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January 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 72) • Page Image 11

…-67, and, at Indiana, 60-58. The common denominator in each game: turnovers. In the first half versus Ohio State Friday, the Wolverines performed the way they wanted to defensively. If they did not steal the…

… expected results did not transpire. Long outlet passes repeatedly bounded off of Wolverine fingertips, wasting scoring opportunities. By halftime, the Wolverines had committed twelve turnovers and instead of…

Wolverine frontline, so successful early in the season, and Friday against Ohio State (37 pts.), never became an integral part of Sunday's offense, scoring only 17 pts. Interior passes were either intercepted…

….), turnovers eventually finished Michigan off. In the game's final minutes, the Wolverines came down the court twice -nd turned the ball over each time. The second of these trips was extremely nritical as Brown…

… positive...we made things happen and kept them from scoring," he said. These turnovers turned out to be a fitting end to a frustrating weekend for the Wolverines as they return home 9-5 overall and 1-3 in…

… weekend featured the good, the bad, and the unexpected for the Michigan wrestling team as they failed to place in the Virginia Duals tournament. After defeating Ithaca *0ollege, the Wolverines lost to de…

… this opportunity." Missing no opportunities for the tumultuous weekend Wolverines was 134-pound standout Joey Gilbert. Gilbert, a true frosh, was ranked ninth nationally headed into the Lehigh meet. He…

February 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… attempts a pass during last night's contestv against Minnesota. The Wolverines defeated the Golden Gophers 77-73. Michigan downs Lt. Governor accuses Sen. ngler of sexist sogan by Gabrielle Durocher will…

… scored a career- was needed as the Gophers high 33 points as fifth-ranked outrebounded Michigan, 41-23, and Michigan beat No. 17 Minnesota held Wolverine forward Loy Vaught 77-73 Thursday night, snapping…

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, 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…

March 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 110) • Page Image 10

…," he said. But the central highlight of the meet was not focused around the Wolverines. Stanford's first-year sen- sation Janet Evans, a three-time gold medal winner at the 1988 Olympic Games, broke and…

… 11-year old American record in the 500 freestyle in a time of 4:34.39. after Texan by Douglas Donaldson Daily Sports Writer After a rough Texan road trip last weekend in which the Wolverines lost…

… continued success in the Wolverines' future. "In order for us to be competitive (this year) and maybe pull off some upsets, that's what we need to do." Wolverine swimmers Jennifer Eck (left center) and…

… weekend. The Wolverines (2-5 in dual meets) travel to Pittsburgh, where they hope to better their record against Arkansas and West Virginia. Despite his team's record, No. 1 singles player David Kass…

… in the top ten. "I have two tough matches, but I'm playing well," Kass said. "I like my chances and I'm pretty confi- dent." The Wolverines will also rely on first-year performers Scott Cuppett who…

… just moved up to number two, and number-four player Terry Lon- don for help in singles play. According to Kass, doubles are where the Wolverines are "lacking the most. "But we've gotten a lot better…

March 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 110) • Page Image 11

…. Despite the defeat, and a later set-back at Ohio State, the Wolverines were granted a reprieve. With four games left they were back in position to win conference title. "We want to win the Big Ten title in…

… the worst way," Terry Mills said at the time, as the Wolverines prepared for Michigan State and Purdue. They lost both games. Now Michigan's players are now talking about what a motivating factor the…

… Sean Higgins needs to put his recent slump behind him as he headsadE tyWolverine walk-on guard Mark Koenig, who the land where he grew up, California. The Wolverines face Illinois State played his high…

… not awe-inspiring. Nonetheless. I feel if Michiaan can aet by New Mexico State. they will reach All of a sudden, Char Durand and the Wolverines eye a national tile. : : _ f . f, . ve*r ,. . . _ !t…

… VanDeWege and women complete turnaround by Phil Green Daily Basketball Writer Women's basketball has officially arrived at the University of Michigan. Not only did the Wolverines win their first…

Wolverines to finish 8th in a preseason poll, the Wolverines believed they could enter the conference's upper division, and possessed one main goal - to mnir th. he A A tnmmnm.. ballhandling to break every…

… second half of the season to become the team's second leading scorer. Michigan's greatest attribute is that they use their assets to the greatest advantage. The Wolverines employ their tremendous front…

… line (three players over sir feet)'to consistently outrebound their opponents, including a 39-33 advantage over the favored Cowgirls Wednesday night. The Wolverines other strong point is their depth…

March 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 110) • Page Image 12

… after, then-athletic director Bo Schembechler namea Fisher as interim head coach of the Wolverines with the pronouncement: "I want a Michigan man coaching a Michigan team." With their tre head coach…

… somewhere in the desert, the expectations for the Wolverines sauntered somewhere between the slim and none line to even get past the first round. They did. And they made it past the second too. This is as far…

March 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 110) • Page Image 13

… lost my luggage provided to compensate for their faux pas. It's salted peanuts. As I'm munching I go over all that has happened in the last week. Michigan gets a10th-seed bid. Wolverine coach Bud Van…

… unexpected. In the winter, when the Wolverines were 1- 4 in conference play, success was unexpected. By late February, it had become only a possibility. By March, it was reality, a mad scramble for Van…

… Daily, The Anri Arbor News and The Wolverine. Today, the Wolverines are covered everywhere I look. "I think they (Michigan players) are all really excited about picking up the newspapers and reading about…

…." In Oklahoma, the game between the Cowgirls and the Wolverines was the top story in The Daily O'Col- legian, The Daily Oklahoman, and The NewsPress. The story was even placed above victories by the 5th…

…. The complete destruction of predictions and assumptions. And to think, it only took me two hours of deep thinking to realize that. . A r .i c JOSE JUAREZ/Daily Eric Riley and the Wolverines hope to…

April 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 131) • Page Image 11

… shut down the Wolverines, 4-1, in the first game, but Michigan used Ojala's performance to even the series with a 6-0 shutout. The second game began with a Michigan hit parade, as the Wolverines shelled…

… for -four consecutive singles off Minnesota (12-17-1, 2-6) starter Chris Lawler, capped by shortstop Dave Everly's infield hit to extend the Wolverine lead to 2-0. Two outs later, third baseman Tim…

… threatened as three of the four hits he allowed were infield singles. In the opening game, Minnesota used its star pitcher to stifle the Wolverine bats. Lowery, whose 4.15 ERA entering the game was a team high…

Wolverines split the doubleheader winning the second game 6-0 after losing 4-1 in the first game. Michigan will face Minnesota tomorrow at Ray Fisher Stadium to make up for Saturday's washout. 'M' track and…

… elements as well as Michigan State for their first dual meet win of the season. Saturday, the Wolverines (1-0) defeated a depleted Spartan (0-1) squad, 89-57. One of the meet's stars was senior thrower Warde…

…. However, the Wolverines faced a much tougher opponent against Lake Forest Friday. Michigan jumped out to a 13-5 halftime lead, but Lake Forest would not die. The varsity team from Illi- nois came back in…

April 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 131) • Page Image 14

Wolverines have felt the effect - the ERA has ballooned to 3.74 and their Big Ten record is 3-7. Yet, one can hardly expect the pitching staff to play up to the potential last year's did when three new…

…. Both Russell Brock and Kirt Ojala completed their respective games by lasting seven innings each. The problem for Brock was the Michigan bats were silent the first game, as the Wolverines lost 4-1. The…

… pitched." The only pitcher who is struggling of late is relief ace Todd Marion. The sophomore started off the season on fire with six saves, but he was guilty of the worst Wolverine pitching breakdown this…

…. The Wolverines and Gophers battle again today at Fisher Stadium in a doubleheader slated for 1 p.m. by Steven Cohen Daily Basketball Writer As the 1989-90 college basket- ball season has concluded…

…, both the past and the future of Michigan basketball have been on the minds of many Wolverine observers. Though the decision by junior Sean Higgins to forgo his senior year, announced last Wednesday in a…

… press conference at the Omni Hotel in Detroit, has received the majority of the atten- tion, the futures of four other Wolverines are also hanging in the balance. SAYONARA?: Michigan senior forward Mike…

… rightfielder Phil Price ducks to avoid being struck by a wild pitch. The Wolverines now hold a at 17-15 (3-7 in Big Ten) record. 0 of water? to find a home P The Universityof Michigan fceof, FInancia1 Aidv…

April 16, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 131) • Page Image 15

… has any starting experience. Only center Eric Riley has any considerable playing time under his belt in the frontcourt. After that, it's anybody's guess how the Wolverines will play and where they will…

… finish. Will the Wolverines slow their tempo with- out the big run-and-gun athletes like Rumeal Robinson, Loy Vaught and Sean Higgins? "I don't know," Michigan basketball coach Steve Fisher answered. "I…

…'s first recruiting class is expected to see playing time immediately, but it may be due to necessity. No Wolverine signee constitutes a miracle yet. The chance of help from above left when Indiana prep star…

… to avoid being a Proposition 48 casualty and recommited to Michigan this year. The Wolverines are still attempting to sign another recruit. That may be Kevin Hrobowski, a 6-foot-6 center from Detroit…

October 16, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 30) • Page Image 11

… official practice nationwide, and the Wolverines participated in the annual tual. Unlike last year, however, all eyes were not focused toward Crisler Arena. "It's a little bit different atmo- sphere than…

…. Michigan women's cross country coach Sue Foster was afforded this luxury last weekend as first-year runner Jennifer Armstrong nursed a hip injury and did not travel with the team. Wolverine runners dominated…

… place with a time of 17 minutes, 52 seconds. Amy Buchholz, a sophomore, scored third vitational with a time of 18:04. Chris Tyler was the third Wolverine to cross the finish line, breaking the tape in 18…

… that she will be a key member of thi The Wolverines will have two weeks off before their next meet, October 27th at the Big Ten Championships. The meet this year will take place in St. Paul', Minnesota…

… preparations for the conference championship, the Wolverines made the trek to East Lansing Saturday to compete in the. Michigan Intercollegiate Champion- ships. The Wolverines came away with the meet's low…

… senior Jeff Barnett (5th). Yet, the Wolverines felt that they could have performed even better. "We didn't run as well as we should have," Barquist said. "We had a tough week of practice and I think we…

November 16, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 53) • Page Image 16

… one responsibility-laden senior, one wire-thin center and a bench full of potential starters. Plus, without the high expectations shouldered by last year's Wolverines, Michigan has nowhere to go but up…

…. Rumeal is gone. Loy is gone. Terry is gone. Mike is gone. And, yes, even Sean is gone. They're all gone, and they aren't coming back. No matter how hard you think about them, the Wolverine stars ofthe past…

November 16, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 53) • Page Image 17

… Former Wolverine forward Mike Griffin is reportedly residing in Japan, where he plays basketball in a semi-professional corporate league. Word has it Griffin now scores 35 points a night in a very…

…. "Compared to other (Big Ten) teams in size, we're giving up a lot." That will only make Riley's job harder - especially since he is extremely foul-prone. The Wolverines can ill afford to lose their only…

Wolverines can be counted on to pull the trigger early and often from a host of guards, including designated shooter Tony Tolbert, a sophomore not known for lack of confidence. In fact, if things go too…

… Michigan to take more three- pointers than it has in the past. Three quick guards may also mean increased pressing on defense, a tactic the Wolverines have generally stayed away from in the past, in favor of…

November 16, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 53) • Page Image 19

… season: No. 1 in the college basketball poll. - Michigan received 16 points, which placed the Wolverines No. 47 in the nation. A panel of 65 sports writers and broadcasters picked UNLV No. 1, followed by…

… that. But now, as Wolverine fans descend back to reality, they insist on sinking to the other end of the preseason totem pole. Before Michigan has taken its first NCAA tipoff this season, everyone is…

… its fan's collective head is great, with three major variables deciding the team's fate: the Wolverines are surfing waves of maybe and probably in a sea of uncertainties. Uncertainty: Who will play the…

… Ten centers have the size, but not the speed. That could be a rationalization, but it could also be true given Michigan's new fast-paced attack. FormerJ Wolverine power forward Loy Sheran Vaught, for…

Wolverines made their mark on Mitchell as well. "I was underestimating the talent at this school when I thought I'd be a starter right away," Mitchell conceded. "There's a great deal of talent here, and I…

… than bad tennis players. Probably: What the Wolverines then need is a point guard who can run the floor Give this team a chance intellige: basketba team; as] Deme could pe last year. point to a scorer…

November 16, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 53) • Page Image 21

… forward in comparison to the other rookies. Mitchell should see action early in the season alongside Wolverine center Eric Riley. He can score from either the perimeter or inside. He also can jump fairly…

… top scorer." Another adjustment Mitchell must make is the switch from being a perimeter shooter to a post-up player. In the past, he.has been an outside shooter for the most part, but the Wolverines are…

… center, so he must also stay clear of foul trouble. Armer must rebound effectively, especially on offense; since the Wolverines are generally a perimeter team. "Chip's biggest asset has to be size and…

November 16, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 53) • Page Image 22

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January 16, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 75) • Page Image 7

… athletic performance, include his world record in the 200-meter breaststroke, his American record in the 200-yard breaststroke at last year's NCAA Championships, and his captaincy of this year's Wolverine

… be presented March 11 in Indianapolis. Barrow- man hopes to become Michigan's second Sullivan winner; he would follow former Wolverine pitcher Jim Abbott, who won the honor in 1988. Barrowman returned…

… to Ann Arbor Monday evening with fellow Wolverines Eric Namesnik, Eric Wunderlich and coach Jon Urban- chek. This concluded Barrowman's prolonged absence which began last summer when he took a semester…

…. With Barrowman back, the Wolverines return to full strength as they head west for a pair of meets. Friday, Michigan faces No. 3 Stanford and Saturday, it visits No. 9 Cal-Berkeley. Despite the jet lag…

January 16, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 75) • Page Image 8

… expected. "I'm more disappointed than sur- prised," Wolverine coach Steve Fish- er said. "We had chances to win two out of four games, but we didn't. We need to have guys make some baskets when the game is…

… contributed to the Wolverines' 10 point defeat versus Ohio State. He added that turnovers, Michigan's season-long Achilles' heel, cost the squad its 79-78 loss in Iowa City. The biggest surprises thus far have…

April 16, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 134) • Page Image 4

… 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…

April 16, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 134) • Page Image 9

… weekend, the Wolverines (2-6 in the Big Ten, 18-14 overall) were looking to bounce back against the Broncos. However, as they arrived in the famed quad-syllabic town, the skies opened, and a thunderous…

… downpour washed away any thoughts of playing the games. The Wolverines won't have to wait long to try again, though. They host Michigan State today in a doubleheader. The Spartans (1-7 in the Big Ten, 8…

… lacked in the past," Wolverine coach Red Berenson said. Sinclair, who signed with the Wolverines during the early period, sails from Mississauga, Ontario, and played for the Wexford Junior B squad…

… the Wolverine A side squeaked out a 10- 3 victory. "(The B side) just wasn't work- ing as a cohesive unit," co-captain John Swis said. "They had different players and that inexperience re- sulted in…

… fixed on him and he just put both of his shots in." In the final match of the day, the Michigan C side walloped the Akron B side 32-18. Jim Staples and Shawn Knight led the team with 22 of the Wolverines

September 16, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 148) • Page Image 16

…Page 8- The Michigan Daily- Sports Monday - September 16, 1991 RECRUITS Continued from page 1 Read was also similar to Crowe in her impression of the Wolverines. "I just had a great feeling about…

… president Bud Selig said he recalled Joe Adcock of the Milwaukee Braves hitting one over temporary bleachers and out in the VOLLEYBALL Continued from page 1 Lorenzen led the Wolverine attack with 14 kills…

January 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 58) • Page Image 5

… Michigan Daily Thursday, January 16,1992 Page 5 OF ULL C 0 URT" PRESS Purdue boils Michigan, 65 -60 Weather brings out worst in Wolverines by Albert Lin Daily Basketball Writer Austin's 19 kills late…

Wolverine comeback by John Niyo Daily Basketball Writer M The weather was terrible. Snow piled high, all over the ground. With more coming down. In years past, it would be expected that students re- main…

… Dec. 21, but they didn't like what they saw. They didn't see the running, gunning, high-flying team they were used to seeing. In fact, they booed the Wolverines off the court at halftime. What they saw…

… baskets," Wolverine point guard Michael Tal- ley said. "We just have to play intensive defense for 45 seconds, and hope to get the turnover." And therein lies the problem. It's not that the Wolverines didn…

…'t try. They did. But only for 30 seconds at a time. Or 40. But never the entire 45. The slow-down made Michigan work extra hard, and never allowed the Wolverines to get into their game, which at this…

… one-on-one moves. On the other hand, Purdue would rotate the ball. Set screens. Wait pa- tiently for the good shot. And as the clock ran down, invariably the young Wolverines would lose patience, and…

… the Boilermakers would get an easy shot. Fisher maintains that his team plays a "passing game," but its last two outings seem to indicate otherwise. The Wolverines were able to over- power opponents…

January 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 58) • Page Image 8

…0 Page 8- The Michigan Daily- Thursday, January 16,1992 SPORTING VIEWS Spartan spikers come to CCRB Wolverines hold their home opener this weekend Foolish APvoters forget irergei by Ken Su gura…

Wolverines are eager to open their home season tomorrow against Michigan State at 7:30 p.m. at the CCRB. Michigan State has won the Midwest Intercollegiate Volley- ball Association championship the last three…

March 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

… oc- curred at the 12:15 mark of the final period Saturday night. Ohio State rookie Brian Loney blindsided =G Wolverine forward David Oliver with a cross-check to T the back of his head as they skated…

… lunges at forward Denny Felsner's shot in Friday's 4-2 Michigan victory. See VIOLENCE, Page 5 Wolverines won, 9-4, to sweep the first round of the CCHA playoffs. Felsner scored five goals in the se .Cagers…

… State (12-21-5 overall). Berenson's fears were warranted as his Wolverines (30-7-3) came out flat in Friday's first period. However, Michigan battled back from a 1-0 deficit to defeat the Buckeyes, 4…

… tonight. We were a little rusty." Felsner took the task in his own hands Saturday, scoring four goals in the Wolverines 9-4 victory to complete the sweep. Felsner opened the scoring just 18 seconds into the…

… Basketball Writer The Wolverines slowly climbed upward in their last couple games toward 20 victories and an NCAA tournament appearance. Saturday, they made the final step toward that goal. In their last…

… like the Illini might snub Michigan's chances at that 20th victory in the latter part of the first half. The Wolverines came out strong at the start of the contest, working down Illinois' shot clock with…

…, the Illini tallied __ 14 points inside the paint. The Wolverines kept close by means of two Jimmy King jumpers, the only points scored from the floor during Illinois' spurt. A couple of Illini misses…

… teams traded Rose and fe baskets in the initial minutes, Michigan ti Michigan turned to the style of play stormed toa it had established at the beginning of left to play.] the contest. The Wolverines em…

… expected No. 3 or No. 4 seed for the Wolverines, they received the sixth seed in the Southeast Regional. Michigan will face No. 11 seed Temple Friday at the Omni in Atlanta. "I'll be honest, I was a little…

… Owls shot only .429 See NCAAS, Page 2 'KNNET"SM"LLER"aily Rookie guard Jimmy King looks to dish to forward Chris Webber in Saturday's 68-59 victory over Illinois. Yesterday, King and the Wolverines

March 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 93) • Page Image 12

…'t scattered through- out the record books. He was never an All-American or even an All-Big Ten selection. And his name proba- bly will never be mentioned in the same sentences with past Wolverine hoops heroes…

… the Big Ten re- lented. It was against Iowa that Hunter made his successful debut, then, providing a spark that had been missing. most of the year for the Wolverines. Hunter, as everyone now knows…

… others, the logic in the decision was simple. Who better to lead this young Wolverine team, it seemed then and still does - a team that has had to continually prove naysayers wrong - than someone who has…

… home. TURNING 20: With the victory over Illinois, Michigan reached the 20-win plateau for the regular season. The Wolverines have de- feated every team they have competed against this year at least once…

… majority of the Wolverines. "Normally young players don't do well in a tournament situation," Illinois coach Lou BASKETBALL Continued from page 1 balls. In the second, we were getting them and turning them…

… into transition baskets." Those transition baskets allowed Michigan to increase its shooting percentage from 36 percent in the first half to 60 percent in the second. The Wolverines more than doubled…

March 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 93) • Page Image 13

… weekend, the Wolverines advance to the next round of the CCHA playoffs. This com- ing Saturday night at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, the Wolverines will meet the Miami Redskins in the 4 p.m. semifinal…

… proved the Wolverines intended to run up the score. "We started with them (Felsner and Wiseman) and then we rotated four different lines. We wanted to send them a message," Michigan coach Red Berenson said…

… campus at the age of 17, by far the youngest in the quartet. Coming from San Jose, igan hockey should be like." Finally, there is Felsner. Perhaps the greatest Wolverine to lace up a pair of skates, he…

… said. "They (the refs) stopped calling penalties as soon as the game got out of reach. Sticks were flying and those things happen." However, the Wolverines did not agree with Welsh's assessment. "It…

…," Ward said, "there would have been some retaliation." In Friday's game, Buckeye for- ward Sacha Guilbaut deflected home a Greg Beaucage shot from the point to give OSU an early 1-0 lead. The Wolverines

… sometime Sunday." The Buckeyes are forced into using these tactics because they have little ability for finesse and simply cannot skate with the Wolverines. Friday night, OSU enjoyed far more success than in…

… coupling its playoff intensity with the Wolverines 10-day layoff, Welsh's crew was able to neutralize Michigan's team speed and the ad- vantage of the larger ice surface early in the night with its own tena…

… percentage. While the Wolverines have seen the tough-guy act before and have enough muscle to handle any bullies on the CCHA block, cooler heads usually prevail. "I like playing tough games," defenseman Chris…

March 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 93) • Page Image 14

… winding downward with frightening dropoffs intermittently strewn throughout the slopes. In what amounted to a fitting end to a frus- trating season, the Wolverines (3-15 Big Ten, 7-21 overall) concluded…

… Classic over winter break - while Purdue , the twelfth-ranked team in the nation, is primed for an NCAA tournament appearance. While the Wolverines closed their season with five straight losses, the…

… stripe 37 times, where they made good on 30 of their tries, while the Wolverines were a paltry 6 of 12. Wolverine forward/center Trish Andrew overcame subpar performances against Penn State and Illinois in…

… her previous two games to pace Michigan with 18 points and 12 rebounds. Senior Char Durand looks to penetrate against Minnesota earlier this season. Durand and the Wolverines dropped their last game of…

… to Buffalo may not have been the com- plete recovery the Michigan men's volleyball club was looking for Saturday. However, the Wolverines were pleased with their strong effort and didn't look anything…

Wolverines' third and final pool opponent was a highly regarded Delaware team. Michigan came out flat and dropped its first game before coming back to win the second. The third match was close as the Blue Hens…

… edged the Wolverines, 17-16. "We knew Delaware was a strong team but we may have been too ca- sual after starting out 6-0," Michigan coach Tom Johengen said. Michigan's 7-2 pool record earned the team the…

… No. 3 seed at the beginning of the eight team playoff. However, a rule stipulating that teams from the same pool not face each other in round one placed the Wolverines in the same bracket with No. 1…

March 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 93) • Page Image 15

… needed boost this weekend, as the Wolverines defeated Ohio State Saturday, 8-1 . Michigan had suffered consecu- tive losses to Big Ten rivals Wisconsin and Northwestern earlier this season and the team was…

… and get the job done." The Wolverines swept all the singles matches in two sets. Kalei Beamon defeated Ohio State's Kelly Story, 6-3, 6-4, at No 1. Kim Pratt, Jaimie Fielding, and Allison Schlonsky…

March 16, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 93) • Page Image 16

… racers. Each run included about 80 skiers. The Wolverines worked hard all week to raise enough funds to make the trip, and they said that their re- suits at the meet made their efforts worthwhile. "We…

… were all real happy with how we finished," rookie Amy Portenga said. "We all stood up and we all finished." Captain Lisa Witty, the lone se- nior on the team, was the top Wolverine finisher in both the…

… was a big sheet of ice." "It was one extreme to the other," Witty added. "It was more skiable, but very icy." The Wolverines did their best to overcome the slippery conditions in the slalom, capturing…

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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… it al- lowed five goals in two games, the Michigan field hockey team turned to its defense Monday night against Rutgers, looking for its second vic- tory of the year. The Wolverine defense re…

… vaulted the Wolverines' The Michigan field hockey team bounced back from a weekend split with a record to 2-1 early in the 1992 sea- 2-0 shutout against Rutgers Monday night. son. Michigan managed a split…

… Villanova 3-2, while losing to William and Mary by an identical score. The loss to William and Mary seemed to ignite a fire in the Wolverine defense. "The defense had a meeting after the (William and Mary…

… Katie Thomas's goal with 3:40 remaining in the final period. For Thomas, who led the Wolverines in scoring last season, the goal was her third of the young season. The 2-0 shutout does not tell the entire…

… story. Michigan had 22 shots inside the circle against Rutgers, while the Lady Knights managed only three. The Wolverine defense made things easier for freshman goalkeeper Rachel Geisthardt, who secured a…

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… Mitchell Field, probably should have stayed home. The Wolverines got started early * with a goal by Alicia Stewart at 12 minutes and continued to cruise to a 5-0 victory. "Technically the game should have…

… been a forfeit because of the delay," Michigan coach Peter Man- ning said. "But I would have felt bad taking it. I really wanted to play. I think the circumstances really got us fired up." The Wolverines

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… Michigan women's volleyball team looks to this week's home matches with Iowa and Minnesota with the same degree of importance. The Wolverines bring a 4-2 Big Ten record into this weekend's matches with the…

… hope of shrinking Penn State's two-game conference lead by sweeping the con- petition. Crucial to a Wolverine victory this weekend will be the re-establishment of their powerful front line - something…

Wolverines are second in the Big Ten in kill average. In its match with Iowa Friday night, Michigan faces last year's tenth-place finisher in the Big Ten. But with their current .500 record, the Ilawkeyes are…

… somewhat improved from the team that lost twice to the Wolverines last year. Iowa's second-year coach Linda Schoenstedt directs a young lineup with only one senior. That senior, juco transfer Michelle…

… Thompson, led last year's team in digs, service aces and total blocks. Saturday night, the Wolverines will have to thwart the serving prowess of Minnesota, who last. year led the Big Ten in service aces with…

…, Northwestern and others at the 1992 Wolverine Invitational. All totaled, nineteen matches will take place. As the team prepares for this weekend, the Wolverine's only home event of the season, coach Scott…

… Russell eyes the Spartans and Wildcats as Michigan's strongest challengers. Northwestern finished second behind Michigan in the Big Ten last year, and defeated the Wolverines 7- 6 at Evanston last weekend…

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… to recreate the life of saxophone great Lester Young. Read a review of this original work by a University Theatre professor. The Michigan Wolverines won, lost and tied this weekend. They tied Illinois…

…) scores a touchdown in the Wolverines' 22-22 tie against l II:Ts. At eft, Wolverine wice receiver Derrick Alexander reacts to an Elvis Grbac interc e ption. The tie gave Michigan a Rose Bowl berth, but…

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