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April 16, 2019 (vol. 128, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

…-4) just 17 seconds into the game en route to a 12-8 win on Saturday. Coming off their first loss of the season to No. 2 Maryland, the Wolverine players aimed to take an early lead in order to…

… gave the Wolverines an 8-4 advantage at halftime. Michigan began the second half just as strong as it ended the first, with Kane scoring just 1:39 into the half. But the scoring quickly dried up as…

… the Wolverines didn’t score again for more than 20 minutes, with Rutgers goalkeeper Kameron Halsall making five saves in that span. With 10:26 remaining in the game, the Scarlet Knights had…

…’t quite falling our way.” Even though Rutgers appeared to be gaining momentum midway through the second half — scoring three consecutive goals — the Wolverines kept fighting. They put together…

… four minutes, securing the victory for the Wolverines. “We just needed that to keep the momentum going,” Muir said. “We knew we were OK, but we just wanted to keep it going. We were missing a lot of…

….” Since the Wolverines had not lost all season prior to last weekend, this was their first opportunity to prove that they could bounce back from a tough loss. While Rutgers is not a particularly…

… turf, for the final time. As the PA announced each player’s position, name and hometown, the Wolverines were recognized for a historic season that is far from over, and how the 11 women holding…

… bouquets of maize flowers helped shape the program into what it is today. And help shape the program, they did. The eighth-ranked Wolverines put on a show for the crowd, defeating Rutgers, 12-8. This…

… win helped secure Michigan’s first undefeated home season since the program’s inception in 2014. Though they didn’t play a perfect game by any means, the Wolverines defeated the Scarlet Knights…

… who succeeded for the Wolverines. As a team, they won three events and placed in the top five in 11 total events on the day. “(Foster) is a very hard worker,” said Michigan coach James Henry. “We…

April 16, 2019 (vol. 128, iss. 104) • Page Image 8

… provides consistency. She appeared in 55 of last season’s 59 contests and has started all 39 of the Wolverines’ games so far this year. Rodriguez’s defensive prowess played a major role in 2018’s…

… among the Wolverines’ starters — Rodriguez spent much of the offseason in the batting cage. Now, as one of the country’s only true switch-hitters, she poses a threat regardless of the situation…

April 16, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 112) • Page Image 9

… the bases loaded. He fought off an inside pitch to place a bloop into the outfield, where it looked destined to cut the Wolverines’ lead to two. Junior second baseman Ako Thomas came sprinting…

… two with an opposite-field double after a bases- loaded walk and RBI groundout to put the Wolverines in the lead. “I didn’t think they were going to pitch to him with a base open and runners on…

April 16, 2018 (vol. 127, iss. 112) • Page Image 10

… as if they could slip away from the Wolverines. It was evident from the start of the first game that freshman left-hander Meghan Beaubien didn’t have her best stuff. She allowed a double and a…

…-hander Tera Blanco. “You get punched first, well, what are you gonna do? You’re obviously gonna punch back. (So) that was kind of our mentality.” The Wolverines didn’t take long to punch back, as…

April 16, 2015 (vol. 124, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

… with Michigan State, boasting a six-run lead. It appeared the Wolverines (11-2 Big Ten, 38-6 overall) were already capable of simply coasting to a victory. But sophomore left fielder Kelly…

… the fourth inning when she sent a ball soaring to right field out of Secchia Stadium. Things could have been even more lopsided in the Wolverines’ favor if Christner had some luck to go with her…

April 16, 2015 (vol. 124, iss. 104) • Page Image 8

Wolverines, 4-2. Michigan (6-6 Big Ten, 21-16 overall) relied on a group effort on the mound, using a total of seven pitchers on the evening. Just three of those seven gave up earned runs, but the Big…

…, push- ing single runs across in the first and third innings. They jumped on Wolverine right-hander Keith Lehmann in the top of the first, scoring once and loading the bases with two outs, but the…

… into a double play, bringing Slater home from third to knot the score at 2-2. After the Wolverines threat- ened once again in the bottom of the eighth, Eastern Michigan broke through in its last at…

… Eagles with only one out. The next batter up was Rubino, who tripled to center field for his fifth hit of the game to put East- ern Michigan on top, 4-2. The top of the Wolverine lineup went down in…

April 16, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 102) • Page Image 2

… EVENTS & NOTES R N T HE WEB... michigandaily.com CAPSEET OE Wolf and policy Masters Wolverine fund 'Thrones' recap discussion recital: oboe BY ALLANA AKHTAR BY GILKE AND INTNER that may explain why…

… company that received funds from the Wolverine Venture Fund, which is spearheaded by Ross students. The company, Silverpop, tracks individual behavior to help companies improve their digital marketing…

April 16, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 102) • Page Image 7

… team's home game against Eastern Michigan has been pushed to Wednesday. The game will also be the fans' only chance this week to catch the Wolverines' walk-up songs. The walk-up song, a mix of a pep talk…

…, no friend of Bush. I'm the Fancia rallies team for cancer Wolverines look for No.20 WoI Re dai Just Michig return( falling, itselfo But( no losi "We after o out tc attacke The' the ME on Sat: had…

April 16, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 102) • Page Image 8

… transfer, and forward Jordan Morgan has exhausted I, but now it's his collegiate eligibility. Stauskas led the Wolverines rnoon, Nik in scoring this year, averaging n Robinson III 17.5 points per game. He…

… ibmitted their ahead of Stauskas to carry the raft Advisory Wolverines this year - was Michigan's second- leading scorer, "It's tough averaging 13.1 points just because of along with 4.4 rebounds the amount…

April 16, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 102) • Page Image 10

… powerful stories from each of the students enrolled. Our Wolverines don't play small games. We're big-hearted, big-voiced. We use our vocal chords. We stomp our feet. We dream. We spark change. The Statement…

… school junior in Decem- ber 2007, Morgan had to listen to experts and fans alike say that he didn't belong in Ann Arbor. Even though the Wolverines, at the time of his pledge, hadn't made an NCAA…

April 16, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

… national championship - when the Wolverines won each of their fir-st 32 games. In order to break the record, 'Team 36' will have to go unbeaten through the rest of the regular season and through the Big Ten…

… about its nine- dients that have allowed the game winningstreak. offense to grill opponents, and "Once you start talking about why the Wolverines currently sit streaks, that's in first place in the Big…

April 16, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 128) • Page Image 12

…- leyball season. She was anxious to get back to competition. As she prepared for her senior year and her final season asa Michigan Wolverine, Alex had made up her mind that there would be no next level for…

… during the final weeks of her career - she feared leaving the wrong legacy behind. Four weeks earlier, this uneasiness wouldn't have arisen. Alex was playing well and had helped the Wolverines to an unde…

…- feated nonconference record, 12-0. But in the middle of October, fear, rational fear, slowly crept into her mind. She was battered, both physically and mentally, and the Wolverines were just 3-5 since…

… only one win in seven conference games entering the matchup - to halta four-game losingstreak. But if the Wolverines didn't improve quickly, the far- fetched ideaof Michigan not earning a bid to the NCAA…

April 16, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 128) • Page Image 13

…." Alex said. "And then I tweaked Since besting Northwestern my ankle while I was walking. I on Oct. 15, the Wolverines were was like, 'My body is pretty much 4-6, hardly a respectable record, falling apart…

…, and he's all for the team Michigan was still ranked, and at and he's giving it his all and he's 19-11, the Wolverines were almost " pouring his heart out for the assured an at-large bid. And yet, team…

… accomplishment of winning a Big son went, and I'm just struggling into words." And as the buzzer sounded at 9:27 p.m., and Stuart walked off the court for the last time as a Wolverine, the reality, the loss…

April 16, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 128) • Page Image 14

… 20th-ranked Wolverines started slow, but after an eight- run fifth inning, the game ended with the mercy rule and an 8-0 Michigan victory. "I thought (that in) the first four-and-a-half innings we…

… dedicat- ed to moving past Wednesday's 1-0 loss to Western Michigan, and the Wolverines did just that. After going nine innings without getting a runner to third base, the Wolverines broke through in the…

April 16, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 131) • Page Image 8

… Croad has coined a new catchphrase for the No. 4 Michigan men's gymnastics team in the postseason. Get in the CAR. The letters of "CAR" represent the Wolverines' new attitude that helped lead them to…

… their first Big NCAA Ten title since 2000: Confi- Champion- dent. Aggressive. Relaxed. This afternoon, When:1 P.M. the Wolverines Where: will see if"getting Minnesota in the CAR"works Sports Pavilion at…

April 16, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 131) • Page Image 9

… extended playing time before the heart of conference play begins. The lopsided win extended Michigan's win streak to 10 games just before the tough stretch start. The Wolverines, third in the con- ference…

… standings, need help to win the conference after getting swept in their Big Ten opener against Northwestern. Sitting one game behind the Wildcats, the Wolverines can pres- sure the Big Ten leaders this week…

… make a decision. By the time she picked softball, most schools had already finished their recruiting. Ryan applied to Michigan because being a Wolverine was a family legacy, but originally, she had no…

April 16, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 136) • Page Image 11

… winning record and fresh off a 10- 20 season, Borseth said it may take time for the Wolverines to show vast improvements. "The first year is normally a learning experience from (the players') standpoint and…

… 'You're going to love me,' " Bors- eth said. "It's funny, I said 'I'm not goingto make you run three miles.' So far, Borseth is right. The Wolverines seemed impressed with him at the meeting. "His…

April 16, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 136) • Page Image 15

… the Wolverines went wild. His 9.05 was Michigan's highest vault score, and the next day he garnered All-Ameri- can status in the event, placing sev- enth. "My favorite moment(ofthe meet) was probably…

… for this team." The Wolverines may not have won a national title, but they had alot to be proud of, transforming from a bubble team to a major contender in the space of just one season. "I couldn't be…

April 16, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 136) • Page Image 1

… have been able to pay bills electronically through Wolverine Access. The new changes only affect the actual billing statement. "We generate a paper bill currently. Students, for one reason or the other…

… the individual and direct them to sign up for it" Middlemas said. But students will not have to worry about a guest having access to their Wolverine Access account. The billing statements will be kept…

April 16, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 136) • Page Image 11

… threw his first career shutout and a four-hitter in seven innings en route to breaking Michigan State's 12-game winning streak. This week, Maloney has tried to prepare the Wolverines for Jones's sometimes…

… going to do?'" Olin said. In the end, everything worked out. Schmucker is now preparing to make her 24th consecutive start for the Wolverines as they travel to Pur- due for the Lady Boilermaker Invi…

April 16, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 133) • Page Image 14

… the lineup was on the sidelines. The Wolverines were desperately thin in all areas, but especially in the uneven bars, where both Ray and Mantilia would have been regulars. So Michigan turned to…

… untested and unproven gymnasts to get through. The new lineup worked for a little bit, as the Wolverines rolled through their first three meets. But the wheels came off the wagon in East Lansing on Feb. 2…

April 16, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 133) • Page Image 15

…) right now." At week's end, the No. 40 Wolverines (5-3 Big Ten, 12-6 overall) rank near the top of the Big Ten, but are a bubble team for the NCAA Champi- onships in May and are in as much disarray as the…

… situation," Ritt said. "We have been able to win a lot of matches with that mindset." And with only two matches remaining for the Wolverines before the Big Ten Championships, they will need to heal quickly…

April 16, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 133) • Page Image 16

… matchup, one team entered the game as a heavy favorite, and here's a hint, it wasn't the Chargers. A late addition to the Michigan schedule, Hills- dale never had a chance against theM1 HGN 9 Wolverines

… away, and that's what we did today." Michigan scored early and often, notching seven runs in the first two innings en route to the 9-1 win. The Wolverines played well defensively and received a fine…

April 16, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 117) • Page Image 13

… The Michigan Dailv -Tuesdav. Anril 16. 2002 -13A ___- rs.. urr uul Yr r Polo ready for postseason run Mixture of youth, experience should lead Wolverines to the NCAAs I9NoTES Fox, Hill earn Big…

…." Last year, the team completed its first varsi- ty season with a 21-11-1 record and finished 15th in the nation. Having won 15 straight games heading into the postseason, the Wolverines had high…

April 16, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 117) • Page Image 15

… softball team, it is tough not to follow that course. As the No. 12 team in the nation, the Wolverines (8-2 Big Ten, 32-8 overall) are primed to make another run at the Women's College World Series. Last…

… gradua- tion. The Big Ten also became deeper - only Indiana and Michigan State have sub-.500 records this season. So why are the Wolverines looking like they picked up right where they left off last…

April 16, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 120) • Page Image 12

…2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - April 16, 2001 tMd SATHLETE OF THE WEEK ' Who: Ike Okenwa Sport: Men's track. Hometown: San Diego Year: Junior, Why: In the Wolverines' win over Central…

… season in the 100- and 200-meter dashes. He is also tops for the Wolverines for this past indoor season in the 60meter and 200-meter runs. Okenwa Thursday, April 19 ?,W gymnastics at NCAA Championships…

… throwers' impressive performances highlight- ed the Wolverine's victory. Sopho- more April Phillips broke her own Michigan hammer-throw record for the third week in a row with a throw of 186-3 meters. 11er…

… in the competition. Clearly, the Wolverines are on a roll. Based on Saturday's perfor- mance, Michigan proved that it is well-balanced in both track and field events. Thompson, Beitel win Big Ten Medal…

…. based on their accomplishments in scholarship and athletics. Thompson, a nine-time All-America swimmer, led the Wolverines to a 10th place finish at the NCAA Champi- onships this season. A bronze…

… great accom- plishment - we have never sent any- one before." For Meyer and the rest of the Wolverines, competing on the eques- trian team at Michigan has not been a walk in the park. This season, the.Wolverines

Wolverines used Blades' horses to host their first show in the history of the program. Because the team does not have varsity status, there have been many obstacles along the way that hav made it difficult for…

… following year. But with the graduation of center Josh Asselin and the imminent loss of senior Chris Young after this upcom- ing season, there is a definite need down low for the Wolverines. Charles or Njoya…

April 16, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 120) • Page Image 14

…46 - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - April 16, 2001 Quote of the weekend "Our focus is just taking it one game a a time." - Carol Hutchins on the pressure upon the Wolverines as the Big Ten…

… withstand Michigan's attack, as the Wolverines posted 12 hits in the victory. In the sixth inning, Taylor advanced to first on an error, Volpe walked and Courtney Betley singled to load the bases. Moulden…

Wolverine pitchers have thrown 101 innings, allowing just 60 hits and a miniscule 13 earned runs, while recording 94 strikeouts. The team ERA over the streak is just 0.90. During that time, the offense is has…

…; Marissa Young, Meghan Doe, Monica Schock, Courtney Betley and Melinda Moulden are playing regularly as underclassmen. And for three upperclassmen on the Wolverines, the decision to come to the Midwest has…

… softball player expected to come in and play right away. Tune and Kollen have been starting infielders since their first game, and Eiland was the Wolverines' starting pitcher in 19 games as a freshman. Each…

…'re like, 'When are you not playing softball? I want to come on a non-softball weekend.'" - -:... L. - LI-- ---AL,, - th. fnmA Living in a climate as dynamic as Michigan's has forced the three Wolverines to…

April 16, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 120) • Page Image 15

… Leveque (2-1, 0.56) put his team-best ER A to the test on Saturday. He allowed three runs in six innings of work, and left the game with his team down one. When the Wolverines forced extra innings, Leveque…

… avoided being credited with the loss. No. 4 RICH HILL. IP H R ER BB SO 2.2 5 8 3 3 4 The sophomore Hill (2-3, 3.79) started what would become the Wolverines' worst loss of the season. The lanky lefthander…

April 16, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 120) • Page Image 17

… well. "It's not a total disappointment, we were playing with some very good teams and Ohio State had the round of the day." The Wolverines came out on fire in the first 18 holes on Saturday morning…

…, shooting a tournament best round of 292. Freshman David Nichols led the Wolverines in the first round, notching a career-best round of 70 en route to a personal record 54-hole total of 223 -- five strokes…

… last day, the Wolverines also succumbed to Northwestern, a team that has been nationally ranked for most of the year by just one shot. The performance at the tournament was a crucial one for a Wolverine

…- onships, and the Wolverines know that if they plan on playing on past Big Tens, it's now or never to get the job done. "We're just going to try to continue what we did this weekend and hopeful- ly we'll be…

… by so quickly," Farah said of her time spent at Michigan. "It doesn't feel like I have been here four years." The Wolverines will travel to Indiana next weekend. where they Contact a for a session…

April 16, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 120) • Page Image 18

… Komisarek received the Deker Club Award for the "most colorful rookie." As expected, sophomore Andy Hilbert won the Hazel M. "Doc" Losh Award for being the Wolverines leading scorer. Hilbert, a Hobey Baker…

… ,AndHb Road struggles continue for 'M' Loss a major shot to the Wolverines' Big Ten Tournament hopes By Albert Kim Daily Sports Writer The road woes that have plagued the Michigan men's tennis team…

April 16, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 120) • Page Image 19

… with bogeys. Benedict went on to par the second playoff hole, but Jacobusse missed her par putt and the tournament was over. Lcd by Benedict's clutch performance, the Wolverines finished the tournament…

… team was a model of consistency throughout the weekend. In round one, the Wolverines shot a 29( and would have led had it not been for a 297 posted by the Hoosiers. On day two, Michigan shot a 302 to…

April 16, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 119) • Page Image 11

… that helped spark the Wolverines to their sixth win in seven games as they opened home play against Central Michigan last month. But Alcaraz didn't beam with pride or radiate with some sense of inner…

… positioning himself in the Wolverine record books. Currently sixth on the Michigan all-time RBI and all-time doubles list, the two-time all-Big Ten selection is fast approaching the fourth spot on DANA LINNANE…

… top of the Big Ten. Stephanie Offen y Sports Writer The Michigan softball team is fac- ing an unfamiliar situation. Wednesday the Wolverines (37-5- 1) suffered their first loss in 34 games when they…

… weekend the atop Big Ten a Wolverines will go face Northwes Evanston for a 1ree-game series th Northwestern. This weekend could possibly push Michigan out of their familiar spot atop the Big Ten. The…

…- tinues its strong run, that shouldn't be a problem. The Wolverines looked unstop- pable earlier this week against Penn *te. .Michigan only allowed two runs in the first game against the Nittany Lions, and…

… presence in the infield as well as at the plate can be attributed to two newcomers on the squad. Freshmen Kelsey Kollen and Stefanie Volpe have stepped up recently for the Wolverines and will be looked to do…

… wins. Her power pitching led the team to both victories over Penn State. The Wolverines need to get back to familiar territory with three wins this weekend. With three wins this weekend, they will be…

… able to keep the Wildcats from taking away the only spot Michigan has known all season, the one atop the Big Ten. Michigan's all-time hit list. Potent from the plate, Alcaraz has given the Wolverines a…

… bright as any young prospect in the desert Southwest - winning a pair of state titles at Eldorado High - but he was in a hurry for more. And after a fall See ALCARAZ, Page 13 to halt slie Wolverines

… travels from 'The Fish' to 'The Land of 10,000 Lakes'. The Wolverines will To try to start winning . . . again after dropping four of six games in the Who: past week. Minnesota is Michiganv far from an easy…

April 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 115) • Page Image 14

… 14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 16, 1998 JOHN KRAFT/Daily Tammy Mika - here digging her way out of the batter's box - and the rest of the Wolverines will try to improve today upon a four…

… State, 7-4, on Tuesday. After trailing 44. the Wolverines produced a three-run inning, and when Softball Melissa Gentile C'om'menary launched a lemon rocket ~ -~ -~----- almost to Jenison I eldhouse…

April 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 115) • Page Image 16

… change in its schedule last week with the post- ponement of the Iowa Invitational. The Wolverines competed in the Tri-State invitational on Easter ' Sunday and canceled the postponed tournament in Iowa…

…. "We were in a no-win situation with all those small schools," Michigan coach Kathy Teichert said. The Tri-State tournament was compromised of 17 smaller, lesser- known schools, as well as the Wolverines

… Hinton-Keith's brother-who both emerged out of a team qualifier earlier this week to take the two spots. The fifth spot has yet to be determined for a Wolverine squad that has already tried out nine…

… to California. A select group of Wolverines, led by All- American Kevin Sullivan, will com- pete in the Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif., this weekend. Hosted by Mt. San Antonio College, the meet…

…, Jay Cantin, Don McLaughlin, Todd Snyder and All- American John Mortimer. Each . of the e Wolverines have bright prospects for the weekend. "Everyone should fare Sullivan very well," Sullivan said. "They…

… the Relays to prepare for the champi- onship meets at the end of the sea- son. For the Wolverines, the Relays mark the first of six straight weekend meets leading up to the NCAA Championships, to be…

April 16, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 113) • Page Image 10

… weekend to capture the top spot in the Big Ten, the Wolverines (22-13) could not get it together to beat the Falcons (16-14). As has been the team's main area of concern all season, sub- par pitching took…

… Michigan out of the game. Senior Marion Wright (1-1) started the game for the Wolverines, going 4- plus innings before turning the ball over to pitcher/catcher Mike Haskell. Before leaving the game, Wright…

April 16, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 113) • Page Image 11

…-3 loss to Bowling Green, the Wolverines gave up 17 hits, managing only three runs on four hits of their own. While the score indicates that part of the problem was pitching, coach 3eoff Zahn said that part…

…'re still a good team, and we've got (today) to look forward to and this weekend." Since Michigan is currently No. I in the conference, it is important for the Wolverines to maintain a high level of intensity…

… played tough but lost, 7-5, 6-4, to his fresh- man counterpart Sachire, who raised his overall record to a dominant 35-7. Fellow freshman Brad McFarlane was the only other Wolverine to extend his match to…

… three sets before losing, dropping a 6-1, 2-6, 6-3 deci- sion to Patterson at the No. 4 spot. Luckily for Michigan, the loss did not hurt its, conference record. The Wolverines have won five of their…

… at Tisch Tennis Center. The homestand closes out the regular sea- son for the Wolverines, who will start preparing for the Big Ten champi- onships, which will be held April 24. What: The men's tennis…

April 16, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 113) • Page Image 12

… Hutchins said. "I'm sick of being on the road." The Wolverines' sweep of Penn State yesterday kept them perfect at Alumni Field this season, 7-0. "Central's always o%" Za e amr HOME RUN RECORD: Mika, Smith…

… powerful." The Wolverines were aided by a hard wind blowing out to left field. Both Mika and Smith's blasts were over the left field fence - ironically, they were both almost directly over the Penn State…

April 16, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

… somethingthe team wants. Today, the Wolverines may actually be hoping that the luck of the Irish runs out. Michigan hosts Notre Dame today in a battle of the top two teams in the region. The Wolverines, ranked…

… No. 22, are four places above the Fighting Irish in the national rankings. In regional rankings, however, the Wolverines are second behind Notre Dame. (Notre Dame, which is 15-9 for the season, is…

… extended min- utes, since some Michigan defenders did not make the trip. Wolverine midfielder Eric Bannat also got some playing time. In fact, this was Bannat's first appearance in some time - he was out…

… game of the weekend, Michigan fell to Miami (Ohio), 6-3. The Wolverines rebounded. however, to defeat Michigan State for the third time this season, 9-0, and Grove City 12-4. "Wewere flat thefirstgamc h…

… grounders," she said. "We were slow in reacting. We let the fast break score too many times." The importance of the loss goesb yond ruining the Wolverines' perfect record. Miami and Michigan are divi- sion…

April 16, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 119) • Page Image 10

Wolverines (6-2 Big Ten, 22-8 overall) enter the weekend series with both offense and defense running on all gears. Every day is a beauitiful day to play softball when your team is on aroll. "Softball is a…

… the Wolverines, who play eight games in five days. Luckily for Michigan, both of the Wolverines' starting pitchers - Kelly Forbis and Kelly Kovach-have hit cruise control while complementing each other…

…, itmightbe the other way around," Hutchins said. "We arejustreal lucky to have two really strong pitchers each with a speciality pitch - one throws a riser while the other throws a good drop." The Wolverine

… nevertheless. The true test begins Saturday as the Wolverines take on Indiana (IU) in four pivotal contests. If the Wolverines (3-9 Big Ten, 11- 24 overall) manage a split against the Hoosiers, they will…

… series. Indiana accomplished the same feat a4 the Wolverines losing the f"st, but comn ing away with three straight ;wins. Doubleheaders are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. The Wolverines are…

… about to learn the meaning of "crunch time." Coming off a strong performance last weekend in which they trounced Minnesota and Iowa, the Wolverines face their toughest weekend of the sea- son to date. In…

… see how we can compete with the top teams." The Wildcats' early-season gaffe, in which they falteredagainst Illinois, gives the Wolverines a foothold to work from. "Northwestern is a top team, but they…

… State, early season meets against powers such as North Carolina and Florida State helped the Wolverines develop mental toughness. "I think we haveapretty good chance (against Wisconsin)," Lacher said…

… rankings of individual Division I singles players at No. 86. However, after facing the likes of North Carolina's Cinda Gurney (No. 8) and Florida State's Audra Brannon (No. 49), the Wolverines remain un…

…'s tennis team tries to continue its solid play this weekend atWest Virginia and Penn State. The Wolverines (1-4 Big Ten, 4-9 overall) are coming off a tremendous win at MSU (3-2, 9-10). Not only was the4…

April 16, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 119) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 16, 1993 - Page 11 m o Wolverines head to Penn State as odds on favorite by Jaeson Rosenfeld Daily Sports Writer The Michigan women's golf team knows it should…

… win this weekend's Penn State Lady Lion golf tournament. With only six teams - including four that the Wolverines have already faced - Michigan certainly should rank as a c I x x t onships, and…

April 16, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 119) • Page Image 12

… Haenisch. The Wolverines' streak comes on the heels of a tough weekend in the windy city. Against Northwestern, the squad only managed a split, its first two Big Ten losses of the season. Michigan entered…

… this busy week 19th in the na- ion and third within the region. A strong performance this weekend agaist the Hoosiers may allow the Wolverines to regain the all important first place regional ranking…

April 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 116) • Page Image 3

… night as their first official act of the year. The resolution's stated purpose was to express gratitude and con- gratulations to the 1992 Michigan Wolverine basketball team on behalf of University…

… Rackham Rep. Roger DeRoo. The resolution praised the Wolverines for their second-place ranking in collegiate basketball, their trip to the NCAA Championship, a regular season record of 20-8, and in the…

April 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 116) • Page Image 8

… Michigan was it wasn't a doubleheader. The Broncos scored two or more runs in six of the nine innings, thrashing the Wolverines, 19-3, at Fisher Stadium. "We didn't pitch very well. We didn't hit very well…

… inning of work. Throughout the contest, the Wolverines (17-18 overall) had dif- ficulty driving in runners. Michigan left a total of 16 runners on base for the game. "I thought we had good concen- tration…

… against two Wolverine hurlers, scoring four of the five runs with two outs. In the seventh inning, the Broncos sent eight more batters to the plate and scored four more runs on only two hits to take a 17- 2…

… Michigan since 1989 when the Wolverines allowed the same total against Ferris State. Yet, Freehan tried to be optimistic about the defeat. "One run losses are tougher than situations like this," Freehan said…

…. KEN~NMIM IEWea The Michigan baseball team fell victim to Western Michigan yesterday, 19- 3. The Wolverines dropped to 17-18 overall. 'M' softball trades shutouts with Broncos V Former 'M' diver Lenzi…

…-hitter to down the Wolverines, 6-0. Mich- igan (6-2 Big Ten, 22-16 overall) rebounded to tally seven hits in the nightcap and won, 4-0, to finish the day with a split. The loss halted the Wolverines winning…

… Clark, who saw action behind the plate, drove in the run with a double. Michelle Silver then hit a single to bring home pinch runner Kerry Sayers to put the Wolverines up by two. Michigan scored their…

….34), current U.S. 3-meter'." champion from Ft. Lauderdale, by o : less than one point. Wade (507.48), placed seventh, and the Wolverines' Silverman (468.87) took tenth. Yesterday's competition began with the men…

… earning a thirteenth place finish. W. Later Wednesday, the women' participated in the platform semi-fi- nals, with five of Kimball's divers4 placing in the top 30. Wolverine divers Julie Greyer and Cinnamon…

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… University's dorm rooms are enormous compared to what I see here. They have a living room and two large sized bedrooms! And currently their room and board is barely half of what Wolverines pay. Michigan State…

… food! Or is it true that while these other University students are paying tution for all these extras, Wolverines are only paying for the name? JoAnne Vicari LSA first-year student Daily guilty of…

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