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February 04, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 67) • Page Image 9

…'s tennis off 1to fast start By Nita Srivastava Daily Sports Writer Game ... set ... match, Wolverines. So it was for the Michigan women's tennis team after the Wolverines upset Wisconsin and Northwestern in…

… their first dual matches of the season. The Wolverines, ranked 42nd in the nation, and fifth in the Midwest, defeated the defending Big Ten cham- pion Badgers on their home turf in Madison, 5-2, on Friday…

February 04, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 87) • Page Image 9

… her to become a role player on a team she once owned. By the end of last season, Bies had established herself as one of the BigTen's premier forwards. Then a junior, Bies led the Wolverines in both…

… points in 16 of the Wolverines' 30 games. A staple in the Michigan lineup, Bies started 29 games, aver- aging 31.5 minutes a game. For her impressive 2001-2002 campaign, Bies capped off a brilliant year by…

…'s Vietnamiza- tion policy, the NLF and "Alli- Crumpton drafted by Atlanta Beat By Bob Hunt Daily Sports Writer The event may not have been on ESPN, but on Sunday, a Wolverine's dream of going pro became a…

February 04, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 74) • Page Image 11

… for second place when they come to town for a three-way meet this weekend. In this threesome, the Wolverines should be the eaders and best. While it's important to finish the dual meet portion of their…

… have one strong link in their feeble chain. John Munley, who qualified for the 200 freestyle Olympic trials, will challenge Wolverines Jason Mallory arid Mike McWha. Ohio State (2-1, 7-1) will present a…

… personal bests" One Wolverine is particularly excited for the meet. Every time senior Jay *antin runs in the shade of the Golden Dome, big things happen for the distance runner. His freshman season, Cantin…

… run and expected to qualify in the 5000, Warhurst said that running Cantin in the mile "will be like having an ace in the hole." Cantin is not the only Wolverine who has fond memories of this meet. Last…

… year, four Wolverines Yvon individual titles, including sophomore Bob Arnold, hose high jump victory was especially eroic since he was suffering from mononucleosis at the time. Arnold may not have the…

… thinks that junior pole vaulter Charles DeWildt is capable of picking up the slack. If DeWildt can improve his recent vault of 17-foot-1, it could translate into a lot of points for the Wolverines. Senior…

February 04, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 87) • Page Image 8

Wolverines, fans should not panic After the first 20 minutes of Sunday's game at .: Wisconsin, Michigan found itself trailing the lowlyn Badgers (who held a 5-14 record going in) 34-30. A few ticks into the…

… 10 minutes left in the contest, the deficit remained in double digits, and Michigan found itself inan extremely strenuous position. A loss would drop the Wolverines' Big Ten mark. to 2-6, making the…

… overall savvy play of a presea- son first-team all-conference selection. Luckily for the Maize and Blue, one Wolverine bared all these traits by herself. Unfortunately, this well-qualified,, renaissance…

… woman of basketball spent the game's FILE PHOTO final 10 minutes riding the pine. Foul trouble? No. Michigan forward LeeAnn Bies has not started for the Wolverines in weeks after being named to the…

…- sance High School junior Joe Craw- ford to play for the Wolverines last Thursday night. Crawford, a 6-foot-4 swingman, joins Romulus' Ronald Coleman as the two current members of Michigan's class for…

… continued his rapid rise as a teammate of Coleman on the AAU team The Family - the team for which current Wolverines Lester Abram and Graham Brown played together - when he led them to the AAU State…

…. Coleman and Crawford's commit- ments for 2004-05 mean that this year's recent run of success for the Wolverines could be just a brief glimpse of some incredible things to come. See CRAWFORD, Page 10…

… hatever you do, don't panic. This applies much less to the members of the Michigan basketball team, rather it is intended for its fans; simply because the Wolverines have dropped two games in a row does not…

… better). Jalen Rose and com- pany had their struggles and rarely does any team make it through the season without them. These Wolverines should be treated the same way as the greats that came before them…

February 04, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 67) • Page Image 10

… the O'Chariey's Tennis Classic. The Wolverines beat Big Ten rival indiana to capture third place at the tournament. Men's tennis ousts nval Indiana to takwe tierd at O'Charley's Bullock Ten honor From…

… week, leading the Wolverines to vic- tories at Penn State and at home over archrival Michigan State. In last Tuesday's game at the Bryce Jordan Center, Bullock led all scorers with 23 points - eight of…

… Michigan's first road contest of the season. Bullock is the only Wolverine to have garnered the award since Jalen Rose was named Player of the Wee* on Feb. 14, 1994. Michigan's Juwan Howard had won the award…

… the previ- ous week. Bullock is the first Wolverine since Gary Grant in 1988 to earn the honor twice in one season. L. si BOTTLES s$1 WELL SCHNAPPS SHOTS FREE FBAHAMA0- MIDNIGHT DJ JOHN KING SPINS…

…. Playing in their first team match of the season, the Wolverines posted a third-place finish in the O'Charley's Tennis Classic in Knoxville, Tenn. The Wolverines defeated one ranked opponent and put quite a…

… dropped all three doubles matches, giving UAB an early 1-0 lead. The Wolverines were able to recover from the shaky start, however. In a con- vincing turnaround, the team took five of the six singles…

February 04, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 74) • Page Image 9

… a second game, the Wolverines will be forced to face arguably the nation's best backcourt Sunday without their star shooting guard. The weight of the Wolverines will likely be placed on Wolverines

… State Jan. 16, 1999: Michigan 84, Ohio State 74 On the back of 22 points and 10 rebounds by josh Asselin, the Wolverines stunned No. 21 Ohio State. Michigan scored 53 points in the second half and shot 11…

February 04, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 60) • Page Image 7

…/Daily Redshirt junior Jon Horford saw just eight minutes and went scoreless as the Wolverines dropped their first Big Ten game. Frontcourt lacks presence By DANIEL WASSERMAN Daily Sports Editor On Saturday, when…

… - the Indiana guard had a game- leading 27 points while holding sophomore guard Nik Stauskas to just six points - was an ineffective outing from what has been a surprisingly productive Wolverine

…, averaging 17.2 points in conference play, has drawn much of the credit for the Wolverines' 10-game win streak that was snapped by the Hoosiers, Michi- gan's under-the-radar frontcourt tandem has filled in…

… charity stripe, including a couple key front-end misses with the Wolverines trailing down the stretch. Though his 10 rebounds were a respectable figure, someone had to grab rebounds for Michigan, which was…

… conference games to date. On an afternoon with Stauskas stifled from the open- ing tip, the lack of scoring in the post resulted in a 63-52 loss, the Wolverines' lowest-scoring total of the season. "I don…

Wolverines ended a four-game losing streak to the Badgers that dated back to November 2009. Just as important, though, were the individual slumps that ended. The first by freshman for- ward Tyler Motte, who…

… point in 20 of the Wolverines' 22 games this season. "It was good for (Motte) to get out of his slump, because he is a player who the puck fol- lows," said Michigan coach Red Berenson. "He's a smart…

… as the Wolverines turn scoreless slumps into scoring streaks. Of course, not everyone scored against a strong shot- blocking Badger defense. The power play went 0-for-8 and some of Michigan's top…

Wolverines slumped ed the game- through December, scoring third period eight points - six goals and r five points, two assists - in seven games, goals, in five including a goal in Madison against the and an…

… assist in each game recorded the against the Spartans. oal to secure Still, Copp's weekend is Wolverines. less of an indication that the s about time," Hobey Baker Award finalist is "He's had slumping than…

February 04, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 71) • Page Image 15

…-124 may not have shown it, the Wolverines kept close the entire meet and still earned seven firsts on the day, six by those who qualified for NCAAs. "I thought Carlberg going back-to-back was just steady…

…-caliber were consistent both days. I like what I saw out there for the most part." The Wolverines will now go into a break period to train for the Big Ten Championships which will be held in Ann Arbor Feb. 20…

… four other events. Meanwhile, Edward Umphrey finished third in the all-around with strong perform- ances throughout, but Golder sin- gled out another Wolverine for praise. "My pick for performer of the…

… year. It also was able to get a few gymnasts back from injuries. "There's only one place for us to go, and that's up," Golder said. "We have the potential and talent." The Wolverines will need to improve…

… State's mascot, paraded around the deck dangling a stuffed wolverine from a chain. He swung the unfortunate animal around in front of the Michigan team and then drowned it in the diving pool. That was the…

February 04, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 88) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday - February 4, 1991 - Page 5 FOUR WOLVERINE SWIMMERS SET POOL MARKS 'M' wins in record style by Andy DeKorte *'and Ken Sugiura Daily Sports Writers EAST LANSING…

… was. The Wolverines spotted the host Spartans a 50-43 lead after 5 events before storming back, getting a big boost again from diving coach Dick Kimball's troops. Redshirt frosh Eric Lesser 9 claimed…

… the top spot for the Wolverines on the 1-meter board with 293.55 points. Senior Steve Hamerski, recently returned from a shoulder injury, gave the Maize and Blue a shot in the arm with a 3- meter board…

… totaled a 31-7 advantage over the Spartan divers. But, as Urbanchek might tell you, that wasn't half of the excitement. The No. 13 Spartans came into the meet rested and ready to topple the No. 3 Wolverines

… our really hard training," junior Eric Wunderlich said. However, the Wolverines were up to the task and ended the meet going away. In his first dual meet this season, captain Mike Barrowman led the way…

… the 200 breaststroke, he won in 2:01.28, lopping :3.02 off the McCaffree Pool record in the process. Barrowman's record was only one of four set by the Wolverines during the meet. Junior Eric Namesnik…

… established the 200 backstroke pool standard with a clocking of 1:50.34 in addition to taking the 1000 freestyle, hitting the wall in 9:21.06. The last Wolverine record-setter was perhaps the most notable…

…. Sophomore Brian Gunn replaced Olympic legend Mark Spitz's 19- year old pool record in the 200 butterfly, stopping the clock in 1:48.50. MICHEtLLEtUaJi Michigan swimmer Noel Strauss powers the Wolverines to…

… Writer At the very least, February will be a less hectic month than January for the Michigan women's swimming team. The Wolverines hope that February will also produce better results. Saturday, Michigan…

…Cracken join Hyduk and Higgins as four key Wolverines who are currently sidelined by the flu. "What makes their situation even worse is that their illnesses are all respiratory-related," coach Jim Richardson…

February 04, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 89) • Page Image 9

… said. Whatever words Bowman actually used, they worked. After the pep talk, Michigan didn't lose a single event. The Wolverines not only finished the meet with a 194-140 victory over the Buckeyes (10…

…-1, 3-1 Big Ten), but also handed them their only loss of the season. Duringthe two-day meet, Michigan faced a competitive field of Big Ten opponents. In addi- tion to beating Ohio State, the Wolverines

February 04, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 73) • Page Image 5

… round. Michigan is seeded second in its pool. The twelve teams remaining will try to spike their way to the finals in single elimination play. Michigan's Chad Stielstra said he thinks the Wolverines will…

…. We usually fare well here in front of our home crowd." The Wolverines added three new players to the roster last week. Michi- gan coach Pam Griffin said he hopes the additions and her new defensive…

February 04, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 88) • Page Image 7

… now stands at 4-3. The marvelous weekend started on Friday when the Wolverines scored a 259.25 to a 256.95 win over Illinois- Chicago, and a 242.5 victory over Kent State. CAPTAIN Mitch Rose placed…

… the all-around with a 52.60. he came in first place on both the horizontal bars (9.40), and the parallel bars (9.30). These scores helped the Wolverines (263.20) to overcome Iowa State (261.10), and…

… Janne Klepek who finished fourth in the all-around with a 36.15, her highest all-around score as a Wolverine. Another freshman, Amy Meyer, also performed well with a fourth place finish on the balance…

… r By CHRISTIAN M. MARTIN The 14th-ranked Wolverines blasted Eastern Michigan's swim team out of the water this weekend, 72-41, in a meet that was a "tune-up, a chance to relax," as Michigan head coach…

… Friday at Matt Mann pool. Resting some of their better swim- mers and swimming out of their nor- mal rotations the Wolverines still dominated the event, capturing eight of the ten swimming events and oil…

… bumper-to-bumper traffic jam. Friday's 85-74 loss at Northwestern and Sunday's 72-67 win at Wisconsin jammed the Wolverines into a three- way tie for third place in the Big Ten. They now share 5-4 records…

… lane and geared up for a disheartened Wolverine squad that had just lost two in a row. According to Michigan head coach Bud Van De Wege, the Badgers did not play like the Sunday drivers they were made…

February 04, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 70) • Page Image 9

… of Michelle Hall. Hall, who made her return to the Wolverine lineup just last weekend follow- ing an early-season foot injury, was suspended by the NCAA for her involvement in a scuffle with Indiana…

… sixth place on the Wolverines' career rebound list and became the 10th leading career scorer. She now has 521 rebounds and 925 poiits in her two-and-one- half seasons. victory ov by Sharon Lundy Daily…

… Sports Writer The Michigan women 's tennis team cruised to an 8-1 victory in its home opener this weekend against+ Eastern Michigan. Wolverine sin- gles players led the strong victory, each with decisive…

…, Wolverine Kalei Beanon led the team with a victory over Eastern Michigan's Caryn Stube, 6-1, 6-1. Michigan's Amy Malik defeated Eagle Naomi Mokelke, 6-4, 6-1, for the triumph at No. 2 singles. First…

…-year Wolverine Jamie Fielding defeated EMU's Nicole Gottschalk at No. 3 singles, 6-2, 6-0. Ritt was pleased with the per- formance of her first-year players. "This was our first competition since early November…

… solid 6- 0, 6-2 victory over Lauren er Eagles Watassek. Another first-year Wolverine, No. 5 singles player. Allison Schlonsky, topped Julie Thompson, 6-2, 6-1. Michigan co- captain Freddy Adam played…

… indoor track meet at Champaign. The Wolverines ended up losing to host Illinois, but they easily pulled away from the rest of the competition. The final results of the five-way meet found Illinois scoring…

February 04, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 73) • Page Image 10

… match for 8:30 in the morn- ing. "It's tough to get up and play first thing like that," Brakus said. His first set result is evidence of that. On his first service game, the Wolverines' No. 1 singles…

…'s basketball team, it has certainly provided the Wolverines with hard-fought victories over Michi- gan State the past two seasons. Two years ago, Michigan won in overtime, and last year, managed a four- point…

February 04, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 73) • Page Image 12

…12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 4, 1994 HOCKEY Continued from page 10 Despite their lack of scoring in recent games, the Wolverines have suffered only one defeat in the con- ference…

Wolverines beat the Bulldogs, 5-2, in Big Rapids Nov. 6 in one of the more hard-fought con- tests of the season. Michigan swept the Golden Flashes in Kent Dec. 10 and 11 rather easily, winning by scores of 6…

… strong performance at the Las Vegas Classic in early Decem- ber. But the dual meet portion of the Wolverine season hasbeen a disap- pointment for the team, thus far. Michigan (0-3 Big Ten, 5-5 over- all…

…) has lost five of its last six dual meets and resides in the conference basement. The Wolverines have the oppor- tunity to vacate this position with victories tonight against Ohio State and tomorrow…

… enough numbers on the board to (win) the way our first three or four wrestlers have been wres- tling." The Wolverines are also short- handed at the 126-pound weight class. Freshman Brandon Howe is out for…

… records of 1-2-1 in conference play. But a second look shows that both teams are going in the opposite direction of the Wolverines. Sunday, the Buckeyes beat third- ranked Penn State, 22-12, and tied the…

Wolverines with the ultimate advantage. Fisher will look to Olivier Saint-Jean to provide key minutes, as the freshman swingman has done lately. "The guy who has become most confident substituting is Olivier…

February 04, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 87) • Page Image 8

…8 - Friday, February 4, 2011 Th Mchga Dil -mihianaiy Io Blue will catch Ohio State soon enough CHRISDZOMBACK/aily Freshman guard Tim HardawayJr. led the Wolverines with his 15 points on 3-of-7…

… the more sometimes our offense was just at powerful home team. a standstill." But this time - unlike in East Michigan did most of its dam- Lansing - the Wolverines fell age in transition in the first…

February 04, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 71) • Page Image 12

… points behind Michigan State, the Wolverines will welcome a streaking Nebraska-Omaha team to Ann Arbor for a two-game weekend series. The first of the two will be televised on Fox Sports Net. Currently…

… road jersey that Michigan junior John Shouneyia is sporting has been kind to the Wolverines this season. leers b-ring 'A'game on the road Werner electrifies powerplay, tallies four points for the weekend…

February 04, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 73) • Page Image 11

…. However, if parity is indeed the theme of sports today, somebody needs to inform the Michigan women's swimming team. The Wolverines continue to dominate the Big Ten as they attempt to end their season…

… Garland O'Keefe and Anne Kampfe. Garland is a former na- tional finalist and is a senior this year at IU, so there'll be some good races." Wolverine Melisa Stone should provide the Hoosiers plenty of com…

…- petition in the sprint department. The Ohio native helped lead Michigan over Ohio State last week- end with first-place finishes in the 50- and 100-meter freestyle. She also became the third Wolverine ever…

… quantitative sport. "You know the range in which people can perform. I would expect us to perform well, and if we do, we should win the meet." In order to do so, the Wolverines will need to have continued good…

… ef- forts from juniors Lara Hooiveld and Alecia Humphrey. Both had strong showings against the Buckeyes last weekend. Hooiveld won the 200-meter breaststroke by six seconds over fel- low Wolverine Jodi…

February 04, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

… 70 penalties over the course of the two- game series, good for 151 minutes. Between altercations, the teams managed to play 120 minutes of hockey, as the Wolverines extended their winning streak to 12…

… what he called cheap shots by the Wolverines. After that series, Welsh said that Michigan "outclassed us in everything except class." This time, the Buckeye skipper was humming the same tune. "We can…

… hockey, believe me, but they won't let us. I'm not happy with this kind of game." In the Wolverine lockerroom, the players seemed frustrated with the entire situation. "That's just their style," soph…

…," rookie de- fenseman Aaron Ward said. "There's a few guys on their team I wouldn't mind having another shot at." The Wolverines (21-4-3 in the Central Collegiate Hockey Associa- tion, 24-5-3 overall) don…

… Michigan's Mike Helber delivers a crushing check to Buckeye Don Oliver. The Wolverines displayed this dominance throughout the weekend as they swept Ohio State. Chippewas pinned by Blue wrestlers by Jason…

… - as the Micih 'n wrestling squad squashed overm,.,ched Cen- tral Michigan last Thursday, 37-3. The 34-point drubbing was the ninth straight Wolverine triumph over CMU. In their "rivalry," Michigan owns…

… a perfect 9-0 mark, y including five victories by more than 30 points. The Wolverines (10-4) leapt quickly out of the gate in Mount Pleasant, winning the opening six matches - one by pin and three. by…

… the Wolverines occurred at 150 pounds, where redshirt newcomer Brian Harper (16-14-1) decisioned Chippewa Doug Schyck by a nar- row, 5-3 margin. With time running out in the closely fought match, Harper…

…-2 count. As usual, the senior veteran Wolverines executed near-flaw- lessly. Salem Yaffi (21-9-1) recorded a fall over Dan Cherovian at 2:30 of the first period, and team captain Fritz Lehrke (24…

… a lot." In his rookie season with the Wolverines, he contracted mono- nucleosis. Yet he stayed in the water, despite the objections of the coaching staff. "He's very intense when we work out. He's not…

February 04, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 88) • Page Image 14

…. It would hav for the Wolverines to ha first-half mistakes. After< 13 turnovers in that half could not be in a wor mind. The Wolverines we breaking apart. They wi verge of self-destruction one person…

… could stop i man, VanDeWege, could come into the lockerroom it quits. But give them cr Wolverines came back brink, VanDeWege grab his team and pulled it ba edge. lie caught this run of desolation and…

… Becky Weiss Daily Sports Writer When she stepped up to the starting line to run the mile in Saturday's Meyo Invitational, Wolverine junior Amy Bannister knew her competition. Not only-did she win the race…

… the race, about Big Tens which Foster commented, "She was pushing the pace pretty well. She tried to stay with the top three as long as she could." Suzzette Thweatt also came through for the Wolverines

February 04, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 104) • Page Image 8

… with its jugular torn open and bleeding badly as it was handed a 5-4 setback by the Soo Lakers. The Wolverines, who have now lost five straight, are nestled in an eighth-place tie with Lake Superior with…

… identical 9-14 league records.:The top-eight teams in the league make the CCHA playoffs. THE WOLVERINES did put up a valiant fight as they scratched and clawed to make the contest close. "I thought we played…

Wolverine defenseman Todd Carlile off for slashing. The Wolverines responaea 45 seconds later with a goal of their own as Bjork- man banged home the rebound of a Spring shot. It was Bjorkman's ninth goal of…

… the year. KEVIN COLLAR put the Soo Lakers up by three once more at 16:56, but the Wolverines bounced back quickly again, this time taking only eight seconds to score after the Soo Laker goal. Frank…

…. Michigan's chances of making the play-offs are diminishing quickly and will not get any better as the Wolverines will have tough series with Ferris State, Northern Michigan and Michigan Tech coming up. ,o…

February 04, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 107) • Page Image 8

…-contact sport. But last night the Broncos of Western Michigan dispelled that myth, as they muscled their way to a 64-63 vic- tory over the Michigan Wolverines at Crisler Arena. "Our inside game was the decisive…

… factor in this win," said Broncos' coach Fran Ebert, who upped her career Dietz record against Michigan to an im- ... scoreless down stretch pressive 14-2. ges wo Diane Dietz was the Wolverines' main…

…." Both coaches agreed it was a sloppy game as Michigan committed 30 tur- novers to Western's 26. many of the Wolverine miscues came on the Wolverines' fast-break. These blown chances proved to be…

… advantageous to the Broncos as they converted the Blue errors into points. "I guess we kind of slopped this vic- tory, " said Ebert. The Wolverines, who are now 7-12, take to the road against Miami of Ohio in…

… Photo by BRIAN MASCK MICHIGAN'S TAMMY SANDERS looks for some way out of the Western Michigan forest underneath the basket in last night's frustrating 64-63 Wolverine loss to the physical Broncos. Totals…

February 04, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 107) • Page Image 10

… trait: neither have been kept. Despite the fact that team scores have not been kept in any of the Wolverines' meets thus far, an analysis can be made as to how the individual runners have been performing…

…. The following are the early returns on Michigan Track '81. FIELD EVENTS: The Wolverines' James Ross (with a jump of 25'0"), Vincent Bean (23'11") and Derek Har- per (23'10") swept the first three places…

… this time," said Wolverine head coach Jack Harvey. Michigan is well-represented in the shot put by freshman John Nielsen, whose longest toss of 58'10%" leaves Shea makes NCAA's in half-mile at M' Relays…

… 15'6" this year. "He's really going to have to improve to help us in the Big Ten meet," Harvey cautioned. SPRINTERS AND HURDLERS: The Wolverine sprinters are Andrew Bruce, Butch Woolfolk and Chris…

…-meter dash in 6.5 seconds and doubled in the 55-meter high hurdles, finishing in a time of 7.8. In addition to Fitzpatrick, other members of the Wolverines' hurdling contingent are Shelby Johnson, Mar…

February 04, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 71) • Page Image 14

… with superior conditioning. It seems like the Wolverines got the message. Although nearly every match was tight, Michi- gan wrestlers were always on the offensive. "I was happy with the way we competed…

… in dominating fashion. Olson also won at the NWCA All-Star classic, beating No. 3 Rick Springman from Pennsylva- nia,13-8. The Wolverines' only losses came at the hands of Illinois' best wrestlers…

… closest com- petitor, Michigan State, could muster. Senior co-captain Jodie Rosenberg was the third Wolverine in the floor exercise and ended up tying a career high in the event with a 9.875, prevent- ing…

… think it's great that we are doing so well without Elise Ray." The only conflict for the Wolverines may have been how Plocki and Ryals viewed Ryals' floor exercise yesterday. "If there was any difference…

… best 10," she said. BETTER AND BETTER: The Wolverines have improved their all-around score every single week since opening the season in Maui a month ago. At this time last year the Wolverines had yet to…

… score over a 196.3 and were sitting at 7-4. But thanks to career high scores from gymnasts this weekend, the 9-2 Wolverines see the sky as their limit. "This is where we want to be," Plocki said…

… that was good enough for second place in the event behind Ryals. The Wolverines now have a week to nurse and train before they welcome No. 2 Georgia to Crisler Arena on Sun- day. *1 Calli Ryals earned…

February 04, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 88) • Page Image 12

… the ugly this weekend as the Wolverines traveled to face Ohio State in Columbus. Michigan's hockey team is good, Ohio State's is bad, and the two games they played were very, very ugly. Saturday, the…

… Buckeyes. BUCKEYES Continued from page 1 scoring explosions in the second stanza. In the first game, the Wolverines bombarded Ohio State goaltender Mike Bales with 15 shots in the first period, but Bales…

…' for frustrated Wolverine frosh by Mike Gill Daily Sports Writer COLUMBUS - is learning about the: knocks. And hard breaks. David Oliver school of hard He wonders what he ever did to desefve such bad…

… fate. Friday night, the rookie Wolverine suf- fered a broken leg (technically, a broken fibular), which will idle him for the remainder of the regular season and at least part of the playoffs. Oliver…

February 04, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

… negotiations are the current impasse is a direct satisfactorily concluded." Lev Alcindor L...... by Jim Forrester Hgot',i cold- ' with the Wolverine Icers IF YOU WOULD have asked "For whom the bell tolls…

…," last Friday night, you would have had to answer the Wolverine hockey team. In what can be fairly described as the most unbelievable com- bination of stupid plays and ineptness ever thrown onto the ice…

… and still called a game, the icers got stomped by Minnesota by a 6-3 count. But if you asked the same question Saturday at about 11 P.M., the inescapable conclusion would be that the Wolverines were…

… 'Gophers put up a good defensive show, but their attack was built around Wolverine mistakes and lazy play. a Cut to the third period Friday. Michigan is behind, 4-3, and on the power play. The Gophers get…

… the puck and Scott Buchan wants to clear it down the ice. Michigan forward Doug Galbraith goes after Buhan, Buchan flicks his wrists and the puck goes over the Wolverine's outstretched stick. Buchan…

… with a shot into the now open right side. Minnesota Coach Glen Sonmor accurately depicted the Wolverine style of play. "When you play as offensively as they do, you're bound to take some chances." Custer…

… took a better chance at the Little Big Horn. After the breakaway, the Wolverine play dropped to a margin of laziness. A jury of little old ladies would 'have hung them for their sluggish play. Cut to…

… Gopher Bill Klatt behind the Michigan net about five minutes after Roddy's score. He is moving back and forth behind the Wolverine goal un- hindered, looking for a friendly brown jersey to pass to in front…

…-existant wing or to the other ,team. THEN CAME SATURDAY NIGHT. If the Wolverines were ter- rible Friday, they were terrifying Saturday. They came out skating and hitting as they hadn't for the entire season. They…

…, but was able to make thesaves. r "We shot several times and that guy didn't even move" said Wolverine defenseman Lars Hansen. The puck would hit a skate or a post or by accident McLacklan would move in…

February 04, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 69) • Page Image 9

…, No. 18 Isaac Miller will battle with Michigan's Damion Logan, ranked No. 20. If the Wolverines can escape from the first three rounds with some points on the board, they can begin to feel confident…

…. Michigan State does not field a ranked opponent until No. 10 Will Hill at the 167 weight class --and even then the Wolverines can remain confi- dent. At the 167 weight class, Michigan starts No. 3 Jeff…

February 04, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 87) • Page Image 10

… schol- arship available for the class of 2004. That needed point guard could fill the final scholarship, and could come from a familiar place, as Michigan is courting current Wolverine Daniel Horton…

… that the Wolverine s' freshmen for- HOCKE wards are for real. They con- Notebook tinue to produce numbers beyond their years, and they're drawing rave reviews from coaches and teammates. Said Wolverines

… decided to bring them together onto the same line to pro- vide the team a boost with the Wolverines trailing. The freshmen responded, getting Michigan on the board 7:32 into the second period. With the…

Wolverines down four, Kaleniecki notched a score off of a nifty exchange with Tambellini at the top of the Bull- dogs' zone. The Livonia native launched a wristshot over Ferris State goalie Mike Brown to cut…

February 04, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 105) • Page Image 9

… but seven of them coming in the second half. The Wolverines went into the bonus at the 13:12 mark of the second half, and received 15 opportunities to shoot one-and-one. Of these, Michigan missed the…

… front end of the bonus four times and a total of nine charity tosses off the bonus. There was no reason for the Illini to be in the game as long as they were. With all the opportunities the Wolverines

February 04, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 87) • Page Image 8

… it. And you know the Wolverines will remember what he said last year after the Wolverines smashed the Boilermakers in the final conference game. The teams play each other this Sunday afternoon. Last…

… Michigan win would give the Wolverines sole posses- sion of the conference lead. That is something the Wolverines haven't had in almost two years, since they whipped Indiana on the last day of the 1986 Big…

February 04, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 87) • Page Image 9

… be firemen or lawyers. Buddy wanted to be a coach from day one." VanDeWege's rise to his present job was quick. After managing the Wolverines men's basketball team his junior and senior years, Van…

… program around. The Wolverines are sporting an improved 10- 7 record this season. 31' Gro BY STEVEN COHEN Sometimes it takes time for a team to receive the recognition it deserves. So far, appropriate…

February 04, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 73) • Page Image 8

…Page 8 -The Michigan Daily - February 4, 1993 Carfora rises above expectations Recovered 'M' gymnast continues to provide spark for Wolverines by Mike Rancilio Daily Sports Writer In October of…

Wolverines to a Big Ten title. What happened? Carfora refused to admit her gym- nastics career was over. When the doc- tors released her and told her she was on her own, she rehabilitated her wrist in the off…

February 04, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 108) • Page Image 7

… Special To The Daily MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - "We juggled the lineup and let the guys swim where they wanted" said diving Coach Dick Kimball after the Wolverine swimmers pum- meled Minnesota 7812 to 43%/2 last…

… night in the Gophers' pool. Kimball was explaining why the Wolverines had so many men out of position against the unusually weak Minnesota team. And the final results showed he wasn't exaggerating. After…

… John Robertson and Jay Mahler swept the breaststroke, the Wolverines stopped kidding around, finally, in the last event, the 400-yard freestyle. With Bello, Wiebeck, John Salassa, and BobI Kircher, the…

Wolverines had their best time of the season, a 3:16.5.j 400-yd. MEDLEY RELAY -1.I. Minnesota (Knight, Walker, Hans- sen, Lundburg) 2. Michigan. Time - 3:41.8. 1000-yd VREESTYLE - 1. 0- Connor (M); 2. Arusoo…

…SU ,Sorenson Bomb DULUTH, Minn. - Michigan's hockey team jumped to an early I lead, then hung on to defeat high- spirited Duluth last night, 7-5., The victory moved the Wolverines1 into third place in the WCHAi…

… marker with 3:37 remaining in the period, but a pair! of goals by Wolverine junior Ran- dy Binnie just 201 seconds apart B ad g ers ________ o B a gers shot the score to 6-2 by the buzzer. Duluth dominated…

February 04, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 103) • Page Image 10

… heavily on both players to make the Wolverines competitive for the Big Ten title and a possible NCAA bid. But things haven't quite worked out that way. The team has slumped and Soullier and Doutt have…

…. Liberty 995-1891 A z *Member Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America By STEVE HUNTER If wrestling were academics, the Wolverines would be taking midterms this weekend when they go up against the…

…. While they are a good team, Bahr is confident, "I expect to win the Minnesota match." The key, he ' feels, is matchups. Two of the better ones are at 150, where Wolverine Bill Goodill takes on senior…

… an amazing 14 pins. On Saturday night however, the Wolverines face a team more menacinga than a Chem. Engine final. The Iowa Hawkeyes are 41-0 in the Big Ten since Head coach Dan Gable took over six…

… matcI up against Mike DerGarabedian and Tim Fagan, respectively. No one is expecting the Wolverines to destroy the Hawkeyes, but they can do well if their middle weights come through. "A lot of it…

… the right time." Bahr said, and added, "We've tried to keep the pressure off them (the wrestlers) all season." If the Wolverines can fight the pressure and peak at the right time, it could be all A's in…

February 04, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 104) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan FACE SECOND LEAGUE LEADER IN THREE NIGHTS: Daily-Saturday, February 4, 1978-Page 7 Wolverines high, seek vengeful victor y By PAVE RENBARGER good part of the nation will be looking h…

… crucial victory. Today, the resilient Wolverine cagers face a challenge of the oppo- site nature -- needing to descend from the heavens and play basketball less than 48 hours after one of the most…

… rematch with the Purdue Boilermakers this after- noon at 4:05. THE SECOND-PLACE Wolverines (6-3) have hopes of knocking Purdue (7-2) out of its share of first, and could possibly grab a third of the lead…

…-game build-up adding to the importance of the game, it seems a trifle strange that the Wolverines should be ripe for a letdown. But that is precisely what Orr is most fearful of, given the emotional high his…

… coach nas more on his mind than the psy- chological aspects of the encounter. Physically, the Boilermakers are one of the most imposing teams in the league, clearly intimidating the smaller Wolverines in…

…," continued Orr, recalling the second most pitiful statistic of the previous meeting as Michigan was awarded but one free throw. By far the most pitiful stat of the game had to be the Wolverines' 37.6 per cent…

… field goal accuracy.vThat kind of percentage will have to improve for Michigan to return home a winner. The Wolverines, however, seemed to regain their touch at MSU, hitting at a 54.5 per cent clip. "I…

… of shut-eye with the nightmare season the Michigan icers are currently sleeping through. The slumbering Wolverines were dealt their 10th defeat in their last 11 conference games last night, as the…

… competition badly," remarked the Wolverine's coach. "The competition will tell us where we are and what our practices have done for us. And, no doubt about it, Indiana is competitive." Competitive they are and…

… the Wolverines this season and it raised their record to 8-12-1 in the league as compared to Michigan at 10-13. Both teams, will lace up the skates for the second game in the weekend series tonight at…

February 04, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 61) • Page Image 9

…'s loudest, most intimidating arena - proved to MICHIGAN 73 be too much for the INDIANA 81 Wolverines. With Michigan trailing by seven and trying to hang on for one final run, preseason-All American Cody…

… Zeller out-hustled four Michigan players for a loose-ball offen- sive rebound with just under two min- utes left. The Hoosiers went on to make their free throws to seal the game, as the Wolverines fell…

February 04, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 104) • Page Image 8

… consecutive WCHA series- Wolverines, however, did lose beat Tech twice in Houghton. this time to Minnesota-Duluth- ground in their quest for one of Else'where, Wisconsin edged last weekend. the top four…

… positions and the North Dakota 8-7 Friday night, The Wolverines exploded for home ice playoff advantage. and tied the Fighting Sioux 2-2 six goals in the third period of "Duluth just fell apart in the on…

… peppered t D~uluth goalie Rick Heinz with 28 shots on goal during that s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p e r i o d . P a t H u g h e s a c c o u n t e do s WCHA Standings for two Wolverine

February 04, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 61) • Page Image 11

…'s The rest of the Wolverines as the ' have a similar mentality, as well, mainder and bouncing back from a loss is something the Wolverines have g to done nicely the past few years. g the This loss hurts…

…, but it doesn't een mean the Wolverines are any ng one less of a team than before. Burke might've grimaced at a missed shot or two, and Hard- away showed You have to distaste for . , .afew pivotal irn…

February 04, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 69) • Page Image 10

… defensemen left behind - senior Chris Fox,junior Bubba Berenzweig and sophomore Sean Peach. Luckily for the Wolverines, the trio has responded well to the challenge of preparing this season's defensive unit…

… Superior State this Saturday night at Joe Louis Arena. Why comfortable? Considering the fact that the game is counted as a road game for the Wolverines, they are in luck. The 50-minute ride to the Joe saves…

February 04, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 103) • Page Image 7

…Friday, February 4, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Friday, February 4, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven full court Pinss GREEN SPURS WOLVERINES, 89-84 Blue free throws thwart…

… it all last night when the Wolverines needed Michigan took , the lead five it. When Michigan fell behind by six near the end of the first minutes into the second half on half, Green had the key steals…

February 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 73) • Page Image 9

… games left, they have to tango with two plus-.500 opponents - Notre Dame and Ferris State - three times each. And they can't forget about their st meeting with the Wolverines. Michigan State will need its…

…, at Northern Michigan The Wolverines have shown that they can compete with anyone in the CCHA. Michigan has beaten every opponent at least once this season. It won't be an easy road, though. Dangerous…

February 04, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 103) • Page Image 9

… were a ways men on base." SORENSEN'S STYLE of control pit- ching was developed during his three seasons at Michigan. Sorensen left the Wolverines to join the Brewers' Class A farm team after his junior…

… off for the ex-Wolverine, who hopes to play 10 more years in the big leagues, assuming that he doesn't ex- perience arm trouble. "I shouldn't have any arm problems, because I never have in the past, and…

…- sities. She said it was mainly the ex- cellent reputation of Wolverine coach Joyce Lindeman that made her decide to come to Michigan. It turned out to be a wise choice for both parties in volved. The…

Wolverines have profitted from the extra points O'Brien's creative talents have earned and O'Brien received All-American honors, as did duet partner Betsy Neira, both their , freshmen and sophomore years…

…- vitational meet at Ohio State. In the squad's first meet last week in . Columbus, the Wolverines finished third behind Ohio State and Arizona,the> .top two teams in the nation. O'Brien. and Neira finished a…

February 04, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 108) • Page Image 6

Wolverine's performance on, the parallel bars was not upbto par. Jensen and Ron Rapper both scored above 9.0, but Rodney slip- ped to an 8.35. Minnesota wasn't able to take advantage of this last opportunity…

…) pinned Truitt, taken down, but quickly worked 4:4U. I 1l WOLVERINES THIRD: Frosh Panthers Grab By BOB LEES There was excitement aplenty at yesterday's Freshman Invita- tional Wrestling Tournament - but…

… ceremonially presented the first-place trophy after the tourney by Adams, who had re- ceived it from tournament direc- for and Wolverine coaching as- sistant Rick Bay. Then the entire Pitt squad promptly picked…

… anybody. MSU had a shaky one point lead over Pitt, and Michigan was not too far behind them. But the Pan- thers had six finalists, while State could muster only four, and the, Wolverines three. When the…

… dust had cleared from the various consolation fin- als and eight of the championship matches, moreover, crowns be- longed to four Panthers, two Spartans, one Wolverine, and a Toledoan -- and Pitt and…

February 04, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 71) • Page Image 13

… play. But after 37 minutes had elapsed, the Wolverines had stifled the Bad- gers, holding them to just 39 points. Things broke down late in the game as the Badgers crashed the offensive glass, using…

…. Young fights the flu to propel the Wolverines By Joe Smith Daily Sports Editor Just over eight minutes into Satur- day's win over Wisconsin, Michigan senior tri-captain Chris Young took himself out of…

February 04, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 107) • Page Image 6

… maternal Schellhase (who wouldn't think of weaning the ball) than with him. And the Wolverines, 7-8 on the year, are giant-killers are Yost. So ... ... there's hope of an action- line. "It's going to a…

…'re scheduled to meet the Wolverines today in Pennsyl- vania. Pittburgh had a meet with Cornell Wednesday night. The spokesman reasoned, "It snowed in New York and people can get snow-bound for days. That's where…

February 04, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 104) • Page Image 9

… Daily BLOOMINGTON-Johnny Orr I shook up his lineup and tried to put new life into his Wolverines last night, but the top-ranked' r Indiana Hoosiers didn't notice NIGHT EDITOR1 as they registered an impres…

… a national championship will be disap- pointing," one fan remarked. The people of Bloomington have discovered, just as the Wolverines found out last night in their 74-48 ls, that their Hoosiers are…

… 2 0 0 4 3 3 4 4 3 a 0 1 2 a 1 0 0 0 13i 11 1 18 2 4 AP Photo 74 INDIANA'S MIGHTY QUINN Buckner sails to the hoop over 48 sprawled Wolverine Joe Johnson. In like manner, the Hoosier team flew by the…

February 04, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 76) • Page Image 8

… Fri- day four points short of the highest score of the season for the Wolverine quintet. The Badgers led for a short time at only one point in the contest, early in the first half. From then on, the…

… followed by Keith Hard- er, Wolverine forward, with 13, and by Badger star Ray Patterson and Michigan guard Don Lindquist, who both registered 11 points. This win put the Wolver- ines back at the .500 mark…

February 04, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 103) • Page Image 10

…. Although Neer, a senior on the Wolverine women's track team, had been involved in track for the last eight years, she never threw the shot, but concen- trated on the discus. In fact; she was the first women…

… and not coin- cidentally, the Wolverines won both meets. GOODRIDGE SAYS NEER has been very in- strumental in the team's victories and "had a lot to do with beating Michigan State. It's significant…

February 04, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 107) • Page Image 7

Wolverines. The Falcons 7-6 in a non-league en- brightest was the play of the counter last night at Yost Ice Bill Thayer - Dan Cormier - Arena. Dan Hoene line. They ac- After two periods the game counted for…

… slap shot to re- saw only about three minutes of establish a two goal advantage ice time, the return of the pop- for Michigan. ular winger is bound to help' Newton got a rebound 'goal the Wolverines in…

… playt in the WCHA and do fairly well," observed Wolverine wing Ben Kawa. "But I know that we're better than them." Mason feels his team would fare well in the WCHA. "We tried to play down the inter…

… the Wolverines hung on to beat Bowling Green 7-6. Women cagers beaten. BG-Sarachman M-Palmer Attendance: 3310 10 17 10 14 3 Tot. 11 38 5 29 by big Broncos, By HENRY ENGELHARDT and MB DILLONl…

… > 12 steals, but hit. on only 29 ofI 73 shots for a 39.7 shooting per- centage. The Wolverines will be back in action this weekend at Chai- paign, Illinois. Borders expects tough competition in the tour…

February 04, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 74) • Page Image 10

… bruise to prove it. When Michigan stole the lead with a 10-point explosion at the start of the second half to put the Wolverines up by four, Grentz abruptly called a time out. Michigan fans went wild…

… throne and her pride right out from under Grentz. Michigan coach Sue Guevara and her Wolverines now reside in the one place Grentz had at least a little comfort going into last night's game - second place…

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