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February 17, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 76) • Page Image 13

…BASKETBALL The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - February 17, 1997 - 58 Wolverines peer into past in 84-81 loss to Hoosiers By Danioel Rumore Daily Sports Editor Ahe Michigan men's basketball team…

… memories of its 72-70 loss at Indiana on Jan. 21. Despite Michigan's first half domina- tion and a near-career day from forward Maceo Baston, the Wolverines fell to I ana in a few of the same ways they to…

February 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 78) • Page Image 16

… Marlow Luck may have had a hand in the Michigan women's gymnastics team's five victories this weekend, but, luck aside, the Wolverines still performed well enough to set and then break their team…

… to injuries, the Tigers arrived with just six gymnasts. The Wolverines gainedl89.25 points to break the record of 188.6 that they had set two weeks earlier against Iowa. LSU scored 185.25, Northern…

… Michigan. After Friday's record-setting per- formance, Wolverine assistant coach Dave Kuzara felt confident going into the weekend's second competi- tion. Sunday, No. 10 Missouri would join LSU in…

… competition against the Wolverines. "We were good today," Kuzara said. "But we will be even better on Sunday. We will consistently get better the rest of the way. We're tough. We will win on Sunday." Just as…

…," Missouri assis- tant coach Kris Buchheister said. "But after our disaster on the bars, we came back pretty well." Although Michigan broke its team record, the Wolverines looked as if they might have been the…

… cushion we needed." Kelly Carfora of Michigan performs on the balance beam on her way to achieving a score of 9.60. The Wolverines garnered 189.4 points on their way to victory over LSU and Missouri. 0…

February 17, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 97) • Page Image 9

Wolverines will enter the conference playoffs in two weeks as the last qualifier. EVEN MORE frustrating for Red Berenson's club is the failure to better the seventh-place finish of a year ago. "We really…

…-2 deficits and made the game close. In the end, though, the Wolverines failed to capitalize on their offensive opportunities, while the Buckeyes combined clutch scoring and good goalten- ding. SATURDAY evening…

February 17, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 116) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 17, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 17, 1974 - , - - - - a olMdmWlN Indiana Green BY GEORGE! George Hastings - Those gutty Wolverines: down but not…

Wolverines have not seen it played against them this year. -The Hoosiers are now in command of the Big Ten. Sure, Indiana had a lot of things going for them. The Hoosiers had their sparkling Assembly Hall…

… Michigan in the biggest game yet of the Big Ten season. Steve Green was utterly fantastic, running around and shooting over the parade of Wolverine defenders who made attempts to cover him, in a performance…

… statistics were undistinguished, and Indiana coach Bob Knight did not bother to bring him off the bench even once in the first game against the Wolverines. But yesterday, Benson was everything Knight had…

…. Of course, Indiana was not the only team on the court at Bloomington. The Wolverines did not go down without a fight, and not without a few bad breaks. A pair of missed layups and a foolish offensive…

… visiting squad to make up in Assembly Hall. Still, the gutty Michigan team did not lose its poise, and when the Wolverines crawled back to within four points visions of yet aonther Maize and Blue miracle…

… materialized. But stripped of their play-making guard, and with no-one capable of slowing down Green or Benson, the Wolverines were just not about to win this game. Orr was gracious and dignified in defeat…

…. Unlike many times last year, his squad had been beaten by a better team, not by its own poor attitude. Even though the Hoosiers seem to have a wide inside track to the Big Ten title, the Wolverines are not…

… more of a long shot than was the chance back in October that this Wolverine team would be 16-4 on Feb. 17. folds (Continued from Page 1) in the game was costly as play- making guard Joe Johnson was lt…

… for Michigan to catch up, and the Wolverines just didn't have any left. The Hoosiers ran off eight straight points to take a 73-57 lead and, for all prac- tical purposes, bury the depleted Wolverines

February 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 69) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Teignayhg oS February 17th, 2014- 3B Youth on display in baseball's weekend in Texas Wolverines take early leads but falter to 1-2-1 mark in opening games By…

… one of the weakest. Bakich expects the sophomore to be back in the next two weeks. Without their premier closer, the Wolverines (1-2-1) threw freshman left-hander Brett Adcock to finish off Texas State…

February 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 78) • Page Image 13

… minutes of three-on-three hockey Time is running out on the Michigan hockey team. Nearly the whole regular season has passed, and the Wolverines are still looking for anwers to questions they faced in…

… learn in second-grade gym class. But he couldn't be more correct. The Wolverines, for parts of the game, dominated Miami in the same way the color green dominates grass. Michigan owned the first period…

February 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 69) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily | michigandailycom | February 17, 2014 I Wisconsin tops Michigan, 75-62 Frank's red hot: Kaminsky rolls Wolverines start cold, comeback falls short as teams split season series…

… men's basketball team couldn't do that in the first half Sunday night, and an 18-point deficit was too much to make up in the Wolverines' 75-62 loss to Wisconsin in Crisler Center on Sunday afternoon…

… Michigan frontcourt, making 11 of his 16 shots for 25 points with 11 rebounds. The Badgers' 32 points in the paint exposed the Wolverine big men, who hadn't faced such a stiff test. In a handful of Michigan…

… to three thanks to the heroics of Kaminsky in its 75-62 loss. sophomore guard Caris LeVert, "I just thought Frank was very the momentum that had brought opportunistic," said Wisconsin the Wolverines to…

…." As the game winded down in the typical fashion Michigan- Wisconsin battles go - like this year's 77-70 Wolverine win in Madison and last year's 65-62 overtime loss - it was Kaminsky playing the role of…

… LOSS Michigan can easily forget Sunday's defeat by finishing a sweep of Michigan State. SportsMonday Column, page 2B WEEKEND WOES * The Golden Gophers swept the Michigan hockey team as the Wolverines

February 17, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 96) • Page Image 9

… Tambellini bring the Wolverines back from the dead, it was two controver- sial calls by the officiating crew that ulti- mately decided the game. At 8:14 of the second period, Tambellini drove in on Michigan…

… and onto the ice where one quick pass set up Ortmeyer for a wide-open goal. The Wolverines began to celebrate, but their jamboree was cut short as the ref came in waving the goal off. All Ortmeyer and…

… into a nail-biter. The smooth-skating winger has now scorched the net 22 times this season for a team-leading total of 32 points. He has twice as many goals as any other Wolverine. Tambellini just doesn…

… schools, Tam- bellini seemed unfazed, unaware of any extra pressure on him as the Wolverines' most consis- tent offensive force. He started by giving Michi- gan the quick start it needed Friday when he…

… scored 13 seconds in, and then breathed life into the Wolverines in Saturday's third period. Michigan coach Red Berenson compared him to Brett Hull - the Detroit Red Wing whose rocket shot has terrorized…

… depends on when there's a lot on the line. That is a desire that the rest of the Wolverines need to pick up on, because as special as Tam- bellini is, he couldn't pull out a win by himself Saturday, and he…

… is not going to be able to deliver See LEWIS, Page 48 ing in Michigan's split with first-place Ferris State two weeks ago. Tambellini led the Wolverines to victory against the Spartans on Friday, but…

February 17, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 82) • Page Image 8

… that' elusive 13th game. Like an ascending elevator; the Wolverines had no prob- lem reaching wins 1-12, 2 MICHIGAN 59 but win F numbert 13 WiSCONSJN 75 seems like the floor that doesn't exist. Michigan…

… (3-8 Big Ten, 12-10 over- .A all) lost its seventh consecutive gam e atWs n i , 9 a Wisconsin last night, 75-59, to a team which many hoped would be a breath of fresh air after the Wolverines played a…

February 17, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 76) • Page Image 9

… end result? The usual. Two Michigan victo- ries. On Friday, the Wolverines (19-2-2 CCHA, 28-2- 3 overall) trudged their way to an uninspired 3-1 victory over Notre Dame. At one point, a fan tossed a…

… banana onto the ice - perhaps as com- entary on the players', well, "rotten" perfor- ance. But the Wolverines sprang to life on Saturday, giving the Irish a 6-1 thrashing. The big story of the weekend was…

… Brendan Morrison - the senior Hobey Baker candidate became Michigan's all-time leading scorer on Saturday night, surpassing former Wolverine Denny Felsner with two goals and two assists. On Friday, Morrison…

Wolverines for a career- Indiana 84 2 Michigan 81 high 31 points, only five of which came in the first half, and almost sin- gle-handedly erased a 20-point Michigan lead on the way to a gut- wrenching, heart…

…-breaking, nail-bit- ing, stomach-churning 84-81 Indiana win over the Wolverines in overtime yesterday. Guyton, who nailed seven of 12 attempts from 3-point range, scored eight points in the final three minutes of…

…. After Louis Bullock missed a run- ning jumper on the Wolverines' next possession, Guyton got Conlan to fall for a ball fake at the top of the key, took a step to his left and drained another three to tie…

…'s all-time leading scorer during Saturday night's 6-1 victory over Notre Dame. Book it! Morrison sets scoring record Six-point weekend puts Wolverines' leader and best in record, history books By Dan…

… Stiliman t ly Sports Writer When Brendan Morrison broke Denny Felsner's Michigan scoring record early in the third period of Saturday night's game against Notre Dame, the rest of the Wolverines came off the…

… moment that the Wolverines and their fans had been anticipating for weeks, and it had finally happened. "It didn't quite come on the play that I had envisioned," Morrison said. "You always picture the…

…'s Richard Mandeville (left) and Jason Collier in yesterday's 84-81 overtime loss to the Hoosiers. WOlverines i dre need ofsoe heat By Jordan Field Daily Sports Writer ust about every morning, Airron…

February 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 69) • Page Image 12

… much of the firstperiod -junior I up at a 4-1 scoreboard in forward Andrew Sinelli earned of the Golden Gophers, the Wolverines' first goal less his team dropped its third than two minutes into the game…

… found 0twine, extending the Gophers' lead to two - a deficit the Wolverines had also found themselves in the night before. As they had Friday, the Wolverines took penalties early, but remained strong on…

February 17, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 96) • Page Image 7

…- brought to Michigan's inside ing for just the second time all game, it wasn't enough to off- season. set the Wolverines' miserable But whatever solace the Wol- shooting performance. The verines found didn…

… Illinois' height Nonetheless, Michigan made advantage all night long, and the game interesting in the sec- the Wolverines fell on the road, ond half, bringing the contest 54-52. within one point on a drive…

February 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 69) • Page Image 10

… Nebraska upsetting Michigan State on the road, the beatingthat the Wolverines took on Sunday almost disappears. It seemed like the majority of the Michigan men's basketball team's offensive weapons played…

Wolverine to do much of anything offensively, as his 25 points were almost for yourself, you can't produce energy for yourself, then you have to produce energy for your teammates. If you're not putting in…

… well could decide the Big Ten title. If the Wolverines can't get up for that one, this team has bigger problems than one isolated February loss. PAUL SHERMAN/Daily Sophomore guard Carls LeVert scored a…

…: MINNESOTA MARCH 4: AT ILLINOIS MARCH 8: INDIANA MARCH 13: BIG TEN TOURNAMENT MARCH 16: SELECTION SUNDAY MARCH 18: NCAA TOURNAMENT was any sort of common theme in the Wolverines' losses this year, but there…

… daughter, Hannah, on the off the match 8-5 and picking up far corner court of the Varsity the first team point of the day for Tennis Center before her the Wolverines. team's match against No. 22 "We tried a…

… new combo at No. Notre Dame Saturday, letting 3 (doubles)," Bernstein said. "I the Wolverines prepare in the thought Laura did a great job locker room on there, so to their own. get off to the "These…

… played their way to straight-set victories. The only lossofthe day for the Wolverines was a three-set thriller in No. 3 singles between Lee and Notre Dame's Jennifer Kellner. "I'm happy with the effort…

… played, and all five singles victories came in straight sets. The Wolverines improved to 5-0 on the year when winning the first doubles point, and it moved Bernstein closer to a major milestone. The win…

… gave Bernstein her 299th career victory, and her first chance to eclipse the 300 mark will come against Western Michigan next Saturday. wiRESrl.NG' Wolverines top Pittsburgh By JUSTIN MEYER four with a…

… match pretty much country are first for the secured. He could have started starting to see of the ear" Wolverines to run and try to win easy, but that." . when he we're always telling these guys Like…

February 17, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 97) • Page Image 7

… With just MICHIGAN 57 44 seconds left to play in Thursday's game, Iowa's Kamille Wahlin hit a go- ahead 3-pointer. It was the Hawkeyes' first lead of the game. On the ensuing possession, the Wolverines

… more possession. Junior guard Jenny Ryan unwisely chose Wahlin, an 87-percent free-throw shooter, to shoot the 1-and-1. The Wolverines got a lucky break. "I wasn't too happy when it didn't go in…

February 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 78) • Page Image 15

… performances. Amy Buchholz and Karen Harvey got the Wolverines started on the right track with second- and third-place finishes, respectively, in ,the 3000 meters. "It was a good race, but not as good as I would…

… mile with a career best time of 4:50.88, just short of provisional qualifying time. "Courtney has improved every meet, and she's got a good shot at qualifying," McGuire said. The Wolverines had a big day…

… Eric Folkins pinned Wolverine Dan Leemaster. At 126 pounds, the Gophers' Scott Rohrer scored an up- set decision over No. 20 Jason Cluff in a tight match, 3-2. Third-ranked Gilbert delivered for Michigan…

… as usual, winning a major decision over Tim Harris, and upping his undefeated dual record to 10-0. The next two Wolverines fol- lowed suit, as No. 13 James Rawls (142) and 11th-ranked Brian Harper (150…

… for Sean because he was a little sick." Bormet wasn't the only one, as many of the Wolverines were a bit under the weather, after eating some not-so-agreeable food the day be- fore. However, Michigan…

… heptathlon this weekend in the Red Simmons Invitaitonal. Several Wolverines had excellent races in the meet which gave them a weekend off from Big Ten action. CUSTOM PRINTED N INTRODUCTORY ./~ j SPECIALM…

February 17, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 118) • Page Image 8

… inspired Wolverines, 20-15 in a match that was up for grabs until Iowa State's John Forshee and Michigan's Pat McKay battled to a 5-5 draw in the 190-pound match. The draw gave the Cyclones an insurmountable…

…, the Wolverines jumped out to a quick 9- 0 lead in the team score by winning the first three matches of the evening. After a ; scoreless first period, Michigan's 118-pounder Joe McFarland jumped to a 4…

February 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 78) • Page Image 9

… Saturday against the young, spry chal- lengers in Ann Arbor, it saw a bleak future. The entire Wolverine starting lineup is young enough to date Heathcote's granddaughters - the five rookies will be playing…

… experienced Spartans used all their moxy to secure the victory. The contest - a 70-59 Michigan State victory - turned into a big time confrontation in the waning sec- onds when Wolverine Juwan Howard committed…

… all the Wolverines in the second half. After controlling a great part of the first stanza with an up tempo game which gave the Wolverines a 13-point lead, the Wolverines lost the upper hand in the…

… Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson was he found the balanced scoring he was looking for this weekend against Miami. The bad news was the Wolverines still have not reached the level they had hoped to be at by…

… of the 18 Wolverine skaters notched goals and 15 of the 18 scored points in Michigan's 8-4, 10- 5 sweep of Miami (9-13-4 CCHA, 12-14-4 overall). The bulk of the scoring for Michigan (16-6-3, 21-6- 3…

February 17, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 82) • Page Image 5

… Hockey vs. Miami Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Yost Ice Arena Si Women's Swimming at Big Ten Championships Today, all day Indianapolis .Wolverines dunk Hawkeyes,89-76 Rose has best effort of season, FO REST…

…'s basketball team will win the 1994 NCAA title. The Wolverines have just about everything a team needs to make it through the grueling three-week tour- nament - and come home toting the winner's plaque. 'All…

February 17, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 99) • Page Image 10

… to 3 of 6 shooting in the first half. Robinson, who also had a slow beginning, added 13 second-half points to keep the Wolverines out of Purdue's reach. After falling behind at the start of the second…

… power forward and pre-season All Big Ten selection Melvin McCants for help, but didn't get its wish. McCants was shut down by the Wolverines for the second time this season and only gained eight points…

February 17, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 115) • Page Image 12

… break. A break in der team's ten-game losing streak, that is. ;The Wolverines travel to Illinois today itqtake on the Fighting Illini, a team tot beat them 67-66 three weeks ago at Crisler Arena. On…

… Sunday Michigan ,tavels to West Lafayette to take on the ,Purdue Boilermakers. The Boiler- makers topped the Wolverines 64,49 at Crisler last month. The Wolverines entertain two of the top teams in the…

… third nationally earlier in the year." After that, its on to the Big Tens (February 25-26) where the Wolverine1 hope to vie for the upper division of the conference and send as many wrestlers as possible…

February 17, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 78) • Page Image 8

… kind of picked up the slack for her, and we started making shots." The Wolverines (0-13 Big Ten, 6-19 overall) showed that they were ready to play right from the start, never allowing the Boilermakers…

… free throw from Gearlds, Michigan promptly went on a 6-0 run to tie the game. Soon after, the Wolverines took a 22-19 lead on a pret- ty spin move and jumper from Janelle Cooper. The sophomore - whom…

… to Michi- gan's upset bid. On Purdue's first posses- sion, Gearlds drilled a three from the top of the key. After a steal off a pass from Wolverine sophomore Melinda Queen, Purdue forward Aya Traore…

… Michigan softball program. The Wolverines reached new heights last season, becoming the first team east of the Mississippi River to win the Women's College World Series. "Regardless of what happened last…

… anything is deserved," Ritter said in the e-mail. "It's up to us to prove that we belong there." Michigan's top ranking shouldn't come as a shock to anyone. The Wolverines return all but one of their…

… and Alessandra Giampaolo and senior Stepha- nie Bercaw returning to left, center and right fields, respectively. The Wolverines lost some offensive pop with the graduations of shortstop Jessica Merchant…

… to help out," Ewing wrote in an e-mail. "There's no one better than Jess herself giving me advice." The Wolverines open the season at the GRU Classic in Gainesville,Fla. this week- end. They will face…

… - last start, Feb. 16, 2005. Hunter's performance left no room for second guesses. The senior sparked the Wolverines out of the locker room, launching them to a 35-6 lead. In total, Hunter scored of No. 1…

… and allowed us to get out of the box early." By early, Amaker meant 40 seconds into the game. Hunter justified his coach's decision on the Wolverines' first possession. He received a pass from Graham…

February 17, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 96) • Page Image 12

… State 0 LAKE SUPERIOR 4, Northern Michigan 2 Notre Dame 3, BOwUNG GREEN 2 MICHIGAN STATE 5, Michigan 3 FERRIS STATE 2, Western Michigan 1 Saturday's games: MIAMI 1, Ohio State 0 CCHA STANDINGS Wolverines

…. Because, for the third time in 2003, the Wolverines have won on Friday at home, only to lose to the same team on Sat- urday in their opponent's building. "We have to play better on the road," Michigan coach…

February 17, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 76) • Page Image 11

… the hock and Michigan trailing by one in the 1989 NCAA championship game, Michigan guard Rumeal -Robinson stepped up to the free- throw line. With millions of eyes on him and he Wolverines' national…

…-year starter for the Wolverines from 1986-90. He was a consensus 1990 All-Big Ten selection as well as a finalist for e 1990 Pete Maravich and John .ooden Awards. But in the hearts of Michigan fans, Robinson…

February 17, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 115) • Page Image 13

… at Houghton in November, which left the Techsters looking like title contenders. But MTU, much like the Wolverines, suffered a case of injury-itis in mid- season, losing senior forward Ron Zuke and…

… again two weeks ago - and swept them. Now Tech finds itself in a tight battle with Ferris, Northern and Western for the final home-ice advantage playoff spot. The Wolverines are in eighth, two- and…

… against Ferris and played very well. Michigan will have to make Tech's final visit to Ann Arbor a Wolverine sweep if it has any notions of moving up THE " i1 1 trr , CLUB-; Happy Hour 's POPPI N' Monday…

… six goals, has been one of the few Wolverines to play in all 33 games this season. _. .. I I NON- First Floor 1 ,,. > . '" . '64 icers o play alumni game By JOE EWING Thoughts of national…

… the '64 team who is now the ticket manager for the Athletic Department. "It was one of the best Michigan teams there has ever been." And Renfrew should know his Wolverine hockey. In a head coaching…

February 17, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, THE MICITIGfX1DAILY STINDA V., Storm Past Wolverines, 75-68 Record Crowd of 9,775 Sees Ohio State Pull into Tie with Illinois for Big Ten Lead By LLOYD GRAFF A…

… 9,775 at Y t Field House, the game lowered Michigan's Big Tn record to 4-4 and dropped the Wolverines into the middle of the pack. Ohio State moved into a tie for first place with Illinois, both at 6…

… the Buckeye junior just as their first meeting was. This time Bradds commanded a 34-21 scoring advantage and a 14- 10 rebounding edge. Tom Cole, with 16 points, was the only Wolverine besides Buntin in…

…. The Wolverine cages were the epitome of frustration as they dashed across the court hoping for a steal or an Ohio violation. Neither came. The last resort was to foul again, but the desperation tactics…

… were of no avail as Michi- gan could pull no closer than six points.; Take Halftime Lead The first half of the "spurty game" as Strack described it, found the Wolverines leading, 39- 31, after twenty…

… did in the second half. John Har- ris snatched a rebound, one of 15 he got to lead both teams, and then popped in a lay-up. 'M' Jumps Ahead From this point until the buzzer the Wolverines picked up 21…

… was the Bucks' "finest rebounding game of the year." Ohio State shot at a 44.8' per cent clip to Michigan's 36.9. In other contests the Wolverines have often been able to compensate Bradds Nails Cagers…

February 17, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 76) • Page Image 14

… - The contrasts could not have been any starker for the Michigan's women's basketball team ^ w this weekend. After handing Penn State its worst Big Ten loss ever Friday, the Wolverines >E were savaged…

… time Michigan has allowed an opponent to score 100 points since 1993-94 and by the most points the Wolverines have given up this season. The loss came after the Wolverines had put a similar pasting on…

February 17, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 119) • Page Image 7

… first period Mich- can't move it.' igan's hockey team had its first Had the Wolverines' passing been sharper, it might have oeen penalty, a two-minute tripping another story. infraction handed to Paul…

… Domm. The Huskies came out hitting It left the Wolverines a man in the first period. It was a cal- short ,but, more importantly, it culated strategy against the big- allowed Michigan Tech to play ger…

… Sieradzki (4) and Edgar Rivalin (3) atch developments as John Haines (7) tries to push Wolverine Bruce Koviak out of the play. The uskies' defense clamped the lid on the Wolverines, 3-0. 13 Coach Al Renfrew…

… missed open nets three or four times. But we were skating right with them the whole game. * "They were checking us well. When they take the puck right Frozen The second period, opened with Wolverine

… perfect pass and punched the' puck into the open net from five feet out. The Wolverines hardly ac- knowledged the two-goal deficit 'ONE MORE TIME:'- wrestlers Go Agamit By BILL McFALL Tonight in East…

February 17, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 96) • Page Image 8

… chance. Sims and the Wolverines made good on the opportunity, stealing a thrilling 80-78 victory from Iowa. Sims shot 8-of-18 from the floor and pulled down eight rebounds in the game's final 25 minutes…

… Eric May. Sims shot a season-high 25 attempts, seven more than his next- highest mark. "I didn't have very good position-. Two 3-pointers late against Hawkeyes lift the Wolverines in overtime contest By…

February 17, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 96) • Page Image 16

… up at just the right time. With the Big Ten Champi- onship two weeks away, the Wolverines looked dominant yesterday afternoon against No. 5 Ohio State. On the strength of two pins and a technical fall…

… accomplishments as Wolverines prior to the match. Grant would not disap- point in his final home dual meet. The fourth-ranked All-American put on a takedown clinic at the expense of a hapless Nathan Costello…

February 17, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 114) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily-Sunday, February 17, 1980-Page11 VINCENT PUMPS HOME 36 Spartans outlast Wolverines, 82-74 i By SCOTT M. LEWIS Special to The Daily EAST LANSING - With less than ten minutes…

… something went wrong in those final ten minutes. Very wrong. The Spartans, inspired by a rabid, deafening crowd and paced by Jay Vin- cent's 23 second-half points, roared back to defeat the Wolverines, 82…

…:46 as Heathcote made a defensive adjustment. "He (Johnson) did a great job," said Wolverine coach Johnny Orr. "He hurt us a little on defense but I'd say, overall, that was his bestperformance of the year…

… jumper from the key, drawing the Wolverines even at 68, but at 4:28 it was Vincent again, this time from 15 feet, to hand Michigan State a lead it wasn't to relinquish. BUT MICHIGAN had not finished yet…

…. Mike McGee, who registered 22 points despite going nine for 25 from the field, sank a pair of free throws and a bomb from the corner, bringing the Wolverines to within one, 73-72, at 1:45. MSU's Kevin…

… seconds left, the Wolverine cause was lost. KEVIN SMITH climaxed the dramatic MSU win by heaving a fifty- foot shot directly into the net, after which the 10,004 Spartan fans rushed. onto the court in…

February 17, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 115) • Page Image 8

…-60, explained that the Wolverine forwards had been working well on the offensive boards all afternoon. "WE WERE getting position in the first half but the shots were missing in such a way that they would bounce…

Wolverine's pounded the boar- ds as a team to tip in a Rellford miss and tie the contest for the first time sin- ce the 11:45 mark. Henderson got credit for the hoop but nobody was sure who tipped it. "Both…

… 14 minutes of the second half consisted of three surges, two by the Gophers. Eight straight points from Wilson helped Minnesota establish a 46- 41 lead. The Wolverines ran off six in a row to lead by…

… yesterday's 66-64 Wolverine victory. Spartai IOWA CITY (AP) - Michigan State guard Sam Vincent scored 23 points, in- eluding the game-winning basket, as the Spartans defeated the 11th-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes 57…

… humiliated last nfonth in Ann Arbor by the Wolverines, 97-56, led for most of the contest. That doesn't change anything. Big deal if Michigan shot a putrid 36.3 percent from the floor in the second half (42…

February 17, 1942 (vol. 52, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

…'IHE MIIG;AN DAILY TUESDAY~ Indiana Downs Cagers, 47-42; Matmen Crush Cornh uskers Varsity Faces Irish Ihinclads HeeSaturday Notre. Dame Seeks Second Win Over Wolverines In Its Entire History…

… By BOB STAHL With a lop-sided victory over Michigan State and Michigan Nor- mal at East Lansing last Saturday to its credit, the Wolverine track squad is getting preparedthis week to meet a very…

… powerful crew of cindermen from Notre Dame in Yost Field House Friday night. Only once in the long history of dual meet competition between the two schools have the Irish hung up a win over the Wolverines

… outcome of the meet will probably depend. Several of the Wolverine thinclads turned in outstanding performances in their 1942 debut at East Lansing. Bob Ufer, ace of the Michigan quar-. ter-milers, set a…

… established stars as Wolverines Dave Matthews and Johnny Kautz and Spartan Walter1 Mack, Roxborough came in second to Matthews, covering the distance in a time three seconds faster than he has ever run before…

…, also deserve much credit for the mid- season display of power put on by the Wolverines. Detroit Upsets Spartans EAST LANSING, Feb. 16.-(/P)-A hustling University of Detroit basket- ball team upset…

…-point1 lead. Little Morrie Bikoff added a long shot for the Wolverines with slightlyE more than a minute remaining, but Indiana' stalling tactics went into ef- fect and the best that Michigan could do was…

… was marked by 33 fouls-18 being called on the Wolverines and 15 on the Hoosiers. Three players were ejected from the fray as both teams started to guard very closely at the start of the half. Ed Denton…

February 17, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 82) • Page Image 10

… did was amazing" Michigan coach Brian Ellerbe said. After his team's sixth-consecutive loss to Indiana this past Sunday, Ellerbe had said that Wisconsin was a team closer to the Wolverines' playing…

… defensive team against a good defensive team with few offensive weapons quickly unfolded into a game of P-I-G for the Badgers' sharpshooters. Kevin Gaines led the Wolverines with 16 points. M' heads east to…

February 17, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 78) • Page Image 9

… weekend coming up. The Wolverines will try to win their 12th-straight Big Ten Championship when the three-day meet starts Thursday in Bloomington. (17) SYRACUSE 69, PENN STATE 90 Villanova 64 Ohio State 81…

Wolverines are playing welZhe goaltender might not face many she He might not get the opportunity to show his teammates what he can do. Fortunately for Michigan netminder Marty Turco, his teammates look out…

February 17, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 98) • Page Image 8

… brought to mind two things: fun in the sun for winter weary students and the end of another not so memorable Wolverine hockey season. This year, however, things may change. Rest easy though, Florida is not…

… have come at a better time. The sixth-place Wolverines are 6-3-1 over the last five weeks and riding a five-game unbeaten streak. In that 10-game span they have outscored their opponents, 62-35. Their…

Wolverines are indeed peaking. "The important thing is we're improving, and this is a good time of year to improve," Berenson said. "It's too late to reminisce about should haves and could haves. The important…

…, 3-3, in the third (period), we know we're going to win," said senior right wing Bruce Macnab. "We don't have doubts." That's a switch. In the first half the Wolverines let so many games slip away in…

… goal of the game against Mike Carr during the Wolverines' 8-2 victory over Alaska-Fairbanks Friday night at Yost Arena. It was the third consecutive game in which Doily Photo by JOHN MUNSON Jones…

… Valentines Day weekend for the Michigan wrestling team. The Wolverines improved their overall record to 9-5-1 with victories over Notre Dame (31-7) on Friday night, and Central Michigan (19-14) on Sunday…

…. Michigan's rout of Notre Dame was their largest margin of victory this season. The Wolverines won eight out of ten weight classes, including 167 lbs. where unranked junior Mike Amine surprised sixth ranked…

February 17, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 115) • Page Image 7

… stifle Bucks for playoff bid, 6-4 By TOM KEANEY Special to the Daily COLUMBUS - For the first time in three seasons the Michigan hockey team will see playoff action. The Wolverines, completing a sweep…

… (surprise) no goals scored, the first time that has happened to the Wolverines in almost two years. The second period however, was wor- th the price of admission. The whole game was played in the second…

… our score even though he was not one hundred percent," said Darden. "He did a heck of a job." THE WOLVERINE attack was bolstered by the return of senior Steve Scheinman who quit the team at the end of…

… by DAN HABIB Michigan freshman Ken Haller displays his form on the pommel horse in last night's meet with Wisconsin. The Newtonville, Massachusetts na- tive is one of eight freshmen on the Wolverine

February 17, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 114) • Page Image 9

… basketball coach Bill Frieder has already uttered w 'What could turn out to be the quote of the year. The scene -was the visiting locker room at Jenison Field House in East Lansing following the Wolverines' 74…

… is to have any hope of gaining an NIT bit, must win at least one of its two road games this week. Should the Wolverines fall to both Illinois tonight and Purdue on Satur- day, they would have almost no…

February 17, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 118) • Page Image 9

Wolverines took a whopping 17 more shots from the floor than Michigan State, 57 to 40, outrebounded the Spartans, 23 to 15, and committed fewer turnovers, 22 to 19. The numbers never lie. It should have been a…

Wolverine victory, right? .Wrong. As coaches are so fond of saying, "Stats are for losers," and in this case it couldn't be more true. It doesn't matter how many shots you take from the floor if you can't put…

… turnovers the other guys make if you cai't capitalize on them. Time after time in last Saturday's 70-66 Michigan loss, ithe Spartans would turn the ball over to the Wolverines, whereas Michigan would respond…

… with a turnover of its own. And don't think that the Wolverines fell to two games behind the leaders in the Big Ten because Michigan State played a stellar game. They didn't. True, Spartan guard Kevin…

… over 22 times, it can hardly be called a good effort. 1 Why, then, did the Wolverines lose? The most obvious reason is their lack of offensive production. "Our problems today were on offense," Blue coach…

… Illinois; Iowa and Indiana in the next two weeks. The Wolverines are going to need a win in one of those contests, plus a sweep of their remaining home contests against North- western, Minnesota and Purdue…

… for Madison Square Garden just yet. The Wolverines have already beaten Illinois and Indiana, and with a little luck, they could overcome the screaming crowds in Champaign and Bloomington and come away…

February 17, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 94) • Page Image 10

… see full-time action. George Kirkwood, their all- american goalie, has averaged a mere 18 saves per game as com- pared to Denver's opponents' 37. The Wolverine's, under coach Al Renfrew, have. also had…

… a fine season thus far this year. Solidly in second place in the league standings, for the moment, Michigan would like nothing bet- ter than to sweep or even split the upcoming series. The Wolverines

… send the Pioneers home dis- appointed. WOLVERINES FAVORED: Undefeated Gymnasts Host Minnesota .4> By DAVE KIMBALL Illinois domination and bring Minnesota, however, lacks the three lady performers…

… Michigan figures to As an added attraction a weak Minnesota squad today in In Minnesota the Wolverines have one of Its easiest meets of Donna Schoenzer. Miss a 4 p.m.. contest at the Sports will be meeting a…

… have little gular home meet of the season gymnasts, while Misses enjoyed their best day of the sea- trouble subduing the Golden Go- for 'the Wolverines before the Big zer and Caron have pla son Monday…

… during the meet. The in the country. top five teams in the NCAA this ity practically eliminated its chan- year. ces of giving as good a showing Illini Tops this year. The Wolverines, in top form Gopher…

… include Dick Stone and Captain Hockey - MICHIGAN vs. Denver, here 8:00 p.m. Illinois for the past 12 years. Al- Bob Schwartzkopf. Stone finished Swimming - MICHIGAN vs. Indiana, there though Wolverine teams…

February 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 78) • Page Image 14

…, setting the Big Ten record. The game was stopped, and coach Bud VanDeWege presented Andrew with the game ball. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, no victories were recorded with the blocks. Michigan (1…

…, but trailed 48-41 at the half. Guard Leah Wooldridge's steal and score capped a furious second-half comeback, keyed by the Wolverines' resurgent defense, to give the Wolverines the lead, 57-55, with 11…

February 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 96) • Page Image 9

… over Minnesot . 'r i By ADAM SCHEFTER When Michigan journeyed off to Northwestern, Michigan State, and Wisconsin, Bill Frieder warned of the dangers that were in store for the Wolverines. Yet, each…

…. More- over, the Wolverines are just coming off an impressive 92-72 belly bop- ping against Bobby Knight. The Wolverines didn't even miss a shot in the second half from the 17-minute mark until there was…

Wolverine victories. On Thursday, Grant had 28 points, seven assists, six rebounds, five steals, and a blocked shot in Michigan's 80-67 win at Wisconsin. In Saturday's 92-72 victory against Indiana, Grant had…

… strained ligaments in his knee. Although he has missed prac- tice this week, he will play against the Wolverines. BURTON did not start the last time these two teams met in Jan- uary, but has since moved…

February 17, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

…, showed Michigan hockey fans that they can play hockey, but it was Gary Butler's goal at 19:12 of the third period that gave the Wolverines a 5-4 victory over Michigan Tech last night. Butler picked up a…

… scored a goal for Tech in the second per- iod. Butts didn't get any points but his play on the regular line plus his work as penalty-killer-in-chief kept the Wolverines close to Tech. Same Story The…

February 17, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 82) • Page Image 3

…-q= 41- 94AVt-j9-lV' - - - Michigan Swimmers Compete in Big Ten Meet Saturday Undefeated Wolverines Expected To Win Title over Northwestern Double Trouble Wrestlers Are Favored To Take…

… Championship By JIM LEWY All Conference schools will have a chance to make their bids for the Big Ten swimming championship for 1944 in the Northwestern pool on Saturday night. Michigan's Wolverines will have…

… Pulakus may also pick some points up for Michi- gan in the 220-yard event. Jim Walsh, who gave Wolverine Heini Kesslei% a close contest in the 200-yard breast stroke last week, Wrill DAILY OFFICIAL…

…, Jepson and Hindemith and will be open to the general public. probably be Heini's only competition in the same event in Evanston. Wolverines Expected To Win Michigan entries are favored to win at least…

… year, and Chuck Fries, who paced Church all season, the Wolverines should take a first and second place in both the 50 and 100-yard free style swims. Expected to provide Michigan and Northwestern with…

…'s Capt. Phil Hansel and Iowa's Bernie Walters. The Wolverines will enter the na- tional collegiates at Yale March 23 and 24 and the national AAU cham- pionships in Ann Arbor on the fol- lowing week-end. As…

…-2 drubbing from the Wolverines, will be on hand to play with Brantford, Ott Wins Contest NEW YORK, Feb. 16. - () - Mel Ott, manager of the New York Giants, closed with a rush to win the sports popularity…

… HANK MIANT1I10 After polishing off Indiana, defend- ing Big Ten champs, last week, the Wolverine matmen finished their sea- son undefeated in four dual meets, and will be the heavy favorite to capt ure…

February 17, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 84) • Page Image 8

… MADISON - Mike Wilkinson must really like playing against Michigan. But that's not saying much these days. The Wolverines (3-9 Big Ten, 12-14 overall) lost their Dion Harris scored in d ninth straight game…

…- second notable perfor- third straight game sco mance against Michigan this season, 22 points But beyond the duoc and nine rebounds. igan had nothing to w "(The Wolverines) have some good big guys the…

… had the most productive 17 lead at halftime. night of any Wolverine by far, considering he Michigan's ability t S* NOTE Women's swimming team jumps out to early lead in Big Ten Championships After one…

… day of competition, the Michigan women's swim- ming and diving team has taken an early and surprising lead at the Big Ten Championships. The No. 17 Wolverines edged out Penn State by just one point…

… half while Michigan failed to convert from 3-point land, going 0-for-8. The Wolverines shot just 8-of-24 from the field in the first half for 17 points, the fewest they have scored in a single half this…

… to trial. He has already missed seven games because of the suspension he received when the news of his charges broke, and he couldn't even travel or practice with the Wolverines. His story has been…

… State squad. The Wolverines clocked in at 1:40.75, which is an NCAA consideration time. The Big Ten Championships will continue through Satur- day, and are being held at Indiana. Ever have those friends…

February 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1952 PAGE THREE Fight Wolverine Firsts Beat Spartan Swimmers a Free-stylers Star in Dual Meet,_52-41 Jones, Hill…

… marked the Wolverines' fourth dual meet win this season, in addition to first in a triangular meet and an A.A.U. meet. Hill tied both his own pool records for the 50 and 100-yard y free-style races i n…

… it to ten yards at the finish. The visitors made their best < showing in the 200-yard back- stroke, as Harold Shoup and John Quigley finished one-two. This narrowed the Wolverine lead down to 34…

… relay team of backstroker John Chase, Davies, and free-styler Tom Benner got the Wolverines off to a good start 7 in the first event by defeating the Spartan trio. DAVIES BUILT up a yard lead over the…

… medley team of Jack. Carroll, Don McEwen, George Ja- cobi and John Ross ran to an easy win and the world's indoor! record in the Michigan State Re- lays here last night. The Wolverine equartet lapped every…

… Mitchell hustles in to implant an elbow in the dental works of Wolverine center Milt Mead.. Mead lasted long enough to ring up 18 markers in a losing cause, however. * * , Go hers Trip Hawke yes, Ilinos…

February 17, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 96) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Thursday, February 17, 2011 - 5A 'M' tops Indiana with five Seniors reflect on time at'M' scoring in double figures Wolverines nab 13 3-pointers, shoot 50…

… track, especially with just four games left in the regular season. It INDIANA 76 struggled MICHIGAN 88 offensively against the Spartans all night and scored just 56 points. Luckily for the Wolverines

…- tender Shawn Hunwick who will not be honored this week- end, as he is projected to return for his last remaining year of eligibility - boast an impres- sive resume. The 2011 Wolverine class has won three…

…), Caporusso (24) and rish every moment I have Rust (19). Complimenting the re." offense, Langlais has never h a 107-45-9 total record missed a game as a Wolverine, games and a 55-12-4 making 161 total starts…

February 17, 1950 (vol. 0, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

… By BOB SANDELLE Vic Heyliger and his Wolverine puck squad can just about clinch an NCAA tournament bid this week-end if they can tame the Colorado College Tigers in a two game setto opening this…

… interested in play- ing :varsity baseball should re- port to the south end of the Feld House from.1:30 to 5:30 to sign up. --Ray Fisher down to the Wolverines, the visit- ing Bengals, and Michigan Tech with…

… the Wolverines will throw at the invaders. Vic was well pleased with a new third line combination in the second Michigan Tech con- test. He shifted defenseman Ed- die May to a wing to combine with Joe…

…, is a brother of Dick, a Wolverine standodt of last year. * By BILL CONNOLLY A history-making mile race, featuring miraculous Don Mc- Ewen, will set the pace for the Michigan-Illinois dual meet sched…

…. Morrill Out Of Illini Tilt Michigan's Wolverines, prepar- ing for Conference champion Illi- nois Saturday, received another blow to their already waning vic- tory hopes yetct'a with the news that Hal…

February 17, 1927 (vol. 37, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

… Attack} MVATIIERTELLS OF GAME n Puru well-balanced team, a fakt combination that proved particularly SznLgpueav tVntRh s yKB n adept in basket shooting, deservede the victory over the Wolverines in the…

… Free Coach Joseinh E. Jlarss, Frances WiH snot, minor sports manager, andl 12 payers on the hockey team will leave at 2:26 P. M. today for Mladi- son, Wis., where tomorrow and Sat- urdlay the 'Wolverine

… Minniesota is met the won ictoieinl three of the four m>atch. Guzek won from him, by aL new Wolverine forward combination I bouts which were held with the memn-'fall after five minutes of fighting.,hFin- Of…

… Continental (NewYork City), Rialto (Provi- .dence,R.I.), Bankhead (Birmin gham, Ala.), Deer Park Hotel (Deer Park, Md.-summer only), and the Wolverine (Detroit). The Wolverine is right down town, close to the…

Wolverine now' being refinished and redecorated throughout. Every. convenience. Moderate rates ($2.50 -and up.) Garage facilities near. Dial '7147. Miss Carson with L. D. CARR DUNCAN HOTELS CO. ELIZABETH…

February 17, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

… Notre Dame at Yost Ice Arena. Friday:night the Wolverines lost to the Fighting Irish after leading most of the game. The tie moved their record to 12- 8-2 in WCHA competition, and they still have a shot…

… of Notre Dame. AND FOR THE second consecutive night Paul Fricker played an outstanding game in the net for the S PTfiSiggg E tI Wolverines. In the first game of the series he Mopped 51 Irish shots…

… in the 440 (49.07); and Greg Thomas finished fifth in the 880 in 1:53.0, with brother Tim a few feet back in 1:53.6. THE LONE WOLVERINE scorer in the 600 was Ron Affoon in sixth (the top six places in…

…, the 4 x 440 relay, the Wolverines reigned supreme, as they cruised to a 3:13.6 win. Other action saw Penn's Alan Scharsu use a smooth last lap kick to nip a strong mile field in 4:05.9, Michigan State…

… sent the Ohio State wrestlingteam home last night without a story to tell. With the Wolverines taking the 24-14 victory, Buckeye coach Chris, Ford said, "We really thought we could handle this one." But…

… three freshman starters. Tom Davids, in the 118 weight class, couldn't get up from under Buckeye Joe Briggs and suffered a 5-0 defeat. Wolverine Bob Siar, in the 134 weight class, lost a fast- paced match…

February 17, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

… Wisconsin goalie Roy Schultz after receiving a pass from Wolverine Roger Bourne. The score temporarily put Michigan on top in the first period 1-0. Badgers best sagging lers By BRIAN MILLER Wisconsin brought…

… its fans and it brought its band but it was the Badger hockey squad that had a party as the visitors from Madison skated to an 8-3 victory over Michigan's Wolverines at Yost Ice Arena last night. The…

… if it were going to run the Badgers right off the rink. The Wolverines opened- the game's scoring midway through the first period when Brian Lundberg, playing right wing instead of his customary right…

… puck, skated in alone on Wolverine goalie Rudy Varvari, and scored. However, the tie didn't last long as Michigan regained the lead just :18 seconds after the Wisconsin goal. That score, by Gordie…

… Hampson allowed the Wolverines to skate off with a 2-1 lead after one period of play, although Coach Dan Farrell wasn't exactly pleased. "We couldn't take advantage of the first period chances (scoring just…

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