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February 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 66) • Page Image 11

…: Michigan State concentrated so much on the shooting prowess of one Louis Bullock that the Wolverines' trio of big men had a field day, combining for 44 points. Saturday: Bullock scorched the Spartans for 22…

Wolverines' 6-.1victory over the Falcons on Saturday night. Icers pound Falcons 6-1, take control bDan Stillman Daily Sports Writer Believe it or not, the Michigan hockey team has a significant weak- ness…

February 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 66) • Page Image 13

… looked as if it might be close when the Buckeyes' 126-pound wrestler, Robbie Archer, defeated the Wolverines' Mat Warner. But looks can be deceiving. The W&olverines, who were unavailable for mment at…

… press time, preceded to win seven of their next eight matches. After coming up big at the lower weight classes and in close matches against Michigan State on Wednesday, the Wolverines continued the trend…

… country at 177 pounds. Going into Friday's meet against Indiana and Saturday's meet against Purdue, the Wolverines find themselves with 7-3 overall dual meet record and a 3-1 record in the Big Ten. Tonight…

… SERVAAS/Daily Michigan wrestler Teya Hill won a 9-7 overtime match in the Wolverines' 31-6 win over Ohio State This weekend, the team will travel to Indiana and Purdue. \M' track shines at Meyo, sends six…

… traveled as a team to Notre Dame, the Wolverines compet- ed in the Invitational as individuals. Thirteen Wolverines finished in the top five places of at least one event, four Wolverines won their events…

…, and three Wolverines qualified for the OC AA indoor championships. Don McLaughlin and Scott MacDonald took first and second places in the Meyo Mile. McLaughlin came in at 4:04.90 and MacDonald at 4…

… events. He cleared the high jump bar at 6-feet-10 1/4 and finished the 60 in 6.89 seconds. The Wolverines are proving to be strong contenders in the field events. Along with Devasher's high jump were Brian…

…-place finishes in the 60-meter hurdles and the 200. The Wolverines hope to build on the performances from the meet to have momentum going into Big Ten com- petition. Despite the team's lack of depth, its talent…

… the hands of Eastern Michigan a week ago. Because Saturday's Meyo Invitational in South Bend wasn't even scored as a team meet, the Wolverines could have had a legitimate excuse had they not met the…

… challenge the Eagles posed. People would have understood if Michigan didn't come through Saturday with its best performance. Apparently, the Wolverines didn't care what other people would have understood…

February 03, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 70) • Page Image 11

… health on its side, the Michigan women's gymnas- tics team may prove unstoppable Sun- day at the Michigan Classic. The Wolverines (3-0 Big Ten, 5-0 overall) travel to Kalamazoo to face four unranked…

… about losing as much as scoring well as a team to boost our national ranking." Georgia, Utah and Alabama are the teams ahead of the Wolverines in the rankings and are the main ob- stacles that stand in…

February 03, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 68) • Page Image 8

… letting it slip away in the second. This time, the Wolverines held a 12-point lead with 13:10 left in the first half - the largest advantage they have possessed in the Big Ten season. But Penn State went on…

…." Michigan's chances looked promising at the start. On Penn State's first possession, Wolverine freshman Stephany Skrba stripped the ball from Lady Lion Adrienne Squire and then took it all the way down the…

… court for an uncontested lay-up. The Wolverines (0-10 Big Ten, 6-16 overall) held a slim 7-6 lead early in the first half. Then, to the dismay of the 5,429 fans in the Bryce Jordan Center, Michigan went…

…. But the Lady Lions' defense carried them back into the game. Michigan scored just seven points during the next nine minutes and its lead fell to five. The Wolverines became frustrated with the Lady…

… committing just two turnovers during the first seven minutes of the game, the Wolverines had 11 in the last 13 minutes of the first half. "(Our guards) weren't playing any defense at all (at the beginning of…

…. Two of O'Rourke's takeaways turned into uncontested fast- break lay-ups, and others led to easy baskets. Once again, the pressure was too much for the Wolverines to handle. Stefany Skrba's 10 points…

… and nine rebounds were not enough in the Wolverines' 78-62 loss to Penn State. first frame's final five minutes. Michigan looked as deflated in the first few minutes of the second half as it did in the…

…. "We need to get that changed. But our players continued to fight and claw and hustle to get back in it." But the Wolverines didn't back down to that daunt- ing 22-2 run. Michigan cut the lead to just…

… going to give up. We are never going to let down." Despite their strong effort and valiant response to the Lady Lions' run, the Wolverines couldn't contain the sharp shooting of Squire. The Pittsburgh…

… more important than the two 3-pointers she drilled from the right wing in the waning minutes. Squire's two triples sent the crowd into a frenzy, dashing any hopes for a Wolverine comeback. MEN…

February 03, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 69) • Page Image 9

… honor went to Wolverine forwards Mike Stone and Mike Helber. Stone and Helber were the lead- ers of the Michigan defensive Josh charge. The duo's stingy penalty Dubow killing limited the Lakers to 1-18 on…

… makes one of his 33 saves against Lake Superior over the weekend. Michigan swept the Lakers. Buckeves hold off Wolverines Wolvri e, 68-58' ..dmmmb.. 14110,P- Iqlmw ww - y Iqlow rq..&- 'M' cannot…

… down. Two consecutive nights, the Lakers blinked. In front of two electric Yost Ice Arena crowds, the Wolverines swept Lake Superior in a pair of gut- wrenching victories, winning Fri- day, 4-3, and…

… featuring the best of- fense in the conference (Michigan) and the premier defense (Lake Supe- rior), it was a superior defensive ef- fort by the Wolverines which keyed the sweep. "We've got a lot of guys…

… Laker power plays and surrendered 21 shots on goal. In recording his first shutout of the season, Wolverine netminder Steve Shields nullified the handful of de- cent Laker scoring chances that came his…

… comeback wasn't enough. Or maybe the first half was just too much. Whatever the reason, the end result for Michigan was a frustrating 68-58 loss to Ohio State yesterday at Crisler Arena. The Wolverines (4…

… intermission - to OSJ's 28 - on 6- for-23 shooting from the field. The Wolverines added to their woes by turning the ball over 18 times. "A great deal of'that was attributed to be- ing overly anxious to play…

…, and by all rights the Wolverines should have been down by more than 15. But Ohio State (6-1, 14-3) shot poorly (.424) from the field as well. After the break, Michigan's offense started to wake up - one…

February 03, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 104) • Page Image 9

…. The Number One ranked Hawkeyes blew the Wolverine grapplers out, 32-12 last night at Crisler Arena. Gra ppl ers p inned By BOB EMORY' Special to The Daily HOUGHTON - The theme for this year's Winter…

… Carnival at Michigan Tech has to do with movies, and the Huskies' hockey team got in on the spirit of things last night by adding a Hollywood touch of their own, beating the Wolverines in overtime, 5…

… College in the battle for fifth place in the WCHA stan- dings. For the Wolverines, it was another disappointing loss in a game they had several chances to win. John Olver had taken a pass from Dan Lerg in…

… a loose puck before Rockwell smothered it. Merkosky's winning score came after Wolverines defenseman John Waymann was whistled off for a holding call at 7:44 of the overtime period. "I didn't see the…

… complained about it when they were here last weekend, but nothing seems to-get done about it." The two teams meet for a rematch this afternoon due to the Winter Car- nival. By PETER LEININGER Wolverine

… himself out.. . he just had no gas at the end of the match." THE HAWKEYES jumped out of the gate, taking the first six matches, and ran up a 30-2 lead over the Wolverines. The first three matches of the…

… night were decided by pins. "I thought we looked super until 158," stated Gable. "We don't have one starter from last year until 167," said Bahr. "They're (Iowa) an experienced group." The Wolverines

February 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 66) • Page Image 17

… women's swimming team were kidnapped. Saturday, they helped propel the sixth-ranked Wolverines to victories over Notre Dame, 82-58, and Eastern Michigan, 122-17, snapping a three- meet losing streak. It…

… was Senior Recognition Day at Canham Natatorium on Saturday, and the Wolverines have been celebrating all week. "They've done things special everyday during the week for the seniors," Michigan coach Jim…

… these kinds of things, but you really have to step up and task focus." The Wolverines did swim slower than in the past. Not a single Wolverine swam an NCAA qualifying or consideration time in the meet…

… breaststroke. She was also a member of the 400 free relay team that took the top spot. Kerri Hale and Talor Bendel, both juniors, also won events for the Wolverines. Hale won the 400 individual med- ley with a…

… time of 4:24.04, while Bendel took the 50 free in 24.12 sec- onds. Notre Dame's Linda Gallo did her best to put a damper on the Wolverines' celebration, winning three individual events. In all three…

… seniors were responsible for snapping the team's three game losing streak this weekend. Despite wins over Notre Dame and Eastern Michigan, the Wolverines were not totally pleased with their effort. No…

Wolverine managed to swim an NCAA qualifying or consideration time. MI' men's swimmers say C-Ya to flu problems By TJ. Berka ySports Writer ,With the Big Ten championships less than -a month away, the…

… Michigan men's swimming and diving team is looking to a new ingredient to find success. *imost seasons, the Wolverines would look-to the experience of their countless Olympic swimmers, their impeccable tra…

… won't hurt you mentally to try to figovit, however." The worst is over for the Wolverines healthwise. For the first time since the new year, Michigan had a full practice work- loqd. With the exception…

… rallying point for the Wolverines, as they saw Minnesota break Michigan's 10-year winning streak. With the Golden Gophers returning much of their championship team, Michigan will return without Olympic…

February 03, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 59) • Page Image 12

…4B - February 3, 2014 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Wolverines give themselves reason to smile with wins Seconds before puck drop Saturday, Mac Bennett skated up behind fellow defenseman…

… 51-day hiatus from Yost Ice Arena by beating No. 9 Wisconsin, 3-1. In doing ERIN so, the L Wolverines LENNON avenged what was an embarrassing weekend in Madison just three weeks prior - a series that…

… impassioned and quick-on-its-feet crowd chanted the Badger's name with an expletive behind it. Wolverin By ALEJANDRO ZUNIGA Daily Sports Editor PAUL SHERMAN/Daily Senior forward Luke Moffatt scored the only…

… Michigan State away from Yost. And back home, where the Wolverines have lost only one game all season, Michigan remained dominant against a formidable conference opponent. This time last season, the…

Wolverines had little to smile about. Michigan hobbled into February at seven games under .500 in desperate need of a sweep over Michigan State. But like they had against the Spartans last weekend, the…

Wolverines were able to sing "The Victors" once more. And the crowd locked arms for a rendition of the University's alma mater, "The Yellow and Blue," as the team skated off. Outside, as the crowd filed out, a…

… NUMBERS Michigan vs. Wisconsin 11,600 Total weekend attendanceat Yost Ice Arena, good for two sellouts and a raucous atmosphere. 41 Shots on goal for the Wolverines on Saturday. The Badgers had 27. Points…

… Michigan hockey coach won't mind staying tied for fourth in all-time NCAA Division I victories after the Wolverines took five of six possible points in their series against No. 9 Wisconsin with a come…

February 03, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 69) • Page Image 10

… their record to 8-2 overall, and 7-0 in the Big Ten. The scores do not reflect the de- molition job Michigan handed each team. The Wolverines crowned champions in every event against the Eagles, and in…

… most races claimed several of the top scoring positions. Seven Wolverines recorded multi- pie victory performances. Michigan promptly jumped out to a 60-11 lead after rookies Alecia Humphrey and Lara l…

… tonight was slower than last night s." Both McLean and Abell at- tempted to make the Wolverine's squad which will travel to the na- tional championships in March. Thus, they, along with others, were…

… completely rested this weekend. "I think taper is going excel- lent," McLean said. "I swain my- drowning best times this weekend, and hope- fully, we'll qualify." Next weekend, the Wolverines have another…

… for only second place as the Wolverines fell to Graceland in the Wolverine Collegiate Classic Saturday, 15-7, 15-8. "We really can't be disappointed to lose to a team like Graceland," Michigan coach Tom…

… six seeds and got off to a quick start, pounding Ferris State, 15-10 and 15-6, and Hope, 15-6 and 15-6. The Wolverines: only loss before the finals caine against. Guelph. Michigan fell, 15-7, befbre…

… blockers went up strong but McCune would not be denied as he let out a caveman-like yell and drove the ball through and down. The Wolverines rode this emo- tion to a 15-12, 15-8 victory over Cornell to…

… advance to the semifinals against Michigan State. Michigan State hammered Michigan just two weeks ago and the Wolverines were hungry for a rematch. Michigan thrashed the stunned Spartans, 15-3, in the first…

February 03, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 86) • Page Image 7

…'ve been Wolverines. The pair played on the same line early this week in practice, but in a push for more produc- tion from his forwards, Beren- son has shaken up the lines to spark certain players…

…) in Oxford, the Wolverines know they'll need to score more than one goal each night to have the best chance at earning six points out of the two contests. SCOOTER KEEPS SCORING: Senior forward Scooter…

… Vaughan spent the majority of his career as a defenseman - including his first two seasons as a Wolverine. But after switching to power forward at the start of his junior year, Vaughan now embraces the role…

… until the season is over. CHRIS RYBA/Daily Michigan coach John Beilein anid the Wolverines will have second crack at knocking off the Buckeyes on Thursday night. Michiganlooks to hand No.stI Ohio State…

… Ohio State narrowly scraped by in a 58-57 win - Matta began looking at how his squad could improve against a young Michigan team that is coming off two huge wins in conference play. While the Wolverines

… (3-6, 13-9) were able to take down the Spartans in East Lansing, they head into similar territory at Value City Arena - where the Buckeyes haven't lost in almost a year. The Wolverines split their…

… shooting over 40 percent (from range) in Big Ten play - the best defen- sive league in the country - it's just hard." When the Wolverines lost to the Buckeyes, 68-64, in Ann Arbor early last month, Ohio…

… 10 in 3-point shooting in the Big Ten. Unlike Ohio State, which thrives from beyond the arc, Michigan has spent most of the season living or dying by the 3-point shot. When the Wolverines are feeling…

… it and shooting nearly 50 percent from behind the 3-point line, they haveupset teams like Michigan State and made Iowa look mismatched against the young Michigan squad. But, when the Wolverines shoot…

Wolverines were unable to col- lect a win in that tough four- game stretch. But now, with the team knowing what to expect, the Wolverines hope to improve on thoirlast showing in such close games - all are…

February 03, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 103) • Page Image 8

…4 Page 0 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, February 3, 1985 'M' marvelous in Madison jouberi leads Blue to 7th straight win (Contifund from Page 1) THE WOLVERINES shot a hot 61.1 percent from the…

Wolverines with 39 points in Madison last year and averages nearly 17 points a game this season, scored just two points before the intermission and finished the game with four. According to Frieder, the…

February 03, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 59) • Page Image 11

… The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com February 3, 2014 - 3B Defensive lapses lead to loss as Wolverines falter again By MAX COHEN Daily Sports Editor Kim Barnes Arico shed her jacket just 26…

… seconds into the Michigan women's basketball team's loss against Minnesota. For much of the second half, the Wolverines' defense put up about as much resistance as the jacket did. The Golden Gophers…

… attacked, attacked and then attacked some more to turn a Wolverine halftime lead into an 85-69 loss. Minnesota shot 17-for-22 from the field in the second half, ensuring Michigan would lose consecutive games…

… stretch of four games in 10 days for the Wolverines, Junior Stacey Ervin celebrated in style after a solid showing in the parellel bars as Michigan easily defeated Ohio State. Proars to triumph By ALEX…

… Ohio State, the Wolverines won handily, 444.75-440.80. Though using a more forgiving scoring system than is used at the national championship, 444.75 is higher than the score that won Michigan the title…

… Arbor. Indiana pitted a smaller defender on the Wolverines' big man, allowing its four other defenders to switch on every ball screen, stifling the pick-and-roll sets that Michigan - particularly Stauskas…

… Michigan. The way Indiana switched on screens baffled Michigan, and Beilein credited that strategy in removing the Wolverines from special and motivation for us to put another one up there." With that extra…

… 15.85 and Caesar with a 15.30, the Wolverines gave themselves a nice cushion over Ohio State for the rest of the meet. "Floor is tricky," Caesar said. "We have really high-level gymnasts on there so…

…'t guard them conventionally," Crean said. "We had tough matchups, so we had to overcome that a little bit." Freshman point guard Derrick Walton Jr. led the Wolverines with 13 points, but just five came…

… halves of the season, Michigan went into the break trailing just 25-22. The Wolverines offense sputtered to a 7-of-20 field-goal mark in the period, missing on each of its four 3-pointers. To their element…

February 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 66) • Page Image 16

… ,bench, 10in the first half, to lead her wteam. Stacy Thomas, who finished ::with 10 points, was the only other .Wolverine to score in double fig- ures. Michigan guard Ann Lemire did- n't start or play in…

… - just as Johns did during the first half at Assembly Hall. With Lemire and Johns in thedi* up, the Wolverines have shown the ability to contend with any teamin the country. Teams have to be cautious of…

… Johns inside and Lemire out on the perimeter. With either Lemire or Johns absent, the Wolverines have shown that they can play as poorly as any team-in the country. Big Ten Standings Team Couf. Overall…

… team lost for the second time this season to Indiana, 73-56, last night in Bloomington. The Wolverines are now 4-6 In the Big Ten, good for eighth place and closer to where they have been used to…

… finishing in recent years. Mchigan not far from mediocrity Without either of their top guns, Wolverines aren't tough to defend By Pranay Reddy Daily Sports Writer BLOOMINGTON -The Michigan women's basketball…

… team had a flash- back last night. The Wolverines (4-6 Big overall) were harshly re their infamous history as basketball program. This is not a good thing. A Big Ten cellar-dwellar in the past, the…

Wolverines finally started turning heads ,_ with their play thus far this season. However, a 73-56 drubbing by Indiana yes- g Ten, 12-7 minded of a women's U aW fu RU MU ' " most squads - but a stellar one…

… for Michigan, which shot a paltry 21 per- cent in the final stanza. Quite an aberration from the consis- tency the Wolverines have usually dis- played this season, Whether it was Pollyanna Johns, Ann…

… nevertheless an idea that was lost upon the Wolverines last night. Effort is what made the difference for Michigan this year as opposed to years past. Under previous coach Trish Roberts, the Wolverines often…

… their most disheartening loss of the season, the Wolverines were, simply put - ugly. Not physi- cally speaking, mind you, rather in their style of play. Just how ugly? Consider: The Hoosiers shot roughly…

February 03, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 70) • Page Image 10

Wolverines fight for first h Weekend important for Michigan's CCHA title hopes F By Darren Everson Daily Hockey Writer With another weekend comes an- other pair of must-win games for the Michigan hockey team…

… by injuries and will not play in either game. Even with him in the lineup, Michigan has struggled offensively lately. In an attempt to re- verse that trend, the Wolverines will try a couple of…

February 03, 1974 (vol. 84, iss. 104) • Page Image 8

…, the Michigan Wolverines finally got their first rout of the Big Ten campaign. The combina-' tion of an excellent Michigan performance and a horrible Illinois t e a m resulted in a 101-77 slaughter that…

… vaulted; the Wolverines into a tie for first place with Purdue. free throe The Michigan coaches tried very fore the a hard to be concerned for this game. reply.i Before the action, assistant coach The Illh…

… hesitation. Campy Russell scored 22 points Kupec was also a rebounding his season average, to lead ;he terror, garnering 17 boards to Wolverine attack. Kupec added 1t lead the Wolverines in that vital and…

…, tallied nine scribed as "the most physical apiece. game I've been in this year." Yesterday's game marked the All the Illini hopes of holding the first time that the Wolverines were margin v a n i s h e d…

…'ig the game, "It's about time m e for the Wolverines, with Russell routed somebody." NIGHT EDITOR: ws for good measure be- mazed Illinois team could ni did try to right them- owever. On a sequence of t…

… had to be seen to be Rick Schmidt fooled the officials with a goal-tend-; t and a free throw. Illi- the gap to nine but thatl lose as they would ever Wolverines got quickly gear. Lionnel Worrell ve…

… throws that helped send Michigan to the locker room holding a 44-32 half- time lead. Illinois had used a zone on the Wolverines in the first half. Coach Harv Schmidt switched his team to a man-to-man in…

February 03, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 103) • Page Image 9

… from Sault Ste. Marie this ekend. [he Wolverines will be doing plenty barking, and hopefully some biting, they travel to the great white north fight it out with Lake Superior State eighth place and the…

… things won't really get bet- ter this weekend. Right wing Frank Downing (knee) and defenseman Todd Carlile (knee in- fection) wil return to the lineup. But the Wolverines will still be without the ser…

… GARY EFFMAN wrestle w The Wolverine wrestling team can Bahr. idefiself on weathering out a stormy If Mich season start. The wrestlers have which cal ce: breezed through a recent 5-1 close thr et…

… State, the Wolverines will DerGaral t no chance to bask in the success. combined e wrestling team is scheduled to hit only 311os. e road this weekend, and reports are THE Qi lling for some very tough…

…," added pot th igan is to win, the game plan, sp .ls for the Wolverines to stay (W ough the first four matches, I to be realized. It is at the ea eights, 118-142 pounds that mi has gotten its most…

… Michigan's William and ISU's Bill Kelly at 118 rough Lnds. The two are considered to be in e top of wrestling's freshmen class, orting similar records of 18-8 Vaters) and 19-5-1 (Kelly). If the Wolverines

February 03, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

… up' in the Big Ten as the season heads down the stretch, but un- fortunately for Wolverine fans, Michigan is not one of the con- tenders. The Wolverines, five-time los- ers in conference play, are not…

… season. In comparing the two favor- ites, Orr says, "Iowa has the better offensive ball team, but Illinois is stronger on defense." Judging the two teams by their performances against the Wolverines, Iowa…

…- balanced a team as there is in the Big Ten. 6-7 forward John Johnson popped in 34 points against the Wolverines and guards Chad Calabria and Fred Brown both topped 20. Brown looked as smooth as any backcourt…

… the champion- ship and the NCAA tournament. Whatever happens, of course, may have to be considered anti- climactic; the Wolverines h a v e struck out. :,;"::"::'e:¢" 5 :L':?nti0'rt, "rn.v>"' ..K s,+p n…

… in Ann Arbor. Below, The Wolverines' Mark Henry drives around Purdue's Rick Mount. Sales Service Rentals 5i' 1i 4f STUDENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION FOR FAST, ECONOMICAL TYPEWRITER SERVICE…

February 03, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 86) • Page Image 14

… at the end of the meet. One thing the Michigan fans did not witness at Cliff Keen Arena on Saturday was a good wrestling match. The No. 8 Wolverines routed the hapless Wildcats 35-12. "I think we…

…. "He stayed aggressive regardless of how much time was left. He iced that match with those late takedowns. That's what I like to see Clark do." The Wolverines' freshman phenom, Ryan Churella, dominated…

February 03, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 102) • Page Image 9

…McGEE LEADS OFFENSE AND DEFENSE Blue whips Wildcats in By SCOTT M. LEWIS * One streak is over. Hopefully for Michigan, a different type of streak is in the works. ' The Wolverine basketball team…

…,842 patrons at Crisler Arena. 9rTHE VICTORY, Michigan's second straight, avenged an 85-82 triple over- time loss tothe Wildcats last Saturday and evened the Wolverines' conference record at 5-5, two garmes…

…-pounding, drama-filled finishes Owhich have characterized its games this season, slammed the door on Nor- thwesternearly in the second half. At 19:07 the game was tied at 35. Eight minutes later, the Wolverines had…

… points aftel' the intermission. The Wolverines successfully cut off-the passing lanes, forcing Northwestern to take several forced shots. ACTUALLY, THE Wildcats' shot selection wasn't a whole lot better in…

… field attempts for two points. Wolverine coach Johnny Orr hailed McGee's -defensive work. "When he gets fired up to do something, he goes out and does it," said Orr, whose team lifted its overall record…

Wolverines, then hope M would fail in the one-and-one sit Bodnar, however, answere challenge, sinking five of seve the line. "I told him if he hit seven h have made me look like a geniu said. "He said he didn…

… ball inside, it got knocke I thought there were five or six there. They got away with a lot With the exception of McGee, Ten scoring leader, none Wolverines reached double Center Paul Heuerman, battling…

February 03, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

… for an NCAA Tournament berth. Don't give up hope just yet. Michigan sits at 3-4 in the conference and will have a hard time catching 5-1 Wisconsin atop the Big Ten. But the Wolverines are entering a…

…. on the road at Minnesota and North- western (11th and ninth in the confer- ence, respectively) and then at either Iowa or Indiana to have a good shot at the tournament. Last year, the Wolverines proved…

… he has- n't played yet and wasn't on the team from the beginning, most fans don't even know Bell is a Wolverine. A lot of people who don't know him now come up to him when wearing his team apparel and…

February 03, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

…, douse Flames, 4-3 By ADAM MARTIN Desperately needing a victory, the Wolverines received an unexpected lift from sophomore Bruce ..MacNab last night and extinguished the Illinois """'Chicago Flames, 4…

… around and banged home a backhander for a 4-2 Wolverine lead. "WE HAD TO get a win this weekend," said Michigan coach Red Berenson. "With only one home game after this, a win will really help us." The…

… Roosevelt, Minnesota, fought off defenseman Todd Carlisle in the Michigan crease and stuffed a loose puck behind Chiamp. BUT THE WOLVERINES weren't about to let UIC run away with the game. Just 42 seconds…

…." Midway through the second stanza, the Wolverines evened things at 2-2 on another redirection play. Brad Jones carried the puck in over the blue line, found Tom Stiles with a pretty cross pass, and the…

… ....................1 1 1 MICHIGAN.................0 2 2 T 3 4 Daily Photo by DARRIAN SMITH Michigan goalie Mark Chiamp stops a point blank shot by UIC's Ray Staszak. It was one of 27 saves Chiamp had in the Wolverine

February 03, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 103) • Page Image 9

… Michigan scoring with 22, including ten of the Wolverines first 18 points. MICHIGAN HAD A CHANCE to tie the game twice in the last minute. Trailing 68-67, the Wolverines worked the ball around looking for a…

… which led them to the NCAA finals. THE BRUISED FIGHTING IRISH of Notre Dame come to Ann Arbor this weekend in what could be the start of another Wolverine win streak. Despite the Wolverine defensive holes…

… skaters are bunched between nine and twelve points. THE TOUGHEST LINE the Wolverines will have to face is the line of Brian Burke, Terry Fair- holm and Kevin Nugent. Nugent and Fairholm (Don's brother…

… classes and the men's gymnastics meet with Indi- ana, it did not cancel the Wolverine's spirit as the tumblers are more fired up than ever, according to Michigan coach Newt Loken. The tumblers will have…

… State meet [which the Wolverines performed quite poorly in]," says Michigan coach Anne Cornell. "Psychologically and phys- ically .we don't have the momentum the Indiana meet [scheduled for last week…

…'s tough to say, sometimes it helps and sometimes it doesn't, it depends on their [the gymnasts] attitudes." Whether the layoff helps or hinders the Wolverines, they'll have to be at their best against both…

February 03, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 72) • Page Image 8

… Kevin Sullivan finishes the last leg of the world record medley relay last weekend. Wolverine runners are hoping to qualify for NCAAs this weekend. Skers hit the slopes in northern Michigan By EUGENE…

… BOWEN FOR THE DAILY For the first, and perhaps only, time in the 1994 men's track and field in- door season, the Wolverines' coaching corps will be at two different meets on the same day. Michigan…

… the slopes. The men's team has won every meet it has entered and the women's .eam has lost only one. This weekend, the Wolverines are focusing their at- tention on the Midwest Collegiate Di- vision meet…

… Sunday, respectively. Michigan will compete against a field that includes Michigan State, ,Northern Michigan, Ferris State and central Michigan. On the men's side of the slopes, the Wolverines are led by…

…- tain, the Wolverines should face stron- ger competition, especially from rival Michigan State. "I expect us to win barring any falls or last minute surprises," sophomore Jen Shorter said. Women's team…

… for improvement. Now that the Big Ten champion- ship meet is only three weeks away, and the competition is intensifying, the Wolverines are pushing to reach prime form. Saturday, the team will get an op…

…. "There has been more in- tensity lately." One goal that the Wolverines have for this meet is for some of its runners to achieve automatic qualifying times for the NCAA Championships. The distance medley…

… goal." Focusing on one common goal has been a problem for the Wolverines throughout this season. It began with three losses including a blow-out at the been here," Griffin said., "I think that we are…

… focusing on the right things now." The Wolverines will be relying on a talented line-up which has included* some surprises. Griffin pointed to the performance of senior outside hitter 'This is probably one…

February 03, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 87) • Page Image 7

…-team Central Collegiate Hockey Association. w Mathematically, the Wolverines are still alive for home ice in the playoffs, but they must win all their remaining games, and hope Lake Superior does not win any of…

…-meter event. Other Wolverines who came out on top for the meet include Stacie Fruth in the 100-yard freestyle, and Susie Rabia, who won both the 200-yard freestyle and the 100-yard freestyle. FOR THE first time…

… sixteen events in the Wolverine Open, held at the Track and Tennis Building. To make the NCAA meet in Syracuse in early March she needed to run 9:25. Schroeder finished 9:13:61, easily the out- standing…

… me. It wasn't there.'' Continuing to roll for the Wolverines, senior Joyce Wilson strided to three first place vic- tories. Wilson took the 440-yard dash in 56.54 closely followed by teammate Dedra…

… deiee to yo UIu tenetABOVE TACO BELL S kof the semester valid only with coupon expires 2/7/86 cci 100 I - - -- - - -- - r Graplers Special to the Daily "KIRK D The Wolverine wrestlers had to be said…

… Michig Number-two Iowa State started Scott Rechs Michigan's troubles with a 32-9 vic- Their indivi tory over the Wolverines on Thur- enough to sday. The Wolverines couldn't muster however. any wins in the…

… in In addition to Trost's win against e second time in as ma- Minnesota, the Wolverines picked up hards and Rechsteiner victories from John Wyland (126 victories, and the team pounds), Rickey Moore…

February 03, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 87) • Page Image 8

… Wisconsin at Crisler Arena, improving the Wolverines' record to 7-2 midway through the Big Ten season. The 6-11 senior, who has appeared to suffer from amnesia on the court this season, remembered who he was…

…, scoring 27 points on 69 percent shooting. "I was shooting the jumper," Tar- pley said. "That kind of opened it up for me inside." The Wolverine center's success from outside kept the lane clear for his…

….. "We played great defense and I think that was the biggest thing," said Joubert. The hard-working Wolverine defen- se forced 22 turnovers and tallied eight steals and four blocked shots, three by…

… dominance sent it out to a 15-4 lead in the first five minutes of play. During that stretch, Wade began the dunk parade, stealing the ball and slamming it for two poin- ts. The Wolverines stuffed seven more…

… translated into points. The Wolverines outshot their op- ponents 76-36, and outscored them from the free throw line, 19-8. Hender- son regained his perfect touch from the stripe, putting in both of his at…

February 03, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 107) • Page Image 6

… ludicrous to talk about tonight's Michigan-Michigan State game as a pivotal clash, especially since both teams are wallowing in the Big Ten depths. But tonight the Wolverines can confirm or refute the oft…

…, not to mention irrelevant. The present Wolverine squad has totally escaped the fall-out of Cazzie Russell. Last year's banishment to the cellar was overlooked because The Linezps most Wolverine fans…

… (35) F minus-Cazzie Wolverine cagers to win. Besides, it would have Steve Rymal (15) F made a lot of prognosticators look'bad. Heywood Edwards (33) C But now it's Cazzie Russell, New York Knicks, not…

… Cazzie Russell, John Bailey (12) G ex-Michigan star. Now it's the antiseptically clean All-Events Build- Harrison Stepter (31) G ing, home of the Wolverines. Now -it's time for the Michigan cagers MICHIGAN…

…: the Wolverines have progressed Now he contents himself with from just plain losing to losing with tragic overtones. short innuendoes, as he did after After Ohio State destroyed Michigan 103-70 at…

… Basketball Stats only eye squad the Wolverines showed they had talent. Michigan fans have been described as being fickle. The fact lales FG Tickets: $2.00 at Union desk Rudy Tomjanovich Dennis Stewart…

February 03, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 69) • Page Image 16

… in her right foot, did give the Wolverines a different lineup than in previous Big Ten matches, the results of the contest were no different then five out of the last six gaines Michigan has played in…

… - a frustrated team with another tally in the loss column. However, Hall's presence seems to be intrinsically tied to the fate of the Wolverines. Michigan has been at a disadvantage in every Big Ten…

… pumps you up," said Wolverine co-captain, senior Laura Lundbeck. The fans were especially aroused by Wymer's bars performance and floor routine, both of which broke team scoring records. In fact, Wymer…

… the col- lege level," said assistant coach Dave Kuzara. "It's fabulous that she's done well but the whole team is reaching the goals they've set for themselves." The Wolverines beat the previ- ous team…

February 03, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 70) • Page Image 14

… track team heads to tomorrow's Meyo Invitational at Notre Dame. The Wolverines have not lost a meet this season, and tomorrow's con- test will be the team's first away meet of the year. "This is my first…

… time traveling with the whole team. It should be very exciting," said freshman run- ner Pauline Arnill, who, combined with her twin sister Deanna, has had a big role in the Wolverines' suc- cess this…

February 03, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 86) • Page Image 13

… saw five, inexperienced freshmen try to battle a hostile crowd and lead Michi- gan to victory over a hot-shoot- ing Gophers' team. Now, like me, you're probably thinking why the NAWEED Wolverines were…

… of the game, when coach Tommy Amaker called a play to get him an open 3- point look. Bernard Robinson said after the loss that even though the Wolverines lost twice this week, they still have the same…

…'s exactly what the Wolverines will get, as they won't play again until Iowa comes to Crisler Arena next Saturday afternoon. Michigan will also retire the jersey of former Wolverine star .Rudy Tomjanovich at…

February 03, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 86) • Page Image 15

Wolverines recognized seven soon-to-be-graduates swim- ming in their final dual meet at Canham Natatorium. Justin Drake, Ryan Earhart, Josh Hack, Tony Kurth, Garrett Mangieri, co-cap- tain Jeff Hopwood and co…

… at the hands of Notre Dame. The Wolverines were on their way to vic- tory, winning four of the first five events against a tough pack of Fighting Irish. But they began to slip after Notre Dame's yicto…

February 03, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 59) • Page Image 9

… shooting from Stauskas, Michigan's offense was held to a season low in points, dropping its first Big Ten contest of the season, 63-52. The loss snapped a 10-game Wolverine winning streak. On the other end…

… missed just two shots and went 7-for-8 on 3-pointers. He didn't even attempt a two-point shot in the first half,and he was still single-handedly submerging the Wolverines. "Four or five of them - 15…

February 03, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 59) • Page Image 10

… dropped out of the Top 25 earlier this year. If Morgan doesn't have that humiliation in the Palace, he doesn't have the open mind he needed to grow last spring and summer. For the 10th-ranked Wolverines

… victory yet. The Wolverines needed to learn how to become selfless, but they couldn't have done it without Morgan learning the same lesson, too. "I've grown in that area since then, but that's what I needed…

…'t re close to full. Morgan, the only remaining 4 player from the last tale Wolverine team to of not make the NCAA Tournament, had to remind them what it ig recruits and told them they nter needed to get…

… team isn't. our team." That was so engrained in our program before Like Morgan, the Wolverines needed to lose in order to learn how to win. "I think (losing) helped us a lot," Morgan said. "I don't know…

… 10-point loss? When Morgan was a younger player, the Wolverines had to know that scouting report inside and out. They had to hustle for loose balls and rebounds. The talent wasn't there - they had no…

… - I think it did take a couple little bruises here and there to realize that it's more than just our talent that's going to win games." Since then, the Wolverines have lost just twice, to then- No.1…

… epitomizes rivalry By MAX BULTMAN Daily Sports Writer Forgeteverythingyou'veheard about rivalries being limited to revenue sports, especially when its Michigan vs. Ohio State. As if the Wolverines' 151…

… during a 20-minute break in the action. Ohio State had come out strong, including a sweep of the 100-yard backstroke, and the Wolverines were in unfamiliar territory - comeback mode. But nothing was going…

February 03, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 86) • Page Image 8

…-conference schedule catapulted the Wolver- ines into both Top 25 polls by the end of December, Michigan quickly became a Cinderella story. At the time, few doubted the Wolverines would make the NCAA Tourna- ment for…

…'t that talented right now. The Wolverines feature two of the conference's premier scorers and rebounders in sophomore guard Manny Harris and junior forward DeShawn Sims. After that, there's a dropoff in…

… Sports Writer Few in the University of Illinois- Chicago P.E. Building took notice as a small Wolverine stepped up to the rings halfway through the Windy City Invitational on Jan. 17. The Michigan men…

…'s gymnastics team and its fans, however, were riveted. For his first time in college, redshirt freshman Andrew Vance was about to compete. For rings, the fourth event, all the non-competing Wolverines left the…

… away from becoming the the Wolverines' all-time winningest women tnnis player. Soft-spoken Sugiyama e-merg"es as Blue's leader 4 4 Tal( l I I I Acc, en's ter senior "all-co WhG Sugiya points beinga…

… year's edition of the Wolverines, even though she rarely talks while play- ing. Now, Sugiyama is Bernstein's go-to player. The senior is just 10 wins away from becoming the all-time wins leader in…

Wolverine history. And with more than two months left in the season, Sugi- yama is on pace to reach the mile- stone. If she hopes to make a dive into the NCAA Tournament this year, the Japanese-born Sugiyama…

February 03, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 72) • Page Image 9

… sixth-ranked Wolverines will be hosting No. 24 Central Michigan, Michigan State, Western Michigan and Eastern Michigan. Wednesday February 3, 1999 9 7Return of confidence ends Hayes'slump enior year…

… wasn't supposed to go this way for Bobby Hayes. After all, he was Michigan's top returning goal scorer, having bagged 20 last sea- son-to help the Wolverines to the national title. He was the -local hero…

… finals which impressed me." As a Wolverine, Peterson has already made a statement with her significant contributions on the bal- ance beam. Participating in just her second collegiate competition, she…

…'re getting it too; if they want to compete in the Big Ten conference this season. It looks like their training has been paying off so far. 'The problem for the Wolverines is at the Big Ten is to wrestling what…

… close match to Minnesota, 22-17, and faces Iowa this Sunday. Last Thursday's loss to No. 10 Central Michigan, marked the begin- ning of a streak of six matches for the Wolverines against opponenets ranked…

Wolverines beat Illinois on Sunday, Bahr had his sights set high when he looked to the Big Ten Tournament. "Before this I would've been happy with a fifth place," Bahr said. "But now I think we could place…

Wolverines including a two-season stint as captain in the mid- seventies. He also was a two-time all- America in 1976 and 1977. So was coaching against Michigan a bittersweet experience? Johnson said it's all…

… Johnson but nonetheless is a good friend of his, said that Johnson is a huge Michigan fan even though it is now his job to beat the Wolverines. "He always talks about the experi- ences he had when he was…

February 03, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 89) • Page Image 9

…-up as "Mr. Basketball," had.reconstructive knee surgery last winter. Montgomery, who was heavily recruited by the Wolverines, is the team's point guard. Last year's returning Spartans, however, have not…

… field goal percentage, shooting 58.7 percent. According to Frieder, in any one game the Wolverines will have to shoot 55-60 percent to have a chance to win. *Frieder said he plans on giving guard Kirk…

February 03, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 102) • Page Image 10

… 46 points last night to lead the Michigan women's basketball team to a 77-64 vic- tory over Western Michigan, in Kalamazoo. The Wolverines led by four at the half, 34-30 , .and never looked back as…

…. The 13 wins by Michigan ties the Wolverine" season record for victories, which was set back in 1978. The Wolverines' next game is Satur- day against the University of Detroit at 4:00 p.m. in Crisler…

… center has reportedly narrowed his choices to Michigan and Michigan State, and is leaning toward the Wolverines. Henderson is averaging 23.9 points per game in leading Lansing Eastern to a 13-1 record. The…

… College Association Meet at Columbus, behind the nation's traditional top teams,Ohio State and Arizona. "We did very well, as I expected," said Joyce Lindeman, coach of the Wolverine team. "In fact, we did…

Wolverin defense in 1981's 23-6 Rose Bowl victo over Washington, Cannavino was dra ted by the Detroit Lions in the 10 round. ;However he was released in t] pre-season. Also signed by the Eagles we linebacker…

February 03, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 86) • Page Image 8

… positive news came out of the locker room for the Wolverines. Pressed by reporters about his intentions, junior guard Manny Harris said after the game that he would return to the team for his senior season…

… scoring, averaging 18.7 points through Michigan's 22 games. But due to the team's overall troubles, Harris compared this year to his freshman campaign, in which the Wolverines won just10 games. "It was…

February 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 66) • Page Image 14

… center Brendan Morrison and right wing Bill Muckalt. The three were Michigan's top returning scorers and always in the mix of the Wolverines' power play. But about a month into the season, Michigan coach…

… NHL team that owns his rights - the Dallas Stars. In the middle of the second period, Michigan was hanging on to a 2-1 lead and the game remained in doubt - an unusual situation for the Wolverines. But…

February 03, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 69) • Page Image 14

… wager in October. He chose to lay all his chips down on the developing rookie class. As the fortunes of the frosh went, so would go the Wolverines. The risky move threatened to break Michigan's bank…

… yesterday. Throughout the first half of the Wolverines' 68-58 defeat, Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson finally played like Ohio State hoped they would - like jittery high…

… against the tenacious Buckeyes. As Fisher went window-shopping down the Wolverine bench, he saw several antiques. Michigan captain Freddie Hunter, Kirk Taylor and Eric Riley all started for much of last…

… older Wolverines shirked their warm-ups and walked on the court. "The guys who haven't played as much can give you a spark because they're not known," junior forward James Voskuil said. "If they've been…

… and Rose deserve to start every game. But the veterans are capable of providing solid support off the bench. They demonstrated yesterday that they deserve the chance. The Wolverine coaches have 11 games…

February 03, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 106) • Page Image 7

Wolverine victory and the superb play of speedster Rickey Green as he swooshed past the Badger defense enroute to a 32-point night. It was no surprise that Michigan routed Wisconsin the way they did…

… itself of a winning year by routing the Wisconsin Badgers, 107-86, at Crisler Arena last night. The win, the Wolverines 14th, raises Michigan's Big Ten rec- ord to 8-2. The Badgers, mean- while, dropped…

… eight baskets, so I wouldn't say will be any empty seats in he hurt us." Bloomington Saturday., I doubt THE WOLVERINES, face a if there are many left now." harder task this weekend, as "Indiana's blitzing…

…, the Wolverines coasted to the victory, never threatened Purdue forward Walter Jor- sparse crowd of 3,700. SCO RES 11 by the Badgers. Wisconsin did not give the Wolverines a rough odan led all scorers…

… was the case in the last five victories, Michigan rode to victory on the quick flying feet of Rickey Green. Green, who leads the Wolverines in scoring at close to 20 points per game, has paced the…

… WISCONSIN'S TIM PATERICK (15) looks apprehensively for the open man as Johnny Robinson (45) guards him closely. Robinson was second high scorer for the Wolverines with 19 points in Michigan's 107-86 win over…

… otaled In the all-around, Wolverine co-captair an interesting comment, saying, ent, a Pierre Leclerc topped the opposition with' "The style of play in both t pos- a score of 48.7. leagues is about the same…

February 03, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 106) • Page Image 7

… third-place Wolverines, 3-2 and 3-iL This time the teams' positions are reversed, but the situation is the same. Michigan currently tops the conference with a 7-1 record and Tech is holding down third at…

… Great Lakes Tournament, when during a double-penalty, the Wolverines scored twice before we knew what happened." The home ice could be a factor in Tech's attempt to avenge last year's losses and the 4…

… skating and checking abilities, is the basis of the Wolverine win- ning streak. "When we played them in Detroit, I was particularly impressed with Michigan's fore- checking and hustle; they were able to…

… hold us in our own end of the ice for most of the game. They have great desire and that great hustle-the necessary prerequisites for a winning team." The Wolverines arrived in Houghton last night to…

… 1967 -Daily-Thomas R. Copt MICHIGAN TECH ALL-AMERICAN netminder Tony Esposito fends off a shot by Michigan forward Mike Marttila in Tech's December defeat to the Wolverines in Cobo Hall. Hoping to get…

February 03, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 73) • Page Image 10

Wolverines face No. 3 UCLA. Michigan's lone Olympian and captain of the 2000 U.S. squad, senior Elise Ray, is looking forward to the rare opportunity to catch up with old friends. Kristen Maloney and Tasha…

… tough team to beat, and Michigan will have to be the best it's been all season. After suffering a tight loss to No. 1 Utah last weekend, the Wolverines have focused on the little deductions that separated…

… collegiate career by winning a three-set thriller over Ohio State's Scott Green at the Wolverine Invitational, and has yet to slow down this season. Inexperience has never been a fac- tor for Maravic. By the…

… come back and bring three friends." n't lost a step ines, posting a 1-1 record in the fall. or Maravic The Wolverines graduate four seniors g to do with this year, so Cariello's time is sure to…

… Andrew Mazlin - and hopes to sign Wolverine one more during the spring. and doubles "Our recruiting went very well," duals of the Berque said. "All three of them are big cord in both athletic guys who have…

… has had shots." already for the Wolverines, and the member of potential of others coming into the pro- Joe Cariello gram, the future looks bright for the the Wolver- Michigan tennis squad. By James V…

… took place before a Michigan varsity meet. Having a chance to watch the Wolverines in action left Rais dreaming of one day wear- ing the Michigan uniform. Now that he has reached Michigan, Rais has his…

February 03, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 75) • Page Image 3

…- ngits peak offensive performance of the season, rode rouaghshcd cver an. out-classed University of Wiscon- sin five last night at Yost Field House to smother the Badgers ,. 50C-39. The Wolverines hit the…

… tallis were sent thlrough the net. Wolverines Tlake Early -tea~d Only in the first ten minutes or the. contest was W ise-onsin able to minn- tain the furious pace set by Michi- gan, After Keith Harder sent…

… orentr ms asMcia ntt '20 points to Wiscon sin's 1 tBt te'ams flooding the floor r xith :su's:i tW'X.s. Wolverine guard Don Lind.'- MAN OF RUIM O S-I 0. "Fritz" Crisler is one of the probable candi- dates…

… period wenreti Badgerswithin eight points- of m high-fying Michigan. five. Aftert count stood a t 34-26, the Wo),lverine: started an tck: That threatened beoea rout bJefore a last-'min-,t(. Wicnin ra…

…, center, John Jenswoidl at left ing.Thie defensive l;ositions arc filled by Herb Upton anid Bob Henderson with Dick Mixer as goalie. The Wolverine scn owr will consist of 7-.)'_ enfild Fred Lounsber', r d…

…-5 victory over On the basis of tihe compoarative tiunes! tingent upon approval of proposals rO+ i1o State, the Wolverines- will try register~ed by these mren, and their to broadenx the authority and in- pto…

… reastsf l keevent. Free- (until Bcin Te nchools iiduall of the Wolverine's mat squad. utlBgTnshosidvdal stylersB I3i een1 and Bob Mowerson,I had studied suggested changes in the - .backstrokes lsob, Muns on…

February 03, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 103) • Page Image 10

…Page 10- The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 3, 1984 Willis lea (Continued from 60-59, with 3:38 to play Turner said he triedt _ sputtering Wolverine(o ds State win over Page 1) to put life into…

… academic as MSU finished on top, 72-67. Missed free throws hurt Michigan on- ce again. The Wolverines went 15-24 at the line, 4-11 in the first half. State made 30-39, including 7-7 by Willis. Although the…

… foul shooting hurt, Michigan shot well from the field. In the second half the Wolverines shot 59% (13- 22) and 55% for the game. Tarpley and Tini McCormick each went 5-5 from the floor and Rellford went…

… 6-8. But another old nemesis did haunt Michigan - a shaky first half. At first it didn't start out that way, though, as the Wolverines raced to a 17-9 lead. BUT TRANSFER forward Ken John- son keyed a…

… back against State when the two teams hold a rematch Feb. 11 at Crisler Arena. MSU plays a non-conference game with Oregon State at Jennison on Sunday. L K Fo vi Sk D. To Po M T A Wolverines Almost…

… in a friendly rivalry which has seen them finish one-two in each of the Wolverines' first three meets. Nielsen won in the team's first meet with his best toss of the season, 58-11/2. The last two weeks…

February 03, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 102) • Page Image 9

… was feated by the Indiana Hoosiers, 64-49, a hteet that for the Wolverines, was couragingly close. "We were competitive all the way rough the meet," said Wolverine >ach'Gus Stager. "But the depth of…

….. THE WOLVERINES more than held their own in the freestyle sprints, as Mark Noetzel won the 50-yard free and Fernando Canales captured the 100- and 200-yard races. "Although we didn't win, it was the best…

… which included Noetzel, Tim Dudley, and Kir- stan Vandersluis. Wolverine tanker Bruce Gemmell won the 200-yard backstroke. "I was pleased with the way I swam, and I think at this point in the season, I…

Wolverines' Kevin Williamson came in second. Dudley, Michigan's top butterflier, finished third behind a couple of high- caliber Indiana swimmers. TJIE WOLVERINES' Ron Merriott and the Hoosiers' Tim Bollinger…

February 03, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 103) • Page Image 6

… FRAN M-F, 10-2 and M-W-F 2-4 at 420 MAYNARD Beleaguered Blue test rested ..By MARC FELDMAN . The Michigan Wolverines, who rested on top of the Big Ten standings as recently as two weeks ago, will…

… touted Wolverines to the brink of elimination from title consideration. Illinois, on the other hand, could still play an important, role in the race for conference laurels, although its current prominence…

February 03, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 68) • Page Image 7

…C- Wolverines Finally Score! Morris tied the score again and try champ from the New York Ath- Bob Marshall finally counted for; Northwestern went on to pile up a letic Club, in the slow time of four Michigan at…

… ictoy. captured the two-mile handicap run Wolverines play their opponents on Klier and Boryla marked up 16 for the second straight year, scoring even terms. After Ted Frick had points each fLr the Notre…

February 03, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 86) • Page Image 12

… the title goes through come March. "We'll be excited to play (the Wolverines) at a neutral site like Joe Louis Arena," Kunitz said. "We're both top teams in the league, it's just exciting to play…

… scoring chances, but the puck was going to the net," Berenson said. Michigan started to control play for the remainder of the second period, outshooting the Bulldogs 11-5. The Wolverines finally broke…

February 03, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 105) • Page Image 9

… the game as long as he did. He picked up his third foul with 10:44 left in the first half. At the time the Wolverines were leading by four, 23-19. When he came back in five minutes later, the score was…

… managed to survive the period without pick- ing up any more personals. The Wolverines thereupon began to pull away again, but had their charge stopped by two technical fouls, one to center Ken Brady and the…

…) brings the ball upcourt on a Wolverine fast break. Rod Ford (43) and Purdue's Bill Franklin (23) race alongside. Although at times last night Wilmore had trouble controlling the ball, his 23 points led…

… pad, the Wolverines bettered Toledo by 12 yesterday. Behind by 10 points after eight minutes of the first half, the fresh- men warmed up and moved ahead four minutes later on a feed from John Bernard to…

February 03, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 73) • Page Image 11

…, the swimming coach discusses in his soft southern drawl the Mecca of swimming, and of the Wolverines who hope to make that grand pilgrim- age. He speaks of September, of Australia, of the Olympics. In…

… many vari- ables, everything had to come together perfectly for these women to make it to this point." For six of the Wolverines, everything has come together, all variables are defined and the…

… Invitational back in December that I real- ized that dream," Abbey said. "I could not be more excited than to have done it as a Michigan Wolverine." When the freshman backstroker qualified, it was with…

… have competed in my whole life," Carlburg said. A sophomore backstroker, Carlberg qualified for Trials the summer before her freshman year as a Wolverine. She has set high goals for this summer, and will…

… in common. All are Wolverines. Crisman joins five other Wolverines in a quest for Olympic status. She would like to leave an Olympic athlete. This too is her first shot at the world. "It is really a…

… team he sacrificed for. Many of the Wolverines wear the numbers they wear because those numbers represent their development as a player. could even say that I obsess with the number. A number means a…

… Michigan hockey, nine is per- haps the most storied digit. Players from Red Berenson to Brendan Morrison wore it as Wolverines. Now Mark Kosick, who has become one of the team's leading scorers, bears the…

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