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February 16, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 100) • Page Image 8

… provided the dagger that not only quieted the gym but also finished off the upset- hungry Wolverines, 59-54. Purdue guard Katie Gearlds drilled a 3-pointer to put her team ahead by five with 58 seconds…

… remaining and ended any realistic chance of Michi- gan winning its first game against a ranked opponent since 2004. Though Gearlds finished with a game-high 21 points, the Wolverines did a much better job of…

February 16, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 95) • Page Image 9

… of four road trips the Wolverines (6-7 Big Ten, 16-10 overall) will make in their final six games. Entering the game, Michigan had just one road win, a 72-66 victory over Indiana on Jan. 7. Michigan…

… early in the season, the two early fouls would have been frustrating. But yesterday, he stayed positive. He came out looking possessed in the second half, scoring the Wolverines' first nine points of the…

February 16, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 77) • Page Image 8

… showed up to Crisler Arena last night. And for the first time in two weeks, it brought =ys^ a" ° its defense with it.- 11GN 0 The Wolverines used stifling defense out of the gate to jump out to an 18…

… defense. Going out there and playing hard. "We needed to have it. We needed to iron some things out and get things off our chest." Did they ever. The Wolverines (7-5 Big Ten, 17-6 overall) entered the game…

… on a three- game losing streak. During that streak, they had allowed over 90 points per 'TO"MM'O' G ' The Wolverine defense shut down Minnesota, holding the Gophers to just 35.7 percent from the field…

… past three games, Wolverine fans became all to familiar with their team falling back into a zone, allowing its opponents to drain open 3-pointers. It seemed like Michigan coach Tommy Amaker wasn…

…'t willing to trust his team to play man defense without Lester Abram, Dion Har- ris and Jerret Smith. But last night, Amaker stuck with a gritty man-to-man defense, and the Wolverines sur- rendered just six…

… W offensive possessions with well below 10 seconds The Si on the shot clock. Both time, the Wolverines didn't let the Gophers settle into a comfort zone. Michigan played arguably its best defensive…

… half of the year. But, this resurgence leads me to one question. Where has this kind of intensity and effort been the last three games? Don't get me wrong. The Wolverines desperately needed to right a…

… State and Purdue defi- nitely proved that. Maybe the Wolverines had their heads in the sky after joining the top 25 for the first time since 1998. Talk circled that Michigan finally had meshed its talent…

… with its play on the court. Two weeks ago, the Wolverines seemed not just a lock to make the NCAA Tournament but also a frontrunner for the Big Ten crown. Then they ran into Iowa, Ohio State and lowly…

… returned to the Wolverines last night. They played loose but intense. They didn't force shots but actually ran a semblance of an offense. Junior Brent Pet- way electrified the crowd when he skied to block…

February 16, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… delivered a ones point loss to the Hawkeyes on their home court for the second consecutive year, The Wolverines dropped Iowa NIGHT EDITOR: ELLIOTT BERRY out of the conference race with the 86-85 victory and…

…. minutes to lead 22-12. leading scorer with 27 points, 10 The Wolverines had gone up by But the Hawks made a swift coming on goaltending calls on nine points at 84-75 on steals by comeback, scaring the…

… of Pete Fichuck; Rich Yurich, and Bill Klatt com- bined to . beat Wolverine goalie Jim Keough, this time with Fi- chuck doing the honors. In ' the second period, Mike Kurtz, who was espeically…

February 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 77) • Page Image 9

… press confer- ence started, the questions began - questions about the Wolverines' 4-2 vic- tory, the naive sports fan would assume. Maybe some questions about 4 the multiple 9 Northern break- aways…

… into a solid two-way player and uck carrier. Maybe even a question about the scrappy, rough style of play the Wildcats used to harass the Wolverines into mak- ing sloppy passes for much of the night. It…

February 16, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 97) • Page Image 14

Wolverines' confer- ence schedule isn't as intimidating as the first half. But with home games against Michigan State and Wisconsin, and road games at Indiana and North- western, it's almost a guarantee that…

… teams. The Wolverines knocked off Penn State on the road. The game was note- worthy because it was Michigan's only road win since Big Ten play began, but at the same time, Penn State's program right now…

February 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 77) • Page Image 16

… Michigan men's gymnastics team tasted Big Ten victory for the first time in two years. And how sweet it was. The Wolverines (1-5) blew out No. 17 Minnesota, 226.85-222.575, en route to their first dual…

… to the team's week off before the contest. Originally slated to take on No. 6 Ohio State in Columbus last weekend, a scheduling change allowed the 11 th-ranked Wolverines more time to focus their…

February 16, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 95) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com February 16, 2009 - 3B Back-end players carry Blue in Big Ten matches Wolverines find believes the success this weekend will help build the team's confi…

…-play format helped participated in the event. Before Michigan this weekend, because this weekend, the Wolverines had the Wolverines' back-end players' not finished second or better in a outplayed their…

February 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 95) • Page Image 11

…. We have to respect them a great deal." On Sunday, No. 15 Northwestern will provide a difficult game for the Wolverines. In January, the Wildcats (18-2, 9-1) stomped on Michigan, 92- 62. "They're in…

… Looking back is always a lot easier than looking ahead. Looking back, one can say Michigan should have beaten Indiana and Iowa on the road. Now looking ahead, the Wolverines face their biggest road…

… Wolver- ines with a 19.6 average. The inside game will be a battle though, with Ohio State frosh phen- om, Jimmy Jackson, taking on the Wolverine big men. Jackson, last week's Big Ten Player of the Week…

…. The Wolverines will compete against Ohio State tomorrow in Michigan's final dual meet of the season. They aren't worried, though. "This is a last chance tune up before the Big Tens... but there real- ly…

… trailed. With Michigan leading 53-50, Robinson made a layup and a three- point shot and Mills made two short jumpers to give the Wolverines a 12-point lead with 10:10 left. But Minnesota then went on a 16…

February 16, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 96) • Page Image 7

… Jordan Taylor to graduation, the Wolverines looked to their bullpen to find a replacement for the record-set- ting pitcher. Last weekend, they just may have found her. Freshman pitcher Sara Dries- enga…

…-Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors, which she shared with Iowa shortstop Megan Blank, as well as a spot on the All-Tournament team with three other Wolverines. Having to fill the large shoes of Taylor - a…

… and greatness. With the first, he recognizes the importance of mastering the basics. "Make the routine play rou- tinely," Maloney said, quoting former Wolverine Barry Larkin. He then elaborated on the…

… Merriman returned to Michigan's coaching staff after spending much of his career in the major leagues. Merriman came to Michigan for single-season appearances in 1995 and 2002. The Wolverines hope that he…

… all 54 games for the Wolverines. More notably, he also led the league with 30 sto- len bases, which broke Biondi's freshman record. Michigan had the one-two punch in that catego- ry, with Biondi…

… Pittsburgh, Seton Hall and West Virginia this weekend. All of those teams rank significantly higher than Michigan. But the Wolverines will take the chip on their shoulders south to Florida with the confidence…

February 16, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 95) • Page Image 12

… front of his father Boris, who traveled from Sweden to see his son play this weekend. Nine Wolverines score in sweep Barnes, Pruitt, McNamara and Forys light up Akron Open By ROGER SAUERHAFT Daily…

… recent return to the Michigan men's track and field team and his continuing return to All-American form gave the 13th- ranked Wolverines a much-need- ed boost at the non-scoring Akron Open on Saturday…

…- er for kneeing just Berens six minutes into the contest. Two minutes into the major, a Wolverine boarding pen- alty gave Nebraska-Omaha a 5-on-3 advantage. The Mavericks found the back of the net twice…

… in the period and the team took a total of eight penalties in the first 21 minutes of the game. The high number of penalties burdened the Wolverines' typically solid penalty- kill unit and disrupted…

… what happened," Berenson said. "I ters," Berenson said. "It doesn't matter who scores, you just need goals." This mentality has translated into a 10-2 second-half run and catapulted the Wolverines from a…

… and played hard despite the officiat- ing and despite the adversity." The Wolverines haven't had many of these types of games. Michigan is just 7-8 on the season when giving up the first goal. Of those…

… withthe sweep and Alaska's loss Friday. The Wolverines will receive a first-round bye and home-ice advantage for the CCHA Tournament quarterfinal round in early March. But that doesn't mean they'll relax…

…, outcheck them. "This is what it's going to be like every weekend. Hopefully we can take our game to another level." overtook Notre Dame in the Pair- Wise this weekend. That means the Wolverines would get the…

February 16, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 97) • Page Image 13

…, pushing her into third place on Michigan's career scoring list. Nittany Lions take out frustration on Wolverines By Eric Ambinder Daily Sports Writer STATE COLLEGE - Coming off its worst loss of the…

… season at Minnesota last Sunday, the Penn State women's basketball team had seven days worth of frustration to take out on Michigan. Conversely, the Wolverines had just two days of rest following their…

February 16, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 84) • Page Image 10

…-78 upset over No. 25 Iowa. The Wolverines' effort shadowed that of Smith, meaning a slothful start but a beastly finish. Smith ge IowA 78 "turned the c MH N ball over f MICHIGAN 80 the first three times she…

… before half-time, the Wolverines felt their 40-28 deficit wasn't unmanageable. "Neither did Iowa. If you have a lead, that doesn't mean anything," Iowa's Jennie Lillis said. "'You've got to keep going with…

February 16, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 84) • Page Image 11

… Bloomington. The Wolverines amassed 203 points to lead the meet by 28 after the first five events. Host team Indiana has been a surprise and stands second, while Penn State is currently third. "Indiana swam out…

…." The freestyle sprints were also a strong point for the Wolverines. Michigan earned 62 points in the 50- yard freestyle, behind a 2-3-4 finish from Crisman, Arsenault, and Laura (aznecki. The same four…

February 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 77) • Page Image 12

… A: 6,369 applause. V Yet, when the Wildcats forced the game into overtime, and the Wolverines were in danger of a dis- astrous loss, the term "Senior Day" took on a whole new mean- ing. Led by center…

… the conference-door- mat Gophers and repaying the Buckeyes for an earlier home loss are likely musts if the Wolverines want to nail down an NCAA Tournament bid. The same can be some noise in the…

February 16, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 95) • Page Image 8

…8A - Wednesday, February 16, 2011 The Michigan Daily -- rnichigandaily.com Wolverines look to overcome B an imposing Illini frontcourt Michigan travels NTERVIEW BY to Assembly Hall, LUKE PASCH Lri…

… the current players were enroll- ing in kindergarten. Tonight, the Wolverines (6-7 Big Ten, 16-10 overall) are hoping to hand the Fighting Illini their third home loss of the season. If Michigan can…

February 16, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 97) • Page Image 11

…. For the eight Michigan natives who played in yesterday's game, team and individual bragging rights were on the line. The Wolverines and the Spartans play only twice between October and March, but these…

… the season. Six Wolverines hail from the state, and they all played well. Antoine Joubert (Detroit) had his best game in a long time, with 19 points on eight-of-14 shooting. Glen Rice (Flint) had 16…

… beat everyone they play if they play like that." Since the Spartans' loss at Cisler Arena on Jan. 15, Johnson las had a mission. Wolverine defensive stalwart Grant held } Johnson, who averages 22…

… domination in the paint. MSU shot 30 of 37 from the free throw line while Michigan hit eight of 12. 'he Spartans also shot 58 percent Lom the field to the Wolverines 56 percent. "The ABC: camera probably…

February 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 77) • Page Image 14

… clear mission: divide and conquer. w The Wolverines accomplished their goal, deliv- ehitg solid performances all around at both this weekend's Husker and Cannon Invitationals. "Michigan coach James Henry…

… effort the Wolverines put forth. "The purpose of the meets was to compete two days straight," Henry said, indicating he wanted his runners to experience competing with tired legs the second day. Despite…

February 16, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 98) • Page Image 9

… Ailing cagers prepare for Boilermakers BY JULIE HOLLMAN It's a good thing the eligibility of the Michigan basketball team doesn't depend on a February physical. If it did, the Wolverines would flunk out…

Wolverines (18-5 overall, 6-4 Big Ten) are faced with repairing their damaged psyche after last weekend's loss to Minnesota. On the other hand, the Boilermakers' marked improvement has Frieder weary despite…

… season's 99-88 Wolverine victory in West Lafayette. W omen swimmers, N'western battle for league title BY JAY MOSES The party is at our house this year, and the weekend has finally arrived. The Michigan…

…." Northwestern coach Kathy Wickstrand- Macintosh was not about to let some stat sheet put the pressure on her team to finish ahead of Michigan, especially since the Wolverines beat the Wildcats 77-60 when the two…

… met in Evanston January 7. "They're awesome," Wickstrand-Macintosh said of the Wolverines. "They've got a lot of talented girls." Richardson and junior Gwen DeMaat also pointed to Minnesota as a source…

… of formidable competition for the meet. "Minnesota scares me," DeMaat said. "This is the first time we've seen them because we don't get to swim them in a dual (meet)." Richardson said the Wolverines

February 16, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 114) • Page Image 9

…. And although Gregory didn't face the Wolverines the first time out for the same reason, Mathews was instrumental in Wisconsin's first half play which left them deadlocked with Michigan at the…

… guards against the Wolverine defense this year. THE REMAINDER of the Badger lineup remains as it was in the' initial contest; Chrnelich and Bill Pearson at the forwards, rotund freshman Larry Petty in the…

… conference leader Michigan State in a rare 4:30 energy advanced game. At 8-4, the Boilermakers are just one game ahead of the Wolverines and hold down a crucial third place spot. Minnesota at 9-3 in second…

… wild card bid. A WOLVERINE WIN coupled with a Purdue loss would knot the teams in a tie for third with Michigan traveling to Indiana on Saturday and the Boiler- makers facing an equally formidable foe…

…. But Orr is powerless to affect the outcome of the other contests this evening, and at the moment Wisconsin is a 'must' if the Wolverines plan on travelling at all after March 2. "This is the toughest…

…. The "big" meet will start at 2 p.m. The Wolverines are 1-2 in the Big Ten while the Spartans are 2-1. Last year, MSU edged out Michigan at East Lansing by a score of 63-60. This defeat was Michigan…

…'s first and last of the season. Then, two weeks later, the Spartans turned it on and once again beat out the Wolverines in the Big Ten Championships, by 26.5 team points to finish third.while Michigan…

… record of 4-1 in the Big Ten. But, they weren't that impressive. However, they managed to turn it on during the Michigan meet and edged out the Wolverines.- "State has been a much better team at the end of…

… the season than at the beginning. The attitude of my swim- mers is good, but they've got the ex- perience," commented Stager. Freshman sensation Fernando Canales will lead the way for the Wolverines

February 16, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 78) • Page Image 9

… wins, the Michi- gan women's tennis team is making quite a racket. After victories over Western gMichigan, Miami (Ohio) and Iowa, the Wolverines hosted Minnesota last weekend and beat the Gophers, 8…

Wolverines are looking for revenge against No.12 Kentucky. "(The Wildcats) will definitely be challenging," Sarah Cyganiak said. "Last year they only won, 6-3, so I think we stand a good chance of beat- ing…

February 16, 1947 (vol. 57, iss. 92) • Page Image 6

… himself well and his attack worked fine until t his knee." Our Specialty.. 3 -HOUR DRY CLEANING 2-DAY REGULAR SERVICE CLEANERS 3 E 1 3 BILL COURTRIGHT --Deter- mined Wolverine wrestling cap- tain…

… of strength the Wolverine wrestlers bat- tled to the final horn in dropping a heartbreaker to the fighting Illini, rated one of the top teams in the country, by a narrow 15-11 margin before a record…

…-Shapiro bout but Captain Norm Anthonisen and Chuck Gottfried came through for the Orange and Blue in the final matches to put the meet on, ice. John Keller, who made his third appearance for the Wolverines this…

… season at 121-pounds, dropped his match to Dean Ryan of Ilin is by a score. of 9-3. Wolverine Jm Smith earned his second victory by outpointing Illinois' John McCar- thy 6-5 in the 128-pound clash. In his…

Wolverine debut, Michi- gan's 136-pounder Ed Grimes de- feated~ the Illini's Bill Hinton, 8-4. Joe Garcia of Illinois earned a 7-2 decision over Michigan's Phil Carl- son in the 145-pound match. Hugh Mack…

…, regular Wolverine 175- pounder, lost to Conference champ Norm Anthonisen, 4-0. Heavy- weight Dan Dworsky bowed out 4-1 to Gottfried of Illinois in the final bout. BASKETBALL SCORES Western Reserve 54, Wayne…

February 16, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 95) • Page Image 7

… by a Spar- Matchup: tan defense that Indiana 9-16; wouldn't let the Michigan Wolverines get into any sort of When: rhythm, hold- Wednesday ing his team 7 P.M. to one of their Where: worst offensive…

…." Luckily for Borseth and Michi- gan, the Wolverines host the worst defensive teams in the conference on Wednesday in Indiana. The Hoosiers allow almost 68 points per game, which is worst in the Big Ten, and…

… staff re-evaluates everyone's positioning on the team and where they fit into the lineup following every weekend series. And since he's not within the top-four Wolverine defense- man, Bennett's playing…

… slowing her down will be key for the Wolverines. The other two main senior con- tributors are forward Hope Elam and guard Whitney Lindsay, who each average close to 10 points per game. The issue for Indiana…

… spread things out offensively and get its offense into a rhythm, something the Wolverines struggled mightily with against the Spartans. Michigan's struggles this year have usually been defensive, but…

… against Michigan State, it was the other wayaround. Playing Indiana could be the Wolverines chance to right the offensive ship, as they should be able to take advantage of the Hoosiers lack of defense…

Wolverines definitely have those consistent performers. They admit they have no super- stars, yet the team has seemingly dominated its competition in individual events swum regularly by just two swimmers…

… performanc- es can just be seen as consistent point-earners for the Wolverines, they also serve as invaluable con- fidence boosters too, especially in Madwed's eyes. "Growing up, I used to just go out as hard…

…," Douville said. "You know, it'll be interesting to see what happens and how people go against these guys come next week (at Big Tens)." For these two Wolverines next week, consistencyiskey. But,then again…

February 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 77) • Page Image 15

… because they had already registered Big Ten- Championship qualifying times earlier in the season. In fact, only two Wolverines raced in the weekend- long tournament: senior Chris Laskowski and sophomore Jay…

… gross- ly overshadow the Michigan Open. In two weeks, the Wolverines will shoot for their 1 Ith conference title in 12 years, and they'll need all the rest they can get. "Laskowski's was just an easy…

… next weekend at Munn Ice Arena and Joe Louis Arena, Wolverine-Spartan hatred should approach a feverish pitch. As fascinating as he may appear from a distance, the man who wears only a biker's cap and an…

… can be reached via e- mail at msnyder~jumnich.e l MARGARET MYERS/Daily Shannon Shakespeare was relaxing at home instead of swimming in the Michigan Open, but she hopes to lead the Wolverines to a 12th…

February 16, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 78) • Page Image 8

… said. "He's going to get 20 plus minutes every game." With all of the new talent on this year's team, people questioned Fisher on why the Wolverines weren't having the same success as the last big…

…, the Wolverines would have little time to concentrate on classes anyway. The four games over the break round out the Big Ten schedule for Michigan (3-9 Big Ten, 8-14 overall) and will determine how it is…

February 16, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 113) • Page Image 10

… Al Berger and his career as a Michigan gymnast. While competing for the Wolverines, this quiet, reserved athlete from Roslyn, New York has proven himself to be one of coach Newt Loken's most consistent…

… struggling Wolverines. After this Herculean effort was almost completed, Turner, who in all tallied a career high 22 points, illustrated for the 5,331 folks gathered the true intensity he plays with…

…. Berger ... ring specialist M synchs swim to_ A second atI By JOE CHAPELLE The Wolverine synchronized swim-. ming team placed second Saturday at a meet hosted by Richmond, garnering a total of 100 points…

… FOOD ONLY GM 1C t-". .Iichmond' the Wolverine women by taking first place in the junior figures with a score of 37.73. Teammate Darra Boyer was not far behind, however, scoring 37.43 points to earn a…

February 16, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 88) • Page Image 3

… Michigan traci- fans in the dual meet between the Wolverines and the Illini, with the opening of the field events scheduled for 2:00 p.m. and the track events begin- nilig half an hour later. LAZ TURNED the…

… preparation for the dual meet against Iowa's Hawkeyes Saturday in the varsity pool. The Wolverines returned to Ann Arbor with a road trip record of two victories and one defeat. Both Minnesota a n d…

… Ris, Iowa brings a powerful aggregation to$Ann Ar- bor. Earlier in the season the Hawk- eyes were defeated by Big Ten Champs Ohio State in a close meet. Last year Iowa upset the Wolverine natators to…

…. taught him the winning tricks which he has imparted to the Wol- verines. * * * THE VICTORY came in true Wolverine fashion. Being 39-41 going into the last event, the Lokenmen scored a clean sweep of the…

…. Individual stars of the meet were the Wolverines' Pete Barthell and the Gophers' Doug Sorenson, both of whom compiled 15 team points. Herb Loken, brother of the Michigan coach and co-captain. of the Minnesota…

… outfit was run- ner-up with 13 points. Connie Ettl was in the second place slot in team points for Michigan with 10. * * * BARTHELL and Buchanan ac- counted for the Wolverines' three firsts. Pete was the…

February 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 77) • Page Image 13

Wolverine. In fact, it could be argued that no one enjoys the notion of an added scoring punch more than Muckalt, whose scoring has tailed off lately. The senior has been targeted by teams in the past few…

… Saturday's game, but may be ready against Michigan State. his career and placed him 10th on the all-time list. After a goal on Saturday, 1B he moved into ninth place. e Wolverines all But the biggest story…

… season. n Friday. The . This week the Wolverines prepare d to hold a strong for a two-game title-fight showdown ngle goal on only against No. 3 Michigan State that that featured per- may determine the CCHA…

… has 799 career vic- e left side. Kosick tories. Just one victory over the long enough for Wolverines is all he needs to capture revor Prior to go No. 800. ted the shot over "You can look at it two ways…

…. Everyone, that is, except the Wolverines. Sure, the Michigan players are looking forward to this week- end's series against the Spartans. How could they not anticipate one of the greatest rivalries in…

… college hockey? They've had Feb. 20-21 circled on their calendars for months now. But Saturday night against Northern, the Wolverines were focused on one thing: beating the Wildcats. That was why, despite…

… some sloppy mistakes, they were able to win. And that's hy, Michigan is on top of the CCHA. It could have been different. With the Northern matchup sandwiched between two crucial contests, the Wolverines

… could have easily overlooked the CCHA's latest addition. Friday night against Miami, Michigan didn't need any spark. After getting swept by the RedHawks in Oxford, the Wolverines were primed for revenge…

… competition, has stumbled to fifth in the CCHA. The Wildcats split a two-game series with Wolverines earlier in the season at Marquette, but Northern's victory wasn't exactly decisive. Factor that in with…

… fatigue caused by Michigan's tough win over Miami the night before, and the Wolverines could've used one of a number of excuses to slack off against the Wildcats. The operative word in the last sentence was…

February 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…, hard-fought hockey game, Michigan's Wolverines top- pled the MSU Spartans 7-2 at the Coliseum last night. This was a key victory for the' Blue,'putting them in sole posses-1 sion of first place after…

… Colorado College beat Minnesota 8-4, Fri- day night. The win gave the Wolverines a weekend sweep, as they beat the Spartans in East Lansing, Friday night, 2-0. It gave Michigan its sixteenth victory with…

… Michigan's key win in the heavyweight match held off a late Iowa rally here yesterday after- noon as the Wolverine wrestlers won their sixth straight Big Ten meet, 15-9. The Wolverines led 12-9 going into…

… three minutes suffered! a quick reversal that evened the score going into the final stanza. The Wolverine junior then countered the Iowan with a rever- sal, two takedowns, and a, point of riding tmie to…

Wolverines won three straight. Hawkeye Morris Barnhill jump- ed Iowa into an early 3-0 lead with a 7-5 decision over Ralph Bahna in the 123-pound match. Bahna's escape at the opening Nice Heavie 123-lbs…

February 16, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 97) • Page Image 11

… led the way for the Wolverines, placing first on both the still rings (9.35) and paral- S .3' lel bars (9.0). He also claimed .a second-place finish on vault and a third-place finish on floor. "It felt…

… week later, does very well, and this may have been the best meet he's had since he's been here." For the rest of the Wolverines, the meet had its ups and downs as the team struggled to stay on top of its…

… win in doubles play. Carey Rubin notched his 20th-career sin- gles win in the No. 6 spot. Jackson was the only Wolverine to struggle Saturday, dropping his match to Freddy Gomez, 7-5,6-4. "Obviously…

February 16, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 97) • Page Image 15

… rotation, which the Wolverines competed on the floor exercise and Utah took on the balance beam. On the floor exercise, Michigan seemed to be scoring in pairs. Fresh- man Carol McNamara and senior Christine…

… Michigan. Even though Michigan trailed head- ing into the final event, the Wolverines approached the event just as they would have had they been ahead. Coach Bev Plocki said she did not feel the need to tell…

…, Roy had been battling with fellow Wolverine R.J. Boudro for the starting spot on Michigan's roster at 174 pounds. But Roy might have ended the debate yesterday when he prevented DeNisco from escaping at…

… through the program and represent Michigan well." MIKE HULSEBUS/Daily Michigan senior Calli Ryals paced the Wolverines by winning the all-around competition. She ended her performance with a nearly…

… busier after the Wolverines competed this weekend at the Sykes-Sabok Challenge Cup in State College, Penn. Michigan automatically qualified athletes in two more events for Nationals. The distance medley…

… relay was the highlight of the weekend for the Wolverines. Michigan won the race by 17 seconds, coming in at 9:29.79, more than five seconds less than the qualifying mark. The performance was a mere .03…

… second off of the automatic standard, but his 1:49.13 per- formance makes him a provisional qualifier in the event. Jeff Porter was the other provisional qualifier for the Wolverines, qualifying in the 60…

… effort boosted the Wolverines ahead of the Chippewas and Kent State. Every point counted as 17 different athletes earned points for the Maize and Blue. In the field, sophomore Adam Kring and freshmen…

February 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 95) • Page Image 10

… individual performances that haven't been solidified yet. Other than that, it's basically a rest." Friday's non-scoring meet pits the Wolverines against the usual crop of Michigan schools as well as a few…

Wolverines played wo game decently but were overmatched in both games, losing 5-3 and 11-4. ome-and- "We got down early in that first all with a game but got back into it," Berenson and have said. "However, we…

… senior Tony Hunter squares off against Wolverine frosh phenom Joey Gilbert. Ex- perience is not necessarily an advan- tage, however, as Gilbert has come out on top in their two previous meetings. "We…

… at 150 pounds, where Wolverine Larry Gotcher, ranked sixth nationally, faces Brian Dolph, ranked second. Their only previous match this season was in November, where Dolph defeated Gotcher, 1-0, at the…

…. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, though, Amine suffered an injury to his left knee which may keep him out of Sunday's meet. If he is unable to perform, speculation is that Jirp Fcldkamp will replace him. '4 In…

February 16, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 113) • Page Image 7

… goals-the In the third period, it was Jeff Mars coach, has the script down pat. last one with 1:18 remaining-to send who gave the Wolverines their second "Michigan and Notre Dame have had the game into…

… mappingwith the Wolverines 1ghtingMihome played a sensational game in the seconds to be exact. Bill Rothstein nbeaten streak when Dave Poulin nets-he made 51 saves-Farrell had to picked up a loose puck in front…

…. His Wolverine thinclads accomplished it by qualifying its distance medley relay team for the AIAW National Indoor Championships, just barely finishing two seconds under the standards. "That gives us…

… first place finishes on the day, scoring 77 points to Central Michigan's 55. Michigan is now 3-2 in dual meets. The Wolverines placed first in the 600 yard run (Dede Key), 60 yard dash (Turner), shot put…

… Heikkinen was running the anchor leg of the medley for Michigan, and when he received the baton the Wolverines were in a distant sixth place behind Bowling Green State. Within three legs of the eight lap mile…

…, Greg and Tim; the 300 had three Wolverines qualifying, as Darryl Gholston paced teammates Butch Woolfolk and Ron Feaster with his 31.18; and Dan Beck will be running in today's 1,000 final. The evening…

February 16, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 115) • Page Image 7

… Ten bas- ketball season, there are. always many "big games." But what could be the biggest of them all takes place today at Assembly Hall, when the Michigan Wolverines take on the Hoosiers of Indiana…

… even more sccinct: "If Indiana gets by us, they're going to be damn tough to beat." But, as Orr and the entire Wolverine team know, Indiana's going to be damn tough to beat today in their own arena. The…

…. Of course, the Wolverines have been flying high of late, too. Michigan has won five straight games since its only confer- Indiana in crucial contes ence loss to Purdue, and the Wolverines also own…

… FRED UPTON "No doubt about it. Michigan's the best," exclaimed Wolverine mat mentor Rick Bay after his top-ranked Maize and Blue de- molished the fourth-rated Wiscon- sin Badgers 24-9 before close to 3…

… escape - plus - riding 2-0 stayedc whitewash of B a d g e r Frank Horswill Davies. , suffering Wolverine Dave Curby, disap- nn a gan pointed at not being able to face 5-2 deci Wisconsin's t o u g h 190…

…. Until he iatie's The only two Wolverine losses were suffered by Bill Schuck at defend- 142 and 12-pounder Rich Val- Vatch ley. chuck's 12-1 superior deci- smash Badgers s " s " fully furnished…

February 16, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 90) • Page Image 3

… RDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1952 THE MICHIGAN, DAILY THE MICHIGAN~ DAILY Colorado College Defeats Puckmen in * s * * # $ * * Hartwell Leads Tigers, Scoring Two Big Goals Tight Game Wolverine Court…

… their chances, and we didn't." Heyliger also praised Ken Kinsley, Colorado goalie, who managed to get in front of 23 Wolverine shots. "He's the best we've faced this season," said Hey- liger. In detail…

…- counter yet for the Wolverines. The Spartans, conquered only by powerful Ohio State this sea- son, will be at full strength while Matt Mann's crew will be minus three crack performers, all ineli- gible for…

… FORWARD EARL KEYES FLEET FOURSOME: Thinelads Out for Record at State Relays Wolverines To Wrestle NU Matmen By ED SMITH EAST LANSING - Coach Don Canham's Wolverine thinclads will try to turn the Spartans…

… watched, the Wolverine distance medley group of Carroll, Jacobi, Ross, and McEwen will be out to break the world's record time of 10:08.9 set at last year's meet by a Michigan quartet. Four other Maize and…

… Michigan's top dash man. His loss for future meets could seriously impair thea Wolverine's chances in the Big Ten Meet in March. Bill Barton, promising sopho- more quarter miler, who ivll re- place him today…

February 16, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 97) • Page Image 10

… games last weekend, leading Michigan to a -8-2, 7-3 sweep of Alaska-Fairbanks at Yost Ice Arena. With a five-game unbeaten streak and a 6-2-1 record in their last nine games, the Wolverines also have…

… was happy to see his Wolverines continue to play with confidence, but noted that they played down to the level of their non-league opponents. "We'll have to play better against Bowling Green next week…

… all," said Michigan head coach Bud Van De Wege. The last three minutes of the game belonged to Wolverine for- ward Lorea Feldman. With Michigan leading by only two points, the junior picked up a rebound…

…-to-coast layup Green and give the Wolverines a nine- point halftime lead, their biggest; since December. She had game- and, career-high six steals and 22 points., "(Earlier in the season) I had lost. confidence…

February 16, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 117) • Page Image 7

… extraordinary performances. There was only one problem, the Wolverines came out on the short end, losing to the Spartans, 190.8- 190.425. Still, the season is far from over. The Wolverines lost to the Spar- tans…

… both the Wolverines' side horse and floor exercise squads missed while the Spartans re- ceived 27.15 and 27.90 respectively. Part of the 2-point difference after the first three events could have made up…

February 16, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 95) • Page Image 10

…I 2B - February 16, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Wolverines need to look to the future to salvage this season ROB MIGRIN/Da iy The Michigan baseball team's games in Florida should…

… World. The "most magical place on Earth" is less than two hours away. There will probably be tons of Wolverine fans and alums at Disney World. Of course, most of them will be there with their small…

… court, the Wolverines don't have to wait for rhythm to find them. She creates rhythm for them. "She's good in traffic," Borseth said last week. "She can shoot well. She passes well. She sees the floor…

…, running the in the game and the momen- ke any pure point guard tum finally shifting back in . That mentality carried Michigan's favor, the Wolverines to the beginning of this looked like their offense was…

… smiled like he rarely does during a game. Sure, he didn't know the Wolverines would lose the game in the last minute like they have so many times this season, and that smile would disappear soon enough…

… Michigan women's basketball team's game last night at Crisler Arena. The basket MINNESOTA 60 clinched MICHIGAN 59 a 60-59 win for the Gophers (10-4 Big Ten, 18-7 overall), and caused the Wolverines' record…

…. With 15 seconds left and a chance to extend the Wolverines' one-point lead, Minnfield calmly walked to the line and knocked down the first shot from the char- Receive up to S i u en rING , Seiv Students…

… the Wolverine guards, forc- ing them to make bad passes and quick, ill-advised decisions. The Gophers were coming off a bye week which they used to work on their stifling zone defense, hop- ing to…

February 16, 1961 (vol. 0, iss. 93) • Page Image 12

… that the Wolverines could beat Denver if they kept playing as well as they had against his Huskies. And besides even the publicity directors are in doubt about Den- ver's greatness. Michigan's Les Etter…

… starting at 7:30 p.m. Since the indoor season began, in December Wolverine trackmen have traveled hither and yon-but never as a complete team. InY December middle distance star, Wally Schaffer and broad…

… mile in 9:25. Last Saturday "Young won th Michigan AAU event in 9:19.6, d feating the Wolverines' Jim W; man, who finished third. In addition to the broad jum the pole vault also looms as toss-up affair…

… the Wolverin squad. He competed unattache in the AAU meet, but is now elig ble after transferring from Gran Rapids JC. The middle distance events ai the remaining field events appe to belong to Michigan…

…, however. In the hurdles the Sparta: will have to get an outstandii performance from sophomore B Mann to even come close to tr Wolverine duo of Bennie McR and Dick Cephas. SCORES i ', LECTU RE TO DAY…

… Ecclesiology, Woodstock College By HENRY GOLDSTEIN After beating two of the top teams in the country, Illinois and Southern Illinois, one might think that the Wolverine gymnasts would ease up on their training…

… has quite a heavyweight in undefeated and r once tied Karl Fink. In Michi- gan's 'eight dual meets to date, the Wolverine heavyweight has scored four pins, and in the KARL FINKS Wilkes Tournament, he…

…. trio. "He's been wonderful," said' Keen 'in referring to the unde- feated Barden, whose close vic- tories have helped the Wolverines a great deal this year. One Common Foe It is important to note that…

… the same Pittsburgh team which the Wolverines defeated 22-6, beat State 17-8. However, Keen pays no attention to this fact. "They've got ten good guys, and anyone of them can go," said the Michigan…

February 16, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

… Michigan's basketball team will be making attempts at a come- back tonight when they play host to Illinois at Yost Fieldhouse at 8 p.m. After their disheartening "lost weekend," the Wolverines need a victory…

… may have had playing Illinois minus been erased with an ankle injury ineligible George BonSalle has to guard Jack Lewis. Bad Sprain The Wolverine playiaker suf- *fered a bad sprain dr.ving in for a lay…

… defense for a complete contest. A spot where Michigan will def- initely have to improve if Illinois, is to be overcome is in field goal] percentage. The Wolverines could do no better than .300 last week…

Wolverine divers will have their first big test in dual meet competition this season, as Iowa has two of th3 better divers in the Conference, Take Quick and Ken Miner: Quick, who wos good last season has…

… sprint races are the Wolverines' weakest point without Hanimly, and Iowa should be able to :' a;t r}.ie on this. With the logs of Lincoln I'Iur- ring, Olympic backstrokes, the Hawkeyes hare been forced to…

… Adamski to a severe test. In addition to looking to pre- serve their unbeaten dual meet record, the Wolverines will be out to avenge a 48-45 loss to the Hawkeyes last season. LARRY MURRAY -... out of…

February 16, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 90) • Page Image 6

… Depth By DON LINDMAN Michigan's chances of dethron- ing Ohio State as Big Ten swim- ming champion are a lot brighter, as a result of the showing. of the Wolverine natators against Michi- gan State last…

…-stars but having little depth. * * * THE WOLVERINES possess a host of excellent sprint freestylers. Ron Gora, Tom Benner, Jack Wardrop,rand Don Hill combined KEEP A-HEAD OF YOUR HAIR Collegiate Cuts to please…

… Saturday night, connect- ed on 30 of their 63 floor shots, a terrific 47.6 percent. * * * DESPITE THIS display of marksmanship, the Wolverines were still in the contest late in the fourth period, trailing by…

… hurt the local five. In the final analysis however, Northwestern's ability to score when it had to was the deciding factor. * * * BARRON, while the high point- getter for the Wolverines with' 19, played…

… of the season to win the side horse and give the Wolverines five wins for the evening. KRUMBHOLZ has been some- what of a disappointment all year, but Saturday he garnered 17 points and should be a…

… serious doubts about the Wolverine chances against the Gophers and the remainder of the season's op- position. * * * TO MAKE matters worse, Harry Luchs, a consistent point scorer1 in first semester…

… two firsts and spark- ed the Wolverines to their first win since beating Wisconsin in mid-January. Adams, displaying tremendous confidence, demonstrated no ill ef- fects from his one semester var- sity…

… n be8 th a' otnothin cke for the Ifsnk ,ATER FTASTE { The Wolverines, while not putting on one of their better performances of the season, still played, according to Coach Bill Perigo, "their best…

February 16, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 97) • Page Image 9

… to Michi- gan. Midway through the first period the RedHawks had outshot the Wolverines 12-1. But it only lasted for about a dozen min- utes. From then on, for every one good play the RedHawks made…

… friend for assistance: Dictionary.com. NHL squad." I typed in "business" to see if the "B" word had any parallels with Having been fanatical about sports since the Wolverines on ice. almost the zygote…

February 16, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 95) • Page Image 8

… closest finisher by 100 meters. Babcock won her race with a 17:38.93 clocking. The Wolverines captured several third places, including senior distance runner Cheri Sly in the 3,000 (9:43.94), sophomore…

…Vries took a third in the high jump (5 feet, 6 inches) as did senior Mary Wyckoff. The Wolverines fared well in the 500 too, as first-year student Kelli Henderson placed third (1:21.01), Hanna Dubinski fourth…

February 16, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 97) • Page Image 12

…4B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - February 16, 2004 Friday's game MIAMI REDHAWKS 1 Saturday's game MIAMI REDHAWKS MICHIGAN WOLVERINES 5 8 MICHIGAN WOLVERINES 4 4 SATURDAY'S GAME…

… this weekend as the CCHA's top team, leading the second- place Wolverines by three points. Definition 2: Commercial, industrial, or professional dealings. "Professional dealings" exactly describes how…

February 16, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… have an impres- sive record so far this year. Aside from their 6-1 in conference play they have a very respectable 12-5 overall record, second only to the Wolverines. Their consistent play in the first…

… loss was last week to Ohio State by the, very lopsided score of 92-72. These two clubs can't match the offense of the Wolverines and Buckeyes. To date, Illinois and Indiana have scored 491 and 510 points…

… off his normal game. Further hampering Wolverine efforts were shoulder injuries to Punch Cartier and Rick Jackson, causing them to miss Saturday's encounter. Renfrew said he expects Cartier back for…

… this weekends series against Notre Dame, but he wasn't sure about Jackson. The weekend loss makes theI Wolverines a good bet to finish iast in the WCHA, which means stay- ing home when everybody else is…

February 16, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 95) • Page Image 8

… time, the Michigan men's basketball team will go on the road with some- thing it has lacked most of the sea- son: confidence. And why not? After arguably MIChigan the Wolverines' at IoWa best performance…

… thing too, but Hogie is the last line of defense." Wolverines won't forget Hogan finished each loss with Nebraska-Omaha forward 27 and 24 saves, respectively, and vanson, not after this past deserves…

February 16, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 83) • Page Image 10

…'s swimming and diving team to 14 Big Ten titles, Jim Richardson doesn't seem too confident about making it 15 this weekend in Bloomington. The Wolverines look to reclaim their title as the best team in the Big…

… total of seven top-25 teams, including Michigan. The Wolverines (3-1 Big Ten, 4-2 over- all) had their impeccable streak of 12 consecutive wins in Big Ten dual-meets squashed this season. No. 17 Michigan…

February 16, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

…TAE MICHiliAN DAILY SUNDAY, orthwestern Fall to 'M' Swimmers Hanley, Tashnick Break Records; Wolverines Whip Hoosiers, 65-40 By CARL RISEMAN sity exhibition pool and easily Michigan's powerful…

… swimming defeated them both. team took on two Big Ten conten- In a rare double dual meet, the ders at once yesterday at the var- Wolverines defeated Indiana, 65- Swimmnug Sununaries MICHIGAN…

… involving Michi- gan and Central Michigan. The Wolverine squad was divided into two teams, Maize and Blue. Each competed individually with the Central Michigan squad. The Blue team led by Nino Marion and Al…

February 16, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

… motionless Howes, who never saw the speed- ing puck. Then Gordie Howe- came through with an unassisted goal, and Michigan's dream was shattered. The Wolverines fought back gamely in the final period, out…

… highlight of the humorous Lefty's antics. Five freshmen made their local debut for the Maize and Blue, and of the quintet, wing Gary Starr and defenseman Barrie Hayton stood out for the Wolverines. -Daily…

… background can be seen Wolverine Bob Pitts and the Red Wings' ace, Gordie Howe. Yanks Get Fifth Starter' In Recent Deal With Nats Illinois, Iowa Battle For Cage Honors By JIM BAAD with Wisconsin, one notch…

… Student Publications Building. NHL SCORES Iowa and weak Northwestern. Toronto 1, Boston 0 Through all this the Illini have beaten the Wolverines rather con- New York 6, Chicago 1 come out undefeated and are…

… title. hopes for Michigan are not the highest. The Wolverines have been suffering from an expectedNBOOKS slump as they are currently run--NEWauof ner ning the gamut of Conference i '' powers. They are now…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 7

… Place (Continued from Page 1) Wolverines' bag of tricks. He opened the set-up plays for Townsend's pass- ing by the use of a blocking offense as the guards broke through the free throw lane. Although he…

… athlete. The Indiana offense was useless as the Varsity stopped it cold. True the Bloomington boys couldn't stop their shots, but the Wolverine defense was so tight that Indiana seldom got a clean attempt…

…. Michigan Goes Wild For the first half Michigan seemed to .be laboring under its usual mental handicap that always shows up when the Varsity plays either Purdue or Indiana. Still the Wolverines were working…

… Field House. The Wolverine thinclads apparent- ly emerged from the battle with the eligibility bugaboo in excellent shape. The exact status of the members of the team will be learned Wednesday night when…

Wolverines on practically even terms. State will bring a squad of 39 men (Strongest Thinclads In Varsity Histnrv Meet MS CL Sa.'tirdav .. 1T.J.A . .4iLK .[ here Saturday for the season's open- er and the…

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