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March 03, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 101) • Page Image 14

… that to the Michigan women's gymnastics team. The Wolverines (9-4, 2-1 Big Ten) scored two huge road victories in the last two weeks, both against top-lI teams. First, the Wolverines knocked off No. 11…

… Denver with a mile-high score of 197.025 on Feb. 22. Then last week, they traveled to Utah to take on No. 5 Utah, winning the event 196.750- 195.875. To make things even more sunny on the Wolverines

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

… hockey team's side. For the second straight year, the Demon Deacons handed the Wolverines their first loss of the season, recording a 2-0 shutout during the ACC/Big Ten Chal- lenge in Chapel Hill this past…

… weekend. The loss gave the Wolverines a weekend split after they beat North Carolina 2-0 on Saturday. Michigan (1-1), the defending national champion, has now lost three straight to Wake Forest since its…

April 03, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 110) • Page Image 9

… few years prior earned the title f the best team in the nation. So at the beginning of this season, when the Wolverines car-I ried their Nike bags MARK into Cliff Keen Arena, FRANCESCUfT even more…

… championship was the only talk surround- ing this program. Fans talked about it. Coach Kurt Golder talked about it. The gymnasts talked about. Repeat. When the Wolverines entered this week- end's NCAAs, they…

October 03, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

… offensive machine on the road as the Boiler- makers will fine tune their engine for a homecoming date with the Wolverines. Purdue 28, Iowa 14 No. 16 NORTHWESTERN (1-0, 3-0) AT OHIO STATE (1-0, 2-1), 7:45 P…

… against the Wolverines, will look to get the Illini back on track. Illinois needs to have this game, as it has dropped out of the top 25, and heads into a light part of their schedule - it's not facing…

… - with the Wolverine Invita- tional on Oct. 6-7. After that, Michigan will move on to the Women's Collegiate Shootout in Franklin, Ind. - the site of the Wolverines' school-record 18-hole score of 287, set…

… last season - for 54 more holes. Last year's Wolverine Invitational champion, senior Courtney Reno, will be joined by fellow seniors Misia Lemanski, LeAnna Wicks and Benedict and freshman Laura Michigan…

… after its as Michigan hitstheI record-setting marathon in Ann Arbo weekend at the eye their first team ti Lady Northern on Invitational since 199 Sept. 23, but even with the week of the Wolverines are…

March 03, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 104) • Page Image 14

… 6B - Monday, March 3, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Perfection continues at Cat Classic Blue disappointed with sixth-place finish Wolverines battle flu epidemic, stumble at Big Ten…

… Wisconsin's Camp Randall Memorial Sports Center, the Wolverines felt they could land anywhere from second to seventh place. But they found themselves on the low end with a disappointing sixth-place finish in…

… his winning jump (24-10), almost five inches ahead of sec- ond place, Harris became the first Wolverine since Derek Harper in 1984 to claim the Big Ten longjump title. The distance was also a per- sonal…

… perfect season rolling by crushing three teams at the 28th annual Cat Classic last weekend in Colum- bia, Mo. But although it seems nothing can go wrong for the Wolverines (5-0 Big Ten, 14-0 overall), the…

… squashed opponents by at least one or two full points, and hasn't trailed in a meet since Jan. 19. But the Wolverines weren't thinking ahead to Georgia when they took to the mats at the Cat Classic. Instead…

… Minnesota head- ing into the final relay. Minnesota won the event and the title. This year, it was clear that revenge was in the mind of every Wolverine. "Without a doubt, that was our motivation," Bowman…

… Botterman picked up the floor title, while sophomore Sarah Curtis grabbed the vault title (9.900) along with runner-up honors in the all-around competi- tion. But the Wolverines struggled more than usual…

May 03, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 124) • Page Image 16

… to the NCAA Championship. With 2:41 left in the fourth quarter, No. 10 Indiana tied the game for the third time at seven, erasing Michigan's two-goal lead. One minute later, the Wolverines received an…

… pass from senior Sheetal Narsai to take an early 1-0 lead. The Wolverines made the most of strong opening periods all weekend. They jumped to 3-0 lead against Bucknell and Princ- eton in the first…

April 03, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 110) • Page Image 14

…68 - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - April 3, 2000 'M' fans rock Penn State RIONA ContInued from Page 1B witha maize and blue paint brush. The Wolverines' best showmn was recorded on the uneven…

Wolverines' generous lead head- ing into the final event proved to be cru- cial. Michigan experienced uncharacter- istic difficulties on the balance beam, as the team's first fall in weeks was suffered by Cain…

March 03, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 104) • Page Image 13

… one-week span, the Michi- gan men's gymnastics team trans- formed from an also-ran into a major contender. The sixth-ranked Wolverines gave top-ranked Stanford all it could handle yesterday but lost in…

… a nail-biter, 361.30-36i.1S. Michi- gan's team total was its highest of the season, and the Sunday mati- nee performance was the closest the Wolverines have come to a per- fect meet. Michigan bested…

November 03, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 43) • Page Image 14

… experiencing what Fronzoni described as a "devastating" loss to Ohio State in Columbus last weekend, the sixth-ranked Wolverines were plagued by a nagging feeling that, perhaps this year, the regular season Big…

… Ten title might be out of reach. Their win on Saturday, though, clinched a share of this honor, which the Wolverines will split with Michigan State. "We really stumbled last Sunday, and I think it…

… showed great character on our team's part to come back today and play so well against a really nice Penn State team," Michigan coach Marcia Pankratz said. Determination was etched on each Wolverine face…

… roadblocks on its way through the matchup with Penn State, which has developed a reputation as a perennial field hockey powerhouse. The Wolverines, however, found inspiration in their graduating seniors, who…

…-clinching victory, the Wolverines illustrated their depth with four differ- Grapplers finally hit the mat in Ypsilanti By Eric Chan Daily Sports Writer With only three weeks left until the start of the season, the…

… No. 7 Michigan wrestling team got a chance to work out some of its kinks over the weekend. The Wolverines traveled to nearby Ypsi- lanti and competed in the Eastern Michigan Open. The tournament wasn…

… a 2-1 victory. The most well known name on the Michigan roster, defending national champion Ryan Bertin, did not compete. The Wolverines will travel to East Lansing next weekend to continue preseason…

… action at the Michigan State Open. JOEL FRIEDMAN/Daily Michigan's Kate Dillon looks to stop Penn State's charge during Saturday's 5-2 win by the Wolverines. The trouncing of the seventh-ranked Nittany…

… Lions clinched the conference title for the Wolverines. ent players scoring a goal. A little over a minute into the contest, Michi- gan senior Jenny Zangara nailed a shot past Penn State goalie Annie…

…. The Nittany Lions scored one, lonely goal in the first half, when two consecutive corners extended the period and allowed them the chance to slip a shot past Wolverine goaltender Beth Riley. In the…

May 03, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 124) • Page Image 14

… of the plate. After a disappointing loss to Penn State last Friday, the No. 1 Wolverines (13-2 Big Ten, 48-4 overall) had a week of practice to regain their swagger. In its doubleheader against…

…." Michigan began the second game of Sunday's doubleheader slowly. The Wolverine hitters went down one-two-three in the top of the first inning, but Michigan quickly found its stroke. In the second inning…

…, freshman Samantha Findlay started the Wolverine rally with a base hit through the middle of the field. After senior Nicole Motycka popped out, junior Grace Leutele walked. With runners on first and second…

… Spartans were not ready to lie down and let the Wolverines win easily. With a runner on second, Traci Nicosia hit a groundball down the first-base line and into rightfield to cut Michigan's lead down to one…

…, Merchant crushed a home run over the bull- pen in leftfield to increase Michigan's lead to 9-1 in the top of the fourth inning. With the lead, Ritter cruised in the fifth inning to cement a Wolverine victory…

December 03, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 44) • Page Image 9

…ahe Arichiiaau fi SPORTS Sports desk: 763-2459 sportsdesk@umich.edu SECTION B VIT M ITR I Azi i i.- 1 0 -l - -- - -- - - - --- - - --I W1 =II -I Wolverines beat up Bulldog By Chris Burke Daily…

… faceoff, the Wolverines were completing a two-game sweep of the Bulldogs. All of a sudden, first-place Michigan State is now looking over its shoulders at No. 13 Michigan (6-3-2 CCHA, 8-5-2 overall) as the…

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…

January 03, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 68) • Page Image 8

… period and it's a 0-0 game, every save is that much more crucial. You make one mistake, and your team is going home." Josh Blackburn was the last Wolverine netminder to notch back-to-back shutouts, against…

… in the first half of the season - notably against Minneso- ta, a team thatcaused Sauer consid- erable trouble in the past and held a six-game winning streak against the Wolverines. Sauer allowed just…

…, things seem to be changing. The Wolverines opened their Big Ten campaign with a dominant 63-46 thumping of Iowa at Crisler Arena Sunday. Michigan (1-0 Big Ten, 8-3 over- all) pounded a Hawkeye team that…

Wolverine center Krista Phillips bludgeoned in the post. Phillips finished the game with 12 points and three blocks, and the Wolverines shut down Iowa when it mattered most - at the end of the game. "Krista…

Wolverines when it looked like Iowa might break the game open early in the second half. The Hawkeyes garnered a bar- rage of second looks, and with 18 offensive rebounds, Iowa exploited one of Michigan…

…'s weaknesses. But Phillips and the Wolverines' inte- rior defense prevented Iowa from leading by more than two. With 10 minutes to play, Michi- gan held a slim 44-40 lead when Janelle Cooper nailed a three…

… led the Wolverines interior defense with three blocks. right now," Cooper said. We're really buying into the new system. If things aren't going the way we like it out there, we make sure we keep each…

April 03, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 110) • Page Image 15

…'s tennis team oked like it went from rags to riches this weekend. Standing next to South Florida on Friday, the Wolverines were under- manned due to their plague of injuries and illness. Two days later, even…

… playing at our full strength either so I think that it's a significant win." But the Wolverines were less con- cerned with how they won than' that they won. "The bottom line is it's Michigan ver- sus…

March 03, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 101) • Page Image 9

… exited the Wolverines lockerroom on Saturday night and saw the hoard of reporters and TV cameras waiting to greet him, he seemed a bit surprised. The team's 5-4 win over Michigan State on Saturday was the…

… 500th victory of Berenson's 19-year career in Ann Arbor. But Michigan's leader on the bench doesn't put much stock in individual accolades, especially in the crunch time of the Wolverines season. He…

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

… grown over her years here," Rademacher said. Last season, the Wolverines finished with an overall record of 13-8-1 (8-2-0 Big Ten). Michi- gan was once again unable to capture the elu- sive Big Ten…

… placed himself atop Michi- gan's career scoring list, but also led the Wolverines to their first win of the young season. Yesterday against Wright State, Cameron recorded his second straight two-goal game…

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 61

… pass from behind the net, but it hit Minnesota's Jeff Taffe and deflected toward Michigan graduated-senior goalie Josh Blackburn. Playing in his final game for the Wolverines, Blackburn made the ini…

…- tial stop, but Potulny was on the doorstep to hammer it home. The early goal drastically shifted the momentum in favor of the Gophers, whose size and quickness seemed to overpower the Wolverines from…

November 03, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 43) • Page Image 9

… streak for the first time since 1967 and headed for its first losing season since then, too. Moosman didn't need other words to convey his emotions after the Wolverines allowed a tie-break- ing, last…

… junior goalie Patrick Sperry never thought young soc- cer players would be asking for his autograph. Then again, after last year, when the Wolverines didn't win a single Big Ten OHIO STATE 0 regular M…

… ago, a game that ended with a controversial goal in the first minute of over- time. Heading into Saturday's contest no current Wolverine had ever beaten Ohio State (2-4-0 Big Ten, 9-6-2 overall). During…

… Ohio State revealed what might be Wolverines created a three-on-two the most[- odd man rush. Langlais then found impor- OHIO STATE 1 senior forward Travis Turnbull all tant key MICHIGAN 6 alone in the…

… slot. Turnbull's wrist to success shot beat Buckeye freshman goalie this season for the No. 8 Michigan Cal Heeter stick-side for the 4-0 hockey team as the Wolverines try lead. to replace last year…

…'s entire top line: One week after winning his first scoring depth. career start at Denver, Heeter skat- By the 8:00 mark of the second ed back to the Ohio State bench, his period, five different Wolverines

… perienced goaltender was just what the second frame extended Michi- the Wolverines' offense needed to gan's lead to 5-0. find their rhythm. But the Wolverines had essen- Searching for stronger on-ice tially…

…. See BUCKEYES, Page 3B Junior Peri Marosevic notched Michigan's only goal in its 1-0 win over Ohio State Saturday. It was the Wolverines first win over the Buckeyes in five years. 0 …

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 63

… Ten school. Reichenbach, entering her second season as an assis- tant coach with the Wolverines, is optimistic of Michi- gan's chances of repeating as national champions and for good reason. While…

… fantastic team returning," Reichenbach said. But the most amazing aspect of the Wolverines is their talent depth. Last season, the team had five go-to scorers, all of whom are returning, and almost the entire…

April 03, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 108) • Page Image 10

… have evolved if Mike would have been here," Michigan associate head coach Mel Pearson said. Even if Cammalleri hadn't missed those games, things couldn't have turned out much better for the Wolverines

… Milan Gajic to find an offensive rhythm. And it forced the Wolverines to develop depth that had been non-exis- tent with Cammalleri in the lineup. All of these things happened, and Michigan went 7-1-2 in…

June 03, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 125) • Page Image 50

… opponent riad beaten the Wolverines just two years ago in the same game. But they will remember that these women were the leaders and the best. Led by senior goaltender Maureen Tasch and a great all…

…'s sport. "I'm happy to bring another one home for the Wolverines," Michigan coach Marcia Pankratz said. "Men's programs, women's programs, rev- enue, non-revenue, it doesn't matter. We're just really proud…

March 03, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 104) • Page Image 12

… 4B - Monday, March 3, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom Defensive letdowns continue to plague Wolverines 6 STATE COLLEGE - hen John Beilein came to Michigan from West Virginia, Wol…

…- IAN lem is, those ROBINSON buckets have been made by opposing teams. This season, the Wolverines have made 17 fewer 3-pointers than their opponents, despite attempting 80 more. For a stretch in the…

April 03, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 104) • Page Image 14

… long- distance runners in California were less surprising, but even more impressive. The Wolverines captured one automatic and one provisional national qualifying time as well as eight automatic regional…

Wolverines (4-1 Big Ten, 10-7 overall) didn't have a single blemish on the scoreboard yesterday against Iowa (0-4, 5-8). Michigan swept the doubles competition, with a dominating victory from the No.8 duo of…

… junior Brian Hung and sophomore Matko Maravic. Michi- gan's top-dog tandem made it look easy against J.P. Ritchie and Brett Taylor. It rolled over the Hawkeyes, 8-2, improv- ing the Wolverine duo's doubles…

…'s Chaitu Malempati and Bart van Mon- sjou sealed the doubles point for the Wolverines. Mazlin's strong serves com- bined with Heller's improved net game proved to be too much for the Hawkeyes to handle. "I…

… season. With aspirations of lifting another Big Ten Championship trophy at sea- son's end, the Wolverine's start has them headed down that track. "We had a great meet," McGuire said. "We came to California…

…- en's tennis team has had the oppor- tunity to make a statement in the - Big Ten standings. And yesterday, for the second weekend in a row, the Wolverines made the wrong kind of statement. No. 32…

… Michigan (3-2 Big Ten, 9-6 overall) fell to No. 40 Iowa 5-2. It was the Wolverines' second straight dual- match loss to a ranked conference opponent. Last weekend, No. 6 North- western shut Michigan out 7…

… consistently lately," Ritt said. "She's done a good job and has been able to come in as a freshman and make a dif- ference for us" The outlook for the Wolverines was not as bleak when the match got under- way…

… the year gave the Wolverines an early 2-0 lead. Unfortunately for Michigan, it would be its only two points of the afternoon. "We played well in the doubles, and I was surprised we didn't perform better…

…- ence. Despite the loss, the Wolverines' uncertain status in the standings does not have them concerned. "We're focused on playing well," Ritt said. "If you look at the big pic- ture, you lose focus on…

November 03, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 43) • Page Image 14

… Dpily Sports Writer The Michigan volleyball team experienced a little deja v on Sat- urday. That night, the Wolverines bdt- iled a tough, ranked opponent, No. 20 Purdue, through five sets only to come…

… up empty-handed after hav- ing an early lead. It was eerily simi- lar to Michigan's five-set loss the night before, when the Wolverines slipped up against another tough, ranked opponent, No. 17…

October 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 23) • Page Image 9

… together s by 51 in a pack for as long as possible. The an has been Wolverines did a tremendous job of e mental doing this last week, and one runner was . country. able to pace the entire pack. They will…

… Michigan golf team are looking forward to competing on their home course in this weekend's Wolverine Invitational. Blue has high hopes for ho-me tournament By Rob Dean Daily Sports Writer The Michigan…

… get the type of environment that will surround the Wolverines tomorrow "It's great coming home," says Michigan head coach Mark Rosen. "Especially this week, the girls are real- ly excited about…

… than four kills pe Wolverines will rely on dept work, having returned f starters from last year's squ down the Hoosiers. competition it has seen all season in the Notre Dame Invitational. In addition to…

Wolverines must run their own race as best they can. Warhurst estimates the team's top five finishers will all have to finish in fewer than 25 minutes to give the Cardinal a run for their money. Previously, no…

… Sapp never underestimates the value of a home- cooked meal. Just two tournaments into his first season, Sapp's Wolverines have strug- gled mightily at some of the country's better collegiate golf venues…

…. But Michigan has a chance to redeem itself this weekend as it plays host to the annual Wolverine Invitational. Seven- teen teams, including five teams from the Big Ten, will play 36 holes on Satur- day…

… followed by a final 18 on Sunday. "We're obviously extremely comfort- able with the course and that has got to work in our favor," Sapp said. Being comfortable on the course is something that the Wolverines

… have not experienced this year. In its season open- ing tournament in Tennessee, Michigan finished last - partly because the Wolverines had never seen the course. For the Wolverines to make a mark in…

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 60

… By Nicholas Flees For the Daily Three members of the Univer- sity of Michigan men's track and field - former Wolverine (page 2E) Alan Webb and sophomore Nathan Brannen and graduated senior Mike…

… final race as a Wolverine. It earned him All- America status for the first time in his career. "It was a nice way to finish his senior year at Michigan," coach Ron Warhurst said. Brannen followed suit…

… end for the Michigan women's gym- nastics team. Michigan's season wasn't supposed to stop like it did, just .4 points behind Nebraska in the prelimi- naries of the NCAA Championships. The Wolverines

… were pushed out of a spot in the Super Six Team Finals in Tuscaloosa, Ala. The Wolverines eventually finished seventh out of twelve teams and missed qualifying for the Super Six for the first time since…

…- onships," Grieco said. "If you want to win the title, you have to beat everyone eventually." Before Michigan could even get off its first rotation - the uneven bars - the Wolverines dug themselves into a…

… was nerves because we've been compet- ing in this environment all year." But the Wolverines fought back after their poor performance on the uneven bars. And they fought back hard. Moving on to the…

….925, respectively, to give the Wolverines a 49.25 on the floor. Ryals' 9.925 was good enough for first place for the event. Michigan's final rotation, the vault, needed to be nearly perfect to squeak into the Super…

… Six. It was good, but not good enough. Ryals posted a 9.825, and Ray vaulted to a team-high 9.9, giving the Wolverines a 49.225 on the rotation and a 196.175 overall. "I told everyone after the meet how…

… of the champi- onships, as the Wolverines finished in 57th place. Coach James Henry thinks Jazwinski was still tired from the Big Ten Champi- onships on May 19. For the first 2,000 meters, Jazwinski…

December 03, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 59) • Page Image 5

… World Juniors By CHRIS MESZAROS Daily Sports Writer Coming into the season, Michi- gan coach John Beilein knew that just like last year, the Wolverines had to be the hunters instead of the hunted - they…

… we just got to get back to what we know we can do." Even though the Wolverines (3-3) lost by just four points, the score was deceptive. The Eagles dominated in both scoring and rebounding, nailing 47…

… lucky to get out of the period down 10 after the Eagles shot 54 percent from the court, led by forward Corey Raji. He sliced through a brittle Wolverine defense all night, finishing with 24 points. He was…

… screens to bring the Wolverines within 11. While Michigan made it appear as if the game was close, it was simply a mirage as the Eagles ran out the clock in the final min- utes. "We missed some opportuni…

… I do, and I don't think I'm doing something right. There's no way we should lose three straight games." The loss is a considerable shock after the Wolverines were ranked 15th in the nation in the AP…

October 03, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 3) • Page Image 15

… women's tennis team. And with good reason - freshman sensa- tion Chisako Sugiyama dominated the "Blue" singles flight of the Wolverine Invitational in Ann Arbor this week- end. Sugiyama steamrolled her…

… compe- tition, winning all four of her matches en route to her first championship as a Wolverine. She never even came close to dropping a set - not bad for the freshman's first collegiate matches. "I was…

… wins. Overall, the team was 11-5 in singles and 8-2 in doubles. The Wolverines had a good weekend considering they were without their top four players. Seniors Nina Yaftali and Debra Streifler as well as…

… the word of the day for the Michigan men's cross country team - serious improvement. The Wolverines started out fast, and from that boost out of the gates came much success. At the Notre Dame…

… Invitational in South Bend, the No. 14 Wolverines took sixth place in a field of 25. Even more impressive was that Michigan's top-seven runners all put up times that either matched or bet- tered their 8…

… and determination. The most notable improvement of the day was that of freshman Justin Switzer, who fin- ished 30 seconds better than his pre- vious-best, making him the second of Wolverines to finish…

…, come time for Nationals, we'll be ready." And if the Wolverines can keep slashing seconds off their times, it cO~nc' theO lonm wil hP m% nkina cnmt- The positive effect of beginning your career with…

May 03, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 124) • Page Image 13

… position. On the final turn of his third lap, On Friday afternoon, the Wolverines won that could describe Michigan's record-set- Flordia's tried to pass Woods on the outside, the distance medley relay and…

… "The last time I took the move on the the Wolverines won after Arkansas was dis- distance relay titles - the distance medley inside was at Big Tens, and that didn't end qualified. This time around…

November 03, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 42) • Page Image 8

… - 731 days, to be exact. The game on Nov. 20, 2004, accomplished something the cur- rent Michigan roster might be a little unfamiliar with: a win over Michigan State. It's not like the Wolverines haven…

… those ended in a tie. Michigan's record in those con- tests is a disappointing0-3-5. This season, there's a whole group of Wolverines who don't want that trend to continue. "I hate green and white, and I…

… the RedHawks,thenlast week- end with unranked Northeastern. "We've got to continue for two games instead of just the one," Far- Senior forward David Rohlfs and his Wolverine teammates will take n…

…- experienced Wolverines have been a surprise story for the team. Their play in the midfield has been solid in the absence of starting midfielders Danelle Underwood and Jamie Artsis, both lost to sea- son…

… defenseman Jack Johnson, won't be on the ice tonight in East Lansing. The soph- omore received a game disqualifi- cation after confronting a Husky forward who charged Wolverine netminder Billy Sauer. Johnson…

…. He has played forward all season because of a wealth of defensemen. Senior Morgan Ward will occupy Cook's vacancy up front. The Johnson-less Wolverines want to stop that 731-day drought tonight - and a…

… weekend sweep wouldn't be too bad, either. "We haven't done as well as we want to do against Michigan State," Berenson said. "We've got to take a step forward." 4 Tennant, Wolverines redeemed with win…

…, the sophomore earned his chance to erase that bitter memory. And with the Wolverines fighting for an NCAA bid they can only receive if they win the tournament, the timing couldn't have been better…

October 03, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 3) • Page Image 14

… goalkeeper Peter Dzubay with a header from six yards out for the Billikens' first tally. The Wolverines were able to muster a pair of shots on goal in the first half, but they were unable to convert. The…

… make the save. Continuing to employ this more aggressive style of play, Michigan's new tactical strategy proved to pay off. At 76:56, the Wolverines drew a St. Louis foul, setting up a free kick from…

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

…, the BASKETBALL Wolverines had to Notebook plug 6'7" Chuck Bailey into a post position as a stopgap. Because of their lack of inside depth coach Tommy Amaker was determined to upgrade the post positions…

… for this season. Enter 6-foot-l freshman Chris Hunter and his fellow rookie counterparts, 6-foot- 10 Amadou Ba and 6-foot-9 Graham Brown. The addition of those three play- ers give the Wolverines a…

…-11 Big Ten) TBA ence schedule is highlighted by its semi-annual trip to Tobacco Road against Duke and a late December game against UCLA at Pauley Pavilion. The trip to Durham may be the Wolverine's last…

…- ing forward to going on the road to play two of the more storied programs (in college basketball) when we play at Duke and UCLA." In addition to its three noncon- ference road trips, the Wolverines will…

…, the Wolverines entered the third and final match of the Pepperdine Classic with confidence and momentum on their side. They had confidence despite Pep- perdine's national ranking and home- court…

… advantage - the Waves have not lost a home match since the 2001 sea- son opener. While Pepperdine cruised through the final two games, it was hard pressed by the upstart Wolverines early in the match…

March 03, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 104) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily I michigandaily.com I March 3,2008 FRIDAY: MICHIGAN 5, FERRIS STATE 3 SATURDAY: FERRIS STATE 4, MICHIGAN 3 (OT) TRIUPH Michigan shines at Big Tens Fourth-ranked Wolverines end…

… swim, too. All the Wolverine swimmers and coaches jumped into the diving well to celebrate Michigan's 33rd Big Ten championship. Even the trophy was pulled into the pool. "We're all pretty ecstatic…

…. During the three-day meet, the Wolverines fin- ished 226 points ahead of second-place Indiana, while See BIG TENS, Page 6B Seniors Chad Kolarik (with trophy) and Kevin Porter (right) celebrate their CCHA…

… since 2005 Friday night, the maize-clad Michigan hockey team leapt off the bench and mobbed goaltender Billy Sauer. The next night, Ferris State returned the favor. The No.1 Wolverines won 5-3 Fri- day to…

… Complacency is team's biggestflaw BIG RAPIDS - happened the next night at Ferris ichigan had a storybook State didn't matter. The Wolverines ending to its final regu- weren't playing to win. They had lar…

… game again showed that And with the COURTNEY complacency is the Wolverines' Yost Ice Arena RATKOWIAK vice. This time, in a 4-3 overtime lights dimmed, loss, it was just another game the two highest where…

… of the points standings. Poor pitching crucial in loss at No. 1ASU Freshman Manny Harris goes upfor a layup in the Wolverines' loss to Penn State. Harris scored a career-high 29 points. Tiring season…

… didn't end the season but provided it some finishing touches. Michigan's 11-game winning streak over the Nittany Lions - done. Any chance the Wolverines are streaking to the fin- ish line - done. And…

…'re definitely doing a great job. But we definitely need to throw strikes if we're going to get these guys out, and we got to go after these hitters." Control has been the biggest issue for the Wolverines, and it…

March 03, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 104) • Page Image 11

… their final regular season game. Michigan didn't allow anoth- er improbable comeback. It also didn't have trouble creating shots against a tight and physical Gopher defense. The Wolverines just didn…

…-12 overall) immedi- ately hit a five-minute cold streak where it went 0-for-10 from the floor and committed three turn- overs. The Wolverines struggled to find a rhythm, Minnesota (11-7, 20- 10) jumped to a…

… baskets. Min- nesota narrowed the gap several times, but Michigan had answers. As the Wolverine offense settled down, freshman Veronica Hicks provided a spark. After the Wolver- ines were stagnant for…

… Korinne Campbell right below the basket, who scored on her second chance to tie the game at the buzzer. After the ball went in, Minne- sota never looked back. But this loss may be what the Wolverines needed…

… honor, knowing that I've accomplished something so great in Michigan history." The record-setting home run was Findlay's second of the weekend and capped off a success- ful weekend for the Wolverines

…. Michigan (17-2) started Friday with a 2-1 win over No. 18 Mis- sissippi State and a six-inning, 9-1 pounding of UC-Santa Barbara. Saturday was no different. The Wolverines easily defeated North Carolina…

Wolverines.got to work early when fresh- man Dorian Shaw hit a solo, two-out home run off Brignac in the second inning. After a pair of walks and a Ragin' Cajun error, the bases were loaded with Findlay up…

…. Behind in the count, Findlay hamnered a grand slam over the left-field fence to put the Wolverines up, 5-0. The Michigan bench erupt- ed in cheers as its senior co-captain rounded the bases. "The way she…

…) great demeanor and she's doing her part to help us win." Sunday's win marked the Wolverines' 10th consecutive victory. And with the Big Ten sea- son just a month away, Michigan looks to carry its momentum…

November 03, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 43) • Page Image 11

… appearance at Can- ham Natatorium as a Longhorn since transferring from Michigan to Texas in the spring. For the Wolverines, Urbanchek's outfit was a joke, but there was nothing funny about watching their…

… start recognizing who we are.". The meet was the second for the Wolverines with of new head coach Mike Bottom. Michigan won itsfirst meet of the season two weeks ago defeating then-No.4 Florida. Going…

October 03, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 24) • Page Image 8

…8A - Friday, October 3, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Blue gets a look at its its future in exhibition opener tomorrow Team will host open joining the Wolverines. "We've got to be…

… season Michigan recruits on the USNTDP, along with the By CHRIS MESZAROS Daily Sports Writer Thisweekend, Michigan hockey fans are in for a treat. Not only will Wolverines line up along the home bench…

May 03, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 124) • Page Image 15

… scores of 9-7, 8-1 and 7-6, don't know how the other teams did, for the Wolverines, who missed respectively. but we're closer now then we were three conference games last week- Since the Wolverines need to…

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 42

… and Washtenaw Avenue. REA I% By Jeremy Berkowitz Daily Staff Writer Continuing problems with the Wolverine Access online registration system caused hundreds of seniors to line up outside the Registrar…

… said. Students complained in 2000-2001 school year that Wolverine Access was slower than the old telephone registra- tion system, which was disconnected two years ago, but in the first days of the 2002…

March 03, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 101) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - March 3, 2003 - 5B Talkin' the talk "Biggest game of my career." - Michigan forward LaVell Blanchard, after the Wolverines' loss to Illinois, when asked how the…

… after noon for the Wolverines, connecting on just 4-of-17 shots. Powelis defense makes final minutes difficult for Blanchard how far 'AV C inderella's clock appears to have finally hit midnight. With the…

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…

April 03, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 104) • Page Image 9

… a grand slam, the sophomore did what she does best, crushing a 2-2 pitch over the centerfield fence. The blast capped off No. 12 Michigan's dominating sweep of Minnesota (the Wolverines won a pair of…

…-tying performance grabbed all the attention, but it was the one-two punch of senior second baseman Tiffany Haas and sophomore centerfielder Alessandra Giampaolo at the top of the order that sparked the Wolverines (2…

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

… about losing two of his best players in the span of a few days this summer, he responded, "It's been a tough week." The Wolverines lost their No. 1 scoring threat, Mike Cammalleri, and their top returning…

… after giving the Michigan coaching staff verbal assurances that they would be returning to suit up for the Wolverines this season. The sudden and unexpected departure of the two stars has left the…

… by the Calgary Flamesas the 10th overall pick this summer. Nystrom is only the fourth Wolverine to be selected in the top 10. While this pick surprised some, one group that expected it was the Michigan…

… selected in the eighth round as the 244th overall pick by the Edmonton Oilers. DANNY MOLOSHOK/Daily Mike Camallerl was one of two Wolverines to leave school this summer to play in the NHL. Cammalleri was…

… sophomore. Michigan State loses goalie Miller to NHL By Bob Hunt Daily Sports Writer Michigan State goaltender and fre- quent Wolverine-killer Ryan Miller has decided to forgo his senior season and sign a…

… professional ranks, the Wolverines will now face an inexperienced goaltender in their four players at a time, which will allow him to evaluate both Wyandotte and Tobe. Comley expects that he will use both…

November 03, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 24) • Page Image 10

…, struggling Wolverines (4-8 Big Ten, 10- 1 overall) is what sets her apart. "There were a couple of years where in practice she was the only other middle blocker besides our starting middles," Rosen said. "So…

… will provide the same spark as she did this past weekend. The Wolverines need to win five of eight matches to clinch a .500 record and qualify for the postseason. "We need to buckle down, since we really…

… summer, Fardig has gotten his shot sooner than expected. Playing center for Michigan's fourth line, the freshman notched his first career goal as a Wolverine in the sea- son opener at home against Quinnipi…

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…

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 57

… basketball team that can run with the "Running Rebels?" That may be a reality for this year's Wolverines, who lost most of their size but gained several quick and aggressive recruits - leading m'any to believe…

… wanted to instill, and his Wolverines showed signs of it in their two Big Ten Tournament games. A usually stoic Amaker vehe- mently yelled at Bernard Robinson and other Michigan guards to jump into a fast…

… Harris' decision to become a Wolverine. Harris was immediate- ly impressed with Amaker when he came to watch Harris play just weeks after becoming Michigan's basketball coach. The three other people…

… State," Harris noted. "I want to change that." LOOKING FARTHER DOWN THE ROAD: Tommy Amaker has locked up the top in-state recruit for the 2004-05 season. The Wolverine reported that rising junior Ronald…

… By Jim Weber Daily Sports Writer A season that turned bad quickly ended with a thud. The Wolverines, who were a presea- son favorite to win the Big Ten title, lost 62-49 to Valparaiso in the first…

… round of the 2002 women's NIT. It was the third lowest point total for the Wolverines all season. Jennifer Smith led Michigan with 20 points on 7-of-11 shooting from the field. The rest of the Wolverines

… her free throws. Guard Katie Boone followed with 14 points and a game-high 12 rebounds, nine of which came in the second half Trailing by four points with five min- utes remaining, the Wolverines

… Nieuwveen's 18 points. As a team, Valparaiso shot 59 percent from inside the 3-point arc. Smith was the only Michigan player to record double digits in the first half, tallying 12 points. The Wolverines

… the Wolverines struggled against the Big Ten. U - Eg l E AGM.ll …

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 62

Wolverines were at a disadvantage all season because he was given the job so close to the start of the season. He also missed the first month of fall practice while he tended to his sick mother in California…

… to the future of Michigan softball - sophomore pitcher Nicole Motycka. In the Wolverines' 1-0 loss to Nebraska, Michigan coach Carol Hutchins went with Motycka, the 2002 Big Ten Fresh- man of the Year…

November 03, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 43) • Page Image 15

… Spartans to win the championship title by three points. This year the Wolverines went into the Champi- onships as the underdog behind rival Michigan State. Michigan came out ahead again, earning the respect…

… Allen-Young, a senior, finished third overall in her first appearance at the Big Ten Championships, earning All-Big Ten honors and providing the Wolverines with a solid hold on the team title. "It was a…

March 03, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 101) • Page Image 7

… behind just Josh Blackburn (1998-2002) and Al Montoya (2002- 2005) on the Wolverines' all-time shutout list. Sauer was at his best in Satur- day's second stanza. Ferris State's Casey Hines launched a…

Wolverines have been shut out three times with Sauer in net and just once with Hogan. But lately, Sauer has received the support needed to win, with the Wolverines scoring four goals in both of his last two…

… help. Since the Cowboys are probably already in the tournament, the Wolverine faithful will want to see them 7RLiN WAGNtR/ bury Kansas State on Tuesday. JuniorDenis Clemente, a Puerto Rico native, is…

… to the NCAA Tournament. The Golden Gophers have lost five of their last seven and need to win one of its last two games to finish .500 in conference play. The Wolverines want Wisconsin to win because…

… HOEMANN/AP the Wolverines in the conference Sophomore Mike Davis has poured in 11.6 points per game for the Illini this year. standings. Michigandoes'twant that to happen. CALIFORNIA AT ARIZONA, THURSDAY AT…

… Washington and California held a lead heading into the final 10 minutes before falling to then-19 UCLA. Both losses gave Michigan a boost on the bubble. But on Thursday night, the Wolverines want Laval Lucas…

… a row KENTUCKY AT FLORIDA, SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. Root for: Florida This is potentially a lose-lose situation for the Wolverines. r Both the Gators and the Wild- cats are on the fringes of the bubble, and…

December 03, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 44) • Page Image 15

…, but it was good enough. At the 53-team Cliff Keen Invitational in Las Vegas, Nev. this past weekend, the Wolverines did- n't wrestle at their highest level, but they still managed to win big. Michigan…

… scored 163 points, with West Vir- ginia.taking second with 127. The Wolverines have been attending the tournament for the past 20 years, but this was their first title. "Our intensity level is something we…

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