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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…

January 15, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 54) • Page Image 11

… of the Michigan women's swimming team's long bus trips. The Wolverines, however, are not deep in their thoughts, contemplat- ing their upcoming meet. Instead, they are hard at work to succeed in their…

… classes. As mandated by coach Jim Richardson, the Wolverines must study for the first two hours of bus trips, and the team complies. In fact, the swimmers study so hard that their mean first semester grade…

September 15, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 126) • Page Image 16

… best, but second is nothing to scoff at. Just ask the Michigan volleyball team. It has been the runner-up in its last three tournaments. The Wolverines' latest second-place finish came this weekend in…

… disc in her back. Chase is set to have a bone scan tomorrow. In their first match, the Wolverines lost to Central Florida, 15-8, 16-14, 13-15 and 15-8. Despite 66 kills, when push came to shove, the…

May 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 2) • Page Image 13

… games as the Wolverines claimed their second consecutive conference tournament title. They next host the NCAA regionals-. By Jam.. Goldstein out and coming back and just winning walked and Jason Alcaraz…

…, players hugged, here needing to win all four games this to left field, moving Beermann to parents rejoiced. weekend and we did it.'' third. After the Michigan baseball team Without Besco, the Wolverines

May 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 2) • Page Image 14

Wolverines from more chaos after striking out two to end the third after 11 Michigan State batters came to the plate. Michigan, however, kept on coming back. The Wolverines added two runs in the bottom of the…

… to have a chance - and they do it - it shows a lot of character" TheWolverines' closerJohn Arvai (3- 2) pitched the final two and two-thirds innings to pick up the win. He surren- dered one run on…

April 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 113) • Page Image 12

…2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, April 15, 1996 TENNIS Wolverines stay in 1st place in Big Ten by sweeping Indiana, Ohio State By Richard Shin and 9-10 overall. Daily Sports Writer…

… The doubles point was won by the first two In April, the Michigan men's tennis team has doubles positions, as Wolverines Pusztai and We're in control of oup been like a rain shower to a May flower…

… in the third set nesota faced Penn State over the weekend in the The only matches the Hoosiers won were at No. tiebreaker. Gophers' last conference match. A Wolverine vic- 3 singles and third doubles…

… nately." will have one loss, and we will go in with the No. Gable of Indiana defeated the Wolverine tandem of Fortunately for the Wolverines, Pusztai's team- I seed in the Big Ten tournament." Jake Raiton…

… stay atop the conference. Just like last year's team, the Wolverines control their own destiny as they head into the final match. That's where Michigan hopes the simi- larities end. Last year, in the…

… tournament, Minnesota upset the top-seeded Wolver- ines in the finals. A victory against Iowa on April20 will lock up the top seed for Michigan in the Big Ten championships on April 25-28. STREAKING WOLVERINES

…: Michigan's top two doubles teams are worthy of the The Wolverines are coming off con- GoIGR&TuLA~iONS $raE4Ite.I title, "en feugo." The Wolverines' top team ofPeter Pusztai andJohn Costanzo have been "on…

March 15, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 109) • Page Image 11

… Winnett made a move at the Fresh off of their sweep of No. 2 point, jumped into the slot and bur- seed Michigan State, the Wolverines ied a wristshot to tie the game. lined up and faced the glass in Munn…

… second period circle - could do was hang their that ended with a 16-1 shot advan- heads as they waited to salute their tage for the Wolverines. half-empty arena. As the Spartans headed into the It was a…

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…

November 15, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 33) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 15, 1996 -11 The matchups: After Purdue, Blue can only get better Pollyanna Johns and the Wolverines will try to rebound from last season's 7-20 record. The…

Wolverines start off the season against the Slovak Republic tonight in an exhibition game at Criser Arena. Changes for women cagerS begin tonight By Ryan White Daily Sports Writer If Michigan holds true to…

April 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 113) • Page Image 14

… that wins championships. In the second inning of Saturday's game against the Badgers, two Michi- gan throwing errors helped Wiscon- sin score three times in the inning and take a 4-0 lead. The Wolverines

…, but we were not sharp and not on our toes." Michigan's lack of defensive sharp- ness also showed against Michigan State last Tuesday in the Wolverines' second conference loss of the 1996 season. Two…

Wolverine fielding errors in the fourth inning of that game proved to be crucial in the end. The errors, which led to two Spar- tan runs and a 4-2 Spartan lead, came just after a two-run Michigan rally that…

… had tied the game in the top of the inning. Michigan would tie the game again in the seventh inning, forcing extra frames. The Wolverines would have won the game if it had not been for the fourth inning…

…, pitcher Sara Gr' fin might eventually feel the cons quences physically. Just this weekend, Griffin pitched 18 of 23 innings. Mentally, one factor that might be affecting all ofthe Wolverines is pres- sure…

…. Their No. 10 ranking, combined with a good showing in the College World Series last season, makes the Wolverines the favorite to win the conference. "There's a lot of pressure there, Hutchins said…

…. "Pressure is something you put on yourself." FILE PHOTO/Daily Sara Griffin's two victories this weekend at Wisconsin improved her season record to 21-5. With the win, the Wolverine hurler matched hervictory…

November 15, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 34) • Page Image 13

…Wn Urfc k b~iijanll '(1 VI IIIiI 1a(M LJaII uu p'us Out of t, oa Page I After last season's finish left a sour taste in the Wolverines' mouths, the Michigan women's basketball team finds itself…

… with some. nifished business Heartbreaking finish still motivation for this season's Wolverines By Michael Kern O DAILY SPoRs WRJTER In their final game of the season, the Wolverines found themselves…

March 15, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 109) • Page Image 12

… everything was clicking EAST LANSING - Under- ines knew they had a hike ahead for the Wolverines, and Friday's neath the visiting team bleachers of them if they were going to game was possibly their best game…

…," goaltender Shawn Hunwick have Lynch strolled down a green and Michigan coach Red Berenson paced the Wolverines as they white corridor carrying a board. said. "This is a real tribute to this climb that mountain…

April 15, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 133) • Page Image 13

Wolverines' graduated four-time NCAA champ. With this year's recruiting class, it appears coach Jon Urbanchek's Wolverines are halfway there. Brazilian sprinter Gustavo Borgess head- lines a bumper recruiting…

… having expired his eligibility for the Wolverines, will be able to more fully direct his energies towards the Olympic Trials next March. Namesnik is the American record holder in the 400-meter individual…

… pitching rarely allowed Michigan the chance to do any baserunning. SOFTBALL NOTEBOOK Raindrops keep falling on Wolverine sluggers by Ryan Herrington and David Kraft Daily Sports Writers The Michigan…

… softball team's 1991 season has thus far been plagued by rotten weather con- ditions. In its annual early season trips to anticipated sunnier climates in February and March, all the Wolverines saw in New…

… and dark prevailed once again. According to coach Carol Hutchins, the only games the team has played under nice skies were in last weekend's Michigan Wolverine Invitational in which the Wolverines took…

… the season, inconsistent hitting plagued the Wolverines. Michigan had trouble getting run- ners on base and when it did, it had problems driving in runners in scoring position. Only the Wolverines

…, includ- ing this weekend's series, the Wolverines have scored a mere one run. IOWA-CALIFORNIA CONNECTION: Since the West Coast (namely California) produces such a plethora of top high school softball play…

May 15, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 2) • Page Image 16

… Gopher duo of The heat will be on the Men's overall. In the team's last tournament Chuck Merzbacher and David Tennis team when it competes with NOW THE Wolverines will appearance, two years ago, it lost to…

…'s Wolverines The 17th seeded Wolverines will "We've usually drawn one of the to give the Wolverines an proved that they can handle the hot, be the lone representative of the top California or top…

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…

April 15, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 112) • Page Image 9

….m., the Wolverines (5-4 Big Ten, 34-12-1 overall) will try to right their sinking ship as they start a 12- game homestand with a doubleheader against Penn State at Alumni Field. 9 The downward slide started…

…- nue as her team dropped both of the games against Iowa-the second one in humbling fashion, 15-4. Things get worse for the Wolverines when they traveled to West Lafayette and split a doubleheader with…

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, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 116) • Page Image 14

… Hutchins said. The Wolverines chances of ex- tending their streak looks probable given that Michigan has defeated the Nittany Lions in the teams' last 10 contests. The Wolverines are currently ranked third…

… Poll behind conference foes, Indiana (17th) and Iowa (20th). The Wolverines enter this weekend's games with a 7-2 mark against teams in the March 30 NCAA Top 25. This is the first time that Michigan has…

April 15, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 115) • Page Image 8

… difference last weekend when Minnesota shut down the Wolverines to take the last three games of their series. Michigan took a cue from the Gophers yesterday, silencing the Siena Heights bats with strong pitch…

… first career start for the Wolverines. His inexperience didn't show through, however, as Hollis blew by the Saints with seven strikeouts, al- lowing no runs and only five hits. On top of that, Hollis did…

…, the Wolverine offense gave Hollis plenty of breathing room, collecting nine hits and scoring in four of the six innings. Scott Timmerman led off the game with a single and Matt Copp reached on an error…

…, putting runners at first and second. Two batters later, Toby Brzoznowski smacked a single to notch his seventh and eighth RBI of the season. The Wolverines added another in the second, and then, after a 1…

… the fifth inning, that is, when the Saints scored their only run of the day with the help of two key errors by the Wolverines. Newton walked Bob Szczechow- ski, the brother of the game one loser, to…

… up three more hits, notching the 48th multiple-hit game of his ca- reer, and also stole three bases to move into a seventh-place tie on the Wolverine career steals list. Kevin Crociata chipped in with…

… a single and double to give the Wolverines nine hits for the game. Closer Todd Marion pitched the seventh, making quick work of the Saints on two groundouts and an See BASEBALL, Page 9 1 , # A Y4 ' i…

Wolverines swept the Saints, 7-0, 3-1, to even their record at 17-17. Softball takes two from MSU The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs presents the 1992 Student Recognition Awards Wednesday…

…. The Wolverines (8-2 Big Ten, 21-15 overall) started out slowly in the first game but managed to defeat the Spartans, 6-2. Junior Kari Kunnen led Michigan with two RBI and two runs. Kunnen went 2-for-2…

…, including a triple in the third inning which drove in senior Stacey Heams, to help the Wolverines come out on top. Rookie pitcher Kelly Kovach, who was named Big Ten Pitcher of the Week, recorded the victory…

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…

March 15, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 108) • Page Image 8

…8A - Thursday, March 15, 2012 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 8A - Thursday, March 15, 2012 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom Wolverines have done their job Three-hundred and sixty one…

… outperformed expectations. The 2010-11 Wolverines were expected to lurk in the depths of the Big Ten standings, but they instead got hot in the second half and tied for fourth. This got them into the NCAA Tourna…

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…

April 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 113) • Page Image 17

… *front 3-1. But Steinbach (3=2) settled down, pitching a seven-inning complete game and picked up the win, thanks to the Wolverines' pesky extra-inning play. .Michigan broke a 3-3 tie in the eighth inning…

…'s Mark Temple pitched a nine-inning complete game, giving up five, hits and two runs to pick up his sixth straight victory. His record stands at 6-3. The Wolverines' only loss came when Chris Pederson…

… off of Michigan's John Arvai. In the second game, Wolverine left fielder, Jason Alcaraz drove in the runs that broke the Wildcats' backs, driving a bases-loaded triple into the rightfield corner. to…

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…

March 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 95) • Page Image 9

… Sports Writer They faced every type of situation this season. The Wolverines experienced winning streaks, losing streaks, blowouts, and upsets. But yesterday they lost on a buzzer beater, one sce- nario…

… State 230.4-229.3 yesterday at Cliff Keen Arena. Both teams recorded their best score of the year. The Wolverines, who last weekend defeated No. 1 Penn State, became only the second team this year to…

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…

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…

March 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 95) • Page Image 16

…Page 8-The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- March 15,1993 DIVERS Continued from page 1 third in the 1-meter. In her first sea- son as a Wolverine, Zarse has al- ready established herself as a major…

… re- ally pleased with both of their per- formances." However, missing from the qualifiers was Wolverine tri-captain Margie Stoll whose bout with the flu hindered her diving. "Margie dove well on tower…

… but her sickness made it really difficult for her," Kimball said. "If she had felt better, she would have had a much better performance." On the men's side of the draw, the Wolverines achieved their…

… the mid- 270's. Finally, at Saturday's Michi- gan Invitational at Cliff Keen arena it came-- a season high 275.70. Time for celebration, right? Not quite. While the score excited the Wolverines, instead…

… finger on what it was. The kids were up for it and the facility was excellent - that brings you up also." Finishing behind the Flames and the Wolverines at the Invitational were Kent State (274.60), Temple…

… (272.85) and Western Michigan (269.75). Michigan's established its sea- son-breaking pace by the first event on the day - the floor exercise. Consistently a strength for the Wolverines all season…

…, Saturday's 47.25 score outdid all their efforts on the year. Raul Molina headed the floor exercise seasonahigh score with a 9.65, good for second place. However, the Wolverines lost some of their momentum by…

… for the Wolverines and he added solid efforts on three of the next four events. The Wolverines resurgence translated to quality scores in the final four events - still rings (46.80), vault (45…

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…

March 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 95) • Page Image 9

… Week Q&A Blame it on Niyo Baseball Men's Basketball Hockey Women's Basketball Gymnastics 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 5 6 8 .Blue goes West by Northwestern Wolverines to battle Chanticleers by Ryan Herrington…

Wolverines might be wise to rent one more title from the video store. For last year's NCAA runners-up to return to the Final Four, they might want to be familiar with the plot of "How the West Was Won…

… victory. Wolverine coach Steve Fisher knew his team would have to show up. Michigan (15-3 Big Ten, 26-4 overall) showed up, and then showed up Northwestern, 86-60, despite a strong first. half per- formance…

…-15, 8-19) were only down 35-31. However, Michigan's turnover parade - only one shy of the Wolverines' season- high of 21 - slowed down and its defense turned up and blew away the 'Cats, 86-60. Michigan…

… had the motivation of a top seed in the tournament - it sealed the top seed in the West re- gion with the victory - but coming off two overtime games, fatigue and a letdown bothered the Wolverines. "We…

…-60 victory . Talley drew standing ovations from the Crisler crowd for their years of work for the Wolverines. Hockey sweeps its way to the Joe * Wolverines dismantle Fighting Irish 13-2, 8-1 in CCHA first…

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…

April 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 118) • Page Image 10

… Grizzlies About as bad as I've seen us play,' Zahn says 'M' softball streak over at 33 games . By Michael Kern Daily Sports Writer For the second straight day, the Wolverines fell behind early at Ray…

… Fisher 'Stadium. And once again, Michigan was able to come back and tie the game. But unlike in Tuesday's 10-8 victory over Eastern Michigan, yesterday the Wolverines did not prevail in the end and fell to…

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…

September 15, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 124) • Page Image 14

… Writer The Michigan men's golf team will get its season underway by participat- ing in the first annual ReliaStar Colle- giate Golf Invitational in Dellwood, Minn., Sunday and Monday. The Wolverines will…

… teams. He expects the Wolverines to contend for the top spot. "This is a big-time tournament with a lot of quality teams," Carras said. "But I think we should be there in the end competing for the title…

Wolverine Invita- tional." By Monica Polakov Daily Sports Writer It's going to be a tough weekend for the Michigan volleyball team as it travels to Amherst, Mass., forthe Mas- sachusetts Invitational. In…

… addition to UMass, the Wolverines will play Syra- cuse and Brown. UMass, which was 27-8 last year is presently 4-3, will be the toughest competition of the tournament for Michigan (3-3). "Our goal is to go…

… in and get three wins," Michigan volleyball coach Greg Giovanazzi said. "But we're not healthy and our first match is against the best team." The Wolverines will play without key players Colleen Minuik…

…, Chereena Tennis and Karen Chase due to inju- ries. However, the Wolverines are not too worried. "We have so many great players," senior Shannon Brownlee said. "The six starters that we've had this year will…

… all continue to play." Giovanazzi is confident that Michi- gan will do well against Syracuse - the Wolverines are 3-0 against the Orangewomen since 1992 - and Brown, a school the Wolverines have never…

… is off to a slow start but is preparing to play the Wolver- ines. Both matches are important be- cause they will decide how Michigan's postseason will look. The Wolverines anticipate a strong…

… at beating them. "We've played them so many times and we've beaten them half of those times," Brownlee said. The Wolverines will also have to compete well against Ohio State and Penn State, who are…

… By Dorothy Chambers Daily Sports Writer There will be more than one Michi- gan team doing battle in Boston this weekend. While the Wolverines fightthe Eagles on the gridiron, the Michigan men's cross…

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… 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…

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… only Wolverine - from the men's or women's teams - to win an event; he scorched his competition in the 110-meter hurdles. A few second-place winners came from the crop as well: senior Felman Malveaux…

… weekend and the NCAA Championships the fol- lowing week, the Wolverines have no time to lament last week's indecent showing. But if the men and women har- riers think anything like junior Edzra Gibson, it…

… the Wolverines. For the men, Townsend - who runs the 800 meters and the 4x400-meter relay - anji Gardner are the ones to watch. Longe, already an NCAA qualifier, said she hopes the teams stays focused…

…. Blue golfers share fourth at conference tournament From Staff Reports The Michigan men's golf team tied for fourth place in the Big Ten Championships last weekend at State College. The Wolverines were…

…, Michigan's scores got progressively worse, with Sunday's final-round total of 313 drop- ping the Wolverines into a tie with Minnesota. Junior Brent Idalski was Michigan's highest finisher, tying for ninth…

… place with a four-round total of 297. The Wolverines' total of 1195 was 22 shots off the Buckeye pace. Ohio State held off Wisconsin to suc- cessfully defend its conference crown. Indiana finished third…

…, one stroke ahead of the Gophers and Wolverines. Ann Arbor Antiquarian Book Fair One Day Only Sunday, May 19th 11:00 a.m. - 5:00p.m. Michigan Union Ballroo - (2nd floor) ti 530S. State, corner of S…

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

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… 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…

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… 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…

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Wolverines head to Minnesota By David DenHerder laiiv Sports Writer The Michigan men's gymnastics team will kick off its second season under head coach Kurt Golder this Saturday at the Windy City Invitational…

… in Chicago. After a winless season in 1996, the Wolverines notched seven victories when Golder stepped in last year. Saturday's meet should give the team a good idea of where it stands his year. The…

April 15, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 159) • Page Image 7

… case yesterday for the Wayne State Tartars as they squandered numerous scoring chances in their 6-5 loss to the Michigan Wolverines at Fisher Stadium. The Wolverines, however, capitalized on their few…

… the Wolverines trailing 2-0. That is when Sabo sent a fastball from losing pitcher John Gerbe 400 feet over the center field fence for a two-run homer. "CHRIS HAD A SUPER day today," said Michigan coach…

… the Wolverine victory. The win pushed Michigan's record to 16-11. The Wolverines return to action today with a doubleheader at Western Michigan. Then they return home this weekend and resume the Big Ten…

… second baseman Jeff Paglino in yesterday's action at Fisher Stadium. The Wolverines went on to defeat the Tartars by a score of 6-5. SPORTS OF THE DAILY: Women netters breeze past Chips By TOM SHAHEEN No…

… on a neutral court." So while the Wolverines gained some confidence with yesterday's win over CMU, they will need a superior perfor- mance at alb positions in addition to that confidence if they expect…

… to make win- ning the Big Ten title a reality. Oliver Owens insists that the Wolverines' tennis arsenal will be ready. Women thinclads fourth While some members of the women's track team traveled to…

… very com- petitive meet, saw a number of out- standing performances turned in by Wolverines. Debbie Williams flung the javelin 157'11%" to capture that event and qualify for the AIAW nationals. Teammates…

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… 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…

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…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…

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… back a title-a title that iad eluded Wolverine tennis teams ince 1945. They were the underdogs, they :new it, and it made them more letermined. And while they talked if the final exams they were miss- ng…

… given in April, during the Easter vacation, when the netters went on their annual southern tour. The Wolverines captured three of four matches; the only loss being a 9-0 lacing at the hands of Tulane, one…

… a match that was curtailed by a heavy shower. A good-sized crowd was happily surprised to see the Wolverines hold the Hoosiers even. In fact, the-home team was slightly ahead when the rains came. Bob…

… silver cloud. The netters were handed two straight defeats, by Western Mich- igan and Michigan State. Then the Wolverines came back and went undefeated for the rest of the sea- son, capturing six matches…

… the Spartans. The first setto went to Michigan State, 8-1, and the second to the Wolverines by a count of 6-3. The scores, however, do not show how close and how hard fought the series was. Of the nine…

…-place finisher in the Big Ten meet. The Wolverines had high hopes as the season opened, but were plagued from the start by bad breaks. Harry Luchs, the 1952 con- ference parallel bars champion, sprained his thumb…

… conference crown. Even without Luchs, Michigan had no trouble winning its season opener against Notre Dame. Lee Krumbholz, Johnson, and Bill Wink- ler, the 1955 captain-elect, led the way as the Wolverines

… fortunes tumbled during the two weeks in- terlude between semesters, as the NEWT LOKEN ... gymnastics coach Michigan men were able to salvage only one win in three meets. The Wolverine gymnasts opened the…

… to perform the routine. Winkler, also adding to his reper- toire, captured the trampoline win to give Michigan five victories in the six events. The boom was lowered at Illi- nois, where the Wolverines

Wolverines. Iowa handed Michigan another defeat, this time by a narrow 481- 47% score. The Michigan loss was a surprise, since the Hawkeyes had not been regarded very highly in pre-season forecasts. The new…

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… and 363 days to be exact) since the Wolverines last danced. In 2001, then-coach Sue Guevara led Michigan to its second-consecutive berth. The Wolverines have been searching for a chance to dance ever…

…'s road to March is a bit longer and has more than a few details. Michigan women's basketball B.K.B (before Kevin Borseth): When Guevara arrived in Ann Arbor in 1996, the Wolverines hadn't had a date to the…

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… 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…

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… hands full with Ferris State for the third straight game. Last weekend, the Wolverines squeaked out a des sweep of the Bulldogs. F Icers wary of Ferris. Ul Dog Pound leads Buckeye turnaround By Josh…

Wolverines make the trip to Ferris State tonight to meet the Bulldogs for the third time in eight days, and will be greeted by the rau- cous canine crowd known as the Dog und. Although the name is a copy of…

… with a loss to Illinois the previ- ous week, marked a Wolverine free-fall in the conference standings to the sev- enth spot. In the loss to Minnesota, the Wolverines mustered their poorest offen- sive…

…- son, Guevara is hoping that new combi- nations of players could help ignite a resurgent offensive effort while restoring a Wolverine squad that still has the bulk of its Big Ten season left to play. "We…

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… surprise, then, that the and Jessica Lang. .10 Wolverines (11-2 Big Ten, 34- Wisconsin jumped back ahead 10 overall) swept this weekend's in the fourth, and the Wolverines three-game series with the Badgers…

… finish the Griffin, on the other hand, has b sweep, 5-1. Tracy Carr was the top a model of consistency. Wolverine at the plate. She In 18 innings pitched, went 2-for-4 with a double allowed two earned and…

… an RBI. on I1 hits - not to n With this weekend's Mae tion her game-winn victories, the Wolverines softball double in the bottom o moved within one game eighth Saturday night in the loss column of…

… makes it 1 After notching one run in the top of like a Wolverine cakewalk. But it the first of Saturday's nightcap, the more of a Badger gift. Badgers made use of two Wolverine Only two of Michigan's 10…

… -that catch ended up saving ting five errors in the inning. the game," Michigan coach Carol Combined with a two-RBI sin Hutchins said. by Conrad and an RBI single by C The Wolverines battled back in the…

… the Wolverines sent seven run bottom of the second. home. After Cathy Davie singled to right "Wisconsin did get some mon field, catcher Jennifer Smith gave tumn going - they can beat yc fchigan a rare…

…. to obtain perfection "Alabama had a night that they will never have Michigan had a g ain," Plocki said. indicated by its sco The Wolverines will surely be hoping that Ala- nearly as flawless a bama won…

… jam and gela out mit- ingle arr, ners men- ouus uni- Despite the fact that Michigan pitcher John Arval surrendered a grand slam in a 5-3 loss to Northwestern Saturday, the Wolverines took three of four…

… Goldstein Daily Sports Writer EVANSTON -The Michigan baseball team is starting to get the hang of this. It doesn't matter how you score the runs, it's how many runs you score. The Wolverines scrapped their…

… eight innings and 5-2. The Wolverines remain on top of the Big Ten with a 12-4 record, leading Illinois by a half game. Michigan displayed aggressive hitting at the plate and heads-up running on the…

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