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January 13, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 46) • Page Image 40

…4B - January 13, 2014 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com lose of reality: Wolverines slip up late Second-half comeback falls just short in rivalry. By MAX COHEN Daily Sports Editor It could…

Wolverines in front of a pom- pom waving lower bowl, the Spartans (3-0 Big Ten, 11-6 over- all) played the role of spoiler. Michigan left the Crisler Center with the first blemish on its Big Ten schedule. The…

October 13, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 11) • Page Image 9

… Fisher. The news reached far beyond the Ann Arbor limits. Former Wolverines and their families from all across the nation blew steam about the way things were handled and felt sorry for the players in the…

…. Athletic Director Bo Schembechler chose Fisher to run his team, beginning immediately with the first round of the tournament. Fisher and the Wolverines went on to win the championship, beating Seton Hall, 80…

February 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 75) • Page Image 9

…, are as rare as the one that happened at 3:23 of overtime: The Wolverines lost. The Flames (8-11-2 CCHA, 11-15-3 overall) ended the Wolverines' 14-game un- beaten streak by defeating Michigan 5-4, after…

… the Wolverines (17-3-1, 22-5-1) won by the same score on Friday. The Flames' Rob Mottau lifted a loose puck over Michi- gan goalie Marty Turco seconds after an Illinois-Chicago power play ended to win…

… all, Wisconsin shot 35 free throws, drew 27 Wolverine fouls and fouled out Makhtar Ndiaye and Maceo Baston. The Badgers' 30 points from the charity stripe negated a 57-44 shot advantage for the…

November 13, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 31) • Page Image 13

… tryouts this year, Rothstein said. The Wolverines look forward to both the challenge of fierce competition and to winning expectations. They are going to be a tough team to compete against. "Michigan will…

… to beat:' Although they have performed well during the fall season, the Wolverines say it is due to preparation, hard work, enthusiasm and dedication. The Wolverines look forward to a successful…

… the look- out for the next "Great Wolverine,"and the recruiting process is a tireless job for the Michigan coaching staff. "Feb. 8 is the signing date, but we are constantly looking around the country…

… for prospective recruits," Belkin said. "The Midwest and the East Coast have been particularly good areas." Just because the season is over does not mean the work is over. The Wolverines will start…

January 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 56) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 13, 1995 - 13 Blue women hope to silence Lions' roar in Happy Valley The Wolverines have had their troubles in the lower weight classes all season, including…

… over No. 6 Michigan State. With the tough Big Ten schedule in full swing for the Wolverines, Michigan coach Dale Bahr is confident. "That win against Michigan State really bolstered our feeling toward…

… in the country, but we need to get those lower weights to pull through." At 142 pounds, Wolverine senior Mike Ellsworth faces a crucial match against No. 2 John Hughes, who holds a 21-2 record. It is…

… Daily Basketball Writer The Michigan women's basketball team invades No. 12 Penn State Sun- day missing one of its primary weap- ons - surprise. After the Wolverines knocked off Big Ten foes Michigan…

Wolverines are a much stronger team this season. "Nothing will be easy (Sunday)," Coleman said. "They are a young, improving team," Penn State coach Rene Portland said. "Now that Michigan has broken their…

… losing streak, they are even more dangerous. We have to protect our house." The Wolverines (2-2 Big Ten, 7-7 overall) will attempt to end another streak Sunday. If Penn State (1-2, 9-3) defeats…

… Northwestern tonight, it will bring a 19-game home-winning streak into its match with Michigan. Coach Trish Roberts is optimistic about the Wolverines' chances. "In the Big Ten, any team can beat any other team…

… on any given night," Roberts said. "Last year, teams looked at us as an automatic win." Last season, Michigan was an auto- matic win. The Wolverines were 0-18 in the conference. The Lions, however…

November 13, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 34) • Page Image 14

… Ten championship Advance to NCAA championships 3. Place in the top four at the NCAA championships So far, the Wolverines are one-for-one heir hit list. Saturday, Michigan gets a k at No. 2 when it…

… known to fade after strong starts, staying up with the front pack for only half of the Big Ten race. The Wolverines were able to fend off the Badgers when they clashed at the Big Ten championships Nov. 1…

November 13, 2012 (vol. 123, iss. 42) • Page Image 7

… for either team to score on his penalty shot. The lone goal completed an improbable comeback, after the Wolverines scored three third- period goals to send the game to overtime. Though they left…

… the Wolverines home-and-home series with. Michigan State. In Michigan's 5-1 victory on Friday night in Ann Arbor, he tallied two assists, for a total of five on the year. A day later, when the…

April 13, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 118) • Page Image 13

… weekend. Ever since the Wolverines finished second to Georgia in Ast season's national championship by a re .03, their focus has been on captur- ing the ultimate honor. Finally, a year later, the…

… outcome from last season's finals was not an isolated result. The Wolverines have battled the GymDogs -ee times in 2000 and the GymDogs e come out on top every time. "The fact that we've been exposed to…

April 13, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 112) • Page Image 9

… ever. Not sur- prisingly, the No. 2 Wolverines added more marks to their win column this past weekend, sweeping No. 16 *Minnesota in a three-game series. With the victories, the Wolverines 34-3 overall…

…, 11-0 Big Ten) remain in first place in the Big Ten, ahead of - Minnesota and Northwestern. The sweep brought the Wolverines' win stekto 15 games and halted the ~Golden Gophers' six-game tear. The…

October 13, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 11) • Page Image 19

…I{ tEMIN9gBIV L ! MItTA; ;t 4)22~' 1~~ii VS, a~ w 0 ay. OeUT ift . _ ... i I w -w- w MKOW 61i ti The 1996-97 Wolverines Uncertainty should provide exciting a By Sharat Raju Daily Sports…

… Writer Western Michigan coach Bill Wilkinson said it best: "I'd like to wel- come Michigan back to the CCHA."' In recent seasons, the Wolverines did not play in the CCHA, metaphorically speaking. They were…

January 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 56) • Page Image 12

… Men's Basketball vs. Northwestern Saturday, 8 p.m. (Raycom) Evanston Si Wrestling vs. Penn State Sunday, 4:30 p.m. Cliff Keen Arena Icers return to CCHA play Wolverines are not underestimating…

… Lake Superior0, By BARRYSOLLENBERGER Daily Hockey Writer During his tenure as coach of the Michigan hockey team, Red Berenson has welded the Wolverines into a na- tional power. In 1984-85, Berenson…

… championship since 1964, Lake State has claimed the national title three of the past seven years, including last season. Last March, the Lakers upset a Wolverine squad that was ranked No.1 for most of the…

… at the beginning of the season." The Lakers don't have anyone ranked in the top 30 in the conference in overall scoring. Brian Felsner, brother of former Wolverine great Denny Felsner, leads Lake State…

… this weekend," Wolverines seniorco-cap- tain Alecia Humphrey said. "Twoyears ago we swam Northwestern the first week after we returned from a heavy training winter break and we swam real well." Michigan…

… hopes this year's results will be as good. The Wolverines are not physically preparing any differently for this meet than previous dual meets. "We didn't want to sacrifice our training for NCAAs by…

… Bears, the Wolverines will also swim face-to- face with other world championship swimmers, like German Martin Hermann and Polish freshman Bart Sikora. "We have a chance to win both events, but we…

December 13, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 49) • Page Image 15

… their mass exodus home for the holiday season. Not the women's swimming and diving team. The No. 4 Wolverines head to the Aloha State Dec. 17 for two weeks of fun, practicing and competition in the r…

… blazing sun. The closest Michigan will come to a white Christmas this year is the sun glistening off the white sand. Butnot to worry; many of the Wolverines' par- ents will be joining their daughters in…

January 13, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 73) • Page Image 10

… the Wolverine hockey team's stay in Chicago earlier in the season: Dear Bernadette the usherette, Hi. Remember me? We met last Halloween night at an Illinois-Chicago hockey game. Surely you remember the…

… uncharacteristic effort you were seeing from the Wolverines. They lose a lot, but they're never blown out of a game. "It can be a good hockey team," I said. I also told you of the evil that occurred on Halloween…

… team still has two games in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines will get you back." In all my years as a Michigan fan there is one trademark I'll never forget: Michigan teams always bounce back from humiliation…

…. Well, last weekend our time came. I was all set for a Michigan sweep. Everything was pointing in the Wolverines' direction. They had won four of their last six games, while UIC had lost four in a row and…

… was only 4-9-1 since the Michigan massacre. Two of those Wolverine victories were sweet revenge against Miami. There was no doubt that the same treatment was in store for your Flames. LAST WEEK…

March 13, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 89) • Page Image 20

…20A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 13, 1997 --- Shoulders separate 'M' wrestlers . Although injuries have hindered the Michigan wrestling team this season, the Wolverines will send five…

…, Iowa, the Wolverines will be sending five participants. Due to their appearances in the Big Ten finals, Lacure, Catrabone and Richardson received automatic bids, while Viola was voted in as a wild- card…

February 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 75) • Page Image 12

…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 13, 1995 Illinois-Chicago sportscaster angered by Wolverines' play* By Darren Everson Daily Hockey Writer WOODRIDGE, Ill. - Michigan's Bill Muckalt slashed…

… just might be some hatred in his heart for these Wolverines - especially Muckalt. "At least he got his comeuppance, though, because his team ended up losing the game because of that play," said an elated…

… team," Michigan coach Red Berenson said after Friday's 5-4 Wolverine win. "We don't want to finish the season with games like this." At the same time, it's hard to find fault with the Wolverines for…

January 13, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 55) • Page Image 10

…. Friday's game at Notre Dame epitomized this deficiency. Despite beating the Irish, 4-3, the Wolverines probably played their worst game of the year - even worse than the 10-0 debacle at Lake Superior…

…. "Michigan seemed to be toying with Notre Dame throughout Friday'sr contest, but it could never deliver the knockout punch. The Wolverines jumped out to a 2-0 lead on goals by Cam Stewart and Denny Felsner…

…. The Wolverine defense also played a tight first period, limiting the Irish to three shots on net. Even though Michigan did not play an outstanding period, it led, 2-0, and the Wolverines looked like…

… to listen to what the hell I was saying," Berenson said. "We had to wake up or we would get blown out." The Wolverines responded to Berenson' s tirade with two more relatively easy goals by Stewart and…

… netminding by Shields, the team could not be happy with its performance. "We played our worst game of the year," Berenson said. "I call it a lousy win because of the way we played." While the Wolverines

…, the Wolverines have not met expectations all season long. ,In the past ,they had had convenient excuses, but there comes a time wlen alibis need to end and answers need to be found. This weekend…

… hockey (Wiseman, Felsner and Oliver), and a second line which has started to click in recent weeks (Roberts, Stewart and Ted Kramer), the Wolverines haven't reached their potential. Before the season…

… transformed Michigan from a very good team last year to a great team this season. However, that advancement has not been evident throughout the roster, and while the Wolverines remain a very good team, they…

… be in Notre Dame on a Friday night. Or maybe it was the theory proposed by Wolverine defenseman Aaron Ward, who decided Michigan's comatose performance in its 4-3 victory past Notre Dame was due to its…

March 13, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 112) • Page Image 5

…, it becomes a feel-good story for the program and somethingto build on nextnyear. If the Wolverines lose against Iowa this afternoon, then their uninspiring season comes to an end. Either way, the team…

… their dominat- ing win over Michigan State, the 10th- ranked Wolverines (2-0 Big Ten, 10-2 overall) were concerned about losing the doubles point. Michigan coach Bruce Berque attributed the doubles loss…

March 13, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 89) • Page Image 19

… finals in two weeks. The top three finishers in the meet will advance. REVIEW Continued from Page 15A Guevara would lead the Wolverines on a permanent basis by removing "inter- im" from her title. The…

… start of Big Ten conference play in January brought stiffer competition, and Michigan had problems being con- sistent. The Wolverines beat Illinois - which finished in a first-place tie with Michigan…

… State. The Wolverine divers swept the top three spots against Purdue, California and Stanford. In the Cal and Stanford meets, Michigan swept both diving events. However, the biggest contribution the…

… divers made this season was during the Purdue meet. The Wolverines had never lost to the Boilermakers and the meet was much closer than anticipated. The clutch div- ing of Wilmot, Fleming and freshman Josh…

… provided gave the flu-stricken Wolverines the win. Michigan enters the Zone Meet with- out an NCAA champion in any diving event since 1984. Olympian Kent Ferguson took the three-meter title that year…

… tourney. to make sure she didn't get the ball. Johns was named to All-Big Ten second team for the second year in a row. Another Wolverine receiving post- season accolades was freshman Stacey Thomas. She…

April 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 112) • Page Image 9

… 'M' recruits are No. 1 Recruiting analyst Bob Gibbons has ranked Michigan's recruiting class No. 1 in the nation. The Wolverines' blue-chip class of Robert Traylor, Albert White and Louis Bullock…

…. "You can't make six errors and hope to beat good teams." Yet, despite their poor fielding, *the Wolverines' offense was hitting on all cylinders, compiling 15 hits andscoring 10 runs. But Michigan (4- 6…

…Big Ten, 13-18 overall) had its hands full with Madonna. Down 9-8 in the bottom of the ninth, Wolverine Mike Muir drew a walk to lead off the inning. After Kelly Dransfeldt sacrificed him to second base…

… sloppy game, but we swung the bat halfway-decent," Freehan said. "We we're down, but we battled back against these guys." With the game tied at eight in the seventh inning, the Wolverines had a chance to…

… right. Centerfielder Brian Simmons then hit his eighth homerun of the year to shrink the deficit to two. The Wolverines scored three un- earned runs in the bottom of the fifth to take the lead, 6…

… Softball Writer With the Michigan softball team leading Penn State, 4-0, after four innings of play in the second game of its doubleheader, the Wolverines had to wait 52 minutes in the rain before coming…

… back on the field. And when it seemed as if the rain had finally stopped, No. 9 Michigan opened the floodgates. Michigan's offense sparked the Wolverines (11-3 Big Ten, 29-7 over- all) to a 14-0 victory…

… over Penn State (3-11,16-19) in the second game, af- ter claiming a 10-2 victory over the Nittany Lions in the opening contest. Wolverine Sara Griffin was the first batter after the rain delay, and the…

… the Wolverines a 7-0 lead. And then after Cheryl Pearcy singled, Griffin followed with a blast over the left-centerfield fence to give Michigan a 9-0 lead. It was Griffin's fifth homerun of the year…

…, which ties the Wolverines' single-season homerun record. The runs didn't stop there. With runners on second and third, Kathryn Gleason singled to increase the lead to 11-0. Three batters later, Silver…

November 13, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 51) • Page Image 8

…8A - Thursday, November 13, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com t j Michigan prepares for final stretch Wolverines play Wisconsin in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament By EMILY…

… heavy legs and tired bodies, Michigan coach Steve Burns gave one final encourage- ment, "For Wisconsin, Michigan - for Wisconsin." The 10th-ranked Wolverines (4-1-1 Big Ten, 12-4-2 overall) head to…

… Wisconsin in the Bit Ten Tournament. Michigan is the second seed in the tournament. I I Can you imagine the Wolverine State as the Buckeye State? Strange, but true. Global warming is pushing the Ohio…

wolverine2 - along with our health, our jobs and our pocketbooks. Please go to StopTheBuckeye.org. Urge the President- elect and the new Congress to take bold action to keep the buckeye in Ohio and protect…

…. 11:939-948. 2See "Recent Report Shows Global Warming Could Be Final Straw for Wolverines," Defenders of Wildlife, March 12, 2007. AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN MACOMB COUNTY PREVENTION…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 14

… they took three of four games from Minnesota to open a two and one-half game lead over the Golden Gophers. The Wolverines only need to split their last four games at fifth-place Indiana to clinch their…

… first ever Big Ten title. The entire series with Minnesota featured outstanding pitching, as Wolverine hurlers did not give up a single earned run en route to three shutout victories and a one-run loss…

… Bixby, but this time with Bixby the winner. Although the Wolverines managed only three hits off Bixby, they found themselves with an outstanding scoring opportunity in the sixth inning, only to leave the…

… two Minnesota singles. The Wolverines salvaged a split on the afternoon as their bats ex- ploded in the late innings of the series' final game. They used two runs in the fourth, three in the fifth, and…

… added two hits to help lead the Wolverines to the 8-0 rout. The Wolverines continued their fine pitching in non-conference ac- tion on Wednesday, sweeping past Eastern Michigan by scores of 1-0 and 3…

…'s doubleheader against Minnesota. The Wolverines took three of four on the weekend. Wolvrn tracks ters3 to BY ADAM BENSON fore next week's Big Ten champi- smaller schools, there are quality The Michigan men's and…

… end's meet. No Wolverine relay We also have other great properties! teams will run, but Henry expects More Information at: tough races throughout the competi- 543 Church Yes tin Ann Arbor, M1 we're open…

September 13, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 159) • Page Image 20

… scoreless first half on Sat- urday, Old Dominion (2-1 overall) edged the Wolverines 3-2 in over- time, just one day after Michigan (3- 3) had scored four second-half goals to beat Syracuse 4-0 on Friday. The…

Wolverines started strong against the Monarchs on Saturday, forcing Old Dominion goalkeeper Mary Cate Gordon to make five first- half saves. Though the teams fought back and forth through the first 20 minutes…

October 13, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 11) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - Friday October 13, 2000 - 13 Harners run home to face No. 4 Washington "f f and running The Michigan women's cross country team is sprinting out of the gate, The Wolverines

… Mike give the Wolverines a .Date "thi's 'weekend the Michigan wonmen's cross country team will finally have the crowd in its corner as it plays host for the Wolverine Interregional. The meet -- which…

… takes place SUI *undav-- will be held at the Michigan golf course starting MICHIGANC at 10.30 am. Whno: MichigE -Washington, James cross country Madison. and La Salle will be Wolverine Int providing the…

… competition for Whet: 10:30 the Wolverines. This meet LtestThe A marks the only opportunity the for their fourt Wolverines will have to run in meets this se front of the home fans this sea- son. No. 4…

… Washington is a strong *pponent for the Wolverines and should be good preparation for Big Ten competition. "We feel that if we continue to make chance to give more runners some experi- ence. Instead of the…

…. gan women's ry hosts the iterregional. 0a,m. Wolverines aim rth win In five season. Wolverines will suit up an addi- tional two to three runners for the meet. In the past, the Wolverines have competed…

October 13, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 11) • Page Image 10

…10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 13, 1998 Depth key for Blue runners Mortimer, Snyder provide lethal combination for Wolverines By Raphael Goodstein For the Daily For the fourth…

… in Orono, Maine, running the 8,000-meter course in 24:01.10. Mortimer led a 1-2-3-6 Wolverine finish. "We're improving every week," Michigan coach Ron Warhurst said. "We're going to have to if we want…

… to go out there and do their jobs." Junior Steve Lawrence finished third at 24:15.14 and senior Don McLaughlin finished sixth with a 24:45.63 time. Rounding out the scorers for the Wolverines was…

… Il-team tourna- ment with 27 points, beating second- place Iowa by 37. The sixth-ranked Wolverines will host the sixth annual Wolverine Interregional on Oct. 18 at the Michigan Golf Course. The 10-team…

… an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships." The rest of the season will get more difficult for the Wolverines as they go to the Eastern Michigan Open on Oct. 23, then continue with the Big Ten…

…-ranked Wolverines (3-1 Big Ten, 10-3 overall) stayed in a three-way tie atop the Big Ten. They may even rise in the national rankings. This all took place with the absence of forward Amy Philbrook. Philbrook, a…

…," said Philbrook. "I'll start off with stickwork and start running toward the end of the week. It shouldn't be hard to fit back into the unit." Even though other Wolverines have been able to keep the team…

… State the following weekend, the Wolverines will need a three-game winning streak to maintain the top spot in the Big Ten. Michigan would only be helped with Philbrook's leadership back for those key…

… gotten itself into a nasty habit early in the season: making opposing goaltenders look---------.- good. Hockey Low scoring isn't a concern Comumeintary just yet, as the -------- Wolverines have only played…

… the visi- tors' penalty box on 16 occasions. Yet Lake Superior goaltender Rob Galatiuk kept the Wolverines at bay, ending many intense power play sequences with frustratingly spectac- ular saves. And if…

October 13, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 11) • Page Image 14

… habit of scoring early in games and protecting a lead for much of the game. That strategy has failed Michigan dur- ing its three-game losing streak. This weekend, the Wolverines (2-3 Big Ten, 10-5 over…

…. . Michigan midfielder Courtney Reid spoiled the shutout for Penn State when she scored on a two-on-one withAmy Philbrook 2:35 before the end of the game. ,The Wolverines might have been underdogs against Pdnn…

… Chris Duprey ; Daily Sports Wfiter Take one look cross country t( atd boredom mi That's what ha ranked Wolverin formance week winning the K Orono, Maine,c extended its wini at the Michigan men's eam…

Wolverines have captured team titles in every invitational so far, most in blovgout fashion. After defeating five ranked squads to wi the Mountain West Classic last w/eek, Michigan got a bit of a breather this…

December 13, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 67) • Page Image 10

Wolverines, clinging to fourth place in the CCHA with a 7-6-3 league record, have been equally dimorphic. In the first 10 games of the season, Michigan jumped out to a 7-2-1 record, highlighted by a road sweep…

… of defending NCAA champion Lake Superior. The Wolverines soared to No. 5 nationally and were on their way to joining the elite of the CCHA. Until another. Michigan team came along and spoiled the party…

… second in the CCHA with a 2.65 goals-against average. Defense: The Wolverine defense has been stingy, giving up 62 goals this season to tie them for third place in the league. This past weekend they held…

…. Also in the Wolverines' favor is their continued intensity. Despite the winless streak, they came out fired up and ready to play against Michigan State. "We had a great effort this weekend," said…

… defenseman Alex Roberts. "If we can keep that up every weekend, we'll win games." Luck is another intangible that eventually has to work in Michigan's favor. Over the last few weeks the Wolverines have been…

… a top-four finish and a home-ice advantage in the playoffs as a goal for the season. Technically, the Wolverines are right where they want to be. "Although first place is out of reach, we're only…

April 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 112) • Page Image 11

… conference crown. Laxers battle for Big Ten title " Wolverines look to capture sixth straight championship By Amber Uyesato For the Daily The maize and blue writing is on the wall and it says "Repeat." The…

… Michigan men's lacrosse team has captured the Big Ten title five years in a row. This weekend, the Wolverines hope to take home their sixth. However, Michigan's domination in the previous championships has…

March 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 89) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, March 13, 1995 - 7 'M' crushes Georgia Tech Wolverines score 4 By Ravi Gopal Daily Baseball Writer Yesterday the Michigan base- ball team set a 100-year…

… high in scoring. At its current rate, it might not be that long 'til the Wolverines do it again. Michigan (5-9) destroyed Geor- gia Tech (11-6), 27-5, yesterday in Atlanta. With the victory, the Wol…

January 13, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 52) • Page Image 15

… Michigan defense °.on Saturday. The O4bot4l guard, an '*ig Ten candi- date, scorched the Wolverines for a game-high 20 points. He also snagged 1 rebounds and dished out three assists In the Gophers' 70…

… to play only seven guys - the other five who made the trip are sim- ply not Big Ten caliber players. As the game wore on - especially after the Wolverines whittled a 10- point deficit to two…

February 13, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 76) • Page Image 12

… will be the one leti laughing as it heads to State College to take on Penn State. The Nittany Lions were the ones who were laughing the last time these two teams met, when the Wolverines squandered a 13…

… a double-digit lead to slip away at home on Jan. 4. These Wolverines are coming off a gutsy, come-from-behind thriller at Purdue this past Sunday. The road victory pushed Michigan to 7-5 in the Big…

May 13, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 2) • Page Image 13

… the lift they needed Wednesday. After dropping three of four to Ohio State over the weekend and splitting with Toledo on Tues- day, the Wolverines enjoyed a dou- bleheader demolition of Eastern Michigan…

…. The Wolverines won the first game, 6-2, behind the strong pitch- ing of rookie, Jeff Tanderys and Mike Ignasiak. In the second game, catcher Mike Gillette blasted two home runs in a 12-run second inning…

May 13, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 5) • Page Image 11

…Tuesday, May 13, 1975 THE MICI Batsmen visit ;HIGAN DAILY Page Eleven HIGAN DAILY Page Eleven By BILL CRANE The Michigan Wolverine bats- men (9-3) are perched in first place in the Big Ten race…

… going into the season's last weekend, but they shouldn't feel too con- fident. Yes, the Wolverines continued their hot play on the road by winning three out of four games this weekend from Indiana and…

… third place in the last four years. Last year was particular- ly frustrating. The Wolverines were rained out of the final two doubleheaders. Rained-out games aren't rescheduled in the league. So, there…

… visited Ann Ar- bor earlier this season. At Ray Fisher Stadium, the BG's shut Michigan out 4-0 in the first game of a twinbill and the Wolverines' only saved them- selves from being double-dipped by…

… outlasting the Greenies 5-4 in 10 innings in the nightcap. Since then however, Mich- igan has won 11 and dropped but three. Perhaps the big test for the Wolverine title drive will be today's games in Ohio…

… Freehan Dave Brown. Hackney co Wolverines they have h years. He is clip. But if Bo Michigan as it did earlie will have a the critical f As the le, Michigan Sta in the Big T and the Sp series with T and…

April 13, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 112) • Page Image 16

…8B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - April 13, 1998 No holiday in Iowa for Michigan golfers Wolverines to participate in extra event today By Tracy Sandler Daily Sports Writer Iowa can wait. A…

… slight change of plans occurred this weekend for the Michigan women's golf team. The Wolverines Easter weekend in originally planned. Since the trip ...--........----- Goff Notebook tomorrow. did not…

… the tour- nament in a tie for the 39th place, while both Hess and Baumann tied for 57th. Talbot finished in a tie as well but for 64th-place. Going for the average: Park is the only Wolverine competing…

… 85.50. She leads Hess (85.15) and Baumann (86.07). As a whole, the Wolverines are averaging a team score of 327.2. The only Michigan player who has not broken 80 this season is Baumann. Her lowest…

… score has been 81. Nonetheless, the Wolverines will still get a trip to Iowa. Michigan, which finished 10th out of 15 teams at last weekend's Indiana Invitational, will make it to Iowa City on,April 18…

… and 19 for the Hawkeye Invitational. In both tournaments in the coming week, Michigan will look to continue a trend of strong play started by the Wolverines in Indiana. While in Bloomington, the most…

… impressive round of golf for the Wolverines came in the tournament's third round. The Michigan : women's tennis team had few reasons to celebrate during the weekend split. The biggest cause for celebration…

… was the Wolverines' first upset of the season against Minnesota on Friday. ADRIANA YUGOVICH/Daily HAWKEYES Continued from Page :B Moon and Jen Boylan falling in a 9-7 tiebreak. At No. 3 doubles…

…, Michigan's Tumeka Harris and Erryn Weggenman won a 9-7 tiebreak. The doubles matches sent the Wolverines into the singles matches trailing 1-0. Michigan senior captain Sora Moon quickly evened the score at…

February 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 75) • Page Image 14

… gives Wolverines a lift r- WOMEN continued from page 1 worried that Michigan would come back. "It's their job to catch up," she said. "I never look over my shoul- der." Longworth, who tallied 21 points…

…. Compared to our last game (with Penn State), this was a moral victory." The Wolverines have four confer- ence games remaining before the Big Ten Tournament March 3-6. "If we play as tough as we played…

March 13, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 92) • Page Image 12

… elimi- by Mike Rancilio Daily Sports Writer The much anticipated wait for May May Leung is over. The heralded rookie gymnast will compete as a Wolverine for the first time this weekend as the women…

…, Wendy Wilkinson. These types of misfortunes have become second nature to the team this season. Although they hinder the Wolverines' performances, Mich- igan has still tallied team-record performances and…

… front of family and friends. The Wolverines defeated Missouri at home earlier this season, but the prospect of performing on the road makes the rematch more of a challenge. Michigan has not been able to…

… break the 190 barrier since scoring 191.45 against Florida over spring break. The Wolverines hope to end that drought this weekend, and increase their statistical clout for Nationals. The vastly…

Wolverines currently boast a 274.67 average compossite score. "This is critical to our NCAA ranking," Darden said. "We've got nate. our 273 score, but to get ouO confidence to the next level for thq. Big Tens…

… start cou- be the key to victory and is happy with Michigan's first two events. # Beginning with the floor exercise, followed by the pommel horse should bode well for the Wolverines:: because they are…

… ranked No. 2 in the;: nation on the floor and No. 9 on the:i SLME.PAL.Y/aiy Michigan junior Debbie Geiger and the rest of the Wolverines will compete this weekend against Minnesota and Missouri. to break…

… TRYOUTS MARCH 16TH 6:30 P.M. IM BLDG. Women 's relay to by Rich Mitvalsky Daily Sports Writer Michigan's 3200-meter relay team will be the Wolverines lone entry at the NCAA track and field championships…

… this weekend in Indianapolis. The relay team competes in the preliminary heats today against nine other teams. Heading into competition last week, the Wolverine quartet of Carrie Yates, Kristine Westerby…

…. Seeded only behind Villanova, Wisconsin and Texas, the Wolverines are a mere three seconds off the top seed, with an 8 minute 42 second time. "On Friday, we aren't really looking to drop much time but just…

February 13, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 97) • Page Image 9

…. The Wolverines lost to the Wildcats during dual season. Tankers ready to seek revenge By COURTNEY RATKOWIAK Daily Sports Writer The lights at Canham Natato- rium dimmed after practice and, as his team…

… exclaimed. "It feels fast," Michigan coach Bob Bowman corrected, laughing. After four solid months of train- ing without taper, the Wolverines are ready to fit into their new fast- skins and face their Big…

March 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 89) • Page Image 9

… Tournament bubble that many had it on yesterday when the pairings for this season's tour- nament were announced. The Wolverines landed a No.9 seed in the Midwest region and will play the No. 8 seed, Western…

… little cautious and nervous," King said about watch- ingtheselection show. "Now thatwe're in, it's back to business." Michigan coach Steve Fisher agreed that the most important thing is that the Wolverines

…, 73-67, to Purdue enabling the Boiler- makers to take the Big Ten title out- right. A loss would have meant sharing the crown with Michigan State. Purdue led throughout, holding off a final Wolverine

… sudden you find a way to get over the hump." The Boilermakers led by as many as 16 points in the second half but the Wolverines continued to fight. Michigan found itself down nine with 3:23 left before…

… Jimmy King hit a running jumper to cut it to 63-56. The next time down the floor King hit one free throw but missed the next. The Wolverines got the offensive re- bound and the Boilermakers fouled Ray…

October 13, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 11) • Page Image 8

… shutout, 17-0. "We were playing way, way above our level," Caldwell said. Despite the loss to an older and much more experienced team, the Wolverines scored a victory simply by earning the right to play…

… Rochester. "All of the women from Michigan who went to the tourna- ment qualified for the select team," Caldwell said. The eight-woman contingent of Wolverines was the largest of any midwestern team and…

April 13, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 113) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - April 13, 1992 - Page 5 'M' women netters top Iowa Wolverines edge out Hawkeyes with doubles comeback by Sharon Lundy Daily Sports Writer Extending its winning…

… Westside Racquet Club in Cedar Rapids after the first set of doubles play. The Wolverines split the singles matches with the Hawkeyes. At the No. 1 position, Michigan's Kalei Beamon lost to Iowa's Laura…

… Dvorak, 6-4, 6-3. Wolverine Kim Pratt defeated Lori Hash at No. 2 singles, 6-3, 6-1. At third singles, Michigan's Jaimie Fielding had a three-set victory over Andrea Calvert, 7-6(1), 3-6, 6-4. No. 4…

…-captain Amy Malik. Wolverine Liz Cyganiak defeated Iowa's Miyuki Moore, 6-2, 6-4, at No. 6, to even the match score. The Michigan doubles team of Pratt and Fielding won at No. I , de- feating Catherine Wilson…

… the team that took the last team spot from the Wolverines, the Stanford Cardinal. "Both Beth and Kelly have excellent chances to get into the event finals," Fry said. "Being with Utah will be a great…

March 13, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 89) • Page Image 12

…, leading the Wolverines with two goals and one assist in Friday night's 6-4 win. The two goals were his first ever in a CCHA playoff game. He added another assist in Satur- day's 3-2 victory. NOTABLE…

… matters most has the Wolverines riding high heading into Joe Louis Arena for the CCHA Semifinals next weekend. Early in the third period of Saturday night's game, Michigan found itself locked in a 2-2 tie…

January 13, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 52) • Page Image 17

…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - January 13, 1997 - 78 4LLINI, Continued from Page 1B half. But a 3-pointer from Lemire and two free throws from Catherine DiGiacinto gave the Wolverines a 42…

… recovered d went ahead for good, 67-65, on a b iucket by Stacey Thomas at 10:14, and the Wolverines eventually pushed their lead back to nine. The Illini were able to make the game close with the help of…

December 13, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 65) • Page Image 9

… watch the Wolverines and Spartans - the teams that set the precedent for outdoor hockey games when they skated to a 3-3 tie in the Cold War back on Oct. 6, 2001 at Spartan Stadium - hock- ey fans from…

… answered that Hogan would get the nod for the 12th-ranked Wolverines. "Hunwick's not out of the loop (for the starting job later this sea- son), he's just not going to start this game," Berenson said on…

… Santa Barbara, Calif. meant the end of his career as a Wolverine. But for his partner-in-crime, freshman Soony Saad, the defeat marked the beginning of a new era for the program. "Michigan is on the map…

… now," Meram said. "We set the tone this year. Now, teams will start to have respect for us and not take us so lightly." The pair - which accounted for 36 of the Wolverines' 53 goals this season…

May 13, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 5) • Page Image 10

… the Michigan women's team got its first taste of the phenom as they visited Nor- thwestern for a pair of doubleheaders. Although unable to overcome Ishikawa, the Wolverines con- tinued to play sound…

… softball by splitting both twin- bills with the Wildcats. IN FRIDAY'S first game, Ishikawa fanned 11 of the first 13 Wolverine batters and 16 for the game as Northwestern clinched the conference title with…

… a 2-1 victory. Vicki Morrow pitched well for Michigan, fanning seven Wildcats. The Wolverines came back in the second game behind freshman Julie Clark's four-hit shutout to triumph, 3-0. Clark…

…, 9-2. Seegert recorded Michigan's lone highlight by hitting a 200-foot homer to lead off the contest. BUT ONCE again the Wolverines came back as yet another freshman, Mari Foster, increased her record…

… to 8-2. Seegert's fourth home run of the campaign sparked the 5-4 victory. Seegert's fourth homer gave her another Wolverine season record. Last week, she set new records fqr most doubles and RBI's ina…

… single season. Michigan coach Bob DeCarolis, who is stepping down after four years at the helm, was pleased to end the season on a winning note. The Wolverines finished the '84 season 32-24, 12-12 in Big…

… in the Olympic trials as well. Sue Schroeder-made national time as well in the 1500 meters. Other firsts for the Wolverines came from Martha Gray in the 800 meters and by the 4x400-meter relay team…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 16

…Sports Page 16 Wednesday, May 13, 1981 The Michigan Daily Blue nine split inale with WSU 4 4 By MARTHA CRALL The games actually didn't mean much in Michigan's overall season. The Wolverines had…

… Tarters yester- day at Fisher Stadium - a victory in the opener, 5-3, and a defeat in the nightcap by the same score. A FIVE-RUN sixth inning won the first game for the Wolverines. Batting leader Jim…

… which put Wayne State into a one-run lead. Paciorek broke two Wolverine single- season records with 181 at-bats breaking the record of 180 and 66 hits, surpassing the old record of 65. The Wolverines

Wolverines doubleheader yesterday against Wayne State at Fisher Stadium. A Michigan baserunner (left) slides safely back to first base. The Wolverines won the first game 5-3, before dropping the nightcap by…

November 13, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 33) • Page Image 12

Wolverines lost to No. 11 Wisconsin in a close 1-0 match. Though his efforts went in vain, Kuiper considers the game one of his most memorable. Kuiper also has fond memories of an indoor game with Indiana two…

… years ago. The Wolverines strug- gled to a 2-2 deadlock against the Hoosiers, who had won the NCAA Division I championship the previ- ous fall. A fifth-year senior, Kuiper graduates in December with a…

Wolverine coaches in five years. SEA R!Al®3 presents TH Wolverines fought back from 7-1 and 9-2 deficits, respectively, only to allow the Lady Lions to take each game. Against Illinois, a 9-2 deficit in…

… the second game led to a dramatic Michigan comeback for the game, giving the Wolverines the momen- tum and, eventually, the match. "We never got on an emotionaP' high the whole game," outside hit- ter…

… JoAnna Collias said of the Penn State match. However, make no mistake. This year has clearly been a great turn- around for the volleyball program. The Wolverines have 16 victories overall and seven Big…

… refocus. "We kill for it?" must once again become "We kill for it!" Only then can the Wolverines' sea- son go out like it came in - in a blaze of glory. E ring Your pkks tp 420 Mfayard by ?±.prm. ridykro…

February 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 115) • Page Image 11

… :find itself involved in a tight conference race; the Wolverine women cagers are alsso involved in a closely-bunched Big Ten field. Unlike Bill Frieder's outfit, however, the women find themselves looking…

Wolverines, vw3ich the Bulldogs are hosting. pULUTH HAS been in a slump of te, losing five of its last six WCHA ontests. The Wolverines, on the other 1hnd, have won three in a row, in- Ten Championship at…

… Northwestern's McGaw Memorial Hall. The Wolverines (7-13 overall, 1-4 in the Big Ten) face the Purdue Boiler- makers (7-13, 1-4) today in their opening round match. The winner of this game takes on the two…

… players a big boost, knowing they don't have to face the top seed (Minnesota) if they win their opening round match." The Wolverines will once again start with a line-up of forwards Diane Dietz (19.9 ppg…

… climb forwards, Laura Newcomb and Sue Bartz. Should the Wolverines be successful against Purdue today they will come right back and battle the Wildcats tonight. But Soluk was not overly concerned about…

… Wildcats, who are currently second in the conference. In the previous matchup between the two teams, the Wildcats routed a cold- shooting Wolverine attack, 66-46. "Northwestern's goal is to win another Big…

… deficiencies. Michigan's offense has come to life in the last two weeks, as well. The Wolverines have scored 31 goals in the last four games, including 12 against the Irish last Friday night, the biggest one…

… of Hen- drickson will be tested on the ice tonight and tomorrow in a series that could move the Wolverines from sixth place into a tie for fourth in the conference and assure them a playoff berth…

September 13, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 159) • Page Image 19

… ago, as a freshman, Olin contributed to a Michigan win at the Lady Northern Invitational. The win catapulted the Wolverines to a successful season that saw them advance to the NCAA Championships - where…

… State. The strong performance included four Wolverines who placed in the top-I1 individually, led by Olin (second), sophomore Ali Stinson (fifth), sopho- more Brianna Broderick (eighth) and freshman…

February 13, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 76) • Page Image 11

… team dropped its first home dual meet, 7-2, to 12th-ranked Tennessee last night. The loss was not the result of any lack of effort on the Wolverines' part, though. "I thought for the most part we played…

… the third set, however, and Dill went away with a 6-2 victory. In doubles play it was more of the same for .te Wolverines. All three Michigan doubles teams got out to early leads, but only one came away…

February 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 75) • Page Image 16

… outstand- ing tournament performances, the Wolverines have faltered in its last two meets. Last week, Michigan faced Illi- nois and Ohio State at home. This weekend, they traveled to Minnesota for its first…

… away meet. The No. 7 Wolverines' meet against the No. 6 Golden Gophers featured tight competition through- out, although Minnesota was able to take advantage of its strong perfor- mances and some…

Wolverine has scored a 10. Marshall reached perfection Jan..--"- 29 in the vault versus Iowa and Kabnick did the same Feb. 5 at the State of Michigan Classic. The Buckeyes did not pose much of a threat to the…

November 13, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 34) • Page Image 9

Wolverines have a chance to make up ground tonight against Minn- esota, which is third in the Big Ten. "Illinois and Penn State are so far ahead of everybody right now that they are going to be number one and…

… two," Wolverine coach Greg Gio- vanazzi said. "The rest of us (Ohio State, Purdue, Minnesota, and Michigan) are battling for that third spot and that third spot is huge. The team's goal is to make it to…

… the play- offs and do the job in the playoffs." Michigan will also keep its eye on the regional rankings. Although the Wolverines played tough last weekend, they saw themselves drop two places, to No…

… to the comforts of Minneapolis in an attempt to sweep the Wolverines. "Because we are ranked real close with them, it is going to be a good fight," junior middle blocker 'The team's goal is to make it…

Wolverines travel to Iowa City Saturday night in a match that pits Michigan against the pits of the Big Ten. But the Hawkeyes, strug- gling to hold on to eighth place in the conference, can be a feisty team…

…, as Michigan is fully aware. The Wolverines spotted Iowa a two sets- to-one advantage in a home match earlier this year before staging a comeback to win a five-set marathon. by Chad A. Safran Daily…

… Hockey Writer One year ago, Michigan faced a Miami (Ohio) squad with a 5-1 record and a top-10 ranking. The Wolverines brought the brooms out for that series, winning 9-1 and 7-4. Michigan (3-2-1 in the…

… (.364). The Wolverines, on the other hand, have only put the puck in the net 8 times out of 39 op- portunities (.205). Gwozdecky attributes his team's success to its experience. "We have got pretty much…

…." Thisweekend should provide the Wolverines the opportunity to revive their stagnant power-play. Miami's penalty killing ranks 10th in the league, allowing 8 goals in 27 oppor- tunities. In addition to the…

Wolverine lineup will not be com- pletely intact. Defenseman Aaron Ward is out until Thanksgiving while recovering from knee surgery and forward Mike Knuble will sit out Friday's game; the result of be- ing…

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