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May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 16

… of "The Victors" at Ohio State's Bill Davis Stadium just before the rain could drive them off the field for one last time. The Wolverines, thanks to senior Jason Alcaraz's game-winning single in the…

… within seconds the Wolverines were sprawled all over the field in uncontrolled jubilation. "We battled all year for this," Michigan second baseman Bobby Scales said. "This feels great." But it was not easy…

April 24, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 140) • Page Image 16

… especially strong. Unlike most teams, the Wolverines do not have the luxury of a post-sea- son tournament to overcome season- long inconsistency. They serving the second year of a two-year postseason ban. They…

…-16-1). Today's doubleheader will go a long way in determining the middle of the Big Ten standings. Currently, both the Wolverines and Spartans are tied for fifth with Iowa. Freehan will have the luxury of…

… schools. While Pfaff and Brock will lead the pitching staff, the Wolverine hitting will be charged by junior co- captain Mike Matheny. The Wolverine catcher received Mizuno National Player of Week honors…

…- Irvine and has not yielded an earned run over the past 32 innings. Matheny earned the honor based on his four-game home run streak. Currently, Matheny leads the Wolverines with seven home runs and has…

… for improved defense from his squad this week. The Wolverines poor fielding played a major part in all four of their losses last week. "When we put everything to- gether we are a good team," Freehan…

… a home dou- bleheader with Michigan State and a road contest at Toledo. FILE PMUO/ailY Michigan pitcher Jason Pfaff leads the Wolverines into today's doubleheader at Michigan State. The Wolverine ace…

… have to worry about exams this time of year, the Michigan softball team has the extra burden of determining whether it will be invited to play in the NCAA playoffs at the end of May. The Wolverines (7…

…-2 records and split their four-game series earlier this month. The Wolverines are currently No. 3 in the Mideast region. However, in the past the NCAA committee has passed over Michigan when giving out bids…

October 24, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 19) • Page Image 15

… said, 'Well, you could go visit the pipeline."' When the Wolverines are not debat- mg whether to go see some oil, they will be trying to notch their fourth win in as many games. R Madden comes into…

… tonight's confer- cne duel as Michigan's hottest player. The senior center, who is tied for the team lead in goals and points, scored two goals in the Wolverines' 3-0 victory over Maine one week ago. The…

January 24, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 80) • Page Image 8

… January 24, 2003 michigandaily. com sportsdesk@umich.edu Pe ORTS 8 0 TURNING THE TIDE .. Michigan vs. Michigan State Sunday, 1 p.m. Crisler Arena Wolverines hope the future of the instate…

…" drowned out the meager handfuls of Michigan fans in the arena. Michigan was humiliated on its own court while Jason Richardson, then a sophomore, and the rest of the Spartans tore the Wolverines to the tune…

March 24, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 99) • Page Image 11

… of erratic play. Saturday's first game opener was an old fashion pitching duel. Scoreless into the 4th, Michigan's Scott Winterlee doubled to lead off the inning and would score the Wolverines lone run…

… of the game. Wolverine hurler Eric Heintschel made the run stand up, pitching eight scoreless innings, while re- liever Todd Marion recorded his first save of the sea-.. - son. The 1-0 final ended…

…'s Dan Young keyed the Raiders big in- ning by belting a grand slam home run.n In Sunday's action, Michigan's Dennis Konuszewski was again the victim of a lack of run support in the Wolverines' 3-2 loss to…

… innings against Dayton. The.. Wolverines hammered out 15 runs before the weather haulted play in the fifth inning. Michigan's Chris h .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . y…

….~~c ~ ,:... . . . . . . . . . . :.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .<"..:N. . . Newton recorded the win in the Wolverines' 15-4 tri-.~\~gx~'\ umphat. z. With 'the Wolverines' home opener, scheduled for ~ today against Saginaw Valley, called off due to this…

…. The Wolverines dominated in every aspect of the game as they took three straight, 15-10, 15-13, and 15-11. "They weren't as strong as I expected," Michigan coach Tom Johengen said. "We were able to…

… overpower them offensively. It was a little easier than I expected." Michigan averaged over 23 digs a game as Tri-State had trouble putting the ball down. The Wolverines were without the services of middle…

… questionable, so these guys could give the team a lift." Frosh Stan Lee was able to break out of a recent slump for the Wolverines as he lead the team with 20 kills in the three games. "For the past four weeks I…

… as a tune up for this weekend's MIVA Championships. While the team performed well overall, Johengen showed concern over the 10 serving errors the Wolverines amassed over the match. "I'd like to see our…

… serving get a little bit better," Johengen said. "If you start having more than three per game it becomes difficult to keep any kind of momentum." The Wolverines have been slowly recovering from their…

October 24, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 16) • Page Image 9

… process went more than 10 yards, and the something like this: Michi- Wolverines looked as if they gan's defense wasn't able to were going to let this game stop Wisconsin or Minnesota, F turn into a repeat…

… impressive. Iowa amassed 74 yards on Wolverines' losses to Wisconsin and Min- eight plays; it was in position to look to the nesota. end zone for the game-winning score, and, All last week in practice…

March 24, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 96) • Page Image 9

… Cervenak and leftfielder Jason Alcaraz. Cervenak and centerfielder Brain Bush had two hits apiece for the Wolverines. Michigan scored all its runs off Purdue's Mike Hedman (3-2), who went seven innings and…

…, the Wolverines recorded their first con- ference win by topping the Boilermakers, 7-2, behind the strong pitching of sophomore J.J. Putz. Putz (2-0) went the distance, giv- ing up five hits through…

March 24, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 96) • Page Image 15

… the Wolverines to a comfortable .425 lead over sec- ond-place Minnesota after the first apparatus. Michigan fared almost as well on the uneven bars, scoring a 49.3. Another veteran of Big Ten champi…

…, including the all-around, went a Wolverine. Sarah Cain contin- ued her season-long domination at Minnesota, winning the all-around with a 39.65 and subsequently stak- ibg her claim as the best gymnast in the…

… Writer Second to none. That's the best way to describe the performance so far this season of the No. 3 Michigan women's gymnastics team. The Wolverines overcame some dis- appointing losses and still…

… managed to pull everything together, winning their sixth consecutive Big Ten champi- onship Saturday in Minnesota. Throughout the season, the Wolverines were matched against top- ranked teams like Georgia…

Wolverines after Michigan freshman Sarah Cain, for example, finished the Big Ten cham- pionships as Big Ten freshman of the year and Big Ten gymnast of the year. And the meet versus Ohio State in February…

… of 197.3. At the end of February, however, the; Wolverines began a losing streak, as they were defeated in the Magical Classic by UCLA and then had three consecutive dual-meet losses to Utah, BYU and…

… Georgia. The Wolverines had to step uptfeir performance in their meeting against Utah State last week. They managed to beat the Cougars and put them- selves in a good position for the Big Ten championships…

Wolverines' first competition performance of the of the season, Michigan suffered a loss to West Virginia by 1.60 points. that first competition, as many of the youngest team members stepped-up and…

… team was out to make a statement at the Boilermaker Invitational in West Lafeyette this weekend. And the Wolverines did just that, going 4-1 in their five games to claim the title. Michigan (25…

…-winning runs. Jennifer Smith, Melissa Gentile and Kathy Davie all hit doubles for the Wolverines as well. The Wolverines' only loss came in their second game of the tourney, 3-1, to underdog Ohio. Michigan took…

April 24, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 140) • Page Image 20

… - in four spring tournaments, the Wolverines are undaunted and excited about their chances at the Big Ten Championships next weekend in Madison. "I don't think (missing 320) matters, I mean most of the…

… the same course. After ruining their opportunity to win the Invitational by carding a 333 in the first round, the Wolverines re- bounded furiously to finish at 961, including a 308 in the final round…

March 24, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 98) • Page Image 10

… faces Purdue Controversy aside, Wolverines open By Danielle Rumore Daily Softball Writer The No. 8 Michigan softball team (17-3) travels to Purdue (8-10) to- morrow and Sunday to kick off Big Ten season…

…. The Wolverines captured the Lady Seminole Invitational last weekend, compiling an 8-0 record. Freshman shortstop/pitcher Sara Griffin was named the tournament MVP after go- ing 2-for-3 with a home run…

… nor Big Ten offi- cials would confirm or deny any alle- gations against the program. To complicate matters, in Wednesday's victory over Eastern Michigan, Wolverine starters Chad Chapman, catcher Scott…

… team-best .403. Asateam, though, the Wolverines are hitting a mere .257. "Our team batting average is not where we want it to be but we're working on improving it," Freehan said. "Brian is a team leader…

… and we'd like a big series from him." Michigan's pitchers haven't fared too well either. The Hawkeyes (6-5) may just be the Wolverines' pitching remedy. Iowa boasts a mediocre .260 team batting average…

… second (1:45.63) in the 200-individual medley, and se- niorco-captain Marcel Woudaplaced third (1:46.54), gaining valuable points for the Wolverines. Michigan didn't completely domi- nate, however. The…

Wolverines placed second in the 400-medley relay, thanks to an all- outperformance by Borges, swimming the anchor leg. Borges' efforts brought Michigan from fifth-place to second with his personal-best time…

…," Dolan said. TICHAEL FIsZHgsg in l y The Wolverines open their Big Ten slate with four weekend games in Iowa. Men tumbli By Chris Murphy Daily Sports Writer After a season of ups and downs, the Michigan…

… men's gymnastics team is peaking atj ustthe right time. This week- end, the Wolverines travel to Cham- paign for the Big Ten Championships. After Michigan's strong show- ing at the Michigan Invitational…

September 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 149) • Page Image 16

… true if the team's next opponent is not as mean- ingful, as is the case this weekend for the 12th-ranked Wolverines as they play their final two non-confer- ence games at Ocker Field against Ohio and…

… California. For Michigan. the focus all week has been on starting the Big Ten sea- son on a good note with a victory over the Spartans. But now the Wolverines must shift that focus to two nonconference…

January 24, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 65) • Page Image 9

… Writer COLUMBUS - A chippy Ohio State squad and an NCAA-record crowd of 17,343 fans proved to be an aggravating combination for the Michigan hockey team on Friday here in Value City Arena. The Wolverines

… of the net to Andy Hilbert on a 5-on-3 power play. Hilbert flipped the puck over Ohio State goalie Ray Aho for the Wolverines' sixth goal of the game. As the Michigan team celebrated what would be its…

March 24, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 96) • Page Image 14

… lofty expectations and pre-meet predictions placing them as high as fourth. By the end of the sec- ond day, the Wolverines were already out of the championship hunt, 101.5 points out of the lead. "We…

…'re hanging in there with Auburn, and Auburn, and ... well, Auburn," Michigan coach Jim Richardson said, referring to the seventh-place Tigers. The Wolverines had two constants throughout the meet: Shannon…

… way that we would final in all five relays," Richardson said. The 400 free relay saw the Wolverine come as close as they could to claiming a national championship. Eberwein. Shakespeare, Bendel and Kim…

… Johnson had the lead going into the final 100 yards of the event, when Stanford's Catherine Fox recorded an amazing 48.03 final 100 to beat out Bendel by 0.47 seconds. The Wolverines' four other relay teams…

… promised post-sea- son pay-off. Despite the sixth-place finish, the pay- dff was there. Several Wolverines posted personal bests, and as a team, Michigan improved on its projected score by 50 points. - So…

… from the top three. With the graduation of Beth Jackson, Michigan lost a swimmer who had fin- ished in the top four in both backstroke events in 1996. The Wolverines have also been with- out All…

September 24, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 131) • Page Image 19

…I The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 24, 1998 - 19A Mortimer plans for repeat victory By Jeff Druchniak For the Daily Michigan has been waiting for this weekend all year. *'he Wolverines been…

… coach Ron Warhurst, entering his 25th year call- ing the shots for the Wolverines, thinks the field is just as tough, if not tougher, than the one Michigan defeated at this meet in 1997, winning the…

February 24, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 101) • Page Image 8

… Sports Editor For 39 minutes and 54 sec- onds, the Wolverines beat No. 12 Wisconsin last night. In the other six seconds, the Badgers hit a buzzer beater to beat the WISCONSIN 53 Michigan MICHIGAN 52 men…

… like that happens. It's just not a good feeling, especially when you're that close. It was like what, five seconds?" An upset against Wisconsin was exactly what the Wolverines needed to get onthe bubble…

March 24, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 88) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com March 24, 2014 - 3B Th McignDaly-mihgadalco arh 4 21 -3 Wolverines sweep Hoosiers By MAX BULTMAN Daily Sports Writer With her team preparing for its first…

… closer-supervised road schedules. Apparently, they still do pretty well. The sixth-ranked Wolverines (3-0 Big Ten, 22-6 overall) swept Indiana over the weekend, racking up 29 runs in three mercy…

… Beidler. The race was Beidler's best and nearly breaking last as a Wolverine. JAMES COLIER/Daily Sophomore Sierra Romero hit two home runs on the weekend despite being intentionally walked on most at…

… eliminated one- by-one, Grajales kept pushing. Even after beingnamed All- American, he kept pushing, taking down three more ranked opponents to claim third in the 149-pound weight class. The Wolverines took 17…

… Center doors to begin their careers as Wolverines carried more than just their bags. The 11 of them combined to make up the nation's No.1 recruiting class, expected to one day deliver the program's first…

March 24, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 104) • Page Image 10

…-NCAA Tournament bid that accompanied it. The Wolverines then lost to Cal State- Fullerton in the NCAA Tournament regional finals - and 14 seniors to graduation. Nine months later, the Michigan Nine lost its ace…

…, Bryce Ralston - one of its three co-captains - to Tommy John surgery. Two weeks later, the Wolverines (6-8- 1) were preparing for their home opener against Eastern Michigan. T-S"HIRT PRINTING* LOWEST…

November 24, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 33) • Page Image 9

Wolverines (7-11 Big Ten, 12-16 overall) initially surprised the Cornhuskers, coming out strong in the first set and taking a commanding 20-15 lead. But Michigan couldn't hold on, as Nebraska clawed its way…

… allowing the Wolverines to cut the lead to fewer than four points. "(Nebraska) did a good job of raising their level, especially defensively," Rosen said. "Their serving got much more aggressive. But, I…

…'s impossible for the young Wolverine squad to earn an invite. Even with this disappointing situation, Rosen is confident his team will continue to play like they have something to gain. "I don't think I'll need…

…'re going to play to win. They are very excited to have those two (final) matches and in a sense, that's our post-season." Two more wins could have a big effect on this youthful Wolverine squad and set them…

January 24, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 78) • Page Image 9

… in the third period, the Wolverines proved how much they learned in two weeks. "We had to do some serious work on it a couple of weeks ago to get our players to understand how to handle that five…

… against.Ferris State and Alaska in the past two week-' ends. More impressively, the Wolverines are beating good defenses - the Bulldogs and Nanooks were Nos. 1 and 4 in the conference, respectively…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 13

…Monday, May 24, 1999 - The Michigan Day- 13 Leaders of the pack Although neither the men nor the women could capture the Big Ten team title this past weekend in West Lafayette, several Wolverines

… coach, Jack Harvey watched as his Wolverines turned in a middle-of-the- road performance at this year's Big Ten Championships - at Purdue's Rankin Track and Field, the Wolverines fin- ished sixth out of…

January 24, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 94) • Page Image 8

… Hawkeyes in the Iowa Fieldhouse, 56-38. The Wolverines' offensive output was their lowest since 1951, when they were held to 32 points by Michigan State. It was the fewest points that Iowa had given up since…

… we couldn't run with them." Wolverine guard Eric Turner con- curred that Iowa's strength dictated that Michigan implement delay tactics. "Because of the type of team we are, we can't overpower anyone…

… them. The Wolverines only hit 27 percent of their attempts from the field. "rHAT'S ATROCIOUS," said Frieder with disgust. "It's hard to explain why we shot that poorly. It's ridiculous." -Iowa coach…

…. penetrating the zone." Despite the difficulties that the Wolverines had shooting, they remained close to the Hawkeyes into the early part of the second half, trailing by a 29-21 count with 16:07 left in the…

… game. "We did very well rebounding," said Wolverine center Ike Person, noting that his team was only out-rebounded by two. "That surprised us. That's what kept us in the game. If only we could have hit…

… our shots..." BUT THE Wolverines didn't hit their shots, particularily during the next 8:34 of play in which they failed to score a single point. During this same period of time, the Hawkeyes tallied 10…

… challenging the ball (on defense) in the middle also Low 6-38 played a big part in the game." About the only bright spot for the Wolverines, according to Frieder, was their free throw shooting. Michigan en…

… went right for the Wolverines, though, as Iowa cruised to a 56-38 victory. 20 13 56 - 38 - 56 Attendance: 13,365 ' tull court C PRESS Boring basketball.. . . .,the way it has to be IOWA CITY By JOHN…

… this one effective. Simply combine Iowa's superb zone defense with Michigan's slowdown offense, throw in some pathetic shooting by the Wolverines, and presto --13,365 fans struggle to keep their eyes…

November 24, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 58) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com November 24, 2008 - 3B After upset of UCLA, 'M' falls in championship round Duke just one more testfor Blue this season Wolverines bested by experienced…

… UCLA, the Wolverines couldn't rally for a second upset, falling 71-56 to No. 10 Duke on Friday at Madison Square Garden. "It would've been a great week- end if we came out on top, but there's 16 teams in…

October 24, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 18) • Page Image 12

…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 24, 2001 Disappointed Wolverines finish in ninth By Matt Kramer Daily Sports Writer This wasn't the way the Michigan golf team wanted to finish its fall…

… season. The Wolverines struggled yesterday with quick greens, slow play and long-par-fours as it fired a two day total of 609 (304-305) to finish tied for ninth place at the 24 team Tillinghast…

… 300 isn't acceptable." While this was the last fall tournament for Michigan - which opens up the spring season March 2nd and 3rd with the Wolverine South Invitational in Savannah, Ga. - Carras still…

… morning, the squad will compete at the Big Ten Champi- onships at Illinois' Orange and Blue golf course. The 6-kilome- ter race will serve as an opportunity for the Wolverines CHA to prove that they Who…

…Guire. Because Michigan is young and lacks a strong front-runner to lead it, the Wolverines should have their hands full. Michigan State and Wisconsin are ranked 13th and 14th in the nation, respectively, and are…

… out of Jeanne Spink and Rachel Sturtz. Spink has been the Wolverines' most improved and consistent runner over the last month. Sturtz improved tremendously over last season and finished 16th at the…

Wolverine Inter- regional. A wildcard for Michigan will be whether redshirt Freshman Andrea Parker will be able to compete. She has had an achilles heel problem over the past couple weeks and has been unable…

January 24, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 64) • Page Image 14

…, however. Defenseman Steven Halko scored his second goal of the season off of a deflection of a Kevin Hilton shot to bring Michigan to within one. Then the Wolverines got a strange goal. Freshman Mike Legg…

… unanswered goals to finish off the Wolverines. The fourth tally came 20 seconds into the period when Harper scored his second of the game, while the Spartans had a two-man advantage. After the Tuzzolino…

… a 3-3 tie during the 1991-92 campaign. "I feel State's one of the hardest places to play," junior forward Mike Knuble said. The Wolverine freshmen wanted to get, off on the right track in East Lansing…

…. "We didn't want to get on a streak that the seniors had," freshman Jason Botterill said. "We wanted to get that first win off our backs, too." The Wolverines hope to return to Munn in March for the NCAA…

Wolverines have had a crowd of at least 7,000 at Yost Ice Arena. For the season Michigan averages 6,829 a game at Yost, which puts the Wolverines on pace to break last year's team record of 6,290. This week…

… split with Michigan State. Going into Friday's game, the Wolverines had won 16 consecutive conference games. However, many of those games were not easy victories for Michigan but they pulled out the win…

… with outstanding play in one or more aspects of the game. In games where the team struggled, it was excellent goaltending or great defense that helped the Wolverines to victory. Other nights, it was the…

September 24, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 131) • Page Image 14

… with Jacksonville yesterday. Instead of play- ing with former Wolverine Brian Griese, Howard will suit up for the Jaguars. 'M' voleybail opens Big Ten By Jason Emeott Da% vsports Wrter I he Michigan…

…T Keen Arena. 1 he 8-2 Wolverines, seek to exchange their label of con- frrence up-and-comers for one of Big Ten contenders. Victories this weekend are key if Michigan hopes to make the transition this…

… Purdue and Illinois will chal- lenge the Wolverines, since both are veteran teams that return five and six starters, respectively. Giovanazzi said that he feels that "winning both gameW essential to…

… beginning the season on the right note." He also added that there is a sense of urgency to get oiT to a good start since his squad has a tendency to "peak late." The past few seasons, the Wolverines have…

… started off slowly, but improved greatly as the season progressed. In order to prevent another late start, the Wolverines have been working on their biggest weakness: the serve-receive game. "Our strengths…

… of grueling physical play, and starting that rigor- ous span at home is a psychological edge. Even though Giovanazzi's Wolverines face a tough road ahead, they're ready to go. "My players are really…

… mantra. With an 8-2 record the Wolverines are making progress toward changing that perceptions Soccer faces test at home By Stephanie Offen Daily Sports Writer As the saying goes, "The third time's the…

… charm." The Michigan women's so }r team is hoping the saying rings tr it its third Big Ten game tomorrow, at home against Penn State. The Wolverines went 5-0 in non- conference play before losing their…

… first two Big Ten matchups against Wisconsin and Northwestern. Up until the Wolverines faced Wisconsin and Northwestern "we had not played the toughest competition," Michigan coach Debbie Belkin s…

… Wiscon break the 0-0 tie. The Wolverines as surrendered two goals late in the game against Northwestern, afte tying it 2-2. Michigan is hoping to eliminate those lapses when the NittanyL come into Ann…

February 24, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 88) • Page Image 8

…, 1997. MICHIGAN 89, PURDUE 65: The Wolverines took a tight 38-33 lead into halftime, but came out on fire in the second half, hitting a string of. threes that put Purdue out of commission. JAN. 31, 1996…

… for tonight's Michigan-Purdue basketball game? Is it 88 to 86, as in the Wolverines' double overtime road victory on Jan. 8, or 6-0, as in the NCAA's score up on exiled freshman Jamal Crawford since…

March 24, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 119) • Page Image 12

…. Michigan wins with its own style. And its able to play its game because everyone is on the same page. Even during a rough stretch in February, the Wolverines stuck together. Michigan wins because that's all…

… footing at the collegiate level? The answer is simple. From day one, Porter and Kolarik didn't treat them as freshmen - they treated the youngsters as Wolverines. There are no freshmen, sopho- mores…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 15

… to guide it to victory. Never was that more evident than in the championship game of the Big Ten Tournament yesterday as the seniors guided the Wolverines to *eir first Big Ten Tournament title since…

… 1987. Five different Wolverine seniors were named first team all-tourna- ment. Senior second baseman Bobby Scales was also named outstanding player of the tournament thanks to a .471 batting average, two…

…. Right fielder Jason Alcaraz also lit five singles in the Wolverines' victory, driving in two, including the game-winner with bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth. Throughout the season, this class of…

Wolverines made their mark on Michigan history. Whether it was third baseman Mike Cervenak set- ting the Michigan career hits record with a homerun against Indiana, or Scales posting an 18-game hitting streak…

…, the longest in Michigan histo- ry, these seniors will be remembered as one of the great classes in Michigan history. But what these Wolverines may be remembered for most is their resiliency when faced…

… with adversity. After losing four-run leads three dif- ferent times in the championship game, the Wolverines finally put the Gophers away in the bottom of the ninth. "I couldn't ask for a greater group…

…." After their 13-10 loss in the first game yesterday, the Wolverines looked like a beaten team as Minnesota carried all of the momen- tum going into the championship game. Had Michigan failed to win the…

… Ten title with a final effort of 6.5 meters, bringing the Wolverine faithful to their feet. Bentley had fouled on her previ- Bs attempt and needed her final leap for the victory. "I wasn't jumping as…

… for the Wolverines, three ndividuals came through in the clutch. Angi Stanifer pulled out a surpris- RECEIVE INSTRUCTION IN: iiapkiuu ing victory in the 800-meter run, edging Wisconsin's Jennifer…

January 24, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 60) • Page Image 13

… between winning and losing. Take this Saturday's wrestling match at Cliff Keen Arena between 4chigan and Northwestern. The Wolverines are oming off two weekends of disappointing losses and are looking for…

… Wednesday's practice, the Wolverines were put in situations where they were stressed out, Michigan coach Dale Bahr said. The team was put in a grey area in which they were tired and had to think. The point of…

… years. "It's cool to compete against people who you know so well," MacDonald said. MacDonald will compete .on the parallel and high bars. Freshman Jose Haro, the only Wolverine to compete in the all…

… every event. Thus, the Wolverines ark looking forward to giving the Fighting Illini a little payback. While the Wolverines will have nothing to look forward to but rest prior to Sunday's two-team bout…

…, Robert Traylor and Maceo Baston are all beefier than every Spartan except the mascot. fisher's biggest worry will be foul Wolverines can't exactly afford that luxury. Michigan has been plagued by early…

January 24, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 64) • Page Image 9

….H. Factor Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Hockey Indoor Track Men's Gymnastics Women's Gymnastics Women's Tennis 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 8 'M' holds off lini, 74 -70 Wolverines survive second-half scare…

… the putback to put the Wolverines up, 72- 68. Two Rose free throws and a putback by Illinois' T.J. Wheeler ended the game, as the buzzer sounded and Howard palmed the ball and cel- ebrated at center…

November 24, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 41) • Page Image 8

… and Vil- lanova. line, placing 16th in 31:28. This fifth-place finish estab- lishes this 1992 team as one of the best Wolverine teamns ever. Michigan has finished sixth at the national meet twice…

… the Wolverines will lose the leadership and perfor- mance of Smith, the rest of the squad will return next fall. Freshman Theo Molla was the third Michigan runner to break the tape, placing 76th in 32…

…:36. Soph- more Ian Forsyth (32:48) was the next Wolverine finisher, placing 88th. Junior Shawn Mackay (33:04) was fifth in 108th place. Senior Chris Childs and sophmore Jim Finlayson finished 129th and 137th…

…, respectively. Tornadoes touched down throughout Indiana late Sunday night, and brought the severe weather that Warhurst and the rest of the Wolverines wanted. Al- though the cold 40-degree weather did not hamper…

… Eastern Michigan, which finished 17th, were at al- most every meet that Michigan competed at this season. The Wolverines will have a year to sa- vor this final victory over both ri- vals. Coach Warhurst…

… Ten rivals Wisconsin and Penn State, the Wolverines finished strong to claim eighth place in the team standings. Two-time all-American Molly McClimon paced Michigan with a personal-best 17th-place (17…

… (17:53.5) was the Wolverines' second fin- isher, placing 21st overall. All-American honors are based on finish times. All foreigners are banned from contention. The re- maining times are listed and the…

… and 10th positions. For Michigan, the eighth-place finish was the second-best in school history at the NCAA meet. The Wolverines took seventh in 1988 and tied for eighth in 1982. The Michigan women…

… the brunt of it. Last night at Crisler Arena, in its second and final exhibi- tion warmup game of the season, the Wolverines fell to Ragnone Attorney AAU in overtime, 122-121. The three-time defending…

… with six seconds remaining for the game-winner. A halfcourt despera- tion effort from Jimmy King fell short at the buzzer. The Wolverines came back from a six-point overtime deficit to take a one…

February 24, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 122) • Page Image 7

… numerous The Wolverine men's omdoor track Tim Thomas, the Wolverines' top half track clubs and unattached perfor- team appeared in fine form yesterday miler, also took honors in his specialty mers. m the…

Wolverine Invitational several with a time of 1:51.9. Thomas surged to The Wolverine squad looked par- performers took firsts the e opening the lead early in the race and withstood ticularly strong in the…

… of W om en w n preliminaries. 4:05.8. He also said that next year all The final Wolverine victory in the fir- preliminaries would be run in the early st six events was recorded by the shut- first ever…

… time, 3:59.31. -. MICHIGAN WAS especially strong in the relays, winning all three: the 440-yard in 50.88 seconds, the 880-yard in 1: 50.68, and the mile 5 Individual Wolverine winners were Yy . Marianne…

… the 60- h . yard dash in 7.02 seconds and Rene Turner in the 60-yard hurdles with a time of 8.36 seconds. Coming up on the Wolverine ~~~~~~~~~~~~..schedue.i............... in…

… during action at the Wolverine Invitational last night. last year's eighth-place finish. ,-WOL(ERINES SECOND INS TA TE: ti r} i? t d s n n e n Y 0 D y t f i f The Michigan Daily-Saturday, February 24…

… Rudy Varvari inside, as the Bulldogs decimated the Wolverines, 12- 3 in front of a home crowd of 5,436 last night at Duluth Arena. Nothing could stop the Bulldogs as they teared the Wolverines apart in…

September 24, 2012 (vol. 123, iss. 15) • Page Image 12

… away with wins. "It's a very challenging schedule, the first seven games," Daley said. "It's a tough stretch early on." The Wolverines started off in less than ideal fashion for a team looking to pull…

… untill the 31st minute of the game. The Wolverines' chances were dealt their first blow in the 21st minute when junior Dylan Mencia was shown a yel- low card. On the resulting free kick, Northwestern…

March 24, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 104) • Page Image 8

… final week of practice before hosting the Big Ten Championships tomorrow and Saturday at Crisler Arena. The Wolverines - who have struggled all year on the road (0-5 in away meets) - are looking forward…

… competition to bring." The Wolverines know every single tenth of a point will count, and the slight- est slip up could cause them several spots in the final tally. Inevitably, the burden of perfection will…

February 24, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 81) • Page Image 11

…- ey bid looking dimmer after loss The loss, Michigan's third in a row and fourth in its last five, drops the Wolverines to 7-7 in the Big Ten and 17-9 overall. What's more, after starting the season…

… with eight consecutive victories and reaching as high as No. 4 in the national polls, the Wolverines have since gone 9-9. , With a mediocre conference mark so far and two more diffi- cult games remaining…

… freestyle (1:47.34) and missed (Saturday) morning, and they did- breaking fellow Wolverine Talor n't," Michigan assistant coach Mark Bendel's 100 free record by one-hun- Lambert said. dredth of a second (49…

….95). The last After the 1,650 free, the first event Wolverine to win three individual of the final day, the 10th-ranked Big Ten titles was Mindy Gehrs in Golden Gophers trailed by only 13.5. 1992. Kimberly…

… the only ced some rough times this year, Wolverines to finish in the top 16 ut we overcame them, and that was See CHAMPS, Page 863 xARA ST LLMAN/Da y I J Me - 1V ssa :. d V r a F 7 , ' F b"Faz Longe…

… teas. two events but came back to defeat The Wolverines finished in second Purdue's Elizabeth Ann Reid, 4118- place with 82 points. Wisconsin took 4074. After Reid took the lead by jump- first place with…

February 24, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 81) • Page Image 16

…- tered on a regular basis. That is, until this year. The Wolverines have won 15 games this season -W three fewer victories than Michigan's seniors won in their first three years com- bined. Michigan…

… rapidly improving program - one that will be competi- tive in the Big Ten and in the nation for years to come. And when future successes come to fruition for the Wolverines, it will be easy for fans to…

February 24, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 81) • Page Image 18

… State. Indiana Purdue Iowa Penn State 412.0 403.5 394.0 268.0: 211.0 189.5 157.5 152.0 145.0 Road to 11th title bumpy at times 4..-.......... ... PARADISE. Continued from Page 3B Wolverines

… accomplished far more than they could have had they focused on the Big Ten. Urbanchek did what was best for Michigan as a team, a program and a school. The Wolverines' 10-year league reign ended, but Urbanchek…

… record with a time of 4:14.00, breaking the previous record set by former Wolverine Mindy Gehrs in 1993. It was the third time in four years Kampfe won the event. "I've known what the record was since my…

… women's swimming team. The result: its I11th consecutive Big Ten title. But the meet could have ended differently. On Friday afternoon, an upbeat atmosphere turned sour for the Wolverines, as they…

… event that night. If everyone finished in the same place in the evening as they had in the morning preliminaries, Michigan's 29.5-point lead would have been diminished to nearly 15. The Wolverines would…

… have been easily within Minnesota's strik- ing distance, especially considering that on paper, Minnesota had the advantage in three of the final five events. The Wolverines were about to enter the most…

… night, but not to the extent that they could have. Nearly every Wolverine who qualified for the finals improved on their finish from the pre- liminaries. Tanya Schuh finished first in the 100 butterfly…

… both responded to the chal- lenge, each climbing one spot from their preliminary finish to first an6 third, respectively. Ellen Frauman climbed from fifth to third for the Wolverines in the 100…

…) night." The Wolverines finished the evening strong, as Shakespeare, Kampfe, Bendel and Jen Arndt combined to wi* the 800 free relay. And when they looked at the scoreboard, they had a 39.5-point lead…

February 24, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 74) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com k Monday, February 24, 2014 - 3B SpovtSN Oil {1 Monday, Fehruary 24, 2014 - 3B Turnovers plague Wolverines Defensive miscues lead to Friday loss By JEREMY…

…-1 lead late in the second period of Friday's game against Penn State, the Wolverines looked poised to snap a three-game losing streak. But a Nittany Lions goal with 35 seconds left made things interesting…

July 24, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 11) • Page Image 14

…'s Gustavo Borges. The former Wolverine grabbed his second medal of the Games on Monday night by finishing third in the 100-meter freestyle competition. Borges earned his first medal, a sil- ver, in Saturday…

… Piersma is one swimmer who has not quite been up.to the standard set by current and former Wolverines in Atlanta. So far, the sophomore has compet- ed in both the 100-meter and 400- meter freestyle events…

… the sixth lap. AP PHOTO Michigan swimmer Tom Malchow comes up for breath in the 200-meter butterfly in which he grabbed the silver medal. Malchow became the fourth Wolverine - past or present - to…

… play in both singles and doubles competition. His doubles part- ner will be Richie Reneberg. GARDNER RUNS MONDAY Wolverine runner Neil Gardner begins his quest for gold in the 400- meter hurdles this…

January 24, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 97) • Page Image 9

…ip Sunday, January 24, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pnge Nine Sunday, January24, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paoe Nine o wolverines rally past Wildcats, 97-87 Wilmore lifts cagers from 12 pont…

… deficit By MORT NOVECK Special To The Daily EVANSTON-Michigan had more trouble with North- western than they expected, but the Wolverines rallied from a seven point halftime deficit to defeat the Wildcats…

… 20, but in between we were bad," said an unhappy Wolverine coach Al! Renfrew after the game. Michigan has now lost three in a row. Indeed in those first 10 minutes it appeared Michigan would blow the…

October 24, 2014 (vol. 125, iss. 16) • Page Image 7

…Friday, October 24, 2014 - 7 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Wolverines set for big fixture Michigan battles Hockey East By SYED FAHD AHSAN For theDaily In what could prove to be a…

… turning point in the Big Ten race, the Michigan men's soccer team hosts No. 8 Indiana this Sunday. October has proved to be a Indiana at great month for Michigan the Wolverines who have won Indiana 9…

January 24, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 64) • Page Image 16

…8 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, January 24, 1994 SWIMMING Continued from page 1 edged out Wolverine Royce Sharp in the 200 backstroke, Wouda won his second event of the weekend in…

… six first heat victories to the Wolverines' two. They also consistently out-placed Michigan in the events that neither team won. Despite the second-place finish, Urbanchek was still pleased. He said he…

… them first-year members - the Wolverines finished third with 49.5 points at the Canham Natatorium event. Ahead of Michigan were Invite champion Ohio State (84 points) and rival Michigan State (64…

… couple of new swimmers who were very strong and were able to pull them up to second place." The Wolverines led Michigan State after the figures section of the meet, but fell behind in the routines, as…

… the meet by taking fourth with a 58.333. The Wolverines jumped out to their second-place standing with decent per- formances in the figures competition. In the senior category, Kara Koto took sixth…

… of Leslie Frye in fifth and Jen- nifer Thomas in 12th. The Wolverines' next competi- tion is a team routine invitational at Northwestern this Sunday. MICHELLE GUY/Daily Michigan swimmer Marcel Wouda…

… and the Wolverines finished second in the Dallas Morning News Classic, behind Texas. The Longhorns also defeated the Wolverines last week in Austin. Mames ginasts beat Hawkeyes m*Marshall sets school…

…, Michigan State and Western Michigan all in attendance. The Clas- sic was divided into three singles flights and one doubles flight. The Wolverines were represented by freshmen Bojana Jankovic and Sarah…

… strongest team I've had," Ritt said."We've had some very good players in the past, but it's a team sport." The Wolverines were the stron gest team in the weekend's tourna# ment. "The competition was…

… definitely not as strong as we will be facing," Liz Cyganiak said. "But it was a good starting point and you might as well start somewhere." The key to the Wolverines high ranking this year is their depth. "I…

January 24, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 63) • Page Image 13

…. The Wolverines (2-1) have pulled together to compensate for the losses as they get ready to face Iowa and Northwestern in a tri-match tomor- row in the IM building. "We are facing teams that I feel we…

…'t afford to lose them." The Wolverines will play in the *first and third matches while the Hawkeyes and Wildcats will square off in the second. Michigan's first round opponent will depend on the travel plans…

… spike Iowa and Northwestern tomorrow afternoon in a tri-meet at the CCRB. Wolverine fencers host first tourney by Greg Richardson The Michigan fencing team has a stiff challenge ahead in its first home…

… meet of the season. The Wolverines host a round-robin tournament tomorrow, squaring off against four varsity squads - Cleveland State, Case Western Reserve, Tri-State and Ohio State. The action begins at…

May 24, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 143) • Page Image 12

… in that tournament," Maloney said. "They are just inches away from putting it all together." With the loss, the Wolverines will play the Nittany Lions in the first round. For the Wolverines to make a…

… someone to star if you're going to win a tournament." While the rain prematurely ended the regu- lar season, its ramifications could come to haunt the Wolverines as they cope with an already decimated…

… base, yesterday, the most by any Wolverine. Three keys to a Big Ten Championship MICHIGAN WILL OPEN THE BIG TEN TOURNAMENT AGAINST PENN STATE AT o a N F E R E N C E MINNESOTA'S SIEBERT FIELD ON…

… will be on the mound again for the Wolverines today, completing yesterday's title game. Huron W. "I don't think that even just because we've played the first half sor. - T u. 1130 a . to 10:00p.m N…

… record with their con behind victory over his ti Saturday, Oregon State Coa Walker suspected Michigat have had the edge going into day's game. But he feels tot be a different story. Wolverine freshman…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 12

…12 -- The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 24, 1999 Poor hitting hurts Wolverines throughout postseason stint Y By Jon Zemke Daily Sports Writer Michigan's Tammy Mika had been in a bit of a slump. The…

… centerfielder had only three hits in her last 16 at bats. Now, in the regional tournament that top-seeded Michigan was hosting, the Wolverines were about to be eliminated. Mika was facing perhaps the last at bat…

March 24, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 119) • Page Image 9

… DETROIT - T he team. It was Bo Schembechler's philosophy, but this year's Michigan hockey team embodies that mentality better than any maize and blue squad - in any sport - in recent memory. The Wolverines

… regular-season champions. CCHA playoff champions. This year's Michigan team has been suc- cessful because it's just that: a team. The Wolverines have accomplished their goals by playing as a unit and…

Wolverine ever to win a distance national title and the first since 1995. "It's what I've worked for all year, and it's been my main goal,"Brunemann said."It came down to gut, and it's always good to have…

January 24, 2012 (vol. 122, iss. 79) • Page Image 8

… the second half, the Wolverines led by as many as 28 points. The drubbing of the Hoosiers enabled Borseth to play some reserves that rarely see the court. "Great win, obviously," Bors- eth said on…

… it was short-lived, as the Wolverines quickly built their lead back up, allowing Borseth to clear the bench once more. Other than that Hoosier run, the bench players had all-around success against…

January 24, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 78) • Page Image 11

… goalie' Shawn Hunwick was forced to make a number saves on odd-man rushes after the Wolverines turned the puck over when breaking out. But in both games, Michi- gan bailed itself out with other aspects of…

… its play - Friday night it was Hunwick and on Saturday it was the Wolverines' offense. After Friday's game Beren- son said Hunwick had "earned this shutout more than he should have to." With the game 0…

… have a lot of con- fidence in our (defense) and they are showing it on the ice." While the defensemen have chipped in 20 goals and 52 assists this season, the Wolverine offense has also been aided…

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