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November 04, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

… Avenue. . Nainlsrv vlae status of wolveries in Michigan By Lindsey Paterson For the Daily Did real wolverines ever roam the Wolver- ine State? Patrick Rusz of the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy says yes…

…. "I'm a believer that there once were wolverines," he said. The question surfaced recently when the Predator Conservation Alliance, based in Bozeman, Wyo., petitioned to place the wolverine on the…

… will conduct a study in 2004 to determine the wolverine's "biology, ecology, distribution and habitat ... as well as poten- tial threats to its existence," said Ralph Mor- genweck, director of the Fish…

… status of the wolverine, a mem- ber of the weasel family, is labeled as "Sensi- tive," WolverineFoundation.org states. Their numbers are declining due to hunting and fur trapping, but there is evidence…

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…

December 04, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 61) • Page Image 11

… most cer- tainly did. In an event littered with the world's top swimming talent, the Wolverines showed why they deserve to be near the top of the collegiate ranks. Michigan won the college division at…

… the U. S. Open, as its 293 points handily defeated competition that included the likes of No. 1 Auburn (91.5 points) and No. 9 Northwestern (118 points). The Wolverines putup solid num- bers across the…

…. The quar- tet was just one-hundredth of a second behind the Club Wolverine team that included former Wolver- ine stars Davis Tarwater and Peter Vanderkaay, along with Michigan assistant coach Michael…

…-long theme of frustration and heartache. A losing record, no tournament bid and an overall bad taste in their mouths led the Wolverines to set one goal for the 2006 sea- son: Play in December. The team…

… accomplished that goal by the slimmest of margins, losing in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to Cal Poly 3- 1 on Dec. 1. But before they played the match, the Wolverines had to play the waiting game. The…

… just itching to get - out there on the court." Finally, on Friday night, in front of nearly 3,000 energized Cal Poly fans - the largest crowd ever to watch a volleyball game in Mott Gym - the Wolverines

… took the court for their first NCAA ' Tournament match since 2004. Game one showcased a high level of play from both sides of the net, but the Mustangs strung together four small runs that the Wolverines

… much steadier than us." Like its play during the Big Ten season, Michigan started slowly but soon regained its composure. The Wolverines came out swing- ing in game two, dedicated to put- ting…

… wall, the Wolverines went on a killing spree, recording 21 of their 58 total kills in the sec- ond game. Along with the forceful offen- sive play, Michigan's defense set- tled down and played a steadier…

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…

March 04, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 86) • Page Image 14

… great job of staying focused on this match." Matt Brink, Otto Olson and Andy Hrovat were all vic- torious in their final bouts in Cliff Keen Arena as the Wolverines won eight of 10 matches in the dual…

Wolverines easily took care of the Spartans In their final home meet of the season. Michigan was without 141-pounder Clark Forward who is still recovering from an ankle infection he suf- fered in Iowa City…

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…

March 04, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 86) • Page Image 12

…4B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - March 4, 2002 Slap shouts "First place is great, but we have bigger dragons to slay." - Michigan forward Mike Cammalleri after the Wolverines beat Western…

… game tied at two, junior John Shouneyia redirected a Mark Mink pass past Western Michi- gan goalie JeffReynaert to put Michigan ahead for good. The Wolverines added three more goals to clinch the CCHA…

May 04, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 140) • Page Image 14

…. The eighth-seeded Wolverines fiercely battled the ninth-seeded Spartans and forced four matches into a decisive third set. "It was windy out here and that means you really have to concentrate," Michigan…

… determined. The match will likely mark the end of the Michigan co-captain's collegiate career, as the Wolverines are unlikely to receive a bid for the NCAA Tournament. He finishes with a 72-63 record in four…

March 04, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 105) • Page Image 8

… no different. 'The Wolverines struggled to capi- t*Iize on oppor- tunities late in " cH GAN 56 tie game enN A rmute to a 61-56 loss to Indiana at Assembly Hall. The defeat dropped Michigan (7-8 Big Ten…

…, 16-10 overall) to just 1-6 on the road this season in confer- ence play and all but ensured that Michigan will not earn an at-large bid come Selection Sunday. The Wolverines will, most likely, need to…

January 04, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 69) • Page Image 11

…'texactlyawinterbreak. Between semesters, the men's swimming team traveled to the La LomaAltitude TrainingCenterin San Luis Potosi, Mexico. In the sunny, 70- degree weather, the Wolverines par- ticipated in a rigorous altitude…

… said. "We jumped right into the training and we GLI From page 1B Wolverine netminder Billy Sauer, who helped defeat Michigan Tech 4-1 by stopping 27 shots the night before, withstood the flurry the…

… well-placed wrister from Tim Crowder. The Wolverines tied it up with a power-play goal of their own the next period. Sophomore Tra- vis Turnbull looked to hit Brandon Naurato waiting in the slot, but…

… instead the puck bounced off the inside of a Michigan State defend- er's knee and right past goalie Jeff Lerg. But that would be the only time the puck found its way behind the tiny Spartan. The Wolverines

… turn gave the players an extra spring in their step. But despite playing their best basketball of the season, the Wolverines could not shake free of Illinois early in the second half. With 13:04 left in…

… the game, Michigan held a slim 42-41 lead. From there, the Wolverines (1-0 Big Ten, 13-3 overall) offense hit a level not yet seen this year. Harris dribbled to the paint and pulled up for a mid…

… said. "So then you step back, and the jump shots seem easier, too." Off a media timeout, Illinois switched to a zone defense in an attempt to stifle the Michigan run. The Wolverines swung the ball until…

… final two minutes. Abram responded with a jump- er, the Wolverines forced a turn- over on the next possession and Abram knocked down two free throws to put Michigan up 65-57 were pretty beat up during…

… very often," coach Bob Bowman said. "Swimming outdoors and being outin the open air is always great." The Wolverines take ayearlytrain- ing trip over the holidays and travel out of the country every four…

…,makingit3-1on ashorthanded goal fromGLI MostValuable Player Bryan Lerg. Michigan senior Matt Hunwick bobbled the puck at the blue line, waiting to set something up for the lifeless Wolverine power play. Lerg…

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…

November 04, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 42) • Page Image 14

… 4 6B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 4, 2002 Cagers struggle against lesser foe 6 TONY DING/Daily Michigan sophomore Tarn Leach helped lead the Wolverines to a third-place at the…

… Wayne State, Michigan coach Tommy Amaker was hoping to answer some questions about his y o u n g Wolverines. WAYNE STATE 68 Instead, he found out M MICHIGAN 79 he has to add to the laundry list of…

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

April 04, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 111) • Page Image 9

… might escape without any damage. But Wilson couldn't cap- ture the final out and gave up five runs before Michigan coach Carol Hutchins pulled her in favor of junior Jennie Ritter. The Wolverines

…) finished the weekend 3-1 with a split against Iowa and yester- day a sweep of Illinois. But during Friday's game against Iowa (2-2, 28-8), the Hawkeyes snapped the Wolverines' 32-game winning streak and…

September 04, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 2) • Page Image 17

Wolverines an advantage most schools do not have. It would mean nothing, though, if the seniors were not leaders. Fortu- nately, each of them brings something to the table that will help the team. SOCCER "It…

… helps any team to have Notebook senior leadership, not just seniors," Michigan coach Debbie Rademacher said. "All seven are con- tributors in their own way." The Wolverines are going with a tri…

… in the nation. Adam Bruh has already turned heads by becoming the fastest Wolverine to accumulate three assists in team history. With a very deep team, the Wolverines have set their sights high. They…

October 04, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

…'s women's tennis team will begin its 2001-02 season tomorrow at the fourth annual Wolverine Fall Invita- tional. The Wolverines will host var- ious schools from across the region including Bowling Green, De…

… excited to begin the season. "Since Septem- ber 13, the team has made lots of progress and we're very anxious to compete," Ritt said,adding that VARSITY TENNIS CENTER Whoi Michigan hosts the Wolverine Fall…

… Invitational When: Friday through Sunday Latest: This will be the Wolverines' first competitive matches of the 2001-02 sea- son. "Daniel had an outstanding career as a student-athlete," Ritt said. "She's an…

… divided into the blue, maize and wolverine flights. In last year's. competition, Michigan dominated each field, placing first in each division and claiming the top two spots in three of the four. After…

January 04, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 69) • Page Image 9

… OUTNUMBERED By MARK GIANNOTTO Daily Sports Writer Michigan coach John Beilein warned everyone this season would feature plenty of growing pains as he attempted to mold the Wolverine program to his Michigan…

… coaching style. at Purdu But over the past few weeks, the reality of what Matchup: has become a forgettable Purdue 9-4; season has finally hit the Michigan 4-9 Wolverines square in the When: Tomor- jaw. The…

Wolverines (0-1 Big Ten, 4-9 overall) will get another chance to start fresh tomorrow when they travel to West Lafayette to face Purdue (9-4). But the Edmond, Okla., native hasn't allowed his disappointment to…

… had 12 points and 13 rebounds. On Wednesday, Wisconsin followed the same script, outreboundingthe Wolverines by 10 and getting several easy putback bas- kets from freshman Jon Leuer and junior Marcus…

… nation of weeks of hard off-ice work. With- Month for December. Sauer went 3-0-0 to out teammates to practice with or coaches close out 2007. ... The Wolverines extended to provide structure, Caporusso…

… the home during Michigan's brief Christmas GLI's All-Tournament team. ROB M iG RIN/Dail Junior Jessica Minnfield was the only Wolverine to pose an offensive threat to Ohio State, scoring 18 points in…

… contribute, it doesn't mean much. Junior Jessica Minnfield was the lone bright spot in the middle of a bleak eve- ning for the Wolverines. She scored 18 points and sparked an early 8-0 run for Michigan in a 66…

…-42 loss to No. 21 Ohio State. Michigan (1-1 Big Ten, 8-4 overall) opened the game poorly and quickly found itself down 9-0. Minnfield chipped in the next eight points for the Wolverines, bringing them…

…'s always going to be very frustrat- ing if we don't get good shots," Minnfield said. The Buckeyes' domination extended to the glass, where they held a 17-rebound advantage over Michigan. The Wolverines never…

January 04, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 54) • Page Image 16

…'s basketball team fell face-first in a 80-60 loss against Purdue in last night's Big Ten opener. The thorough drubbing seemed to evap- orate any mirage of hope the Wolverines (0-1 Big Ten, 6- 6 overall…

…." Michigan returned to its four-game losing-streak form of fundamental ineptitude. The Wolverines' turnovers, missed free-throws and dire foul trouble allowed the Boilermakers to operate with comfortable leads…

April 04, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 126) • Page Image 9

… victory. After games were cancelled on Friday and Saturday due to inclement weather, the Wolverines (3-3 Big Ten, 12- 12 overall) and the Golden Gophers (6-0, 16-10) finally got together for two seven…

… second to third in the Big Ten. Michigan State was able to get a win over the Hawkeyes yester- day, putting both teams at first place. Last season, the Wolverines were in a similar situation when games…

April 04, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 128) • Page Image 9

…'s big bats beat Central Michigan yesterday 13-3 at The Fish. The Wolverines' two six-run innings helped rout the Chip- pewas and continued the Maize and Blue's trend of games featur- ing both explosive…

… hits and rain delays. Michigan (16-6) has struggled with slow starts this season, rely- ing on a big inning later in the game. But against Central Michi- gan (15-12), the Wolverines had their impressive…

March 04, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 105) • Page Image 10

…'s basketball team has short-term memory. Tonight, the second season begins in Indianapolis - the Big Ten Tournament. X Forget that the Wolverines lost to first-round opponent Illi- TONIGHT nois in Champagne on…

… definitely go all the way," said guard Sierra Hauser-Price about Michi- gan's odds in the Big Ten Tournament. "Everybody starts 0-0, so everybody has a chance." The Wolverines have beaten Illinois in the first…

April 04, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 126) • Page Image 11

… said. "I'm just trying to keep lowering my time so I am ready for the big races at the end of the season." As they have done throughout their time as Wolverines, senior tri-captain April Phillips and…

… individual suc- cesses. And although the Wolverines were extremely diligent in their preparation for the invitational, there were still some butterflies, especially before the 1,500-meter run. "I'm not going…

… even more impressive was Ellerton's second-place finish in the 800-meter run, the most exciting event of the day. Four Wolverine runners achieved NCAA regional qualifying times in the 800-meter run…

… - Ellerton, Schneider, senior Dan Cooke and junio'r Tom Green- less, with times of 1:49.76, 1:50.50, 1:50.49, and 1:50.95, respectively. Qualifying four runners was a big achievement for the Wolverines, and…

… announced its Academic All-Conference performers; the Michigan women's swimming team had 15 winners from just 21 eligible ath- letes. Academic honors like these have been an integral part of the Wolverines

…'s academic lives, Richardson's teams have still been very successful in the pool. This year, the Wolverines fin- ished 14th in the nation, but in 1995 and 1996, Michigan had back-to-back top- three finishes at…

… also coached women that competed in the Olympics for the United States, Canada and Australia. His Wolverines have won 13 Big Ten titles (including 12 straight from 1987-98). Richardson is not the kind of…

… Jackson can be reached at siiackso@umich.edu. be around 10th place, and we have about 10 guys who run faster than (1:52) already." Translation: The Wolverines per- formed better than expected in the 800…

… yesterday against Michigan State and Eastern Michigan. The meet was scheduled for Saturday, but was not held until yesterday due to extremely windy conditions. The Wolverines swept all varsity races…

…, consisting of two eight-per- son boats and two boats of four. Rowing through the 1,950-meter course in freezing temperatures, the Wolverines managed to bear the cold and inch ahead of the Spartans and Eagles…

May 04, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 140) • Page Image 13

… would have meant a share of the Big Ten lead for the Michigan baseball team. But sloppy defense and a pair of blown scoring opportunities led the Wolverines to falter 6-3 against Michigan State and a fall…

… inconsistent sea- son, the Wolverines performed at their best on Saturday in Iowa City against the nation's top teams. Tenth-see Michigan cap- tured its fourth Big Ten Champi- onship in the past five seasons…

March 04, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 86) • Page Image 9

… to finish in the top six to secure the title for the Wolverines. "I knew that they would compete. I was more concerned with keeping the baton in our hands ' around the track," Michigan coach James…

… Henry said. The Wolverines followed those instructions, finishing fourth with a time of 3:45. That was enough to lift Michigan over rival Indiana by the slimmest margin (116-114.5) in the 21-year history…

March 04, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 105) • Page Image 12

… different. With a single win, the CCHA regular season title will belong to the Wolverines. Michigan currently leads second- place Miami by just two points. The Spartans sit in third, two PROF. BRIAN SCHICK ON…

…, goals per game, while the Wolverines over the conference year, Michigan has have averaged 3.71 each contest. So allowed just over two goals per game, something has to give. second best in the conference…

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…

October 04, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 4) • Page Image 16

…- shadowed by her team's up-and-down play in a weekend of conference com- petition. The Wolverines controlled their match against Purdue (3-1 Big Ten, 10-4), but struggled to beat an Indiana team that remains…

…. Even though the Boilermak- ers won the close second game, 34-32, and improved their hitting throughout the match, the Wolverines never lost control. "It was the steadiest our team has played all year…

October 04, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 4) • Page Image 17

…," Berenson said. "And when we capitalize (on shorthanded chances), those are huge goals"t The penalty kill spent a lot of time on the ice, with the Wolverines drawing nine penalties. Michiganl alternate…

… situations, a majority of Al Montoya's work came when the Wolverines weref down a man.E "I think we could have done a better job overall in1 terms of killing penalties," Rogers said. "With thatc said, we didn…

… started when he took the puck off a Wind- sor defender's skate and then fired it past goalie Jay Ewasiuk. Kevin Porter spent considerable time on the penalty kill, scoring his first goal as a Wolverine

… picked up two points each for the Blue team. Seniors Milan Gajic and Michael Woodford netted the White team's only goals. Despite lacking the intensity of a normal game, the match-up gave the Wolverines

… another chance to get their game legs. The Wolverines will likely add two of the 12 non- roster players - comprised mostly of club team play- ers - that participated in yesterday's game to fill out their…

… of the dis- allowed goal, the Wolverines finished the half extremely flat, giving Har %,rd a couple of good scoring chances. At the start of the second half, Michigan played like a different team, exh…

…'s soccer team had an opportunity to take a stranglehold on the Big Ten standings this weekend with games against fellow contenders No. 5 Penn State and No. 21 Ohio State. But the No. 16 Wolverines (4-1-1 Big…

… weekend, including a career-high 11 against Ohio State. Michigan was outshot 14-9 in the first half against the Buckeyes, but 'Ibura kept the Wolverines in the game until fresh- man defender Kandice Mc…

… spectacular saves. In the 63rd minute, Ohio State's Laura Dickenmann finally broke through with the tying goal. Following a Buckeye's scoring chance, the Wolverine defense was unable to clear the ball. Ohio…

… where it left off, but was only able to muster one shot on goal. With the game in double overtime and fatigue setting in, the Wolverines were again and again saved by Tuura. She made two diving saves in…

April 04, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 109) • Page Image 8

…A OeRTSdiiganBadld SP.RT michigandaily.com sportsdesk@umich.edu THURSDAY APRIL 4, 2002 8A. Meet Tables are turned as Wolverines leave Yost By J. Brady McCoIlough Daily Sports Writer It's been…

…: 7:30 p.m. Where: Xcel Energy Center Latest: In their second straight Frozen Four; the Wolverines will take on the home team in the Golden Gophers. TOM FELDKAMP/Daily If Michigan is to defeat…

September 04, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

… rest of us so much confidence." Gatesneeded allthesupportshe could get in the opening minutes of the second half when the Fight- ing Irish's offense posed their greatest threat to the Wolverines. Gates…

… good as Michigan's defense was, it wasn't until the second overtime that the Wolverine 4 4 By COURTNEY RATKOWIAK Daily Sports Writer The Michigan men's cross coun- try team started the year on the…

… and Fel- lows fourth overall. Gras said the Wolverines ran faster than last year because they paced themselves with the eventual first- and second-place runners, both from Eastern Michigan. "Last year…

…, they took it out really slow, and this year, we started going at a good pace from the get-go," Gras said. "The (Eastern Michigan runners) made the whole race faster for everybody." Just five Wolverines

…, giving Michigan a free kick and a chance to win. But Dobbyn's effort sailed over the net, stifling Michigan's best attempt to notch the upset win. Despite the tie, the Wolverines were pleased with their…

…'t around to experience last year's success. In her first collegiate race at the Wolverine Open on Friday, Dani- elle Tauro raced her way to first with a time of 18:22. "For a freshman to win the whole thing…

April 04, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 109) • Page Image 10

… OFFENSE VS. MICHIGAN DEFENSE: The Wolverines' bluelin- ers have improved dramatically since the teams met earlier this sea- son, giving up less shots on goal and more importantly, fewer grade- A scoring…

… Michigan to handle for 60 minutes. With Leopold - also the top offensive defenseman in the country - joining the rush when the time is right, the Golden Gophers are too tough for the Wolverines to stop. Edge…

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…

April 04, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 111) • Page Image 10

…_ Western Michigan a RAY FisH week ago. Who:Michi If the Wolverines (2- bTledo (-13 4 Big Ten, 9-15-1 over- When:3p . all) can come out today Latest: Mch with a win over Toledo its econdho will be a step in…

… coming around." A victory would also be only the second the Wolverines will have seen at home this season since beating Bowling Green 6-2 at Fisher Stadium last Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Rockets haven…

January 04, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 69) • Page Image 9

…ROSE BOWL DITION f SOUTHERN CAL 32, MICHIGAN 18 LEFT BEHIND Souther Cal receiver Dwayne Jarrett torched the Wolverine defense for 205 yards at two touchdowns on 11 catches in Southern Cal's 32…

…. 18 win against Michigan. "If they line up one Exhibit A: The game's first play. way, if they're in certain formations, it doesn't As the Wolverines lined up in their typical take a rocket scientist to…

…'s not elite 12w Total Michigan rushing yards PASADENA, Calif. - Seri( Under a pic- turesque mountain backdrop, with a fired-up contin- gent of Wolverine fans providing audio accompani- ment, the sun- M…

…'s carefully planned answers - a losing one. The 4-1 loss to No. 14 Michigan State at Joe Louis Arena made it a decade since the Wolverines last won the Invitational. They were last crowned GLI Champions in 1996…

April 04, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 111) • Page Image 13

…." - Michigan coach Rich Maloney on the team s reaction after the Wolverines took their first lead of the series PLAYERS OF THE SERIES Matt Fornasiere (Minnesota) Minnesota's leadoff hitter sparked the Gophers…

… Michigan. He also shined defensive- ly, gunning down five baserunners. PH RERBB 8 4 11 5 so 7 FRIDAY'S GAME Michigan Wolverines 0 LP:Jim Brauer (4-1) Minnesota Golden Gophers 1 WP: Matt Loberg (3…

April 04, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 111) • Page Image 14

… medley relay at the NCAA Indoor Championships, senior Ron- dell Ruff was one of the Wolverines that competed well and ran strategically strong races. "The wind made all of the races very tac- tical," Ruff…

… said. Despite the weather, a few Wolverines posted regional qualifying times and mul- tiple runners hit personal-bests. In the 400-meter hurdles, Stowe posted a regional qualifying time of 52.29, shaving…

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… Michigan forward Chris Gobert took a feed from Dan Donnette and beat Josh Blackburn five-hole to tie the game. Wolverines took three out of four possible points from Northern Michigan in Marquette…

… outburst in tallying three goals and an assist to pace the Wolverines and lengthen his scoring streak to six games. JOSH BLACKBURN GOALTENDER Blackburn turned away 44-of-48 shots as the stabilizing force…

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… Terrapins shot 9.1 percent from beyond the are in the first half, while the Wolverines made a season-high six threes. The contrast helped the Wolver- ines build a 35-29 halftime lead. Butin the second half…

…'s comeback, frustrating Wolverine players and forcing them to cough up the ball. With the loss, Michigan falls to 3-5 all- time in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. It's the Wolverines' third consecutive loss in the…

… will face another ACC foe Saturday when it rematches Duke at Cris- ler Arena. The Wolverines lost 71-56 to the Blue Devils two weeks ago at Madison Square Garden. As the players filtered off the court…

… for the right mix," Beilein said. "I'm notsure what it is, but we'll find it." By MICHAEL EISENSTEIN Daily Sports Editor In the Michigan hockey team's season- opening exhibition game, a Wolverines' 4…

… does here he'll be an effective player there, butrarely do I get a better player back," Berenson said. The results of the World Junior Champion- ship won't effect the Wolverines. But if Rust can…

… revitalize his offense in Ottawa, Michi- gan may returnwith a much deeper and more consistent scoring unit the second half of the season. WRESTLING Todd looks to join elite club of Wolverine wrestlers By…

… weekend's Cliff Keen Invitational in Las Vegas just two wins shy of the cen- tury mark. He looks to join former Wolverines Josh Churella, Eric Tannenbaum, and current assis- tant coach and 2008 Olympian…

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…4B-The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - April 4, 2005 PLAYERS OF THE IOWA SERIES PLAYERS OF THE ILLINOIS SERIES Lisa Birocci (Iowa) Birocci held the Wolverines to just two runs on seven hits in…

… record of 50 home runs in a single season. Four hours and six home runs later, the Wolverines left with a new impressive season record - 22 games before the end of the regular season. After a power surge…

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…10B - The Michigan Daily - FACEOFF 2001 - Thursday, October 4, 2001 i U w 14P w w w w The Michigan Daily - FACEOFF 2001 Mike Cammalleri has always been... 9 The Wolverines' Mr. Everything…

…. During the early part of the sea- son, the Wolverines willM count on " Cammalleri for their offensive Height-5'9" punch because of Weight -182 lbs.. their lack of Grade - Junior proven experience Pos…

… season to torment defenses across the nation. This year, with Hilbert wearing the black and gold of the Boston Bruins, Cammalleri will look to form a new dynamic duo with another Wolverine. Who that will…

… Michigan was eam." two wins away from winning its oach Red Berenson 10th national championship last season. With the help of Cammalleri, the Wolverines were playing their best hockey, and after their victory…

… got it t He just gets better and better." -head coach Re ie's CE ,e h ar 1s t, dC Mike Cammalleri led the Wolverines with 29 goals last season. Now he must rise up and lead his team to the next…

… least. The Wolverines were caught flat-footed and weren't ready for the initial push of the Eagles. Cammalleri, recently named one of the team's three alternate captains, took a lot from the loss to…

… the other team. We need to come out as the team with the chip on our shoulder this time around." . Michigan's 2000-2001 performance was like a roller coaster ride. One night the Wolverines would…

… dominate their opponent, and then the next they'd come out with a total lack of intensity. This. inconsistency is another issue that Cammalleri must try and address if the Wolverines plan to contend for the…

… improve that this season." With 10 freshmen joining the return- ing Wolverines this season, Cammalleri's role will be even more important than in most years. "They're very impressionable," Cammalleri said…

… Development Program Under-18 Team, the Long Island native arrived in Ann Arbor. During his first season, Komisarek was an immediate impact player for the Wolverines. He finished second among the team…

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…10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 4, 2005 TREVOR CAMPBELL/Daily Michigan golfer Christian Vozza helped the Wolverines win their first tournament in more than four seasons. Vozza helped by…

… and the umpire signaled the strikeout call. Not only did Delaney get a taste of Michigan softball in the Wolverines' first game on Sunday, but Michigan coach Carol Hutchins also had her start the…

… greatest achieve- ment in his time at Michigan. Two weekends back, at the Wolverine Intercollegiate, Vozza took first place overall and helped Michigan post its first tournament victory in more than four…

… victory - the Wolverines and his parents. Vozza got to share his first collegiate victory with the teammates that took him golfing when he was a child and watched him take home the Amateur Championship last…

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… 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…

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… said. The result was a 1-0 Michigan overtime win, which gave the Wolverines a victory over heat- ed-rival Ohio State for the second straight year. The "W" also put Michigan in a four-way tie with…

… the year, won the game, and showed Earp and any other doubters that the Wolverines don't just consist of Cameron and Turpin. "Coach has been stressing all year long, it's not a one- or a two-man team…

… Eric Chan Daily Sports Writer Who would win in a fight? A wolverine or a wildcat? This past Friday, the Wildcats got the last laugh as the No. 21 Michigan women's soccer team dropped its last regular…

…-7) dominated the rest of the game. The Wildcats pounded the ball into Michigan's zone over and over, out-shooting the Wolverines 14-3 in the second half of the con- test. Early in the second period, Kentucky…

… Purdue yesterday afternoon, behind power- house Penn State. Because of the Illini's win, the Wolverines will remain the second seed in the upcoming conference tournament and will face seventh- seeded Ohio…

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…'s just one big class, one big team that stands out." Like the '98 Wolverines, this year's team did not take the high road to col- lege hockey's most hallowed weekend. The team struggled all season - losses…

… against league featherweights, Alaska- Fairbanks, Ferris State and Lake Superior, compounded Michigan's problems against Michigan State. The Spartans put the Wolverines in a sleeper- hold in four out of…

…. Bowling Green coach Danny Schmitz pulled Baumgartner before he could get one Wolverine out. The inning was highlighted by a Mike Sokol triple that ended with him crossing the plate after a throwing error at…

… baseman Nate Wright led the best offensive game of the season for the Wolverines, going 4-for-5 with Player AB R H BI Christman cf 5 1 0 0 Schmitz If 3 0 0 1 Eliasrf 2 000 Morrison rf 3 0 0 0 Loomis ss 1 0…

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… victories yesterday, Min- nesota not only swept the Wolverines in a rain-shortened weekend series, but it took a 74-73 edge in the teams' all-time series. Dating back to its first game in 1893, the Minnestoa…

… because you know it's such a battle, and it's just good baseball." Yesterday's victories improved Min- nesota's record in the last four years against the Wolverines to 12-2. Although Michigan lost the first…

… only coached 24 games in a Wolverine uniform, he realizes the importance of the storied series, especially in today's context. "Minnesota is an outstanding pro- gram, and they're certainly one of the…

…: t~l o2(9)" Sokol (10) HBP- Cantalamessa; Roberts. 5 - Steidl (5); Pattee (3). 8 7 Junior Jake Fox and the Wolverines suffered a doubleheader sweep at the hands of Big Ten-leader Minnesota. BROCK…

… senior centerfield- er Gino Lollio experienced a few misplays in the matchup against the Gophers. Cantalamessa over-ran a ball early in the fifth inning of the first game, which later cost the Wolverines a…

… right on top of it." Even though the Michigan defense was obviously affected by the nasty weather, the Wolverines do not feel that the weather is a handicap with their performance in the field. But…

Wolverine uniform: Although Koman did start 51 games as a freshman in 2000, he truly broke out of his shell as a sophomore. In 2001, Koman tore apart pitching, hitting .383 with 14 homeruns and 60 RBIs, 211…

…'s what good teams do." Michigan answered in the sixth inning when Brandon Roberts came up with the bases loaded and launched a ball deep down the right field line. The Wolverines raced to the top of the…

…," Lollio said. in their last three turns at bat. The Wolverines had 17 hits on the day, but managed to score just seven runs. "We had runners in scoring position the whole game," Koman said. "But we couldn…

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Wolverines ended their season by losing six straight. Robinson did his part, contributing 20 points in the lose to Ohio State. SATURDAY'S GAME Ohio State 84 Michigan 75 Players of the Game Dommanic Ingerson…

… (Michigan), Ingerson led the Wolverines with 21 points and three assists while shooting 8- of-14 from the field. Brian Brown (Ohio State) Brown, who played all 40 minutes, scored 19 points, dished out 8…

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… had its entire roster together on the ice during yesterday's practice for the first time in weeks. And if captain Jed Ortmeyer's knee continues to improve heading into the weekend, the Wolverines might…

… deal with yester- day. The Wolverines also had to cope with the loss of yet another member, when Dommanic Ingerson announced his intention to transfer from Michigan at the end of the semester.q Ingerson…

… would be the second Wolverine to depart from the team in the past week. Junior Avery Queen was dismissed for unspeci- fied team rule violations after the team returned from the Paradise Jam last Wednesday…

… something to do with (his decision)." Ingerson's only action this season came during the Wolverine's first exhibition game against Wayne State Nov. 1. In his third minute of play, he went up for a rebound but…

… captain back on the ice for prac- tice should be a big boost for the Wolverines. "I think (his) leadership is huge on this team, it's been really important," Berenson said. "I can't tell you it's been…

… College Hockey Showcase this past weekend by naming him the conference's Defensive Player of the Week. Montoya stopped 57 of the 59 shots he faced to lead the Wolverines to wins over Wisconsin and Minnesota…

January 04, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 54) • Page Image 11

… Herron (19) was not enough to overcome road. Three low-post pla the more balanced Wolverines by freshman Jennifer Sm Senior guard Anne Thorius scored all 14 of her points The game had four lea in the…

… second half, including a 3-pointer with 1:57 left to teams went into the lock put Michigan back up by nine. Michigan's 1 1-0 run mid- up 30-29. Michigan twi way through the second gave the Wolverines the…

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