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November 19, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 52) • Page Image 7

… started a six- game win streak that earned the Wolverines an appearance in the NCAA Tourna- ment for the 20th straight year. While extend- Michigan ing those two Matchup: streaks, Michi- LSSU 5-5-2; gan…

… State (3-4-1-0 CCHA, 5-5-2 overall) should be a lot easier on the Wolverines - they only have one streak to worry about. The last time the Lakers won a game against Michigan was in early 2007, and the…

… like that but when it comes down to it, every weekend counts," senior forward Matt Rust fa MAX COI Senior forward Matt Rust and the rest ot the Wolverine senior class have never lost to the Lakers. By…

…- MChigan ment on Sunday. Matchup: UCF The Wolverines 12-4-3; Michi- (14-4-3) didn't gan 14-4-3 just give a strong When: Sun- showing in the Big day 2 P.M. Ten Tournament Where: - they took home UM Soccer the…

… championship complex title. And with that win Michi- gan secured a first round bye in its fourth NCAA Tour- nament appearance. The Wolverines face a home matchup against Central Florida (12-4-3) on Sunday…

… potent offenses, as Michigan and UCF rank 10th and 12th in the nation respectively in total team offense. The Wolverines flashed their bal- anced striking abilities in their 4-1 rout of Penn State in the…

… the scoring attack. But to stifle UCF's attack, the Wolverines will rely heavily on their experienced defenders, starting with redshirt junior goalkeeper Chris Blais. Blais made nine saves in Mich- igan…

…'s win over Penn State and led the Wolverines to a shutout of Wis- consin the round before. The Seattle native is a captain this year andlooks to lead Michigan on Sunday. Michigan has found success at home…

… the Nittany Lions. He will try to help the Wolverines carry their momentum through to the NCAA Tournament this weekend. Ns/Daly said. "Especially with the CCHA, the point race being so close this year…

… weekend. In both games, fresh- man goalie Kevin Kapalka shutout the Bulldogs. No. 10 Michigan has had suc- cess in the past scoring on the Lakers. During the Wolverines' 11-game win streak, they aver- aged…

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…

May 19, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 4) • Page Image 15

… Michigan baseball team's sea- was won by the Spartans, as they put son came to a close over the weekend, three into orbit to Michigan's one. but not before the Wolverines gave Michigan State held a 5-1 advan…

…- their fans one final thrill. tage going into the bottom of the third, Michigan (13-14 Big Ten, 25-30 but the Wolverines struck for two in overall) split two doubleheaders with the third and three in the…

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…

March 19, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 95) • Page Image 13

… wish is one that Mother Nature will not grant. The Wolverines' past two games have both been postponed due to rain. Michigan (5-9-1) was sup- posed to open its home season against Central Michigan on…

…'s aining. It doesn't do anybody any good, but it's hat we have to contend with in this part of the ountry." Although the Wolverines are hoping that the weather will hold up for their home weekend series…

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…

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…

September 19, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 126) • Page Image 10

… to Ypsilanti tonight to face offagainst Eastern Michi- gan. The Wolverines (5-4) are coming off a successful weekend performance at the UMass Invitational. Michigan defeated Brown and Massachusetts en…

… route to a2- 1 record and the tournament title. The Wolverines' match against the Eagles (0-7) is the team's final non-con- ference tune-up. "We think the matches this weekend are lumped together with…

… with a school-record 10 shots. Junior defender Michele Brach and sophomore midfielder Debbie Flaherty notched seven shots each, with Flaherty scoring one. Numerous Wolverine shots were fired over the…

… the first two games of the season due to injuries. The forward is one of only five Wolverines to score a goal so far, and has impressed Belkin. HOME DATES AT NEW FIELD: After starting the season with…

… five consecu- tive road dates, Michigan will play eight of its last 13 games at home. The first-ever game at the Michi- gan Soccer Field drew 472 fans Sun- day. The Wolverines host Texas Fri- day at 4 p…

May 19, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 10) • Page Image 16

…Sports Page 16 Tuesday, May 19, 1981 The Michigan Daily SECOND STRAIGHT Batsmen clinch title, 10-6 By JOHN KERR Before the 1981 Wolverine baseball season had begun, Michigan coach Bud Middaugh…

… weekend. The Wolverines open the tournament at 1:00 p.m. against the University of New Orleans. There Middaugh's crew will make a bid for its second straignt trip to the College World Series in Omaha…

Wolverines twice yesterday to win the title, but the Wolverines refused to falter. "The adrenalin starts flowing around tournament time," said an elated Mid- daugh. "We put it all together offen- sively. We…

… with a double to give the Wolverines a 1-0 lead after the first in- ning. SENIOR Wolverine starter Mark Clinton was having troubles of his own, however, as Minnesota nicked him for two runs in its half…

…-2, and the Wolverines took the lead in the top of the fifth when Jeff Jacobsen scored from third on Randy Wroten's fielder's choice. The slim one-run lead didn't last long, though, as the Gophers knocked…

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…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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…

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…

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…

May 19, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 9) • Page Image 12

… singles and three doubles events. The Wolverines totaled 108 points going into today's semifinals to 75 for runner-up Iowa. Golf: Putters chipped WEST LAFAYETTE-Minnesota's John Harris matchd par for 36…

… rack and field meet. Indiana led the. qualifying in seven trials, advancing 11 men into today's finals program at Minnesota's new Bierman Field complex track. Though only qualifying seven, the Wolverines

March 19, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 95) • Page Image 15

… for the Michigan women's gymnastics team. more and more, we know what we The Wolverines have done it before, and more and it is definitely not as difficult t than likely, they will do it again. trate…

… when competing." This Saturday, the Wolverines will advance The Wolverines jumped from th s the No. I seed to the Big Ten place position to the No. 2 spot, hampionships in Iowa City, where they will…

… action and Wolverine netters - to rebound from again in the second round of the Big 8- disappointing losing streak and Ten Championships. come back to Ann Arbor with two Big -en wins this weekend. The 24th…

…-ranked Wolverines face Itlinois in Champaign tomorrow, and then travel to West Layfayette to face Purdue on Saturday. Focus is on the inds of the Wolverines this weekend. "We understand that we need to 0 S keep…

… freshman, I am nervous, but we are all nervous and excited at the same time" Knaeble said. "We know that we have to keep this Big Ten winning streak going." The Wolverines are looking ahead to the prospects…

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…

May 19, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

… Gophers defeated the Wolver- ines, 5-2, in the finals of the Big Ten Champ- ionships, claiming their fourth title since 1967. Michigan has won the other 19 titles in that span. The Wolverines (15-10 overall…

…, 11-1 conference) defeated Illinois, 5-2, and up-and-coming North- westem, 5-3, setting up the championship match. In the finals, the Wolverines' lack of depth, most notably the loss of senior captain…

… third inning with singles, and, a seb al one out later, Flannelly smashed a Continued from Page u towering drive to right field, making it 5-0 and breaking the game open. sparking the Wolverine attack. In…

….-LI-.- .. r -- + v .. v. . - .rv SUMMER JOBS Softball Continued from Page 1 The Wolverines led that game 2-1 . going into the seventh inning, but allowed a run in the bottom half, sending the game to extra…

… marathon game. Allard continued in tne tniro game, pitching a four-hit shutout, as the Wolverines continued the sweep and won 5-0. The Wolverines led early an they scored two inns in the first inning…

…. However, Allard just couldn't do any more as she allowed fourruns in two-thirds of an inning and was removed for sophomore Andrea Nelson. Nelson held Minnesota but the Wolverines could onlt get one more run…

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…

November 19, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 38) • Page Image 10

… offense that has given the Wolverines the edge in the early going this season as Michigan has outscored opponents 55-23. Leading the way, sophomore Mike Comrie is also lead- ing the league - in overall…

… scoring. Tallying points at a near dizzying pace the speedy forward headlines a group of four Wolverines among the top 10 in league scoring with 23 points already this season. Meanwhile as a team the…

March 19, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 93) • Page Image 13

… be its NCAA quarter- final opponent. The worst possible sce- nario for the Wolverines was realized when Michigan drew e winner of the Minnesota-Michigan State first- round game. But from the Michigan…

…, the Wolverines have reason to be concerned. Both of Michigan's possible oppo- nents will have a score to settle with the Wolverines in the traditionally tight NCAA quarterfinal round. Michigan was…

January 19, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 75) • Page Image 8

Wolverines. Scoring 13 points and col- By ZAK PYZIK lecting eight rebounds against Daily Sports Editor Michigan, Wildcat center Luka Mirkovic scored at will. TODD NEEDL/Daily Junior Northwestern forward John…

… the point for the Wolverines. But with the team's floor gen- eral out, Michigan's offensive game flattened - findingjust eight assists the entire game. The Wildcats passed the ball with a military…

… floor. Morris, who played more in the second half, racked up 16 points and was the only other Wolverine to score in double digits. "That's just tough to overcome especially against a team like that, that…

… the three-minute mark of the Wolverines' 74-60 loss to North- western when Michigan men's basketball center Jordan Morgan missed a wide-open dunk. Everyone at Welsh-Ryan Arena looked. on as Michigan…

… revealed that the team is vulnerable and inexperienced in the paint. Throughout the evening, the Wolverines played Morgan, freshmen Jon Horford and Colton Christian and redshirt freshman Blake McLimans in…

… the post, and all four players had trouble in the paint. The four combined for just seven points and 12 rebounds. Northwestern completely shut down the Wolverine big men any time they even attempted to…

… kind of stuff, working on different types of finishes. Some nights it just doesn't fall." Michigan has known all sea- son that its post players are young The Wolverines tried dif- ferent man…

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

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…

November 19, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 38) • Page Image 14

… fflmff Tipoff '92 4 Tk,,rc.,4asNnvnmhr 190 1992Ih~ U7 htVIIUII 7* 7W 1 nursuay, imumfluer la, laac Could the 1992 Wolverines be... An unstoppable team? by Ken Sugiura C onventional wisdom I…

… depth, just like Michigan. They were even in the Final Four, as the Wolverines were. It's not Cincinnati. It's not Duke. And it's not Indiana. "Michigan, the only way they can lose," Juwan Howard says…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

November 19, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 35) • Page Image 10

… as hard as Fisher and the Wolverines try to sugarcoat last night's loss to Athletes in Action,. last night's exhibition game means a lot more than they may be willing to admit. It does matter, and the…

Wolverines should be con- cerned. You see, one thing came into DANIELLE focus a week RUMORE ago against Australia Ru re Adelaide and Has It became crystal' clear last night: The Wolverines can- not play…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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…

November 19, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 38) • Page Image 9

… three days a week. "The first time through, only seven of us passed," Gray said. The drills are just one part of the completely revamped Wolverine work ethic. "We put a lot of hard work into the preseason…

… the changes taking place in the program. Ready or not, the women's bas- ketball team takes to the court tonight, and jumps into a new era. Nine Michigan players will suit up. The Wolverines return five…

Wolverines open up their 1992-93 season with an exhibition game against the Russian national team tonight at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Tonight's game marks Mich- igan's first since it lost, 71-51, to Duke in…

… the NCAA finals. The AP poll, released Monday, gave the Wolverines 23 of the 65 first-place votes, and 1,536 points overall. Checking in at No. 2 was Kansas, with 19 first-place votes and 1,513 points…

… last year we were ranked 28th in the preseason," Rose said. "It doesn't really matter. I'd rather be No. 1 in the final poll." The Wolverines have been prac- ticing since Nov. 1, and are ready for a new…

… ranking are the arrival of freshmen Fife and for- ward Leon Derricks. The latter's re- turn from a back injury gives the Wolverines a clean bill of health. "I'm sure I'll be nervous," Fife said. "It's the…

… last season, includ- ing all six of Michigan's NCAA tournament games. In the Russians, the Wolverines face a tired opponent. Tonight's match will be their fourth in as many days. Monday, they fell to…

… Michigan State. Andrew against Northwestern, takes on the cagers tonight at Crisler Arena. Ranging in age from 19 to 33, the Finnish team is hardly a conven- tional college opponent for the Wolverines

… like to press," junior forward Shimmy Gray said. "They're an aggressive team." Running and pressing are two things the Wolverines should know a lot about. With new coach Trish Roberts has come some team…

March 19, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 136) • Page Image 9

… the NIT title, followed by Purdue and Michigan. The Wolverines, with odds of 9-2, are ahead of even Syracuse, the team that plays host to them tonight. .:. The Big Ten has rolled up an impressive 8…

… Eric.Turner, who will be suiting up to play for the Wolverines next year, has been named to the Parade Magazine All- American second team. Lansing Eastern's Sam Vincent, who will follow brother Jay at…

…' main strengths lies in their pitching. The majority of last year's pitchers are returning, led by senior Mark Clinton. In addition to Clinton, the Wolverine pitching staff includes sophomores Scott…

… could consistently get the batters out." JIM PACIOREK, WHO led the team in home runs and RBIs, will once again lead the hitting attack. The Wolverines will be hurt by the graduation of shor- tstop George…

…, according to Mid- daugh. THE WOLVERINES' annual spring trip to Florida begins tomorrow with a doubleheader against New York Tech. The 14-game exhibition excursion in- cludes contests against the University…

… of Miami, Bowling Green, and Glassboro State. The Wolverines' first regular season game4 is a home doubleheader against Grand Valley State on March 31. Unlike the Wolverine line-up, the Big Ten…

…, because the winner of the division does not receive an automatic berth into the Regionals," Middaugh explained. The Wolverines, who are ranked eleventh nationally by one press agen- cy, had a good…

March 19, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 110) • Page Image 12

… believing otherwise would be sacrilege. For 67 programs, March is the cruelest month of the year. On Friday night, Ohio upset Michigan in Nashville, and the Wolverines became a footnote. Co-workers will…

… gather round the water cooler on Monday and complain thatthe Wolverines screwed their brackets. They'll grumble over Michigan's short- comings and muse that the Bob- cats are rather well-coached for a team…

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…

September 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 132) • Page Image 11

… Daily The Michigan women's volleyball team will continue its quest for respect and redemption when it takes on Notre Dame and Eastern Michigan this weekend at Cliff Keen Arena. The Wolverines grabbed two…

…, the Wolverines look to reach the .500 mark. "This team is a pleasure to coach," Michigan coach Greg Giovanazzi "aid. "The players have been sponding to what has been asked of them." But things were not…

… week's Wolverine Invitational, she is looking to average a 75 for all three rounds this weekend. One intangible that could help both Teichert and Park in obtaining success this weekend is the weather…

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, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 61) • Page Image 9

… weekend, as the Wolverines muddled through an infrac- tion-filled pair of games, defeating Western Michigan 6-3 at home Saturday despite dropping a 4-0 road deci- sion to Ferris State the previous evening…

…. ichigan skaters served a two-game total of 88 min- utes in the penalty box, and four Wolverines earned game disqualifications as Michigan vented its frustra- tions at the unlucky bounces and calls that…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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…

March 19, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 96) • Page Image 5

…, morning runs and workouts, the 14th-ranked Mich- igan wrestling team, down from the sixth position it held before the Big Ten Championships, has finally reached the climax of its long season. The Wolverines

… regroup with the five wrestlers who qualified for the NCAAs, in Oklahoma City, March 19-21. Last year, Wolverine coach Dale Bahr saw his team qualify seven wrestlers for the NCAAs and man- age a solid 12th…

… board for the Wolverines. The presence of James Rawls (142) and Phil Tomek (HWT), who both failed to qualify this year after doing so last season, and Sean Bor- met (158), who was ranked seventh in the…

… yesterday to compete in the NCAA National Championships which will be held today through Saturday. Twelve Michigan swimmers and three divers qualified to compete in the championship meet. The 15 Wolverines

… Olympic trials. She has also set three Michigan swimming records this year in the 200 and 400 IMs and the 200 butterfly. Other Wolverine national quali- fiers include seniors Lisa Anderson, Katherine…

January 19, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 92) • Page Image 11

… Ohio State's Buckeyes gave Michigan a lesson in fundamental basketball yesterday as they com- pletely dominated the Wolverines and sailed to an easy 98-85 vic- tory. The Buckeyes halted the potent…

… Michigan offense by throwing up a tight 1-2-2 zone that forced the Wolverines into one of their worst shooting games of the campaign. daily sports,' NIGHT EDITOR: FRED LaBOUR Ohio State was no less effective…

…- door the Wolverine center. He al- so had success in dragging Tom- janovich down low and then rol- ling to the basket. Ohio State was i 3 T 7 C i 4 4 MICHIGAN Stewart Carter Tomjanovich Fife Maxey…

… Finney Meadors Andreas OHIO STATE FG 4 11 12 6 2 4 FT 0-0 .9-10 2-2 0-0 3-5 4-6 -Daily-Andy Sacks BOB SULLIVAN (90), the Wolverine's "sixth man," crashes into Ohio State's Denny Meadors in an attempt to…

… offensive board work the Mich- igan offense could not function as it normally does. Yesterday made two bad games in a row for the Wolverines and tough Northwestern lies ahead. Unless they improve over their…

… Buckeyers to cough the 'ball up 17 times, with a shameful 10 turnovers in the second stan- za. The Wolverines also got their chapces to score, throwing up 95 shots to the basket while t h e Buckeyes had to…

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