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January 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 58) • Page Image 11

…(Ttle ortjcbtgun I)tftlt I S JOHN KF The Michigan hockey team defeated Alaska-Fairbanks, this weekend. The Wolverines sit atop the CCHA stand icers bak Alcaka., 5-1 By Chris Farah Daily Sports…

…'s Folly." After Saturday's game against the Wolverines CCHA, 20-4-1 overall), the Alaska-Fairbanks hocke was probably cursing the sale for another reason. . The combination of a grueling flight from Alaska…

April 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 117) • Page Image 21

… Michigan women's track team's reputation. The title earned the Wolverines instant respect around the conference, lofting expectations to the level of perennial superpowers Illinois and Wisconsin. But in…

… winning the indoor portion, Michigan has a* placed a big red hulls-eye on its back. Both the Fighting Illini and the Badgers will be out for revenge. The Wolverines will get some of their big guns back at…

November 20, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 37) • Page Image 9

… looked like it might be a repeat of the game played two years ago. On Michigan's last trip to Penn State, a late third quarter-early fourth quarter goal-line stand by the Wolverines turned out to the…

… the Wolverines recovered in the end zone for a touchback. This was Michigan's chance to take over. For the second time on the day, Penn State looked like it was primed for a score but forgot something…

April 20, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 121) • Page Image 17

…'s National Club Volleyball Tournament held at the Uni- versity of Texas. The Wolverines bowed out during pool play in the consolation bracket, losing to Maryland, without the help of their starting setter…

… defense like I've never seen us play defense like before against Maryland." The Wolverines were seeded low and began pool play against a strong California team, Sacramento State, Thursday. Griffin…

…-ranked Marija Neubauer aganst Wolverine sophomore co-captain Jaimie Fielding, the Big Ten Player of the Month for March, the Badgers took a decided vic- tory. Neubauer took the match in im- pressive straight set…

… match without dwelling on it." Unfortunately, the Wolverines were notable to come out with enough inten- sitytooverpowerNorthwestem'sgame. The Wolverines hung close during the singles matches, with…

… sweep the doubles competi- tion, bringing the final score to 7-2 and sending the Wolverines home empty handed. The Wolverines conclude this year's campaign at the Big Ten champion- ships at Indiana in two…

… weekends. IE~ 11 EUZABETH LIPPMAN/Daiy Michigan captain Kalei Beamon and the rest of the Wolverines wrap up the season in the beginning of May at the Big Ten Championships. WE MADE IT ! setter, though…

February 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 81) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 20, 1998 - 11 RAJU Continud from Page 9 No doubt. Do you think they're upset that Michigan is in first place in the CCHA -, agein - even though the Wolverines

… have 10 freshmen and no more Brendan Morrison, Jason Botterill or John Madden? Absolutely. Well, this weekend is put up or shut up. For the Wolverines, it's another Chance to prove they belong - that…

October 20, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 16) • Page Image 17

… out the hard way in Friday night's loss to Colgate, when the Wolverines failed to capitalize on each of their seven power play opportunities. Being successful on the power play was also a key to…

… Saturday night's game against the Red Raiders - this time to Michigan's advantage. The Wolverines had plenty of chances to get their chemistry right Saturday, and this time they made good, scoring on four of…

March 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 94) • Page Image 11

… women's swimming and diving team established itself as one of the elite programs in the nation. The Wolverines had the chance to take the title but lacked one nec- essary ingredient - diver Carrie Zarse…

…. After three days of dead heat swim- *ning and diving, the Wolverines fell to Stanford, the four-time defending champion, 497.5-478.5 at thle Jamail Texas Swimming Center, Saturday. "That's whatgreat…

… deflected a Bates Battaglia shot past Wolverine goalie Marty Turco into the net. "I saw one of their guys pick up the loose puck and fire it towards the net," Turco said. "I didn't see ex- See ICERS, Page 4…

… Championship. The team will get another shot next The Wolverines lost in overtime, 5-4, but still got the No. I seed in the season when the NCAA Championships will be held in Ann Arbor. NCAA West Regional…

… swimming title in the 100-yard back- troke, Wolverine co-captain Alecia umphrey said, "I'm real excited, but last night's (200-yard medley) relay waseven more exciting because it's a team effort." Humphrey…

… the walking wounded hen it arrived here this weekend, and its pain showed. The Wolverines finished in 22nd place and managed to produce only two All-Americans at the NCAA Championships at Carver…

…-Hawkeye Wolverines suffered a heartbreaking 19-point loss. Michigan seemed to be swimming more for the team and less for themselves. "This is the most wonderful team I'veeverworked with in my 23 years," Michigan head…

… coach Jim Richardson said. "They've worked hard and worked together, so they deserve this (suc- cess)." Michigan was rewarded for its hard work. The Wolverines finished a best- ever second place to four…

… attend the NCAAs. the issue wasdismissed as insignifican. Now that the Wolverines finished so close to a national crown, Zarse's decision becomes an even more critical issue. See TANK, Page 6 Michigan…

February 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 81) • Page Image 9

… Tracking 'M' teams : The Michigan wrestling team takes on Indiana tonight at Cliff Keen Arena at 7:30 p.m. The meet will befthe last one at home this season for the Wolverines, who will say goodbye to the…

… get used to playing more power forward in Baston's absence, especially with Indiana up next for Ward and the Wolverines. No. 22 Michigan (8-5 Big Ten, 18-8 overall) will face the Hoosiers (9-4, 18- 7…

January 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 58) • Page Image 16

…6B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSTuesday - January 20, 1998 Women's swimmers wound rival Eagles Wolverines see 64-point victory over Eastern Michigan as an indicator for the future By T.J. Berka…

… moment. Although the Michigan women's swimming team maintains that its dual meets are just a warmup to the Big Ten and NCAA meets, it would have a hard time convincing Eastern Michigan. The Wolverines

… pace with Bendel, taking the top position in both the 50 and 100 free. She swam the anchor of the winning 800-free relay team as well. Another Wolverine to chalk up a vic- tory was O'Neill, whose winning…

… Riker in the 500 A Freshman Amanda Crews also earned victory in the one-meter diving compet tion. The Wolverines have a couple c weeks off after this meet. Michiga doesn't swim until dual meets wit…

… Indiana and Notre Dame the weekend c Jan. 30. The time off will be welcome for th Wolverines, as the heavy training of th last two months has many swimng worn out. "We have some people who are reall tired…

…-meet schedule in an Impressive fashion by beating Eastern Michigan, 149-85. RELIVE MICHIGAN'S ROSE BOWL WIN AND NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Savor the Wolverines' first national champi- onship since 1948 for years to…

…. Thanks to a combination of steady vet- erans and explosive youth, he may have found some. The Wolverines captured victories in six events to earn their 82-67 victory. "Our first-place finishes really…

September 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 127) • Page Image 11

… season. However, a ninth place tie in the ReliaStar Collegiate Golf Invitational in Dellwood, Minn. last weekend can't be what coach Jim Carras had in mind enter- ing the new campaign. The Wolverines fired…

…, Barber was the only participant to come in under par. Michigan's Kyle Dobbs (total score of 231), Mike Emanuel (232) and Brent Idalski (237), placed 47th, 48th and 57th, respectively. With the Wolverine

…. Mortimer finished second (24:16) on the Wolverine squad and fourth overall in the meet. "It was real comforting to know those people were there," Mortimer said. "But it made me a little more nervous because…

… in its trip to Philadelphia. The victories over Temple and Westchester extended the Wolverines' winning streak to three, with all three being shutouts. Michigan has now matched its longest winning…

… competition when it faces off against Purdue this weekend at Cliff Keen Arena. The Wolverines are coming offa tournament victory last weekend in the UMass Invitational and a victory over Eastern Michigan. As…

…, will look to pace the Wolverines' scoring attack. - Chris Murphy Women's soccer minrors Texas The Wolverines might feel like they're playing against themselves when they battle Texas Friday. Like…

…. After hosting Texas, the Wolverines travel to Minnesota for a Sunday afternoon match-up. - Dan Stillman Men's soccer to play Blue 'B' team The Michigan men's soccer team heads into the Big Ten…

November 20, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 37) • Page Image 10

… both O'Donnell and Brownlee played key roles in helping the Wolverines (9- 9 Big Ten, , 15-13 overall)pull offone of the biggest vic- tories in team his- tory.O'Donnell and Brownlee both raised their…

… games a notch as Michigan: upset No. 8 Penn State, 15-12,10-15, 13-15, 15-5, 15-13. Brownlee The match was closely contested throughout as the Wolverines used the emotion of Senior Recognition Night, in…

October 20, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 16) • Page Image 13

… ast weekend. The Wolverines (7-0-2 ig Ten, 11-4-2 overall) won all five ames they played. No. 2 Michigan defeated Michigan tate,12-6, Dayton, 10-6, Texas A&M, 6, Northwestern, 14-7 and Eastern ichigan…

…, 16-4, to capture the 1995 olverine Invitational title. The Spartans were the first squad to ry and knock offthe Wolverines. Michi- an. State put up a good fight with a ack and forth, high-tempo game in…

September 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 127) • Page Image 10

… kicking Detroit's Dom Vella in the face, causing severe jaw damage and sending the player to the bench for at least nine weeks. The Wolverines were unable to ful- fill this fan's death wish, but were suc…

… have really strong players in the air who can jump out of their shoes. For now, we are just trying to get the ball to their heads." The Wolverines beganto look fatigued, theirpassingandrunsnot as crisp…

… feature former Michigan players Juwan Howard and Chris Webber. The Pistons have former Wolverine Terry Mills as well as former Duke standout Grant Hill. Detroit last played an exhibition in Ann Arbor three…

… Warriors coach See CRISLER, Page 12 Fonner Wolverine Juwan Howard returns to Crisier Arena next month for an exhibition game against the Detroit Pistons. Thegame will alsofeature Chris Webber and Terry…

… Mills. Blue volleyball sends the Eagles to their nest Wolverines soar into Big Ten play after straight set victory over Eastern Michigan By Chris Murphy Daily Sports Writer YPSILANTI - As the Michigan…

… volleyball team stared across the net at its opponents last night, it saw some- thing vaguely familiar. The Wolverines pounded Eastern Michigan, 15-9, 15-11, 15-5, last night at Bowen Field House. However, the…

… who have played a lot of Big Ten competition." While not necessarily concerned with payback, this year's Wolverines (6-4) were looking for a decisive vic- tory before their Big Ten season be- gins…

…," freshman outside-hit- ter Jane Stevens said. The Wolverines were paced by their captains. Middle-blocker Suzy O'Donnell had 10 kills and one dig while outside-hitter Shannon Brownlee had 10 kills and three…

March 20, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 95) • Page Image 10

… can bet Kevin Hilton has no aspirations to follow in his footsteps.h Mike Knuble left Michigan with a heart- JOHN ache. His Wolverines - and make no Out of mistake, they Bounds were his - lost to Maine…

… Sakala don't want their college careers to end that way. None of them want to be like Mike. And the Wolverines certainly don't want to see their season end in the same fashion as last year's. But only one…

March 20, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 94) • Page Image 14

… draining second-place finish in the Big Ten championships. This weekend, however, none of that will matter. The Wolverines will face their first challenge of the out- door season tomorrow in Winston- Salem…

…, N.C., at the Wake Forest Invitational. Michigan coach James Henry said the Wolverines have adjusted their training during the brief respite between seasons to deal with the added strain of starting…

February 20, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 79) • Page Image 8

… Tankers vie for 11th Big 10 title load arriors? Wolverines' road test starts in Iowa City 0 By Josh Kieinbaum Daily Sports Writer Ten years. ago, the Michigan women's swimming team won its first- ever…

… Big Ten title, beginning their climb to become one of the nation's . elite teams. And they haven't lost since. - Today, the third-ranked Wolverines (5-1 Big Ten, 8-4 overall) will begin their three…

February 20, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 79) • Page Image 9

… team captain Kirk Beermann said. "They should be ready. It only really takes one year at the college level to be able to step in as a sophomore." The Wolverines will be counting on their young pitching…

…'s focused and has one goal anid that's winning. I don't think I'll have to do too much, maybe just calm down a few of the newer guys."' Alabama has an advantage over the Wolverines, in terms of warm…

November 20, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 39) • Page Image 16

… quarterback Jarious Jackson leading the charge, the Irish rolled past the Wolverines to the tune of 475 total yards. Jackson threw for two touchdowns, and Autry Denson ran for 162 yards. Game 8: Michigan 15…

…, Minnesota 10 The Wolverines overcame turnovers and a minus-23- yard rushing performance to eke out a victory i the Metrodome. The defense recorded its third safety of the season, tying a team record. 0 Game…

May 20, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

…'s water polo team at the national tourna- ment in Vienna, Va. Michigan(22-10)earneditslonevictoryofthe tournament against Bucknell with a 6-5 win, whilelosing its fourothergames.TheWolverines finished…

… seventh in the nation, a step up from last year's eighth-place finish at nationals. The Wolverines lost their first four games at the tournament, and defeated Bucknell in the seventh-place game. Michigan…

… needed to play one game a day and not a double- header." Michigan did not come as close the secondday,endingitsseasonwithan8- 0 loss. Patti Benedict was the only Wolverine to record a hit off Wildcat…

… turn it up with them." WINKLER Continued from page 11 meet with his NCAA Championship performanceonthe floorexerciseApril 25 in Lincoln, Neb. Winkler became the first national champion for the Wolverines

September 20, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 145) • Page Image 19

… Williams Daily Sports Writer Goaltender Carissa Stewart was a key factor in a 1-0-1 weekend for the Michigan soccer team. Stewart allowed just one goal in two games, helping the Wolverines salvage a 0…

… State College in 1997. The Wolverines have a 2-4-3 all-time record against the Nittanv Lions. Freshman Abby Crumpton - Michigan's leader in goals with four - and senior Emily Schmitt contin- ue to provide…

…. Michigan outshot Ohio State 18- 12 In the contest. It was the sixth conScCutive game the Wolverines had outshot their opponent. FILE PHOTO After just two years as a Wolverine, former Michigan defenseman…

… parentheses) I U SAROLINA Continued from Page 18 'With nowhere else to go, the Wolverines decided to rally and come- back in the third game. Michigan clarged back after the intermission taking a commanding 10…

Wolverines earlier in the match reemerged as Michigan found itself dawn, 14-9 in the fourth game. Maxwell took control, hitting a key kill to:end South Carolina's last chance at game point of the match…

… seven and six blocks apiece, respectively. The Wolverines didn't allow them- selves to comeback again winning "the best game they've played all year," Rosen said. Setter Shannon Melka orchestrated the…

… offense that never let South Carolina in front, providing ellent passing. The fluid teamwork Kwed Michigan to side out at an out- standing 82 percent. The Wolverines closed out the deciding fifth game, 15…

October 20, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 16) • Page Image 16

… weekend at Cliff Keen Arena, the Michigan volleyball team played the role of both underdog and favorite. On Friday, the Wolverines (6-2 Big Ten, 13-6 overall) were bullied by top- ranked Penn State, 15…

… Giovanazzi said. "Midterms are this week, so that takes a toll on the team." The University test schedule can't be blamed for the whipping the Wolverines received from the Nittany Lions (7-0, 18-0). Penn State…

September 20, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 133) • Page Image 11

Wolverines would breathe easier with their heads buried into their pillows. The Wolverines only allowed Colorado - then the fifth-ranked team in the nation and a national title contender - to just 70 yards…

… come gushing in. The result has been two lopsided victories for Belkin's team. Coming into this weekend's matchups against California and Kentucky, the Wolverines are riding a program-high- three…

March 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 94) • Page Image 13

… the inning. Third baseman Kelly Dransfeldt hit his third homer of the year and stole two bases for the Wolverines. Matt Ferullo (1-3) scattered six hits over seven innings, but took the 0 loss for…

… Goble went 2 for 4 from the plate with a double and an RBI. Brian Simmons also was 2 for 4. Chad Chapman and Matt Fluery each added an RBI for the Wolverines. David Yocum (5-1) picked up the win for…

…. Temple and John Arvai pitched the last six innings for Michigan. Arvai didn't allow an earned run and re- corded the Wolverine's only strike out. Florida State finished with 12 hits. All nine Seminole…

… 4, with Goble adding an RBI. Mike Muir was 2 for 2 at the plate, drew two walks and knocked in Michigan's other run. Jonathan Johnson (6-2) picked up the win, holding the Wolverines to seven hits in…

… as many innings. Michigan faces Eastern Michigan at 3p.m., Wednesday, in its firsthome action of the year. The Eagles will be the last game for the Wolverines be- fore they begin the Big Ten season…

… considering a life without hockey, Mongeau made it back to the Rivermen this season. He's doing quite well, too, and leads Peoria in scoring, just ahead of David Roberts, another former Wolverine. But Mongeau…

… softball, the Michi- gan women's team would be the newly crowned champion. The No.8 Wolverines (17-3) went 8-0 in the 24 team round robin Lady Seminole Invitational this weekend to take home the championship…

… and *extend their winning streak on the season to ten. And the Wolverines didn't just win'by the skin of their teeth. They dominated. While the offense was a big boost, scoring 25 runs on the weekend…

…, it was the pitching that deserved the. most applause. The Wolverines hurlers gave up *just one run. Not one run in each game, but one . - v w run in the entire tournament. The ef- fort lowered the…

…, the Wolverines ad- vanced to the final on Sunday after- noon against the home team No. 9 Seminoles (31-7). In Sunday's final, Michigan got on the board early scoring two runs in the third inning before…

September 20, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 145) • Page Image 17

… Ten Championships later this fall. This weekend the Wolverines dominated the field in the Spiked Shoe Invitational and familiarized themselves with its twists and turns, breezing to first place with a…

Wolverines went to State College with a "checklist of things to do". One of the items on the list was to familiarize themselves with Penn State's course where the Big Ten Championships will be staged in…

November 20, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 37) • Page Image 15

… clear that the No. 17 Wolverines won't suffen through another 17-14 season. Thbre's simply way too much talent out ther6.And the five sophomores that sened teso young last year appear to be growing up in…

… player,,Iimmy DeGraffenried, netted 'ny half of the 30 points he got against FtesnoState and, for the game, Weber 'State-shot just .357 from the field and .231 from 3-point land. The Wolverines also forced…

… victory over Weber State gave Wolverine coach Steve Fisher an opportunity to clear the bench. Ryan DeKuiper, Neal Morton, Ron Oliver and Erik Szyndlar all played the final minute of the contest. De…

… that he was so unself- ish." 3sketbA This was the first action DeKuiper has Notebook seen in his young Michigan career. REVENGE: There is no question that playing Arizona Wednesday gives the Wolverines

… Hills, and Arizona walked off with an impressive 78-57 victory. The Wild- cats blitzed the Wolverines during the 1993-94 campaign, 119-95, in the Fi- esta Bowl Classic. "Last year we wanted to get revenge…

October 20, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 16) • Page Image 14

… or on a field. The Michigan men's swimming team competes at Canham Natatorium and when they hit the water, they hit it hard. Last year, the Wolverines finished with a 9-1 record and won the NCAA…

… swimmers is coach Jon Urbanchek. Last year Urbanchek was named NCAA Coach of the Year, after he led the Wolverines to their 10th consecu- tive Big Ten title and the national championship. The 1995-96 swim…

January 20, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 62) • Page Image 5

… Cheerleading As- sociation (NCA) Collegiate Cheer- leader and Dance Team National Championships, Jan. 3-5 at the Dallas Convention Center. The Wolverines placed ninth out of 20 schools who qualified for the…

…-coaches QIichael Johnson and Pamela St. John have headed up the Wolverines. Johnson, a former Michigan cheer- leader (1982-84), has owned and op- erated The Ad Vanc'd! Cheerleading Company in Novi for the past 10…

…'t be quite as awed next year." The team was on a tight and disci- plined schedule over the holidays. After performing at the New Year's Day Hall of Fame Bowl game in Tampa, Fla., the Wolverine squad went…

…, competing at na- tionals is the culmination of hard work starting in middle school." And the hard work is beginning to King, Howard downed by chicken pox Wolverines, minus the pair, head to noisy Williams…

…- nosed with chicken pox by team phy- sician Dr. Robert Anderson Monday. The duo was excluded from practic- ing with the Wolverines Tuesday af- ter further examination. The juniors are currently being…

Wolverines. King's absence will end a starting streak of 59 consecutive games, dat- ing back to the March 3, 1992 contest against Ohio State. This will be the first game the 6-foot-5 guard has missed in two…

…- ers leaves the Wolverines in a bind, especially when it comes to rebound- ing and experience. Michigan has been on the short end of the rebounding statistics its past and Chad Kolander as well as…

… junior Jayson Walton (6 feet 6, 210 pounds). Even before discovering that two of his players would be absent from the game, Fisher expressed concern over the Wolverines' ability to match up against the…

… Howard, Michigan's chairman of the boards, not present to control the paint, the Wolverines could be in serious trouble, especially with the bulk the Gophers possess. Minnesota possesses big time muscle up…

February 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 81) • Page Image 10

…, but the Hoosiers are a versatile team. Andrae Patterson, who scored a team-high 19 points against the Wolverines on Jan. 6, stands at 6-8 but thrives from the perimeter. Traylor went against him in the…

… aspiration. This weekend, the No. 8 Michigan men's gymnastics team reaches that crossroads when it takes on No. 12 Illinois-Chicago tomorrow in Chicago. The goal for the Wolverines: become the first Michigan…

March 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 94) • Page Image 17

… mistakes is that you can learn from them. Coming into this weekend, a black cloud seemed to come over the .Michigan women's tennis team whenever it would enter the third set of matches. The Wolverines had…

…. But the Wolverines put an end to that string Saturday. Not only did they upset No. 15 Vanderbilt, 5-4, but they did it, in part, by winning all three of the matches that went the full three sets. For…

November 20, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 39) • Page Image 10

… the Wolverines a 65-64 lead. Though Andrew did her part at the line to keep the Wolverines ahead, poor free-throw shooting was a key factor in Michigan's demise in the final minutes. The Wolverines

… loss to Finland was a disappointment, Andrew thinks the Wolverines are just experiencing the growing pains associated with a new coach and a new ideology. "We're all freshman again," she said. "We're all…

… to the competition." "I've never been there before so I'm not making any predictions," MacDonald said. "We'll see what happens once we're down there." "It's a tough meet," Wolverine Shawn Sweat said…

April 20, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 118) • Page Image 12

…? Let's hypothesize that the Wolverines' three-match Big Ten winning streak to conclude the season is just due to chance, and let's test it out. But first, some background information. The team got…

… pounded April 11 at the Liberty Sports Complex by Minnesota, 6-1. The Wolverines were in a state of injured disarray, with four players (No. 2 Dan Brakus, No. 4 Terry London, No. 5 John Lingon and No. 6…

February 20, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 79) • Page Image 10

… against Lake Superior will be the last chance to see this year's senior class of Wolverines at Yost Ice Arena. The atmosphere this weekend will be just like it has been at every other game at Yost in recent…

… lead than assistant captain Blake Sloan. Appreciate Sloan who, as much as he's done for the Wolverines on the ice, has accomplished even more for tIf community off the ice. Appreciate Chris Frescoln…

January 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 60) • Page Image 10

…. TheWolverines(l1-2-OCCHA,16- 4-0 overall) and the Falcons (12-3-1, 15-6-1) probably have enough ammu- nition in their lineups to blow holes in the fragile walls of Yost Ice Arena. Michigan (6.1 goals…

… sec- ond-place teams. In the conference standings, the Wolverines trail the Falcons by three points, 25-22. Tomorrow, Michigan travels to the Palace of Auburn Hills to face Notre Dame (2-11-1, 6…

… at least one Michigan defender in his jockstrap all evening long. The senior center has torched the CCHA for 18 goals and 15 assists in only 16 conference games. "You can't ever ignore him," Wolverine

… captain Rick Willis said. "You always have to be on him when- ever he's on the ice." Wolverine coach Red Berenson says that he will depend on the entire defense to contain Holzinger. "Our defensive game has…

… to be good, otherwise Holzinger will tear us apart," Berenson said. If there is one team that has indeed stopped him this season, it's Michigan. Holzinger hadjust one assist when the Wolverines stomped…

… State this weekend where it will match up against the Nittany Lions and Michigan State. This meet has some changes in store for the Wolverines, one of which is Penn State'strack. Because ofits shorter…

… important to us as Big Ten contend- ers." Wolverines look to crash boards against tough conference opponents Women's track awaits By EUGENE BOWEN Daily Sports Writer The Michigan women's track team, which…

… rebound this week- end, in both senses of the word, when the Wolverines host Illinois tonight at 7:30 and Ohio State Sunday at 7 p.m. at Crisler Arena. The Wolverines (2-3 Big Ten, 7-8 overall) will have to…

… crash the boards hard to emerge victorious against the Fighting Illini and the Buckeyes. And Michigan must bounce back from last Sunday's devastating 92-44 loss to Penn State. The Wolverines count on…

… apiece. That victory, which brought Michigan's 21-game conference los- ing skid to a halt, inflated a balloon of confidence and optimism for the re- building Wolverines. The balloon swelled to blimp…

October 20, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 16) • Page Image 11

… Michigan men's golf team finally gets to enjoy a well-deserved two weeks away from tournament play. During the hectic start to their fall season, the young Wolverines had the opportunity to grow and learn…

… to compete," Carras said. "Then we would eval- uate everyone and see where we were at." In the first four matches of this fall season, eight different Wolverines saw action. Harris, freshman Andy…

January 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 58) • Page Image 14

… serving a one-game suspension and Bill Muckalt failing to1 put the puck in the net for the second straight game, the Wolverines neededI someone else to provide an offensive1 spark.I As he has all season…

… goaltender to give the Wolverines a commanding three-goalI lead. Two minutes later, Hayes scored a shorthanded goal, giving the Wolverines a 5-1 victory. The short- handed goal was his fourth of the sea- son…

March 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 94) • Page Image 15

Wolverines looked to have two easy victories in the holiday U.S. Cellular Air Time Tournament. Yet Michigan traveled to Seattle and left with one tough win and an embarrassing loss. In the semifinal game…

… the Wolverines headed to Durham, N.C. to take on Duke, they went on a 24-0 run and still lost. The game was a sign of things to come. Throughout the year, Michigan consistently proved that it could not…

… was a bitterly ironic mo- ment, King's best game as a Wolverine was also his last. For an off-guard, his numbers against Western Kentucky are close to unprecedented -17 rebounds, seven of them…

…-95 season was a struggle from day one. Michigan began the season by blowing a 17-point lead against Tulane. The Wolverines held on to win, but the game served as a fitting forecast for the upcoming season…

April 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 117) • Page Image 19

…: SAfter Mic 'a, in took a one-mun lead in the hottom ofC the eighth in Sunday's series finale, Spartans left fielder Tom Hartley halted the Wolverines' chances of splitting the series. Hartley belted a two…

…-out, two-run homer in the top of the ninth yesterday, ending a fierce Michigan comeback and sealing an 11-10 victory for the Spartans, who took three of four games from the Wolverines in the series. After…

…-5, 7.58) deliv- ered the lone Wolverine win of the series. Steinbach's complete game shutout was "definitely an impressive performance," Zahn said. Steinbach gave up seven hits while striking out five…

January 20, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 62) • Page Image 8

…8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 20, 1994 Wolverine tumblers duel Broncos at Keen By JOSH KARP DAILY SPORTS WRITER Save men's gymnastics. This phrase is pasted all over cam- pus, as Coach…

… beneficiaries of this lineup fiddling could possibly be jun- ior Royce Toni, who has yet to com- pete this year due to back problems. Last year, the Wolverines beat the Broncos by a count of 267.65-261.60, and to…

…'s winners - would be of some advan- tage to the Wolverines. "(We're looking forward to) win- ning," he said. "Ohio State would have been the toughest team there. We expect to do well." Head coach Jack Harvey…

… agreed. " We're fairly sure we can beat Michigan State - we did last year - but it will be a tough matchup with Penn State," he said. If the teams are similar to last years squads, the Wolverines and the…

Wolverines hope that their best will be better than the Nittany Lions'. "Penn State is a lot like us," Harvey said. "They've got a lot of decent people all over." Junior Tyrone Wheatley is still un- available…

…, the Wolverines have lost two of their last three contests. These losses will almost definitely drop them in the polls when the new rankings come out Jan. 26. Last Saturday, Michigan lost to No. 7 Penn…

… State, but re- bounded to defeat Lehigh on Sunday. Wednesday night the Wolverines lost to Michigan State. The loss was the first to the Spartans in nine years. The two losses exposed what's going to be…

… Lions down, 20-0, and against the Spartans, the Wolverines were down, 14-0, before they scored their first points. Stout has seen limited action the past two seasons due to both injury and sharing the…

… proven that. The Wolverines also have another problem in that more experienced wrestlers are not winning matches that they are supposed to. Both Mike Ellsworth (142) and Jesse Rawls Jr. (177) have lost…

… all night and be even, but right now that's not the case." Michigan has a lot of potential but the Wolverines are going have to get production from Ellsworth and Rawls, as well as improvement from the…

October 20, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 16) • Page Image 9

…- nament coming up this weekend, the Wolverines may find it tough to stay keyed into today's match. The last time the team lost it's concentration, it was almost upset by Siena Heights, strug- gling to a 1…

…, Michigan will need to spread out its talent. The Wolverines have demon- strated a strong defense that few teams have penetrated with success, but of- fensively the squad has had some 'I depends on which…

January 20, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 62) • Page Image 12

…-never looked back. But as old heroes leave must arrive. Starting Saturday nig takes to the road to battle it est opponents yet -- Michigan State and Notre The Wolverines squeez ries against the Sparta Fighting…

… period and points to a defender, Dame. will the Wolverines turn on the red light ed out victo- against a Michigan State team with the ans and the most stifling defense in the NCAA? rantic Yost Ice And even…

… wouldn't you know it, both games are on the road. And as luck would have it, most Big Ten teams going on road trips this season have wound up as road- kill. But not a single Wolverine is getting out a…

…, on Dec. 9 when the Wolverines sank lowly, then-winless Eastern Michigan in Ypsilanti. That win came between two avert-your-eyes road loss- es, to Western Michigan in Grand Rapids and, in the worst…

… Jim O'Brien, whose Buckeyes learned first-hand just how much the Wolverines have improved this sea- son. "When you break their team down and you have as good a guard combination as they have - as there…

… was, forced to postpone its Jan. 3 matchup with Michigan State due to poor weather. But conditions have taken a deci- sive turn for the worse for the Michigan women's basketball team. The Wolverines

… , when the Wolverines host Michigan State at 7 p.m. "There isn't a better team in America for us to take out all of our frustrations than the team that is coming in here today and that's Michigan State…

… school history when they were set to host Michigan State earlier this month. The forecast, however, has grown gloomy for the Wolverines ever since. Stumbling to a 1-3 mark in the conference on the heels of…

… Sunday's home loss to Penn State, Michigan is hoping tonight's make-up game will help the 9-6 Wolverines begin to make up lost ground in the Big Ten. "We're going to win a game in January, we are going to…

January 20, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 62) • Page Image 8

…. The Wolverines still understand that it is some of the little things on the court which will carry them to that elusive victory in the near future. Here are a few of those "little things." ANDREW…

… ACCOLADES: The Wolverines seem to have accomplished,' to some degree, one of their primary season objectives - involving more players in the offense. Senior Trish Andrew's numbers have not suffered, however…

…'re hoping to get a victory there this year," Wolverine guard Jimmy King said after his club pummeled Notre Dame, 70-55, Saturday at Crisler Arena. On their march to the Big Ten ti- tle, the Wolverines (2…

… time out of their otherwise-mediocre seasons to pound lumps into the Wolverines, 73-64 and 96-78, respectively. The Boilermakers earned their spot on Michigan's hit list by spoil- ing their conference…

… fractured nose, Michigan's Chris Webber is scheduled to take part in the Wolverines' matchup with Minnesota tonight. 0, Michigan at Minnesota Time: 8 p.m., EST. Place: Williams Arena. Probable starting…

Wolverines post- ing personal bests. In the shot put, the Wolverines claimed both first and second place. Senior Julie Victor placed second with a throw of 43 feet 7 and 3/4 inches. However, sophomore Ronda…

… for the Wolverines came in the 4 x 880 relay where first-year runners Molly Lori, Amy Parker, Jackie Concaugh and Jenny Barber put on a gutsy performance. All four had run in the mile, the race before…

…." The 3000 meter run was another high point for the Wolverines. Senior Molly McClimon, junior Chris Szabo and sophomore Kelly Chard were the first three collegians to cross the finish line. McClimon ran 9…

March 20, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 115) • Page Image 9

… Lenard's, both remain interested in playing for the Wolverines next season. But the underlying issue is the hiring of an assistant coach. Mike Boyd's departure for Cleveland State last October has created…

… to visit highly-touted guard Corey Alexander. Alexander has narrowed his choices to Arizona, Virginia, and Michigan, but the Wolverine coaches face a difficult situation. "They're certainly still in it…

… a scholarship. Or does it? Now we approach the Tony Tolbert issue. Tolbert began the season as the Wolverines' starting three-guard,. and ended it way down on the bench. His best talent, scoring…

… Green today is a sure sign that spring has once again arrived in Ann Arbor. After compiling an 8-5 record on the road, the Wolverines are excited to finally play some home games. "To be able to play in…

…'s strategy against Bowl- ing Green will be no different than his strategy against any other team. The Wolverines hope to give Met- zger fits with big hitters like Tim Flannelly and Mike Matheny. "We have to do…

… friendly as last season, when he led the Wolverines in batting. see that we aren't able to accom- plish the things we do well to start off with." Last year in Bowling Green, Michigan lost the season's only…

… in because we can't practice here [in Ann Arbor]." This weekend the Wolverines ventured back to the Naval Academy to race in the extremely competitive Navy Truxton Regatta. In the fall the team placed…

… to Michigan captain Adam Bovone, the Wolverines do not plan to leave the field as losers this time. ln tonight "We really want to go out and win this tonight," Bovone said. "We lost to them in a close…

… game last year: We have a score to settle with them tonight." Tonight's opponent for the Wolverines will be much tougher than the unimpressive Albion squad that the team defeated one week ago. The…

Wolverines looked sloppy on offense early in the game, but the team clawed and scratched its way to an easy win. Bovone thinks the team played to the level of its com- petition. "We played against a weak team…

April 20, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 118) • Page Image 15

Wolverines (650). The tournament did not begin well for Michigan or the other 16 teams. The first four holes were played in a driving rain which even- tually forced play to be delayed when the greens became…

… flooded. The Wolverines were not playing well at the delay, but came back strong to finish the day.at 323, good for a. fourth-place tie with Purdue. "I think the rain delay helped us all;" Zonder said. "We…

March 20, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 94) • Page Image 13

… hosting Michigan (21-1 1), which visits South Bend's Joyce Center tonight at 7:30 for an NIT quarterfinal contest. The Wolverines' last game was a vic- tory Tuesday night over Oklahoma State, in which…

…. "For to be played the last couple years, Square Garde we've been sitting and watching other people play on TV, and now we have an oppor- tunity to do this." MacLeod said Bullock, the Wolverines' pot…

March 20, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 97) • Page Image 12

…- vation, everyone is striving for their best performance." Three years ago, the team fin- ished last in the Big Ten. This sea- son, the Wolverines are undefeated in conference meets, and are in con- tention…

…- appointing days in the conference cellar. She has seen the Wolverines at their worst, but feels the present- day gymnasts have just begun to ex- cel. She feels there are more gifts in store for herself and the…

November 20, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

… Penn State's Gerald Filardi picks off one of Michigan quarterback Bob Griese's passes. See SPORTSMonday for complete coverage of all Michigan athletics over the weekend. Wolverine Party makes strong…

…-of-age of the year-old Wolverine Party. The party took four of eight LSA representative seats, along with a fifth seat in the Business School. They cap- tured only one seat fewer than the cur- rently dominant…

March 20, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 94) • Page Image 14

… playing at a neutral site." The Wolverines are familiar with the Badgers after defeating them 7-2 at the College Hockey Showcase in November, but they are even more familiar with their other possible op…

…. I like to see the teams from our league do well, but the most im- portant thing is that we do well." One of the possible reasons for the Wolverines' top seed is that several other potential No. 1…

…. The Michigan defenseman intentionally knocked the Wolverine net off the magnets, drawing a delay of game penalty. Since the puck was behind the goal, Sloan put his team in greater danger of losing by…

… and his team starts playing solid defense in the third period, the Wolverines should come away from Providence, R.I. with a championship trophy in a couple weeks. If not, Saturday's game against…

Wolverines led early in Saturday's contest - like they often do against Lake State. Aftera scoreless firstperiodMichi- gan grabbed a 2-0 lead. early in the second. Knuble made it 1-0 on a five- riod, but…

March 20, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 97) • Page Image 11

… freestyle in 4:51:26. Moving up to the 10th position, Creighton cut her time to 4:49:48. The senior freestyler has yet to compete in her best event, the 200-yard freestyle. The final Wolverine swimmers to…

… hopes to have even better days today and tomorrow. The Wolverines expect to qualify for fi- nals competition in most events. Michigan swimmer Kirsten Silvester placed 19th in preliminary competition of…

… one week away, the Michigan men's volleyball club has been looking at this weekend's matches as a tuneup. However, the Wolverines will have little time to regroup because Saturday's tri-match with…

… them get on a run," Michigan co-captain Rico Latham said. "We just want to go out, give 100 percent, and then enjoy the rest of the week- end off." The Wolverines will again be without the services of…

…: 930-2800 Golden Ke Honor Society Officer Elections (All new members who will be here next year may run for an office.) Wednesday March 25 * 7:30 P.M. Wolverine Room Michigan Union Note: New Member…

January 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 58) • Page Image 17

… Wisconsin. In all likelihood, the best case scenario for the Wolverines will have Johns returning to practice at the begin- ning of next week. "She's a little upset," Guevara said, "but knowing Pollyanna, I…

… Spartans, hitting two each, with the clincher coming from Lemire with six seconds remain- ing. When the dust settled, the Wolverines had taken a 10-point lead and Michigan State's confidence with them into…

… the lockerroom. In the second half, Murray and Lemire cooled off, hitting one more trey each, but another Wolverine would step up, as they had been doing all day. Thomas, able to beat Michigan State…

… scheme, it was something much big- ger for the Wolverines. This is a game they easily could have lost. Johns, also second in the conference in scoring, had clearly been the go-to player for Michigan…

…, leading the team in scoring in 12 of its 17 games. With her out of the game, it was anybody's guess how the Wolverines would respond. "If you take away someone who gives you 20 points and 10 rebounds a game…

…, that's a pretty big hole," Guevara said. But the Wolverines filled that hole, in the process proving that they can handle the adversity that is thrown at them by the turbu- lent conference season…

…. logging just six minutes and three points in the * test. Without their leading scorer and rebounder for the first time all year, the Wolverines faced a crucial juncture, both in the game and in Ann Lemire…

…'s averaging 20 points a game and win the way they did with 3- point shooting and outside shooting, you've got to give a lot of credit to coaching." The 3-point shot played a tremendous rold in the Wolverines

… points. The Wolverines were strong throughout the game, end- ing with a .441 shooting percentage and .750 free throw percentage. They had a total of 40 rebounds and 19 assists. The Spartans finished…

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