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October 14, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 12) • Page Image 10

…10- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 14, 1997 1M iers grew up against Gophers Y i V By Chris Farah Daily Sports Writer The Wolverines had heard it all before. From the media, from the fans and…

… it had relied for four years? The Wolverines were young; they werel inexperienced; they didn't know the system yet, and it would ~ probably take time for them to develop a win-! ning chemistry. How…

March 14, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 122) • Page Image 9

…Tuesday, March 'l 4, 197 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine IT uesday, March 14, 1 972. THE MICHIGAN DAILY I Wolverines end disappointing year -Daily-Mort Noveck MICHIGAN'S HENRY WILMORE goes up…

… break, the Wolverine Cagers managed to really blow it, losing two of their three vacation contests. The two losses smashed any chance for a conference title or a post-season tournament bid. By far, the…

… most damaging de- feat was against Michigan State. The Wolverines were hovering be- hind Ohio State and Minnesota by a half games in the Big Ten Race, but couldn't come up with quite enough against the…

Wolverines took several six yr Sioux:H atingseniors, tried to explain Michigan's pathetic state in for- eign arenas. "We always seem to get behind early, and it's almost that we ex- pect to lose." Straub…

… assessed. THE ANN ARBOR LEFT- winger hit it right on the nose as the Wolverines fell behind 5-0 ; after only one period of the ser- ies at Grand Forks. It was very loose defensive play by the Wol- verines…

… with Bob Falconer scoring on a clean breakaway. In the seven minute man ad- vantage, the Wolverines could on- ly muster four shots on goal. But it must be admitted that Michi- gan was not at full…

… changed hands several times in the second half and the Wolverines held an 86-81 lead with about five minutes to go. But State outscored the Wolverines 14- 6 the rest of the way for the win. Michigan center…

… Ken Brady was taken out of the game with about eight minutes left, and he never returned. Brady was having one of his best afternoons of the sea- son, and Wolverine coach Johnny Orr's decision to keep…

Wolverines ran out to an early 11-2 lead and kept a comfortable margin through the entire first half, despite a few lapses of sloppy play. Big Ten Standings FINAL Michigan really ran the Badgers off the…

January 14, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 59) • Page Image 8

…, there is only one option for Michigan's track teams. Hold a track meet inside. The Wolverines will host Indiana, Michigan State and Kansas this Saturday at noon in the. Indoor Track Building. The meet…

… will be the sec- ond for both teams in the indoor season. The women's team got off to a positive start by winning its first meet of the year at the Wolverine Invitational. Although the meet was a non…

… Michigan junior Jay Cantin took first in the 800. Cantin, an All-American, will look to lead the young squad of Wolverines this weekend. FILE PHOTO The Michigan men's tennis team will rely on the experience…

… of players like senior lake Raiton as well as its talented freshman crop In the Big Ten singles championship. The meet will be the Wolverines' first opportunity to see how they stack up against Big Ten…

… it hosts Purdue tomorrow and travels to No. 2 Georgia on Saturday. The Wolverines will face the oppo- nents with a lineup that has been rid- dled with injuries in the past few months. The Wolverines

… created by these injuries makes it difficult for the team to compete in dual meets. But the Wolverines are trying not to worry about their win/loss record in dua meets. Instead, the team is preparing for…

… being able to hold meets and practices in their own pool makes scheduling difficult for the Wolverines, they have tried not to let it bother them. "There is no point in getting frustrat- ed and upset…

…, because it doesn't help things," Richardson said. Richardson said the back-to-back nature of the meet poses a problem fo. Michigan this weekend because of its thin lineup. The Wolverines have to choose…

… Saturday. Georgia is also the strongest oppo- nent the Wolverines have faced this season. Last weekend, Georgia defeat ed No. 1 Stanford soundly, most likely ascending to the No. 1 ranking when the new poll…

… Illinois-Chicago. The meet will be run in Olympic order, with each team receiving one bye round to rest and pre- pare for the next event. The Wolverines' order of competition will be: high bar, bye round…

May 14, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 2) • Page Image 16

… thing on its mind - revenge. By defeating Iowa twice to win the Big Ten tourna- ment; the Wolverines (52- 13-1) avenged their worst Campinship weekend of their season. On April 5 and 6 in Iowa, the…

…- plishment for our team." By winning the Big Ten title for the third consecutive year, the Wolverines earned an automatic bid to the NCAA softball tournament. Michigan will host an NCAA regional this weekend…

November 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 32) • Page Image 16

… at 7 p.m. and No. 11 Ohio State on Saturday at 5 p.m. Saturday's match will start early to allow~for a live broadcast on ESPN2. It wibe the first time the Wolverines haveppeared on national television…

… for tomorrow is questionable. Senior Erin McGovern will replace Mendoza if she is unable to play. Whoever does the setting, the Wolverines will need strong play from their attackers. Senior Kristen…

February 14, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 68) • Page Image 8

… Center, except this time, the Wolverines made By MAX COHEN sure their opponent noticed Daily Sports Editor them. "We were kind of in a dan Hooper drained a similar situation in their place, ter from way…

…, fighting really hard and never gave up," Goree said. The Wolverines didn't hit a field goal in the final 4:51 of the game, but drives to the rim sent them to the free throw line three times in the final 2…

December 14, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 52) • Page Image 13

… home the tournament trophy since the final year of its improbable streak. It's been seven fruitless years, but Wolverines coach Red Berenson hopes to turn things around when No. 3 Michigan (11-1-0 CCHA…

…, 13-4-1 overall) faces Michigan Tech (1-13-0 WCHA, 1-14-1 overall) on Dec. 29. The following day, the Wolverines will play either Michigan State or No. 6 New Hampshire. Michigan tied New Hampshire, 4…

March 14, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 90) • Page Image 11

…'S BLOWOUT CITY, BABY! Even though the Wolverines defeated Alaska-Fairbanks by those scores last weekend in the first round of the CCHA playoffs, chances are good that Michigan w be involved in much tighter…

… games for the remainder of the postseason - ,'vever far the Wolverines advance. Michigan's first tough test in the play- bffs could come against Bowling Green in this evening's CCHA semifinal at Joe Louis…

March 14, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 82) • Page Image 8

… ever. The Wolverines have the chance for ie No. 14 Michigan hockey redemption against Minnesota, might be finishing its the chance to reinforce their [ar season, but a series dominance at home and the…

… ist No. 1 Minnesota is the last chance to prove a postseason run ce to getstarted. is still possible. ith a second-place finish in A month ago, the Wolverines :onference and a bye in the were given a…

February 14, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 80) • Page Image 18

… another day. After a week of excitement and hig expectations heading into Friday meet with No. 2 Georgia, the scrip seemed set for a decisive Michiga victory. Unfortunately for th Wolverines, things do not…

… always go a planned. Michigan fell to the Gym Dog 196.725-195.7, suffering its first los since its third-place finish in the sea son-opening Super Six Challenge. Th defeat postponed the Wolverines hopes of…

October 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 11) • Page Image 11

… only did Lake Superior have a physical edge at the time of the goal, it had two more men on the ice than Michigan. The Wolverines, on the other hand, got'he equal- izer four minutes later at 13:13, when…

… the Wolverines ahead, 2-1, at the 13:35 mark of the first period with a power-play goal. The score came just 22 se/- 9nds after Jason Botterill put the Wolverines on the scoreboard. Michigan scored…

January 14, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 59) • Page Image 12

… have brought the Wolver- ines respect. But this squad wants more than respect. Tomorrow, the Wolverines travel to Chicago to test themselves at the Windy City Invitational. The test, Michigan coach Bob…

… Darden said, is for the team to prove to itself that it can maintain the consis- tency needed to compete intheBigTen. The Wolverines missed 10outoftheir 36 routines against Minnesota, and al- though Darden…

March 14, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 113) • Page Image 8

… 8 - Friday, March 14, 2008 4 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom 4 WATER POLO Wolverines on a roll heading into crucial early matchup Michigan could extend winning streak against rival…

… Sunday, in a picture-perfect old- school matchup, the 12th-ranked Wolverines will get the chance to prove they're exactly that. Michigan is riding an 11- Indiana at game winning streak into this weekend…

…-digit scores, so it's clear that the Wolverine defense is clicking at just the right time. "Anyone can play offense," Anderson said. "It's playing hard-nosed defense that wins the game." But the offense has also…

… been nothing short of spectacular. The Wolverines scored 96 goals in just five games last weekend at the CWPA League Games in Erie, Pa. Michigan's real challenge will be to catch the Hoosiers off guard…

…. Indiana has already seen the Wolverines play at both the Michigan Kick-Off and the Elite Six Tournament this season. "It's all about ball control this weekend," Anderson said. "They know what's coming, so…

…-record No. 14 ranking. "I'm at Michigan, and they are Indiana," Anderson said. "That's all that matters tome now in this rivalry." For the Wolverines, anything less than an undefeated record in the East would…

… Michigan men's basket- ball team has talent. The Wolverines may not be the most talented team in the conference, but they have much more skill than they've gotten credit for. Numerous ill-advised shots and a…

January 14, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 56) • Page Image 9

… Friday night, the situation could have been a lot worse for the Wolverines. With Trish Andrew sitting out much of the first half due to foul trouble and Michelle Hall still sidelined with a broken foot…

…, Michigan was forced to play a lineup without a player who stood more than two yards above the floor. Even so, the Wolverines were still within striking distance of one of the tallest teams in the Big Ten due…

October 14, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 11) • Page Image 13

… most of its first home-pool advantage in 12 years by winning the Wolverine Invitational in convincing fashion. No game was affected more by the partisan Michigan crowd of nearly 300 than Friday's 14…

… playing on the road." The Wolverines continued their romp with victories of 16-3 over Indiana, 8-7 over Northwestern, and 12-6 over Purdue Saturday. The Northwestern match, Michigan's closest of the tourna…

…- ment, provided the Wolverines with a chance to avenge their one- point loss to the Wildcats in last weekend's tournament in Madison. Michigan did not squander the op- portunity, despite narrowly avoid…

… relatively large, as far aswater polo venues are con- cerned, and the Wolverines com- bined this with superb condition- ing to wear down their opponents throughout the tournament. The Wolverines were led in…

… The Michigan women's golf team has been battling consistency problems all year. This weekend, Michigan played very consistently. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, though they played consistently…

… mediocre. The Wolverines 980 (329-327- 324) earned them a distant third among 10 teams behind Longwood's 963 (312-322-329) and champion Penn State's 930 (309-302-319) in the Lady Lion Fall Invitational. "I…

… think we will finish way up on top somewhere," Wolverine coach Sue LeClair said going into the tournament, "at least in the top three." While the Wolverines did indeed finish in the top three, they did…

… not come close to posting the team scores they have come to expect from themselves. Kristin Beilstein's 238 (83-78- 77) paced the Wolverines as she fin- ished eighth in the individual stand- ings…

… them the thirteenth and twenty-eighth positions, respec- tively. The Wolverines' leaders at the season's start, Erica Zonder (85-87- 82) and Wendy Bigler (85-83-86), both also shot 254, their worst…

… place, the Wolverines came back with a 316 and a 325 to drop to fourth and then finish in ninth place. Michigan vowed it wouldn't happen again and went to the Lady Northern and claimed sixth place among…

February 14, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 80) • Page Image 11

… Michigan netminder had allowed in two days. Reynaert was furious and probably rightly so - after all, the Wolverines obliterated his Broncos 7-2 on Friday and 9-3 on Saturday. By doing so, in many ways…

… come at any better time for the Wolverines. With only five games left in the regular season, the race for the CCHA crown will come down to the wire. Currently, with a 17-5-1 CCHA record, Michigan is in…

October 14, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 12) • Page Image 8

… is fine-tuning its play in preparation for the Big Ten season. This week finds two of the Wolverines playing against some of the nation's top players at the Volvo All-American Tournament in Austin…

… draw of the tournament. Three other Wolverines, however, played in the qualifying rounds last weekend. Grady Burnett will continue to play this week, having won all four of his qualifying matches over…

… WEINSTEIN FOR THE DAILY "I expect improvement," said women's softball coach Carol Hutchins. "I expect this team to work hard and then see where it gets , us." For a Wolverine squad returning three All-Big Ten…

…-week fall sea- son, the Wolverines will take part in two tournaments. The first of these four-team round-robin exhibition tour- naments will be held this weekend at Alumni Field. The Wolverines will battle…

… team possesses only one senior - All-Big Ten shortstop Mary Campana--the Wolverines will be returning their entire infield from a year ago. This includes third baseman Tracy Carr, last year's Big Ten…

… of its class. Last weekend, the team went to Columbus, in what turned out to be a very successful tournament. Even though the Wolverines lost their first game to Ohio State 13-12, the disap…

…- pointmentvanishedafterbeatingMichi- gan State, 17-11, and Indiana, 17-9. The Spartan contest was important for the Wolverines because the victory qualified them for the Collegiate Club National Championship. The champi- onships…

… foes Northwestern, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin, as well asNotre Dame and EasternMichi- gan. Wolverine Michael Roeder said he is looking forward to this weekend to see if the team can turn…

January 14, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 53) • Page Image 9

…-ranked Wolverines, the pressure too high. They commit- ted eight turnovers in the first10 minutes of action. Their offense was stagnant, and their defense was soft. And so with less than seven minutes remaining in…

…. A successful showing in Columbus would have made the Wolverines 17-0, their best start in program history. Beating Ohio State would have given Michigan coach John Beilein his best start to a season…

October 14, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 12) • Page Image 19

…Thursday. October 14, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 19A A STAR BETWEEN TJ'HE POSTS Stewart finally running her show BY DAVID Mossi * DAILY SPORTS WRITER s the clock ticked down and the Wolverines

… was a breakout year for the Wolverines. Michigan posted an 18-4-1 record, capturing the Big Ten regular season title. The Wolverines were now on the map in the soccer world and Stewart was a big part of…

September 14, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 123) • Page Image 15

… seen." That sweeping indictment by Carr basically summarized a game that was not nearly as close as the final score indicated. With the defeat, the Wolverines fell from both of the major polls for the…

…. The rest of the team is worth worrying about. The Wolverines have been embarrassed two s much worse weeks in a row by option offenses. But they haven't shown any improvement. They still talk about the…

May 14, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 2) • Page Image 14

Wolverines. "This is the first time we've had a crowd like this since I've been here," Michigan captain Kirk Beermann said. "It was great to have a band up there and everybody cheering." Winning past, future…

… meet in championship in ci m in th P M fc St c The band played an instrumental part SARA STILLMAN/Daly motivating the crowd and creating a Michigan pitcher Bryan Cranson and the rest of the Wolverines

September 14, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

… in Ann Arbor and South Bend to watch the Wolverines and Irish do battle in what has become one of the games' finest rivalries. This Saturday's game will not be the first time the top ranking in the…

… different. Daily Contributors John Niyo and David Chilingirian review these most recent chapters in the ongoing duel between the Wolverines and Irish. MICHIGAN VS. NOTRE DAME which sputtered throughout the…

… evening, managed just 45 yards rushing and did not convert a single third down the entire evening. Anthony Carter returned a punt 72 yards for the Wolverine's first score, and quarterback Steve Smith hit…

… touchdown. Michigan 24, Notre Dame 23 September 13, 1986 at South Bend Despite a Notre Dame offense which fired on all cylinders, the Wolverines won their season opener 24-23, spoiling the coaching debut of…

…, and Jim Harbaugh completed 15 of 23 passes for 239 yards to lead the Wolverines. Notre Dame 26, Michigan 7 September 12, 1987 at Ann Arbor Michigan fumbled away the 1987 contest between these two teams…

…, 26-7. Bo Schembechler lost his first home opener ever, courtesy of seven Wolverine turnovers. Ninth-ranked Notre Dame had no trouble capitalizing, scoring 23 of the 26, points directly following…

…-yard grab by 1988 Heisman Trophy winner, Tin Brown, then a junior. Notre Dame 19, Michigan 17 September 10, 1988 at So6th Bend Mike Gillette missed a 48 yard field goal as time expired and the Wolverines

…. Michigan 28, Notre Dame 14 September 23, 1978 at South Bend, Indiana In the first meeting between the Irish and the Blue since 1943, the *;Wolverines rallied from a 14-7 halftime deficit to whip Notre Dame…

… 28-14. After Michigan's Curtis Greer recovered a Vegas Ferguson fumble early in the third quarter, the Wolverines drove 71 yards and tied the score on a five yard pass from Rick Leach to Doug Marsh…

…, Michigan 10 September 15, 1979 at Ann Arbor, Michigan September 15, 1979, was a depressing day for Michigan fans. In a nationally televised game, Notre Dame pulled out a 12-10 win over the Wolverines in Ann…

March 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 128) • Page Image 9

… cooperation with the Ark, the Office of Ethics and Religion and the International Center. Special to the Daily HOUSTON- The Michigan baseball squad continued its winning ways yesterday as the Wolverines downed…

… 23rd-ranked Houston 5-3. Senior Greg Schulte started things off for the Wolverines in the first inning with a walk. Dave Stober sacrificed to advance Schulte and Michigan's next batter, sophomore Chris…

Wolverine pitcher Bill Shuta. The Wolverines put on a three-run rally in the fifth, however, to take back the lead from the Cougars. Stober beat out a two strike bunt to get on base for Michigan. Sabo…

… singled to put two men on for the Wolverines, and Paciorek walked to load the bases. Michigan's Jacobson hit a hard grounder to the Houston third baseman and Houston's catcher Jacobson dropped the throw to…

… the plate as Stober came in to score for the Wolverines. Stober accidentally kicked the ball to the backstop after crossing the plate, allowing Sabo to come home with Michigan's fourth run. The…

Wolverines added one more in the fifth on a Charles Froning single. Michigan will meet Houston again today at 4:30. R H E MICHIGAN.................110 030 0 - 5 9 0 HOUSTON..............010 200 0 - 3 5 1 Shuta…

… performance ever in national competition at yesterday's AIAW national track meet, as two Wolverines qualified for All-American status in the final indoor meet of the season. The thinclads, who have exhibited…

…. Also making the All- American team was junior Sue Frederick who placed sixth in the 1,000- yard run with a time of 2:30.7. Melanie Weaver, recovered from a leg injury which hampered her in the Wolverine

December 14, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 66) • Page Image 11

… that the onal Final match against team's effort was a non-issue aii on Saturday. against the 12th-seeded Rain- se previous night against bow Wahine, and that every h-seeded Stanford, the Wolverine knew…

…-2) registered five head. ... I was proud of our service aces to the Wolverines' for going into that environ- zero. Michigan tallied six ser- , coming out and then being vice errors, as well. essful." "Even at the…

… highest level, the it the Wolverines couldn't serving and passing is where the cate that performance the game is often going to be won wing night, as the team or lost," Rosen said. "(Hawaii) ped a three…

…-set match in won the serve-and-pass battle Elite Eight to end the sea- tonight." It was Michigan's longest See ELITE EIGHT,.Page 3B respect in1'09 Led by two stars, Wolverines come back after trailing 36…

… and added 12 rebounds Together, Sims and Harris have accounted for over 53 per- cent of the Wolverines' offensive output this season. But it wasn't until the second half that Sims and Harris started to…

… percent in the first half and nearly 70 percent in the paint. But in the second half, the Wolverines held Detroit to just 34.5 percent shooting and forced 11 missed shots within eight feet. Michigan's swarm…

… been talk- ing about defense but we needed to amp it up." It wasn't until about the 12-minute mark of the second half that the Wolverines finally pulled away. The effort was charged by Harris, who led…

… the Wolverines during a 10-2 run with four points, including a dunk that energized the lacklus- ter crowd and sealed the win for the Wolverines. During the first half, it seemed like Harris was the only…

… perennial powerhouse and three-time NCAA Tournament MARK Champion. AK It's safe to say BURNS most thought the Cornhuskers On volleyball would beat the Wolverines. After the first set went Michigan's way, some…

…. The team won 11 of its next 12 matches before starting Big Ten play, eventually finishing tied for fourth in the conference. The Wolverines won 27 matches this season - their best since 1981. They went…

April 14, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 111) • Page Image 15

…TRACK- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - April 14, 1997 -- 7B 'M' track answers questions Wolverines redeem themselves in Raleigh after time off- By Chris Farah Daily Sports Writer The Michigan…

… women's track team went into this weekend's Duke Invitational in Raleigh, N.C., with more questions than answers. The primary question being: Would the Wolverines allow their subpar per- formance two…

… of a two-week break after the Raleigh Relays disap- pointment - a meet in which sopho- more high jumper Nicole Forrester was the only Wolverine to place first in an event - Michigan competed with a…

… vengeance at the Duke meet. The Wolverines tallied two first-place and six second-place finishes. Michigan also provisionally qualified three ath- letes for the NCAA championships. Junior Tania Longe was one…

… of the Wolverines who garnered first place, taking the top spot in the 100-meter hur- dles with a time of 13.97. The victory was even more redeeming for Longe, considering that she fell in the hurdle…

… a lot more aggressively." The list of accomplishments becomes all the more impressive when one con- siders the various factors the Wolverines had to contend with such as the level of competition and…

… the weather. Michigan had to contend with several other major Division I programs, including North Carolina, Georgetown, Syracuse and South Carolina. What's more, the Wolverines also had to deal with…

…. The 13th-ranked Wolverines com- peted in the Arkansas Invitational, hosted by the top-ranked Razorbacks. The 10-team field, although the smallest the Wolverines have faced his season, proved competitive…

…. Part of the reason the field was so small was because No. 23 Baylor backed out due to the bitter cold weather in Fayetteville. The Wolverines felt right at home in the cold, totalling five victories…

…. The victory was Sullivan's first since returning from heel surgery. The injury cost him the 1996 cross-country season and the '97 indoor season. Senior Neil Gardner lead the charge for the Wolverines

October 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 11) • Page Image 12

… eligible for several assists. Only one goal in Michigan's 4-2 victory over Lake Superior was scored at even strength. The most telling image of the game came early in the second period, when seven Wolverines

…) penalty for doing that." Luhning didn't just grab the guy. He got the Laker in a headlock from behind and yanked him off Peach's back. Peach - playing in his first big game as a Wolverine - was pleasantly…

… second period, for a total of 26 in the stanza. Thirteen different Wolverines earned penalties on the night, and the penalty virus found an unlikely host at the end of the game. All four of Michigan…

… in the box for eight minutes of the final peri- od, the Wolverines came out on top in a grinder of a game. Before Matt Herr scored the short- handed goal that put the game away for the Wolverines, he…

… had to pay the price physically. "Those things happen," Herr said If two is company and three is a crowd, what's seven? That's how many Wolverines were in the penalty box Saturday night. about a…

… Michigan Intercollegiate in Dowagiac by an upstart Eastern Michigan squad, 41- 45. "Wake-up call," was how senior cap- tain Jen Barber described the experience - the Wolverines' first loss of the sea- son…

…. The loss came at an invitational the Wolverines have won ever since it began in 1987. "Overall, we had a couple of good races - no one (on our team) had an awful race by any means," Barber said…

…. Michigan's runners did finish strong- ly, despite the four-point loss. Freshman Elizabeth Kampfe placed sixth overall for the Wolverines, while sophomore Katie McGregor came in ninth. Freshmen Marcy Akard…

… and Allison Noe were not far behind with ninth- and 11 th- place finishes, respectively. Barber placed 12th overall. The Wolverines' best efforts were not enough to beat the Eagles, however, whose top…

…'s hard when you're not expecting (to lose)." Softball The Michigan softball team hosted Eastern Michigan, Wayne State and Toledo in the Wolverine Classic at Alumni Field this weekend. Michigan was not a…

October 14, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 12) • Page Image 14

… contender in the 2L -Irac l ' R r ! - 4r_ 1n . A spark. The Michigan women's volley- ball team needs one so badly, it may start scraping steel and flint together. The Wolverines are down, fol- lowing a…

… against the Irish. The first game was close, but the Fighting Irish's experience and steadi- nrss helped them to a 15-8 victory. Passing errors hurt the Wolverines in thee second game as Notre Dame romped…

January 14, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 73) • Page Image 8

… home, the Wolverines have posted a solid 6-1 record. Even at the beginning of the year, Michigan's problem on the road was foreshad- owed. Seniors Carl Jessica Minnfield re team at Big Ten M both…

… acknowledged their team would li the 3-point shot this And by those s Wolverines certainly the road. Michigan has bee much on the outside of driving to the bas the ball into the post The solution to M woes will…

… offense player has the oppo the ball and score in: If the Wolverine at's causing 's road woes? 4 PROGRESS REPORT iay decide the tently attack the paint away from season, but no home, they will see the…

… at Wisconsin. win over Illi- The Wolverines came out deter- she said she mined to gain the momentum e that hustle and crawled their way back into verines travel the game. They fell short, losing rena…

… ignoreof free throws dur- ing that stretch. We kept getting to wants to win the rim ... and we'd make it." on the road. Dribblepenetra- 'tion and pushing the ball into the paint propelled the Wolverines

… by to success on the road, but who season. is going to lead the Wolverines tandards, the there? yhave died on Minnfie d is Michigan's stron- gest hail handler and the team's en relying too floor…

… general, and she has also e shot instead posted up in the paint at times. ket or getting For the Wolverines to succeed on t. the road, she needs to continue to ichigan's road incorporate the main post…

Wolverines may have found so that every the answer on the road Sunday in rtunity to get Madison. But if they don't con- side. tinue to build on it, just knowing s can consis- what to do won't mean much. I…

Wolverines' most glaring weakness. They are 10th in the Big Ten in rebounding defense, eighth in field-goal per- centage defense and ninth in scor- ing defense. If Michigan plans on making a run in March, it…

…'ll have to shore up some of its shortcom- ings to stay competitive in the hard-nosed Big Ten. But there is a bright spot. When the aggressive 1-3-1 zone 'D' is in top form, the Wolverines can force tons of…

May 14, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 140) • Page Image 15

… Blissfield filtered native came back to the dugout, into the Wolverines' locker room coughing up blood and was taken to many times this season. The tough the University Hospital. Michigan weekend included…

… series in its last 13 tries, string of bruised-and-battered Wol- a streak dating back to April 2,2006. verines. Roblin, who sustained and The Wolverines entered the forearm injury against Michigan weekend…

February 14, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 75) • Page Image 15

Wolverines but puts a positive spin on the situation. "We do deserve (to be playing at Nationals)," Eisner said. "But now we Oave a chance to pull back, let people relax, and then start it back up and start…

… that whole building effect again. We want to go to the next level." Michigan will use the time off to heal injuries and prepare for its match in Texas, March 5. The Wolverines then face more ranked…

October 14, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 12) • Page Image 15

… the road can quickly be remedied by a trip back to familiar turf. However, for the Michi- 'an women's cross country team, its eet in Ann Arbor tomorrow is even more special. It's the Wolverines' only…

… home meet of the season. Not only will the Wolverine In- terregional be No. 8 Michigan's only chance to run with the support of the local crowd, but coach Mike McGuire called the meet "the most important…

… compete. However, the Wolverines will be without All-Americajunior Courtney Babcock, who is still nursing a knee injury. Filling in for Babcock will be freshman Deanna Arnill who, in her first two college…

… not the Wolverines' only worry. Besides Stanford, Michigan will be up against four other nationally-ranked teams. "This is the biggest event that we've run so far," McGuire said. "It has national…

… ramifications." McGuire stressed the importance of tomorrow's meet in paving the way to the NCAA Championships in November. Since so many top-ranked teams from around the region will be competing, the Wolverines

…' perfor- mance could be crucial in determin- ing whether or not they will qualify for the NCAAs. Fortunately for Michigan, history is on its side. The Wolverines have won this meet the last two years and…

… their only loss this year came on a course on which they hadn't run be- fore. However, McGuire doesn't con- sider the Wolverines' familiarity with the course to be a huge advantage. "It's a very demanding…

… the race because the runners will be forced to run over the most grueling hill of the course twice. However, after jumping barriers in Montana and fighting the altitude in Colorado, the Wolverines feel…

… to Pennsylvania this weekend, facing St. Francis (Pa.) to- day and Penn State on Sunday. But the Wolverines will be playing for more than wins and losses. They will be playing for pride. Michigan (1…

… and try to take them out of the game early." While trying to neutralize the Lion offense, the Wolverines will be work- ing on scoring their own goals. Michigan's forwards spent Wednesday's practice…

June 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 16) • Page Image 12

…SPORTS Page 12 Tuesday, June 14, 1983 The Michigan Daily NATIONAL CHAMPION TEXAS ELIMINATES WOLVERINES 'M' batsmen finish third in Series KERSEWORDS BY JOHN KERR Ak-Sar-Ben? .. . They sure spell…

… of the series one fat reporter (about 350 pounds) from Tulsa kept griping that the Wolverines played inferior competition in their regional. He added that if Michigan had played in a region with Texas…

… Middaugh impressed nearly everyone with his professionalism and class. The Wolverine coach never once saida bad word about anything, at times bending over backward to be helpful. Michigan is lucky to have…

… Michigan baseball history came to a close late Friday night when the Wolverines fell to eventual national champion Texas, 4-2, in College World Series action at Omaha's Rosenblatt Stadium. Texas defeated…

…' third starting pitcher. "I THOUGHT he threw a very strong ball game," the fourth-year Wolverine coach said. "He was very competitive. He was an outstanding pit- cher until they got the lead. When they…

… got the lead he became a great pitcher." Texas also scored all of its runs in the fifth in- ning, but unfortunately for the Wolverines they came on a grand slam homer of starting pitcher Scott…

April 14, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 111) • Page Image 13

… now in first place in the Big Ten. Still, this is no time to rejoice. At this point of the season last year, the Wolverines were threatening to take first place at 9-3 in the conference. And last season…

…," Michigan coach Geoff Zahn said. "This team has been around a little bit." Although Michigan did finish with its best conference mark since 1989, the Wolverines had a shot to win the conference. So what…

April 14, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 111) • Page Image 14

… nDaiy Sports Writer The Michigan women's tennis team ."played its first match in the new Varsity .,Tnnis Center on Feb. 15, against Western Michigan. The Wolverines won that match, 9-0, and ohave…

… point each. -The other four opponents have been shut This weekend's sweep of the Golden *: phers and the Hawkeyes lifted the f -Wolverines' record at home to 6-0 with ;only one more home match remaining…

February 14, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 75) • Page Image 14

…. Cotsonika Doy Sports Editor 'Few things upset Michigan hockey cech Red Berenson more than missed opportunities. ,fter the Wolverines tied Ohio State, 2T2, Feb. 3, a frus- trated Berenson at- tributed the tie…

… we have to do." Last weekend at Notre Dame, it seemed the Wolverines were having thetsame problem they had against the Bukeyes. Though the game was closely chepked and Michigan only had25 shots on goal…

February 14, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

… State 2 ichigan 2 no State 1 By STEPHEN J. NESBITT Daily Sports Editor Before facing Ohio State, Michi- an coach Red Berenson pieced ogether a line so potent it could've arried the Wolverines to the…

Wolverines (16-7-1-0 CCHA,19-9-4 overall) with two goals - the fifth and sixth of his sophomore cam- paign. "It feels really good (to score again), but I've got to give a lot of credit to Louie and Carl…

April 14, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 133) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com h Monday, April 14, 2008-- 3B Wolverines earns second place in West Regional 'M' stages weekend hit parade Score high enough to qualify team for NCAA…

… between the Big Ten Champi- onships and the NCAAs. "Nationals is Nationals and all that, but regionals is just the rite of passage to get to Nationals," Plocki said. The fifth-ranked Wolverines were led by…

May 14, 2001 (vol. 116, iss. 72) • Page Image 15

… for us this frustration of a 9-2 loss, Ohio State DailySposr regained his composure to shut out the year." fans behind the Michigan dugout heck. The Michigan women's golf team Wolverines over the last…

… two innings FOR THE RECORD: Scott Tousa led the Wolverines thronehout the :- eS s ded its season following a campaign Going into yesterday's game at Ohio unprecedented achievement Satur- State…

January 14, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 57) • Page Image 8

… Jrsey a: Cr ando Cit C H.ARLOT T E, Ino. DEE , 'nc. Ai tanta at PRO NEW YR o, HOCKEY Vanccuver at Cttaw a at PHILADELPHIA, nc. W~'AS SHNG1ON. ino Wednesday January 14, 1998 Wolverines get no respect…

… been noticing. The Wolverines are playing their best ball in recent memory. Led by a vastly improved defense and strong play from senior center Pollyanna Johns, Michigan has quietly put together an 11…

…. but that was the exception rather than the rule. Michigan has struggled from the charity stripe all season. The W\'olverines are shootiinjust 64.* percent from the line. A free throw here or there could…

Wolverines loss to Penn State. they blew t 13-point lead in the second half. In their victorv oxer No. 25 Purdue. ani 8-point lead midway through the second half became a five point lead With just more than…

…. 1I III inois. a Wisconsin and an Iowa. Then the respect comes." The one statistic that jumps out to the voters. the one that is keeping the Wolverines at the bot- tom of the "Others receiving votes…

…" section of the poll week in and' week out, is the most IARGARET MYERS Daly Despite an 11-5 record, Ann Lemire and the Wolverines are still unranked. Michigan has a 1-3 record against top 25 teams but lost…

… those three games by a combined five points. RELIVE MICHIGAN'S ROSE BOWL WIN AND NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Dolan best on Earth for second straight year* Savor the Wolverines' first national championship…

March 14, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 90) • Page Image 10

… Basketball Writer When Michigan got its bid to the NCAA Tournament, Wolverine fans breathed a sigh of relief. Not only was their squad headed to the 'big dance', Michigan vs. Western Kentucky Thursday, 10 p…

…. Georgetown 19-9 24 23. Missouri 19-8 17 24. Iowa St. 22-10 - 25. Syracuse 19-9 21 MARK FRIEDMAN/Daily The Wolverines will have their hands full with 26-3 Western Kentucky. Women split against Big Ten foes…

… weekend. The Wolverines rebounded, earning a split in two Big Ten matches in Columbus. Michigan shut out Ohio State by the score of 9-0 Friday. The Wolver- ines lost only one set in singles play and three…

…. 12 Indiana, the defending conference champion. The Hoosiers, who. handed the Wolverines their only two losses last year, continued to be a nemesis for them, as Indiana nipped its confer- ence rivals…

… close scores. "It was just a matter of a couple of points here and there that proved to be the difference," Michigan coach Bitsy Ritt said. Afterlosing four of six matches in singles play, the Wolverines

Wolverines face Vanderbilt and William & Mary in Williamsburg, Va. CCIA Playoffs at the Joe Olympia Arenas, Inc. and the Daily are holding a contest with prizes for the CCHA Playoffs March 18, and 19 at Joe…

…'s ten- nis team destroyed Minnesota by a score of 6-1 ending the Golden Go- phers' 40 match win streak in the Big Ten. The Wolverines played flawless tennis, winning every set in all of their singles…

… matches, with the excep- tion of first singles, en route to their stunning upset in Minneapolis. No. 20 Minnesota, the Big Ten Champions for the last three years, have given the Wolverines a lot of trouble…

… in the past. "I would say that it's an obstacle that we've been trying to get over for a long time," Adam Wager said. The Wolverines began the match by seizing two of three doubles matches and…

… capturing the doubles point. At first doubles, Michigan's John Constanzo and Peter Pusztai defeated Lars Hjarrand and Erik Donley, 8-5. The other doubles vic- tory came at third doubles. The Wolverine's David…

February 14, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 77) • Page Image 13

… spots in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. I This weekend, the Wolverines (14-6-3 CCHA, 20-6-3 overall) will host fifth- place Miami (9-11-4, 12-12-4). Michigan coach Red Berenson has been…

… whatever reason, and it makes the goalie look good. Shooting into a goalie's glove or body is not smart. We need to shoot for the corner and the openings instead of just shooting." Friday, the Wolverines

February 14, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 112) • Page Image 8

… at Yost Ice Arena to thrash the Miami (Ohio) Redskins, 7-3, and com- plete the weekend series sweep. The Wolverines scored the first four of their seven goals in one-man advan- .tage situations…

… a Kevin Beaton shot from the point to tie the game, 1-1. THE WOLVERINES snapped the deadlock less than five minutes later when sophomore right winger Jim Mc- Cauley slapped one home at the 8:53 mark…

… (7) and goalie Peter Mason scramble for the * puck during last night's 7-3 Wolverine win at Yost Ice Arena. Women gymnasts shine A SAVES Miami- Chevrier .........11 M-Mason ............... 3 1 3 T…

… 2 8 5 3 Tota - 22 - f5 By JESSE BARKIN Wolverine Kathy Beckwith won the 1982 women's Big Ten vault title and freshman Christy Schwartz was runner-up on the uneven parallel bars yesterday in the…

February 14, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

… Laurels in One, Two Mile Relays IKOLA STARS IN WOLVERINE NETS: Mullen, Chin Lead Maize and Blue Hockey Victory By AL EISENBERG Special to The Daily EAST LANSING - Michigan's tracksters could cop only two…

… by Wolverine coach Don Canham that Spartan mentor Karl Schlademan "went against his word" by not entering a strong team in the distance medley relay. Canham claimed that he and Schlademan had a…

… races possible rather than spread the. talent among the various events. As it was the Wolverines were left holding the bag as the San- tee-sparked Jayhawk outfit ran away from Michigan in the dis- tance…

… medley, while Schlademan packed his top men into the two- mile and sprint relays with the excuse that his team should "look good" before the home folks. The tables were turned, how- ever, when a Wolverine

Wolverines to date, added his 23rd and 24th goals of the campaign as he continued his display of out- standing stick-handling. After retiring to the dressing. room shortly before the end of the second period…

… opened as he banged home line- mate Clare Smith's direct pass- out from a face-off deep in the Wolverine end. Smith set up the second tally less than two min- utes later as he fed Ed Ribson a perfect goal…

April 14, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 111) • Page Image 12

… in Evanston, pitching was the least of Michigan's concerns. The Wolverines (5-4 Big Ten, 34-12-1 over- all) split a doubleheader with Northwestern, winning the first game, 1-0, before dropping a 4…

… Holmes buoyed Michigan's effort yesterday by pitching a two-hit shutout and winning the first game, despite the Wolverines' lack of hitting. Michigan was only able to muster a meager seven hits in the…

March 14, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 91) • Page Image 8

… great moti- vating factor for the Michigan men's volley- ball team, and this weekend the Wolverines will get their chance. The squad will face off against Michigan State this Friday night in East Lansing…

…. The Spar~s trounced the Wolverines Jan. 17 at the CCRB, and the Wolverines are look- ing to show the Spartans how much the team has improved. "This is the big one," Michigan captain Jamie Reynolds said…

… addition to Rodriguez and Reynolds, the team Michigan will field against Michigan State is a cohesiv Pothiraj, Ted Sko out the starters. Stilstra also ac with his coach's on the Wolverine He volunteered for…

… 1994 to be exact -theyUA were all Wolverines. They were fourth-fifths of the simultaneouslyt famous and infamous Fab Five. And they were the team everybody wanted to beat. On this particular night, Texas…

… was the "everybody" with a yen to knock off the third-seeded Wolverines. The No. 6 seed Longhorns had beaten Western Kentucky to earn the right to challenge the two-time defending regional cham- pions…

…, who had snuck by Pepperdine in the first round, 78-74. Beating the tour- ney-tested Wolverines, though, was a task the blazing-fast Longhorns just couldn't master: After an end-to-end battle, they…

… succumbed 84-79. Texas against Michigan ... sounds familiar ... the Wolverines take on the Longhorns again this season. The No. 7 and No. 10 seeds will rumble at ap- proximately 10:30 p.m. tomorrow in the…

… one again tomorrow night. Fife, though, is by far the most expe- rienced ofthe Wolverines. He's dressed for more Michigan tournament games than the rest of the Wolverines com- bined. He played all but a…

April 14, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 113) • Page Image 13

… the match." Wolverine freshman Arvid Swan lost to John Jay O'Brien, 6-4, 6-2, at No. 4 singles, while senior Grady Burnett dropped his match at No. 6 singles to Steve Flanigan, 6-4, 7-6. Eisner sees the…

… against all teams in this part of the country." Michigan now turns its focus to this weekend when it has the chance to earn its first Big Ten regular season title in five years. The Wolverines take on Ohio…

… very, very good team," Eisner said. The Wolverines are competing against the Buckeyes and Minnesora for the best record in the conference. All three have one loss apiece. The top team will be the No. I…

… Ten Tourna- ment. The Wolverines (6-2 Big Ten, 12-6 overall) take on Illinois today and Pur- due tomorrow, with both matches slated to begin at 1 p.m. at the Liberty Sports Complex. Michigan, Illinois…

… conference. "Even though we only lost to Indiana 5-4, we'd much rather face Northwestern (second place) in the semifinals," Wolverine coach Bitsy Ritt said. For now, Michigan occupies third place and controls…

… its own destiny. The Fighting Illini (5-1, 11-6), Boilermak- ers (4-2, 11-6), and Badgers (4-3,6-10) all trail the Wolverines. If Michigan fails to sweep Illi- nois and Purdue, its fate will be out of…

… its hands as most of the Big Ten teams will finish their seasons next weekend when the Wolverines are idle. For now, Michigan will have to focus on the strength of the Illini's doubles play. "Illinois…

… consistent Boilermaker squad. "Purdue is the most improved team in the Big Ten," Ritt said. "They have more depth then they've ever had." Nevertheless, the Wolverines re- main confident. "The consensus is that…

Wolverines are currently In third place in the conference and can secure the No. 3 seed in the Big Ten tournament. Men 's golf looks for continued success in Indiana tourney By James Goldstein Daily Sports…

… Writer Someone from high above is toying with the Michigan men's golf team. Justwhen the Wolverines were gain- ing momentum, three inches of snow and cold weather sent the golf cart and the squad in…

April 14, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 155) • Page Image 7

… Page 7 Netters top GopI By RICK KAPLAN Smiles came over the faces of the Minnesota tennis players when they heard that Michigan's top player, Jim Sharton, was not going to play. But the Wolverines

… Brian Eisner moved each of his singles players up a notch in the lineup. The move seemed to fire the team up, as the Wolverines grabbed four of the six singles matches. "THE THING that we did today that…

Wolverines are back in action this afternoon against a tough Wiscon- sin team at Liberty at 1:00 p.m. Wisconsin's only los in the Big Ten thus far was a 5-4 decision against Minnesota. Wolverine Ed Filer…

… ago this team had only one win all season, but with good coachings and players working together, the Wolverines finished at a respectable 19- 14 mark (five of these losses being to varsity teams…

… and good setting by Tony Rodrigacy held Pudue to five points in the two games. Michigan's next opponent was Nor- thern Illinois. Although they were defeated, in two games out of three, the Wolverines

… did some of their finest playing of the afternoon. The teams were evenly matched in skill, but the Wolverines couldn't seem to block 6'5" Joe Mrkvicka of NIU. MICHIGAN ADVANCED to the semi- finals…

… action. The Wolverine women took advan- tage of strong singles play and a good doubles effort yesterday to down Pur- due, 5-4. Turning in strong efforts for the netters were Paula Reichert at first singles…

… called the loss "a bum- mer," but was pleased the team raised its overall record to 2-6 yester- day The weekend split with Big Ten op- ponents should leave the Wolverines seeded eighth in the upcoming Big…

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