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October 19, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 15) • Page Image 16

… country. When it starts to pour, the tarp isn't rolled out. Instead, the race goes on as planned. So when the third-ranked Wolverines stepped to the line yesterday at the Wolverine Interregional, the…

… weather took a back seat to the task at hand - tuning up for the Big Ten champi- onships. "I thought we competed hard," Michigan coach Mike McGuire said after the Wolverines captured the fifth, eighth…

…, ninth, 22nd and 27th positions en route to a 71-point performance, good enough for first place. The Wolverines were challenged throughout the race by a competitive Georgetown team that ended up second…

… with 87 points. "Georgetown's got a really good team," McGuire said. "We're not beat- ing the sisters of the poor out there." Leading the way for the Wolverines ila I ~7IMAIN= I11111- I The Worldwide…

Wolverines maintained their undefeated record, some usually solid runners admitted to an off day. "I didn't have it today," McGregor said. "There were a lot of people out there who had it and I didn't. "I…

… MYLRsDaly Katie McGregor couldn't do it all today, but luckily she had help from her Michigan teammates. The Wolverines won the Interregional, edging Georgetown. Wolvennes spank Spartans, 4-0 PEPRALLY…

… over the Wolverines since 1994. The Wolverines (5-3-1 Big Ten, 1 1-3- 1 overall) blanked the Spartans 4-0 at Old College Field in East Lansing, while tallying their fourth shut-out in seven games…

… goal rained from the feet of the Wolverines with more than 22 percent of those shots reaching the back of the net. At the 22:42 mark of the first half, Jessica Limauro put Michigan on the board, thanks…

…." The Wolverines maintained the offen- sive intensity and defensive dominance of the first half after the break. Only eight minutes into the half, Michigan's Emily Schmitt blasted an unassisted goal to…

… give the Wolverines a nearly insurmountable lead. As the game drew to a close Limauro's pass to Laurie Peterson allowed her to score the second goal of her college career and add an exclama- tion point…

October 19, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 13) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - SportsWednesday - October 19, 2005 - 7B Wolverines fall in rivalry game, extend losing streak By Nate Sandals moved the ball crisply and applied pres- after halftime, the…

… Believe" attitude employed by the CHA TE Boston Red Sox, last year's World Series Champions. But on Sunday, the Wolverines .didn't believe and lost the Big Bear game to Michigan State, 2-0. In doing so, the…

October 19, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 28) • Page Image 12

… Miami split By KEN GOLDBERG Special to the Daily OXFORD, Oh. - To be or not to be intense. That is often the difference between winning o r losing. Friday night, the Wolverine hockey team was flat…

… second of his two goals in a two minute span of the second period; it capped a three goal Michigan rally which brought the Wolverines back from a 3-1 deficit to an eventual 4-3 victory on Saturday. The…

… first-year forward was the game's number one star and now leads the Wolverines in scoring with four goals and two assists. "The 'fourth goal (Stone's game- winner) was a combination of hard work by (Mike…

… resulting in fighting penalties and the ejections of Wallwork and Michigan defenseman Mark Sorensen. While the Wolverines came out inspired on Saturday, they came up short on Friday night. Although they…

… having won their first four invitational meets of the season. Last weekend, the Wolverines dominated a 12-team field at the Indiana Invitational, and this weekend they did the same at the Michigan…

… Intercollegiate Championships. Highlights of the Indiana Invitational included Michigan's upset over Minnesota, a team that was ranked 12th in the nation. The Wolverines pulled away from their competition by a…

… fairly wide margin, scoring 48 points to Minnesota's 64. The Wolverines are currently ranked 13th in the NCAA. This weekend, Michigan travelled to East Lansing and came home.as Michigan Intercollegiate…

… "' " " " i " " 0 " " " "* " Iy lead way Wolverines by 36 points (28-64), to take second place. SOPHOMORE Mindy Rowand was the first Wolverine finisher to complete the 5,000-meter course. Rowand, who has been…

… Middle Earth " Not valid Fri. & Sat. 7 p.m.-Midnight " """""""""""""""""""""""""""""""10 of making it to the NCAAs. As a senior, this is her last chance." SLY PLACED the Wolverines at the Indiana…

October 19, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 15) • Page Image 13

… consens at the Michigan Golf Course Sunda morning during the Michigan Inte regional cross country meet. Th Wolverine women harriers bested th elements, and the field for that ma ter, in capturing the team…

… title, 34 83 over the second-place finishe Michigan State. In doing so, the ninth-rank Wolverines managed to place nin runners in the top 17 places. Seni all-American Molly McClimo claimed team honors…

…." he After last week, some Wolverines it- attributed slower times to fatigue, as 4- well as the inclimate conditions. r, "We're still in a pretty intensive part of our training, and this is the ed sixth…

… inclined terrains a proved an advantage, as several c- Wolverines bolted to the front of the ke pack at the gun. he With Big Tens approaching, nd thoughts are shifting to Champaign, it- where the Wolverines

…, as the Wolverines split the matches, defeat- ing the Hawkeyes Friday evening in five games, while dropping a four- game match against the Gophers Saturday. The key to both matches was momentum. Against…

… and careen- ing out of play. An additional Collias kill, cou- pled with an Aimee Smith service ace and several Hayley Lorenzen kills drove the Wolverines to a 13-7 advantage. The Hawkeyes, however…

…, Hawkeye hitters Tiffany Meligan and Courtney Gillis bombarded the Wolverine defense with several kills, while several Wolverine shots fell into the net. The Hawks continued their domi- nance in the third…

… we have tried to work some new systems, and I think that caused some of the frustration for us tonight." Giovanazzi and the Wolverines altered their game plan in the fourth and fifth games, which…

… the second Wol- verine victory of the night. Starting with a Horrigan kill on the first point, the Wolverines built a 5-2 game five lead by hitting to serving to us, and it's just a ball, and just to…

… hitting up front, with several kills in the mid- dle of the game. As they did against Iowa, how- ever, the Wolverines, who held a 14- 8 lead, allowed the foe to squeeze their way back into the game before…

October 19, 1948 (vol. 59, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

… Michigan State fracas the Wolverine goal line has not been crossed. In the last 195 minutes of play Michigan has held its op- ponents scoreless. Jack Blott, Michigan's line coach, can be rightly proud of his…

… charges. In each of the last three games the Wolverine forwards have thrown back the opposition when Michigan's back was to the wall. IN THE OREGON tilt, Van Brooklin piloted the Webfoots to a first down on…

… into the forbidden zone. Again against Purdue the Michigan line held with first and four to go. The goal line stand came again in the second quarter when the Wolverines held a scant advantage and a score…

Wolverines face their severest test. They'll be outweighed by a least 14 pounds to the man in the line. And when you realize that the men in the Wolverine defensive line aren't exactly midgets, as they average…

October 19, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 31) • Page Image 5

…Thursday October 19, 2006 sports.michigandaily.com sports@michigandaily.com SOe RTSiiianilg 5A Scoring woes continue for Wolverines in loss to Akron By Anthony Oliveira Daily Sports Writer The…

…, Michigan coach Steve Burns would prob- ably describe it as a "cruel" tragedy. "The soccer gods weren't with us today," Burns said. For their third consecutive con- test, the Wolverines were unable to beat…

… looking to get the ball in the back of the net. "It's just a matter of getting goals," Burns said. "Until you score, soccer can be a cruel game." Top: Sophomore Steve Bonnell and his Wolverine teammates…

… developed a reputation for being one of the Wolverines' biggest hitters in the secondary. Opposing receivers know that, if given the opportunity, No. 31 won't hesitate to lay them out. "I just go out there…

…, Ky. - hardly the typical Wolver- ine profile. But Lloyd Carr and the Michi- gan coaching staff saw something in Englemon and offered him one of the Wolverines' last scholar- ships in 2002. For Englemon…

October 19, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 15) • Page Image 15

Wolverines a chance to move into sole possession of first place in the Big Ten. ecause of the bye on Friday, Michigan ad all week to focus on the Spartans. Captain Amy Philbrook, who is recovering from injury…

… level. Passes became more accurate and crisp, scor- ing opportunities came easier and Michigan took control of the game. It took almost 12 minutes, though, for the Wolverines to tie the score at one. That…

… Ten alone, and should move them back into the top 10 nationally. WOLVERINE Continued from Page 18 "The soggy conditions weren't that bad, but the wind really gets you on this course. "Coming uphill…

… meant. Considering the Big Ten Championships are back on this course in two Nviceks, things are look- ing good for the Wolverines. "We dominated today," Mortimer said. "We hope to do the same in Big Tens…

… yesterday in East Lansing, 2-1. Lund, Hart shine at Wolverine SPORTS DESK: 1647-3336 By Raiv Rajani r the Daily Waking up Sunday morning, the Michigan women's tennis team, won- dered whether or not the…

October 19, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 15) • Page Image 8

…. The Wolverines (0-5-1 Big Ten, 4-9-2 overall) came a step closer to picking up their first Big Ten victory in an overtime duel with Michigan State that ended up tied, 2-2. Michigan looked to reverse a…

…, took the early lead on a pair of goals by junior midfielder Becky Keto Laterin the first half, Wolverine Flaherty found the back of ther Michigan sophomore's goal, her the season, ties her with Kim Phi…

… the team lead. The Wolverines knotted the sc 2 on Ashley Mark's boot wit] minutes left in the game. Michigan Goalkeeper Jori W preserved the overtime tie by savi shots in the extra stanza, increa save…

… total to 10 for the game. HALFWAYDECENT: Michiganw soccer hasn't played half bad this The only problem is that it has poorly the other half. tough 2-2 tie la. The Wolverines have outscored their -Debbie…

… the Wolverines' two losses this week- sing her end, four of the five opponent goals were scored after the first half. 'omen's "In the second halfwe tend to think we season. have it, and let off a little…

… Big Ten season. But its next three opponents could possibly put a stop to the Wolverines' recent success. - This weekend Michigan will face three teams ranked in the top 15. Notebook Contests against No…

…. 7 Penn State, No. 13 Ohio State and No. 5 Michi- gan State will un- doubtedly be the Wolverines' toughest five-day stretch of the season. LOSING STREAKS: This weekend, Michigan will be looking to end…

… some incredibly long losing streaks. Penn State, an NCAA semi-finalist in 1994, has beaten the Wolverines in 10 straight matches. Michigan has not beaten Ohio State since 1987, covering a span of 15…

… games. WOLVERINE RECORDS: Several records were broken in last weekend's victory against Wisconsin. As a team, Michigan attempted 242 kills, breaking the previous record of 231 attempts against Purdue in…

… be reached at mctosh@umich.edu. Field hockey rests up Not only does the Michigan field hockey team have a full week to pre- pare for its next game Sunday against Michigan State, the Wolverines also…

October 19, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 13) • Page Image 9

… sideline, where deceiving. He played far less Manningham had exploded than half of the Wolverines' into full gallop. The receiver GABE offensive snaps, and Henne effortlessly blazed by corner- EDELSON didn…

… he crossed the goal line. King, known for his athleticism, floundered in Manningham's wake, div- ing in a futile attempt to bring down the Wolverines' newest - and possibly most dangerous - weapon…

Wolverine's locker room. "I told my par- ents to bring down. -MERRIMACK 2 my stick from last year," forward Andrew Cogliano said. The freshman was hoping the change of sticks would exorcise the bad luck that…

October 19, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 15) • Page Image 14

… it away as quick as I could and I found the hole." The team effort Berenson was looking for came about in the second period as the Michigan defensive corps made life easy for Wolverine goalie Steve…

… keep my concentration. So I don't know really know how many shots I get." Oliverput the Wolverines up 3-0 with 6:58 gone by in the second stanza. With Michigan forward Rick Willis in the penalty box for…

… charg- ing, Oliver stole the puck from the Irish defense and skated in on Louder all alone. One fake later the Wolverines had another goal. It was the first short-handed goal in Oliver's career. "Me and…

Wolverine lead to 4-0. Oliver added his fourth goal to his evening's resume before most of the fans had a chance to return from the second intermission. He ripped a slapshot off the far post for a 5…

…-0 Wolverine lead. Notre Dame cashed in on a 5-on- 3 opportunity for its only tally of the evening at the 16:26 mark of the third period when Jamie Ling slipped the puck past Michigan net- minder Chris Gordon…

October 19, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 33) • Page Image 23

… strong team up the middle, and we definitely have our work cut out for us on the road," Schwartz said. The Wolverines' defense has stood the test in recent weeks, making goal scoring very tough for the…

… brush its ten-game losing streak off its back. The squad takes a sabbatical from its Big Ten schedule for three weekend matches in the Great White North. The Wolverines (1-16 over- all, 0-8 in the Big Ten…

October 19, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 15) • Page Image 14

… vu, because the Wolverines went through these same feel- ings last year, after a split weekend with severe underdog Colgate. After the Colgate weekend, Michigan's unbreakable 36-game home unbeaten…

… streak was broken, and a team that lost nine seniors started to look just that inexperienced. But the Wolverines needed that weekend. It was one of the pieces in building a cham- pion that people often…

October 19, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

… three TDs By RICK KAPLAN Demetrius Brown's stock was lower than the Dow Jones after last week's seven-interception outing in a 17-11 loss to Michigan State. But the Wolverine quarterback rallied against…

… Iowa Saturday. At the closing bell, the redshirt sophomore had completed 14 of 19 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns. Behind Brown's resurgence and a strong defensive performance, the Wolverines

… liquified the Hawkeyes, 37-10. Brown's boom was strongest in the second quarter. Michigan (4-2 overall, 2-1 Big Ten) held a 6-0 lead at the start of the period. The Wolverines scored on the first and last…

…. He was impressive." WOLVERINE receiver Greg McMurtry had some impressive words of wisdom for Brown after the Michigan State crash. "I told him every dog has its day, and every day has its dog," Mc…

… dominant player on the field. On theWolverines' next two possessions, he drove the team down the field with an effective short-passsing attack. Brown threw touchdown passes to cap both marches, the first a…

October 19, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 15) • Page Image 12

… weekend. Past All-Americans from the high- ly successful program will converge on Canham Natatorium this Saturday for the first-ever women's alumni swim meet. Wolverines from the years 1985 to 1995 will…

…. Richardson predicts the Wolverines will be especially strong in the backstroke and in distance events and that they will rely on their wealth of solid swimmers to con- tribute. "We're definitely deeper than we…

October 19, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 15) • Page Image 10

… Writer The Michigan women's volley- ball team's theme so far this year has been consistency - or at least the quest for it. Once they find it, the Wolverines may be able to turn their season around and…

… State Pride battles took place in 1990; the Wolverines retained the flag each of the first three years before losing it for the first time last season. After losing two home matches to Minnesota and Iowa…

October 19, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 31) • Page Image 8

… still doesn't matter to them. in scoring defense. The feat is Sweepers Lindsey Cottrell even more remarkable consid- and Skylar Andrews simply ering the Wolverines allowed want to keep the ball out of the…

… 39 goals in 21 games last sea- Wolverines' net at all costs. son. A little recognition from the Cottrell was still recovering coach helps, too. from her tough injury the pre- "They are doing a great…

October 19, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 40) • Page Image 10

…4 6 SPORTS Page 10 Sunday, October 19, 198 The Michigan Daily Blue icers take revenge, beat Falcons 9-4 Offensive outburst gains r By MARTHA CRALL An awakening by the Wolverines of- fense in the…

…. stated_________s_____________ Add $1 .50 for postage and handling. Please allow 6.8 weeks for delivery. split of weekend series the third (period)," Wolverines coach Wilt Martin said afterward. "(The win…

… with 6:05 elapsed. Ron Megan passed the puck cross-rink to Hills, who slapped a shot from the point right by Wolverine goalie Paul Fricker. Michigan scored again on a power play at the 12:36 mark. With a…

… two-man advantage, the Wolverine offense took a long time to set up shots and missed several before Bruno Baseotto, assisted by Roger Bourne and Paul Brandrup, slapped the puck around David. Before the…

… end of the first stanza, the Wolverines scored again with an "ex- cuse-me" goal on a surprised David. On the winning track FIRST PERIOD Scoring-1. M-Speers (Baseotto, Richmond) 4:36; 2. BG-Hills -Megan…

October 19, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 35) • Page Image 9

… the Wolverine head. coach. "We don't want to take them, lightly, they're capable of beating; anyone."- The Wildcats have relied heavily this season on the throwing arm of fresh- man quarterback Sandy…

… Iowa was Wolverine quarterback Steve Smith, who completed 13 of 24 passes for 172 yards and earned the praise of his coach. "I thought he played a helluva game," said Schembechler. "He might have had…

… distance 4ithout a loss, the Wolverines will have tp avoid some of the shocking pitfalls that F have felled other conference squads. "I'm surprised a lot of things have happened," said Bo. "Minnesota…

October 19, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… EVANSTON-Michigan's fastly improving Wolverines ran ram- pant over a defenseless Northwestern team to rack up their second straight conference win yesterday here in Dyche Stadium. The score was 48-14. WHAT…

…, the vaunted Chuck Hren, who had a terrible day, fumbled, Wolverine Dave Tihkham recov- ering on the Wildcat 22. WITH TED TOPOR, Kress, and Branoff carrying, Michigan ripped down to the three yard line…

… Norm Kragseth punted to Lowell,.Per- ry who ran back to the Michi- gan 36. Four plays later the Wolverines were back on the Purple four line, thanks to' two dashes of 33 and 15 yards by Kress. Once again…

… the drive failed as Topor fumbled and Wildcat Ed Denyam recovered on the four. yard line. * * * BUT THE Wolverines were not to be denied. Captain Merritt Green raced in to block an end zone punt and…

… the second play after the kick-off Northwestern got off abwobbly pass that was taken in by Wolverine lineback- er Laurie LeClaire on the Wild- cat 31. See WOLVERINE, Page 7 'U' Students Cheer, Gape At…

October 19, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 15) • Page Image 15

… muscles in its first meet of the season at Canham Natatorium. The Wolverines took the top three spots in four of seven races on their way to an 87-42 victory over arch-rival Michigan State. The meet, which…

… featured events at twice their conventional distance, saw contributions by both young and old, with Wolverines from each class winning at least one race. Beth Jackson, a freshman from Cincinnati, picked up…

October 19, 1962 (vol. 73, iss. 30) • Page Image 7

… whether or not he will compete this year with the Wolverines, who are defending Big Ten champions, Lew is undecided. Doctors have told him to curtail all contact athletics for the next two years. Lew seems…

… endanger his health. What does the future hold in store for Lew Hyman? He feels healthy, and looks forward to competing again. Prognosis: excellent. What does the future hold in store for Wolverine

… even represent the Wolverines again this year. Newt Loken's squad is a lear favorite for its third straight Big Ten title. My prognosis: excellent. 173 in 48 carries). Halfback Tom Prichard is the best…

… the Wolverines had a light workout in sweat pants and without pads. They viewed movies before going out to prac- tice. The squad will hold a light; practice this morning before leav- ing for Purdue…

… inaugural series contest in 1890, Michigan's Wolverines and Purdue's Boilermakers tangled once again at Lafayette on Oct. 13, 1929. Purdue had managed only one victory in this long span of time. The series…

… The Wolverines came out fight- ing in the third period as Joe Gembis started things off with a 20-yd. drop kick, and moments lat- er, the Wolverine left end, Joe Truskowski, blocked a Boilermaker punt…

October 19, 1941 (vol. 52, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

… Weather Jr Lie igun Cloudy; no change in temperature gill 11111 VOL LII. No. 19 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN; SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1941 Varsity Stars Who Turned 'Cats To Kittens1 Wolverines Tame…

… devastating effect the same formula which once made Michigan invincible on the nation's gridirons, this current Wolverine team spelled punt, pass, and pray, in capital letters-and rode to victory in the country…

…, compared to one first down and only 73 yards through the airglanes for the Wolverines. Net yards by rushing figures showed 169 for North- western and 128 for Michigan. Kuzma Throws Touchdown Passes It…

…'s impossible to single out any Wolverine for honors. They were all great. Sophomore Tommy Kuzma threw two touchdown passes. His superbly accurate punts, time and again rocked Northwestern back to its goal and…

… Michigan 42 after the Wolverines Par East? held for downs at that point. Bill der Correvont, Wildcat halfback ace, . sliced a poor punt out of bounds on le To DisCuss Michigan's 22. And then the Maize and…

October 19, 1951 (vol. 62, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THEE SAE Captures I-Ill Track D Baseball Clubs ReceiveSeries Shares -~ ('EE'~~I Wolverines Head for Iowa; Wes Bradford to be Drafted - l4…

… afternoon, indicating that he will be in the lineup to- morrow. The Wolverines are not sched- uled to reach Iowa City until just before game time. They spent last night in Chicago, and tonight they will rest…

October 19, 1976 (vol. 87, iss. 35) • Page Image 8

… to several factors: "We were real speedy. The defense played well. We cleared the ball up to the for- wards." The Wolverine victory was a big surprise to the Western team, which was undefeated previous…

… to the Michigan game. According to a West- ern Michigan player, "This was a real shock, especially after last year," (Referring to the 1-3 slaughter of the Wolverines last year). She continued, "We had…

October 19, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 21) • Page Image 2

… impractical. Strong adverse opinion on re- Wolverine Club The Wolverine Club will hold a mass meeting at 7:30 pim. today, in the small ballroom of the Union. Members and all others inter- ested are invited to…

October 19, 1949 (vol. 60, iss. 21) • Page Image 1

… Marching Band tat 7:30 p.m. Friday for a pep rally spon- sored by Student Legislature, 'M' Club and Wolverine Club. The rally will get under way at the Union and proceed to Ferry Field, weather providing…

…, accord- ing to Al Hartziark of the Wol- verine Club. From noon today through Fri- day, the Wolverine Club will also sell Homecoming pins. The pins will cost students fif- teen cents and non-students a…

October 19, 1919 (vol. 30, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…,whitewash. Froemke car- ried the ball next, but was forced off side on a left end run. Sparks, who piloted the Wolverines,'decided it was time for some action so called upon Weston for a touchdown and got it. The…

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