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January 16, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 53) • Page Image 11

…firtthi tt at1",6,tj Wolverines back on $rack a er earl oses EAST LANSING - All of a sudden there's reason to be excited if you're a Michigan basketball fan. And that certainly didn't seem possible…

… a couple of weeks ago when 0 Wolverines finished their holiday ak with a couple of losses at UNLV and Wisconsin. The Runnin' Rebels had lost five in a row before stunning Michigan by a basket. The red…

… to name-calling. Michigan's Robert Traylor was referred to as "fatso" more than once. Wolverine coach ve Fisher had to endure the "go me Fisher, because all you can do is recruit" chant, Anything for a…

Wolverines won the battle of the boards, 42-30, and blocked seven shots to Michigan State's one. Traylor The Wolverines con- trolled the glass, amassing 42 rebounds to the Spartans' 30. Michigan's dominance…

November 16, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 35) • Page Image 16

… coach Debbie Belkin said. "This year's senior class accomplished more than any other." The season ended last Saturday when the Wolverines (9-1-1 Big Ten, 17-6-1 overall) lost to Wake Forest, 1-0, in the…

… season ranked 15th. The Wolverines' non-conference schedule fielded five competitive teams. Michigan tnanaged a 3-2 record entering the Big Ten season. "In the beginning of the season, we were feeling each…

September 16, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 1) • Page Image 40

… to be swayed from his earlier predic- tion that a new champion would be crowned in Columbus. The Wolverines, he claimed, lacked the necessary first-place strength to capture the Confer- ence crown…

… Captain Dave Owen, who had been busy re-writing rec- ord books with his 16-lb. lead ball, was the only sure first place Michigan had. In the hurdles, the Wolverines had one great big cipher. Simi- lar holes…

… that Canham had made in December could now be seen in the light of the indoor season and the revelations were, to Michigan fans, shocking. There just were no hurdlers on the Wolverine squad. Scholastic…

… one deficit was bad enough but it was not the only one the Wolverines were forced to face. The middle-distance runners, Robin Varian, Ernie Sims and Milt Robinson were either injured or performing below…

… hurdle with some talent when needed. I FLYING WOLVERINE - John Magnuson, laborous Michigan sprinter, hard at work in practice to improve his times. Magnuson, a junior from Compton, Cal., placed fourth in…

… be able to win the out- door crown. The only real ques- tion was whether or not they would be able to stay in the first division. Two weeks before the outdoor finals the Wolverines traveled down to…

… Champaign for a re- match with Illinois. But this time there was no 30-pt. victory for the Blue. A renovated Illini squad ran all over Michigan and snapped the Wolverines' long winning streak by better than a…

… shot put and sophomore Lou Williams' surprising third place in the broadjump with a leap. of 23' 11%", the Wolverines piled up more than enough points to entrench themselves solidly In third place. There…

… the high jump and with a few good freshmen the Wolverines could pose a definite threat next year. ICHIGAN MEN select their PIPES from PIPE REPAIRS l 8 ESTH VROW 8L E~4 C I-7 _ _ l …

April 16, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 135) • Page Image 10

…'s tennis team from continuing its sweep across the Midwest yesterday at the Liberty Tennis and Fitness Club. The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame ran out of fire power and fell to the Wolverines 8-1, adding to…

… the list of Wolverine prey. Michigan's trophies now include Purdue, Illinois, Michigan State, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Eastern Michigan, and Miami of Ohio. THE HOME match marked Michigan's fourth contest…

… bunch of guys." AFTER LOSING his first regular season match against Purdue's Jim Gray last Saturday, junior Ed Nagel proved that he has returned to form by leading the way for the Wolverines. He disposed…

… third doubles, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 for their lone point. Doily Photo by JOHN MUNSON Sophomore shortstop Mary Ann Daviers narrowly avoids senior lef- tfielder Lisa Juzysta in the second game of the Wolverine

… year this weekend. Batsmen shut down Eastern Michigan From Staff Reports: With little hitting, the Wolverine baseball team was forced to rely on pitching in their doubleheader sweep of Eastern Michigan…

November 16, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 35) • Page Image 9

… Commodores By Uma Subramanian Daily Sports Writer NASHVILLE - Heartbreak Hotel. For the Michigan women's basketball team, Vanderbilt's Memorial Gym was just that. The Wolverines went into Friday's game against…

… collective heart of the Wolverines was slowing breaking. Defensively, however, Michigan (0-1) was surprisingly effective. The Wolverines succeeded in holding one of the most productive offenses in the country…

March 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 92) • Page Image 18

…- captains Heather Kabnick and Lauren LaBranche performed for the last time in front of a home crowd at Cliff Keen Arena on Saturday afternoon. They led the second- ranked Wolverines to a victory over…

… and there, but overall, everything was very good," Cain said. The Wolverines are looking forward to a strong performance in the postseason, begin- ning with Big Ten Championships next Saturday in Iowa…

October 16, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 12) • Page Image 12

… weekend of the year thus far for the Michigan field hockey team. The Wolverines battled for the Big Ten conference regular season title. The weekend, however, was a disappointment for them. Michigan battled…

… Northwestern Friday and met Iowa Sunday at Ocker Field. The Wolverines fell to both the Wildcats, 2-1, and the Hawkeyes, 3-2. With the losses, Michigan dropped to 3-4 in the conference and 10-6 overall…

… Sunday, 2-0. Badger sophomore Ruth Brennan tapped a looseball past Wolverine goalie Jori Welchans to tie the game at two near the end of regulation Friday. The Badgers got the game-winning goal, four…

… midfield battle, with neither team taking any chances. The Badgers tied the game on a Heather Willihnganz shot that went through Welchans' grasp. Only 15 seconds later, Wolverine freshman Jessica Limauro…

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…

September 16, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 10) • Page Image 14

… came within minutes of beginning a ;eason more successfully than any team in its short, hree-year history. In a tournament including matchups igainst two top Ivy League opponents, the Wolverines ed in…

… the second half in one and were three minutes rom overtime in the other, but ended up with just a tie nd a loss. Yesterday in Providence, the Wolverines lost to Yale ?-1 on a penalty kick with just…

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…

September 16, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 129) • Page Image 15

… different from practice for the Wolverines' women's team, because in both situations, they are running against their teammates. - Led by freshman Elizabeth ampfe's second-place finish, Michigan improved its…

… record to 2-0 by winning the Jayhawk Invitational in Lawrence, Kan. Seven of the top 10 finishers were Wolverines, combining for a team score of 22 points. Kampfe led all Michigan finishers in the five…

… Snyder said. "In addition to the rest of the team, it was nice having the girls' (team) there cheering us on." Wolverine runners had an advantage before Saturday's race even began. The Jayhawk Invitational…

… of 25:28 and 25:29, respectively. Other Michigan times included Jeff Beuche, 25:45; Jeff Rogers, 25:52; Ryan Burt, 26:05 and Chris Bunt, 26:10. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, Steve Lawrence wasn…

… nationals." The Wolverines were ranked 11th in the nation coming into the weekend. An impressive race against the Fighting Irish - also ranked among the nation's elite - would be a huge step toward a top…

March 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 92) • Page Image 15

…. ingly, she scored the Wolverines' t'basket, last basket and most of r critical baskets in between. ast year's Big Ten Freshman of ear, Thomas' role on the team ear has been multi-dimension- And she has…

… Friday that kept the Wolverines in for the Wolverines. As the team's the game. quickest player and best jumper, she It was Thomas, with just more than often elevates over taller players and a minute left…

November 16, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 35) • Page Image 31

…Oh r.- kY a I A~ __Thy Nlihisan gly u-- TI" flC!S4 - Thursday; November -16.-1995 lfl - IIIC vI1G1116011 va11y Michigan faces tough slate :. Wolverines hope to improve nonconference record…

… embarassing losses to Pennsylvania, Washington and St. John's almost kept the Wolverines out of the NCAA Tournament. This year's nonconference slate is not quite as difficult, but it still provides a great deal…

November 16, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 62) • Page Image 10

… was 100 points and a win over the Yugoslavian national team begin the Wolverines' basketball season. It was a good beginning, to put it mildly, for freshman Gary Grant, and a positive new beginning for…

… eventually we're gonna face much better teams," said Michigan coach Bill Frieder after last night's 100-87 entrance examination. Topping the Wolverine honor role was Roy Tarpley, whose 22 points led Michigan…

… and whose 19 rebounds were a multi-national best. Grant's 17 points gave him the Wolverines' second highest grade, but it was his defense of Yugoslavia's star guard Drazen Petrovic for his first Crisler…

… left him on him (Petrovic)." Grant's defense was also one of the keys to the Wolverine offense. Each of his game-high three steals led to Michigan points, the most notable of which was a ferocious…

… reverse dunk by forward Rich Rellford late in the second half. A few minutes before that dunk, the Wolverines were struggling. Michigan's 51-35 halftime lead had been cut to seven, 73-66 with nine minutes…

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…

November 16, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 52) • Page Image 12

…w w w w w w w w w w w w 4B Saturday, November 17, 2007 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Saturday, November 17, 2007 ER The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom 1-2-3: The Wolverines

… propel it to the Rose Bowl. Postgame aftermath: After the game, all eyes turned to Iowa City, where Iowa upset Wisconsin, sending the Wolverines to the Rose Bowl. A little more than a month later, the…

… best defenses in the country, but it was the offenses that thrived. Smith's performance showed why he would eventually capture the Heisman Trophy, as he picked apart the previously impenetrable Wolverine

… Century, Wolverine fans had to be incredibly disap- pointed to come so close but not seal the deal. But losing a close road game to the No. 1 team in the country, as bad as it hurts to lose to the Buckeyes…

… the National Championship game. The Gators made good on their opportunity, crushing the Buck- eyes 44-17. The Wolverines didn't fare much better than their conference counterparts in the Rose Bowl…

September 16, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 125) • Page Image 14

… and pumped up and we were not playing our usual passing game." But the Wolverine defense was doing a good job stopping the occasional Eagle threat, according to Belkin,. "We were playing solid defense…

… the tiring match. "Thank God we scored, because I could not have managed to play anoth- er 30 minutes!" Ninety minutes of regulation took a greater toll on " Eastern Michigan than the , Wolverines. At…

…, as Michigan found out yesterday. The Wolverines won in overtime, 2-1, on a Jessica Limauro goal from 18 yards out on a pass from Mar Hoff. Following the game, Limauro was more relieved than excited…

… Michigan fans, it's not too hard to start thinking about the Michigan softball team. And why not? The girls of spring are a near-dynasty. The Wolverines have won four straight of, well, a lot of things. Four…

… straight Big Ten championships, four straight 50-win seasons, and four straight NCAA World Series appear- ances. The Wolverines finished the 1997-98 season with a team-record 56 victories. Michigan finished…

… eluded the Wolverines in their 19- year history - a World Series champi- onship. Will year 20 be the charm? The Wolverines will begin their quest at the Elk Rapids tournament in Elk Rapids, Mich…

…., starting Friday. The Wolverines will have a slightly different look than last year Besides losing five players and gain- ing four freshmen, the team has'a new assistant coach, as Jennifer Brundage replaces…

… Kollen, and catcher Stephanie Volpe have a huge weight on their shoulders - replacing five players from last sea- son's 56-7 squad. The Wolverines lost Sara Grif, Lisa Kelley, Jennifer McKittrick and…

… det r- mination to get better." And the Wolverines only need improve a little bit to grab that elusU crown. "That's always the goal, but it's takirg baby steps to get there again," Kosanke said. "We…

May 16, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 9) • Page Image 16

… have no outstanding JUNIOR MICHAEL LE The Michigan men's tenms team, servers. in the number one s which squeezed out a tie for the title . Their singles players are all back- Wolverines against UC. with…

…'8" or 5'9". times. first round of the NCAA tournament . None of the UCLA doubles teams Michigan will also have today in Athens, Ga. The -Wolverines are outstanding. Leach and senior Matt H were paired…

… crown last weekend to Ohio State's Ernie Fernan- dez. Neither Wolverine is seeded in the NCAA tournament. Ra in slows Big Tfen. basebal tourney The players were ready but Mother Nature wasn't yesterday…

… East with an 8-6-1 mark, behind the Wolverines. Illinois held on to the West lead throughout most of the season until - Minnesota swept Wisconsin last Sunday in a doubleheader, giving the Gophers a 13…

…'s first round of the Big Ten Golf Championships, Michigan is in a fifth-place tie with Iowa. Both the Wolverines and the Hawkeyes shot a nine-over par 364 to trail leader Purdue by twelvestrokes. Michigan…

…'s top individual scorer is currently senior John Morse, who is in eighth place with a par 71. Steve Maddalena registered a 72 for the Wolverines,' while Ed Humenik and Tom Pursel both shot a 73. PURDUE…

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…

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…

October 16, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 12) • Page Image 14

… Saturday: MARK FRIEDMAN/Daily at the 18:24 mark of the second period to give the Wolverines a 4-0 lead over Guelph By Alan Goldenbach Daily Sports Writer Inexperienced, immature, intimi- dated? Huh…

…-game skat- ers typically do in Michigan's 8-0 whitewash of Guelph Saturday. The quintet held its own both of- fensively -accounting for more than one-fourth of the Wolverines' points - and defensively…

… period. Wolverine forwards also fanned on a couple of additional scoring chances. One thing Berenson tried to do was get a lot of different players on power play units. At least 12 Michigan play- ers got…

… that this was the Wolverines' first game. But the penalty killing units held the Gryphons scoreless on eight opportuni- ties with only one shot on net. START WITH A WIN: There are more than a few…

…- ber of the NCAA. This is the second straight year Michigan started off the season fac- ing a Canadian team. Last year, the Wolverines hosted York (Ontario) and matched this year's opening score, 8- 0…

May 16, 2011 (vol. 122, iss. 137) • Page Image 11

…Monday, May 16, 2011 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 11 Wolverines set to host NCAA Regional as No.10 seed By EMILY BONCHI Daily Sports Writer The No.2 Michigan softballteam has officially…

…," Michi- gan coach Carol Hutchins said to her team after the announcement Sunday night. "Nobody's ranking matters. Now we play. The team that plays the best wins." The Wolverines were announced as the No…

October 16, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 29) • Page Image 8

…-to-man defense against the high-octane Boilermaker offense. Wolverines extend 12-day scoreless drought, fall to tough Purdue squad By MARK BURNS DailySports Writer Take a 20-piece puzzle. Now try and take one of…

… won't fit - tonight inside an already sold-out Cliff Keen Arena. The Wolverines (4-2 Big Ten, 16-3 overall) haven't defeated the Nittany Lions since Nov. 2, 2002. Since then, Penn State has won two…

… conference. It "Today we played the better soc- s 1.92 goals per game, but cer," Ryan said. "If you put enough tng Wolverine defense held balls in the penalty box, one is just one notch. going to curve in…

November 16, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 35) • Page Image 18

… its season. The Wolverines (5-1-1 CCHA, 6-2-1 overall) hung on for 2-2 tie against the Fighting Irish after picking up two points in a 6-3 home victory over Alaska- Fairbanks on Friday. With Sean…

…, attacking defense employed by the Wolverines, and some clutch saves from freshman goal- tender Josh Blackburn, Michigan was able to silence the Joyce Center crowd and keep the contest knotted at two. "That…

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, 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…

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…

October 16, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 14) • Page Image 11

… 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

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…

November 16, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 35) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 16, 2000 - 15A Women's basketball to sign three recruits The Michigan women's basketball team signed three players for the 2001 season. The Wolverines signed…

…. Finishing fourth in the Canadian Olympic Trials in the 1500 mdters, Brannen will supplement the Wolverines with his 3:45.09 1500- meter personal best, comparable to a 4:02 mile. The senior from Preston High…

Wolverine and NHL defenseman Blake Sloan. Coaches say that they're expecting a few more recruits and because of the graduating seniors and that they'%e been lacking depth the last few \c}ars due to unexpected…

October 16, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 14) • Page Image 9

… last week- end's 1-1 road trip, the Wolverines will face No. 1 Penn State Friday and Indiana Saturday at Cliff Keen Arena. The Wolverines (5-1 Big Ten, 12-5 overall) are off to the best Big Ten start in…

…. According to Giovanazzi, the Wolverines usually prepare for only one of the two teams they are going to face during the weekend. This week's approach has been a little bit different. "This week, we…

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…

January 16, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 61) • Page Image 9

… COLUMBUS - This weekend, the Michigan hockey team played four periods of excellent hockey.. But a sweep of the two-game series would have required six. On Saturday night, the Wolverines (10- 4-1 CCHA, 16…

… schoolers facing an NHL team. Ohio State's impressive backchecking along with its players' fiery first steps were too much for the flat-footed Wolverines to match. "I think that's one of the best games our…

…. Sophomore LaVell Blanchard was the only Wolverine to score in double digits. He finished the game with 15 points on 4-of-11 shooting. "They had a great defense, but we've seen better," sophomore Gavin…

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, 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…

January 16, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 85) • Page Image 10

… champion wrestling over the holi- days-the Wolverines lost only one meet while winning five others, but a plague of injuries at key positions forced Coach Cliff Keen to make some major adjustments in the…

… team lineup. The Wolverines snatched a first place at the Chicago West Subur- ban tourney with Buuddy Pal- misano, Cal Jenkins, and Rick( Bay gaining individual titles while Lee Deitrick retained his 147…

… Purdue contest. First Place The Wolverines piled up 83 points to lead the pack in the Chicago West Suburban tourna- ment. Wolverine lightweight Buddy Palmisano tallied two falls to win the 115-pound title…

…, Jenkins won faur straight for the 137-pound crown, and Rick Bay, defending Big Ten champ at 157, copped the 167-pound medal. Wolverine soph Tino Lambrose picked up a third place in the 123- pound class, and…

… match. Rick Bay made his first dual-meet per- formance this season for the Wol- verines, defeating Roger Cook, 5-3. Only Loss Against NYAC, loaded with ex- collegiate wrestling champions, the Wolverines

… could salvage only seven points as Miller defeated NYAC's Jerry Greinier, 5-3, and Bay and Deitrick both drew. At New York two more Wolverines saw dual-meet action for the ini- tial time: Lambrose lost to…

…, Horning got the call at 130, and the ex-Ann Arbor High wrestler pinned Ken Robison in 3:25 and won three straight matches. The Wolverines had no trouble with Hofstra, winning 25-3, with Spaly gaining a…

April 16, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 137) • Page Image 6

… ever. "Winning the Big Ten indoor meet was by far the outstanding event in my memory," reminisces Canham, Wolverine coach for the past 11 years. Michigan was expected to battle it out with Illinois for…

… the crown. In fact, the Illini were installed as the meet's favorite by virtue of their dual meet victory over the Wolverines two weeks previous. Perform at Peak But peak showings by virtually everyone…

…, gave Michigan a 23- point runaway. The Wolverines notched 71 points to Illinois' 48, making a shambles of the form chart. Major League Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE I NATIONAL LEAGUE Cleveland New York…

January 16, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 75) • Page Image 8

… Phillipssurroundedth ready to take on the to as a unit. The disappointmen the Wolverines' firstI loss of the season, fron straight to the Sparta not capitalizing on a le second half. "I think we can Michigan coach Kevin…

… "We just got mixed up had agood game plang we had a lot of really g The Wolverines (2- overall) drew a largec rivalry game. The Mic section chanted "can write," "little sister" gan State) coach (Suzy…

… nerves. The Pirates fouled Wolverine guard Rumeal Robinson' with three seconds left in the extra frame and the Wolverines down one. Robinson had been in the exact situation earlier that season against…

November 16, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 35) • Page Image 16

…. They (Miami) earned the chances they got." The third period witnessed the kind of explosive hockey expected of Michigan, and the kind of hockey that has been lacking of late. The Wolverines scored three…

…, as the Wolverine offense had too many missed chances. The sput- tering power play evidenced the nu- merous blown opportunities for Michigan, as the Wolverines failed to convert on any of their ten…

… hammering away and play- ing a high-level intensity game." r n e4Li e , 1 6 EVAN PETRIE/Daily Senior defenseman Pat Neaton carries the puck up ice during the Wolverines Saturday night victory over…

… luetreadswaterin competve LA by Andy Stabile Daily Hockey Writer [)on't be ftoled. Michigan took three points from Miami this weekend, but considering the way the Wolverines fought to Saturday's win following Friday…

…'s series felt: Friday's tie was mostly a result of Miami's hunger to win while Saturday's Michigan victory was a result of the Wolverines desperation not to lose. Let's face it. Miami had no cause for…

… conference to stay. Michigan, on the other hand, finds themselves desperately trying to tread the CC1-IA waters, determined not to drown. 'he Wolverines won last I"riday's match against Lake Superior after…

… taking only one point from Western Michigan the week before. After losing Saturday's game against the Lakers and tying Miami this Friday, the Wolverines were indeed desper- ate again for a win Saturday…

…. And even this game was tied, 1- 1, after a second period in which the Wolverines were outplayed and held to four shots. Michigan got a spark in the third when lDan Stiver netted the go-ahead goal. Mike…

… Knuble then scored two of his own, but this was anyone's game before the Wolverines' third-period barrage. And let it be said now that the balance el power in the ('CCIA is chang- ing. Once doormats…

… that Michigan has as much or more" talent than anyone in the conference. Because of this, teams get fired up to play the Wolverines. What is clear in the last three weeks is that the Wolverines cannot…

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…10 - Friday, Semptember 16, 2011 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Notre Dame will be massive test for Wolverines By MATT SLOVIN Daily Sports Writer If the Michigan men's soc- cer team is at…

… its best form of the young season - and seeing as the Wolverines (2-4-1) are unbeaten in their last three games, that seems to be the case - good for- tune has it that its biggest test is next. When the…

March 16, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 115) • Page Image 9

… season came the Wolverines failed consis- to an end last night with an 87- tently to take care of the ball, 66 loss to Florida State in the and Florida State (22-12) took second round of the National…

… Michigan coach within one,19-18. Tommy Amaker's job security. The Wolverines committed a "We're going to keep doing shot-clockviolationonthe next our jobs," Amaker said of him- possession, and the Seminoles…

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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…

January 16, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 61) • Page Image 15

… wrestling team at the Wendy's Classic Duals in Ashland, Ohio. The Wolverines (7-0) did not surren- der a match in their three duals on the afternoon, defeating Binghamton, 45-0, Marquette, 50-0 and Cleveland…

… State 48-0. All three of the victories saw the Wolverines score bonus points with nine technical falls and five pins total. "It gives us a lot of confidence going into next weekend," said sophomore AJ…

… Minnesota 202.250 DANNY MOLOSHOK/Daly Senior Jennifer Crisman swims the 200-yard backstroke during the Wolverine Invitational. Seniors honored a Mts as t0- s 1ni i- By Adam McQueen DAIly Sports Writer…

… championship - its first in the event's 31-year history. Michigan justified its preseason No. I ranking by outmustering seven other top-15 opponents for the win. The Wolverines tallied a score of 207.550, good…

…. Strong showings in the pommel horse, the last event of the night, sealed the title for the Wolverines. Dehr placed second in the event, junior Daniel Diaz-Luong took fourth and senior tri-captain Kevin…

… feels great to finally win." The Wolverines have steadily improved over the past four years at the invitational. A fourth-place fin- ish in 1998 was followed by third in 1999 and second in 2000. Last…

… healthy and to have a nice, consistent performance," Golder said. "We did both of those things." As a team, the Wolverines won three of the meet's six events - the floor exercise, pommel horse and parallel…

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…-60-3 (4-4)* By Michael Shafrir Daily Sports Writer Weekends in college are supposed to be fun. Just don't tell that to the Michigan volleyball team. Time after time, the Wolverines have headed into a…

… weekend of Big Ten con- ference play with high expectations. But, Michigan hasn't met these expecta- tions too often this season. The Wolverines proved consistent when they traveled to 20th-ranked Illinois…

January 16, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 53) • Page Image 15

… - Winning on the road in the Big Ten is never easy. Winning on the road with a team made up of freshmen and sophomores is even more difficult. The young Wolverines quickly learned how difficult conference…

…. A team can- not afford to lose more than one or two games at home and steal as many as possible on the road. Road victories in the conference are not that common. However, the Wolverines have had a…

… Michigan's bench domi- nance Saturday was Willie Mitchell. The sophomore registered 13 points on 4-for-7 shooting from the field. "I thought Willie did a nice job," Wolverine coach Steve Fisher said. "He…

…- ond half. With the Wolverines up 15, he hit two free throws to give his team a 48-31 lead with 13:23 left in the game. Less than 30 seconds later, he buried a 3- pointer and Michigan's lead was 51…

… 39.9 percent from the field. In the Wolverines' 76-54 win, the Spar- tans shot an anemic 32.3 percent (20 for 62). "All and all, I'd have to credit Michigan's defense," Izzo said. "That is going to be…

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… season started, there were high expecta- tions for Michigan, coming off of a 22- 11 season in 1999-2000. It took just one game for the Wolverines' to gain some momentum to go along with those expectations…

…. In the opening game of the year, the Wolverines pounced on a major upset opportunity and knocked off then-No. 8 Louisiana Tech, 69-66 at Crisler Arena. It was Michigan's first win over a top- 10 team…

November 16, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 35) • Page Image 16

…- sively. The Wolverines did not box out effectively. The foursome was out- rebounded, 36-34, by a team that had no one taller than 6-foot-9. The Golden Panthers set the tone early when Darius Cook, a 6…

…-9 center, easily hit a 4-foot jumper over the 6- 11 Asselin just a minute and a half into the game. The Wolverines' inside defense was nearly not exisieni, partcuiarty i i ne second half, when the Panthers…

… that Vignier wasn't the only Wolverine struggling. "It's easy for people to say Peter," Ellerbe said. "Peter, Josh and Chris. Brandon too. It was all four of them. "We were very disappointed in our front…

Wolverines didn't give Ellerbe any scoring, either. The big men were hesitant to take shots, let- ting fly a mere 13, compared to the backcourt's 44. When they did shoot, their attempts were frequently rushed…

… guards, Louis Bullock and Robbie Reid, tried No Rest Michigan doesn't have any time to sulk about the loss to Florida international. The Wolverines are back in action tonight; welcoming Ball State into…

Wolverine assistant. to overcompensate and got away from the Wolverines' game plan. 'Our post guys were very tenta- tive," Ellerbe said. "And then our guards were overly aggressive, trying to unake plays that…

… Michigan's failure to execute routine plays. The Wolverines turned the ball over 19 tines, including 10 by Bullock and Reid. HISTORY Continued from Page 1B crowd of 4,038, whose cheering g1 louder with each…

…'t include Bell or guard Carlos Arroyo, whose 17 well-timed points helped deflate the Wolverines. Any time the Wolverines built a lead, it seemed to be a cue for the Golden Panthers to break away for a dunk…

… oppor- tunities for your opposition." And the Golden Panthers took advantage of enough to send th Wolverines back to Ann Arbor, shaking their heads and talking about the need to work on fundamentals…

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… losses were to Minnesota. This year, the Wolverines will try to avenge last season's losses against the Golden Gophers in their Big Ten opener 7 p.m. Saturday at Cliff Keen Arena. Of last year…

…'s performance, higan coach Beverly Plocki said, e were not in our best form." Fortunately for the Wolverines, it's a new year. Unfortunately, the Wolverines are injury plagued, and according to Plocki, "won…

… we play s.. going to show what type of team we are " Bullock agreed that the Wolverin are at a critical juncture. "We're at a point where we can Tc either way," he said. "We can get bet JONATHAN SUMMER…

October 16, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 13) • Page Image 12

…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 16, 1996 Chips just a stone to step on-. The Michigan field hockey team could swing freely yesterday against Central Michigan, but the Wolverines

…'s stomping of the Chippewas, it looks like the Wolverines were prepared to make their climb out of the depths of the Big Ten. However, after having played the rest of the conference and coming out with a 1…

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