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February 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 78) • Page Image 16

… week. Background: Navta swims the individual medley and the breastroke for the Wolverines. She is a three-time All-American and a Big Ten champion in the 200-meter breastroke. She has also won Nava…

… Michigan State, Brzezinski poured in 24 points to go with nine rebounds. She was one of the team's few bright spots as the Wolverines dropped both contests. Background: Michigan's lone senior is also the…

February 19, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 101) • Page Image 9

…-four hours later, the final relay of the night - and of the three-day meet - featured two of the same Wolverine swimmers as the day before. But in the event that decided the Big Ten champion- ships, Michigan…

… fell short. The Wolverines finished sec- ond at the Big Ten Championships at Ohio State's McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion with 608.5 points, just four points behind Minnesota. The Golden Gophers took first in…

… to Columbus in January, were packed with spirited supporters from the ten teams. The Wolverines' fan sec- tion wielded the "Go Blue" cowbell while the Buckeyes sang to the tunes of their pep band on…

… on what he had to do to seal a Wolverine Big Ten victory. "I knew we had to get fourth to win it, Minnesota had to get second and I had to beat the guy next to me," Vanderkaay said. "I did that, but…

… was dug for the Michi- gan men's basketball team. The Wolverines' NCAA Tourna- ment chances looked buried after failing to get a much-needed win at Michigan State on Tuesday. But the Maize and Blue kept…

… victory wasn't easy. The Wolverines nearly fumbled their golden opportunity late in the game. Michigan entered the final min- ute with what appeared to be a secure 56-51 lead. Then, senior Les- ter Abram…

… committed a silly foul before Indiana even inbounded the ball, which allowed Hoosier for- ward Mike White to sink both free throws. On the Wolverines' ensuing pos- session, sophomore Jerret Smith threw an…

… Spartans. The Wolverines trotted out a new start- ing lineup on Saturday, with Smith and freshman Ekpe Udoh inserted in place of junior Ron Coleman and senior Courtney Sims. Michigan surged to an early 11…

…-2 lead thanks to the change. But after the Wolverines' initial jolt, the Hoosiers (7-5,17-8) charged back, embarking on their own 9-2 run. It cut the Wolverines' lead to just two heading into the second…

… half, but Indiana's accuracy was even worse. - The Hoosiers made just seven field goals the entire stanza, allow- ing the Wolverines to open up a 25- 18 lead at halftime. Indiana, known for its 3-point…

February 19, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 80) • Page Image 13

… spattered by raindrops when the Wolverines begin their regular season tomorrow Not only does their so-called vacation look to be a washout, but they also play seven straight games tomor- row through Sunday…

… just need to go out and play," Hutchins said. Michigan will try to improve on its record-breaking 1997 season which included 56 victories starting tomorrow against UCLA. The Wolverines will be looking…

February 19, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 96) • Page Image 14

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday- February 19, 1990 Women hoopste Streaking Wolverines up by Phil Green rs take two on road set Wisconsin, Northwestern Daily Basketball Writer EVANSTON…

… - Upsets are things dreams are made of, and Sunday afternoon was a dream come true for the Michigan's women's basketball team. The Wolverines came back from a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat the No. 15…

… bonus and going to the foul line with every Wolverine foul. After twelve minutes Michigan was down, 23- 10. It looked as if the Wolverines were in for another shellacking like the 92-62 loss Northwestern…

…, the tough defense and an excellent job on the boards helped Michigan go on a 12-0 run over the next 5:25. The Wolverines had not only gotten into the game but they had taken the lead, and taken it big…

…. However, with 3:38 left, the Wolverine's first half foul trouble came back to haunt them when first-year center Trish Andrew (5 blocked shots) fouled out. Less than one minute later, senior Joan Rieger…

… joined her on the bench after picking up her fifth foul. The Wolverines missed those two greatly. Michigan allowed the Wildcats to score the last seven points of regulation, including a fifteen foot jumper…

… on in the overtime and that's why I'm so proud of our team to not get down." During overtime neither team ever led by more than two and the lead changed hands six times. In the end, the Wolverines won…

… got it done." The weekend had begun well for the Wolverines Friday night as they extended their 'The home team traditionally comes on in the overtime and that's why I'm so proud of our team to not get…

February 19, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 85) • Page Image 9

… and out TOM [ELDKAMP/Daily lichigan won its 13th Big Ten title in the last 15 years. The Wolverines would soon take their celebration to the pool. Roller-coaster *year ends with Big Ten title…

… appropriate way to wrap up a season that for so long had threatened to go into the tank. In their previous weekend of competition, the Wolverines suffered consecutive defeats at Notre Dame and Northwestern…

February 19, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 84) • Page Image 13

… Michigan restling history will come to a close this weekend when Michigan wrestling coach Dale Bahr walks the maize and blue mat of Cliff Keen arena for the last time as the Wolverines' coach. Bahr leaves…

… behind a legacy of 219 victories - second only to the legendary Cliff Keen. The Wolverines also close out the dual-meet season against Big Ten foes Penn State today and Ohio State on Sunday. R Michigan…

…, four seniors and one out- standing coach bid farewell to Cliff Keen arena. Viola ends what has been one of the most successful runs for a lightweight in recent Wolverine history. DAVID ROCHKIND…

…. Massachusetts poses a real challenge to the Wolverines. The meet against Michigan is very important to the Minutemen - so important that Massachusetts canceled its meet this past weekend against Army so that the…

… team would have more time to prepare for its trip to Ann Arbor. Although the reason for Massachusetts' determination is unclear, it is something that has to con- cern the Wolverines. Michigan has lost…

…'s Daniel Diaz-Luong is third in the country leading a contingent of four Wolverines in the top 25 - Diaz- Luong, Scott Vetere, LaLo Haro and Josh Levin. Massachusetts' LaVallee and his teammate Steve Pryor…

… having revenge against LaVallee on their side, the Wolverines could be aided by the experience they gained in Las Vegas this past weekend. Diaz-Luong, Vetere and Levin all per- formed well in front of a…

… national com- mittee. The other Wolverines hope to be fresh returning from their layoff, so that they can return to a top level of perfor- mance. Although the week was helpful, it wasn't long enough for the…

… their meets this year without a full team available. The team has stepped up consistently and covered for their fallen teammates. This weekend, the Wolverines will compete at home for the first time in…

… its fair share of tri- als. Problems with injuries, consistency, and confi- dence have tested the Wolverines more than they would have anticipated prior to the season. In what will perhaps be its…

February 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 78) • Page Image 9

Wolverines. But the loss hasn't eclipsed Michigan's hopes for another day or more victories. "On my morning run, the sun will rise again and life will go on," coach 0 Urbanchek said. Minnesota claimed its…

…-yard individual medley, setting a pool record. The sophomore finished third in the 100 butterfly and second in the 200 backstroke. Lancaster was the only one of the untapered, unshaven Wolverines to win…

February 19, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 80) • Page Image 9

… Icers need team play, *not solo e.fforts Once again, the Michigan hockey team came out flat against a lower- division opponent. Last night at the OSU Ice Rink, the Wolverines bat- tled back from a 2…

…, the Wolveri- nes tied Lake A * Superior for first o . place in the CCHA. However, Michigan still needs to up its intensity to matchup with teams like Lake Superior and Michigan State, who the Wolverines

February 19, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 98) • Page Image 5

… power-play goal the rest of the regular season. Recently, the Wolverines' penalty-kill unit has been overwhelmingly dominant, and is currently second-best in the CCHA with a 90.5 kill percentage. Miller…

… Lamoureux (25) to finish the season as the nation's top goal scorer. The Wolverines' Hobey Baker Award hopeful is due for a hot streak - just in time for the end of the regular season. Sophomore third…

… playoff experience. Freshman Brandon Burlon will end the season by leading Wolverine defensemen in points. Burlon has 13, trailing both junior Chris Sum- mers and sophomore Chad Langlais, who each have 16…

… Fighting Irish are just too good for the Wolverines to beat come tournament time. Instead, the Wolverines will chase their NCAA dreams in Minneapolis. Sophomore Carl Hagelin is tied for the teamlead in…

… removed from receiv- ing Big Ten Athlete of the Week, Tatsuno was in the win column again yesterday. This time, she helped propel the Wolverines to their second straight 7-0 victory i and eighth straight…

… just gaining more and more con- fidence." The Wolverines secured the all- important doubles point behind the duo of freshman Michelle Sulahian and sophomore Whit- ney Taney. Taney, who has proven to be a…

…-4. Kehler, who Bernstein said was an "aggressive baseliner," was the only Michigan State player to beat a Wolverine last season in East Lansing. For the young Wolverines, the win to open the Big Ten sea- son…

… the Live Blog: 41-37 loss. http://the- But senior game.blogs. forward Carly michigandaily. Benson said the cow Wolverines are changing their game plan tonight in East Lansing. "We're gonna make some of…

February 19, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 84) • Page Image 9

…'s matchup with Ohio State (8-2, Big Ten, 16-3 overall), and Nikki Beaudry doubtful for the contest, the host Wolverines may have the thin- nest bench on record for the SportsChannel Chicago audience. If…

…-word description of the na- tion's fifth-ranked team. The Buck- eyes, who pummeled the Wolverines 90-73 three weeks ago, feature the top recruiting class in the nation from a year ago. "They came in the first day of…

…'s practice. The leading scorer among Wolverine first- year players, Hilton became entangled with de- fenseman Chris Tamer, fell down and slid into the boards. Coach Red Berenson will slightly alter his lines…

… disappointing losses (falling to Notre Dame 3-2 in overtime Saturday). We've got a long way to go." Though its been a while since the Bulldogs and Wolverines clashed, a more familiar foe comes to Yost Saturday…

February 19, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 80) • Page Image 10

…Page 10-The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, February 19,1992 DUBOW Continued from page 9 Felsner, and David Oliver saved Michigan; however, the Wolverines can't always rely on that line - es- pecially…

… teamed up for the final two Michigan tallies. With the Wolverines trailing, 2-1, late in the second, Michigan was on the power play. With a draw outside the Michigan blueline, Wiseman drew the faceoff…

… Haskins Minnesota head coach not scored as much (since that Michigan game), but he has played as well, if not better, than he played that evening." Wolverine frosh Chris Webber, who lived two houses from…

… players, great fans, great coaching. But we don't worry about the past." One of the keys for the Wolverines, said Fisher, will be lim- iting Minnesota's opportunities at the free throw line. Minnesota took…

February 19, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 104) • Page Image 6

… situation. Michigan took the ball down- court and John Harris put a jump- er through the hoop to make the score, 63-62. There were nine sec- onds left and the Wolverines foul- ed Riessen again. This time he…

… Sounded At this point the buzzer sound- ed, ending the game. No foul was called against Northwestern on Cole's drive despite protests to the referee by the Wolverine players. Michigan had fallen behind at…

… halftime 33-25 and' after several minutes of the second half was down 39-27. But the Wolverines battled to within five points when Coach Dave Strack took all his starters out of the game except Buntin at 12…

…:30. He substituted Tom Ludwig, John Oosterbaan, Larry Tregoning, and George Pom- ey for his regulars. With Ooster- baan scoring six points on jump shots the Wolverines tied the score at 50-50 at 8…

… margin until Northwestern broke away from Michigan in the last four minutes to take a 33-25 halftime lead. Strack called a time out at 6:55 with the Wolverines leading 22- 21. But after play resumed Michi…

… on the Wolverines were held scoreless. Greater Accuracy Northwestern had greater ac- curacy from the floor in the first half. NU shot 38 per cent to Mich- igan's 30 per cent. In addition, the Wildcats…

… outrebounded the Wolverines 28-26. Buntin led the rebounders and scorers for both teams in the first half. He had nine grabs off the boards and 11 points. Cantrell had nine points to take second place scoring…

… honors. Another Squeaker MICHIGAN By CHARLIE TOWLE "Will the real Michigan track team please stand up," is a re- quest local track fans might be making after the performance of the Wolverine cindermen in…

February 19, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 80) • Page Image 10

…10A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, February 19, 1998 Women's swimming and diving seeks 12th-straight title Wolverines - not secure as favorites - could be upset by 10th-ranked Golden Gophers or…

… Michigan women's team will win the Big Ten championship. The sixth-ranked Wolverines have taken the title in each of the past I1 seasons and are favorites once again in this season's meet, which starts today…

February 19, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 101) • Page Image 11

… ninth-ranked Wolverines scored a season-low 48.350 on the beam and lost the lead and the meet to conference foe Penn State, 195.900 to 195.525. It's the fifth time in six meets that the team has had one…

… for the third-lowest score on any event this year for the Wolverines canbe attributedtotwo falls. It was the second-straight meet that a Michigan gymnast fell on beam. "You can't be up there thinking…

… hole with two quick losses in singles play. By meet's end, Kuehn was the only Wolverine to pick up a win for Michigan. "A majority of the team didn't compete well," Michigan coach Amanda Augustus said…

…. "Tennessee just competed harder than we did." Kuehn provided the lone bright spotintheWolverines'loss,standing out in both her matches. She defeat- ed Tennessee's Blakeley Griffith (6- 4, 4-6, 6-3), the No. 12…

… rout ings in the FILA Collegiate Ten- nis Rankings, and help to build her confidence as she continues to adapt to her new life as a Wolverine after transferring to Michigan for her final season. Despite…

… the Wolverines, whichbegan the season on a high note with an upset over then-No. 12 Vanderbilt. The team faces another tough test on Friday, as they welcome No. 6 Northwestern to the Varsity Ten- nis…

February 19, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 84) • Page Image 11

… it all season, even though they paid at least half a season's worth last night. Not only did the tth-place Wolverines have to watch as the Spartans bounced on to the court to celebrate their second Big…

… Spartisan - the Wolverines were embar- rassed in their own building, by both their play and their crowd. MICHIGAN ST. 73 In a game that was closer than the score indicated - the MICHIGAN 58 Wolverines pulled…

February 19, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 84) • Page Image 12

… the pentathlon. We want solid early performances from them," Henry said. McGuire emphasized the need for a balanced attack from all of the Wolverines who will be in Columbus. "Balance from all twenty…

… The moment of truth has finally arrived for the Michigan men's track team. This weekend, the Wolverines want to put an exclamation mark on a season filled with pleasant surprises. All season, this young…

… themselves in recent weeks. Last week at the Wolverine Open, Cantin captured the 800 meters by running the fastest time of any Wolverine all season. He also won the mile at the Michigan Intercollegiate…

… be candidates for strong showings. While the Wolverines would like solid upperclassman performances, it's no secret that the Wolverines need Covering Assisted ]Death the Press, the Law and Public…

… ranked seventh in the country, has overwhelmed inferior competition all BRONCOS Continued from Page 31 recent slide. Slow starts are Michigan's biggest problem, because the Wolverines don't possess the…

… think he does, he could wiP the title in his event," Harvey said. Other Wolverines expecting a big weekend are freshmen Jeremy Schneider and Mike Wisniewski and sophomore Charles DeWildt, and junior Dan…

… trailing early in recent games, it has shown heart in its comebacks - despite thetdisappointing end results of most of them. a That's little consolation to the Wolverines, the preseason CCHA favorite, who…

February 19, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 85) • Page Image 12

…. 'M' SCHEDULE This week: Thursday vs. Lake Superior, Saturday vs. Lake Superior Thrsday: at "Taffy" Abel Aena, 705 p.m. Saturday: at Joe Louis Arena, 7:35 p.m. The first time the Wolverines faced the…

… his teammates and coaches as the "best forward on the ice" for the Wolverines over the past few weeks, partly due to the fact he's been realizing his days are numbered in to HOCKEY Michigan uniform…

February 19, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 101) • Page Image 12

… chance against the top- ranked Wolverines. But Michigan, without the services of senior co- captain Justin Laury, was ripe for an upset. The Wolverines dug themselves an early hole by scoring a meager 32…

… Kent Caldwell's meet-topping 9.7 set, Michigan cut into the Gopher lead with an impressive floor show- ing. The Wolverines ran into more problems on vault, but Thompson and fellow sophomore Scott Breg…

February 19, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 100) • Page Image 8

… to a 76-53 -victory. ENN STATE 53 The first game of a critical MICHIGAN 761 four-game homestand, last night's victory was essential for the Wolverines. "It felt like it's been a long time since we…

…-29, a minute into the second half, Michigan (5-6 Big Ten, 14-8 overall) began to assert itself on the defensive end. Increased defensive pres- sure allowed the Wolverines to turn up the tempo on offense…

February 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 78) • Page Image 11

…WOME Ely Nancy Berger Daily Sports Writer Just when the Michigan women's gymnastics team thought its ship was about to sink due to the damages sus- tained throughout its 1996 voyage, the Wolverines

… every time Michigan takes a step forward, it ends up taking a step or two back. Even though the Wolverines were strengthened by the presence of fresh- men Lisa Simes and Kristin Duff, who were back in the…

February 19, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 99) • Page Image 8

… Purdue outlasts Wolverines * Phil Green 'M' falls to Boilermakers in double overtime, 83-77 Little-known Vosku il shines in front of stars It wasn't a Demetrius Calip dunk. It wasn't an Eric Riley…

… after the intermission, a once lightly recruited Wolverine, James Voskuil, garnered the crowd's attention. The 6-foot-7 shooter played one of his best games as a Wolverine as he helped keep Michigan in…

… passes. If a defender closed on him, Voskuil impressively drove to the basket. He scored 16 points and corralled six rebounds before fouling out during the second overtime. The Wolverines have been looking…

… helped keep the fans alive, the su- perstars, Webber and Rose, observed from the stands. They craned their necks to see around standing Michigan students, and during a brief Wolverine run early in the…

… variety of positions in areas such as: by Theodore Cox Daily Basketball Writer Someone send EMS. Several hearts stopped in last night double- overtime Michigan loss to Purdue, 83-77. The Wolverines (12…

Wolverines a seven point edge. MICHIGAN (77) Player TFG FT R A PF TP Hunter voskuil Mitchell Calip Talley Pelinka Tolbert Taylor Riley Mclver 1-5 7-13 1-6 12-22 i-1 0-0 0-0 6-9 2-4 ___-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 3-s 3…

…-pointer during the closing seconds of the first overtime to tie the game for the Wolverines. However, his effort was in vain as Michigan succumbed in the second extra period, 83-77. "We did not do a good job…

February 19, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 85) • Page Image 16

… and a tie against Big Ten rival No. 15 Indiana could have hurt the morale of the team. nstead, the Wolverines are using the results of the Michigan nvitational to their advantage. "Whoever works hard…

Wolverines in iwe of their top-ranked opponent. "They're where we want to be," freshman two-meter Julie 'isbet said. "We got smoked. You can look at it from that mgle, or we can look at (Stanford) and say that…

February 19, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 80) • Page Image 11

… Brandon Howe, who was an All-American two seasons ago - will be honored before the match as part of an annu- al senior night to salute their careers at Michigan. As for the matches, the Wolverines do not…

…. "There are 11 teams in the Big Ten, and some are weaker than others, but none are easy wins. You always have to be ready." Although Warren is reluctant to admit it, on paper the Wolverines should be able…

February 19, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 114) • Page Image 11

… different than that which the media were used to hearing during the Sara Flom Era of Michigan women's gymnastics. Flom, who is the Wolverines' first, four-year letter winner, competed Sun- day in her final…

… over the highly- regarded Falcons would have been a treat for Hyatt and her team, the Wolverine coach nonetheless had plen- ty to smile, about. It was the tumblers highest team score in their five…

…-year history, and a mental boost for the state championship Thursday night. With one event, the floor exercise, left in the meet, the Falcons were ahead by an .85 margin. It was up to the Wolverine floor…

… hung on to edge the Wolverines. Besides herusual praise for the team effort, Hyatt singled out some in- dividual performances as especially praiseworthy. "We had a pretty good day on bars," Hyatt said…

… Michigan, presents one ob- stacle for the Wolverines - Michigan State. The Spartans are hot off the heels of their third straight Big Ten cham- pionship, and their meet scores have averaged two to three…

… points higher than the Wolverines. "It's whoever hits," said Hyatt. "If we hit, we could catch them." Men romp over 1SU By LEE KATTERMAN A gracious coach often compliments the opposing team following a…

… loss, so it's not surprising to hear Indiana State gymnastics coach Roger Counsil say he was "impressed" by the Wolverines af- ter Sunday's Crisler Arena meet. But Counsil's words following the Sycamores…

… Circle (Univ. of Illinois-Chicago Circle) as to who will go (as Mideast representative) to the finals." While Counsil praised the Wolverines, Michigan Coach Newt Loken was expressing concern that his team…

February 19, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 100) • Page Image 10

… salvation. Next week, the Wolverines play Northwestern and Minnesota at home. Michigan's first win during con- ference play was over Northwestern. After losing to the Golden Gophers by 20 points in January…

…, Michigan looks to redeem itself. But the Wolverines' opportunity for three solid wins starts tonight when they travel to Bloomington to take on Indiana. Although Michigan has not performed well on the road…

February 19, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 98) • Page Image 8

… in Ann Arbor anyone in our conference." The Wolverines aren't the only ones concerned heading into this game, though. Keady offered up some praise to Michigan, comparing the matchup problems that the…

Wolverines pres- ent to the ones that No. 4 Louisville gave the Boilermakers. Purdue upset the Cardinals, 86-84 on Nov. 30. Ohio State was able to do just that - one of few things the Buckeyes did well in the…

… playing as well without the puck." Powers added that Richmond remind- ed him a lot of Bubba Berenzweig, a former Wolverine who took risks in the defensive zone and struggled his fresh- man year in 1995…

… that Berenson is expect- ed to rejoin the team before this week- end's series in Omaha. All may not be lost for struggling Wolverines By Josh Holman Daily Sports Writer Sitting at 2-10 in the Big Ten…

… and the records have left the Wolverines wondering what's remaining to play for during the remainder of the season. "Our pride," junior Jennifer Smith said when asked what motivating forces are left…

… any team can hope to salvage, a pot of gold still remains at the end of a large rainbow for the Wolverines. The Big Ten Tourna- ment, beginning March 6 in Indianapo- lis, couldn't come sooner for a team…

… games as preparation." If the Wolverines were to enter the tournament today, though, they wouldn't be close to prepared. Michi- gan is last among all Big Ten teams in field goal percentage defense during…

… conference games, allowing oppo- nents to shoot a staggering 49.9 per- cent against them. In contrast, Michigan needs to pick up its own shooting as well. The Wolverines are shooting just 39.3 per- cent in Big…

February 19, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 78) • Page Image 9

… MCahill Daily Sports Editor Two days after the fact, Sunday's over- time loss to Indiana is still weighing heavily on the minds of the Michigan basketball team. The Wolverines led by 18 at the half and by…

… patiently - and alone - just beyond the arc. Fisher said the Wolverines have a sim- ilar play in their offensive arsenal, and the key to its success is drawing enough attention away from the inbounder for…

… jumpstarts Wolverine after slow beginning: By Dan Stillman Daily Sports Writer Watch out. Or Jason Botterill might just psych you out. 2 < For the past four years, the Michigan forward has been beating his…

… evident from the outside - psychology. Botterill's father, Cal, is a famous and highly- respected sports psychologist in Canada. So it's no sur- prise that Botterill has men- tioned the Wolverines' team…

… Botterill, who led the Wolverines in goals last season, wasn't satisfied with the way he or his early-season linemates were playing. "I think Brendan (Morrison), myself and Billy Muckalt put a lot of pressure…

… ultimate decision to stay with the Wolverines instead of going pro. "After we won the national title, I thought I was going to be gone for sure," he said. "That was my goal when I came into Michigan. When I…

…, however, Botterill was not as much a part of the Wolverines' success as he had hoped to be. "You want to prove to other people that you did make the right decision,' Botterill said. "I sat down with Coach…

February 19, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 99) • Page Image 8

… tune- up and chance to swim new events, was as one sided as the score in- dicates. The Wolverines were led by swim- ming phenom Susie Rabiah who used the Hurons' pool as if it were her own playground…

…. She combined on four victories for the Wolverines, three of them individual triumphs in the 100- yard backstroke, 50 freestyle and 200 individual medley. The fourth came in the 200 medley relay, in…

…, after a convincing victory over Eastern Michigan, is set to plunge into the Big Ten Cham- pionships next week. Wolverine Stacie Fruth, shown here, dives into a triumphant 1,000 meter freestyle performance…

… are just around the corner starting February 27. While the Wolverine swim team is where Richardson expected it to be this time of the season, he still has doubts as to how the Wolverines will fair in…

February 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 78) • Page Image 10

…. Matches against Maryland and Wil- liam & Mary were canceled. When Michigan left for Richmond Friday morning, a snowstorm was ap- proaching Virginia. As soon as the Wolverines' plane neared the airport, the…

… was insignificant, since the flight left Sunday. The Wolverines will now have to wait until next season to exact re- venge on William and Mary for last year's loss. "Since it was a non-conference match…

February 19, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 116) • Page Image 9

…Badgers punish grapplers By ADAM OCHLIS Leave it to wrestling coach Dale Bahr to say something positive in wake of the Wolverines' 23-13 defeat to Wisonsin last Sunday in Badger country. "I feel…

… meet, as the trio's 93-21 combined record has often meant big, early leads for the eighth-ranked Wolverines. This fact did not go unnoticed by Bahr. "I thought that we'd take at least two of the first…

…." Among the Wolverine's finest per- formances of the meet were the one-two finishes in both the high jump and the 1000 meter run. Junior Angie Hafner and McGinnis both jumped 5'8" for first and second…

February 19, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 116) • Page Image 12

… is off. Soullier is our sparkplug off the bench. The other kids are going to have to develop a rhythm." PEG HARTE scored 20 points and - finally got the Wolverines going mid- way through the first…

… of her first eight shots on her way to the Michigan record books. However, following a brief ceremony, the Wolverines came out flat as both Dietz and Harte were held scoreless until Dietz's free throw…

… CAGER Diane Dietz become Michigan's third highest scorer in Wolverine basketball history, as she accumulated 2,002 points during last night's game. The Wolverines, however, lost the contest, falling to…

… participate in post-season play, which begins March 5. The Wolverines (17-10-5 overall; 13-9-4) have already clinched a play-off spot in their initial CCHA campaign, and are currently fighting for home…

… Steve Richmond (5- 29-34). Both teams will be playing without a senior defenseman in the opener. Wolverine Dave Richter and Buckeye Dan Mandich were both penalized for fighting in their last games and…

February 19, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 120) • Page Image 7

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967'.' THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA01 SEVETJ Icers R By DAVE TICKTON The Michigan Wolverines out- did themselves last night…

… Duluth, 8-2 i 1 Breaks The Michigan skaters finally got those well deserved breaks. For Tankers By DOUG HELLER Tradition went out the window at Matt Mann Pool yesterday as the Wolverine swimmers ripped…

… before the Wolverine tankers. The 84-38 score was significant only it if is remembered that a losing swimming team is ordina- rily guaranteed 19 points for en- tering all the events. Actually, Ohio State…

Wolverine netminder ing moves. more drilled a shot into the upper played. Herman was a bit peeved Jerry Hartman who played an left corner of the net. After Bruce over the second Minnesota goal. outstanding…

… at will to- slapshot was smothered by a div- of players that would have done wards the Bulldog netminder. ing, stick swinging Wolverine de- a telephone booth stuffing team Hartman was next on the other…

… takes anything igan really skated well and you away from the Wolverine effoit, can't argue much with a game like asimprovement was shown in tht"h"ocdd diving, sprinting, and the 500- Their momentum and…

… return of yard freestyle. The Blue won 10 of the friendly break should help the 13 events, and swept eight. Wolverine skaters in the final reg- Blue Chip ular season series next week The inspiration was…

February 19, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

… they will have selected 32 teams to play in the annual post- season extravaganza. The Wolverines are currently 7-7 in the Big Ten and 14-9. overall. Their last four games pit them at home against Purdue…

… a tenuous position. The Wolverines could rise to the top or sink to near the bottom of the heap, depending on the outcome of the 20 remaining games that will be played in the next two weeks. If…

February 19, 1935 (vol. 45, iss. 101) • Page Image 3

… event when Captain Hugh Bonino of the Generals pinned Wil- lard Hildebrand in 4:02 for the win- ning margin. The crippled Wolverine squad put up a surprisingly strong fight against the powerful Washington…

… the Wolverines ahead, 13-11, for the first time during the meet, but Wash- ington and Lee forged ahead again after the 175-pound event which Kap- lan, Washington and Lee sophomore, won by a small time…

… a rink which was smaller and rougher than the local arena, the Wolverines found out early in the series that there were few spec- tators wasting any affection on them. Johnny Sherf had a goodly band…

…, featured the annual Winter Carnival there. Besides enjoying the celebration, an endless series of skating contests, dog- sled races, ski competition, dancing. and what not, the Wolverines were banqueted by…

Wolverine times. Yale's 400-yard relay team, minus Captain Livingstone, won in 3:44.6. Michigan was beaten by the Ontario team in 3:38. Renner finished about a yard behind Pirie, the Michigan time being…

February 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 78) • Page Image 13

… doing anything," said Michigan power forward Maurice Taylor, "I think it was more to try to stop our fast break than to protest the foul." Indeed, Knight's technical negated a Wolverine layup. But Louis…

… start as a Wolverine. The guard is 2-for-20 from the field in his last two games. Yesterday he still managed to score I I points, hitting eight foul shots and one 3-pointer. In the first meeting of the…

… year against Indiana, Bullock led Michigan with 27 points. PLAYING TIME: The loss of Robert Traylor will give some Wolverines a much greater chance to play. Neal Morton saw six minutes of action yes…

Wolverines came into the season boasting of depth, but Ward and Traylor's injuries have changed that. Both Ward and Traylor are expected back next season, but are gone for this year. , TOURNAMENT TALK…

…: Michigan did a great dealt enhance its chances for a bid to the NCAA Tour- nament yesterday. The Wolverines are 16-9 over, all, but more importantly moved back to .500 in the conference. Last year's Iowa…

Wolverines have si& games remaining - three on the road, three a1t home. INDIANA (75) FG FT REB MIN M-A M-A 4-T A F PTS Evans 38 7-18 6-8 2-10 0 1 22 Patterson 20 0-5 2.2 2-7 3 4 2 Lindeman 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 3 0…

… fter lhes, hnmanage to pte Hooske ichigan power forward Maurice Taylor pumped his fist after the first basket of his new life, and suddenly the Wolverines had a season again. Michigan jumped out a 29…

…-10 lead against Indiana yesterday, and suddenly the Wolverines' NCAA Tournament hopes were alive. More importantly, so were they. MICHAEL "They were very ROSENBERG cky to be here," Roses are nior captain…

… Dugan Read Fife said. Five Wolverines, along with recruit Mateen Cleaves, were nearly killed in a brutal car accident early Saturday morning. Somehow, center Robert Traylor suffered the only serious…

… injury - a broken arm. It's easy for a Michigan fan to daydream about how the near-tragedy may inspire the Wolverines to win the rest of their games. D9n't daydream about what these players ay do. It is…

February 19, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 117) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Sunday, February 19, 1978-Page 9 NCAA BID HOPES DIM Hoosiers husk woeful Wolverines, 71-59 By CUB SCHWARTZ Special to The Daily BLOOMINGTON -- The lights dim- med twice at…

… the first half, Michigan held a 6-2 edge - Radford had not yet scored. In the next 7:14 however, Indiana outscored the Wolverines 22-3. with 12 Tangled Upin Blue of the tallies rolling off Radford…

February 19, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 117) • Page Image 6

… stars in nets By JOHN NIEMEYER Special to The Daily MINNEAPOLIS-Defense! It shows up in the strangest disguises. This time it ar- rived in Minneapolis in the form of Michigan hockey team. The Wolverines

… goalies played a super game." Minnesota's lone goal came in the first period as Gopher captain Don Micheletti hit a 35 foot slap shot. Seconds earlier the Wolverines thwarted a Minnesota pow- er play…

… 86-80. "We were fantastic there," Wolverine Coach Johnny Orr said, "we were intense and consistent." It will take a similar effort, if not a greater one, to defeat the Gophers in Ann Arbor. "Our best…

… Winey to spell any of its starters. Williams moves to the backcourt if Winey replaces a guard. WOLVERINE TAILS: Michigan has won 19 straight home games . . . the last time the Gophers left Ann Arbor a…

… season with a road trip to Wisconsin and North- western. At the same time the Wolverines wind up Big Ten play at Illinois, then Purdue . . . Steve Grote needs but four points to become Michigan's sixth all…

February 19, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY alker, Denver Overwhelm Michigan Icemen, 6=- ioneers Tally Three Straight fter EarlyWolverine Score (Continued from Page 1) 'd lift a short one into a corner slide a quick one…

Wolverines ok a 1-0 lead that set the lar- st crowd in five years roaring. 'Walker Night' MICHIGAN DENVER Butts G Kirkwood Paenstein D Howe Rodgers D Munro Berenson C Masterton Hinnegan W Walker Babcock- W…

… Tom Wilson was shaken up on a play did the. crowd show much interest. Wilson returned to play later. Two Scoring Chances The Wolverines had the only two opportunities to score, getting power chances…

… Wilson (3) and Grant Munro (6 Wolverines (left to right in black) are Joe Lunghammner, Da MacDonald and Bill Kelly. I aka 's r. ad le gan over ded, will ,, to, East NORTHWESTERN LATEST VICTIM: Grapplers…

…'s undefeat- ed Wolverines to a 79-32 gym- nastic win over Ohio State at Columbus. Michigan, in winning its sixth straight dual meet of the season, won six of the seven events in the one-sided affair. Gil…

… Larose won two events and Tom Osterland added another first place for the high-flying Wolverines. Montpetit enjoyed one of his better nights of the season as he accounted for 26 of his team's 79 markers…

… of the eve- ning when he upset Wolverine standout Osterland in the tram- poline. Osterland was outpointed, 93.5-92, and went down in defeat for the first time this. year. Osterland, last year's runner…

…-up in the NCAA and NAAU trampo- line championships went on to win the tumbling event, however, while Gomps failed to place in any of the other events. The Wolverines, showing the team strength and depth…

… JIM BERGER Michigan's undefeated, wrestlers made it nine straight yesterday afternoon, as Northwestern fell prey to the powerful Wolverines, 28-11. "It was a great meet" com- mented Michigan mat coach…

February 19, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 99) • Page Image 3

…19, THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverines Bally To Tie Buckeye Swimmers Again, 42-4 9 Natators Gain Needed Points In Final Relay Quayle Swims 100 Yards In 52.5 To Better Mark . And Defeat Walt…

… Tomski (Continued from Page 1). was a super swimmer as a result of his 52i1 victory against Yale, went com- pletely haywire. ' If the medley dampened the ardor of the Wolverines, the 220 free style threw…

Wolverine hopes for a victory. Tor- ski, the favorite starter in college today was but one foot ahead at the first turn. A bad turn at the 75 pulled his Ohio rival ahead and Quayle, who is at finishing what…

… not ahead of him, Walt was short with his last stroke and needed another to touch. Quayle touched coming up to give him the win in 52.5. The valuable third place point went to Johnson. Wolverine hopes…

… Avenue. ' 'Michigan Sextet Loses 5-3; Cagers Trimmed By Maroot # *? Visitors' Last Period Scores Decide Fracas Hillberg, Cooke, Stodden Tally For Wolverines In Hard Fought Game By NEWELL Mc…

Wolverines this time by a 5 to 3 score to a strong Waterloo sextet. In the closing minutes of the open- ing period Waterloo came through with the first goal of the night when Grau took a pass from Smith and…

… second period Bert Stodden broke lose from his defense position and soloed down the ice bringing the Wolverines their opening score and tying the game. A few minutes after Stodden's goal, on an assist from…

… Cooke, Hilberg made a tally which put the Wolvsr- ines in the lead. Then the ganie turned into a fast skating game, Waterloo taking the offensive and the Wolverines forced to play within their own blue…

February 19, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 71) • Page Image 7

…, Mich. after its first two seasons, the thrashing Mercer, 20-7, Friday in gan men's lacrosse team its home opener. found The scoring output was a y to earn M programhigh,andtheWolverines cond win, Michign…

Wolverines Ultiate goals this season. Additionally, o for their Soccer Arena Michigan has received scoring d-setting (Pontiac, from 11 other players, including d win Mich.) a hat trick by junior attacker…

… debut. "As a freshman this last weekend, everything started to speed upa little bit, and you start thinking too much and get into red lights," hesaid. Romano and the Wolverine§ were welcomed back to Ann…

February 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 78) • Page Image 15

…-no indication of how close the game was - the score was tied, 1-1, af- n ter a period and the Wolverines k led by just two at the second inter- mission. Yet, the Michigan State players still held Muckalt their…

… you face more than three Michigan forwards on the ice at one time, you know you're in for some trouble. What buried the Spartans more than anything was the balanced attack that the Wolverines threw at…

…." Each Wolverine seems to know what his role is as well. The roster is loaded with guys that could score 30 goals a year on less balanced teams. But they seem more content if they all get 20. Saturday…

… into the extreme upper corner of the net. Spartan goaltender Chad Alban had no chance to even touch the puck. Thirty-seven seconds later, Muckalt put the Wolverines up by two, reach- ing around Alban and…

… and Michigan State at Joe Louis Arena this weekend. The Wolverines are two points behind the first-place Spartans. many opportunities as we had." and giving the Wolverines a three- Near the end of the…

… can ride the emotion of play wasn't sharp." The Wolverines went on to score the power play. That wasn't a coincidence. five more unanswered goals, shifting Even though the Wolverines posted And the…

February 19, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 96) • Page Image 16

… ridiculous." "We were lucky to get a draw," Bahr admitted. Indiana kept its composure through the uproar and as a result, took command of the meet. After Adam Caldwell beat the Wolverines' James Rawls, it was…

… a match where neither wrestler tried to score the other very often. While the Wolverines needed a win, Gotcher's performance impressed Bahr. "Larry did a solid job for us," he said. "It was difficult…

….) works against Adam Caldwell of Indiana yesterday. The Hoosiers handed Michigan its first loss in 26 Big Ten dual meets, 26-10. -'F HOOSIER COACH ONCE STARRED AT MICHIGAN Ex-Wolverine returns to topple…

… Yesterday the Michigan wrestling team rode a 25-0 conference dual me&a wave into Varsity Arena, only to wipe out at the hands of Indiana, 26-10. But the Wolverines did in no way drown; they simply got their…

… experienced its share of easy competition in the, likes of Illinois, Purdue and Michigan State, and difficult opponents such as Minnesota, Northwestern and the Hoosiers, the Wolverines can set morei insightful…

… tournament. The Wolverines host Wisconsin and Ohio State, twoe. middle-echelon teams. Michigan then hosts a quad-meet with three lesser opponents. There, the primary benefit lies in that the Wolverines become…

February 19, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 98) • Page Image 8

… getting older and better, and they're moving the puck pretty well," Mich- igan coach Red Berenson said. "We have the same power play, but we're not as good at it." The Wolverines' penalty kill, ranked…

… bounces from their team.. It's probably a mix of a lot of different things." But if Berenson has his way, the struggling unit won'tdecide the game. The Wolverines have scored twice in their last 15 chances…

… throughout the Michigan cheering section during the second day of competition at the Big Ten Cham- pionships. It was clear the Wolverine con- tingent was anxious to see a pair of Wolverines reclaim individual…

… me." The duo's performances lifted the Wolverines to second place after seven events. No. 10 Minne- sota currently leads all teams with 204.5 points, just nine ahead of No. 16 Michigan. Michigan coach…

… into Big Tens than we did two years ago." The evening's events started with the.200-freestyle relay, where the Wolverines got off to a fast start. Kelly led the relay in a blis- tering22.57 seconds for…

February 19, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 96) • Page Image 6

…FAURSix THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURmSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1931- wasomwam"No Wolverine Natators Swam 3partan eam, 63-13 VARSITY ACES PIL Michigan Seeks Lead _i UP LARGE MARGIN MRS. HARPER AND…

… Firsts; Kennedy Also Stars. By J. Cullen Kennedy Michigan State's swimmers bow- ed before a superior Wolverine squad last night inthe Intramural pool by a score of 62-13. The pow- erful Michigan natators…

… Wrigley's ma- gic island yesterday- ck Race WOLVERINE[S MEET WISCONSl'N TON IGHT Victory Over Leaders Would Put Varsity on Top in Big Ten Title Scramble. Michigan's chances for a second consecutive hockey…

… championship will be at stake tonight when the Wolverine sextet crosses sticks with a fighting group of Wisconsin puck- men at 7:30 o'clock at the Coliseum, in the first of a two-game series. The second game…

… victory over Mich- igan and a single win over Minne- sota, have hit the skids and have dropped two games to the Gophers. That leaves Wisconsin only a half game in front of the Wolverines, and should…

February 19, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 100) • Page Image 10

… 10 - Tuesday, February 19, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Defensive swap saves WolverinesF rompa e9 MERRITT, from Page 9 later by burying a 3-pointer from the top of the key with…

… five seconds left on the shot clock. A couple of minutes later, Merritt hit freshman Manny Harris on the fastbreak for an easy bucket. On the Wolverines' next posses- sion, Merritt drove and hit a layup…

February 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 78) • Page Image 14

…6B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, February 19, 1996 Olympic Trials No. lpiority. for Wolverines this season : By Doug Stevens Daily Sports Writer One of the keys to success for any…

… both a blessing and a curse. I wish I had such a problem." As a result of this decision, in addi- tion to a few unexpected occurrences, the Wolverines found themselves beaten by a prepared and shaven Min…

… the meet," Urbanchek said. "They really (gave) everything there (was to give)." - The diving contingent added to the Wolverine point totals. Alex Bogaerts finished fifth in both the one-meter and three…

…-meter events. The Wolverines faired well in the The Minnesota men's swimming team celebrates its first Big Ten championship since 1926. Buyukuncu pronounced Big Ten Swimmer of the ampionship By Susan Dann…

…-3). Sunday's event at Minnesota proved to be yet another Big Ten nail-biter as the Wolverines rallied to win by sweep- ing the final three matches to prevail, 18-14 over the Gophers. Michigan grabbed the early…

… team." At this point, the Wolverines' upper weight class wrestlers stepped in to clear up any doubts left about the out- come of the match. Senior captain Jesse Rawls Jr. de- feated Minnesota's Tim…

February 19, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 100) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-The Michigan Daily- Thursday, February 19, 1987 Grant, Ric By JEFF RUSH After a tedious three-game road trip in which the Wolverines returned winless, Michigan coach Bill Frieder probably…

… left Crisler Arena last night singing, "You're 16, you're beautiful, and you're mine." Last night the Wolverines finally won again, their 16th, a 77- 64 victory at the expense of the Wisconsin Badgers…

February 19, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 110) • Page Image 7

… (Michigan) played very poorly tonight-their team could have been the reason." Thus a dejected Al Renfrew tried to put as bright a picture as pos- sible on what had to have been one of the Wolverines worst per…

… With two minutes gone Mich- Wisconsin outskated, outshot, igan's defense allowed Wisconsin and outhustled Michigan nearly all to take a puck right away from night long s the Wolverines seem- them and…

…, Pete Leiskau of Wisconsin, turned in one of the Badgers two wins by taking Michigan freshman Dave Curby 4-0. Wolverine Rick Neff nearly captured a third straight super- ior decision victory when he…

February 19, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

… Coach Bill Perigo and his Michigan basketball team. With nine games behind them and only five remaining, it would take a miracle for the Wolverines to win the Big Ten title. But the chances for a first…

… . . .until this year. For the first time in three years the Wolverines have remained in the race after starting the year with the same 3-1 r record. In previous years the "M" cagers have always taken quite a…

… greatly handicapped when one of them can't perform well. Michigan's early loss against Northwestern was the result of a Wolverine lapse on defense that allowed Willie Jones to score 26 points. At Iowa the…

Wolverines were still rusty from the semester break, and two of the top four scorers didn't respond with their usual share of the load. Injuries to key players have caused the last two losses. John Tid- well…

… have a good chance of a FIRST place tie. Giving the Wolverines those five, they have a 10-4 record for the season. This must be compared to the marks of Michigan State, Purdue and Indiana. The latter…

… victories. The opponents -may all be below the Wolverines in the standings, but they are still tough. Look at North- western, this Saturday's opponent-it rests in ninth place, but are still considered by many…

February 19, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 84) • Page Image 3

… SATTMDAV, r M. 19, 1 ,14 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rAGX IMY - It . ..,. r _._.. Tankers in Evanston; Track Team Meets Notre Dami D Here Mermen To Try for Big Ten Crown Wolverines Favored; Wildcats…

… Expected To Prove Strongest Rival By BUD LOW Michigan's mighty Wolverines, win- ner of 13 Conference championships and 12 National Collegiate champion- ship, are the overwhelming favor- ites to regain the…

… Trumble from Northwestern. Bob Tribble, another Purple swimmer, should have little trouble in winning the backstroke, while Wolverine Bill Cooley is a pos- sibility for second. Jiaize and Blue Favored…

… Will Play Last Game Of Current Season Tonight By BILL LAMBERT A favored Wolverine track squad makes their second and final indoor appearance at 8 p.m. tonight in the Yost Field House when they meet the…

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