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October 02, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 4) • Page Image 10

… luxurious facility, a veter- an team and a full summer of prac- tice behind it. Now all that is left for the Wolverines is to go out and dom- inate. In their 101st season, the Wolverines will get their first…

… competition in the nation. The Wolverines will face teams that are expected to be in the top 20 - including Notre Dame, Duke, North Carolina and up-and-coming teams William & Mary and Virginia Commonwealth…

… summer of grea something the Wolverin have last fall due to inj nine members are returni ing senior Brook Blain,N back after missing the sec last season due to a backi The first preseason ran finally…

…) ranki meaning," he said. "We cerned about playing righ Last season's Wolverin 54th in the polls, with record of 9-14. This seaso is their best chance to NCAA by storm. "We have the potential t 15 or top…

…-20 team," Eisne The Wolverines are als their fall preparation a MARGARET MYERS/Daily Junior William Farah and the rest of the Michigan men's tennis team face a difficult challenge this weekend in…

… North Carolina. ,The Wolverines will face some of the top teams in the nation at the Tar Heel Invitational. It should Tisch Tennis Center. it the com- Completed in early 1997, . tlie state…

… spectator t practice, facilities should be completed.by es did not next summer. uries. All With a top-notch structure in ng, includ- which to play, the Wolverines will be who comes able to gain an extra step…

… a top- The Wolverines will then try"to r added. bring back what came to Michigan o enjoying 40 long years ago - a natiUI t the new championship. ire for Eck weekend. Although the Wolverines are ranked…

… 19th iie nation - tops in the Big Ten --Zawacki sai#Ie girls are not overconfident. "Every team works hard over the sumr:' Zawacki said. "Preseason rankings don't ri ab much." The Wolverines will have…

April 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 105) • Page Image 14

… the Michigan women's tennis team. - After moments of streaky play and close losses, it looks like things are back on track for the Wolverines. 7Coming off back-to-back losses to lowly Purdue and a tough…

… Notre Dame team, the Wolverines faced a potential weep by the state of Indiana last week- end when they faced the Hoosiers. As Indiana swept the doubles play, No. 42 Michigan fought back in the sin- gles…

February 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 67) • Page Image 13

…/Daily At last, Wolverines get one for the road in victory over Hawkeyes By James Goldstein and Dan Stillman Daily Sports Writers IOWA CITY - Finally, the Michigan basketball team won a big game - on the…

… road. After falling to Indiana on Jan. 6 and then falling apart against Illinois last weekend, it looked like the Wolverines might never win an important road ----------------- game, continuing an…

October 02, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

… 9A wSILJtcrn d, i...- - omen's golf fights the blues athome By Dan Lev For the Daily Michigan women's golf coach Kathy Teichert hopes there's no place like home for the Wolverines. After two tour…

… happen, we'll have trouble being competitive." Ax struggling women's golf team will look-to get on track this weekend when Michigan hosts its only tournament of the year, the Wolverine Invitational. 'Two…

… weeks ago at the Lady Northern I2Lte at Penn State, Michigan finished a ppointing 14th out of 16 teams. The p6of finish was especially frustrating for the-Wolverines, because it came a week after a…

Wolverine Invitational, but this year she hasn't been Wjfied with her scores. haven't been playing well, Park s4g"What I need is to gain confidence itOdyself. Once I do that, I'll probably -(better." .'ark…

… ourselves.' Michigan will be part of a 13-team field featuring five Big Ten teams, including last year's Wolverine fitational tournament champion, diana. The tournament will be played in a six…

April 02, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 126) • Page Image 12

… winning back-to-back road matches over the weekend. Despite the tough schedule, the Wolverines came away with a clean sweep, beating No. 29 Minnesota 5-2 on Saturday and Iowa 6-1ton Sun- day. The first step…

… in claiming these two key victo- ries was defeating Minnesota, a team Michigan had not beaten since 1999. The Wolverines got off to a good start, taking all three doubles matches. "One of the keys to…

December 02, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 59) • Page Image 9

… project would require this many bricks. Saturday, for the fourth straight game, the Wolverines were dismal shooting the ball, finishing at 36.5 percent from the field and 12-for-21 from the free-throw line…

… en route to a 56-52 loss at Crisler Arena to Western Michigan (3-1). The performance from the floor for Michigan (0- 4) was actually an improvement over the Paradise Jam tournament, as the Wolverines

June 02, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 4) • Page Image 11

Wolverines lost the Big Ten Championship Playoffs to Illinois in the final on May 20, and bowed to Wichita State in the final game of the NCAA West II regional in Fresno, CA on Monday. In Fresno, the…

Wolverines blew a golden opportunity to make their first College World Series appearance since 1984. They advanced through the winners' bracket by beating Pepperdine, Fresno State, and No. 1 seed Wichita State…

December 02, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 69) • Page Image 9

…'t bother the Michigan basketball layers because they got the game. McLaughlin scored 29 points, hitting 10 of 13 shots in the second half, but the Wolverines turned a strong rebounding advantage into a 71…

…-66 victory over the Chippewas last night at Crisler Arena. The victory leaves Michigan with a 2-0 mark, while Central falls to 1-2. WHILE MCLAUGHLIN was filling the -hoop, the Wolverine front line was pulling…

… half that allowed the Wolverines to rain the early lead. Michigan guard Eric Turner guarded McLaughlin at the start of the contest and the 6-3 Wolverine sophomore did an excellent job. Turner used his…

… of-. fense and Michigan jumped out to an early 10-2 lead after four-and-a-half minutes. The Wolverines never trailed and Central could get no closer than six points the rest of the game. The Wolverines

February 02, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 67) • Page Image 10

…- cessful attempt to stave off an upset bid by the host Nittany Lions. The Wolverines extended their win streak to five games, prevailing 71-65. Michigan's win boosts its conference record to 6-2 (16…

… a powerful message A STATE COLLEGE - he experts called for it. ESPN analyst Tom Brennan predicted it. Twice. The Nittany Lions played like they wanted it. And after a banner week for the Wolverines

February 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 87) • Page Image 10

… Hawkeyes marched right back into the game with a 23-10 run that put them up 25-22. But Rice's base- line jumper started a seven-point Michigan run that put the Wolverines in the lead for good. IOWA SCARED…

… the Wolverines, however, with a nine- point run early in the second half that cut Michigan's lead from 51-39 to 51-48. "When they cut that lead, I started thinking about how they came back on Illinois…

…) dumped Iowa 100-92 Saturday, its second win over a top-five opponent in two weeks. "I'll bet no other team in the country has beaten two of the top five," said Wolverine guard Garde Thompson. Add a six…

… bullies' faces. Sleepy'M' swimmers blow out Illini 7734 By ALLEN GELDERLOOS The biggest challenge for the' men's swim team against Illinios Friday was trying to stay awake. The Wolverines outmatched the…

September 02, 2008 (vol. 116, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

… regular season Friday night with a 4-3 vic- tory over Wisconsin-Green Bay. The Wolverines (2-0-0) relied on late-match heroics from junior for- ward Peri Marosevic, who scored the game-winning goal in the…

…. Sophomore Lexi Zimmerman tallied more than 30 assists in back-to-back games this weekend, helping Micb igan to an undefeated opening weekend. Zimmerman leads Wolverines to fast start Junior Peri Marosevic…

… just getting better every match and taking baby steps to becoming a better team," Zim- merman said. Rosen will look to Zimmerman to help lead this young Wolverine squad as they continue to mesh to…

February 02, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 87) • Page Image 9

…Women's Basketball vs. Indiana Friday, 6:00 p.m. Crisler Arena SPdORTS Monday, February 2, 1987 Wrestling vs. Minnesota Friday, 8:00 p.m. Crisler Arena e Michigan Daily Page 9 Wolverine icers…

… Brad McCaughey fires a shot at Western Michigan's Bill Horn in the second period of the Wolverines' 9-4 win Saturday night at Yost Ice Arena. McCaughey scored his 21st and 22nd goals of the season over…

… Association (11-21 overall, 10-18 in the league), three points behind sixth-place Ohio State. The Buckeyes gained two points on the Wolverines by sweeping Miami. NINE DIFFERENT players contributed to the…

Wolverines' highest goal output of the season. Myles O'Connor and Rob Brown assisted on four and three of the goals respectively. "They seemed to have a lot better balance this time around," Western head coach…

… his seventh consecutive start in goal, held the Broncos in check early when the game was still close. He and the rest of the Wolverines held Western to a dismal two-for-13 on its power IBM Emulation on…

… sharp. The goalkeeping was sharp. For the most part it was a good team effort." John Bjorkman and Joe Lockwood scored late in the second period to build the Wolverine lead to 7-3. Then, goals by Jones and…

… week." Friday night Michigan blew a 5- 3 lead heading into the third period. The Wolverines had outplayed The Burstey Family Presents SWEET SIXTEEN ... COMING OF AGE IN THE EIGHTIES!! Saturday, Feb. 7…

… unanswered goals to pull out a come-from-behind victory. The winning goal came at 15:34 when the Broncos' ever-present Wayne Gagne intercepted an errant pass in the Wolverines' end and fed a wide open Jeff…

… RESULTS CALL 764-0557 I I By LIAM FLAHERTY A tough week didn't get any asier for the Michigan wrestling quad. Top-ranked Penn State verpowered the Wolverines 36-6 aturday at Crisler Arena. The Wolver'ines

… leserving of their lofty ranking, howing talent from top to bottom. The Wolverines could only manage victories in two of ten matches. Michigan's 134-pound stalwart ohn Fisher won his match 6-3, Defeating Tim…

April 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 105) • Page Image 11

… momentum going when the Wolverines travel to Miami tomorrow to face Miami. Thursday April 2, 1998 11A Take our Berenson leads 'M' into fourth straight final four By Pranay Reddy Daily Sports Writer…

… BOSTON - Few thought that this was even going to happen.4 It's April, and the 1997-98 version of the Michigan hockey team is still playing. This was the year the Wolverines were finally going to take their…

April 02, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 106) • Page Image 5

… 2, 1992 Page 5 Softball opens at home with,'Cats by Meg Beison Daily Sports Writer The Wolverine softball players will be in for something new Friday. Not only will they finally play at home, they…

… will christen Varsity Diamond's new renovations. The home opener will commence the Big Ten season Friday, when Michigan hosts conference foe Northwestern. The Wolverines will face the Wildcats in…

…. "But we're beginning to play as a team." The Wolverines finished third in the conference last year, posting a 15-9 record. Hutchins believes her team has the talent to finish strong again this year, but…

… expected to help carry the pitching load is rookie Kelly Kovach who has spun three shutouts enroute to a 5-4 record. Offensively, junior left fielder Patti Benedict leads the Wolverines with a .333 average…

Wolverines held on to defeat Toledo, 5-4, in a seven-inning game yesterday at Ray Fisher Stadium, extending their current winning streak to five. The Wolverines (3-1 Big Ten, 8- 13 overall) had a comfortable…

… run. The ball caromed off the wall for a double, scoring a run to make the score 5-3. The Wolverines proceeded to get the second out of the inning on a fielder's choice but could not put the Rockets…

… have. We've played a pretty tough schedule com- pared to some of the Big Ten teams. I think we'll continue to improve." Despite the absence of some starters from the Wolverines' lineup, and the use of…

… Michigan lead to 4-2. "I felt real comfortable today," Niemiec said. "I was seeing the ball real well." Next on the schedule for the Wolverines is a pair of Big Ten dou- bleheaders against Northwestern this…

… weekend. As for the Wolverines, their outlook may be as bright as its been all year. "We're a lot more confident now," Niemiec said. "The team's coming together. There's a lot more team unity." PAUL TAYLOR…

… and St. Lawrence, by identical 4-2 scores last weekend in Providence. The defending national champion Wildcats took their best shot at knocking off the top-seeded Wolverines by taking a 6-3 lead be…

June 02, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 140) • Page Image 13

… Stadium after a victory yesterday afternoon. After all, the Wolverines were hosting the NCAA regional. They had already beaten Kentucky a day earlier, so another win over the Wildcats was in their grasp…

… hard. In the end we did everything we could, and it just wasn't quite enough." The night before, the 16th-ranked Wolverines (46-14) lost a heartbreak- ing game against No. 23 Arizona, 4- 3, and were…

September 02, 2003 (vol. 114, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

… ThedWolverines McHGAN___ opened their sea- son by dropping both of their games in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Yester- day, Michigan squared off against defending national champion Wake Forest, falling 4…

…-2 in a hard-fought battle. On Sunday, North Carolina put on an offensive show, shutting out the Wolverines while also scoring four goals of their own. The opening loss hurt for more rea- sons than one…

February 02, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 67) • Page Image 10

Wolverines (15-4-1 CCHA, 20-5-1 overall) face the pressure of ending their first streak of two games without a win since they lost three straight late in the 1993-94 season. They will try to break that streak…

… tonight when OhioState(3-13-4,5-13-4)comes toYost Ice Arenaforaweekendtwinbill. But don't be quick to jump the gun and think that Michigan is in a state of crisis. Wolverine coach Red Berenson prefers to…

… without their star center, the Wolverines still have some important areas of their game to improve on if they are to be successful this weekend. For starters, Michigan will need to improve on its pathetic…

… power play of last weekend, which clicked on only one of 12 opportunities. Previously, the Wolverines were a combined 18 for 29 with a man up. The Michigan penalty killing unit also allowed its opponents…

… to score 40 percent (4 for 10) of the time last week- end. That broke the Wolverines' 49 consecutive penalty kills streak that ran from the beginning of December through the third period of last Friday…

… The Michigan men's basketball team is in critical condi tion, but it may have found a cure for its losing spell. Ohio State. The Wolverines have dropped three straight Big Ten contests, including an 80…

…-59 debacle to Purdue Tuesday night. But the schedule says Michigan plays the Buckeyes tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in Columbus, and common sense says the Wolverines should win. By almost any measure, Ohio State…

…, 9-8 overall and nowhere near anyone's top 25 The No. 22 Wolverines (4-4 Big Ten, 14-7 overall) wilL drop out of the rankings themselves if they lose to the Buckeyes. Then again, Michigan may drop out…

… even with a win. The Wolverines looked downright awful against the Boilermakers, culminating an eight-day, three-game trip from first place to .500 in the conference. "(Purdue) handled us, but the thing…

… top seed in the Southeast, and an All- American in guard Jimmy Jackson. Michigan started five mouthy freshmen who until then had mostly just boasted. That was about to change. The Wolverines, seeded…

September 02, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 129) • Page Image 48

… Daily Sports Editor MARCH 27, 2014, BOWL- ING GREEN, Ohio - It's safe to say the Michigan women's bas- ketball team will want to beat Bowling Green next year. Badly. The Wolverines kicked off their season…

… after the Wol- verines (8-8 Big Ten, 20-14) fell 63-53 in the third round of the WNIT. In one of the loudest venues Michigan has played in this sea- son, Bowling Green pushed the Wolverines from both…

September 02, 2003 (vol. 114, iss. 1) • Page Image 17

… games of the season, the Wolverines dominated No. 2 Loyola- Marymount 2-0 and Xavier 1-0. "Anytime you start the season, it's kind of like planning for a wedding: You put all these plans in place, and you…

… big guy who'd send the ball out to the back post, and he'd try to send it back in and it was working for them. He (almost) got lucky on a couple." By the second half, the Wolverines had re-grouped and…

March 02, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 83) • Page Image 9

…- cally about the Wolverines. To start, Smith spoke about the popularity of field hockey in Eu- rope and showed a tape of the World Cup, where the United States team came in third in its pool. She also…

… member is about 32. The Wolverines faced tough competition at their own level, though. Of the six conference teams, five were ranked in the top 20 dur- Many other opponents in our conference have lost…

April 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 105) • Page Image 12

… breaking records -the key is just to go in, be relaxed and have fun."h If Michigan claims the regional ,title, the Wolverines are guaranteed a spot in the NCAA Championships. If the Wolverines do not win…

…-around Big Ten crown, is the favdritc to defend his all-around title in Amlherst. Thie Wolverines will look to freshman Justin Tonmn to'lead the way on parallel bars. Toman took top honors in the event at the…

Wolverine scorer in both tournaments of this young spring sea- son, will look to lead a Michigan five-some that also includes Mike Reabe, Mike Affeldt and Keith Hinton. Freshman Kevin Harris - Mike's younger…

…'ve got to produce these next few tournaments if we are to have a shot at qualifying for regionals." The good local weather this week has finally allowed for some much-needed prac- tice for a Wolverine

… gof team begins play tomorrow at the Kentucky Invitational. The 20-team field should give the Wolverines, who are considered 01 the bubble for an NCAA Regiona selection, a chance to prove themselves…

… looking for that very thing this weekend at the Indiana Invitational. The Wolverines will trav el to Bloomington to play 36 holes of golf on Saturday and 18 on Sunday. The Wolverines are hopingtto bounce…

… in the past week has helped the Wolverines tremendously- "We haven't been that viuch on top of our game,' ?Michigan coach' Kathy Teichert said. "For preious tourna- ments, we haven't had the…

… Hess, Amy Talbot and Jennifer Baumann. Aside from the weather, the Wolverines have been doing individual work to improve their games. Talbot has been working on weakening her grip a bit, improving her…

February 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 67) • Page Image 9

… disappointment - even after a blowout road victory on Friday night. The Wolverines (16-4-1 CC HA, 22-6-1 overall) pulled out a 5-4 overtime victory at home over Notre Dame (8-10-3, 13-13- -Saturday night, after…

… crushing the Irish, 7-2, in South Bend Friday. What turned out to be an exciting finish for Michigan fans on Saturday was nearly a disaster for the Wolverines, who held a 4-1 lead heading into the final…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 16

…GE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Cagers Only Sport To Fail in Quest of Big Ten Cr By BILL MULLENDOIIE 1943-44 was just another year as far as Michigan basketball was con- cerned as Coach…

… was estab- lished as one of the Big Ten favorites in pre-season dope. However, the Wolverines got off to a bad start and by the time they straightened out, any chance for a championship was lost. The…

…, 46-44. With a perfect record of three wins in as many outings, the Wolverines went confidently into a two-game series with a powerful Western Michigan quintet and were humbled in both tilts, 48-38 and…

… played his first game as regular center in this tilt and brought much acclaim .for his aggressive backboard tactics. The following night the Wolverines played host to Illinois, Conference champs of the…

… worked for a lost cause. The next week-end, the Wolverines entrained for Purdue and another two-game duel. The first contest went into overtime before the Boiler- makers eked out a 46-44 triumph. Strack…

… 27 points .as the Buckeyes won the first 53-49, and was effectively stopped in the second which Ohio State took 51-37. Wolverines Win Two from Indiana Against Indiana the following week-end, the Maize…

… the second. The hapless Chicago Maroons were the Michigan victims in the next game as the Wolverines poured on a 71-34 drubbing. Oosterbaan's charges closed the season with a surprise 50-45 upset of…

… tally the first points fory Purdue. Chip Warrick then registered three more points to the Wolverine total as he decisioned Bob Armstrong. However, the Boilermakers had a lot at stake in this meet and they…

March 02, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 83) • Page Image 13

…-3, in Ewigleben Ice Arena, Ohio State finished a sweep of Lake Superior. At night's end, the Wolverines had 45 points and second-place LSSU had 40 and could finish no better than 44, giving Michigan its…

…. The Wolverines no doubt knew that after winning Saturday's game, all they would need to win the conference would be a victory Tuesday over Bowling Green regardless of the OSU-LSSU outcome. Despite the…

…. Berenson had nothing new to say to his team after Friday's loss - he walked back to the hotel. There are no words left for the hockey team to hear or say, only games for all of them to play. urr Wolverine

… did Friday." The Wolverines missed an opportunity to ice the conference lead against Bowling Green after sweeping LSSU at the end of January. Last Tuesday, the Michigan hockey team returned to BGSU Ice…

… stick save. "It'd be a bonus for our team," he said. "It'll be a good regional tournament, but we're not looking that far ahead." It certainly would be fortunate. The Wolverines con- tinued their…

February 02, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 72) • Page Image 10

… that the athletic department would have no choice but to declare him and his 16.6 points per game temporarily ineligible, a decision that killed the Wolverines (3-4, 12-6). It is still unclear whether…

… of the game. It changes the roles and it's difficult to adjust." "It wasn't a 20-point game," Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said, giving credit to the Wolverines for picking up and moving on. "It's a…

March 02, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 117) • Page Image 9

… competition as a freshman as a result of his injury, Manus has the option of remaining with the Wolverines one more year. "I COULD choose to defer my accep- tance to medical school," said Manus. "But my poor…

… - he looks like Mr. Magoo," grinned Manus. Of course, Manus takes gymnastics very seriously, but his humor is not reserved for only Loken. Early this season, for a crowd at the Wolverine Invitational, he…

… outstanding swimmer of the meet and co-swimmer of the month. for the Big Ten. .Also swimming well for the Wolverines were Melinda Copp, who set a: Big Ten record in the 200-yard backstroke, and Kay Lundy, who…

… of the 200-yard freestyle relay. The Wolverines will also send their 400-yard medley relay team of Stuntz- ner, Marubashi, Copp, and Nancy Rut- sch and their 800-yard freestyle relay team of Stuntzner…

… knows a little better how it stacks up against some of the national powers. The Wolverines were 5-5 on the trip, winning the first five games and drop- ping their last. Before leaving on the trip, coach…

… third-year coach. The Wolverines began with 2-0 and 5-4 victories over Dominquez Hills on Friday of last week. Jan Boyd threw the shutout in the opener and Carol Patrick triggered a five-run seventh in…

… second game. On Sunday the Wolverines split a pair with Chapman, taking the opener 5-3 but losing the second game 5-2. Cal Poly-Pomona blanked the Wolverines by 1-0 and 2-0 counts on Monday, then Cal…

… in one meet and finishing last in another. In coach Sheri Hyatt's words, the Wolverines "blew Central and Nor- thern Michigan away," scoring an outstanding 171.55. "I felt it was our best meet this…

… season, though it was our second highest score," said Hyatt. The Wolverines were not so lucky in the Shanico Invitational, however, losing to the top three teams in the nation. The tumblers, faltering on…

April 02, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 120) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com April 2, 2012 -3B Wolverines finish first, second, fourth at Georgia Tech By DYLAN MCKENZIE While the team felt like the For the Daily winning times could…

… them. Invitational, the small group of "The object of the sport is to Wolverines had a strong show- beat people," McGuire said. "And ing. we certainly did today." After sending the entire team Added…

… meet was for the Wolverine trio, it was a not goingto have a Michigan fla- success, but the three have their vor to it. sights on improving and get- The 1,500-meter race clearly ting ready for bigger…

… ALEJANDRO ZUNIGA For the Daily The Michigan women's row- ing team adopted a more rigorous training program over the win- ter, and it paid off on Saturday as the third-ranked Wolverines won nine events at…

… Griggs Reservoir in Columbus. A week after defeating Princ- eton and defending national champion Brown, both of the Wolverines' varsity-eight squads went unbeaten, sweeping No. 12 Michigan State and No. 9…

… a new practice reg- "Her hard work is paying off." imen implemented by the coaches The Wolverines also won the this year. Borrowing tactics first varsity-four against Michi- from other elite programs…

… stressed that the Wolverines are not competing at the level he expects. He noted several techni- cal issues that he hopes his new training program will alleviate quickly. "It was a good day, but all of our…

… only home event of the season on April 14th, as the Wolverines continue their prepa- ration for the Big Ten Champion- ships. "We have a lot of seniors, and this is their last chance to win a Big Ten…

Wolverines tried to forget about Wednes- day's .unfortu- nate game and ught a focus solely on playing well ys really in the Big Ten opener. d up. "I don't think the loss to Eastern really had that much to do…

…-goal lead for the fourth time in the game. The Wolverines would not score after that, though, as Indi- ana scored twice in the final three min- Fournier added yet another tally to her record- breaking sea…

February 02, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 85) • Page Image 9

…'s trounc- ing by Purdue, the fourth-ranked Wolverines are certainly looking for- ward to their road trip to Wisconsin tomorrow afternoon. Wisconsin (11-9 overall, 2-6 Big * Ten), currently dwelling in the…

… leads the Badgers in assists and steals. His 56.3 percent shooting in Big Ten competition also leads Wisconsin. HIGGINS OUT 3-4 WEEKS: The Wolverines may have lost more than a basketball game against…

…, is a large part of the Wolverine offense and his pres- ence will be missed. Last weekend both Michigan basketball teams swept Michigan State. A win by the first place Purdue women's basketball team…

… tonight in West Lafayette might do the same thing to the Wolverines. After facing Purdue, Michigan will finish off their weekend in Champaign, taking on Illinois Sunday. Purdue (6-1 in the Big Ten, 14…

… down there," Michigan co-captain Tanya Powell said. The series is fairly even between the two schools, with Purdue having the advantage 13-9. The Wolverines' (3-4 in the Big- Ten, 11-6 overall) spirit…

… has been rejuvenated since defeating Michigan State last weekend in overtime. The Wolverines feel that they can beat * anybody, regardless of their national ranking. "It's just really a matter of how…

…, however, is what the Wolverines will have to use to beat a Boilermakers team that averages 76.3 points a game. Forward Ma- Chelle Joseph leads Purdue and the Big Ten in scoring with 23.7 points a contest…

… our other players on track." JOSE JUAREZ/Daily Michigan forward Tanya Powell works the ball around a Michigan State defender last Friday night. The co-captain will lead the Wolverines as the team…

…'ve always had to beat them." As the Michigan State Spartans bring their squad to Ann Arbor tonight, the Wolverines are coming off their best performance of the year, scoring 265.7 points in last weekend…

… Illini to pull but of their meet with Michigan. Wolverine coach Bob Darden feels his team has an advantage because they had a meet last week. "(UIC) provided intense competition as another means of…

February 02, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

…F In I D AT, TT By - /", 7 1 9 4 5 THE MICIGAN DAILY rAGE THREE Basketb all, Wrestling Squads ill See Action Here T" onight Wolverine Cagers Face Strong Wisconsin Five Michigan Seeks .500 Mark…

… in Conference; 1ligh-Scorer Patterson Is Badger Threat Wolverine atlen Start Tough Two Week ScheduIe with Ohio State Meet Bollas, 320~Po' i d Bick Will W r-(-3tle his teammates have dubbed "the Cre…

… homg game in two weeks, the Wolverines can pull their Big Ten record up to the .500 mark before entering the home stretch of the 1944-45 cage campaign. Only four o MAHO more contests remain for the…

…. Forward John Mullaney shifts to center, and Keith Harder goes in at forward when the revised lineup is in action. Otherwise, the Wolverine quintet will have Bob Geahan, holder of sec- ond place in the…

… Conference this year. Large Crowd at Iowa Following the Wisconsin fracas, the Wolverines will journey to Iowa City where a crowd of 12,000 is in pros- pect for the Iowa-Michigan game. The Wolverines lost to…

… away, the The Wolverine squad will be much' Wolverine mat squad is preparing for the same as in past contests. It will one of the hardest schedules any have Art Sachsel at 121 pounds, Bob Michigan…

April 02, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 107) • Page Image 14

… right now, and with some reason - the Wolverines just won three of four games against Iowa this weekend to open up the Big Ten season. Thanks to some solid pitch- ing performances from Bobby Korecky and…

… of four from the Hawkeyes doesn't erase the awful start that the Wolverines had to this season. For those who don't remember, here's a little refresher - Michigan lost 12 of its first 15 games and…

February 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 67) • Page Image 14

… Michigan's doubts. But the Wolverines, as they did all fall season with their opponents, dominated the Cavaliers. The meet started with three doubles matches. After the first two matches split, it was up to…

… said. After falling behind in the tiebreaker, the two Wolverines rattled off seven straight points to win 9-8. This earned the team a vital point and meant that Virgina would have to win four singles…

March 02, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 86) • Page Image 8

… the squad blew a late-inning lead and fell to the Gators, 10-9. Lat- er that day Florida handed Michigan a much more decisive defeat, 17-6. After losing to the Gators, 6-4, Feb. 21, the Wolverines

… earned run in the final 32 innings. Unearned runs were the story in the 5-4 loss to Missouri. All of the Tigers' scoring came by way of Wolverine errors. In fact, the club has a total of 19 errors after…

… nine games. "We need to improve defensive- ly," Michigan coach Bill Freehan said. "We need to improve our defense if we want to win the close ones...." The Wolverines finished up the trip with a spot in…

… winning pticher in both victories, pitching 12.7 innings with a 2.84 ERA. The week ended the same way it started, as the Wolverines lost anoth- er one-run battle. This time it was to Missouri, 1-0, in the…

… championship game of the South Alabama tourna- ment. That one run is significant because it was the first earned run a Wolverine pitcher had given up in 26 consecutive innings. Eric Heintschel had some bad luck…

…, streamed across the sidelines to hug the Street family, sit- ting in the front row. While 15,000 Hawkeye fans cheered, the Wolverines silently left the court, their four-game winning streak snapped on…

… the Wolverines and Hawkeyes look to be a part of it. Iowa has only lost twice -since last month's meeting with the Wolver- ines, and rolls into Crisler with a five- game winning streak. Much of the…

…. Last time, Michigan limited Earl to six boards and the Wolverines out- rebounded Iowa, 42-40. However, Fisher has often said that the Wolver- ines should control the glass against anybody - "and that…

… in the two games. After a brief break following their win over LSU, the Wolverines had a slow start in Shreve- port, La., where they matched up with RRLC. 'I think the trip was overall suc- cessful…

…. We had some good practices and worked real hard-' - Bob DiGiovanni Michigan men's lacrosse coach After a scoreless first quarter and a motivational sideline talk, the Wolverines came out on the field…

September 02, 2008 (vol. 116, iss. 1) • Page Image 52

…8E - New Student Edition The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com In a year when the Wolverines always seemed to come through, the abrupt end was hard to watch 4 DENVER - then CCHA tournament…

… champi- aybe we were just a lit- ons. A trip to theFrozen Four. tle too spoiled, watch- None of it was originally expected, but all of it happened. ing Michigan And then the Wolverines found get everything…

May 02, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 1) • Page Image 23

… sweep Wolverine nine right, scoring Miklosi from first and from nine Michigan batters that sealed the five innings he worked. But tt By BOB EMORY giving the Broncos their fifth con- the Wolverines' fate…

… runs it needed in wl epthd egambaeball tam rght os h The Wolverines made a serious bid to the first inning on a.single by Miklosi Aed if hes igan baseball team right off. tie the game in their half of…

… twinbill d (estern Michigan baseball team Schneider, the third Bronco pitcher. Af- first three innings, pitched perfect Benedict replied, "Naw, I did urns the Wolverines off, because ter Jim Paciorek doubled…

… first game mg both games of adouble-header through the seventh inning, bounced out last four innings of mound duty for the The Wolverines next take to th Broncos 2-1 and 4-0 at Fisher to first to end the…

… this past March. The two losses also gave the Wolverines a 6-9 record (15-11 overall) against nin-Big Ten teams and naturally, Benedict wasn't too pleased in the locker room after- wards. "We just got…

… ronhecodicoy unlikely at first, as the Wolverines were, Broncos' victory cruising alog with a 1-0 lead on the strength of Steve Wagner's off-speed pitching and Rick Leach's second home run of the year, a line…

September 02, 2008 (vol. 116, iss. 1) • Page Image 51

…, the Wolverines came within three points, only to let the DAN Boilermakers FELDMAN re-extend their lead. Michigan lacking a killer instinct? What a surprise. But things were supposed to be different…

… under Beilein. He's won at every stop - Erie Community College, Nazareth, LeMoyne, Canisius, Richmond and West Virginia. Well, almost every stop. Not Michigan. The Wolverines (4-10)' are the Big Ten…

May 02, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 116) • Page Image 14

… Ten baseball season started, three teams were picked to finish ahead of Michigan. Now, with the conference season a little more than halfway complete, the Wolverines are still kings of the Big Ten. On…

… Sunday, Michigan dispatched in-state rival Michigan State 11-5 en route to its fourth-straight series win over a Big Ten opponent. The Wolverines won three out of four games in each series . The Wolverines

June 02, 2003 (vol. 114, iss. 139) • Page Image 40

…-changing. With eight con- expecting to win. secutive wins, Michigan State had thoroughly dominated the Wolverines But this year, Michigan not only went into the Michigan State game at in all facets of the game…

… over the past five seasons. 5-0 in the Big Ten, it went in overflowing with confidence. The Wolver- But yesterday afternoon, the Wolverines not only extended their cur- ines weren't just hoping to play…

October 02, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 2) • Page Image 20

… stalled and it had to punt, the Wolverines got another Player No. Yds Avg LTD break. Hayes 6 107 17.8 33 1 A bad snap forced Jason Cheney to field it on a knee, giving the Wolverines Toomer 3 40 13.3 22 1…

… Johnnie Williams but pass Tuman 1 5 5.0 5 0 interference was ruled, giving it back to the Wolverines. Totals 14192 13.7 33 2 "Thatinterferencecallwasabigcall," Walker said. "I'm not going to com- ment on it…

March 02, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 83) • Page Image 11

… surprise an opponent if they are overlooked. Saturday, Michigan won't take either team lightly. Having gotten off a rash of injuries the Wolverines are now able to return to their usual lineup. Michigan will…

… have more firepower to take on its opponents. The Wolverines will move Ernesto Rodriguez back to outside hitter and captain Stan Lee back-to the setter position. Since Lee is in the Medical School, he is…

… team's depth chart, taking a backseat to guards Molly Murray and Mekisha Ross. Through Michigan's non-con- ference slate, Franklin saw only lim- ited action. "She started the season slow," Wolverine

… Hawkeyes' suffocating full-court man-to-man press. Although Michi- gan lost, 53-36, Franklin was the Wolverines' only guard who could manage the pressure. "She played well against Iowa; coming off the bench…

June 02, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 19) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, June 2, 1981-Page 15" Award-winning tracksters close out regular season ,. , F Bruce, Harvey lauded as men win By JOE CHAPELLE The Wolverine tracksters continued their…

…'s skipper, Jack Barvey, was named CCC Coach of the Year. JOHN NEILSON started the contest off on the right foot for the Wolverines Friday by taking first in the shotput with his heave of 59'5". Philip Wells…

…, P.another Michigan' shot-putter, took third in the event with his toss of 55' 51/". Saturday, James Ross kept the momentum going for the Wolverines by placing first in the long jump with a leap of 24…

… meters, Bruce claimed another first place for the Wolverines with a time of 21.13. Michigan locked up the top four places in the 5,000-meter run. Gerard Donakowski led the pack of Wolverines as he crossed…

… ago, Eriksson finished first in the discus at the Big Ten Championships also held at East Lansing. There was one dark spot for the Wolverines, however. Although the 400- meter relay team of Ross, Derek…

…. The Wolverines will go on to round out their season at the NCAA cham- By JOHN FITZPA TRICK Penny Neer became the first All- American in Michigan women's track history at the AIAW track champion- ships…

…, tiring seasons. This meet marked the end of the out- door season for Michigan, the most successful season the women tracksters have enjoyed since the team's inception four years ago. The Wolverines placed…

Wolverines qualified to compete at the meet. Ross will compete in the long jump while high jumper Dave Lugin will try for the NCAA crown in his specialty. Shelby Johnson isqualified in the intermediate hurdles…

February 02, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 85) • Page Image 8

…8A - Wednesday, February 2, 2011 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com I Ex-Wolverine Summers called up to Coyotes By MARK BURNS game since, he's been a consis- DailySports Editor tent performer…

…- the former Wolverines' pressures of playing against sea- number to round out the Coy- soned veterans who have locked otes' roster against the Kings. in their spots in rosters across "Coach Tippett said…

… similar path - and it's one that 50-plus other Wolverines have taken as well. "It's not a secret, a lot of the players that come to Michigan want to play pro hockey," Michi- gan coach Red Berenson said last…

… Entry Draft, Summers brought a skill-set to Ann Arbor similar to that of Los Angeles defense- man and former Wolverine, Jack Johnson. Summers, a strong, offensive-minded defenseman, excelled prior to his…

… Michigan days with the U.S. National Team Development Program and continued to improve with the Wolverines - he totaled 16 goals and 44 assists in 163 games under Berenson. But even with so many Wol- verines…

February 02, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 85) • Page Image 11

… Purdue guard Chris Kramer's bloody nose and, um, "escort" Har- ris to the locker room. I thought that might not be all that bad. The Wolverines' leading scorer hadn't had a stellar game in awhile. And in…

… resurrect itself. Even without Harris, maybe the Wolverines would play solid team defense like they did to upset Duke last December. Clearly, none of that happened, and Michigan's then-two-point lead turned…

… C.J. Lee filled Novak's spot in the starting lineup, and he wasn't the only Wolverine to see increased playing time. Every player except redshirt freshman forward Eric Puls played significant minutes…

…." ingoseven of the 10 starting spots, the encouraging opening week- end is a confidence boost for the young Wolverines. They will have to continue growing up pro- cess as Michigan will be on the road next…

… weekend. The 15th-ranked Wolverines competed against several teams, including Indiana and Notre Dame, and won five total events. Two Michigan runners set NCAA provisional marks Friday night. Senior Justin…

December 02, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 59) • Page Image 15

… tournament after splitting its last two matches last weekend. After dropping their match with No. 15 Wisconsin on Friday, the Wolverines need- ed a win Saturday to stay alive. They used a tried and true…

… Big Ten's best blockers. Lange had just one and a half blocks on the night, and Michigan out-blocked the Wildcats 15-8. Revenge was also on the Wolverines' minds, since the team lost 3-1 to the Wildcats…

February 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 67) • Page Image 15

…. 7 in the national polls, but, in the end, neither the Wolverines nor the Nittany Lions could overcome an inspired performance by the Fighting Illini. Led by the all-around heroics of avis Romagnoli…

Wolverines finished third at 223.050. Romagnoli was exceptional in the all- around competition, winning all but one the events on his way to a cumulative .325. This season's high-score in the all-around was…

February 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 67) • Page Image 16

…. Against Indiana, the Wolverines took first in all but three events. While the team has slowed training in order to prepare for the Big Ten champi- onships, several team members man- aged to earn NCAA…

… consideration times. While he was pleased with the Indiana results, Richardson merely had hoped to survive against No. 24 Notre Dame. On Saturday, the Wolverines did more than that - they put on a strong showing…

… immediately following the meet. "You couldn't print them." What you could print, however, was how close Michigan freshman Chris Thompson came to breaking the record former Wolverine Tom Dolan set as a freshman…

… this point in the season. The Wolverines are gearing up for the Big Ten championships at the end of this month. "We're coming into the fine-tuning part of the season,' Michigan coach Jon Urbanchek said…

October 02, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

… - it never is in Michigan - the women's softball team hopes to get some preseason practice this weekend against midwestern foes. The Wolverines will host three other clubs in an early season evaluator…

… Sunday at the Varsity Diamond. The University of Toledo, University of Detroit and Notre Dame will compete against each other and the Wolverines in games lasting a maximum of one and a half hours. The…

…/Daily Junior outside hitter JoAnna Collins bumps the ball in a recent Wolverine triumph. Michigan heads to Madison to take on the Badgers in the Wisconsin Fieldhouse this weekend. kit d ing- The Alternative to…

… REVUE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 - 8PM - POWER CENTER - ANN ARBOR uaiiy ports vrier For the Michigan field hockey team, a previously unreachable goal may be achieved this weekend. Tomorrow, the Wolverines meet…

… in field hockey. The Wolverines look to enter into the top 20 this season, and coach Patti Smith said she feels the team is ready. "We're off to a 6-1 record - one of the best starts in recent years…

February 02, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 103) • Page Image 8

… in his arsenal that would have been better off left at home. For the first time this year, his Michigan Wolverines opened with a zone defense. The Wolverines also unleashed a three-guard lineup con…

…- sisting of Steve Grote, Dave Baxter and Joe Johnson at the end of yesterday's first half. The Wolverines, who have had to overcome a height dis- advantage all year, went right to a zone in the first minutes…

…, blistered the Wolverine defenses with excellent perimeter bombing. The junior guard, subpar in the last few games, explained' the drastic' changes he's made to crack his slump. "I've tried a lot of things to…

… their counterparts 33-16. Lack of height and rebounding strength has plagued the Wolverines all season, proving fatal against Indiana, Minne- sota, and now Purdue. If Michigan is to have any chance for a…

… LAFAYETTE - Bruce Parkinson broke a season-long scoring slump and sophomore forward Gerald Thomas came off the bench to dominate the boards, as the Purdue Boiler- makers sped past the Michigan Wolverines 75…

… mononucleosis, grab- bed a game high nine rebounds and chipped in 12 points. Hoping to contain their tall- er foes, the Wolverines opened the game in a 1-2-2 zone de- fense. But in the early go- ing, the caroms…

…-63. With the momentum flowing to Mich- With five mnutes gone, the strategy would enable the Boil- igan, Purdue wisely called Wolverines held a 14-11 lead, ers to blow Michigan out of time out. but in the…

… thought we The Wolverines could not igan rebounded, and on the re- played better in the second half match Purdue's 50 per cent first turn Johnson again drove the except for the first five min- half shooting…

…-rebounded M .*.. ... .. ...:............... Michigan 21-10, with Thomas, center John Garrett, and for- i wards W a l t e r Jordan and 1 der IWayne Walls decisively out- m ling their Wolverine coun- terparts. n…

…. ne other split this weekend as Minnesota-Duluth defeated tor d ae three-guard fese. Coach Dan Farrell's dekers last night 3-2. The Wolverines Orr said he made the move to add quickness, since the best…

February 02, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 85) • Page Image 10

…4 2B- February 2, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 2B - February 2, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom snaps losing streak 'Clammy Sosa'mascot p mirrors dominating Wolverine

…, of course - winning the game 70-42 to snap their six-game losing streak. Former players Katie Dierdorf and Krista Clement, both 2008 graduates, were in attendance, and they had no doubt the Wolverines

…/Daily first five minutes of the game while Senior Melinda Queen was Michigans most effective presence in the paint Sunday. Michigan (3-8, 10-12) jumped out to "We put a great deal of emphasis on The Wolverines

… hadn't scored 70 a quick 9-0 lead. getting it in there and being strong points since their second game of The Wolverines found success by with the ball" the season, in a 70-60 win on Nov. deviating from…

… their normal game The Wolverines didn't let up in 15 against Kentucky. After watching plan. Instead of desperately jacking the second half, drawing five Wis- the offense stall out in so many of its up 3…

… inside on two nifty left-handed Wolverines to score in double digits. for the Wolverines yesterday. Hicks hooks. "That's the ticket," Borseth said. hit two 3-pointers that seemed to The first half ended…

… senior forward Travis Turnbull to throw his hands up into the air in celebration. But the play was ruled dead, and Aaron reviewed the play and waved off the apparentgoal. The Wolverines had to settle for…

… decision halted the Michi- gan comeback and effectively ended the game. Saturday's final frame, where Michigan outshot Notre Dame 14-3, marked the best period the Wolverines played all weekend. The…

Wolverines set up three scoring chances in front of the net with crossing passes in the game's final minutes, but couldn't get a shot off any of them. "You're never safe in this build- ing," Notre Dame coach…

… Jeff Jack- son said of Yost. "(The Wolverines are) a momentum team. The crowd gets them going." Michigan coach Red Berenson said last week that he didn'tbelieve in a "switch" that talented teams can…

April 02, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 110) • Page Image 16

… trip down to Ann Arbor to cheer on the Wolverines. For many it was an introduction to organized tennis. It was clear they were excited to be there, cheering for every player and asking them for…

… 7-0 victory over intrastate rival Michigan State, the Wolverines where more than happy to oblige their young patrons. The win boosted their record back to .500 - a mark they have been flirt- ing with…

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