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March 15, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 98) • Page Image 11

… one of her 92 victories has been in the NCAA tournament. Last year, as an eight seed, the Wolverines lost a first-round game to Stanford, in overtime, 81- 74. This year it's like deja vu, as another…

… Back to the Dance they go, and tt-fime the e Wolverines not only quali- Wolverines want, and more importatt for the ily NCAA Tournament game team, need, a victory to keep tlfeprogram story - a 77-68 win…

… win at the Wolverine South Invitational. Now Michigan is hoping that 1early success carries over into its 1 biggest tournament yet - the El Diablo Intercollegiate. Scott Carlton, Kyle Kilcherman, Andy…

… -Matthews, Chapman and Hayes will represent the Wolverines this week- end at the El Diablo Golf Club in Citrus Springs, Florida, and coach Jim Carras likes their chances. "Any one of the five is capable of…

…, and the tournament vill be played on a course unfamiliar to the Wolverines. "We're certainly on the upbeat side of the ledger, but we can't get overconfident," Carras said. "We need to play well in…

… Michigan's biggest strengths is its chemistry - some- thing extremely valuable and not - always common in an individual sport. The Wolverines are anchored by experienced upperclassmen, but don't have just…

…- ference in golf, and Michigan is *brimming with it after its hot start. The team's goal is to win at least two tournaments this year and the Wolverines would love to accom- plish that with back…

April 15, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 120) • Page Image 8

… to be this way. Just two weeks ago, it looked like the Michi- gan baseball team was headed for a breakout season. On March 30, the Wolverines headed to Ypsilanti and topped Eastern Michigan in a wild…

… Metro- dome, the Wolverines' season derailed in dramatic fashion. Michigan dropped four con- secutive games and immediately fell to the Big Ten cellar. Facing an uphill battle to get back into the thick…

September 15, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 142) • Page Image 12

… tradition in the Rose Bowl, Michigan is traveling out west to play a Pac-14 team in its own backyard and in its own time zone. Intangibly, that puts the Wolverines at a disadvantage -one that must be overcome…

… have Californians when he said that even admitted, referring to his seniors and Wolverines' victory bid goes up in Flames, 2-0 I'ap . . o-2gr3 ,7 DAVID KArz/aay B.J. Askew rumbledrthrough the Rice…

… and Illinois-Chicago asserted control over the game. Defender Joe Morelli's rocket forced an acrobatic save from Murphy and moments later, Way broke behind the Wolverine defense only to be stopped by…

May 15, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 118) • Page Image 13

…Monday May 15, 2006 sports.michigandaily.com sports@michigandaily.com SPORTS 13 Wolverines wash out the competition for title By Dan Feldman Daily Sports Writer EVANSTON - Unable to play on day…

… teams to take the field Fri- day, Hutchins and her play- HW R ers gave no indication of any knockout-related injuries. The Wolverines trounced their three opponents by a combined score of 23-0 en route to…

September 15, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 10) • Page Image 14

… lower than Invitational. Seven Wolverines gan coach Kathy Teichert. "Ashley Minnesota's runner-up score of finished in the top 18, each of them set a tournament record, but hon- 304, as the other squads…

… failed breaking80. estly, just watching her, it could to even threaten the Wolverines' "I'm really pleased with the have been even lower." JEREMY CHO/Daily Michigan coach Ron Warhurst was pleased with his…

January 15, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 74) • Page Image 8

… take three to four weeks for him to get his legs and lungs in shape, and at that time, he will evaluate where he stands with coaches, trainers and his family. With Kampfer's return, the Wolverines now…

… get them re-focused." THE UNCERTAIN FUTURE There's a reason why Mitera stayed for his senior season when so many expected him to go pro: He wanted be a Wolverine for four years. And most of all right…

… even made a 3-pointer - his first attempt of the season - with less than five min- utes remainingthat killed any hope of a Wolverine comeback. Beilein 4 CLIF REEDER/Daily 0 Sophomore Manny Harris was…

…. While the Illini shot an effective 52.4 percent from the field in the second half, Michigan couldn'tbuy abasket. Despite havingthe confer- ence's second-best scoring offense, the Wolverines shot a season…

… that wasn't the case last night. The Wolverines shot a poor 26.9 percent from behind the arc. Illinois defended Michigan high on the perimeter, which made it difficult for the Wolverines to run their…

… to happen, but you just got to fight through and do the things that are going to make us win the game." In the first half, the Wolverines were a different team. Michigan and Illinois (3-1, 13…

…-4) traded blows the opening 20 minutes, resulting in 11 lead changes. The Wolverines scored by spreading the ball around early and four players tied for a team-leading five points at the half, but Harris was…

… midway through the stanza. "They played harder than us for the whole 40 minutes and that's how they got the win," Harris said. And after completing their home-and-home series, the Illini and Wolverines

April 15, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 116) • Page Image 15

… Michigan senior Ben Cox. Having to overcome a mid-year bout with mono as well as consistent arm pain, he has struggled to a sub- .500 record in singles. But yesterday, in his final home match as a Wolverine

… Michigan's singles scoring. The win marked the Wolverines' first triumph outside this year. After struggling last week on Ohio State's outdoor courts, coach Mark Mees made sure the team, was prepared for…

Wolverines' momentum By Bdan Schick Daily Sports Writer Only a week after completing one of the greatest weekends in Michigan women's tennis history, the Wolverines might have finished their most disap…

…- pointing weekend of the season. Yesterday, Michigan (3-5 Big Ten, 10-9 overall) lost in Iowa City 5-2, end- ing a stretch.in which the Wolverines had won six of the last eight matches. The Wolverines fell to…

… were ranked in the ITA poll, and Michigan was ranked higher than its opponent. But, the role of favorite was not kind to the Wolverines. Yesterday was also the final road match of the sea- son, and…

… factors in last week- end's success was the play of the dou- bles tandems, which came out fiat against Iowa. In the past, the doubles have helped the Wolverines achieve an early lead and build momentum…

… enter- ing the singles matches. The Wolverines have won all 10 matches when they secured the doubles point, but are 3-6 when losing the point. They lost the point to the Hawkeyes, and the rest is history…

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…

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…

September 15, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 147) • Page Image 9

…. Defender Kara Lentz fired a low shot on net and forward Jill Civic redirected the shot past Chippewa goalie Danielle Frank to give Michi- gan a 1-0 lead. The goal was all the Wolverines (4-3) needed. A swarm…

…- ing Michigan defense limited Central Michigan's opportunities, and the Wolverines' goalie Beth Riley did the rest, making six saves to record her first shutout of the season in No. 8 Michigan's 2-0 win…

November 15, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 33) • Page Image 17

… for the players. The match ahead turned out to be a nail-biter. Friday night's match against Minnesota was the big- gest of the weekend, overshadowing Saturday night's game against Iowa. The Wolverines

… to keep the ball in play - and sacrificing their bodies for the good of the team. Nothing exemplified this more than sophomore Erin Cobler's unbelievable dig to help the Wolverines set themselves up…

… Golden Gophers were desperately trying to stay alive. After a ricochet play on the Wolverine end, Cobler did her best "Matrix" impression, diving on the ground into a tuck and roll and hitting the ball…

… back over the net. This allowed Gandolph to make a kill moments later to send the crowd of more than 2,000 into a frenzy and give the Wolverines a 2-1 lead. "That's when you know things are going right…

… kill by Martin and a blocking error off a Bratford spike. In all, Minnesota outscored the Wolverines 15-6 from that in upset bid point on to take game four 30-20. Martin and Bratford dropped a barrage…

… of kills on the Wolverines, notching 27 and 24 kills, respectively, for the game to help Minnesota. "We pretty much just stayed with our game,"Gandolph said. "They made a minor adjustment and took it…

… to us.'> Game five looked bleak for Michigan, as it went down 8-3 early. But the team rallied, bringing the score within one at 8-7. The Wolverines would then tie the game at 10 on senior Lisa Gamalski…

… a questionable line call on a Martin kill that gave Minnesota game point. Then Bratford's kill ended the grueling match. "All around, it was well-played on both ends;" Gamalski said. The Wolverines

… lot of teams start respecting us." If they gain that respect, don't expect the Wolverines to stop dancing. Led by senior captain Jennifer Gandolph, Michigan nearly pulled off a win Friday night against…

April 15, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 116) • Page Image 14

… expectations that were placed on it this year. With obstacle upon obstacle in their way, the Wolverines captured the CCHA regular season and tournament The envelope please Several Wolverines received awards at…

… the Wolverines took an opportunity to reminisce at the Dekers Blue Line Club's annual postseason banquet. The day was the last chance for the Wolverines' players and fans to say goodbye to the four…

September 15, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 142) • Page Image 13

… McEwan - just as he did last week - if McCann has a repeat perfor- mance. Michigan's secondary hasn't faced a real test yet, which could get UCLA off to a nice start. But the Wolverines have an…

… injury of Jake Frysinger - will not be able to contain Foster. Even though Rice ran the ball for three straight hours on the Wolverines, they still have yet to see anything like Foster. This will be the…

…'s a good thing that the Wolverine aren't afraid of anything. In fact, if coach Debbie Belkin Rademacher has her way, the next fex days of Big Ten openers will produce couple of strong wins, propelling…

… anything, playing these n tough teams has prepared us for Big e Tens." On Friday, Michigan will travel to West Lafayette, and on Sunday, to Bloomington. i- The Wolverines will look toward w their leaders…

…. Finally, they will rn look to their confidence, pride and atti- I. tude, the keys to last Sunday's win. Last year in their first meeting, r Michigan beat Purdue 4-1. The I Wolverines also lead the all…

November 15, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 33) • Page Image 18

… playing the ball quickly through those spaces with few touches and a lotMc GN of movement through it, I think it's to their advantage, No E and we didn't address that." The seventh-seeded Wolverines (1…

…-4-1 Big Ten, 10-7-4 overall) entered the game against the third-seeded Wildcats (3-2-1, 14-4-2) confident they would be evenly matched against their competition. The decisive 5-0 loss shocked the Wolverines

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…

November 15, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 51) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 15, 2002 - 9A 'M' ready * for home exhibition By Daniel Brommer Daily Sports Writer The Wolverines are ready. After a long offseason followed by weeks of…

… practice, the women's bas- ketball team is eager to get into the swing of things. Last weekend, the Wolverines had a closed scrimmage against Wayne State, but the team will get its first chance to play in…

May 15, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 40) • Page Image 13

… Hawkeyes beat ace Kristi Hanks, a pitcher who had Northwestetn and won the Big Ten title, allowed only one hit to the Wolverines c reward for which was the right to earlier in the season and who had come Wst…

… the conference tournament. in late in Fridav's Pame and erased any Not wanting to miss out on the fun, hope for a Michigan comeback. the Wolverines returned the favor to This time, Michigan owned Iowa…

… straight set victories from Long, McCain, and Cox. The final remaining competition for Michigan will be the NCAA singles championships, held May 20-23 in Athens, Ga. Matt Wright was the lone Wolverine

… finished the job by annihilating the field at' the NCAA Central Regional in Oak Ridge, Tenn. The defending regional champion Wolverines took care of business by winning the first and second varsity eight…

…. "The team definitely responded this weekend, and we just performed our jobs really well," first coxswain Belinda j.Loo said. he Wolverines were the favorites going in, and knew that they had a target on…

January 15, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 76) • Page Image 8

… five-game los- ing streak. Shepherd's energy was clearly con- tagious. In the game's first four minutes, he made two jump shots, grabbed two steals and took a charge to help the Wolverines build a 9…

Wolverine defenders doubled Daily Sports Writer their season-long goal output. Sophomore Chris Summers also KALAMAZOO - Chad Kolarik lit the lamp Friday. and Kevin Porter are putting up "During our three…

… partly because the coach Red Berenson said. "Not to Wolverines have tallied less-than- lead the rush, but to join the rush, spectacular offensive numbers so that if the forwards run into a from the…

… Western Michigan. igan - the Michigan defensemen Fortunately for the Wolverines, were had plenty of wide-open Sauer shut down each breakaway looks at the net. attempt. Berenson said the best And they didn…

… then ripped a shot and Porter slows downinthe com- past Western Michigan goalie ingweeks - emphasis onthe"if"- Riley Gill. the Wolverines have found a solid Quick followed up his first- offensive…

… career start, helping the Wolverines secure a781 over Northwestern. The Toronto native had eight points, five assists, four rebounds and three steals. "He's 6-1, but we're probably lying," Beilein said…

…. COBLE CONTROL: Northwestern forward Kevin Coble torched the Wolverines for 34 points. The sophomore entered the game as the Wildcats' third-leading scorer, averaging 13 point per game. "He's got that…

… for the second consecu- NOTEBOOK tive game, the Wolverines found themselves in a tight one against Michigan State on Sunday. Last Thursday against Purdue, Michigan struggled at the end of the game and…

… front of a record Crisler Arena crowd, Michigan made the most of its chances to seal the win over Michigan State, 63-49. Rather than trying to keep pace with the opposition, the Wolverines dic- tated play…

Wolverines' closing minutes, it their rushed play on offense. At one point, sophomore Krista Phillips had control of the ball in the corner, only to toss an ill-advised pass to the other side of the court…

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…

April 15, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 132) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 15, 2003 - 11A Hockey fans: Next year is the year, really BB OHUNT ON HOCKEY Another Michigan hockey season has come and gone, and it seems as if the Wolverines

… upsets at Yost Ice Arena to advance to the Frozen Four and lost to Minnesota in the national semifinals. Also, just like last year, the Wolverines seem to have left the Frozen Four with hope that next year…

… that led Cammal- leri to make the jump last summer. With no Wolverine likely to leave early, this could shape up to be one of the smoothest summers the Michigan hockey program has seen in quite some time…

Wolverines will also be bringing in four freshmen defensemen to bolster the thin defensive corps, along with two forwards from the U.S. National Team Development Program. So, could next year be the year? It…

January 15, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 74) • Page Image 10

… Michigan and Ohio State met on the hardcourt, the upstart 10th-seeded Wolverines were giving the second-seeded Buckeyes a run for their money in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament. Michigan had been…

… coming on of late, and LaVell Blanchard shined in the conference tournament last year, scoring 24 points against Ohio State. But the Wolverines could not push past the 21st-ranked Buckeyes, falling 75…

May 15, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 118) • Page Image 14

… Dame this weekend during the second round of the NCAA tournament in South Bend. The only win for the Wolverines came from the No. 1 doubles team of junior Kara Delicata and senior Debra Streifler over…

… the Wolverines' season but also the career of Michigan coach Bitsy Ritt She will fill the role of associate athletic director at Michigan beginning this fall. Maravic and Hung lone bright spots for Blue…

April 15, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 135) • Page Image 10

… Ypsilanti, Olds drove a pitch to deep right-center field. E Olds was tagged out trying to stretch her hit to a triple, but not before three Wolverines crossed the plate to give No. 9 Michigan an early 4…

…-0 lead. Michigan's defense took over after this offensive spark, as the Wolverines went on to win 5-0. The Wolverines took the first game of the doubleheader by the same 5-0 count, and Michigan used a…

April 15, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 132) • Page Image 14

… Sports Writer After taking home the Southern Divi- sion championship last weekend, the Michigan water polo team is in a win- or-go-home situation. The Wolverines will enter the Eastern Regional…

… Regionals against its biggest rival in the East, Indiana. The teams have met three times this year already. The first meeting between Michigan and Indiana in January resulted in a 12- 6 win for the Wolverines

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…

March 15, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 112) • Page Image 12

… Michigan women's lacrosse team's boom box helps the Wolverines show their ability to incorporate a little bit of fun into their intense games. "Before each game, we blast our music from the team's boom box…

… while the other teams look at us like we're crazy," Michigan junior Alyson Gilbride said. But this team is not just about fun. The Wolverines' warmup gets their adrenaline flowing and also gives their…

April 15, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 132) • Page Image 24

…, Fla. - Michigan began 2002 as the victims of a central Florida slaughter, courtesy of Tennessee in the Florida Citrus Bowl. Fortunately for the Wolverines, the first day of 2003 began very differently…

… (the intended receiver) and took the ball 42 yards in the other direction to ensure victory for the Wolverines. "They'd been getting man coverage all that series, and Rex was going to be open," Florida…

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…

March 15, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 112) • Page Image 15

… was the game's top scorer with 21 points, and added five assists. Daniel Horton (Michigan) Horton sparked Michigan's second- half rally. He led the Wolverines with a team-high 16 points to go with five…

… game that the Wolverines felt they could have won. For the second straight year, the Wolverines were also left to wonder what might have been had they been at full strength. Last season, on the eve of…

July 15, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 130) • Page Image 10

… hockey team. But if histo- Tambellini said. "Just to get the chance ry repeats itself, the young forward to play with those guys has been great." could end up as one of the Wolverines' Despite being the…

… position that his father, Steve (right), played for the Wolverines. years, he would leave his mark on the Michigan record books as the only blue- liner to lead the team in scoring in a sea- son (54 points…

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

… the Toyota LV Classic down in Knoxville, until the floor parted and swallowed up all of its momentum. When play resumed 44 minutes, later the Wolverines staged a come-from-behind victory to win the…

… to carry their momentum into game two, but the Wolverines (6-3) were fortu- nate to catch a break - literally. With the score tied 1-1 in the second game, the wooden floor broke and caved in near the…

April 15, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 132) • Page Image 8

… musicianship. A sense of frustration emanated from the stage as other band members tried to salvage their dig- nity. It was nearly comical to witness bassist and 0 Courtesy of Wolverine Soft Evil haunts…

… innocent students and faculty," you might be playing student group Wolverine Soft's Crisis Wolverine: Insurrection Green PC Wolverine Soft new RPG, "Crisis Wolverine: Insurrec- tion Green." FREE for…

March 15, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 97) • Page Image 9

… speed and against the same kind of strength," Thorius said. "That's what the guys do for us." Thorius said that working with the guys has given the Wolverines a com- petitive edge - helping Michigan win…

…/Oai' well and to be a part of it," Schettenhelm said. Although his counterparts may not necessarily agree, Schettenhelm admits that he's a little afraid to play some of the Wolverines one-on-one. "A good…

… impressive mark was the highest individual game plus/minus total record- ed by any Wolverine this year. Vancik totaled a plus-6 mark in Michigan's CCHA playoff first-round sweep of the Broncos - the sophomore…

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…

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…

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…

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… the CCHA Tournament. And that is why, despite a rollercoaster season in which the Wolverines failed to produce a single win in four games against the Spartans and two on the road against the Red…

… the tune of a 23-3-2 record and a regular- season conference title. After sweep- ing Notre Dame in the first round, the Wolverines posted wins over Alaska- Fairbanks and Ohio State to take the Mason Cup…

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Wolverines and the Demon Dea- cons had recruited Alexander heavily after high school. But the forward - who was named Michigan's "Mr. Soccer" in 2001 - chose Wake Forest. "He was a player who - when he came…

…. Alexander is medically redshirted for his first season with Michigan and is scheduled to have ankle surgery on Octo- ber 9. The newest Wolverine had broken his ankle his senior year in high school, but the…

… half of the season. He got to play on the field against Connecticut and contributed to Michigan's most recent win against Detroit, where he played a sig- nificant role in setting up the Wolverines' game…

… call- ing themselves "the team to beat." The Wolverines' athletic ability may be impressive, but their team chemistry is just as prominent. "We're a team that really supports each other," senior captain…

… there." The Wolverines' diligence has brought them late nights on the golf course and gruesome 36- hole marathon days. But, the team's hard work has paid off. And, according to sophomore Brianna Brod…

… together to find the confidence needed to win. After winning the Lady Northern Invita- tional by four strokes last weekend, and the Big Ten Championship last season, the Wolverines expect to continue their…

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… No. 2 Michigan men's gymnastics team will finish off its 2001 regular season by facing intrastate rival Michigan State tomorrow. Interestingly, the competition between the Wolverines and Spartans will…

… as No. 1 Oklahoma have adopted more aggressive, challeng- ing approaches. But sporting an 11-1 regular sea- son record thus far, Michigan's strat- egy has proved successful. The Wolverines realize that…

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… Michigan's superstar hurdler first turned heads as just a freshman. In her first year with the Wolverines, Ofili broke school records in both the 60- and 100- meter hurdles. This season, Ofili has made a…

… determines the winner is simply unprecedented. Michigan coach James Henry decided to honor Ofili's accom- plishments by naming an award after her. The Tiffany Ofili Award will be given to any Wolverine who…

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… the only Wolverine who stepped it up on Saturday. Less than 45 seconds separated Walter from Michigan's fifth runner, junior Katie Erdman (20:43.7).' Erdman placed 15th, giving Mich- igan five top-15…

… the void left by sophomores Brian Hung and Ryan Heller. Maravic saved what was other- wise a disappointing weekend for the Wolverines at the Big Ten Singles Championships in Madison, Wis. The Croatian…

… Ohio State with relative ease, win- ning in straight sets, 6-3, 6-2. The rest of the Wolverines strug- gled in their respective matches. Of the six Michigan players who par- ticipated in the 64-man…

… than just win his first match, though, and remains the lone Wolverine in Madison, where he will participate today in the consolation semifinals. Like Maravic's main draw run, Peretz strung together three…

… straight wins to salvage some positives in the weekend for the Wolverines. After losing his opening match in straight sets, Peretz returned the favor to his opponents in the con- solation bracket. He…

… for the NCAA Championships in Terre Haute, Ind., Nov. 22, the Wolverines' performance this season has earned them an at-large bid. Michigan's solid finish was a sur- prise to many. After a disappointing…

… teams at this meet, where- as a week earlier the Wolverines scored 125 points against just 10 teams. "We ran our best race of the year," Warhurst said. "From top to bottom, the whole team ran well." All…

… five scoring Wolverines placed in the top-35. The second Michigan runner to cross the finish line was freshman Mike Woods, whose 16th place finish placed him - along with Brannen - on the Great Lakes All…

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… Mavericks had been prepar- ing to play Michigan for three weeks, and they were ready to com- bat the Wolverines' deep, talented offense. Nebraska-Omaha focused on crowding the area in front of its net so as…

Wolverines pre- vented just 25 shots from reaching their goal. They also shut down Michigan's powerplay 20 times in 22 attempts. "Nebraska came up with a great series," Berenson said. "Their goalie played well…

…. "But if you look at the shot chart, we weren't getting shots from the slot area. All our shots were coming from bad angles." Last year, Holt played on the U.S. Under-18 team with current Wolverine

… 5- of-26 shots were blocked, and Jeff Tambellini's game-clinching goal came on the powerplay. But, more than anything, the Wolverines are relieved to still be alive. "This weekend seemed to take a…

… month," Berenson said. 0 RYAN WEINER/Daily All weekend, the Mavericks' defenders blocked shots the Wolverines fired. And when they had opportunities, like Milan Gajic above, they were from poor angles…

… great chances to score and they didn't go in." RYAN WEINER/Daily Dwight Helminen and the Wolverines narrowly avoided getting bowled over by Nebraska-Omaha. MAVERICKS Continued from Page1B state of…

… interference penalty. The mistake left the Wolverines - who struggled mightily on the man-advantage for most of the weekend, going 2-for-22 - with a chance to redeem themselves. They did exactly that. With 10…

… the lowest remaining seed after Thursday's quarterfinal games are complete. If the Wolverines win the CCHA Tourna- ment, they receive the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. 0 r4a Ujvj…

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Wolverines' associate head coach d assistant coach have made names for themselves with the caliber of players who have led Michigan to a pair of national titles on their watch. When Red Berenson - currently in…

Wolverine hockey program devoid of an NCAA tournament appearance. It was in 1984 that Berenson was charged with restoring prominence to a school whose most recent national championship banner was raised 21…

… alternate captain Brandon Rogers -who grew up following the Wolverines from New Hampshire - agrees that Berenson's name still attracts players, but says that the tradition and success now eclipse simple name…

… legend Louis, Buf (who coach( prepare Pea tem that all of his progn practical ex 01 Pearson and Wolverine's rec Berenson often mit. While mos created a syster everyday admii prc W When tl list of ca…

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…- dahl said many minority faculty members at Berkeley were interest- ed in teaching minority students. After minority enrollment at UC- See PROP 2, page 7A Wolverines in Buckeye V country ... Keeping…

… the perils that Wolverine fans who make the trip to Columbus face. It advised students to travel in packs, cover up maize-and- blue clothing and leave cars with Michigan license plates at home. Last on…

… on attending Saturday's game in attire similar to what is pictured here. ... Buckeye s in Wolverine country 'U' students who hail from Ohio find themselves torn By JESSICA VOSGERCHIAN Daily Staff…

…Reporter The Michigan-Ohio State rivalry has grown past epic to genetic pro- portions. University graduates breed litters of baby Wolverines, while grown Buckeyes teach their children rever- ence for OSU as…

… the worst he has to put up with is annu- al e-mails from his brother-in-law with lists of Michigan jokes. (Ques- tion: Why do Wolverine players eat their Wheaties straight from the box? Answer: They…

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… continues to win, "things will work out for us." The junior's words proved to be true Saturday, and if the Wolverines win at Ohio State, they will win the conference title outright and head to Pasadena for…

… the second consecutive year. Hours after the Wolverines handily defeated North- western 42-20, Michigan State - which blew a 17- point, fourth-quarter lead against Michigan on Oct. 30 - put the…

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… Michigan Administration Infor- At the end of the registration period, the words Wolverine Access have many students on campus cringing. "I hate it so much," Music Thanks for Voting! Shaman Drum Bookshop…

…' dif- ficulty adjusting to the new system because she has seen similar situa- tions in the past. "When we rolled out Wolverine Access in June of 2000, students were not very happy with it then either…

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…-seeded Eric Hall of Virginia Tech or tenth-seeded Jacob Volkmann of Minnesota, two wrestlers he narrowly defeated this season. Seven of the eight Wolverines who will compete are seeded in the top-12, though…

… only three - Olson, 184-pounder Andy Hrovat and heavyweight Matt Brink - are projected to be All- Americans. The only unseeded Wolverine is 157-pound freshman Pat Owen, who qualified with a seventh…

… technical fall in the third-place match at Big Tens. A key weight class for the Wolverines will be 125 pounds, where sophomore A.J. Grant is seeded tenth. Grant is expect- ed to face archrival Chris Williams…

… of Michigan State in the second round. If he is victorious, he will probably face Iowa's Jody Strittmatter, who has defeated Grant four times this sea- son. The Wolverines will need strong performances…

… The Wolverines have had trouble in non-dual tourna- ments this season, showing an inability to maintain, or move up from their seeds. If they are to have success in Iowa City, every wrestler will have…

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…, Coleman has just one extra base-hit in 50 at-bats this season - a double against California-Riverside on Feb. 24. But the junior catcher plays an important role for the Wolverines with his steady defense…

… the top half of the lineup. On Friday against Illinois, the Texas native went 2- for-4 and gave the Wolverines valuable opportunities to put a run on the board. After a leadoff single in the top of the…

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