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February 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 80) • Page Image 14

… them," Sacka said. "We had an idea of what they were going to do." The Wolverines frustrated the Falcons time after time. Michigan clogged the passing lanes like mucous in a stuffy nose. No matter how…

… Pat Neaton prevented every attempt to get the puck into the slot. Stewart blocked several passes, while Stiver and Neaton cleared the puck with ease. Things were going so well for the Wolverine penalty…

… were coughing it up in the Wolverine zone more than a per- son with a sore throat. Passes were soft and had no snap. Even when the Falcons put a shot on goal, netminder Steve Shields was up to the…

… challenge, turning away everything that headed in his direction. While Michigan did manage to shut down the opposition when down a man, that the Wolverines had to kill 11 penalties is not a positive sign and…

…, managing one goal. The Wolverines cannot allow its opposition so many man-advantage situations. "There were too many penalties on both sides," Michigan coach Red Berenson said. "We got away with most of our…

… penalties at the beginning." Against weaker foes, like Bowling Green and Ohio State, the Wolverines are able to kill off penalties with ease. Michigan is more aggressive and stronger than these clubs. They…

… forecheck better, intimidating them. However, when the Wolverines take on some of the stronger (both record-wise and physically) teams in the CCHA, like Lake Superior State, Michigan State, Miami and Western…

… league, as evidenced by their victory over+Miami Saturday, while the Redskins and Lakers are two of the strongest. If the Wolverines allow any of these teams 11 power-play HOCKEY Continued from page 1…

… Green's fate. Riding a slim 1-0 lead,. the Wolverines pummeled Ellis with 19 shots in the period, cashing in on. four of them. Michigan's fourth goal, and third of the period, exemplified the over…

February 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 80) • Page Image 12

… extendig its 2- 0leadwi keysavesin bot the second and tnird periods -2 MARKKOICK CENTER Kosick salvaged the game for the Wolverines by scoring wth7.1 .- ensleft In the game, aftera, scrum i in front of the…

… never looking back. It didn't happen. For the fourth time in as many games, the first goal scored did not belong to the Wolverines. Michigan was forced to play catch- up hockey again after Western…

February 15, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 77) • Page Image 10

…10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 15,_1995 Women's track captures first at Quad Meet Wolverines satisfied with performance, but worry about winning Big Tens By Eugene Bowen Daily…

… Sports Writer For the women's track and field team, last weekend was a time of smiling faces and tearful realiza- tion. The Wolverines won the Quad Meet, held at Michigan State, but a sadness still lurked…

….20. She beat the second-place finisher, the Spartans' Chandra Burns (25.3), by over a full second. Wolverine high jumper Monika Black won herevent, but she fell short of her goal of jumping 6 feet. "It…

… second-place finisher, Penn State's Holly Jones, finished with a height of 5'4 1/4". In fact, no highjumper made 5'6", the height Black achieved on her first jump. The three Wolverine freshmen who ran the…

…:33.45). She also ran perhaps the best leg of the mile relay for the Wolverines. JuniorJayna Greiner performed well taking first in the shot put with a distance of 14.43 meters. Though the Wolverines won the…

Wolverines are already beginning to have pre-Big Ten jitters. Their foremost fears are Wisconsin's middle-distance run- ners and Illinois' sprinters, jumpers and throwers. "They're going to blow us away," said…

February 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 80) • Page Image 9

… champion and CCHA preseason favorite, the Wolverines couldn't have been blamed for placing this game in the victory column before the season even started. A &3 whipping of the Broncos on Jan. 16 further…

… demon- strated the talent gap between the two teams. Raly, what could Western do to stop the powerful Wolverines? Unleash the intimidating Buster Bronco on Red Berenson? That wouldn't be a good idea for…

February 15, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

…'s great series sweep of Michigan Tech last week was a great show, but can the Wolverines follow it when rival Colorado College hits town this weekend? Anyone who saw the Wolverines play last weekend would…

…- been doing for the Wolverines th ers have found the going tough season. The outspoken sophomor against the Wolverines, who have center is the leading scorer fc the size and strength to handle Michigan…

… the playoffs, the W feels that Colorado may have a bit verines are fortunate that the more speed than the Wolverine: icers. But he also feels that he has a definite physical edge, and after Gary Kardos…

… Minnesota - Duluth. he Coming off last weekend, though, ee the Wolverines have to feel that ol- they can beat anyone. All they ey have to do is prove it. Minnesota Manrn men One area where Michigan's in- 1…

… coach Jeff Sauer knew very little of the Wolverines' individual players, but Moore was an excep- tion. Sauer considers him out- standing. . : i 1 , : .; fl ,(. ( . . i ! , i By BILL CRANE The Michigan…

…- night and offers little or no com- petition for the Wolverines. Mich- igan Coach Gus Stager says, "This may be the worst Minne- sota team in vear meets as decision - making events where diving coach Dick…

… Kimball and I have to limit our squad and decide what will be best for the team," Stager said seriously. Tomorrow the Wolverines do face some tough competition in a hot Ohio State team. The Buck- eyes are…

… Jim Nahrgang (2) in last Saturday's 4-3 Wolverine victory. Tech goalie Jim Warden (hidden) smothered the puck, thwarting Fal- coner and his teammates on this offensive thrust. This weekend the…

February 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 80) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - February 15, 1999 - 5B * Play of the weekend Michigan guard Anne Thorius made a jump shot with five seconds left Friday against Illinois to put the Wolverines up…

… team was holding onto the crucial fifth-place spot in the Big Ten standings. The Wolverines' goal was to hang othat spot for a few more weeks, ing it would be enough for a bid to the NCAA Tournament. In…

February 15, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 94) • Page Image 9

… M cagers By Lory Knapp Daily Basketball Writer In a league where winning on the road is about as easy as winning in the L.A. Forum, the Wolverine's upcoming conference road schedule can only be…

… described by one word-- brutal. Inbthe first of two road trips that will see Michigan (18-4, overall; 8- 3, Big Ten) play such contenders as Ohio State, Michigan State and Purdue, the Wolverines will begin by…

… taking on the Golden Gophers in Minneapolis tomorrow night. Minnesota (17-4, 7-4) is just one game behind the Wolverines in the Big Ten and a victory will place the Gophers in strong contention for the…

… Jennifer Eck. That would place the Wolverines in a strong contending position for the NCAAs held in March. "We have a chance to qualify 12 individuals (for the NCAAs)," Michigan coach Jim Richardson said…

… incredible." But first the Wolverines must concentrate on the championships at hand: the Big Tens. Michigan, has captured the conference crown for the past three years and has dominated its Big Ten rivals in…

… dual meets this season. A win this year would give the Wolverine's senior members a four year sweep of the championships. Still, no predictions are being made. "You just don't know until you get in the…

… to get ready to swim fast. That's the only thing we have control over- what we do." n " - The Wolverines will have to remain in control to cool down some stiff competition. Northwestern should prove…

… to be a tough opponent for the Wolverines. The Wildcats have the 1989 Big Ten Swimmer of the Year, Lori Holmes, who holds '89 conference titles in the 200-yard freestyle, the 100 and 200 butterfly, and…

February 15, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 80) • Page Image 9

… perennial championship contender in No. 3 Iowa in a landmark meet at Cliff Keen Arena. With wrestling fans in the sold-out gym creating a raucous atmosphere, the underdog Wolverines ambushed the Hawkeyes, 18…

…-16. This year, the tables are turned. No. 3 IowA Michigan (4-1 Big Ten, 13-3 overall) is Who: No. 3 MicI the hunted. The Wolverines will travel Ten, 13-3 overal to Iowa City to take on No. 2 Iowa (4-1, (4…

…, CALIF. Michigan at the artier Classic W/olverines will attempt be women's College where they finished th last season. The rom last season is r, who batted .455. cans, you count on them to lead on the…

February 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 80) • Page Image 9

… calling the Wolverines' collapse a disgrace to humanity, and, while I was at it, blaming them for this damn recession; spit on the Assembly Hall floor; and take my own life. When the buzzer sounded, 1…

…, but what resiliency, the Wolverines can still compete with the best. There will be a "Home Alone 3" and Ross Perot will be back and better than ever in 1996. Life was good. I entered the Michigan…

February 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 80) • Page Image 13

…'? And so it did Friday evening. Michigan coach Trish Roberts accurately and painfully pointed out her plight to the press immediately following Michigan's 79-75 loss to Wisconsin Friday. The Wolverines

Wolverines. With a first-year head coach, change was inevitable. Then the injury bug hit, leaving Michigan to play its conference games with eight players, six of whom actually see any playing time at all…

… especially those which were decided in the final moments, to their lack of numbers. By tipoff time Friday, soph Molly Heikkinen had added her- self to the Wolverine's extensive injury list with a bum thumb…

… Michigan women's basketball team. But, yet again, just as the Wolverines were poised to snatch it, it was just out of reach. Wisconsin (4-6 Big Ten, 7-12 overall) played the taunting bully Friday night…

…, holding off a late Michigan surge at Crisler Arena to hand the Wolverines (0-11, 1-18) their eleventh loss by less than 10 points this year, 79-75. With less than nine minutes to play and trailing by 11…

… the Wolverines the lead, 71-69, with 6:02 remaining. "Our man-to-man defense, I thought, was the key to the turn around," Michigan coach Trish Ro- berts said. "It was a shock to us. We didn't think we…

February 15, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 97) • Page Image 9

…-EH DUNE I4/aiIy iMchigan senior captain Demetrius Calip will try to keep the Wolverines focused tomorrow night when they face last-place Northwestern. Women seek rebound against Purdue, Illinois "'S Albert…

…, only to see the DoSposition turn on the pressure and coast to runaway victories. * After both games, Michigan coach Bud VanDeWege said that the Wolverines needed to work on fundamentals. You would think…

… explosive team," Foster said. "We're not all that deep, so I hope we can get in enough rest to counter that." However, Foster's main con- cern lies in Wolverine center Eric Riley. The 6-foot-11 sophomore…

February 15, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 80) • Page Image 8

… Michigan women's basketball team may have had all the odds against it last night in Iowa City, but it certainly did not play like it. MICHIGAN 91 T h e Wolverines IOWA 80 turned the ball over just 11 times…

…, and the inside- outside tandem of Alayne Ingram and LeeAnn Bies scored more than 40 points to give the Wolverines a 91-80 victory over Iowa. YESTERDAY'S GAME MICHIGAN (91). FG FT REB MIN M-A M-A 0-T A F…

February 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 76) • Page Image 9

… heads into the next-to-last weekend of regular-season compe- tition facing two highly ranked opponents. The No. 15 Wolverines (3-2-1 Big Ten, 8-5- 1 overall) welcome the 1lth-ranked Wisconsin Badgers (3…

… to men- tion its heart. The Wolverines are on atwo-meet win streak and have won three of their last five. The marquee matchup in both meets will certainly be the final contest - the heavy- weights…

…. Wolverine sophomore Airron Richardson heads into the meets ranked seventh in the nation and tied for third in the Big Ten. The two men in his way this weekend, however, just happen to bethe same two who are…

… of a total of seven top-10 opponents the Wolverines will face. Wisconsin brings No. 4 Eric Jetton at 126 pounds, No. 6 Kevin Wilmot at 167 pounds and No. 7 Aaron Stark at 190 pounds, in addition to…

…, with the first few matches being critical ifthe Wolverines aren't to be in a position where they are forced to win - and win big - in the second half of the meets. Bahr is hoping Wolverine freshman Chris…

February 15, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 117) • Page Image 8

… that mattered, as it broke a 5-5 tie and lifted the Michigan Wolverines past the Univer- sity of Minnesota-Duluth, 6-5, last night before 4,552 at Duluth Arena. THE, VICTORY GAVE the Wolverines a sweep…

… and 29 seconds later, Tom Kurvers was whistled for cross-checking and the Wolverines has a five-on-three power play for 31 seconds. IT WAS LONG enough for Roger Bourne to capitalize, thanks to perfect…

… goals. BRIAN LUNDBERG began the Wolverine scoring parade when, in a four-on-four situation, he took a slap- shot from the blue line that passed through the crowd in front of the net and goalie Ron…

… assist on the goal, which came at 12:27. At 13:36 the freshmen paired up to score the Wolverines' third goal. Kelly McCrimmon drew Erickson out with a shot, backhanded the rebound to Enzo Augimeri, who had…

… fights between the two teams broke out.. WITH UMD IN a power play situation for almost the entire period, all the ac- tion took place in the Wolverines' end: Both of Cleveland's goals were scored on power…

… at Matt Mann Pool by the score of 66-47. "We swam really well as a team," said Wolverine coach Bill Farley. "We had a lot of really good times today." This meet was an oddity because the diving portion…

…-7. The Wolverines next hit the water ,against Michigan State February 21 In: East Lansing. &xton A Wducatona1 ente rs For More Information - Call or Write: 32466 Olde Franklin Drive Farmington Hills…

…, Mich. 48018, (313) 851-2969 MOEN Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM MICHIGAN BUTTERFLY swimmer Victor Lopez cruises home with a victory during yesterday's swim meet against Ohio State. The Wolverines swamped…

February 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 80) • Page Image 15

…'s out there laughing and smiling which is great to see." Injuries and fatigue aside, the Wolverines feel they will be ready to grapple with the best in the next month. "It might seem unrealistic with the…

…,' freshman Ike Okenwa said. With their flight cancelled, the athletes joined the rest of their teammates Saturday at the non-scoring Wolverine Open. 'This was really a low-key meet,' assistant coach Ron…

… Warhurst said. "We're just sharpening up for the Big Ten Championships." With the Big Tens only a week away, several Wolverines notched encouraging performances that left the coaching staff optimistic for…

… practice. If I just bust it out. Monday and improve my starts, I can make that standard," he said. Okenwa isn't the only Wolverine who enters the week with momentum on his side. Freshman thrower Patrick…

… fastest any Wolverine has run the event all year. LOUIS BROWN/Daily The Wolverine Open wasn't supposed to feature many members of the Michigan men's track team, but the American Airlines sick-out forced…

February 15, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 115) • Page Image 7

…' Wrestlers attempt overthrow of MSU hold By ANDY BARBAS The Michigan gymnasts usually have tp worry about losing two meets avery year: Michigan State and Iowa. This afternoon, the Wolverines' tangle with the…

… Cech will step onto the mat to face Michigan State's Gary Bissell, thus beginning what has to be the Wolverines tough- est meet this year. In taking on defending Big Ten champion Michigani State at 3…

… effort to place the most favorable odds on their side, the Michigan coaches have altered the Wolverine line-up somewhat. Regulars 123-pound Cech, 130- pound Lou Hudson, Geoff Henson at 137, 145-pound M i k…

… Il- linois last Tuesday, the Wolverines must come down to business at 9:00 tonight in. Iowa City. Michigan beat the tenth-ranked Illini with spectacular passes, tor- rid shooting from the field, and…

… the awesome Illinois front line. Though Iowa has nothing to compare with the Illini's muscle, the Wolverines must come down out of the clouds long enough to try to concentrate on blasting the high…

…." Perhaps Michi- h gan could have used some more t practice, too, as the. Wolverines v have given up an average of 89.3 c markers an outing. John Orr, on tle other hand,; does not seem overly concerned about…

…-4431 Ext. 23 7 ---. Purdue Ohio State Iowa Illinois MICHIGAN Indiana Mich. State Minnesota Wisconsin Northwestern Miller has not forgotten about the Wolverines' past s u c c e s s against the Hawkeyes…

… play- off with Ohio State. The Wolverines would like noth- ing more than to sink the Hawk- eyes once again, as Iowa can ill afford another loss in the race for ' the Big Ten title. The Hawks dropped two…

February 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 76) • Page Image 8

…," said Wolverine Olympic hopeful John Piersma. "The difference in Big Tens this year is that a lot of guys are focusing on the Olympic trials and now we have to change our focus for the time being…

… College Swimming Coaches Associa- tion top 25 poll. Michigan has maintained its No. 1 ranking since claiming last year's NCAA National Champion- ship. Other Big Ten squads joining the Wolverines in the Feb…

… other Big Ten squads a chance to claim points from an otherwise strong Wolverine roster. Purdue's Vilmos Kovacs should take the breaststroke events. "Willy has already qualified for his national team, so…

… fortunate to finish second last year. Other teams are really threatening us. They are looking to get through us to get a shot at Michigan. "(Aside from Michigan's dominance) it will be a Wolverines* are…

… and has drawn up a detailed itinerary for the weekendo sizable numberofWolverines will com- pete in the conference championshO unshaven. This is because many Michigan swim mers will be competing in the…

… US. Olympic Trials on March 6-12 aid Urbanchek doesn't want them peaking too soon. The Wolverines, who are the Stop- ranked team in the nation, are huge favorites to win their 11th straight…

Wolverines ar not taking their foes lightly because the field is undoubtedly going to be pumped up. "It is discouraging because we are racing against people who are shaven, said John Piersma, the defending B…

… Michigan men's swimming team has its work cut out for it if the Wolverines want to top last year's performance. They are currently ranked No.1. nationally. WA LKER VANDYKE/ Daily ':si~>,e J~y~i lIr z' *' :k…

February 15, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 80) • Page Image 10

…-lilt Women's Tennis vs. Western Michigan Tomorrow, 2 p.m. Kalamzaoo S Men's Basketball vs. Iowa Tomorrow, 8 p.m. (Raycom) Crisler Arena Blue spikers show off team depth Wolverines split squad…

… that none of this weekend's events counted toward their Big Ten record, the Wolverines were able to experiment with their lineup. Led by senior outside hitter Chad Stielstra, six first year players…

… in his two-plus seasons with the Wolverines that the 6- foot-8 Detroit native has earned the honor. The award comes on the heels of Wolverine center Juwan Howard cap- turing the conference player seven…

… assists with one steal as the Wolverines roared past Indiana, 91-67. Sunday, the junior scored 18 points and dished out eight assists as Michi- gan narrowly beat Ohio State, 72-70. Rose leads Michigan with…

February 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 80) • Page Image 15

… points behind the Wolverines. Penn State took third, and Michigan State finished fourth. The Wolverines charged out to an early lead, taking both first and sec- ond place in the first two events of the day…

… the sprints and field events left the team in fourth place at the end of the day. Northern Iowa and Western Michigan took advantage of the Wolverines' inconsistency to finish in second and third places…

February 15, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 114) • Page Image 7

…'s basketball game between the Wolverines and the University of Wisconsin Badgers, it appeared that neither team had much of a desire to win the contest. The assumption proved correct for only one squad, however…

…, as the Badgers decided not to throw the game away and beat the Wolverines 84-74. Wisconsin was aided along the way by a terrible per- formance by the Wolverines who did all they could not to win. Ahead…

February 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 80) • Page Image 16

… a walk-on freshman at Michigan to a four-year starter for the Wolverines. With hard work comes success, and Green's strong work ethic is renown in the Michigan wrestling program. He loves to work out…

… Hamdan's bad knee; none of these things were good. In 48 hours, the Wolverines had dropped from fifth in the country to fifth in the Big Ten. This team has been a week away from peaking for about two…

…'s opponents. "I think Minnesota should be ranked right up there," Bahr said. They are 19-2. I think that they are better than Ohio State." " 01 Wolverine Lanny Green and the rest of the Wolverines had a…

February 15, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 94) • Page Image 10

… Harris clinched the 3-2 Laker win on Friday night late in third period, frustrating a valiant Wolverine comeback effort. Michigan forwards Mike Moes and Brad McCaughey scored in the third to bring the…

Wolverines back from a 2-0 deficit before Harris ended the rally. "They stopped us from scoring in five of six periods," said Michigan coach Red Berenson. "And they held us in our own rink. That's just great…

… to sweep the Wolverines this season. "We tried to take their point shots away and clear the front of the net. That worked most of the game," said Laker coach Frank Anzalone after Saturday's victory…

… Czechoslovakia, so that gives us inspiration." (INKQ' IN THE UiNION Doily Photo by ELLEN LEVY Lake Superior State goalie Bruce Hoffort readies to make another save as Wolverine winger Joe Lockwood closes in…

…. Hoffort held the Wolverines to only two goals last weekend, as the Lakers swept the series and clin- ched the CCHA championship. Record performance marks po By Taylor Lincoln In its, final meets at Matt…

… Mann pool the men's swim team rolled 'over both of its opponents. Friday, the Wolverines routed Michigan 'State 85-28. Saturday, Michigan de- feated traditional rival Indiana 64-49 in a competitive yet…

… Michigan head coach Jon Urbanchek. Two Wolverines, distance freestyler Scott Ryan and backstroker Mike Creaser, hit the comeback trail against Indiana. ol closing Ryan, who suffered from a cold last weekend…

February 15, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 76) • Page Image 9

… game the three started together. In the Wolverines' 16-point victory, Horton, Harris and Abram combined to score 54 of the team's 71 points. Oh, how things have changed. Just minutes into the second half…

… comfortable." The Wolverines aren't the only ones with strange pre-game rituals. The play- ers say they have come into contact with many other players whose eccentric activities stuck with them. According to…

…- cess for the rest of the season, they can calm the players down, make them feel comfortable and give Wolverine fans one more aspect of the game to pick apart come playoff time. RODRIGO GAYA/Daily Daniel…

… tournament hopes fading after three straight loss- es, the Wolverines (6-5 Big Ten, 16-6 overall) desperately need a win. And now is the perfect time for a pick-me- up. Michigan returns to Crisler ArenaI * MEN…

… has struggled to stop penetration. And the score- board mirrored the Wolverines' woes. Michigan surrendered 94 points twice and 84 once - its three highest totals this season. "It starts in practice…

… out of the gates in Florida Most metal objects remaining unused for four winter months will rust. The Michigan men's golf team's clubs didn't, but the Wolverines' play did. Michigan finished 13th out…

… play at the start of both days - the Wolverines struggled to get back into the flow of competition. "We were a little disappointed going out there and showing the rust that we did," Michigan coach Andrew…

Wolverines shot 304 in each of the first two rounds before improving their team total to 299 in the final round. Some individuals did show improvement similar to the team's over the course of the tournament…

… will help us prepare for the rest of the spring season. The Wolverines will have two weeks to shake off the remain- ing rust before they fly south again for the Puerto Rico Classic. it, l NOTES…

… comes to the Wolverines with 17 years of experience as a coach, and spent the last three years as secondary coach at Wisconsin. Szabo played running back and defensive back for four years at Navy. He has…

February 15, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 114) • Page Image 11

…'s shot at 'the buzzer to avoid overtime for the Wolverines, and it marked the end to a disasterous three game losing streak that Michigan's hopes for a Big Ten title. In that contest the Wolverines were…

…!" Orr added. "The biggest thing is to convince the kids that they can still be right back in- to it," added assistant Bill Frieder: "A million things can still happen." WOLVERINE VALES: Marty $od- nar was…

… able to shoot during yester- day's practice and may see action against the Wildcats . . . This is the 100th meeting between Northwestern and Michigan, with the Wolverines holding a 58-41 advantage…

… ... Michigan has won 17 of the last 18 meetings . .. the last Northwestern victory was a 199- 87 triumph over the.then topranked177 Wolverines. THE LINEUPS NORTHWESTERN -MICHIGAN Rich Falk Daily Photo by…

… 17 games, the 5-9, 170-pound Wolverine partially blames himself for Michigan's problems this season. "You can't look back and fault other people," said Lerg. "You have to look at yourself and look at…

… us some offense. Unfortunately, what we gained there, we lost in Eaves."'I Consequently, although Lerg is scoring consistently, the Wolverines' chances for post-season action are ex- tremely slim…

…." Special to The Daily DETROIT - The women's basketball team was clobbered by the University of Detroit Titans, 91-55, in a game played last night in Calihan Hall. The Wolverines simply could not keep up with…

… on favorite. We should place three people in the top six in vir- tually every stroke, and with this kind of depth I don't think they can beat us." M Although the Wolverines suffered two losses in as…

February 15, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 117) • Page Image 8

… to the team concept the Wolverines were employing. The strength of Michigan's team is in its teamwork. With the possible exception of Rickey Green, Michigan has no super- star or super-gunner. Yet…

…, Michigan can still play even with any team in the nation, as it proved last weekend when the Wolverines shocked tfle nation with a near-upset of number-one ranked Indiana. Wolverines play team ' D I HE…

… offense On offense, all five starters average in double figures. doom for the Wolverin Green heads the list with over twenty points a game, but the last night, as they fel other four starters are grouped…

February 15, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 95) • Page Image 8

…-ranked Wolverines. In the series opener, fifth-year senior goaltender Shawn Hun- wick was posting a shutout, mak- ing 17 saves through a period and a half. But then a Wildcat forward ran into Hunwick after a shot…

… about the last two months - Michigan is one of the best teams in the country. Hunwick keeping his cool and focusing on goaltending * instead of boxing is a major rea- son the Wolverines are within…

February 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 80) • Page Image 12

…, the early-week loss by no. 2 Kentucky and Saturday's loss by no. 3 Duke left thet Wolverines and Hoosiers to battle1 for the top spot in college hoops. While Indiana kept hold of its top NIYO' Continued…

… 1987 - the Hoosiers most recent National Championship season. With the defeat, the Wolverines now find themselves three games out of first place in the Big Ten behind the Hoosiers, and Illinois, which…

…-range bombers reclaimed the lead. DAVIDOFF Continued from page 1 I tried to find a silver lining in this cloud of a game. I really did. But if the Wolverine players say that the last-minute comeback didn…

February 15, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 115) • Page Image 6

…-3 count and saw their chance to lead the Big Ten and (to gain ground in the WCHA race fade away. The Wolverines fell behind al- most immediately as Bill Klatt of the Gophers popped in a goal with only 58…

… seconds gone in the con- test. The Wolverines were able to tie the contest twice. afterward. but never were able to gain a lead and spent a frustrating night try- ing to catch the Gophers, a team known for…

… fashion as was the first. Klatt will not be allowed to play in to- beat Wolverine netminder Jim nighit's game. Keough with only 15 seconds gone Although this hurts both' clubs in the final period, just as…

… he had it could be particularly harmful done in the beginning of the game, to the Wolverines. Gamsby leads The closeness of the contest Michigan's top scoring line atnd showed up in the teams' record…

…-' festivities. * Purdue, sunk easily; '1M' awaits Indiana WOLVERINE GOALIE, Jim Keough effectively blocks the puck with his leg as a Minnesota forward slides into the net. Defenseman Paul Domm (10) waits to…

… double win- ner for the Wolverines. The soph- a more d'istance freestyler took the 500 yard freestyle in 5:09.2 and the 1000 freestyle in 10:43.5, In the 200 yard freestyle, Mike O'Connon and George"P e ac…

February 15, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 94) • Page Image 3

… gainedj two victories over the Wolverines1 in a single season. The Spartans have lost one decision to Michi- gan. Game Today Tickets for tonight's game can be purchased at the Athletic Ad- ministration…

…, Dick Kennady and Gerald Miki- and Barry Yap in the 200-yd. breaststroke appear to be the only threats in the line-up. Wolverines at Best Coach Stager has the Michigan squad going full strength with the…

… Kurdelmeier, at 177-lbs., is defending Big Ten champion, and in the 123-1b. class, Iowa has jun- ior Larry Moser. According to Wolverine Coach Cliff Keen, the Hawkeyes are much stronger this year than they have…

… every day and you can never tell what might happen," he said. Three changes have been made in the Wolverine lineup for to- day's match. Captain Max Pear- son has been returned to his 137- lb. spot after…

February 15, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 94) • Page Image 8

… the Wolverines' current three- game winning streak - their lon- gest of conference play. And it was also a turning point for Hardaway Jr. After he played just three minutes in the first half due to foul…

… just ran a play that they don't run, and they just ran it at you, and (Hardaway Jr.) got it.' That's an embarrassment." During the Wolverines' six- game losing streak in January, the team's offense often…

… bowels of Yost's old barn with one goal in mind - to become a Wolverine, and to do it in true Clark Kent fashion. As the meeting came to a close, Beren- son told the high school sopho- more that he could…

… Michigan shirt under- neath. "I had it all planned out ... I just said, 'Coach, I want to be a Wolverine,' " Moffatt said Mon- day. "(Berenson) was pretty happy.". Hailing from the Southwest, the seventh…

… months at Michigan, it's been the coach- ing staff who has been pleasant- ly surprised. To Berenson and his assis- tants, Moffatt has turned from just a highly-touted recruit into the Wolverines' leading…

February 15, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 99) • Page Image 10

… fourth straight match. But, unlike its previous matches, the team was unable to rally from an early defi- cit to take the match. Notre Dame kept the pressure on the Wolverines. The Fighting Irish won the…

Wolverines' resolve. "Notre Dame is a very tough team that plays exceptionally hard at home and really played well today," Augustus said. Nevertheless, the loss is a sting to Michigan, who had hoped to begin…

February 15, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 96) • Page Image 2

… occasions, the unit will be available for demonstration purposes in special weapons drill. University Students To Form Own Air Unit Forming their own "Wolverine Squadron"-among the first of its kind in the…

… whole Army Corps-a group of University of Michigan Fly- ing Cadets will leave for Kelly Field, Tex., at the end of the month, Harold "Tippy" Lockard, '43, Wolverine grid star said yesterday. Led by Sam…

February 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 80) • Page Image 11

… meet that put to rest any doubts about its potential. It had been two weeks since the Wolverines last played. Prior to the break, the team had been off to its best *art since 1995-96 and this weekend it…

… only Wolverine to lose. His loss came after he and doubles rtner Brad McFarlane beat the oncos' No. 2 doubles team of Mohammed Dakki and Jeff Brink, 8- 3. 1 lost my voice after the doubles match and have…

… bit with the start of the new season, as it tends to do with col- lege teams. But the Wolverines have remained awfully tight, and with yesterday's win, they inched a bit closer to the much…

… Plocki sait Although the Wolverines won't come right out and say they were looking at this dual meet as a chance to prepare for an upcoming series with defending national champion Georgia, their trip to…

… out a consummate team performance, with the help of some out- standing individual play. The biggest standout was the Wolverines' two-time Big Ten athlete of the week, junior Sarah Cain. "Sarah had an…

… those events. Rounding out the Wolverines' attack were junior Sarah-Elizabeth Langford and senior Lisa Simes. Langford stuck a vault for a personal best score of 9.85. And Simes, who has been having…

… trouble, hit a beam routine. About the only thing that the Wolverines were surprised with on this trip was the meager turnout of the Wildcat faithful. For a gymnastics pro- gram with a history like Kentucky…

… and drawn out affair that it was made the Wolverines espe- cially happy to be home- even if it is just for three days. Ui "ler Cofe > > 4:: iF 1te ,"TM ,.t t j ,, w,' at k; . + L k. .... + VIIY q A…

February 15, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

… entered the al lap and maintained that lead win in 1:58.8 as five of the first : finishers were Wolverines. Stan Kelley, who finished second Gedeon in the high sticks, won e low hurdles easily in :07.4 as…

… game. Pick Deh- r took advantage of the disability wever to score 16 points and per- rally whip the Wolverines. lherL_ and if Jim will be back in Ifon again Coach Bennie oster- an is at a loss to say. It…

February 15, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

… are entered and will' make the Wolverines play their best to make a showing. Fritz Seiverd of the Cleveland Y. M. C. A., holder of the national singles title for four straight years beside several…

… shooting of the Wolverines that evening. Ely, star, negotiating eight goals through- out the fray, while Kipke and Miller, each caged four. The .close guarding of Cappon and Capt. Bud Rea on the defense is…

… was poor, that is excluding the exhibition of Bill Miller. Mller was the only re- deeming light of the game, registering every one of the Wolverine's 14 points, caging four field goals and gathering in…

… Chorus "THE TALK OF A NATION" Prices $1.00 to $2.50 Seats Friday MAIL ORDERlS NOW t . WOLVERINES HOPE TO' THIRD STRAIGHT VICTORY ANNEX I 11 STRIKING COLOR combinations, rich weaves and original- ity in…

… inflicted for while Carl Johnson and his teammates were scoring 108 pointa the visitors only made 27, 11 out of a possible 15 firsts were taken by the Wolverines, and of Chicago's points half of them were…

February 15, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

… Northwestern, the back- breaking loss left the Wolverines half a game in the basement with a 2-9 conference slate. Coach Bill Perigo's over-anxious quaintet actually outshot the Bad- gers from the field…

…-3 defeat on Illinois' de- fending conference champs last night at Yost Field House. After dropping the opening 123- pound match, Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverines swept victoriously through the rest of the…

February 15, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 113) • Page Image 7

… State won in Bloomington.h Anyone could do it . . . But Michigan didn't, losing 73-64., Michigan coach Johnny Orr has never won in BloomingtonY in all his years of coaching Wolverine basketball. This one…

… victory, 96-71, over the Although the Wolverines seemed to take the loss in stride, Wolverines. they must have felt they had a lot going against them. That brings us back to Bloomington, one Bobby Knight…

… range in the op-; ening four minutes to draw thet Wolverines out of their sagging zone. The Spartans then capi- talized inside, utilizing back door plays and drives up the lane to' open up a 17 point lead…

… with only: 12 minutes gone in the contest. Michigan State alternated be- tween the two styles of play for the rest of the evening, with the Wolverines never finding the rightdefensive combination to stop…

… Spartan coach Karen'Lan- with two over the weekend, geland. "I think its the strong- drops the Wolverines to a 7-10 est tournament in five years.. record for the season, while the More than the state…

… refereesand the Spartan at all. players were silenced midway WHEN THE SPARTANS were- through the second period when n't ripping the nets at one end Wolverine guard Lydia Simms oh uw dwas slammed to the floor…

… while' of the court they were dominat- attempting to ,dribble through Michigan State outrebounded two Michigan State players. Michigan 56-33, usually limiting Simms lay motionless on the the Wolverines to…

… someone as physical as Benson, it is amazing. Forwards lack output The Wolverines did not blame the loss on the officiating. Orr looked to his team's inefficiencies. "We could have been a little more…

… patient," he said. "When you get behind, you tend to press too much." "When you're behind, you play differently . . . you are not as loose." . Like nearly everyone else looking at the Wolverines this year…

February 15, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 70) • Page Image 6

… Player of the Year. Michigan coach Carol Hutchins and the Michigan softball team will play a set of two doubleheaders in the FAU Kickoff Classic. The Wolverines went 3-t last weekend. Hutchins, Michigan…

… back in Florida Romero and the Wolverines look to build on earlier trip to Sunshine State By ERIN LENNON Daily Sports Writer By the time the weekend is over, the No. 14 Michigan softball team will have…

February 15, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 99) • Page Image 11

… conference titles, no NCAA championships, one Final Four and no national players of the year. Let's not even mention Michi- gan. The Wolverines have barely half as many victories, no Big Ten regular…

… could make a world of difference for the Wolverines. More than 8,000 Boil- ermaker fans packed Mackey Arena during the first meeting between the teams - the biggest crowd Michigan has played in front of…

… its Big Ten opener at Purdue, and the Wol- verines have seen more success as a result. Since becoming regulars in the Wolverine rotation, Skrba, along with forwards Carly Benson and LeQuisha Whitfield…

… even if the forwards do play well tonight, would it realistically be enough to put Michigan over the top? Wolverine players shied away from answering the question direct- ly, instead vowing to play hard…

February 15, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 81) • Page Image 11

… had the chance to make a statement. A sea- son-high crowd came out to watch No. 3 Michigan take on No. 2 Georgia and the Wolverines were hoping to knock off the Gym Dogs for the first time ever…

…. Unfortunately for Michigan, the results were not what it had hoped for. The Wolverines fell - literally and figuratively - 195.700- 196.725. But the subpar performance can- not be attributed to a lack of ability…

February 15, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

… Arbor, Michigan -Friday, February 15, 1985 Fifteen Cents Ten Pages r One By JOE EWING Special to the Daily IOWA CITY - Who said Michigan couldn't win the big one? The Wolverines got a pair of clutch jump…

… shots from Garde Thompson with just a little over four minutes left last night to spark a comeback and down Iowa, 56-52. The victory boosts the Wolverines conference record to 10-2 and puts a full game…

… guard An- toine Joubert at 17:01 to take the lead, 50-49. Roy Tarpley, who finished the game with 21 points, then hit a 14-footer to push the Wolverine lead to three before Moe made it 52-51 on an 18-foot…

… know, you've got to be lucky in games like this. I don't know what happened down there." Before the Wolverine flurry, Iowa's center Greg Stokes put the Hawkeyes on top, 45-44 on a three-point play at the…

… victory Tough defense by both teams dominated the foul-ridden first half when neither team was able to pull away as Iowa did in the first meeting this season. The Wolverines led throughout most of the half…

… Press reg Stokes pulls down a rebound, outjumping Michigan's d last night at Iowa City. It was the Wolverines who came out defeating the Hawkeyes, 56-52. ,yoral candidates face primary By ARONA…

February 15, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 114) • Page Image 11

… not get much competition and of the indoor season. Kim Rowe was-perhaps the bright- his 58'41/4" throw proved good The meet was nip and tuck most est spot for the Wolverines. Rowe enough in the shot put…

… gym, 61-21. The Wolverines led from the opening tip. Lydia Sims scored 10 of her 32 points in the first six minutes and Michigan out- scored the Jets 21-2 in the first quarter. Michigan's tough d e f e…

… the tnept Jackson ca- 34-7. Offensively, te Wolverines hit a blistering 59 per cent from the field in the first half. Wolverine coach Vic Katch termed the game "a mismatch,"' and statistics back the…

… Michigan mentor. The Maize and Blue hauled down 4-4 rebounds, which enabled <the Wolverines to start an eetive fast break offense. Michigan's zone press com- izdJacksn squadt. TheWolver ines made 16 steals…

… period. The Wolverines tight man-to- man defense loosened up in the fourth quarter as they allowed Jackson 11 points while scoring only 12 themselves. Michigan's offense cooled off I COLLEGE BASKETBAL…

February 15, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 106) • Page Image 6

… goals is tops in the con- abayshi. drop-ference and an All-American cita- But the Wolverines hav The Wolverine hockey team tion should be awarded to him at weak links preventing t pe two more games on…

… more like another former Wolverine inability toa igan's league record has fallen to great Michigan center, Red Ber- from home, and seco 9-13 with a dismal 1-11 slate away enson, who is currently starring…

… experience and the Michigan State encounter dy Neal, who has molded right in- ed beneath him, Bagnell to the Wolverine attack, already forced to endure every vE t n a 02 iE e x n a 1+ 1 n. 101 d lI Mel Wak…

… hem from light go on behind him so m a n y think they can always outscore the eat Mich- times. opposition." First, the Three-year veteran Brian Skin-' But if the Wolverines indeed hope win away ner has…

February 15, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 116) • Page Image 8

…, high bar and parallel bars and hopes for an abrupt about-face year have exceeded his last year's against the Wolverines.! Sttae has eight lettermen back# from last year's squad, which went undefeated…

… national rankings, just ahead of Wolverine standout Phip Fuller. Ring-Ding On the still rings, MSU boasts three more top-flight performers. Ed Gunny placed first in the NC- AA finals, while Larry Goldberg…

…, Thor and Ed Witzke, and Gerry Moore. Cliff Chilvers and Rich Kenney, the two Wolverine mainstays on the rings, face a severe test in the likes of Gunny, Croft and Gold- berg. Vanden Broek. Scott Paris…

…, Mike Sasich and Gary Vander Voort will be matched against MSU's fourcome of Gunny, Thor, Diehl and Norm Haynie. Uphill Battle best, Thor and Diehl. If there is1 one event in which the Wolverines should…

… be rated as favorites, it's on the trampoline where Dave Ja- cobs, Vic Conant and Mike Zadel should outpoint Thor, Aure and Keith Sterner. The Wolverines will be hamper- ed in one respect tomorrow, for…

February 15, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 108) • Page Image 6

… net where Cole1 fired home a 25-foot screen shot that sailed over the left shoulder of Michigan State's goalie Harry Woolf. Second Score The Wolverines added a second goal at the 4:07 mark of the third…

…. The Wolverines are on top of the conference with a 7-1 mark while the Hoosier record leaves them embedded in the cellar. But Indiana, thus far in its disappoint- On the Air Today's Indiana basketball…

…- son in Wolverine history except for the 1918-19 team which had an 18-6 mark. The 17-2 record with which would'result from a win to- day surpasses four 16-game win- ning seasons, the latest before last…

… season being that of 1947-48 when the Wolverines won their last Big Ten championship. Indiana juniors Dick and Tom VanArsdale and Jon McGlocklin all are within the league's top 20 scorers. Dick leads his…

… Rebound The Michigan gymnastics team challenges Wisconsin this after- noon in Madison hoping to' re- bound from last week's dual meet loss to Iowa and Illinois. On paper the Wolverines rate slim favorites…

… sophomore Johannesen has been coming along quite well and should give Parker a real good battle. Number Four? The Wolverines' Gary Wilcox will be seeking his fourth pin of the season against John McCar- thy…

… difficult foe in the person of Joe Greenlee. Green- less is another Hawkeye with an undefeated season so far this year. Also to his credit are three pins in his eight wins. SThe Wolverines' Big Ten champ Rick…

…. Nine More The Wolverines boasted nine other individual winners last night-Cliff Nuttall and Joe Ma- son in the hurdles; Des Ryan, Jay Sampson and Ted Kelly in the middle distances; Mac Hunter and Dore…

… sat there with our mouths open." So said Michigan's swimming captain, Jeff Moore, after Minne- sota defeated the Wolverines, 57- 48, .yesterday in Big Ten swim- ming action. After opening losses in the…

February 15, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

…-34 win over Notre Dame, the Wol- verines set down highly-rated Kansas, 80/-33%, and also made a fine showing in the AAU meet January 29. 'M' Swamps Irish Wolverine athletes were out- standing individually…

… expected that Bill Squires, Notre Dame tracksters who had run a 4:10.7 mile the previous week, would pro- vide stiff competition for the fast- stepping Moule. Moule. Wins Easily The Wolverine track captain…

…:15.0. All in all, it was a field day at the field house last Saturday, and Canham is as pleased with the team's performance as anyone. Before going to Michigan State, March 4, however, the Wolverines battle…

…-skating Wolverines shot to within one and one-half points of second place, and are only a half point out of third as a result of thrilling 7-4 and 4-3 wins over the Spartans. Other Contenders Split The Wolverine cause…

February 15, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 82) • Page Image 8

… outstanding late in both games, but his play was extraordinary on Saturday. The goalie stopped several odd- man rushes and made a couple of acrobatic post-to-post saves, allowing the Wolverines to come back…

…-court lead- er. To understand his importance to the team, simply look at the last six games the Wolverines have played without him (all losses). For the first four games, the team was as lost and as hopeless…

February 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 80) • Page Image 14

…, championship teams like this don't happen overnight. In fact, the Wolverines have been building their soccer dynasty for five years, during which time coach Steve Burns has compiled a .79 winning ' CAN YOU BE…

… A HERO? What is the Nike Alpha Project? a I t percentage and taken the team to nationals every year. In 1994, the Wolverines made it to the quarterfinals. In '95, they outdid them- selves by…

February 15, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 94) • Page Image 12

…-ranked Wolverines tick. What combination is this? "The one-two-three knockout punch," smiled Michigan's 177 pound Justin Spewock. The members of the knockout punch are Michigan's first three wrestlers - William…

… other Wolverines for Edwards to torment in the next three years. Someday, it may be Edwards who is outscored only once in a blue moon. Think You're Pregnant? Free Pregnancy Test Completely Confidential…

February 15, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 112) • Page Image 14

… He tries to hide his optimism, but Michigan hockey coach Dan Farrell can hardly keep the grin off his face. He knows that if the second place Wolverines can sweep this weekend's opponent, fifth…

…. Two of the Irish the Wolverines have to keep their eyes peeled for are 6-1, 205- lb. forward Greg Meredith, and 6-2, 200- lb. defenseman Jeff Brownschidle. Meredith and Brownschidle both amassed six…

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