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October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 15

… season. The Wolverines haven't been able to mount any sort of a significant win- ning streak. It seems as though every time they win, they lose the next match. This pattern has been especially evident as…

… of late, as the Wolverines have gone 2-2 in their past four matches, sandwiching two losses Seen wins over Northwestern and innesota. This weekend the team travels to Penn State and Ohio State, and…

…, William Clay Ford, who started a fund-raising program for them. This weekend, the new courts will be given a proper inauguration by hosting the first annual Wolverine Invitational. The Wolverines have…

… Hart and Danielle Lund, the eighth-ranked doubles team in the preseason polls, were defeated by South Alabama which was ranked 47th. And this will be the Wolverines' second team tournament. The team sent…

… really well and will be competing again this week- end." Notre Dame, which has defeated the Wolverines the two times they've met in the Classic, will be one of the teams to travel to Ann Arbor this…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 21

… Daily Sports Writer Last year was supposed to be the year of lowered expectations for the Michigan hockey team. The Wolverines were supposed to finish third in the CCHA, put up a good fight at regionals…

…, and use that experience to contend for the national title this year. Way to screw things up, guys. Instead of bowing out quietly in the regionals, the Wolverines made a trip that they weren't supposed…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 18

Wolverines will be playing to stay on top of the Big Ten conference standings and defend last season's conference championship. On the opposite sideline, the Spartans are salivating to test their newly found…

… of our games to be conference champs," Michigan senior captain Amy Philbrook said. "Beating them athome would be big." -hilbrook said that the Wolverines will focus on playing all 70 minutcs of Sunday…

… annual Wolverine Interregional, which begins at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday. It consists of several hills, some of which are short and steep, some of which are long and grad- ual. The shifting landscape forces…

…-America John Mortimer. The Wolverines will take their knowledge and their strength into this week's Interregional, where they hope to continue their winning ways. They have at least tied for first in their past…

… meets. This weekend, the Wolverines are running on the course they know better than anyone, in front of family and fans that want and expect them to win. As far as being in front of the home crowd, the…

… team has good incentive to perform well. History shows that the Wolverines shouldn't need much in the way of motivation, though. They have won the event two of the past five times it's been run (it wasn…

Wolverines went on to win Big Tens just weeks later. They are looking for similar results this year. All along, Michigan coach Ron Warhurst and his play- ers have been stressing that the most important parts…

… of the season are Big Tens and the NCAA Championships, both of which are yet to come. "Every meet is a stepping stone to those two," Mortimer said. Clearly, the Wolverines are looking ahead to the big…

October 15, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 13) • Page Image 10

…? Will goalie Steve Shields be able to get his possible record-breaking sea- son off on the right foot? And most importantly, what ex- actly is a Nanook and why are the Wolverines traveling nine hours by…

…'s not for the balmy climes. Instead, itis becauseFairbanks is an affiliate member of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA). In fact, the Wolverines are the last team in the conference to make…

October 15, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 30) • Page Image 14

… four shutouts. But once again it was the Michigan defense that was the stronghold for the Wolverines. On the last scheduled Monday matchup for the Wolverines, Michigan (3-0, 11-3) squared off with…

… half. Michigan remained dominant this weekend by adapting to its surroundings. With a wider and bounci- er field at Central Michigan, the Wolverines' strategy in Mount Pleasant had them digging the long…

October 15, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 11) • Page Image 15

…i The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 15, 2001 - 7B Wolverines to place priority on defense 'M' starts out " flat, loses to / ::". By Chris Burke *={ Daily Sporits Writer,. By Benjamin…

… wins games is a driving force behind Amaker's phi- losophy for this year's Wolverines. Stopping opponents is the team's priori- ty. "It's going to be very important that we become better defensively…

…-leading scorer last season with 14.4 points per game. But he also was one of the more dangerous Wolver- ines at the other end of the court. His 33 steals were seven more than the total of any other Wolverine. Even…

… a lot of con- fidence in me." A common belief among the Michi- gan players and coaches is that once the Wolverines develop a tenacious defense, their offense will naturally fol- low. By frustrating…

… with tall teams in a half-court defense, which Amaker said he wants to use. But in a small lineup - which Michi- gan will likely have to put on the floor frequently - the Wolverines may need to find…

… with, the Wolverines will find a new way to improve in other aspects on and off the court. "That's what our goal is, is to have an identity, become a better defensive team where we're taking more pride…

… men's soccer game at Michigan State, the Wolverines played like a team on a mission. They were able to control the ball, create several scoring chances and dictate the game's pace. . MICHWGAN 2 But the…

…-state rival. That poor start proved too much to over- come despite the energetic second half response, as the Spartans handed the Wolverines their third con- secutive loss, 4-2. "Dr. Jekyl appeared for our team…

… minute, finding the net after Michigan was called for a second infraction inside the box. The Wolverines cut the lead in half during the 37th minute of play, as Robert Wurth beat Michigan State goalie Mike…

… far from over." Michigan proved Baum to be prophetic, dominat- ing the flow of the game for the first 20 minutes of the second half. Jody Keeling eventually made the Wolverines' hard work pay off…

October 15, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 32) • Page Image 6

…40 Page 6-Friday, October 15, 1982-The Michigan Daily ICERS FACE TEST IN SEASON OPENER Michigan faces Windsor By JOE CHAPELLE The Wolverine hockey team that will take the ice tonight to open its…

… his inexperienced Wolverine squad.' "It is the season opener and we just don't know that much about Windsor," said Giordano. "We aren't preparing for this game in the sa'me way we prepared for games the…

… hardestto play," said Giordano. Windsor, acording to Giordano, may not present te Wolverines with an easy series. The lncers have everything to gain by beatig Michigan, including the Detroit areacollege…

… hockey bragging rights, while the Wolverines will be using the gare as a primer for the up- coming CCHA season. The last time the Wolverines met the Lancers was an exhibition game in Yost Ice Arena during…

October 15, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 12) • Page Image 14

…, including clutch goals in the NCAA tournament. TuRco'S REVENGE: He may not want to say it, but Michigan's victory must have felt much sweeter for the Wolverines' goaltender, Marty Turco. Returning to his…

… hometown of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Turco stopped 32 shots en route to the Michigan victory. The victory avenged his two losses at the Soo last season. On Feb. 23, Lake Superior edged the Wolverines, 5…

October 15, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 29) • Page Image 16

… a sweep of the Redskins by the Wolverine icers. Stone added an assist on a 3-on-5 goal by Chris Tamer to complement his three goals. The series marked the season opener for Michigan. He also notched…

… played streak of 45... ranked fifth on the team as a junior with 44 points... collected 100th point of Wolverine career in front of 18,448 fans in the first round of the Great Lakes Invitational... brother…

… Oliver, the veteran Wolverines dominated the ice. Senior Don Stone had his first goal and his first hat trick of the season, and Felsner put two more in the net. Shields, who played well Friday, was…

… every way seemed to lift the team's spirits. The only question mark for the Wolverines is who will be the regular starting goalie. Before the season, Berenson seemed to favor rookie Chris Gordon. That…

October 15, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 29) • Page Image 8

… place to be this week. That's where the Wolverines will face the 15th- ranked Broncos of Western Michigan tonight at 7 p.m. and Purdue and Illinois, ranked 9th and 12th respec- tively, this weekend. If…

… those rankings are not enough to give the Wolverines the willies, Michigan coach Barb Canning is worried about the effects of her team's most recent experience, a two-loss road trip to Iowa and…

… first collegiate vic- tory. Lindgren faced 38 shots in all, including numerous breakaways, two-on-one's and three-on- two's thanks to a porous Wolverine defense. Meanwhile, Brent Smith and Tim Hall, Miami…

…'s left leg and into the net. Hardly a memorable goal, except to Hall, who may be having some nightmares about it. "I'm not 100% pleased with the way they played," said Wolverine head coach Red Berenson…

… hockey 2-0, goalies saving everything in sight, and the offense scoring from angles unbeknownst to the game. One wonders if the Wolverines can keep up such feats of daring-do, but such feats are the…

October 15, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 32) • Page Image 8

… offense can turn Yost Ice Arena into a red-light district. Giordano doesn't want to convert the Wolverines' ice palace into a brothel, but rather hopes that Michigan's for- wards will turn the red goal…

… to describe the upcoming Michigan hockey season it would be "transition." The Wolverines lost eight seniors to graduation and only have three seniors and two juniors returnthg for tonight's season…

… in practice, according to the Wolverine hockey mentor. "Seychel is a good offensive player," said Giordano. "Stiles just keeps getting better and better. You tell him things and he picks them up right…

… certainly better than the recruiting we've had in the past two seasons." Among the other rookies joining the Wolverine roster this season are Jim Swit- zer of Spring Lake, Michigan, Frank Downing of Orchard…

October 15, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 29) • Page Image 8

… Saturday No. 3 Michigan will take on the Wildcats at Whittemore Center Arena. The Wolverines handled Bowl- ing Green last weekend and blew a 4-0 lead to tie Mercyhurst in the season opener. But No. 9 New…

… regular sheet of ice. "You don't get hit as much. But by the same token, there's a lot more room for the forwards to use and gain speed. So it's a little bit of a give and take." The Wolverines haven't had…

October 15, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 12) • Page Image 13

… Wisconsin and Minnesota, respective- ly, The fact that both the Buckeyes and Wildcats are mortal means the Wolverines have at least a decent chance to reach Pasadena - if they can win their last six games…

…-ranked Wolverines fin- ished second with 59 points, behind No. 3 Stanford (29). Army finished third, followed by New Hampshire, Kansas and Marquette. The Wolverines wanted to keep pace with Stanford's runners, who…

…- ished first with a time of 23:47. His time beat the course record, set last year by fellow Wolverine Kevin Sullivan. Sullivan is out this year with bursitis. "The field of runners was a lot deep- er…

…, they wore racing flats, which he said are slower and make a noticeable differ- ence. This weekend, the Wolverines will host the Michigan Interregional Invitational at I 1 a.m. Teams from all eight…

… districts of the country will participate. Warhurst said the Wolverines will not hold back in the beginning as they did Friday. "We are training to go out faster," he said. MEDCATONRESARC SUD/S;Sig before…

October 15, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 30) • Page Image 10

… 2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsWednesday - October 15, 2003 CLUBsPORTsWEEKLY Water ski club escapes cold, heads to Texas Rubin excels in Tennessee as Wolverines dominate at home By Ryan Sosin…

… perform- ance at the ITA All-American Championships highlighted a busy weekend for the Michigan men's tennis team. While Rubin got his accomplishments, the Wolverines hosted the inaugural Michigan Invita…

October 15, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 11) • Page Image 14

… Writers The conditions at yesterday's Wolverine Inter- regional were not what the Michigan women's cross country team is used to. A soggy Michigan Golf Course caused the toughest trail in the Big Ten to be…

… even tougher. "You have to disregard times on a day like this, and just concentrate on trying to beat people, which is what we tried to do," sophomore Lind- sey Gallo said. The Wolverines scored 92…

…, fin- ishing in 17:26 - 36 seconds ahead of Bethany Brewer of Wisconsin. Gallo was the top finisher for the Wolverines for the fourth time this season. 1er time of 19:05 was 10th-best in the field. "It…

…Guire's decision to sit Parker. "We just didn't want to risk it," McGuire said. "As important as this meet is. being the first home meet, Big Tens are way more important." While the Wolverines knew that they were…

…. Obviously, they are going to come out here and do pretty well." ALYSSA WOOD/ Daily Freshman Chelsea Loomis outruns her opponent at the Wolverine Invitational yesterday morning. Michigan now looks toward its…

… matter of swinging the bats, and waiting for that one break." WEBB Continued from Page 1B Capturing the second and third places for the Wolverines were two seniors, Mike Wisniewski, and Mark Pilja who ran…

Wolverines, and Sunday's race was no exception. "It's exciting," Pilja said. "We were hoping to go 1-2-3 (in the race) and have six in the top eight, and we did". Perhaps the biggest surprise for the…

Wolverines was a fifth-place finish from sophomore Nick Stanko, who covered the course in a time of 26:07. Stanko has been running well this season, but his finishes hasn't necessarily reflected his ability…

October 15, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 11) • Page Image 10

… in the pre- qualifying round, while the top-ranked players automatically received a bid to the main draw. Michigan sent three team members to the prequalifying round. The Wolverines' No.1 singles…

… the consolation round, Beam bat- tled Indiana State's No. I singles play- er, Stefan Him, but lost in three sets, 6-3, 5-7, 6-2. Although none of the Wolverines played particularly well at the ITA…

… Hometown: Reston, Va. Sport: Cross country Year: Freshman Why: Webb finished first in yesterday morning's Wolverine Invitational, leading 12th-ranked Michigan to a first place team finish. Webb dominat- ed…

… (Orlando, Fla.) W Rowing at Head of the Charles (Boston, Mass.), 8 a.m. DAILY SCOE 3 AD I I I Bad weather stymies Wolverines By Nauman Syed For the Daily So far this season, the Michigan men's golf team…

… has been in the middle of the pack. Most of the tournaments it has participated in have resulted in one school clearly playing better than the competition. But the Wolverines' chances to leave the Duke…

… Golf Classic with a victory were not dashed by Virginia Tech - which leads the field after yesterday's play -- but by bad weather. The Wolverines scored 306 in the first round of play, which was good…

… just as they began the back nine holes. Michigan coach Jim Carras feels there are several reasons for the Wolverines' inflated numbers. "This is a difficult golf course without adverse weather condi…

… April Fronzoni. Ohio evened it up in the second with just over 10 minutes left before Blake's win- ning goal. The Wolverines' win pre- vented them from losing two in a row for the first time all season…

…. Goalie Maureen Tasch had plenty of help from the defense as Ohio was only able to manage six shots on goal. Michigan's shot total reached .l1 as the Wolverines kept pressure on Ohio net- minder Tara Elliot…

…. The Wolverines will return home from their weekend in Ohio and will host their final regular season home game next week against Penn State - From staff reports 4 4 DANNY MOLOSHOK/Daily Poor weather…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 28

… the all-time victories leader in net - snuck their way into the NCAA playoffs, and after knocking off Princeton, the Wolverines surprised North Dakota and New Hampshire en route to the championship game…

…. Michigan's last act was its grandest: A 3-2 overtime victory over Boston College, stunning a pro-Eagles crowd at the FleetCenter in Boston. Look out Wolverines, a new power lurks in the CCHA. Coming from…

October 15, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 13) • Page Image 13

… in a very familiar place, tied with Penn State for first place in the conference. 0 With two victories last weekend over Northwestern and prev iously undefeated Iowa, the seventh-ranked Wolverines (4…

… left." Michigan's strength this season has been its defense, not just in its half of the field but in the other team's as well. A S.pcus on team defense and pressure by the Wolverines has >rced play into…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 13

… the all-time leading scorer in Michigan history. Yesterday afternoon at the Michigan Soccer Field Berendowsky scored two goals to vault the Wolverines past Toledo, 3-1. Berendowsky, a junior forward…

… team game and I just want us to win." Throughout the first half, Berendowsky threatened to score, but the Toledo goalie turned the Wolverines away repeatedly. "Their goalie played a tough game," Belkin…

October 15, 2014 (vol. 125, iss. 11) • Page Image 6

… , , Wolverines, jersey. And on a mission to the same they each team that had have a team be a better team come one win "manual" that ? away from lays out what than last year. qualifying this year's for the NCAA…

… resemble a slip n' slide. But Daley men's MICHIGAN o said it was a non-factor. soccer AKRON 3 "The weather deteriorated as team 3-0. the game went on," he said. "But The Wolverines have never won by that…

October 15, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 28) • Page Image 8

… last season, whenthe Wolverines were plagued with injuries early in the season, the team remains in good health. Senior forward Anthony Ciraulo sat out practice with a sore back yesterday, and junior…

… defenseman Chad Langlais sat out Monday's practice with a sore groin, but both are expected to be 100 percent for the next game. ... The Wolverines play in their home opener October 22 against Niagara before…

October 15, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 29) • Page Image 15

… after cruising home from Columbus this weekend with a pair victories over Ohio State and William and Mary. On a wet Friday afternoon, the Wolverines needed an overtime goal from sophomore forward Katie…

…, Vignevic exploded for two goals early and the Wolverines (11- 3-1) held on to grab arguably their most impressive victory of the season, 2-1. , "She's a great team player," Watherine Epler said of Vignevic…

…," Tiffany said. Tegan added, "It's really nice to be able to get off of campus once in a while and leave all of my school work behind and forget about it." According to Wolverine coach Sue LeClair, each of…

… the opportunity to break into the starting lineup next year. First-year setter Erica Badran-Grycan serves Friday night against Iowa. The Wolverines, still winless in the Big Ten, dropped the match. I…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 25

…-9 Ann Arbor Jan. 15 Big Rapids By David Den Herder D)aily Sports Writer Last fall, Michigan was wondering how its offense could ever recover from the loss of Brendan Morrison. The Wolverines managed…

… solid num- bers (21 goals-23 assists - 44 points), and is the Wolverines' top returning goal scorer. Already established as a clutch forward (he scored three game-win- ners last year, including the one…

October 15, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 30) • Page Image 10

… varsity team as a walk-on is hard enough, but to jump right in as a starter in her first game as a Wolverine, is "extremely difficult," according to Davis. But for those who don't quit, the' odds might…

… claims, "I was in shock to find out." AS A TEAM player, she gives the more experienced Wolverines an added lift in enthusiasm and intensity. Many team members, playing since middle school and through…

… eligibility for the Wolverines. The potential of her abilities and, her improvements astound Davis. "She's going to be one of the greatest athletes ever to finish her career at Michigan. Carla is a great…

October 15, 1921 (vol. 32, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…. by their 50 piece band and a corps of" cheer leaders, ready to back, their 5 Wolverines Rave Scored 408 vr a r 4team to the limit, to the end that In the years that have followed the once more, after…

… five long years of Togs l Wolverines have amassed a total of waiting, their Green and White may -arge 408 points, against 55 for M. A. C., wave triumphant. Michigan scoring more than a quar- iroy, ter of…

… reg- pulled the surprise of the season, M. A. C. game this afternoon. Auto holding Michigan to a 0 toO0 score. There is but a limited number of nkets Then followed four Wolverine victor- such tickets…

October 15, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

… its 23rd straight triumph yesterday and fourth win without loss over Michigan's Wolverines. The two backs, Al Bollard and Vic Pollock, sparked third and fourth period drives that brpught the Cadets a…

… smashing 27-6 victory before 67,076 fans in -Yankee Stadium. THE WOLVERINES, led by Charlie Ortmann, put on a tremen- dous first half show for the huge crowd, and narrowly missed running the Cadets right off…

… 70,000 was well saturated with Wolverine suppoxt ers who went wild, as Don plunged over in anticipation of a stunning upset, but the men of Blaik were not to be denied. The running o f Army's second…

… tied the count just before the half ended. Fullback Don Dufek plunged for the lone Wolverine score' while Pollock scored twice and Pollard and Jack Martin once each for the Cadets. Michigan received the…

… Army fumbles and the second one was costly for the Cadets. Jim Cain, the Army left half, lost the pigskin on the 34 yard line and Tony Momsen hop- ped on it for the Wolverines. It took the Wolverines

October 15, 1978 (vol. 59, iss. 34) • Page Image 11

… feisty Eastern Michigan squad 5-3 yesterday at Eastern's Bowen Field. It was the third victory in a row for the Wolverines, who just last -Thursday bumped off defending state champion Central Michigan by a…

… netminder Sue Plecha ;only one minute later. Jean McCarthy, Alexandra Callam and her sister Mary scored the other goals for the Wolverines, who are off to their best start ever with a 5-2 record on the year…

October 15, 1961 (vol. 73, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…. The halting seemed always to come to late for the Wolverines. MOCK ATOMIC WAR: Defense Drill Proves Successful Public Colleges Urged To End Student Fees. Public universities and colleges should charge…

… oncoming youth Wolverines- Maier, '63, explained yesterday.. However, the Arabs' complaint was more than an attempt to stifle discussion. The objections seem' to be reasonable because all the facts about…

… and the picket ships the north. The "kill" was made in .e invaders and flashed the vicinity of Goose Bay, Labra- to the mainland. Jet dor. Michigan's Bennie McRae on the Wolverine 31. From then on the…

…, but there the attack was stym- ied. The Wolverines picked up 101 yds. as compared to State's 105 in the second half and yielded only a single touchdown, early in the last, quarter. State picked up 295…

… workhorse of the game with 16 carries and 57 total yds. plus a touchdown. Fumbles played a key role in the Wolverine defeat, as they lost the ball three times via bobbles. See MSU, page 6 Strike, Action OAK…

October 15, 1929 (vol. 40, iss. 15) • Page Image 7

…Statek orthe yMichigan's offensive showing was Sc The chief fault revealed by particularly dismal during the first western, and Chicago respectively, the Wolverines was failure to I half, the Wolverines failing…

… first play of Eh a b ebd p n r accorded the Purdue line for the the fourth quarter. Then the W manner in which it outsmarted the scoring spree in the last five Wes made a touchdown for State Wolverines

… Boilermakers sleight. and the other two came in H Do Add to that the fact that they have in one department.. The light- rahWidqfire order.D a vry eakoffnseanda mnia hatred Wolverine quarterback - a very weak…

… offense and mani averaged 38 yards on his kicks, The Wolverines were seem- Ba or fumling at the wrong time, to outdistance "Pest" Wech, ingly helpless under Purdue's Two men stand out on the Columbi One of…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 23

… fulfill- ing things in my life. It was such a grceat experience for him and mc Mlasons loss was Michican coach Red Berenson's Lain. as Berenzxweig has been key in the Wolverines' two recent national titles…

… elect you captain is one of the most fulfilling things there is." As a captain, Berenzweig has his work cut out for him, as last year's team chemistry was a main component in the Wolverines winning the…

…: Beirs, Newcastle, Guinness & Youngs DJ + DANCING THURS - SAT WOLVERINE F COLLEGE HOCK "THE JOE" SEA i Players to watch Shawn Timm Doug Scheulfer Chris Bonvie Yr. So. So. So. Pos. G D RW Head coach…

October 15, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 32) • Page Image 7

… Huskies, though, was the four-game routing taken at the hands of the Michigan Wolverines. "I think our team went through the adjustment period from the WCHA last year," said Jim' Nahrgang, the new head…

Wolverines managed a fourth-place. tie with Notre Dame and ended the season with an 18- A champs 15-5 overall record while the Fighting Irish came in at 23-15-3. Both teams completed the formation of the CCHA…

… the competition he and his Wolverine icers faced last year. "The other teams were excellent. Tech, State and Notre Dame were great. We didn't have any easy games," he said. "I don't see it as a pushover…

October 15, 1920 (vol. 31, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

… hitting. Leads National Champions Sisler starred as a pitcher and out- fielder on the Wolverine teams of 1913, '14, and '15. In 1914 he pitched the Maize and Blue nine to the nation- al intercollegiate…

… championship. In that year, largely due to the effective hurling of the Michigan captain, the Wolverines won 23 out of 29 games played, and 10 of the victories were shut-outs. It was not until he had received…

October 15, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

… Association will be guest. Gamma Delta will be the 'Guild-host. Events Today Design Committee of the Block "M" Section of the Wolverine Club will hold its weekly meeting today in room 3-B of the Michigan Union…

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