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March 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 83) • Page Image 9

…F r, r , / , 'M' refocuses on matchup with Wofford Wolverines fall to MSU n BIG final By SIMON KAUFMAN Daily Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS - Nov. 17, the Michigan men's basketball team walked off the…

… court in Ames, Iowa while Iowa State fans rushed onto it. The Cyclones had just upset the then-seventh-ranked Wolverines and launched them into their toughest stretch of the season. In the following 28…

October 17, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 15) • Page Image 12

… this season with flying colors. In the process, the Wolverines have been setting records, thanks to their one- two punch of John Mortimer and Kevin Sullivan. Mortimer and Sullivan have combined1 to win…

… every invita- tional title so far this season. The rest of the team hasn't let up either, resulting in a team victory every week the Wolverines have competed. When Michigan traveled to compete in an elite…

… $,000-meter courses of the season - it's own Michigan Golf Sourse, the site of the Wolverine Interregional at lI a.m. unday. "It's by far the toughest course we have run on all year," Michigan junior Todd…

… the Wolverines' home course. ' "I know it like the back of my hand," Snyder said. 4Although we don't run too many races on the course, we all tnow it so well. We do a lot of workouts on the course." r…

…,"Snyder said. "Kenyans bring fear into the hearts of all American runners:" a The Wolverines will also get a look at some individuals 4who raced in pre-nationals last weekend. "It will be nice to. see how we…

… stack up against those runners," Snyder ,said. Last season, the Wolverines did not win the Wolverine Interregional, finishing second behind North Carolina State. ,But last season is a different story. The…

Wolverines were ranked 10th at this time last year. (They were also without Sullivan and senior Don a McLaughlin - both of whom were red-shirted. o The Wolverines also had two freshmen, Jay Cantin and Steve…

… Lawrence, who now have a season under their belts. Some things won't change, however. Mortimer finished first last year and won the individual crown. The Wolverines have the advantage this weekend and expect…

May 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 19

… for the Big Ten Chain- Ohio State. The Wolverines expect a Gardner looks to place in the top three ionships, May 20-21 in Minneapolis. strong performance from their top dis- in the 110 and 400 hurdles…

… and feels he is a The Wolverines look to place some- tance runners Kevin Sullivan and Scott definite contender forfirstplace.This week where in the top five. MacDonald. he is mentally preparing for the…

October 17, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 30) • Page Image 13

… Writer EAST LANSING - The Michi- gan State men's soccer team barely seemed to notice the downpour as the Spartans swarmed Old College Field after their 5-0 victory Sun- day. The Wolverines and their trav…

… rival- ry game was the last of a grueling midseason swing. The Wolverines (0-2-1, 8-4-1) had played three of their last four games on the road and had won just one. The Spartans put Michigan in a hole…

April 17, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

… - Another mid-week, non-conference game, and another loss for the Michigan baseball team. Yesterday, Western Michigan handed the Wolverines their fifTh mid-week loss, 7-1. Ironically, the Broncos are one of…

… only two teams that Michigan (22-14) has beaten in weekday games. Usually, the Wolverines point to poor pitching as their biggest concern, but it looks like the Big Ten leaders might have 'a whole new…

July 17, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 10) • Page Image 12

…A ^12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 17, 1996 THE Fo cus tol - ffth - - - d With almost a dozen Wolverine athletes and coaches headed for Atlanta, maybe it should be the maize ... y yWolverine

… popular asthma drugs are banned or former Wolverine swimmers to see Borges in one The followig are events in and Michigan athletes and coaches will be in the thick by the International Olympic Committee, he…

… Olympics. He has given up his final year of - Buyukuncu and Papa, Borges will also race in a trio of future Wolverines in positions to take away a decent college eligibility in order to be able to reap the…

… find Borges in the tank at July 20 Men's 100, 200- group - to a tennis player. for the Wolverines after the Games are Tom Malchow Atlanta's Georgia Tech Aquatic meter freestyle The Wolverine Olympians…

May 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 20

… ! . / ..' . j£ . t . . __ .. wk. Diamond Gem Michigan softball coach Carol Hutchins leads the Wolverines into the NCAA Tournament. See page 16. SPORTS Wednesday e May 17, 1995 4 .: ,.;x…

…, :sanac vr rr%,o:.aas ::+ sh. -;. ;. w, -*. w;«;:-a . _uw ... ,+ .:: sic-- : 3: ,., ,; i .,Y.«. , q .: a :. - _ . , _ .. Wolverines shoot dowr Hawkeyes to win title By Sarah DeMar Daily Softball Writer…

… outcome of the game could have been reversed had it not been for one call by the home-plate umpire. In the fifth inning, Wolverine Kelly Kovach was allotted first base on an il- legal pitch by Hawkeye…

… Leroi Daily Spbrts Editor For the second time in three years the Michigan softball team will be one of eight NCAA Regional hosts. Thai means any games the Wolverines play before the College World Series…

… ir Oklahoma City, Okla., May 25-28 will be in the friendly confines o Alumni Field. But Michigan won't exactly have an easy time fetting to Oklahoma City The Wolverines will have to win ti tough…

… weekend at Alumni Field. The Wolverines took the Big Ten title with a 3-2 win over Iowa Saturday. Cyganiak to RI..Ten la in NCAA Standings Tourney at 1. Ohio State 1810 -643 2, Mlnnesota 16 12 .571…

… State just made official what most had known all season - the Wolverines aren't very good. ;yk The Buckeyes whipped Michigan (10-16 Big Ten, 24-29 overall) 15-12 t i and 18-7, Sunday, after equally offen…

…' includes Minnesota, Northwestern and Purdue, beginning tomorrow. MARK ersEVA/Dassy .iThe Wolverines and Buckeyes com- indiana and the rest of the Big Ten snuck behind Michigan this season. bined for 17…

May 17, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 136) • Page Image 12

…12 Monday, May 17, 2010 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 'M' rallies to clinch series Blue grabs Big Ten title Wolverines win rubber match with Wildcats after falling down 14-0, win in…

… saw NORTHWESTERN 14 15 unan- MICHIGAN 15 swered runs for the Wolverines. The game started off like a breeze for the Wildcats, as the Wolverines' pitchers walked in the first four runs of the game in the…

May 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 17

Wolverines again jumped out to an early lead, only to be blown away, 18-7, by the Buck- eyes. Michigan scored two runs in the first inning and one more in the second for a 3-0 lead. But Ohio State scored in…

… rightfielder Scott Ayote, who went 9-for-16 this weekend against Il- linois Redshirt freshman Brian Steinbach (2-3) took the loss for Michigan. Andy Nofke (3-1) picked up the win. Saturday, the Wolverines came…

… out cold, falling 7-1 to the Buckeyes. Centerfielder Brian Simmons hit his team-leading 13th homerun of the sea- son in the fourth inning for Michigan's only run. Weaver also had two hits. Wolverine

… runs in the fourth inning off reliever Chuck Winters (2-1). Van Oeveren had three doubles and Chapman cranked his fourth homer and a double to lead the Wolverines. Ron Nelson (5-0) earned the vic- tory…

… in relief. Thursday, the Wolverines collected two wins in one day for only the sec- ond time all season, beating Detroit Mercy, 4-3, and Dayton, 10-0, to win the first annual Great Lakes Invita- tional…

… seventh snapped a 3-3 tie. Coston was 2-for-3 with 3 RBI in the game. Winters allowed two runs on two hits in just one inning of action, but got the win for the Wolverines. Wednesday, May 17, 1995 -The…

…- sica Lang hit a home run of her own with nobody on base to up the score to 2-1. Finally, Iowa capitalized on two Wolverine errors in the fifth to score one run, but Michigan promptly re- covered and…

… ended any further scoring. Griffin picked up the win and Tate hit 2-for-4 with the game winning RBI. Tate also had the best batting av- erage of any player in the tournament. Friday the Wolverines

September 17, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 124) • Page Image 10

…,19 Wolverines kick Windsor back across the border By CHARLIE BREITROSE DAILY SPORTS WRITER After a sluggish first five minutes, the Michigan women's soccer team took control of the tempo of yesterday's game…

… against Windsor. The Wolverines' (7-1) momentum carried them to a 6-1 vic- tory. Michigan's opponents looked in control of the game from the opening kickoff, when they stole Michigan's first pass of the…

… the left and put the fifth goal of the evening into the right corner. Windsor ended the shutout when Michigan goalie Alicia Smith couldn't control a hard shot.TheWolverine stop- per had six saves in…

… Michigan substituted itsentire front five, andreceived good results. Forward Katie Rubin put aheader offacornerkick past Windsor's netminder in the back of the net for the game's final tally. The Wolverines

… early-season warm-up for Michigan. However, the Wolverines' (3-3) matches with Iowa State (2-5) tonight and No. 11 Colorado (4-1) tomorrow have a great deal more significance than just being matches…

… to be among the seven or eight in our rotation. We will be looking for people to emerge." The only Wolverine that has set her- self definitively in the lineup so far is senior outside blocker Fiona…

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…

October 17, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 14) • Page Image 10

… Michigan Intercollegiate Invitational, the Wolverines may have something to prove Sunday. That task will not be easy, however, as nationally-ranked Georgetown as well as strong teams from Bowling Green and…

… North Carolina State will compete in the Interregional. The Wolverines know that defeating the Hoyas may be too much to ask, but they are hoping to keep the race close. "We definitely want to win, but…

… ener- gy for the end. The plan did not proceed as he hoped. At the two mile marker, the Wolverine runners trailed Stanford's running pack by 25-30 seconds. Warhurst said that Michigan had to go all out…

… race. "One thing I can tell you is we're going to get the Michigan guys in front, not 100 yards behind at the mile mark." The Wolverines won't have to travel outside of the county for their next meet…

November 17, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 33) • Page Image 14

… pride and losepride in the same match, the Michi- gan women's volleyball team did it last night. The Wolverines won their big- gest match of the season, a 15-11, 14- 16,4-15,15-13,15-9, five-game thriller…

… comeback, win- ning five crucial points on her serve. The Wolverines led 14-12 in game two, but the Spartans came back and won four points and the game. Michi- gan looked to be out ofit after Michigan State…

May 17, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 136) • Page Image 10

… actually get. But this weekend, senior Tania Mahtani got a second chance to play her final home match. Three weeks ago, the third-ranked Wolverines held Senior Day when they hosted their final regular sea…

… regional for the first time in the program's history, and that she would get to play at home once again as the Wolverines swept through the region- als to advance to the Sweet 16. "It was a huge honor (to…

September 17, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 126) • Page Image 13

… Michigan volleyball team may be feasting on them as it heads to Albuquerque this weekend for the UNM Fournament with New Mexico, San Diego State and Kent State. While it may seem as though the Wolverines

… prospect, the Wolverines (6-1 overall) are more tempted by the idea of ti ming home with a few victories. "We feel like if we come out with these three wins, we will have had a great preseason," Giovanazzi…

November 17, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 36) • Page Image 9

… Saturday's District IV regional championships, and a blister- ing wind-chill created a hostile environment. The Wolverines ran with "monster spikes," according to fifth-place finisher Julie Froud, to…

… against Western Michigan left the Wolverines 0-1 for the first time since they lost to Arizona to the 1989-90 season. 'e 12,237 in attendance at Crisler watched the Wolverines let an 11-point second…

November 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 26) • Page Image 10

…4B - November 17 2014 Sport'SMo*nday The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 4B - November 17,2014 SportsMoilday The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom Wolverines rally to top Bucknell MEN…

… struggled with the turnover bug. But yet again, the Wolverines bailedthemselvesoutwith timely shooting. Hitting 53.8 percent of its shots from behind the arc and riding strong performances from two starting…

March 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 93) • Page Image 12

… appeared CCHA cellar-bound rather than NCAA title-bound. But that was then - and this is March. Since losing to the Wolverines Jan. 14, Lake State is 13-2-2. This late- season surge earned the Lakers (20…

… was last year. Lake State ended the season with a 12-1 run and captured its third NCAA Championship in seven years. An over- time victory over the Wolverines in the quarterfinals of the NCAAs was part…

… a row and finally got that mon- key off our backs," Wolverine coach RedBerenson said. "Now wehaveother monkeys on our back." Michigan still carries the frustration of 29 straight seasons without an…

…NCAA* title. Vietnam wasjust agleam in LBJ's eyes when the Wolverines last won the NCAA Championship - 1964. The Lakers reached tomorrow's contest by knocking off Miami (Ohio) Wednesday in a play-in game…

… anybody," Berenson said. "But they're probably a team that needs to win (the CCHA title) to have a shot of getting into the NCAAs." MARK FRIEDMAI John Madden and the Wolverines take on Lake Superior State…

… seconds in the morning session and then improved upon it further in the evening - bring- ing it down to 1:59.19 and earning a fourth-place finish. The Wolverines also set a Big Ten and team record in the…

… 200 free relay while Melisa Stone broke a team record in the 50-yard freestyle. This year's early success brightens the Wolverines' title hopes, but Richardson is not looking that far ahead. "We…

… will face this season. But Michigan (6-8) is not unfamil- iar with the Seminoles. The Wolverines were whipped by Florida State, 17-6, March 5 at the Hormel Foods Baseball Classic in Minneapolis. Michigan…

Wolverines are coming off a 27-5 drubbing of Georgia Tech, last year's national runner-up. After afairly tepid start, Michigan's hitters caught fire. The Wolverine outfielders batted 12 for 17 at the plate…

November 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 26) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com November 17 2014 -3B The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom November 17, 2014-3B WRESTUiNG. Edinboro pulls away in duals By ALEX PODGES Wolverines lost 6…

… get the team "I felt we were capable of going from the beginning of the winning," McFarland said. "But EMU dual meet. (Edinboro) got momentum." And though the Wolverines Sophomore Brian Murphy topped No…

… Casey in a close 5-3 decision despite Miller shook hands with the frequent stall calls directed at Wolverine, he was pinned. The both sides. Michigan bench and spectators Co-captain Max Huntley alike…

… erupted into cheers. Massa made his bread and butter said he believed the win is what through counter-takedowns. the Wolverines needed to get After four counters, the senior going again. came out on top, 8…

…, the Wolverines (4-5) scored 11 goals in two games and added a pair of tallies to the win column. With the wins, questions surrounding offensive-zone potency were answered, including when Copp and…

… defensive issues that have victimized the Wolverines in their five losses are still lingering. What happened Friday: Sophomore defenseman Kevin 'Lohan netted the first goal of his career and added an assist…

… en route to a 5-2 win in the Wolverines' first home contest in nearly a month. "You dream of your first goal and playing for Michigan as a little kid," Lohan said. "To be honest, I didn't really do…

… much.... I just had to make sure I get the puck in the net when I get the opportunity." The Wolverines' newest top line, one featuring sophomore forward Tyler Motte, junior forward Andrew Copp and senior…

March 17, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 93) • Page Image 8

… (for showing up last night)." The Wolverines will next face Notre Dame in the third round of the NIT. They defeated the Fighting Irish 71-67 at South Bend earlier in the season. Two games after the…

… for an open shot." The 3-point shooting that was non- existent during the majority of Mich- igan's late-season losing streak also reappeared in the Wolverines' return to Crisler Arena. Four Wolverines

… would show up last night against UTEP. But this Wolverine team likes to surprise. Michigan came out with the defensive intensity necessary to pull out a victory. The Miners committed 19 turnovers, mainly…

… due to the Wolverines' pressure. Michigan got the ball toto the post play- ers early in the game, which opened up the perimeter to the tune of 1l-for-21 shooting from behind the arc. The Wolverines cut…

… the NIT. For many Wol- verine fans, a Michigan NIT run would be like a nightmare that just won't end. Every game the Wolverines advance in the NIT KE S would just reinforce the incomprehensible late…

…, the Wolverines wouldn't need to keep answering questions about what they have to do in these upcoming NIT games. Sure, Michigan coach Tommy Amaker and his Wolverines have continu- ally stressed that…

… UTEP team. But that phrase could just as easily be turned around to the Wolverines. For all intents and purposes, Michigan had its chance to continue its season in the NCAA Tournament, but it failed. Now…

January 17, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 88) • Page Image 8

… faced 1983 Big Ten Champion Ohio State on Saturday and then Nor- thwestern, last year's 10th-place team in the conference on Sunday, the Wolverines had a feeling they would earn a split. But beating Ohio…

… State and losing to Northwestern? No one could have forecast Ohio State drowing, 89-51, or the Michigan loss to the Wildcats, 79-59. SUE CAHILL admitted she was puzzled that the Wolverines' success…

… in the 200-and 100- yard breast. Jahn, a Big Ten Cha- mpion, sank the Wolverine challengers in the 200- and 500-yard freestyle and the 200 butterfly. "Jahn can swim anything she wants to swim and that…

… as well as we did, just luck," said Wildcat coach Pat Barry. "I was impressed to see how well Michigan did against O.S.U." - Northwestern scored well ahead of the Wolverines, although it competed…

… Arena. The victory, which followed a similar trouncing of Indiana (38-6) earlier Saturday, gave the Wolverines a clean sweep of the meet. It also snapped a four-game winning streak the 17th- ranked Sun…

… let the match get away from it so soon. The Sun Devils sandwiched a decision and a major decision at 132 pounds and 150 pounds around a 14-7 decision by Wolverine Dan Stone to pull within three, 11…

… MCQUADE Like Scarlet O'Hara's Atlanta plan- tation, the Michigan women's basket- ball season appears as if it is already gone with the wind. After Sunday's 77- 63 loss to Wisconsin, the Wolverines' record…

… onslaught with 22 points and point guard Sheila Driver added 17. SENIOR FORWARD Wendy Bradetich countered with 16 for the Wolverines. Freshman Jerene Mid- dleton tossed in 12, but for the most part, Michigan…

… couldn't hit even a two- foot jump shot. Without substantial height, the Wolverines lost the battle under the boards, getting outrebounded 41-27. "We didn't block out well in our zone or man…

… the Wolverines faced a 40- deficit at intermission, they did sho' some life in the second half, breakin Wisconsin's full court press to scor some easy lay-ups. "We dug ourselves in a hole in the fi st…

September 17, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 126) • Page Image 11

…. After a record season in 1997, which included a ig Ten tournament win and an NCAA tournament >pearance, Michigan is at it again. The Wolverines have a perfect 5-0 record after nror Jessica Limauro…

… experienced Wolverines. Yet in the past, Wisconsin has done much better in nference play, never finishing below fourth place. Wisconsin has accumulated a .667 winning per- ntge, with an 18-8-4 record since 1994…

January 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 57) • Page Image 23

… are supposed to last 40 minutes. Sunday, the Michigan women's basketball team learned that the game doesn't have ogo that long. The Wolverines (2-3 Big Ten, 7- 8 overall) survived only nine min- utes of…

… 25-point bulge. Amy Johnson's running jumper at 11:00 was the first drop of water in an otherwise parched Wolverine of- fense. But by then, the damage was done. By halftime, the lead widened f47…

Wolverines fizzled on offense, the Lions sizzled. Playing with- out senior Naismith Award candidate Katina Mack, Penn State relied on Longworth for offensive punch. Longworth replied by connecting on 5 of 8 3…

…'t only affect Franklin. Sophomore Catherine DiGiacinto accounted for eight of Michigan's 30 turnovers. Even Penn State's reserves gave the Wolverines problems. At the end of the first half, the Lady Lions…

…' reserves led the entire Michigan team, 24-19. By the end of the game, Penn State's reserves only trailed the Wolverines by one point. The Lady Lions took the Wolverines out of their game immediately…

… toahuge48- 18 point differential in inside scoring. "We're going to use it as a learning experience," Roberts said. The Wolverines next host Illinois Friday and Ohio State Sunday. TV V=57' '0 co -AL lid…

… LO J 3:$ : t J4ew 9e (en Iesr I le Lack of leadership adds to Wolverines' poor play By RAVI GOPAL Daily Basketball Writer UNIVERSITY PARK - In the midst of Penn State's 25-0 first-half run Sunday…

…, the Wolverines were desperately looking for someone to take charge. Someone who could get everyone to play together, who could lead them out from the deepest of holes. *They found no one. What was…

…, meanwhile, had totals of 13 points (on 5-of-17 shooting), and four turnovers. As a result, the Wolverines didn't score until nearly aquarterofthe game had passed. A quarter of the game. Correct me if I…

…...oops...statistics lon't lie. Nineteen-of-67 shooting, for a 28.4 percent field goal percentage. Thirty turnovers. Seven assists. Can it get any worse? Points in the paint: Lady Lions, 48, Wolverines, 18. Points off…

October 17, 2012 (vol. 123, iss. 30) • Page Image 15

…- * can vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan poses for photo ops at soup kitchens. WORST ERIN KIRKLANu/ualy The Wolverines shut out the Fighting Illini in the annual homecoming game at Michigan Stadium…

… last Saturday. The Wolverines won 45-0 in a driving rain storm. …

May 17, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 136) • Page Image 11

… California (26-9) on Friday. After staying with the high-pow- ered Golden Bear offense in the first period, the Wolverines (33-8) fell apart in the second stanza, as they were outscored 4-0. The usually…

… 10 NCAA Championships at the Univer- sity of Georgia. The Wolverines will meet No. 13 Tennessee on Thursday, May 20, at 3 p.m. "It's been our goal to make it to THREE-PEAT From Page 10 The second…

…'re going to have fun." AARON AUGSBURGER/Daily Senior Leah Robertson played in her final game as a Wolverine this past weekend against UCLA in Michigan's 9-6 loss. said about the locker room atmo- them." "We…

April 17, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 121) • Page Image 17

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 17, 2001- 5B ,Big Ten foes looing up at rowers By Jim Webw Daily Sports Writer After the Wolverines' dominance of the other top three teams in the Big }Ten at…

Wolverines' first varsity eight boat SCOREKEEPERS s750 CALL B 0 DRINKS E L A I M O& BACARDIES FRI DAY-.Qc I I I I ! 25 Taps! Full Menu! 75G0 BOTTLES SATURDAY 0 WINGSI CIO MAYNARD".9950100(21 & OVER WITH PROPER…

January 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 59) • Page Image 11

… Sugiura Daily Hockey Writer There was a time when a Mich- igan hockey series with Illinois- Chicago (UIC) meant a pair of easy Wolverine victories. Before the season began, they (15-3-3 overall, 9-3-3 in…

… couple of games." In the first game, Ouimet netted the game-winner at 19:57 of the third period to steal a 5-4 victory. The following night, UIC out- played the then-No. 1 Wolverines, but wound up with a 3…

… Flames caught Michigan off guard with pesky forechecking in Ann Arbor, and Wolverine coach Red Berenson foresees more of the same. "They'll start coming at us hard and hopefully we'll be able to handle it…

…," he said. UIC marks the Wolverines' first two-game road trip since Lake Superior. Michigan dropped both in the Soo, a 3-2 overtime loss and a 10- 0 stomping. A solid showing here would go a long way to…

… solidify the No. 3 Wolverines' legitimacy among hockey's elite. "We haven't established that we deserve our top ranking yet," de- fenseman Doug Evans said. "A major way to establish that is to go in there…

… should do okay." Michigan failed to do so last weekend in a home-and-home set with Notre Dame. While the Wolverines emerged with a 4-3, 8-5 sweep, the Irish made the weekend a bit more uncomfortable than…

… expected. Berenson's disenchant- ment with his Wolverines' play Friday in Notre Dame behooved him to call a second-period timeout to berate his club. "It was like, 'This is an embarrassment to Michigan…

… coach Larry Pedrie said. Another advantage Pedrie will utilize is his familiarity with the Wolverines. He served three years as an assistant under Berenson. a HEY WOLVERINES! ' | | | Forward Cam…

January 17, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 54) • Page Image 11

…Ed= .dggmgmffmmmrL 17rt.. Aml.tz. Heath Murray moving on up Former Wolverine pitcher Heath Murray was invited to the spring training camp of the San Diego Padres as a non-roster player. Murray, a…

… three Ether teams could have told him: suiting up to face Michigan is the furthest thing from a good time. Perkins left Yost Ice Arena after last night's 6-0 Wolverine stomping with a sore body and a…

… bruised ego. The fresh- man goaltender was humiliated by the Michigan offense. The Wolverines bombarded Perkins with 43 shots - the fifth straight game Michigan has fired at least 40 shots. . The Wolverines

… blasted its opponents off the ice, winning five games by a com- bined score of 48- 7. And it's the Wolverines' spe- :ial teams that have allowedthem to dominate their opponents. "We have a lot of strong…

…'s amaz- ing what we can do as a group." The Wolverines' power play has done enough scoring for two entire teams in their past five victories. Michigan has converted 14 of its past 21 power play…

… opportunities. Friday night against Illinois-Chicago, the Wolverines connected on all thee of their man-up situations. The next night, they were 5-for-8 with a man advantage. JasonBotterill and Warren Luhning…

… power play couldn't solve would be around Fort Knox. "We're putting the puck in the net right now," Herr said. "So I'd say our power play is pretty successful right now." The Wolverines have 46 power…

…- anded goals over the same stretch. Michigan not only boasts the league's mostprolificpower play, it also has the CCHA's stingiest defense. And while pro- tecting his own net on the Wolverines' op penalty…

… killing unit, center John Madden has scored seven shorthanded The Wolverines not goals- better than all but two teams in the CCHA. "Right now our team is playing well, Six Michigan goals doom outmanned By…

… Alan Goldenbach Daily Sports Writer You think the Michigan hockey team is hearing "The Victors" in its sleep? After the Wolverines' fifth straight offensive onslaught, the pep band has played the…

May 17, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 142) • Page Image 11

… injury and mononucleosis, respectively. As a result, the Wolverines wondered where 20 points - two first-place finishes - would come from. But Michigan got all the points it was looking .for and won by a…

… duo of Nate Brannen and Nick Willis redshirting to train for the Olympics, Michigan had a hard time earning points. During the three-day event, the Wolverines earned all 41 of its points yesterday and…

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

November 17, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 36) • Page Image 15

…'s exhibition game with Sporitelna Bratislava, the Michigan women's bas- ketball team exchanged gifts with its European opponent. That was about all the Wolverines did to strengthen foreign relations. In its only…

… boasted four players in dou- ble figures, the Wolverines dominated the slower and smaller Slovakians, especially under the basket. "I was definitely pleased with the way we rebounded the ball," said…

Wolverines' top goals for their season was to place at nationals. Even amidst their success, their sights have not changed. Sullivan, a senior, shares that goal for his final race as a Wolverine. But he's not…

April 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 114) • Page Image 15

… a center and left wing on the Michigan hockey team, Herr saw action in this year's NCAA Tournament and helped the Wolverines to a CCHA regular season championship. He tallied 11 goals and eight…

… for a team that was picked to finish as high as second in the conference, the Wolverines have been an utter disappointment. Heading into the weekend, Michi- gan was alone in the Big Ten cellar. But…

…, Michigan knocked back-to-back homeruns at Fisher Stadium was against Michi- gan State. A-NIEMIEC: Wolverine catcher Scott Niemiec is known for his defen- sive prowess behind the plate. How- ever, the senior…

… the team. But, to deepen the wound, Niemiec went 1-for-12 at the plate in four games with Michigan State to drop his batting average to .095 -- the absolute worst of any Wolverine with more than one at…

…-bat. BASEBALL Continued from page 12 feet further than Chapman's. Mark Temple (3-4) went the dis- tance for the Wolverines, scattering six hits over seven innings. Temple surrendered only two earned runs, one in…

… the sixth, Weaver nailed a two-run homer, his second of the weekend, to rightfield to put the Wolverines on top for good. Weeks took the loss to fall to 2-1 on the year.. Goble led with Michigan with…

November 17, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 63) • Page Image 8

… last night and the Illinois-Chicago hockey team was also treated to a turkey - a turkey of a performance by Michigan. The Flames knocked the Wolverines for a loop, 7-3, handing Michigan its six- th…

… straight loss. The Wolverines are !now 4-7 on the season while UIC, ranked ninth in the country, is 8-3. IN A physical game, the Wolverines took it on the chin in more ways than one. Not only were they…

… behind the Wolverine defense, Nelson took a pass from Jamie Husgen. Nelson then passed to Klenk in front of the sprawling Chiamp and Klenk had a wide open net. Michigan answered quickly at 19:33 as Chris…

… period broke the Wolverines' back. UIC's Mike Rucinski picked up a loose puck in Michigan's zone and simply slid it to the crease. Chiamp played the shot too casually and allowed the puck to slip through…

… his pads. SHORTLY thereafter, Chin scored the first of his two goals to put the Flames in control at 4-1. Wolverine sophomore Brad Jones tipped in a Jeff Norton shot at 4:50 of the period, his 11th…

Wolverines applied the pressure and finally scored on a Ray Dries backhand shot at 5:04. But Ryan stopped nine other shots in the third and at the 12:58 mark, UIC capitalized on anotherdefensive lapse by…

April 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 102) • Page Image 8

… fans left the crosstown matchup disappointed. The left fielder's snag ended the game after two runners on gave the Wolverines (6-6 Big Ten, 16-20-1 overall) yet another opportunity to break through in…

… posting a 10.81 ERA. Filling in for Ballantine was right-hander Cam Wysocki. The freshman quickly settled things down for the Wolverines in the fourth, opening the door for junior infielder Kyle Jusick to…

… rivalry still belot 3 Michigan softb The Wolverin three home r another stron performance ft right-hander Megan Betsa and junior right- hander Sara Driesenga to leave Mount Pleasant, Mich. with an 11-0 run…

…-0. But in the fourth, the Chippewas started to make mistakes - and the Wolverines capitalized. After Romero and senior catcher Caitlin Blanchard reached on errors, sophomore outfielder Sierra Lawrence…

… cleared the bases with a three- run home run. That home run, combined with a strong pitching performance from Betsa and Driesenga, gave the Wolverines their 14th mercy-rule victory in reat," Bakich ed the…

… getting our She promptly slammed the and loading to door shut with a strikeout of leadoff hitter Brittney Horan. ins: "She got The Wolverines will return ded on the first home this weekend for a crucial…

… but their winning streak lives, r led off the and it will receive a stiff test solo shot to this weekend. Wolverines take down Titans for third win Program earns first-ever road triumph, wins…

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…

November 17, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 53) • Page Image 14

… were in position to block shots, they couldn't manage to col- lect many offensive rebounds. The Wolverines had just five second- chance baskets, compared to 19 for Kentucky. Borseth said his players…

… points. A lot of that had to do with Michigan stepping up defensively, forcing 21 Kentucky turnovers and holding the Wildcats to a 32 per- cent shooting clip for the game. The Wolverines fared much better…

April 17, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 118) • Page Image 14

… years, Michigan has fin- ished second, sixth and third at the NCAA Championships. In 1999 and 2001, the Wolverines finished a mere .3 points behind champions Georgia and UCLA, respectively. "I don't think…

… team have been opti- mistic all year, the time for action is now. The No. 5 Wolverines head to Tuscalosa, Ala. this week to compete in the NCAA Champi- onships, which begin tomorrow. CHAMPIONSHIP…

January 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 57) • Page Image 22

…-versus-two matchup. WMEB radio ranked the Wolverines and Lakers first and second, respectively, in the nation. With its first-ever sweep of Lake State in Ann Arbor, the Wolverines ended the Lakers' hopes of a…

… conference title while inching towards clinching it for themselves. Yet once again, a playoff upset ended the Maize and Blue fairy tale. Until last season, the Lakers had eliminated the Wolverines from three…

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…

November 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 26) • Page Image 7

…-freshoffaseason- shortcomings inthe Wolverines' DEPTH AND ng win over Marist -went defensive switching patterns. DISTRIBUTION ast season, including wins Besides, he said, there are some Penn State and Columbia, things that…

… simply can't be The Wolverines had no four-point road loss to achieved defensively. trouble scoring in their )rd. The Daily breaks "Frankly, there are some exhibition win over Wayne what the matchup could…

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

May 17, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 6) • Page Image 16

… is over and Michigan can now concentrate on more important things like next weekend's Big Ten playoffs, which the Wolverines will be hosting. Despite taking three of four games from the slumping…

…. The Wolverines captured the second game, 11-6, and also both games on Sunday but did not play as well as coach Bud Middaugh would have liked. "WE HIT the ball well enough," Mid- daugh said, "(but) we…

… one better. Shortstop Barry Larkin scored the only run Kamieniecki needed when he opened the Wolverine first with a single, stole second, advan- ced to third on a wild throw and then scored on a…

April 17, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 106) • Page Image 7

… ball, curveball and his change-up is hot. - Bourque tallied a career-high Tuesday, the Wolverines eight strikeouts. recorded their 10th consecutive "The real story of the day was win, defeating Notre…

… player to watch, his play was complemented by a dominant batting performance. The Wolverine batters were Outs recorded by James Bourque on on point at the plate. Offensive Tuesday before allowing a hit…

…) gave the Wolverines opportunities to score in nearly every inning. Michigan (7-2 Big Ten, 21-14 overall) outshined the Fighting Irish at the plate, recording 13 hits in eight innings of offensive play…

…'re playing well right now, but we're not playing our best." The win marked Michigan's 13th straight game that the pitching staff has allowed three or fewer runs. The Wolverines have recorded two shutouts over…

… two runs. four-and-a- INDIANA 4 In the sixth inning, Indiana half hours loaded the bases and drew a walk in the rain, the Wolverines pulled off sophomore right-hander Hay- out a 7-4 win in the ninth…

… hit gan (13-0 Big Ten, 36-7 overall) to score two more runs to tie the jumped out to an early 4-0 lead game before the Wolverines got over Indiana (3-10, 19-24). Sopho- out of the inning. more catcher…

… after a short delay, the tarps came off and Michigan's bats came alive. The Wolverines scored quickly on back-to-back singles from fresh- man shortstop Sierra Romero and junior first baseman Caitlin…

… Blanchard to go up by two. Freshman outfielder Sierra Lawrence added an RBI of her own to push the score to 7-4. The Wolverines made it through the bottom of the ninth without allowing a run, and came away…

… put the Wolverines up 4-0. Then the rains came, and after several delays, the game was can- celled. k …

April 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 114) • Page Image 16

… weekend sweep of matches against Ohio State and In- diana. , The Wolverines (9-1 Big Ten, 14- 7 overall) defeated the Buckeyes Sat- urday, 4-3. Indiana was their next victim - the Hoosiers fell 5…

…-2. Michigan was coming off a 5-2 to Notre Dame going into Saturday's match. The Wolverines were looking for a strong weekend performance to rebound from Wednesday's loss and to set themselves as one of the…

October 17, 2014 (vol. 125, iss. 13) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Friday, October 17, 2014 - 7A Wolverines fall short against Penn State Nittany Lions goalkeeper stout despite potent Michigan offense By MATHEW KIPNIS Daily…

… fell to the 11th-ranked Nittany Lions, 1-0. The Wolverines (7-2-0 Big Ten, 11-4-0 overall) maintained control of the ball, pushing into Penn State (8-1-0, 13-2- 0) territory for most of the game…

May 17, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 142) • Page Image 12

… resigned on Thursday. thought Mark would be here a real- Mees led the Wolverines to a 65-48 ly long time." record, including The Wolverines finished with a 13- three NCAA 9 record this season, a four-match t…

… o u r n a m e n t turnaround from a year ago. The appearances. Wolverines have every player return- "Leaving the ing next season except Jackson, one Michigan tennis of Mees's first recruits. program…

March 17, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 93) • Page Image 10

… the Wolverines easily dispatched Idaho, 5-2, in the first round at the Boise Racket and Swim Club. A Virginia Tech win over Indiana State then brought the 52nd-ranked Wolverines their toughest opponent…

… of the season - the 19th-ranked Hokies. The Virginia Tech match turned out to be full of emotion for the Wolverines, especially Miki Pusztai. Pusztai spent three seasons at Virginia ech before…

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