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April 19, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 120) • Page Image 14

… thing that pitchers have to get to be successful is solid fielding. The Michigan softball pitchers benefit greatly from their infielders' play. "Yeah, (our infield) is really solid," Wolverine pitcher…

… .950. As a result, the Wolverines are second in the confer- ence standings. Kovach said she has been saved numerous times by her shortstop. "(Mary) took this one ball, it ricocheted off my leg," Kovach…

… top of the seventh. The Wolverines entered the top of the seventh trailing Indiana (4-8 Big Ten, 18-14 overall) by a 5-2 margin. With the help of a seldom- used freshman and the clutch hitting of two…

… Cheryl Pearcy pinch-hit- ting for second baseman Kathryn Gleason. Pearcy proceeded to find a gap in shallow centerfield and se- nior Kari Kunnen followed with a single to continue the Wolverine rally…

…. Shortstop Mary Campana scorched her second hit of the game; a two-run triple, deep into right field Pearcy and Kunnen both came around to score on the blast. In total, five Wolverines scored in the inning…

… game today," Forbis said. "By the second game, though, m arm did feel better." The first two games of the series were not stellar ones for the Wolverines. Michigan managed to split the doubleheader 3…

…-0, 7-1. The Wolverines suffered a monstrots collapse in the sixth inning of the second game to seal their defeat. Sis Hoosiers crossed the plate in the in- ning. "I think we pitched very well the first…

… stayed home for a weekend se- ries at Fisher Stadium. The Wolverines' doubleheader against Indiana yesterday was their Big Ten home opener. Michigan (4-10 Big Ten, 12-25 overall) had its five-game winning…

… get the Wolverines back on the winning track. "Ray Ricken pitched, another outstanding game," Michigan coach Bill Freehan said. "That was a good one-run win - we haven't had that yet in the Big Ten…

…." Ricken allowed just five hits in seven innings for the Wolverines. A fine defensive play in the second inning by centerfielder Brian Simmons took the Hoosiers out of the inning and kept Michigan on top…

April 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 117) • Page Image 13

… Today through Saturday, Toledo, Ohio trouble all year until the Wolverines woke up. Now, after beating Michigan State twice in the last four weeks, the Wol- verines are brimming with confidence. "If you…

… ask a lot of people around our *rea, they don't want to play us right now,"Michigan captain Jamie Reynolds said. The Wolverines have not played against atop-ranked foe since the Michi- gan…

… how talented this Wolverine squad is. "We're looking to surprise a bunch of teams," he said. The Wolverines have not had the same lineup all season and this week- end should be no different. Ernesto…

…. Justin Biebel also has missed the last couple weeks of practice and, conse- quently, a newcomer will share playing time with him. Stan Lee, a Medical student who has not played for the Wolverines all sea…

…. This weekend, the Wolverines' bats must con- tinue their hot hitting against Indiana's pitching to stay in the race for the Big Ten title. The Hoosierstaffis anchoredby senior Gina Ugo, the Big Ten…

… herself as a threat to any team that faces her. This weekend, the Wolverines will take on that task, led by Ugo's opposite num- ber, Sara Griffin. While Griffin is a star pitcher in her own right, her…

… best in Michigan's lineup, however. Centerfielder Kellyn Tate, com- ing off a 3-for-8 performance against Purdue, is hitting .396 to lead the team. The Wolverines are the second-ranked hitting squad in…

… had a successful Wednesday of its own. The Wolverines knocked off Purdue in two games to remain 1 1/2 games behind conference-leading Min- nesota. In the most recent national poll, Michi- gan climbed to…

April 19, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 120) • Page Image 17

…-run Wolverine seventh. Benedict's only blemish in the final day was a strikeout in the first game. Junior Mary Campana had the other clutch performance when the Wolverines were in need. Campana crushed a two…

…. Some of the fans were not surprised yesterday though. There was common agreement that it does get cold in Michigan, even in April. BASEBALL Continued from page 14 However, the Wolverines came roaring…

Wolverines out the rest of the way, giving up only three hits after the first inning. It was too late, though, as Ricken shut down the Hoosiers as well. If Ricken was the pitching hero of the second game, then…

… Indiana's Bob Scafa definitely starred in game one. Scafa (4-1) pitched a shutout, al- lowing only five hits. The Hoosier lefthander kept the Wolverines at bay all afternoon, striking out seven. Indiana got…

Wolverines but kept Michigan in the game for as long as he could. "Heintschel struggled - it was- n't as good as he can pitch," Freehan said. "But he stayed in there and . kept us in there for a while." The…

…. Hoosier pitcher Kassey Reynolds kept her streak alive for most of yesterday also, continuously flustering the Wolverines with her off-speed deliveries. FIELDING Continued from page 14 like veterans. Both…

… said. "I think we helped her out, we played right into her hands. She throws it up, real slow - an up-ball - and we went after it and almost every out we had was to the outfield." The Wolverines will…

… leader Iowa in May. Gleason has booted only one ball the entire season. The combination of the Big Ten's best pitching staff (1.38 ERA) and the Wolverine infield should lead Michigan to its second…

April 19, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 118) • Page Image 19

…- gest focus at this point in the season that's Big Ten competition - it still has to play those contests. And this week provides the Wolverines with plenty to play. This afternoon Michigan (9-7 Big Ten…

… well as offering-a chance to improve. It is improvement which will be necessary for the Wolverines consid- ering their next two Big Ten oppo- nents are first-place Ohio State (doubleheaders April 30-May…

… good pitching staff," Hutchins said. "It's just a matter of us scoring runs. We've got to hold the other team down so we can score some runs." One Wolverine who will be counted on to drive in some runs…

…, and Carr (.290) is tops with 36 hits, 22 RBI and 45 total bases. But for the Wolverines to keep winning, Campana says it's the little things that are important. "(We need) to play good funda- mental…

April 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 117) • Page Image 12

…. Louis Rams with the sixth overall pick. As many as three other Wolverines - Amani Toomer, Jon Runyan and Joe Marinaro - could be first- round selections. The draft will televised by ESPN. Friday April 19…

…. In Steketee's first start of the season, the Wolverines (12- 4 Big Ten, 18-18 overall) were 4-1 losers to Eastern Michi- gan at Fisher Stadium. The sophomore righthander didn't figure in the decision…

April 19, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 120) • Page Image 13

… difficult to say who has been a tougher adversary for the Michigan baseball team - Big Ten opponents or the schedule makers. The Wolverines (8-8 Big Ten, 21- 19 overall) continued their brutal first half of…

… the conference season with a split against No. 23 Minnesota this weekend. The four-game series with the Golden Gophers (9-3, 27-9) marked the third time in as many weeks that the Wolverines have spent…

April 19, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 118) • Page Image 16

…'m just throwing my name in the draft." Howard's departure gives the Wolverines another scholarship to offer. Prep All-Americans Samaki Walker ofColumbus, Ohioand Jerrod Ward of Mississippi have included…

…- though he certainly could have been. To just about no one's surprise, the Wolverines won their fifth con- secutive Big Ten club title, beating Wisconsin in the championship game Sunday at Purdue. In…

April 19, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 137) • Page Image 12

…. The next Wolverine expected to be picked is Key. Two-time all- American Tripp Welborne over- shadowed Key's play all season, but Key has emerged as a valued prospect. "He had a decent workout and could…

… speed), but he can play in the NFL." The other eligible Wolverine, Jefferson, did not run well in Indianapolis. If not chosen in the fi- nal rounds, he could sign on as a free agent. MOVING TO CHICAGO…

… opponents Illinois, Illinois State, Northern Illinois, Southern Illinois, and DePauw this spring, the Wolverines may relax and concentrate on their game more easily. Because Michigan has played competitively…

… will get our 960 goal and have a real strong chance of winning the tournament," LeClair said. Zonder thought changing the team's goal would help the4 Wolverines., "I think we should set our sights a…

April 19, 1991 (vol. 9, iss. 12) • Page Image 14

… Palace in Auburn Hills. ANTHONY M. A Michigan rugby player lets his guts fly after a rough first half. KENNETH SMOLLER/Daily Future Wolverine basketball star Chris Webber slams in two points during the…

April 19, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 118) • Page Image 21

…, the Michigan special teams unit held Wisconsin to a mere three goals on i11 power-play chances. The Wolverines - seeded first in their bracket of the tournament - had to go through Chicago and Northern…

…'t really have to hustle all year,"DiGiovanni said. "But the guys came out hard (against Wis- consin) and played with great inten- sity." Simich paced the Wolverines for the tournament with 10 points on…

April 19, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 120) • Page Image 15

… indeed rank as one of his top choices, along with Southern California. He also said that Wolverine forward Chris Webber's decision on turning professional would not affect his decision, and he hinted that…

… he doubted that his high school teammate O'Bannon would select the Wolverines. Ford, who has Memphis State and Arkansas at the .top of his list, also ranked Michigan as "real high." Much like Jones, he…

… was heavily pursued by Crawford, at this point the Wolverines' most influential recruiter. "He talked to me and Avondre about it," Ford said. "He was telling me how we could be like another Fab Three…

… several top place finishes. Wolverine junior Molly McCli- mon won the i500m run last Friday with a time of 4:30.6. The Michigan distance medley relay team claimed first Saturday (11:32.61). Top Wolverines

April 19, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 120) • Page Image 16

… escaped the Michigan hockey team. True, the Wolverines' season did end less than three weeks ago. However, it is time to recover from the heart- wrenching overtime loss to Maine in the NCAA semifinals and…

… Pat Neaton is playing alongside Roberts in Europe and it looks as if he will soon be sporting the red, white and blue for coach Tim Taylor's U.S. Olympians. Center Mark Ouimet, the fastest Wolverine and…

… was a big reason why the Wolverines finished second nationally in goals scored per game. But the six played their last game at Yost in March, and their departure leaves a gargantuan hole on the ice and…

… Aaron Ward, the highest NHL draft choice in Wolverine history, will be the backbone of a weakened defensive corps and needs to have a career year. Forward Mike Stone will continue to be the hardest worker…

… it, the arena will be filled to: capacity for a game against Michigan State. The wheel will continue to spin, pushed by an ever-; changing group of Wolverines. The icemen will } cometh. "I like next…

April 19, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 118) • Page Image 1

… Steve Fisher sitting beside him, Howard announced his decision to forego his senior year with the Wolverines and make himself eligible for the NBA draft in June. The 6-foot-9 junior ended specula- tion…

… surrounding his future with the Wolverines. Because he had stated ear- lier in his career with Michigan that he would not leave the school until earn- ing his degree, many thought Howard would remain in Ann…

April 19, 1991 (vol. 9, iss. 12) • Page Image 9

… our opinion; Blockbuster said the voters Worst Video Store Wolverine Video (by far) Its proximity doesn't make up for the rudeness, the lousy selection, and the absurdly high late fees. Campus Theater…

April 19, 1991 (vol. 9, iss. 12) • Page Image 13

Wolverines' only pass-offense in the game, Howard's gazelle-like cutback tied then-No. 1 Michigan with the spoil- hungry Spartans, 21-21. We can only speculate how fans would remember Howard's achievement if…

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