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March 19, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 116) • Page Image 9

…, and the Wild- cats held on for a 2-1 win. Michigan will take on Northern Michigan this0 afternoon at 4:05 p.m. at Joe Louis Arena, and the< Wolverines look to win their third consecu- tive Mason Cup…

…. Throw in the fact that Michigan struggled for most of the weekend against Nebraska- Omaha and you might even say the Wild- cats have an advantage. However, this is the playoffs, and the Wolverines always…

…-CCHA defenseman Matt Hun- wick, and All-CCHA snub Andy Burnes, perhaps the best defensive pairing in the conference. The Wolverine 'D' is second-best in goals- against in the CCHA, allowing just 2.36 goals per…

… fourth place behind Penn State, Ohio State and Iowa at the Big Ten Championships. This season, the Wolverines have already defeated both Penn State and Ohio State in hard-fought matches at home. The…

March 19, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 97) • Page Image 14

…14-The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 19, 2002 Tigers, Hoosiers on horizon for Wolverines By Daniel Brnmer Daily Sports Writer The road to the NCAA Tournament unofficially begins this weekend for…

… Indiana and No. 15 Princeton on Satur- Princeton, a day. These matchups will be important to When: 11 a. ensure that the Wolverines qualify for the Latest: Thes Eastern Championship tournament. The ines as…

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…

November 19, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 53) • Page Image 11

…-place showing in the ,650-yard freestyle to help Michigan in its two wins this weekend. Wolverines keep on rolling in routs By RYAN A. PODGES Daily Sports Writer The No. 5 Michigan men's swimming and divingteam…

…) since the 1980-81 season. The Wolverines won 14 of 18 swimming events including victories in all four med- ley races. Michigan had the top four fin- ishes in the 400-yard individual medley and went 1…

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…

April 19, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 122) • Page Image 22

… back. After pushing aside the disappointment of being left off the NCAA Tournament bracket just a few weeks ago, the Wolverines rebounded to win the NIT with a 62-55 victory over Rutgers at Madison…

… we had to go play some ball." The Wolverines made it interesting down the stretch against the Scarlet Knights. With 1:51 remaining, senior Bernard Robinson gave Michigan a 56-48 lead with a pair of…

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…

September 19, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 149) • Page Image 14

… hockey team attacked early and often, defeating the Catamounts 5-0 in front of a boister- ous home crowd. The win was the fifth straight for the Wolverines. "(The game) went well," Michigan coach Nancy Cox…

… said. "There are many things we need to get better at - particularly our defensive ball pat- terns. But we're getting much better on the attacking end and the defensive end." Offensively, the Wolverines

April 19, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 137) • Page Image 11

… and competitors from all teams chatted freely. It was a stark difference from the atmos-t phere on Thursday, when the Wolverines com-t peted in the preliminaries, hoping to qualifyi for the Super Six…

….750, and there deductions were taken because of steps during landings. Ray's 9.925 perform- ance anchored the rotation and allowed the Wolverines to total a 49.025 on the event. But while the Wolverines

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…

January 19, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 62) • Page Image 10

…-4 overall) was not ranked in the most recent top 25 poll, but maybe they should be. In their last two games, the Wolverines have defeated No. 19 Purdue 74-67, and embarrassed No. 12 Illinois 86-69. Yet even…

… though both teams have worse overall and Big Ten records, both are ranked ahead of the Wolverines. The argument for a ranking is also helped by the fact that the Wolverines have not padded their record by…

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…

November 19, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 36) • Page Image 15

…-ranked Wolverines turned the ball over 25 times and fell behind by as much as 19 points (65-46) in the second half. Yesterday against Detroit (0-1), the Wolverines turned to its own star in the paint to turn things…

… dust settled on the week- end, the Wolverines had notched their first win - but also had determined that they were a long way from play- ing to their full potential. Leader and best With yesterday's 67…

January 19, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 79) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Early runs bury 'M' By CHRIS HERRING number of fans with them Daily Sports Writer didn't help the Wolverines in their uphill battle, either. Forward Ta…

… can't Whitfield admitted Michi- let other teams dig us into a gan didn't come out with hole each time." the desire it needed to beat Last night, the Wolverines a strong team like the Spar- once again…

November 19, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 37) • Page Image 9

… Michi- gan State at Munn Ice Arena. Until last night, that is. Junior goalie Al Montoya McHGN TTE2 made 29 saves, including 16 in a hectic first period, to lead the No. 2 Wolverines to a 4-2 victory over…

… the Spartans. Last night's out- come marked the first time the Wolverines' senior class tasted success in the Spartans' building. "The seniors wanted to end their careers with at least one win in this…

April 19, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 122) • Page Image 21

… on Saturday, the Big House was as quiet as it has been in years. DeAndra Cobb's 64-yard touchdown run gave Michigan State a seemingly insurmountable 27-10 lead. But the Wolverines weren't quite ready…

… following an unbelievable finish to regula- tion, three Braylon Edwards touchdowns and three overtime periods, the Wolverines had completed one of the most improbable wins in school history, prevailing 45…

… from Mike Hart. The true freshman rushed for 224 yards and a touchdown on 33 carries, becoming the first Wolverine ever to rush for 200 ards inthreeensecutve aimes. Stickers bring home natty for 'M' By…

… another one home for the Wolverines," said Michigan coach Marcia Pankratz. "Men's programs, wom- en's programs, revenue, non-revenue, it doesn't matter. We're just really proud to be a part of the…

May 19, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 137) • Page Image 10

…. The Wolverines were 4-1 entering Sunday's game against the Golden Bears. After cruising by Western Michigan 8-0 on Thursday, Michigan struggled Friday afternoon and lost to Cal, 9-0. The Wolverines

… had and my team was behind me,"Young said. "We had a great tournament and it's going Junior Jennifer Olds and the Wolverines couldn't get anything going in their two games against California this…

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…

March 19, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 100) • Page Image 16

… Bhave Daily Sports Writer Michigan heads into the Big Ten Championships at State College with a lot of uncertainty regarding its+ injury situation. Then again, the Wolverines have been answering questions…

… how important No. 3 Ohio State every member of the team is," Kris Zimmerman said. Michigan in expe The heavy losses of captains the Wolverines, t Justin Toman and Kevin Roulston are eager for rev have…

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…

March 19, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 97) • Page Image 11

…'t come as a surprise that the '97 squad had an up-and-down season (although that appears to have become the trend for Michigan hockey in recent years). One week the Wolverines would look like world…

… turnout at the games, which means that the NCAA can hope to at least break even. In 1998, Michigan entered the NCAAs as an underdog and was seeded third in the West. But, the Wolverines got to host the West…

…'s diminutive height, he weighs one pound more than fellow jun-, ior Jed Ortmeyer, who is often the first Wolverine to level an oppo- nent. The physical exhaustion from continued hard checking can quickly wear a…

… home opener M=09 >ever dO itw e UNIVERSITY FOUNDED BY1 OF PENNSYLVANIA BEN FRANKLIN - 1740 PENN By Chodes Pradis Daily Sports Writer Wolverine fans will have their first chance to root for the home…

May 19, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 137) • Page Image 11

… freshman Marley Pow- ers in the Wolverines' other two games in the tournament, and Powers hit two home runs - a grand slam against Wright State on Friday to put the Wolverines on the board and a three…

… when she ripped a grand slam over the right-field fence. She had all five Wolverine RBI and both hits. Unlike their teammates, they couldn't turn to other postsea- son experiences. They could only draw…

Wolverines have since made steady strides. Two years ago, Michigan finished fifth. Last season, it broke onto the podium at third And as the hollering on their bus ride home from Champaign showed, the…

Wolverines continued their ascent this weekend, claiming their first Big Ten Championship since 1983 and first under Michigan coach Ron Warhurst. "I'm giddy," Warhurst said as he quieted down the elated…

…, Michigan faced adversity all year. The Wolverines finished a disap- pointing sixth at Big Ten Indoors and lost "The Dual" against Ohio State. And for this meet, they stayed 56 miles away from the Illinois…

…- pared to less than 10 last year. Yesterday,juniorAdamHarrisled the Wolverines, who entered the day infifth,tovictory.Anchored by Har- ris, the Michigan 4X100-meter relay team won its first title since…

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…

January 19, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 57) • Page Image 8

Wolverines trotted into the locker room holding a 38-31 lead. "We pride ourselves on going into the half with the momentum," Horton said. "We've watched tape numer- ous times, and when we scored, teams walk…

… off the floor when they would normally sprint if they had the momentum. Things like that make a difference" Even though both dunks accounted for just four points on the scoreboard, the Wolverines used…

… to the Wolverine bench. With a little more than seven minutes left in the sec- ond half, Petway fell to the floor holding his hand over his mouth. He immediately walked off the court to the locker room…

…. Although many Michigan faithful had flashbacks to last season's injury-plagued campaign, both players seemed fine after the game. Following the Wolverines' struggles in their Big Ten home opener against…

…, the Wolverines appeared to come out of their funk when they notched three power play goals in an exhibition game against the U.S. National Development Pro- gram Under-18 Team. Prior to those three…

… tallies, Michigan had been scoreless on its previous 19 power play chances. But Tuesday, the power play failed to score goals and gave up one shorthanded goal. With the Wolverines trailing 1-0, junior…

… flicked the puck in the air to a streaking Bryan Lerg, who had snuck behind the Michigan defense. From there, Lerg had a breakaway on Wolverine goalie Noah Ruden. Lerg faked a shot, and Ruden bit, allowing…

November 19, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 36) • Page Image 14

… momentum back to the Wolverines with his first of two goals. FRIDAY'S GAME MidI~m 4 NebmskaOmTdia 4 Despite meltdowns, icers steal series from Mavericks Michigan Nebraska4Omaha 0220 -4 1030 -4 { { Fkt…

… points from Nebraska-Omaha (4-3-1 CCHA, 7-4-1 overall) this weekend in the Civic Auditori- um. The Mavericks had given up nine goals in six CCHA games prior to the Wolverines' arrival in Omaha, but upped…

March 19, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 112) • Page Image 5

… nerves than he has all season. There were no more shots he could make that could change the Wolverines' out- come. It was out of his hands. He just had to sit and wait. "They were going to make us wait…

…, exuberance filled Crisler-Arena as the Wolverines' celebrated making the tournament. But Michigan coach John Beilein isn't content with just making the Big Dance. "Every opponent you have at this time is…

… catch them. Langlais has got a little bit of that." Though Langlais is a small defenseman, Wolverine assis- tant coach Billy Powers said that "pound for pound, he's very strong and he's hockey strong." He…

… the doesn't matter who we're compet- end of the three-round tournament, ing against," Rankin said. "All in all, the Wolverines managed to climb this definitely wasn't good enough, back into a tie for…

… ninth. even though we're going to try to Sapp, whose Wolverines have draw as many positives aswe can." followed up a second-place perfor- The Wolverines' inability to sink mance at the Big Ten Match Play…

… putts in the last two events contin- Championship with consecutive ues to be a pressing issue. In Pine- ninth-place finishes, blamed just hurst, each of the Wolverines shot a one person for the poor…

… Michigan at press too much to get it back." the Big Ten tournament on Feb. 13. Michigan's short game will be The Wolverines finished 29 shots tested again at its next tournament behind the Nittany Lions. on…

March 19, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 116) • Page Image 12

…'sgymnasticsteamseemed to slip through a wormhole into Opposite Land on Saturday. The whole night was backward. The pommel horse, the first rotation of the night and usually one of the Wolverines' problem events, went…

… is tops, the Wolverines' struggles continued. By the end of the night, some- thing else happened which had never occurred this year: Michi- gan lost a dual meet. The Buckeyes posted their highest team…

July 19, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 150) • Page Image 11

… current or former Wolverines qualified for the upcoming games in Athens, Greece. Junior Chris DeJong might have had best chance to be the sixth Michi- gan swimmer to qualify, but he faced stiff competition…

…, but he got beat by two world-record holders. As for (Tarwater) he did a great job as well. Any time you make the finals at an event like this it is a very big accomplishment." Current Club Wolverine

… member Ktete Keller and former Wolverine Chris Thompson failed to qualify in the 1,500-meter freestyle on Wednes- day, finishing in fourth and seventh, respectively. Sophomore Peter Van- derkaay qualified…

… for the event final as well but decided to sit out the final race as he has already qualified in the e 800-meter freestyle relay along with Keller and senior Dan Ketchum The last two Wolverines to make…

… the team were junior Andrew Hurd and former Wolverine Tom Malchow. Hurd set a Canadian record in the 400-meter freestyle with a time of 3:49.67 and will also compete against his Wolverine teammates in…

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…

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…

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

… aggressively." Although the "C" word has become synonymous with success on the sandlot, with Michigan's offensive numbers through its first 13 games, saying the Wolverines are just "confident" may be an under…

…- statement. As a team, the Michigan offense is flourishing - the Wolverines (6- 7) currently boast a .327 batting average, a .521 slugging percentage and average more than 8.5 runs per game. Less than a month…

… flat out hit." Individually, senior third baseman Brock Koman and junior catcher Jake Fox have paced the Wolverine attack. Koman, described by Mal- oney as a "pure hitter," possesses a lofty .421…

… getgo, these boys hit." Unfortunately, hitting is only one half of baseball. With a pitching staff that has seen three freshmen and four sophomores toe the rubber, the Wolverines have struggled to slow…

… lineup we have." . Ebbett learning from Shouneyia on faceoffs DANNY MOLOSHOK/ Daily Junior Brandon Roberts and the rest of the Wolverines are getting their bats and offense in gear under new head coach…

… have a good night all around the rink," freshman center Andrew Ebbett said. Both players said they take time after practice or before games to work on faceoffs. Shouneyia, the Wolverines' top-line center…

… Detroit in 1995. He joins an extensive list of Wolverines who have received the illustrious award including Terry Mills, Glen Rice and Chris Webber. Harris also ends Michigan State's run of recruiting four…

… straight Mr. Basketball winners including Paul Davis, Kelvin Torbert, Marcus Taylor and Jason Richardson. 0 NICHOLAS AZZARO/Daily Senior alternate captain John Shouneyla has been one of the Wolverines

March 19, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 100) • Page Image 13

… just really honored to be up there." While no Wolverines won awards, several were nominated. Komisarek was a candidate for Rookie of the Year, Jillson up for Best Offensive Defenseman, Mike Roemensky for…

… potence ti M for a Michigan-Michigan State championship; game, More playground pains for the Wolverines DAVID ATZDIIy CCHA All-Rookie team selection Mike Komisarek sticks it to Nebraska-Omaha's James…

September 19, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 144) • Page Image 9

… course the Wolverines will be without their two top defen- sive linemen for this weekend. QiUSIONvMARK: It will be a month this Saturday. A month ago Drew Henson broke his foot dur- ing practice and was…

…" Navarre will be associated with one statistic - 8-for-28. The sad part is, it didn't have to turn out this way for Michigan. Had the Wolverines found a way to win the game, Epstein and Navarre would be…

… after day one. But one Wolverine has a chance to vil mcdalist honors. Senior Scott Haves, who shot rounds of 71 and 72 finished the first day tied for third with three other golfers, two shots off the…

… juniors Andrew Chapman. Kyle Kilcherman, and senior Kcvin H inton. A\lthouigh Michigan looks to be too many shots behind South Carolina to make a run at the title, Carras still belie\es the Wolverines can…

April 19, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 137) • Page Image 16

Wolverines were forced to play above their nor- mal positions - an extremely difficult task against the nation's best. At No. 1 singles, a screaming serve down the line by No. 2 Brian Wilson ended Jackson…

…'s home career, 6-1, 6-2. Freshman Ryan Heller battled back at No. 3 singles after losing the first set to No. 117 Ryler DeHeart, but couldn't quite finish the job, losing 6-3, 7-5. But two Wolverines

…, but watched her score plummet along with the rest of her team as the weekend progressed. A GOBLUEWOLVERINE.COM, The best Michigan Sports site on the web! -- Exclusive daily team updates from GoBlueWolverine

… women's rowing team traveled to Lake Ovid on Saturday to defend its superior ranking over in-state rival, No. 10 Michigan State. But even with all the motivation, the Wolverines still lost the regatta 17…

… are in the boat and ready to race. Once in the boat, it would prepare the Wolverines to take charge of their races. "We need to be more offensive," Rothstein said. This means that Michigan can improve…

… claiming an undefeated regatta against the Wolverines. "Our second varsity boat did well," Rothstein said. "Those are the kind of races that the team can use to build upon. It was the highlight of my day…

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…

May 19, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 137) • Page Image 12

…12 Monday, May 19, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com FELDMAN From page 11 Powers to pinch hit, she did some preemptive damage control. The Wolverines were bounced in the first round of…

… worked a 2-1 count before lining out to the shortstop. Although mighty Marley lined out, there was still joy in Ann Arbor. "I thought she had a great at- bat," Hutchins said. The Wolverines took the right…

… defense starts on the mound." Michigan (51-6) hit .449 in its first two games. Facing a hot offense, Kent State decided to pitch around Michigan, resulting in eight Wolverine walks. Shaw's grand slam came…

… weekend, each game was tight. The Wolverines rallied from a 5-2 hole against Wright State (33-26) and waited until the fourth inning to score their first runs against Notre Dame (38-22-1) and Kent State (46…

April 19, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 137) • Page Image 15

… FRIDAY'S GAME Illinois Fighting Illini 3 LP: Joe Ziemba (1-5) Michigan Wolverines 6 WP: Jim Brauer (2-2) K 2 "'Frustrating' is an understatement." - Michigan coach Rich Maloney on watching a potential…

… win slip away from the Wolverines twice yesterday. SATURDAY, GAME 1 Illinois Fighting Illini 2 LP: Joe Ziemba (1-5) Michigan Wolverines 5 WP: Derek Feldkamp (4-3) Drew Davidson (Illinois) Davidson…

… genius," Maloney said. "And then other times you want to hide your head in the dugout." Control problems plagued Wolverine pitch- ers all of Sunday. Bobby Garza - who started for Michigan - Phil Tognetti…

…, Ali Husain, Andrew Hess and Dan Lentz each walked at least one batter apiece and combined for three hit batsmen. Mike McCormick was the only Wolverine without a walk as he pitched one and two…

… time he got to the ball, the damage was done. The loss marked the second series split in three weeks of Big Ten play for Michigan. With Jim Brauer's fastball touching 91 miles per hour, the Wolverines

November 19, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 51) • Page Image 8

…8A - Thursday, November 19, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Paz's 19 kills help. 'M' in five-set win AARON AWGSBURGER/Daly Junior Veronica Hicks will be key if the Wolverines hope to…

…. She's playing her best volleyball right now." The victory gave the 14th- ranked Wolverines (11-6 Big Ten, 23-7 overall) a season sweep over the Spartans and the State Pride flag for the third…

March 19, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 116) • Page Image 8

… the Michigan women's basketball team last played in a postseason tournament. But the Wolverines will never make it to 150. The Wolverines (10-10 Big Ten, 17-13 overall) were invited to the Women…

…- prisingsnub meant that it would be bumped down to the WNIT and left less of a chance for Michigan to grab a spot in the tournament. With one more Big Ten team in the mix, Borseth and the rest of the Wolverines

March 19, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 116) • Page Image 10

… looked like we didn't even exist when we watched it. Yeah, it's motivating - it kind of pisses everybody off a little bit. " - Michigan goalie BILLY SAUER on the Wolverines re- ceiving little attention…

… record during its three- week stretch of early-season road games. After playing in Florida, Missis- sippi and California this season, the Wolverines (6-6) completed their longstint as the visitingteam…

… was the lone Wolverine with mul- tiple hits (two) in the first game. Sophomore Zach Putnam got the loss, allowing both of the Pirates' runs and dropping to 2-2 for the season. "The wind was blowing at…

… weren't able to get it done." The night game spanned 12 innings and nearly four hours. The Wolverines scored in the first and fifth and never trailed until East Carolina's two-out, game- winning single in…

… front of a Wolverine-friendly crowd. "The margin of error isn't that big, and your opportunities are definitely numbered," Roblin said. "It wasn't like we didn't play good baseball, but (East Car- olina…

…'s season was shaping similarly to the 2005 National Championship season: The 2005 Wolverines strung together 32 straight wins after dropping their season-opener. This year's squad had won 16 con- secutive…

… that kind of com- petition," Michigan coach Carol Hutchinssaid. "Westillhave some work to do." The ninth-ranked Wolverines (23-3) began the competition on Thursday and Friday sweeping pool play against…

…, the Wolverines couldn't deliver. As the game held scoreless in the third, Michigan had the bases loaded with two outs and sopho- more Teddi Ewing at the plate. Arizona pitcher Taryne Mowatt threw a wild…

… pitch that allowed a run to score but she maintained her composure by striking out Ewing to end the inning. With the Wolverines unable to convert further, the Wildcats struck back inthe nextinningwith a…

… level, that's what it is. It comes down to taking care of business every pitch of the game.'" Looking to take out their frus- trations against Penn State in their final game of the weekend, the Wolverines

June 19, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 46) • Page Image 7

… the first conviction and indefinitely after the second. The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 19, 2000 Students react to Wolverine Access $$ DOT COM OPPORTUNITY $$ Hot new internet start-up seeks Campus…

… begin June 19, Mon-Fri, 10-5pin. Non-smoker, must have own car. Call Jill at 482-4500 or 747-8748. By Natalie Plosky For the Daily On June 5, the University implement- ed an updated version of Wolverine

March 19, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 116) • Page Image 11

… bestbeam performance of her life. In the Wolverines' 196.675- 196.100 losing effort against No. 18 Missouri (11-6) on Friday, Kramer was a huge force in the team's second-highesthome score of the season…

… with sophomore all-around gymnast Thuener-Rego just per- forming on the uneven bars and balance beam because of chronic back problems, the team outper- formed all expectations. The Wolverines scored just…

November 19, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 36) • Page Image 16

…a 8B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 19, 2001 'Big Green' advances with big win over 'M' History at work for Wolverines in NCAAs By Allison Tope Daily Sports Writer With just four…

… shot by sophomore Erica Kleinholz, but the game remained 1-0 as the whistle blew, marking the end of the 2001 season for the Wolverines. RUTH 1 N 0 Pesiri said. "It worked a few times in the first half…

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…

June 19, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 123) • Page Image 14

… department. After the departure of former Wolverine setter Lisa Gamalski, Martin became the first freshman to start the season opener at setter for Michigan last season as a redshirt. Even though she didn…

… experience, which will help her in the fall." Draves appeared in just 13 games for the Wolverines last season, but Rosen told the athletic department that Draves "was playing the best volleyball of her life…

April 19, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 122) • Page Image 10

…10A - The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, April 19, 2005 J REGISTRAR'S BULLETIN BOARD THE END OF THE TERM TERM GRADES Final grades are available to students on Wolverine Access (http:// wolverineaccess…

…://www.umich.edu/-gradinfo. REGISTRATION If you have not yet registered for Spring, Spring-Summer, Summer & Fall Terms, you may still do so on Wolverine Access. If you wish to disenroll from a term and avoid all charges you should do so by…

March 19, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 100) • Page Image 15

…-y success. Richard In an amazing upset performance, that kept th freshman Emily Fenn became the finish - a Wolverines' only All-American with a ence meeta sixth-place finish in the I,650-yard "We fin…

…'s.I said after the race. "This will keep me Sugar said. mostjyated for months and years to hard to swi corr1e." "I'm no 1Tbe freshman Fenn may have been happens he theAII-American, but the Wolverines' they…

… two points really quickly and won all three three-set matches." t I, t. t, .a I Spartans and Illini continue to- dance +.. sRETT MOUNTAIN/Dily Freshman Emily Fenn is the only Wolverine to take home…

September 19, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 144) • Page Image 10

… second nature to the Michigan women's cross country team. This past weekend the Wolverines repeated their success by nabbing another first-place finish and took home a second-straight team title at the…

… Spiked Shoe Invitational at Penn State. Last weekend marked the first time the Wolverines have run a 6K race. "The Track and Field Committee did move the distance up. This is everyone's first 6K cross…

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