accident -he C itore te"ig Tn Camion- ships in Iowa City relatively unharmed. Unfortunately for theWolverines,inju- ries to senior Wendy Bigler (Twelve…

… _ sstitches in right wrist) and Jenny Valid only at Packard/Hill 769-5555 Zinuerman(concussion)probablycost Maiden Lane 995-9101 the Wolverines a chance to finish in the Limit one cou n er order/Expires 5…

…/31/93 top half of the Big Ten. The players were injured when the team van driven by coach Sue LeClair ,, onstruckapassengercarandflippedwhile Valid oniy at Packard/Hill 769-5555 making a left turn. Wolverines

…th-place finish for the Wolverines, with a 72-hole team totalof 1382. This left them well behind first-place Ohio State's 1240 total, which edged out Indiana by one stroke for the Big Ten title. It…

… also put the Wolverines behind middle-flight Big Ten foes like Michigan State (1294), Penn State (1321) and Purdue (1322),opponentsMichiganhadfared well against during the season. 0I …

October 12, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 28) • Page Image 9

…'m not sure what we're going to see." With one-third of the Wolverines' and half of Miami's roster comprised of first-year players, the question of success will be answered by the de- velopment of these…

… surrounding the Wolverine goalie situation. The Michigan coaching staff has still not decided who will fill the spot between the pipes. Yet, this situation could be insignificant because of the Wolverines

… women's soccer team. The Wolverines settled for a 1- 1 tie against Siena Heights College in a superbly played game. The game was expected to be closely contested and extremely physical, and no one went…

… way I could miss it." The goal put the Wolverines up 1-0, and the way their defense was playing, it appeared they would emerge victorious. At the 25:13 mark, however, the defense suffered a lapse…

Wolverines the lead with three takedowns during the rugged second half. The score remained deadlocked, and the teams headed for overtime. In overtime, rookie sensation Lisa Ashton led the Wolverine attack. She…

May 12, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 2) • Page Image 11

… hit after that Pitcher Andrea Nelson did just second inning. It was the excellent b about all she could for the pitching that kept Bowling Green in Wolverines against Eastern Mich- check. s igan but she…

… the first game 1-0 reached safely. B but losing the nightcap 2-1. The Wolverines returned the favor- / ut Michigan has continued in its trend in the bottom of the inning as S of scoring early, but…

… (9-0 Big Ten, 13- 9 overall). Having just barrelled through the conference schedule, the Wolverine's next stop are the Big Ten championships at Iowa this weekend. The Wolverine Express stopped twice…

… Pizzutello which engineered an amazing comeback to clinch the victory. After losing the first set 6-7, the seldomly paired doubles team won the next two sets 7-6, 7-6, protecting the Wolverines' unblemished…

… Player of the Year honors. Today, the Wolverines begin their quest for a third consecutive Big Ten Championship. Having completed the conference schedule undefeated, they appear as the team to beat. JIL…

May 12, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 5) • Page Image 16

… baseball title this weekend against Michigan State, and that's all it got. In Saturday's doubleheader at East Lansing, the Wolverines split with the Spartans, winning the opener, 7-2, while dropping the…

…. Paciorek's triple was his seventh of the season, tying a Michigan record. In the bottom of the third, Petrella ruined Wolverine starter Scot Elam's no-hit bid with a home run over the left field wall. The…

Wolverines came back with two more runs in the fourth, however, when John Young, Schulte, and Evans all singled to load the bases, and Paciorek did the same to drive in two more runs and make the score 6…

… a wild scoring af- fair with Michigan State ending up on top. Freshman third baseman Chris Sabo and Paciorek starred for the Wolverines, each collecting two hits and two RBI. Sabo uncorked his 10th…

… pitcher, going three and two-thirds innings in relief of star- ter Tim Birtsas. Gary Wayne (6-2) took the loss for the Wolverines, lasting only one-third of an inning in which he yielded four runs, all…

… Other top Wolverine finishers were vitational in Madison. The tournament on the par-72 course. Humenik won the Steve Maddalena and Tom Pursel. had been scheduled as a two-day, 36- sudden death with a…

… cancellation had his game all together, as he swung finished with a 77. John Morse, the of the first round of play, making well all of last week. Wolverines' top golfer thus far this yesterday's round the sole…

… due's 373. 11111 Wolverines, and he still realizes that it The host team, Wisconsin, finished BASEBALL third, while the other Big Ten team playing in the tourney, Minnesota, en- May 12-7 WAYN STE (DH…

…., Minneapolis not fare as well, though. Even with the swing of senior John Morse, who tied MEN'S TRACK with MSU's Steve Lubber for first place May 15-16 Big Ten Championships, at 144, the Wolverines could only at…

January 12, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 74) • Page Image 8

…-8A - Thursday, January 12, 2012 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com MEN'S BASKETBALL Wolverines dominate offensive glass in win Sophomore guard Tim Hardaway Jr. and freshman guard Trey Burke…

… each scored 19 points in the Wolverines' 66-64 overtime victory against Northwestern. gMiinfnisesWldcats inO By BEN ESTES Jr., who fouled Reggie Hearn Daily SportsoEditor with one second left in the…

… from first free throw, allowing Michi- Wolverine defenders off the ball gan (4-1 Big Ten, 14-3 overall) to and hitting almost all of his shots. hold on for the win. Shurna finished with 21 points to It…

…-0 Wolverine run with 13:38 left in the second half - punctuated by a fast-break, two- handed dunk by Novak - gave Michigan its first lead, 46-44, since early in the first frame. But the Wildcats didn't go away…

… Wildcats got open looks in the paint with ease in the first frame, the Wolverines got nothing out of their frontcourt. When redshirt sophomore for- ward Jordan Morgan wasn't los- ing his man on cuts on…

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…

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…

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…

December 12, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 48) • Page Image 15

… overtime. The Wolverines lost the game but gained the respect and admiration of the college basketball world. Revenge against Duke. That instantly became a battle cry for a group of players that expected to…

… possibility that the teams will meet in the NCAA tournament. r Ironically, the closest King, Jackson, and former Wolverines Chris Webber, Juwan Howard and Jalen Rose would ever get to defeating the Devils was…

…nd on the all- time Michigan scoring list. He sur- passed Rickey Green, who scored 1,184 points as a Wolverine in the mid-1970s. Next on the list for King is former teammate Chris Webber at 1,218. King…

… winning six of the meetings, but the Wolverines were able to take two games at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The series resumed in 1989 with the Wolverines winning in a 113- 108 overtime thriller at Crisler…

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…

March 12, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 90) • Page Image 14

…14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 12, 1998 Sky's the limit for peaking Blue STI LLMAN Continued from Page 13A blowout of then-No. 19 Syracuse, the Wolverines' victims included no- names…

… Chattanooga, Murray State and American (Puerto Rico). it looked like Michigan finally had decided to approach every game as if it was against a "Duke." For all the emphasis the Wolverines were placing on their…

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…

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…

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…

November 12, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 49) • Page Image 12

Wolverines finished second with 72 points in winning the battle over the third-place Badgers, the Big Ten champions who accufiulated 88 points. But they lost the war, as Notre Dame captured the title with t 70…

… points. Coupled with the three- ,,point loss at the Big Ten meet, it was the team's second heartbreaking defeat in as many meets. Despite the disappointment, the Wolverines easily qualified for the NCAA…

… scoring Wolverine, ending up in 29th place with a time of 18:40. Similar to the Big Ten Championships, Michigan employed a strategy of starting relatively slow before eventually passing runners and moving…

… person who played well for us was Chris White," assis- tant coach Jim Smoot said. White led the Wolverines against the Golden Gophers with nineteen digs. She also posted eight kills and four- teen digs…

… against the Hawkeyes. In addition to a sputtering de- fense, the Wolverines could not, for the most part, fire up any offensive prowess. "(Minnesota) is known for play- ing really good defense. They did…

…, and we didn't seem to be able to hit the ball hard enough," Smoot said. "They kept returning all our shots. I think that was the main difference." Wolverine captain Julia Sturm led her team in kills…

January 12, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 55) • Page Image 15

… familiar one for the Michigan women's basketball team. For the third straight time, the Wolverines played a game in which the home team took a big second half lead only to see the visiting team come back to…

… make the game close. Unlike the last two instances in which the Wolverines held a double- digit lead, this game saw Michigan mount the heroic comeback late in the game. Unfortunately for the Wolverines

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…

January 12, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 57) • Page Image 8

… since its inception, while Brian Wiseman (5-20-25), David Oliver (19-8-27) and Cam Stewart (10-12-22) have combined for consistent scoring as well. The Wolverines' future skates on the third line, where…

… for prowess in its own zone. Goaltender Steve Shields sees relatively little rubber, and thunderous body checks are a matter of course in the Wolverine zone. Senior Chris Tamer has spent less time in…

… dependable backup in the past, but has not had enough quality minutes to do so this year. Loges has seen less than two periods of action. SPECIAL TEAMS: The Wolverines have killed 83 percent of their penalties…

…. Mike Stone and Rick Willis lead a solid penalty killing unit with intense forechecking and disciplined defense. This allows the Wolverines' top playmakers to skate at even strength and produce offense…

… be among the best in all of college hockey. Instead, the Wolverines convert at a modest 22 percent and have allowed four shorthanded goals. COACHING: Since changing line combinations, the Wolverines

… the pipes could be key in case of an injury, Berenson must also find a way to keep the Wolverines' intensity levels high when goalies Gordon and Loges are in the net. So far this season the two backups…

… have not received the same support as Shields has. OVERALL: The Wolverines trail first-place Miami by three points in the conference standings and are ranked third in the nation. They need to maintain a…

… Roseanne Barr. If it were an ego, it would belong to Bryant Gumbel. But it's a basketball game, and so it's Indiana and Michigan tonight at Crisler Arena. The Wolverines (2-0 Big Ten, 12-1 overall) and…

… Duke Dec. 5, the Wolverines have ripped off 11 straight wins by an average margin of 18 points. It is Michigan's long- est winning streak since 1988, when it started the season 11-0. And don't forget the…

…. - "We're playing good for any- body, really," Fisher admitted. Recently, the Wolverines have been riding on the very capable shoulders of forward Chris Webber and center Juwan Howard. In the most recent…

November 12, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 49) • Page Image 8

…FRANCES After a shot from the starter's pistol, a splash in the pool and a few quick strokes, the Michigan men's swim team glided by the University of Toronto Friday night 83-26. The Wolverines jumped into their…

… good to start out with a win like this." Dave Kerska led the Wolverines with two individual victories in the 50- yard freestyle, touching out at 20.82, and the 100-yard freestyle, with a 45.83. Teamed…

… power play and allowed a horrific 42 shots Saturday was, yes, the Michigan Wolverines. Such has been the early season tendency of this year's Wolverine hockey team. Two exhibition losses to Team Canada…

… considered one of the toothless teams in the CCHA. Outscored 34-18 outside of Yost, the Wolverines have found away games a tough road to hoe. Last weekend's series with the Spartans showed how erratic the…

Wolverines are away from home sweet home. Friday night Michigan traded goals with the highly regarded Spartans, and after Brad McCaughey's breakaway goal at 15:19 of the third period, Michigan held on behind…

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…

September 12, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

… three bids submitted for the carpet- ing. My son's company Wolverine Car- pets, Apex Industries, and another com- pany. We felt all along that the bid would go to Apex Industries since Alan Levy and Eric…

… on campus during move-in weekend. They obtained this privilege despite the fact they offered the University a smaller kickback than Wolverine Carpets, about 4 percent less. Upon discovering this…

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…

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…

January 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 52) • Page Image 10

…10-- The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 12, 1996 Wolverines hoping to beach California schools By Chris Murphy Daily Sports Writer Away from the winter disasters many have been facing, the…

… Michigan women's swimming team has been spending its time in the tropics. Recently, the Wolverines have been using a tour of tropical vacation spots to bolstertheirtrainingandboosttheirrecord. During the…

March 12, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 110) • Page Image 10

… answered in analysing tonight's NCAA tournament first-round matchup between Michigan (19-11) and Navy (26-5) at Charlotte, N.C. (7 p.m., Channel 2). -Can Wolverine Gary Grant break his NCAA tournament jinx…

…, and that he has emerged as a capable leader of the Wolverines. "I look for Gary Grant to have a big game against Navy and I think Michigan needs that," said Heathcote. ON ROBINSON - Heathcote pointed…

… of the Michigan locker room listed one of the Wolverines main goals as receiving an NCAA bid. THE COACHING staff and the media gathered in the locker room Sunday night to watch the announcement of the…

…'ll probably be picked number one in the NBA draft. "What can I say? He's the best 4 Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY Wolverine coach Bill Frieder (left) will call on Loy Vaught to help shoot down Navy's aircraft…

… first nine games. The rest of the season, though, has been marked by streaks. THE WOLVERINES lost four of six around the holidays. Then, after a rousing comeback in a 85- 84 loss to Big Ten leader Indiana…

… right time, allowing the Wolverines to reel off three more wins. The season ended with three games against Top 20 competition: Iowa, Illinois, and Purdue. With an 18-9 record entering that stretch, the…

Wolverines appeared bound for the NCAA tournament, iless they lost all three.j Iowa downed Michigan, 95-85, ' on a nationally-televised game at Iowa City. Despite trailing by large margins the entire game, the…

Wolverines showed flashes of effective play, and did not embarrass themselves. They saved that indignity until the Illinois game, an 89-75 Illini victory that left handwriting on the wall: the letters N…

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…

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