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October 04, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 22) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 4, 1985- Page 5 A Michigan cheerleader flies through the air, urging the 100,000-plus fans to cheer for the Wolverines. An Ann Arbor policeman keeps a silent…

… watch over the crowd. Wolverine punter Monte Bobbins warms up on the sidelines. Marching band conductor Eric Becher leads the halftime show. Photographs by ANDI SCHREIBER . s ' IF …

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…

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…

November 04, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 42) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 4, 1988--Page 11 Jug Continued from Page 1 get up more for Michigan than for any other team. He does acknow- ledge, however that the Wolverine defense poses a…

… Little Brown Jug. THE JUG was a forgotten Wolverine water jug left at a 'Minnesota-Michigan game in 1903. When the Wolverines asked to get the jug returned, the Gophers said Ahey'd have to win it back. So…

… HANDELMAN/Doily Michigan defenders; Erick Anderson (37), Brent White (88), and Tripp Welbourne (3) can't stop a Wake Forest running back as he scores a touchdown. The Wolverines hope to do better against…

… the numbers one through twelve have been equally as hexing, as the Wolverines have dropped every conference game. After opening the season 10-3, the Wolverines' record now stands at 10-16 and their Big…

… Invitational. The Wolverines won in four games. The next time the, intrastate rivals faced each other was last month's contest in Ann Arbor, with the Spartans winning in five games. And Wednesday night, the…

Wolverines lost to the Spartans in three games, 12-15, 10-15, 14-16. "THEY REALLY prepared to play us," said Michigan assistant coach Youde Wang. "Before they didn't pass very well. Last night they passed…

… unusually well." "Michigan has a big block. They block well and we respect it," said Michigan State coach Ginger Mayson. "We passed really well (to overcome it)." The Wolverines and Michigan State share the…

…, Karla Hunter, and Kristen Lang were injured. First-year player Jennifer Paulson, considered a valuable addition, has been out the entire season. And most recently the Wolverines lost Wendy Raber and Laura…

…. UNFORTUNATELY, in their defeats, the Wolverines' weaknesses have overshadowed their strengths. Their biggest weakness appears to be ball handling. "During a game a blocked ball goes in any direction. We don…

… important as another trophy the Wolverines would like a chance to play for - the Rose Bowl cup. IF MINNESOTA can pull off the upset, that would throw a major kink into Michigan's Rose Bowl plans. Will they…

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…

September 04, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 1) • Page Image 62

…Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 4, 1986 GOPHERS END WOLVERINE DOMINANCE a etters aim to recapture transfer from Pepperdine. Nagel has LAST YEAR'S freshman phenom ving Ann Arbor…

… the California Wolverines with a consistent ace in fifth singles spots respectively, last Ten conference meet, sending three tennis powerhouse which finished either the first or second singles spot year…

… the last 19 tears that failed to bring home a Big Ten Championship. A FALLING dynasty? Hardly. Not only do the Wolverines return 411 but two members of last year's 4quad, they've also added "one of the…

Wolverines have a wealth of talent and experience. It's no wonder Eisner has "a very positive outlook" for next season. More than likely, steady Ed Filer (12-11 overall, 7-5 in Big Ten) will return to his…

…, sophomore Chip McColl, or sophomore Mike Pizutello figure to team with some of the singles players to fill out the final two doubles spots. Even with their strong returning nucleus, the Wolverines will still…

… were 10 or 12 foreign players in the Big Ten. Add those to the good players in the U.S. and that makes the competition that much tougher." But the Wolverine mentor seems to have title thoughts on his…

… mind again. "We improved throughout last season and we lost several close matches that I though we could have won. We must continue to improve... and I think we have." If Eisner is right, the Wolverines

… Syndrome, the 1986-87 petitor a season should be a great im- being a s provement for the Wolverines and more agg coach Bitsy Ritt. my singl( Injuries to no less than four key Basle r players forced Ritt to…

… individual slide a bit as she moved to slot. er junior with two solid on her racquet is Bloomfield Ave Erin Ashare, who posted victories as a freshman. RE ADDED some much onsistency to the Wolverines' matches…

… teammates hope to return the conference championship to Michigan. The Wolverines have won the Big Ten Title 17 of the last 19 years. *'II6& II A 44 1 Headqartes fo Autenti "Chapion SwatsT-shrts& Shrts 4 A…

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…

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…

September 04, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 127

…-season announcement from head coach Johnny Orr-he was resigning as the Wolverines' all-time winningest coach (209-113) in favor of a lucrative head coaching position at Iowa State. This time, even Orr seemed surprised…

…." Succeeding Orr is six-year assistant coach Bill Frieder, who entered the Wolverine coaching ranks in 1973 following back-to-back Class A state championships as coach of Flint Nor- thern High. With Frieder at…

… Orr's side, the Wolverines attained an impressive 125-47 mark. While Orr departed, the key talent remains for Frieder to mold. Michigan returns all but three of its 1979-80 roster, including all five…

…- tonides could give the Wolverines the board strength they've lacked in recent 1979-80 Big Ten Basketball Standings optimism.Experience, McCormick years to seriously contend for the Big Ten title…

…-although it may take a while. Three additional freshmen who may see considerable action are forward- guards Dean Hopson (Ann Arbor), M. C. Burton (son of the Wolverine's 1959 MVP by the same name), and Dan…

September 04, 2012 (vol. 123, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com September 4, 2012 - 5B Wolverines knocked off twice in California trip Daley, Michigan split first homestand of 2012 season By ALEJANDRO ZUNIGA For the…

…. "Haley's been a rock for us, and tonight was no different," Ryan said. "She really kept us in it." Kopmeyer's performance, plus a strong effort from the Wolverine back line, couldn't contain the 49ers. In…

… players. "I was very proud of the team effort," Ryan said. "We were very unfortunate not to win, but sometimes those things hap- pen." The Michigan coach added that "six to eight" players had Wolverines

… Kofi Opare anchored a mostly-solid defensive effort by the Wolverines. In the first half, they con- trolled the center of the field and did a good job maintaining pos- session. But the Vikings had more…

…'t enough to get the offense going in the first half. Though Michigan dominated the time of possession in the first half, the Wolverines tallied just seven shots compared to the Vikings' six. Even so, the…

… seemed to lose a little bit The Wolverine's best scor- of energy and our determination ing opportunity in the first half (in the second half)," Klemczak came during the 16th minute said. "We lost a little…

…-blank State assumed all of the momen- look while sliding to reach the tum and kept it for the remain- ball with his foot, but Viking der of the half, out-shooting the senior goalie Brad Stuver Wolverines 10…

…, Cleveland State went from scored another easy goal mak- ing it 3-0 and out of reach for the bad to worse, Wolverines. Though the final score was unfortunately. 3-0, the firstgoal was the differ- ence…

… - breaking the tie. "It is very frustrating to see goals like that go in," Klemczak Wolverines an extra push offen- said. "But we need to respond sively. better than we did and we need With 14:30 he subbed in…

… it go to the bench again with fresh- takes on Northeastern at home. man midfielder Jason Stacy. This game will be the final Cleveland State also went to game of the Wolverines' current the bench in the…

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…

April 04, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 97) • Page Image 7

… through the Big Ten slate and suffering an early exit in the conference tournament, the Wolverines weren't expected to be the last Big Ten team standing in late March. Michigan finished the regular season 6…

… appearance since 1994. A late rally against the Jayhawks and a drubbing of the Gators propelled the Wolverines to their first Final Four since 1993. So why is Michigan finally hot? "Just coming into the (NCAA…

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…

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…

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, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 134) • Page Image 12

… of Michi- gan baseball alumni in the stands to honor the retirement of Larkin's jer- sey, the Wolverines were unable to seal the win. "It's definitely disappointing (to lose), especially on a day when…

… second baseman Anthony Toth came sprinting across home plate. As the score evened out to 2-2, the Wolverines had a chance at a come- back win. But the late run was for naught as the Buckeyes tallied one…

May 04, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 134) • Page Image 11

…Tuesday, May 4, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 11l Larkin honored during Blue's series win over rival Ohio State Michigan tested by UK, wins weekend series Wolverines take two of…

… world, and with our middle infield, we'll eas- ily turn a double play. We've done it all week and throughout the year and I have so much confidence that we can get that job done." And the Wolverines

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

May 04, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

… yesterday as the Broncos of Western Michigan edg- ed the Wolverines, 2-1. The score was tied until the last of the ninth, when with one out, WMU's Pat Locanto singled home Bruce Roberts with the winning run…

… Cuyler's triple to right field. Michigan's record is now 15-5 and Western's is 12-2. Last Saturday the Wolverine diamondmen won their seventh and eighth consecutive games in patented good…

… the second game of the doubleheader the Wolverines, down 5-2 going into the last inning, stunned the disbelieving Badgers again by put- ting seven runs across the plate in the seventh and final inning…

…. (The second game of Big Ten double- headers is always limited to seven innings.) The final score was 9-5. These two wins brought the Wolverines' Big Ten record to 4-0. all the wins being credited to…

… Wildcat errors and a wild pitch. Two insurance runs were added in the ninth on an infield single by Al Bara, a walk to Sygar, two wild pitches and Bob Gilhooley's run- scoring infield out. The Wolverines

… home run and a single which ever. Two non-conference gameTncapos*dNCAr- drove inthree runs, snwith Notre Dame were rained out On April 16, the Wolverines took as was a doubleheader with Ohio ners-up last…

… year and are favored two more victories, beating Cen- State. to take the title this year. THREE SHOT PUT VICTORIES: Harvey Cops itles in Relays ad Shot putter Jack Harvey paced1 the Wolverine track…

Wolverines failed to get any other first-place finishes in the rain-soaked Penn Relays, but pole vaulter and team captain George Canamare placed second in his event with a vault of 15'. The best Michigan could…

… match between Michigan Captain Karl Hedrick ad Boilermaker Wayne Svoboda was a real battle as Hedrick won 7-5, 8-6. The other matches were closer than the scores indicate but the Wolverines were never ex…

…-1; Dixon-Pritula (M) def. Moline- Stone, 10-8, 6-3. . Al JACK HARVEY MICHIGAN'S Wolverines - Michigan's famous Marching Band-Th tate Street-The League e Victors- The Union of a great him in a three…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

January 04, 2012 (vol. 124, iss. 68) • Page Image 11

… play for the Wolverines women's bas- ketball team, it just so happened to be Reynolds' 1,001st career point. "I'm so happy for Carmen," said senior guard Courtney Boylan. "She's worked her butt off for…

… Michigan player to record the sta- tistic. Last season, Veronica Hicks topped the 1,000-point mark, as did Carly Benson two seasons ago. The Wolverines won their Big Ten opener with a 68-52 victory over the…

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, 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…

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…

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