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October 04, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

…'s soccer team night as well be kicking field goals - t boots more balls over the net than in t. That is why the Wolverines are 2-6-1. "We'd be winning if we were scoring," Vichigan coach Debbie Belkin said…

… the field," Belkin said. 'It's just putting that final (touch)." The Wolverines will try to find a rem- xdy for their scoring woes when they :lash with the Titans today at Detroit. The Titans (7…

December 04, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 44) • Page Image 9

… Michigan wrestling team was start- ing seven underclassmen. The Wolverines continued to post impressive results in their early sea- son tournaments, as seven wrestlers placed in the top five of their weight…

… Western Michigan at Yost Ice Arena. The Wolverines were blown out at home by the Broncos, 7-2, in Michigan's second game last season. Since then, the Wolverines are 19-0- 1 at Yost and have trailed their…

November 04, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 27) • Page Image 18

… freshmen on the team, it is no surprise that Michigan coach Jim Richardson is blunt when saying "We're young." Youth has its advantages for the Wolverines, who have already seen three freshmen win individual…

…-yard breaststroke, as well. Richardson is also looking to freshmen Brooke Smith and Lisheth Gohel to devel- op in the 200-yard butterfly, an event the Wolverines must shore up, in order so compete with…

December 04, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 47) • Page Image 11

… be a diffi- cult task. Not that the Wolverines are rly complaining. he prospect of the unknown just adds to the challenge of the NCAAs - which the Wolverines have tried the past 16 years to qualify for…

…. Heading into College Station, Tex., the only thing the Wolverines (20-I1) earrbe sure of is that the Owls have a 29- 4 record, which includes a 21-game win- ning-streak and a perfect 22-0 mark in the…

March 04, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 103) • Page Image 13

…-place finisher Clayton Beddoes of Lake Superior. Wiseman started off his first league playoffs with four goals and an assist, including a hat trick in the Wolverines second game against Ohio State. Ward, the…

…, defenseman Chris Tamer. Though his season ended due to a fractured leg, Oliver remains eighth on the team in scoring with 24 points (13 goals, 11 assists), and still leads the Wolverines in game-winning goals…

… was Nov. 11, 1989 when former Wolverine netminder Tim Keough blanked Ferris State. Gordon tallied 32 saves, tying his career high. With the two victories over Ohio State last weekend, Michigan goalie…

… by this year's Michigan squad. After setting new marks for the longest winning streak and most road wins, the 1990-91 Wolverines now own the school record for most victories in a season. The mark was…

… broken during the Wolverines' 9-2 romp over Alabama-Huntsville when Michigan posted its 29th victory. The Wolverines have since increased the number of victories to 31 with the sweep of the Buckeyes. The…

… season. The sophomore added another goal in Friday's slim Wolverine victory over Ohio State. JOSE JUAREZ/Daily Michigan's Mike Stone mixes it up with two Kent State players during the Wolverines 3…

… Hockey Writer Since the rest of the student body was on spring break, the Michigan hockey team figured it could take last weekend off, too. Fortunately for the Wolverines, the quality of their opponents…

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…

April 04, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 105) • Page Image 10

… seeding for the National Champion- ships, the Michigan men's volleyball team was dealt a crushing blow at the Midwestern Volleyball Association tournament last weekend. The Wolverines lost in three games to…

… to wait it out and see." To make matters worse, the Wolverines faced the enemy that always appeared at the worst times this season - injuries. Outside hitter Ernesto Rodriguez injured his Alll…

October 04, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 4) • Page Image 16

… ball into the far- left corner to one of many long rallies. The Wolverines finished off the fourth game with an I1-0 run. Of the nine points in the run, only two came from Purdue attack errors as the…

Wolverines' forced the fifth game, 15-7. The fifth game was close, but the Wolverine never had the lead even though they were never more than three points down at once. Sarah Behnke's three kills in a row…

… forced a tie at the tenth and eleventh points. Then the bottom fell out. The Wolverines missed a serve. They.com- mitted a net violation. And a quick Boilermaker sideout ended the Wolverines' final…

…, 15-9. In the fourth game, Michigan only managed four points. After Wisconsin put together a five-point run to take the lead 7-4, the Wolverines hit nine kills. But the Badgers still managed to score…

… Waite said. "If you don't, it's not much fun." The Wolverines began the third game with a 13-7 lead off a 6-0 run, but couldn't execute for two sideouts in a row until Wisconsin had pulled them- selves up…

… to 10. Not even Kacor's team- high 14 kills saved the game for the Wolverines as Wisconsin's home crowd stood and yelled, "point Wisconsin" as the Badgers pulled out a 16-14 game- three win for the…

… tough in West Lafayette this weekend for the Wolverines, who conference foes Wisconsin and Purdue. It's the pits for M' without str Pittenger's absence disrupts rhythm, has Blue sagging in Big Ten '.3…

… Michigan had won the first game, the Wolverines suddenly found themselves on the defen- sive, behind 2-1. Michigan coach Mark Rosen was calling numerous timeouts to try and calm his team down. "Those are the…

…'s heroics weren't enough to save Michigan. The Wolverines lost the fifth game and the match, 15-12. "When the system breaks down like that, typically it'z a mistake of passion," Rosen said. "People trying to…

Wolverines have been beset by setbacks - a pummeling by No. 2 Penn State, outside hitter Alija Pittenger's ankle sprain, and losses to Wisconsin and Purdue. Pittenger sprained her ankle during Tiesday…

December 04, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 44) • Page Image 10

…10- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 4, 1996 Michigan harriers bow to sun gods Wolverines experience heat exhaustion, poor finishes at NCAA Championship By Jacob Wheeler Daily Sports Writer…

… to Michigan's liking. Instead, the Wolverines were forced to run in 70 degree temperatures all day. Michigan was shooting for the top eight overall and hoping to land two run- ners in the top 10. But…

… next year. er, and has two more years to break the top 10 at nationals. MacDonald finished 43rd in Tucson, his last race as a Wolverine. "I just couldn't move up at the end of years, the NCAAs1…

… the Wolverines were freshman Otto Olson and sophomores Corey Grant and Jeff Reese. Grant finished fourth after plac- ing first and second, respectively, in the Wolverines' previous two meets. The lone…

… lost only two matches this season. Bahr said the only disappointment of the tournament was that the' Wolverines only had one champion. "We wrestled really well all day, but then lost in the last match…

…," Bahr said. "We've got to win in the finals." There was no team-scoring in the tournament, and the Wolverines were allowed to enter an unlimited number of wrestlers per weight class. The Wolverines travel…

May 04, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

… team went into the tournament as the No. 2 seed, but also having won the last four conference championships. Unfortunately for the Wolverines (9-2 Big Ten, 13-3 overall) the Hoo- siers made it five in a…

… Friday, and Wisconsin last Saturday. The Wolverines topped the Lady Lions 5-1, winning all but one match. Lacher clinched the match for the Wolverines with a 6-1, 6-1 win over Penn State's Kristen Kovalik…

… disappointment for breaks at the right times, and we the corners with only one out. This ear the ames were in Ann game one. 5-0, and game two. 5-4. Michigan baseball," Wolverine didn't play well enough to win…

… out Ohio State centerfielder Roy Marsh in game one of this past weekend's series. The Buckeyes swept the Wolverines, causing Michigan to drop from third to fifth in the Big Ten. The Wolverines continue…

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…

November 04, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 27) • Page Image 9

Wolverines, 15-9, 17-15 and 15-12. Although Michigan (16-8) suf- fered from the earlier loss of senior outside hitter Hayley Lorenzen, the Wolverines rotated additional play- ers into the lineup to compensate…

… for the lack of up-front hitting power. But an additional injury to junior outside hitter Michelle Hor- rigan put the Wolverines in a bind up front. "Michelle's leg was bothering her, and her loss in…

December 04, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 45) • Page Image 11

… Michigan on Dec. 29 in the Alamo Bowl at San Antonio. Wolvenines need to rd sconszg threat ETROIT - For most practical purposes, the Michigan section of the box score from the Wolverines' 68-48 win over…

…-for-30 in the second half, down for a 10-count at the end. The Wolverines (5-2) had their own shooting struggles in the first half, mak- ing just nine of 24 shots from the field. But Michigan improved…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 13

… Northwestern team, 6-1. "We should have won," said senior co- captain Will Farah. "Today was a com- aroppea in e o. Lsingles maicn io Martin Bengtsson in three sets. Still, the Wolverines jumped out to an early…

… 9-8 win. But the Wolverines were not as lucky in the singles department, as Matt Wright, John Long and freshman Danny oss was pivoca, as ie ouccome un noc- ted a 3-3 tie. "Danny (McCain) shouldn…

November 04, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 26) • Page Image 16

… Writer more Chris Szabo placed fourth for be able to take a little confidence very good times, and the Wolverines Senior Carrie Yates picked up the the Wolverines and 23rd in the meet into the NCAA…

…'s race, .the be expected. "It's always a disap- The gap between the Wolverines' two spots. third place finish doesn't tarnish its pointment when you think you have first and fifth runners was only 41 Coach…

April 04, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 105) • Page Image 10

… In a history filled with superior achieve- ments, there is one thing the Michigan women's gymnastics team hasn't done. Until now, that is. The Wolverines host the NCAA Central Regional meet this…

Wolverines have been ranked higher than the Crimson Tide. Alabama's Meredith Willard is ranked No. 2 in the nation in the all-around, followed by Michigan freshman Sarah Cain. "We're just concerned about…

March 04, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 85) • Page Image 8

… * - IRW 'M' basketball falls to OSU, 77-66 Albert Lin Wolverine turnovers ignite late 23-9 Buckeye run Experience still escapes Blue COLUMBUS - Imagine you are covering a basketball game say, last…

… running their offenses, allowing you ample time to take notes. Michigan takes a 57-52 lead by forcing the Buckeyes into miscues on eight consecutive posses- sions. The Wolverines are playing well. Aaah, you…

… think. I can sit back and watch them cruise to a victory. With 6:05 left in the contest, Chris Jent throws in a short hook over Juwan Howard. It breaks an 8-0 Wolverine run, but you attach no further…

… coaching staff the opportunity to call that timeout. Thanks, Fish, you say to yourself. You finish writing down what has just happened, and you realize thistis it. The Wolverines had come back with big runs…

… twice earlier in the game to take leads. But you know it will not happen now, because it is crunch time. And the young Wolverines have not yet discovered, what it takes to hold a lead against a good team…

… down the stretch. The veteran Buckeyes sat back, waited and then pounced when Michigan began to panic. The Wolverines tried to rush the tempo each of those times down the court but before the team was…

… extra something it needed. Too bad, you think. The Wolverines played a good game. By the end of the season, you tell yourself, they will be making the correct decisions. by Joni Durst Daily Basketball…

May 04, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

… Iowa in Sunday's doubleheader. The Wolverines lost three of four games last weekend against the Hawkeyes. SOFTBALL Continued from page 17 son allowed only one run. Once again, the Wolverines found…

… secure an early lead in the second inning of the finale of the series. First baseman Michelle Silver doubled home Lesa1 Arvia, giving the Wolverines a 1-0 lead. Late in the game, the Wolverines would fall…

December 04, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 45) • Page Image 14

…Giacinto 6-1, Junior, forward By Dan Stillman Daily Sports Writer The 22-year history of Michigan women's basketball is not a pretty one. Only three times have the Wolverines finished a season with a winning…

… record, including the 1989-90 NCAA Tourna- ment team. Only eleven times has Michi- gan won more than two games in a season against Big Ten opponents. And since the '90 tournament team the Wolverines are 31…

… program," Roberts said. "And after going through a year, we realized that if we were going to stay up with the Big Ten, we needed to recruit bigger and faster players." Despite Wolverine records of 2-25 and…

… with a knee injury. But soon the wheels came out from under the Wolverines. In the final game before the Big Ten season, 6-3 center Pollyanna Johns also went down with a season-ending knee injury, and…

… staying healthy on their minds, many Wolverines worked out in the weight room and played in basket- ball camps over the summer. "The kids finally understand that it takes a certain amount ofcommitment and…

… dedi- cation for (the program) to be successful," Roberts said. And now the Wolverines have em- barked on a new season with a healthy Kiefer and Johns, as well as a new attitude. "We've established a…

… better than that." While Michigan has fared well from 3- point land in recent years, a strong inside game and a healthy Johns could be the key to success for the Wolverines this season according to Roberts…

…. "She has great athletic ability, and her potential is unlimited," Roberts said. "Her 6-3 frame is an intimidating factor in the paint." The Wolverines also have something else they lacked a year ago…

October 04, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 4) • Page Image 20

….V Berendowsky has led the Wolverines in goals, game-winning goals, points and shots for the past two seasons. Entering this season, much of the same was expected of the senior. Unfortunately for Michigan, she was…

… lost early in the season and forced to miss six games. In Berendowsky's absence, other Wolverines stepped to the forefront, led by freshman Abby Crumpton and junior Kacy Beitel. Crumpton is lead- ing the…

… were held to three shots on goal for the game. Wolverine Mari Hoff scored her third goal of the season in the 27th minute of the first half. Hoff directed an Emily Schmitt comer kick into the back of the…

…-1-1 7-2-0 6-2-1 6-3-1 5-3-0 6-2-0 7-2-0 6-1-0 6-3-0 The Wolverines recent surge has raised their Big Ten record to 5-0-1. They are on a four-game winning streak. "We play for each other and there is a…

… nicely for the Wolverines lately. They are undefeated in Big Ten play. America Online, Inc. JP Morgan Coca-Cola Company Dell Computer Corporation Yahoo Gap, Inc. Levis BMW IBM Corporation Nokia Mc…

May 04, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 122) • Page Image 16

… accom- plished that. The season was not over though for the Wolverines, as the following night they had to prepare for individual championships. Michigan had 1 I routines that qual- ified for the event…

… championships, more than any other team. Sophomore co-captain Justin Toman and freshman Scott Vetere led the Wolverines by qualifying for three events each. The competition determined not only the event…

September 04, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 119) • Page Image 19

Wolverines el : to Amherst, Mass., to face (ass tomorrow and New Hampshire on Sunday. e trip should bring back memo- sfor Belkin, who was an All- rica defender for UMass, lead- her team to four final four…

… arances at the NCAA champi- ips from 1984-87. be fourth-year Michigan coach yt have much time to reminisce, ever, because the Wolverines Id have their hands full with kin's alma mater. Mass was ranked 19th…

… 180 minutes of Michigan's first two games and was the only freshman Wolverine to earn Kentucky Invitational All- Tournament honors. Like Belkin during her years play- ing for UMass, Gilhart is also a…

… to step into a contributing role the moment she became a Wolverine. "I felt like I was ready to play," Gilhart said. "I was pretty confident but a little nervous." The older members of the team helped…

… for." Doing research on the Minutewomen is Belkin's job, and she said the Wolverines would be ready to face her ex-team - even though a few things may have changed for UMass since she was a player. "We…

…'s defensive counterpart on New Hampshire is Shannon Strong, a senior who earned preseason all- conference honors. Although the Wolverines may face many outstanding individuals on opposing teams, Gilhart said…

… Michigan's depth at a number of key positions - not just one or two - is what makes Michigan stand out. MARGARET MYERS/Daily Michigan soccer player Marie Spaccarotella and the rest of the Wolverines travel…

April 04, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 105) • Page Image 11

… (this series) is no more important than the one against Wisconsin, and no less important," said Hutchins, referring to the Wolverines' three-game sweep of the Badgers last weekend. "Every game we play…

… of 0.82 is only slightly better than the 1.18 ERA of Wolverines Sam Griffin, Kelly Holmes and Jamie Gillies. MThe ace of the Hawkeyes' staff is Bilboa, who is a threat on 'mound and at the plate. Her…

…Laughlin, freshman Jay Cantin and sophomore John Mortimer. Mortimer, the only Wolverine to compete at last weekend's Raleigh Relays, finished second in the 10,000 with a personal-best time of 28:50:67, qualifying him…

… for the NCAA championships in June. Neil Gardner, the reigning Texas Relays and NCAA champion in the 400 hurdles, is the only other Wolverine to have qualified for NCAAs so far this season. Gardner and…

… the long-distance runners will be key to a good show- ing for Michigan, because the Wolverines seem to be outgunned in the field events. Arkansas leads the way with two top-ranked jumpers in triple…

… the discus at the Wake Forest Invitational. ROB GILMORE/Daily Michigan pitcher Kelly Holmes will try to shut down the No. 1 offense In the Big Ten when the Wolverines visit Iowa. While Michigan has…

November 04, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 27) • Page Image 12

…, the Michigan basket- ball team has fallen to Athletes in Action. AIA, a traveling exhibition team whose main purpose is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ, beat the Wolverines, 95- 93, last night. As…

… victory.v What was troubling was the Wolverines' failure to execute offen- sively down the stretch. In the drama that is a close contest against AIA, the Wolverines missed four free throws and failed to get…

November 04, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 26) • Page Image 14

… need more teamwork by Andy De Korte Daily Hockey Writer KALAMAZOO - Taking four points from a two-game series is the goal of every team in the CCHA on any given weekend. While the Wolverines accomplished…

… play." The tight penalty calls appear to be a thing that will cause all CCHA teams to conform to cleaner play. In reality, this change should help the Wolverines. Led by four extremely quick centers…

Wolverine forwards kept the puck in WMU's zone for large chunks of the game. The Wolverines would have certainly scored more Friday, without the impressive WMU defensemen. The defensemen blocked more shots(8…

…) than Bronco goalie, Craig Brown(6). Five is considered a good periou a shot block tally. Whenever a Wolverine would close in on the goal he was intercepted by a Western defenseman. The choppy nature of…

… Saturday's game could have easily left an objective fan in doubt as to the better team. After a power-play goal by Chris Tamer, the Wolverines could not keep consistent pressure on Western. While five…

… Michigan first-period penalties played a big part in this, the Wolverines' forwards did not play with each other as well as they had done the night before. Clearly, the Broncos, playing in their home opener…

…, were playing an intesified game. They outshot the Wolverines 25 to 13 for the period, which closed in a 1-1 tie. By the end of the second period, Michigan actually led Western in total shots. While the…

… action was dominated by individual Wolverines, it was not necessarily dominated by Michigan. A large part of the effort was single-handed. The majority of the credit for each of Michigan's tiebreaking…

… goals should go to the scorer. Wiseman's goal, Michigan's fourth, was the eventual game winner, boosting the Wolverines to a 5-3 victory. While Michigan has individual talent - 16 players selected in the…

April 04, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 106) • Page Image 9

… the Wolverines would spur a little more interest, draw a few more fans. So you see, the gafe wasn't really supposed to beall that im- Eet. It was posed tobe a fun day for the fans - almost like an…

…, and no one seemed to remem- ber - or care - that this game didn't count in the conference standings. eading into the bottom ofthe seventh ig, the Wolverines held a 3-2 lead. Then Michigan State came…

… extra in- nings. And when Michigan's Mike Cervenak scored the go-ahead run in the too of the h, the Spartan-partisan crowd was si- tced. By the time Wolverine closer John Arvai finally got the last out…

…'s critical mo- ment. A wild pitch in the top of the 10th inning allowed Michigan to score the game-winning run as the Wolverines beat Michigan State, 5-4, before a crowd of 6,267 in the inaugural game at…

… off the Wolverine 10th with a single to left, then moved to second when Spar- tan pitcher Marty Patterson walked rightfielder Derek Besco. First baseman Bryan Besco moved the runners up with a sacrifice…

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…

September 04, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 121) • Page Image 26

… would be enough to excite any coach. For the second straight year, the Michigan men's golf team faces this situation. Unfortunately, the Wolverines could rot translate experience into success last year…

…. The Wolverines were plagued by inconsistency throughout the fall and spring seasons. Six different golfers took turns as Michigan's low scorer in 12 tournaments. Michigan coach Jim Carras does not plan…

… former Wolverine Chris Brockway won the individual title. Men's tennis to challenge Big Ten y Richard Shin aily Sports Writer Last season, the Michigan men's ten- rwis team enjoyed its most successful…

… campaign since 1988, capturing the Big Ten title and reaching a national rank- ing as high as No. 14. This season, the Wolverines are ready to contend for their second straight conference title, but the task…

…. 4 and No. 5 singles. But the Wolverines are not without return- ing talent. Leading the returning starters are juniors Arvid Swan, who earned All- Big Ten honors last season at No. 3 sin- gles, and…

… become an All-American with his sophomore year of eligibility. "I know I could do better" Hox said. "My shoulder bothered me 9 year." With three other All-Americans returning for the Wolverines, Howe is…

April 04, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 106) • Page Image 11

… mixture of travel following games and nights on the road has left the Wolverines longing for their own beds. The combination of tournaments Od road matches has left Michigan ragged and on the brink of…

… unforced errors that doomed the Wolverines against Iowa .ate. The Cyclones lulled Michigan into problems as the Wolverines had trouble on their own side of the court. "We lost it in our service game," "This…

April 04, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 106) • Page Image 12

… central region is considered to be strong and will likely send more than one team to nationals. This is the fifth consecutive appear- ance for the Wolverines in the regional meet, but they have yet to win…

… Association's Rolex Colle- giate Rankings released Tuesday. The Wolverines(3-1 Big Ten,8-7 over- all) lost a Big Ten dual match last Satur- day to Penn State but rebounded to defeat Wisconsin on Sunday…

Wolverine squad that may qualify for the NCAA regionals for the first time in the 20-year history of the program. Loy won the Michigan State high school title three times during her career and was named Miss…

… college events open tomorrow morning, and the Wolverines can hardly wait. Coach Jack Harvey was pleased w the performances at last weekend's Gainesville Relays, but because of the rain, only a few members…

… tournament win at the Saluki Invitational last weekend placed the Wolverines in an excel lentposition, head- ing into the Lady Buckeye Invitational, to take their talent to the next level. The 15-team field at…

Wolverines' first-place finish 1 weekend was an important step in meet- ing qualification criteria and was high- lighted by freshman Katy Loy's first-ever collegiate medalist honor. Joining Loy on the trip to…

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…

October 04, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 4) • Page Image 13

… Sunday. The Wolverines finished 11th among the 19 teams that competed in a tournament that was shortened due to inclement weather. The tour- nament was reduced to 36 total holes after rain wiped out half…

… of the 36 holes that were to be played Satur- *day. However, the rain actually had no adverse effects on Michigan's performance. The Wolverines stood in fourth place after Saturday, only two shots…

November 04, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 24) • Page Image 14

… women's cross country team has been the target of more than just upstart competition recently. Coming into Saturday's Big Ten Championships at Bloomington, the Wolverines had to prove both to them- selves…

… second (48), respectively. Most importantly, the Wolverines were able to meet their expectations and provide themselves with the confidence they will need as they head into the final and most important…

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…

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Wolverines de- eated Detroit-Mercy, 5-1. Not only id they win a well-executed game, but sophomore Eric Heintschel may have pitched his way into the fourth spot in Michigan's starting rota- tion. Pitching in…

… outs." With a single in the fifth, Wolverine Scott Timmerman stretched his hitting streak to seven games. The second baseman has now hit in 18 of his last 19 games and in all but two games the entire…

… season. The Wolverines held a 2-1 lead late into the ballgame until they came up with two runs in the top of the seventh. All-American third baseman Tim Flannelly and desig- nated hitter Nate Holdren…

… had remarkable foresight, for the Michigan softball team paid a rather pleasant visit there yesterday. The Wolverines (2-2 in the Big Ten, 15-9 overall) swept a double- header against the Chippewas of…

…'t done well." Indeed, with yesterday's victo- ries the Wolverines now trail the all-time series, 20-16. Shortstop Bonnie Tholl started things quickly when she rapped the game's first pitch down the left…

…'s successful suicide squeeze. In the ninthi Wolverines added an on a Ruff double. inning, insurance the run That was all winning pitcher Andrea Nelson would need, as she held the Chippewas to one seventh…

…, with the Wolverines holding onto their early lead. CMU did provide a scare with a three-run third inning to come within one, but first-year pitcher Julie Clarkson closed the door. Juniors Shelley Bawol…

… long and it was warm out." The Wolverines hope for the same weather and same outcome when the two squads meet again to- day at Fisher Stadium. Michigan ace Jason Pfaff pitched three scoreless innings…

…-0379!11 After winning its last three games, the Michigan men's lacrosse team will play in Champaign for its sectional tournament this weekend. The Wolverines will face the club teams from Indiana, Purdue and…

… Illinois in a tournament that will help decide the seeding for the, sea- son-end conference championship. The competition will provide the Wolverines with an opportunity to show the rest of the Big Ten club…

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… 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…

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… are not that common in sports. Even more rare than that are several championships in a row. You can't tell that to the Michigan men's swimming and diving team. The Wolverines will be going after their…

… eighth consecutive Big Ten championship this weekend. Today through Saturday at the Indiana University-Purdue Univer- sity at Indianapolis (IUPUI) Nat- atorium, the Wolverines will battle it out with the…

… now," Borges said. "I'm not really worried about my times. I'm just planning on swimming well and get- ting the cuts." Several Wolverine swimmers will be participating in their first Big Ten meet…

… men's swimming and diving team continues to show its dominance of the Big Ten confer- ence. For the third consecutive month, a Wolverine has won Big Ten Swimmer of the Month. This time sophomore Marcel…

… standard. The two previous Big Ten Swimmers of the Month were Eric N a m e s n i k in December and Gustavo Borges in January. RECRUITS: The Wolverines have been able to sign two recruits to national letters…

… Michigan baseball team's pitching staff had an eventful start to its season during its spring tour. In the opener against Florida, the Wolverines' starter and closer did not give up an earned run. The…

…. Heintschel took the loss in that game but came back to Ann Arbor with an impressive 1.69 ERA. WHERE ARE THE RUNS?: In their final three out- ings, the Wolverines suffered two losses despite giving up only one…

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…. However, the Michigan women's swimming and diving team will prove to be exceptions to the rule once again this weekend. Today, the Wolverines (2-0) enter the Lady Mustang Classic, compet- ing against such…

…- titions, the Wolverines will not focus on winning. Rather, Michigan will concentrate on the future and the train- ing that must go into achieving an- other Big Ten and possibly a NCAA title. While most…

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… tends to conjure images of the Spperdome, Donald Williams and fatal time outs. Friday, the Wolverines and Tar Heels squared off, but it was the schools' women's tennis teams that were dueling. There was…

… dominated the meet from start to finish, 8-1. The Wolverines (5-1 Big Ten, 10- 6 overall) have been on the road since early February, yet the voyage to Chapel Hill did not seem to affect the team's play. "I…

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… is the North Melbourne Giants, who will take - the hardwood against the Wolverines tonight at Crisler Arena at 7,30. T~he Australian-based team is mak- inga. Big Ten swing in place of the Israelis. The…

… Giants played Indiana on Sunday and Purdue on Monday, los- in both games by an average of 37 its. 44t they were nice enough to fit the Wolverines into their schedule Ellerbe admitted that he doesn't even…

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… school teammate, and Leon Derricks, who transferred from Michigan. It showed inthe Titans' 20-point loss at the hands of the Wolverines Saturday night. TWe can't put All-Americans out there like they can…

…," Watson said. "But we can compete like All-Americans." Before the Wolverines ran away with the game - the preferred way to win games played in Detroit-the game was surprisingly close. The Wolverine lead was…

… three this sea- son in which the Wolverines will face one of their former assistant coaches: "I thinkyouhave friends whoare friends whether they are on your side coaching or on the other side. When one of…

… Watson but almost tried to walk on with the Wolverines, much as his Richard teammate, Neal Morton, would do (although Morton, like Pickett, now has a scholarship), although Pickett is now arguably the…

…," Wolverine coach Steve Fishersaid. "But he decided he wanted W play more than that. He wanted to be the man. And he is. I'm happy for Leon." Taylor was the mtan for Michigan Saturday night, scoiamg 20 points…

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… Saturday against Illinois- his second consecutive complete game. Ferullo leads the Wolverines in complete games, shutouts, strikeouts and innings pitched. Page 9 Tuesday, Anrl 4.'1995 Anjqvi QQ .F UCLA…

… friend. The Wolverines (5-1 Big Ten, 10-6 overall) continued their domination of Big Ten opponents, pasting a weak Purdue squad, 7-0, Saturday, and shel- lacking Illinois,6-1, Sunday. Both wins were away…

Wolverine to record a grand slam was Jenny Allard at Min- nesota during the 1989 season. Michigan coach Carol Hutchins captured her 400th career victory in the final game of the Indiana series. Hutch- ins…

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Wolverines held to Columbus for the Fall Buekeye Classic. The 54-hole tournament (36 Saturday, 18 Sunday) will be held on the par 72 Scarlet Golf Course. Tlfe Big Ten teams in the field in- clude Ohio State…

…," Carras said. "The scores now should be lower than the ones shot in the spring." Denny Sikkila and Anthony Dietz, the two top scorers at the last tournament, will lead the Wolverines into Columbus. Sikkila…

… weekend). However, we have placed it as a challenge to see if we can go at it one more time." Stone's team knows that it will be facing a different Wolverine team than in the past. "Michigan is doing a…

Wolverines (1-1, 9-3) must come right back tomorrow and face,, an unpredictable Indiana squad. The Hoosiers (0-2, 3-10) got their feet,; wet in the Big Ten last week by I playing league favorites Ohio State…

… also affected Indiana's big gun, senior outside hitter Colleen Jordan. Michigan volleyball coach Peggy Bradley-Doppes discusses strategy during a time out in a match last fall. The Wolverines host Ohio…

… to Michigan State in the back of its mind. It has no time to dwell on the past. asmorrow, the Wolverines will try to improve their 5-5-1 record when they play host to the Butler junior varsity squad at…

… very comfortable during the game." The JV Butler Bulldogs are 1-1 after playing against two St. Louis area community colleges. For the past twoweeks, they have been preparing for the Wolverines. "We…

… never completed. "I think it's going to be a very competitive game," Butler fullback Bryan Kumler said. "I also predict it to be a low scoring game." However, the Wolverines hope to makesit a landslide…

…- beaten streak. The Wolverines currently boast an 11-0- 2 record. Michigan was scheduled to face Central Michigan at Mt. Pleasant yesterday, but the match was cancelled and rescheduled for Oct. 22. The…

… defeat defending national soccer club champs Minnesota, 4-0. In Saturday's two games, the Wolverines outshot their opponents, 29-4. However, they could manage only one goal in the two games. Michigan…

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… could not dom-inate the Buckeye divers, the Wolverines lost. During the Big Ten Championships, Steve Hamer- ski, Eric Lesser, Jeffrey Jozwiak, and Brad Lambert, averaged 43 points for the one, three, and…

… trips and rigor- ous preparation, the Wolverines are extremely satisfied with their performance. Michigan entered last week- end's meet in Minneapolis very confident about their chances for a five…

…. Wunderlich, who "pretty much wanted to go under :54.5," did exactly that, erasing former Wolverine Jan-Erick Olsen's Big Ten meet record in the process with a time of :54.44. The last Wolverine victory of…

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… toward the Crisler Arena rafters. Although the Wolverines have gar- nered a national championship and two Final Four appearances in that time, the conference title has eluded them. That all could change…

… least for the Wolverines. Overcom- ing a second-half, double-digit deficit, Michigan came away victorious, 63- 62, when Juwan Howard hit a short jumper with 21 seconds left. The Boil- ermakers had several…

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…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…

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… State edged Michigan State in the early game, announcers Brent Musberger and Jim Valvano sifted through the fouls and travelling calls to present the Wolverine victory. They couldn't complain - they were…

… end result came not a moment too soon. ABC probably should have waived its final TV- timeout to end the game faster. NIT BOUND: Yesterday's victory assures the 14- 13 Wolverines of a .500 record for the…

…. While the underdog Wolverines won the national title in 1989, and upsets are the norm in the Tournament, it's not likely Michigan would have advanced very far into this year's pool. In addition, the…

Wolverines' chances of winning the NIT, as they did in 1984, are highly realistic. Does that make an NIT bid more attractive? "No," Michigan guard Kirk Taylor replied. "You don't know what can happen in the…

… Daily Basketball Writers Michigan forward James Voskuil, whom coach Steve Fisher hails as one of the team's top shooters, lacked his usual precision yesterday. Voskuil scored the Wolverines' first points…

… State will start at 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 3. EVERYONE'S A STARTER: The Wolverines have used 10 different starting lineups this year as 10 players have at some time during the year been penciled into…

… the the starting rotation by Fisher. SCORING FROM AFAR: Michigan guard Demetrius Calip is 67-17 in three-pointers this season. Glen Rice holds the Wolverine single- season record for three-pointers (99…

… Writer BLOOMINGTON - This was probably the toughest spring break the Wolverines have faced in six years, as the team's chances to make the NCAA tournament for the seventh straight year all but vanished…

…. The pain started when Indiana slaughtered Michigan, 112-79. It was the worst loss for the team since last year's 149- 115 tournament defeat by Loyola Mary- mount. The Wolverines played better in…

… Champaign last Thursday, but in the final final few seconds Michigan literally turned the victory over to Illinois, 68-65. Against Indiana, the Wolverines forgot how to play defense, as the the Hoosiers, back…

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…. 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…

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… 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…

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…. 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

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