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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…

March 16, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 96) • Page Image 8

…'s very athletic, very confident and someone who can play anywhere." While the Chanticleers' have dreams of defeating the Wolverines, Bergman's team will have to have an effort worthy of past tournament…

Wolverines' wishes, and the tournament's eight teams were forced to play in the Cedar Bluff Indoor Club Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Because there were only a limited number of courts inside, the format of…

November 16, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 35) • Page Image 10

… Notre Dame, Miami, Michigan and Wisconsin. SDespite the finish Saturday, Michigan still could end up in the top three nationally. The course on Saturday was slow and hilly, which took away the Wolverines

… season. The course at Lehigh is flat and quick, which should enable the Michigan runners to use their track speed to surpass their opponents. LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING: The Wolverines appear to be better at 10…

…. The wins broke a nine-game losing streak for the Wolverines. Freshman Wolverine setter Erin McGovern was the spark plug in the victories. McGovern broke or tied four career records against the…

… digs to bring her total to 1,070, passing Lisa Vahi's (1984-87) mark of 1,041. Davidson nailed 5 acesagainst Purdue and Indiana totie for third place on the Wolverine all-time ace list. THEY WERE TYING…

… the Big Ten standings due to its nine-match skid. But the statistics justify the slide because the Wolverines. were ranked last in five of the six main categories in the Big Ten: hitting efficiency…

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…

June 16, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 9) • Page Image 16

…16- The Michigan Daiy Summer Weekly - Wednesday, June 16,1993 LeClair retires as women's golf coach FROM STAFF REPORTS played for the Wolverines from 1984- do things with my children and grand…

… not assume many similarities between Lara Hooiveld and Chris Webber, the two Michigan student-athletes now shareabondthatwilllinkthemthrough- out Wolverine history. Hooiveld, a women's swimmer, and…

…-of-the-Year honor after she won nationalchampionships inthe100and 200-yard breaststroke events at the NCAA National Championships. She anchored the Wolverines' run for a fifth-place national finish, the highest in…

… squad last year. He aver- aged 17.4pointsand 10.1 reboundsper game in helping the Wolverines reach their second NCAA Championship game in two years. Webber also made the NCAA All- Tournament team for the…

September 16, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 123) • Page Image 5

Wolverines hit the field in top form and thrashed their opponents, 5-1. Michigan applied pressure early by controlling the ball with crisp passing and careful shot selection. Less than six minutes into the…

… contest, sophomore forward Rob Holt opened up the scoring for the Wolverines with a nifty deposit in the corner of the Siena Heights goal. Following the first score, Michigan continued to look sharp as…

… forward Guy Metsgar nearly scored but for a diving save by the Heights goalkeeper. Minutes later, another Wolverine surge came up empty when first-year forward Steve Moore shot from outside the goal box but…

… pace with an all-out sprint toward Siena's net before he was hauled down by an opposing defenseman. Senior forward Brian Rosewame converted the resulting penalty kick that gave the Wolverines a…

… goal of the game off of a fast break just before the intermission. While the players caught their breaths, Wolverine head coach Steve Burns implored his team to build on the momentum it established in…

… the first half. "We are a better team, let's continue to play that way," Burns told his players. Heeding their coach's advice, the Wolverines orchestrated another impressive charge that was capped off…

… the goal box. The Wolverines remained in firm control, not allowing Siena Heights a decent scoring opportunity until the game clock showed less than 20:00 remaining. The game ended much more quietly…

June 16, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 9) • Page Image 13

…, Ontario, the trade was a than two months. dream come true. Aaron Ward was planning to lead "I always wanted to be drafted by the Wolverine defensivecorps through- Detroit," Ward said. "I'm happy I'm out…

… obtained the head job at Cleveland State, and Fisher, of course, took over the Wolverines after Bill Frieder de- cided to head to Arizona State. Although most wouldnotconsider the Detroit Mercy job a "plum…

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…

March 16, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 96) • Page Image 1

… Coastal Carolina are not totally shadowed in anonymity. When the Wolverines - the No. 1 seed in the West Region - step on the court Friday for their 8:10 EST tipoff in Tuscon, Ariz., they will face a team…

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