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May 05, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…Sports a Page 20 Wednesday, May 5, 1982 The Michigan Daily Wolverin Michigan b by belting Ray Fisher with Adrian both games Paciorek season hom year. Paci great Bill] Dave Brow 'M' nine sweep…

… the THE WOLVERINE senior's first homer came in Michigan's series split with Ohio State las sahmen's offense back on track yesterday the bottom of the first inning off-Bulldog pitcher Geno IN THE FIRST…

… walked on his first trip to the plate. the Wolverine starting pitcher, giving up . The Wolverines walloped the Bulldogs in Paciorek bounced out to third and grounded into a and allowing three runs before…

… former Tiger his second two-run homer of the day. Jacobson belted the Wolverines' only h Freehan, who belted ten homers in 11, Adrian's Berchiatti hardly had time to recover af- first game in the second…

… inning off Adr 'n, who originally set the record in 1960, ter giving up his second home run to Paciorek when Bunton. Wolverine freshman Ken Hayward stepped to the +- plate to blast his third homer of the…

… year over the left field fence to score Michigan's last run of the game. THE WOLVERINES' Jeff Jacobson and Fred Er- dmann also joined in the slugfest, garnering two hits apiece. Jacobson singled twice in…

… four trips to the plate while Erdmann singled and cracked a double to bring in Jacobson in the fourth. The Wolverine pitching staff also performed well in the second game. Starter Matt Ruud only gave up…

…), Sygar (7)and Vela WP-Ruud, LP-Berchiatti HR-Paciorek 2 (9, 10), K. Hayward (3) MICHIGAN'S C.J. Beshke (6) tries in vain to stop an Adrian base-stealer (left). Wolverine pitcher Mike McClear cuts down the…

Wolverine batsmen came off what coach Bud Middaugh termed as "a tough weekend" to sweep yester- day's double-header with Adrian. Mid- daugh is referring to Michigan's series split with Ohio State which left…

… the Wolverines firmly in second place in the Big Ten East. The Wolverine offense couldn't get on track in the first game as the Buckeyes downed Michigan, 6-4. The Blue nine came back in the second game…

May 05, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…-0oealrcr Saturday, National Invitational (women) The Wolverines are well on their way, sporting a 36-10 overall record, Saturday, noon, MichiganIntercollegiate and a 15-4 conference record, good for sole…

…, strengthened their hold atop the conference. B lu e stilWhen last we left our heroes, though, they were preparing to face those same Spartans for an April 19 dual duel in East Lansing. The Wolverines o k…

…/3 igan State to bring their overall innings of no-hit ball. See Baseball, Page 16 Wolverine designated hitter K record to 34-16, 10-6 in the Big Ten. the nith inning yesterday as N It ai"'t over till it…

…'s over Wolverines continue their searc seemed more like a marathon as BY MIKE HEAD played very well," Wolverine coach Brian Eisner doubles three of the games went into extra The men's tennis team not only…

… finished their said. perform innings. The Wolverines lost the finals this past weekend, but they also managed Three Wolverines found their preparation first and last games in eight tnntngs, to knock off two…

… the score of 3-2. Last Friday, the Wolverines (11-9 overall, 7-0 "It is difficult in that setting - finishing Illinois In the second game of the in conference) victimized second place Minnesota finals…

November 05, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 26) • Page Image 14

… of the Wolverines as an "uninspiring performance." Rademacher was pleased with the team's early play, though. Amy Sullivant scored the first goal less than four minutes into the con- test. Forward Abby…

… score 2-0. It was one of the last signs of life from the Wolverine offense. "Sometimes you get up early (in the game) and get a bit complacent," Rademacher said. In the second half, the Wolverines forced…

… off the crossbar of Michigan's goal. The Wolverines had better be awake this Thursday. No. 2 seed Michigan will face No. 7 Michigan State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. This will be the…

… second time the teams have faced each other in two weeks. The Wolverines defeated the Spartans 2-1 in a Lau shines in goal as Blue stuns Ohio State By Chris Burke Daily Sports Writer If the Michigan men…

…-save shutout as the Wolverines upset No. 14 Ohio State, 1- 0, in Columbus on Friday night. The victory was Michigan's first road win of the season, and the program's first- ever varsity win over a ranked team…

… accomplish once this year." For Lau, the win was especially sweet. Playing in his hometown, Lau was forced into action after Joe Zawacki received a red card in the Wolverines' 4-0 loss to Furman on Oct. 28. It…

… game pending an official ruling, the Wolverines are hoping that Lau can continue his hot play. "It's fantastic for the kid - two starts DANNY MOLOSHOK/Daily Although Michigan was uninspired against…

… Western Michigan, Abby Crumpton (22) was a bright spot. She had a goal and an assist as the Wolverines knocked off the Broncos, 2-0. and two Big Ten wins," Burns said. "Any- time he can get this type of…

… the clamps on the Buckeye attack. Despite yielding 16 shots - only four were on net - the Wolverines were able to keep Ohio State from capitalizing on any of their opportuni- ties during the physical…

…'t convert on them." Michigan will hold the fourth seed for the Big Ten Tournament that starts Thurs- day in Madison. On the basis of Wisconsin's 1-0 win over Ohio State yesterday, the Wolverines will draw a…

September 05, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 122) • Page Image 12

… of the Wolverines' top runners. McGregor grabbed two third place finishes, including one at last years NCAA Championships. McGuire calls McGregor, Arnill Slater (when the two injured runner return) the…

… there will be no easy task. Last year, the Wolverines made their first postseason tournament appearance since 1981. The Wolverines finished 19-15 last year. Their record landed them in sixth- place in the…

May 05, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 136) • Page Image 11

…- pionship with almost a month to play before the . conference tour- nament. But then, it dropped 2-of-4 games to lowly ANDY Illinois, ateam REID the Wolverines should have easily swept but seem- ingly…

…, another subpar foe, Penn State, jumped on the Wolverines, winning three straight games inAnn Arbor and allowing Minnesota back in the race for the conference crown. Two weeks ago, then-last-place Indiana…

May 05, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 119) • Page Image 19

… Iowa (299). Park "should be one of best returnees for next year." Michigan coach Kathy 'eichert said. Park was the only bright spot in a disappointing tourna- ment for Michigan. The Wolverines finished…

… dead last in the Big Ten. Indiana, which finished with an 1,196, outpaced defend- ing champion Ohio State's second-place score of 1,209. Amy Talbot tied for 48th, finishing second amongst the Wolverines

January 05, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 52) • Page Image 17

… and could surpass Mark Churella (41 falls) on the career list this Saturday when the Wolverines hostFerris State, Morgon State and Eastern Michigan. Michigan moved up one spot to a No. 4 ranking in the…

… latest Amateur Wrestling News poll released Dec. W2. The Wolverines were one of six Big Ten schools ranked in the Top 25 including No. 3 Iowa, No. 6 Penn State, No. 9 Minnesota, No. 15 Wis- consin and No…

September 05, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 141) • Page Image 61

… season was like a roller coaster, and when the ride finally stopped, the Wolverines (15=9 in the Big Ten, 36-19 overall) finished the season in third place in their conference. Despite the inconsistency of…

… the squad's play, 'Wolverine coach Carol Hutchins was pleased with the overall performance. "We had an excellent season,"' she said. "We just had a couple of bad days that cost us early." Indeed, if not…

… for one lost week-. end against Big Ten champion Iowa, Michigan would have had a legiti mate chance at winning the confer.- ence. However, the Wolverines scored only one run in four games that weekend…

…- appointment with a doubleheader sweep against Michigan State. "That was a big win," Hutchins said. "We needed to bounce back." Another important series 'took place at Northwestern, where the Wolverines 'took…

… Ten cham- pion, a reputation which came into question after the Wolverines' dis- appointing 1989-90 season. The 1989-90 team lost five of its six singles players, including Malavai Washington, who is…

… now on the professional circuit. The Wolverines' 11-15 finish marked coach Brian Eisner's first losing sea- son in his 21 years at Michigan. The 1990-91 season began with the opposite scenario. Most of…

… the singles lineup consisted of return- ing players. After frosh Brakus de- buted at No. 2, the remainder of the singles players moved down a posi- tion. The Wolverines were confident that their talent…

… getting it together," Brakus said. "We knew they were playing the best they could." Expectations for a laugher were substantiated in the Wolverines' next Big Ten match, as they de- feated Northwestern, 5…

… their weekend matches, losing to Indiana and win- ning at Ohio State. The next weekend was similar as the Wolverines defeated Iowa, but lost to Minnesota, both by 5-4 scores. Eisner considers the Iowa…

… regular season, tourney '. J UAJ " " , As a sophomore righthander, Kelly Forbis helped pitch the Wolverine softball squad to a third-place finish in the Big Ten. Were it not for a lost weekend against the…

May 05, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 136) • Page Image 12

…-team tournament. The Wolverines finished 60 points behind No. 6 Michigan State, which took the title with wins by its first varsity eight, first varsity four and second varsity fourboats. Just three of Michigan…

…'t achieve what we hoped to," junior Julia Nelson said of the Wolverines' disappoint- ing day. Coming in, Michigan was expected to compete with Ohio State for second. The first varsity eight gave the…

May 05, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 1) • Page Image 26

…Pago 26 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, May 5, 1983 While we were away Softball Although rain has played havoc with this season's softball schedule and the Michigan Tournament, the Wolverines have…

Wolverines tied with St. Francis and Northern Illinois for top spot in Pool Two with 2-1 marks. Due to the tie-breaker, however, the Wolverines would have been forced to play in the consolation bracket on…

January 05, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 50) • Page Image 15

… (for us) - they were the ones -who deserved to play." Michigan goalie Marty Turco -spent 47 minutes in the net before giving way to senior backup Al Loges, and the two combined for } the Wolverines

… we couldn't miss." JOSE JUAREZ/Special to the Daily HOCKEY NOTEBOOK: Wolverines rewrite record book at GLI tournament By NICHOLAS J. COTSONIKA Daily Sports Writer - DETROIT - The Wolverines

… the six slots. Marty Turco, Steven Halko, Blake Sloan, Matt Herr and Brendan Morrison were all named to the squad. The only non-Wolverine honored was Michigan State center Anson Carter. Morrison was…

… the GLI, all teams donned uniforms reminiscent of those worn during the 1964-65 season. The Wolverines wore blue sweaters and socks with maize trim. The front of each jersey bore the players numbers…

… wear Wolverine jerseyson his television programs. "I've been a Michigan fan since I was a kid," the Detroit Red Wing honorary captain said. "A lot of my friends went to U-M, including my high school…

June 05, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 121) • Page Image 13

… battled back from a tournament-opening loss to Minnesota to win four straight and take home the Big Ten conference tourna- ment championship. s The Wolverines have battled all season long. But their final…

… leadoff solo homerun. Then, after senior Jeff Kunkel's single, teammate Doug Pickens gave the Wolverines a 3-2 lead by smacking a two-run shot over the rightfield fence. It was the final time Michigan would…

June 05, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 131) • Page Image 16

… top-10 national finishes in 11 sports. Wolverine teams also compiled eight conference championships throughout the year. The fourth-place finish was the Wol- verines' third-best performance in the 12…

….25. Duke came in fifth with 1021.25 points. 4 Members of the Michigan softball team celebrate after the Wolverines won their first national championship. I 4 4 4 Michigan celebrates its 3-2 win over…

… Iowa for the Big Ten championship (FILE PHOTO). Above: All- s in the Wolverines' match against Ohio State in February (FILE PHOTO). …

April 05, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 106) • Page Image 13

… into Fisher * Struggling Wolverines hope to take By Ravi Gopal _ Daily Baseball Writer It's time for the Michigan base- ball team tobreak out the young pitch- ers. The Wolverines (3-5 Big Ten, 14…

… said. Of the three of them, Besco has had the most chances to help the team out.Unfortunately, he has taken the most lumps. In the second game of the Wolverines' first double- header with Illinois last…

… Kelly Kovach and pitcher/shortstop Sara Griffin have been the Wolverine's most productive hitters. In the four-game series against Indiana, Lang went 8-for-15 with 12 RBI, Kovach batted 7-for-13 with nine…

April 05, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 110) • Page Image 18

… West Lafayette and took three of four from Purdue. This year, the Boilermakers are better, the Wolverines are worse, and the result was ugly: Purdue swept Michigan in a four-game series by the combined…

… (4-1), Dan Zanolla (4-1), and Jeff Isom (4-1) stymied Michigan (5-22, 0-8) all weekend, scattering 22 hits over four games. The Wolverines' 0-8 conference record is the worst in school history…

…, surpassing the 0-7 start, of the 1951 Michigan squad. Michigan's 11- game Big Ten losing streak, dating back to last year, is also a Wolverine record. If there was a silver lining in this storm cloud of a…

… weekend for Michi- gan, it was centerfielder Rodney Goble's hitting performance. The sophomore went 6-for-11 with two doubles in the four games. The Wolverines, who have been plagued by inconsistent…

… was over- whelming. Michigan managed only five hits in the contest, which Purdue won, 14-0. The Wolverines nearly stole one from Purdue in yesterday's first game. Michigan jumped out to a 2-0 lead, but…

… in the sixth inning, the Boilermakers quickly loaded the bases. After a wild pitch by Wolverine starter Heath Murray allowed Purdue leftfielder Ron Gabrisko to score, Todd Marion came in to relieve…

March 05, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 120) • Page Image 9

…, March 5, 1985 Page 9 d.. - !! S A ! 7 7 7 ?-T - Y T fTl ' 1 - ' - i.-- - _ WOLVERINES GAIN YEARSFIRST NCAA BID Cagers clinci By TIM MAKINEN Bobby Knight tried over spring break o rearrange the…

…-up, heavily promoted national yawner. But the most important basketball news came quietly out "of Ann Arbor. Last Thursday night, Bill Frieder's Michigan Wolverines captured the Big Ten Championship, bringing…

May 05, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 135) • Page Image 12

… strokes nament Soph boosted on the f score o' ter first round were the worst of the eleven Big Ten teams on Saturday, shooting ad, Wolverines a 302 - five shots more than any other team. rop to eighth "It…

… Michigan men's golf team a charge." ut firing this weekend at The Wolverines failed to con- Ten Championships, firmly tend after Friday, and even though op spot as Friday came to a they strung together some…

February 05, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 68) • Page Image 9

… the most overrated basketball event since Shawn Bradley's selection in the NBA draft. You hear derision of Traylor from opposing fans when the Wolverines go on the road. "Fat boy!" they shout. "Go get a…

…, and blocking See McINTOSH, Page 58 Wolverines halt skid in Columbus Cagers quash Buckeye rally, 77-58 I By Michael Rosenberg Daily Sports Writer COLUMBUS - While you were busy putting off studying…

… -a drop in the bucket. Ohio State was still down eight, and Michigan would soon regain control of its offense and the game. Willie Mitchell hit a 15-foot jump shot, the first Wolverine basket in more…

… to get the postseason rolling. The No.4 Wolverines (16-4-2 CCHA, 21-5-2 overall) and the cellar-dwelling Buckeyes (3-14-5, 5-14-5) played any- thing but a typical pair of midseason mes between a…

Wolverines' 52 shots on goal and was absolutely brilliant throughout the contest. Not as flashy, but equally as stingy in net, was Michigan goalie, Gregg Malicke, making the first start of his career as a…

Wolverine. Malicke turned aside 22 Ohio State shots and seemed to have the confidence of a seasoned vet- eran right from the start. "As the game went on, I was feeling a bit more comfortable," Malicke said…

September 05, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 141) • Page Image 60

…Page 6-The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition - Thursday, September 5, 1991 Swi-mmiers savor joy of six Power trio leads Wolverine men to sixth consecutive Big Ten title ° 5 r by Adam Miller Daily…

… Dick Kimball, the Wolverines (7-2 in dual meets) won their sixth straight, and record 25th, Big Ten ti- tle this year. They finished sixth - two points short of fifth - at the NCAA Championships…

… Rockville, Md., to train for the world championships during first semester. Thanks in part to the in- strumental leadership of Michi- gan's other senior, Ann Arbor na- tive Scott Van Appledorn, the Wolverines

…, Namesnik and Wunderlich were with the team for the duration and were key swimmers in all of Michigan's Longhorns - and once in a double dual meet at Indiana. While the Wolverines routed the Hoosiers, they…

… first by over 100 points at the end of the second. The Wolverines cruised to the title from there. While the No. 6 finish in Austin was disappointing for the team since one of their preseason goals was a…

… top five NCAA finish, the results were easily explained by one factor. After the graduation of Olympic gold-medalist Brent Lang, now a Wolverine assistant, Michigan lacked great sprinters and all of…

… crowns, the Wolverines are early favorites to win their "lucky seventh" this winter. A strong underclass group and one of the nation's top recruit- ing classes should assure Urbanchek at least one more…

February 05, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 86) • Page Image 10

…-than-friendly introduction to the upper echelon of collegiate swim- ming. The first-year coach suffered his first taste of defeat, in the form of a 77-45 loss to Michigan. The loss was the handiwork of a fine-tuned Wolverine

… Michigan swim, it is (bound to be) good for you." With the victory, the fifth-ranked Wolverines raised their dual meet record to 8-2, 3-0 in the Big Ten. Michigan State, currently 22nd, dropped to 8-1 and 5…

…-1. Michigan benefitted from a balanced attack which saw eleven swimmers contribute to the cause. The Wolverines also swept both diving events, led by Mike Bayerl, Steve Hamerski and Rob Silverman. However, the…

… his showing in the 500 freestyle. His time of 4:28.79, the second-best by a Wolverine this season, looms even more impressive considering Lang doesn't normally compete in that event. Michigan's victory…

… the Wolverines' victory, Bader com- mented on the value of competing against a team like Michigan. "When you look at the Big Ten, you see six teams that are in the Top 25," he said. "The level of talent…

… out f that race, a race we should have von," The Gophers then stretched their ead by winning the 1,000 freestyle y beating out Wolverines Katherine 'reighton and Stefanie Liebner. But Gwen Demaat and…

May 05, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

Wolverine team in the Michigan In- of time to stu cobwebs off their clubs during the vitational, shooting a 153, and in the Wolverines easi semester break by participating in MAC tourney, where he shot a 156…

…. vitational, which takes place May 7-8 in Ten foes snd all At the Michigan Invitational, held East Lansing. the Big Ten dua April 23-24 at the University Golf Cour- Netters win six 1 record. se, the Wolverine

…-American Con- ference Invitational on April 25-26. But the result was a disappointing 12th place tie out of 15 squads. The Wolverines shot a 36-hole total of 804 to tie with Kent State. Ball State won the meet…

… with a 759-shot performance. The Blue linksters then took off for Iowa City and the Northern Inter- collegiate tournament on April 30-May 2. The Wolverines finished with 1,113 strokes for a ninth…

November 05, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 26) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - November 5, 2001 - 7B BIG TEN Continued from Page 1B After the win versus Northwestern, the Wolverines were looking for revenge against Ohio State, who gave the…

Wolverines their first Big Ten loss earlier this season in Columbus. The Wolverines felt that they had dominated that game, allowing few scoring opportunities for the Buckeyes. "They scored two goals on two…

April 05, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 110) • Page Image 15

…I* , , The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday-A April 5,199:3 -Page 5 K E T U C K Y 7 r Li t.p Wolverines pass test vs. 1 NEW ORLEANS - It's all about learning, isn't it. College, that is…

…. And it seems that Steve Fisher, - no-control, rolls- the-ball-out Steve Fisher - has done a good amount of talking to his Wolverines, the no- discipline, no-respect, under-achieving Wolverines. For that…

… faithful, the prevailing sentiment was, "Aren't they supposed to take a mental timeout somewhere soon?" On the Wolverine side, it was simply, "Pinch me." Kentucky did come back, though, but it was not so…

… was not a repeat of the Valentine's Day debacle in Bloomington, when a similar surge by the Hoosiers late in the game drove the flustered Wolverines to launch threes at their earliest convenience. Nor…

… was there a revisit to the Jan. 31 game in Iowa City, when a flighty Wolverine club committed turnover after turnover, made bad decision after bad decision in giving away the game to Iowa. Nope…

… threes, as Rose had done against the Bruins. The Wolverines graduated past that, it seems. The extra period set the stage for the Wolverines to show all the world, once and for all, that they weren't a…

… Wildcats Jamal Mashburn and Travis Ford. The Wolverines were able to control the ball against Kentucky's press. 'nship game. threes cat Ford it seven. The seven threes and .333 percentage were under the…

… Wildcats' tournament average for both cate- gories. From the floor, Kentucky hit .410. Throughout the contest, the -Wolverines tenaciously defended the perimeter, rarely allowing the Wild- egits to shoot…

September 05, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 1) • Page Image 69

…The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 5, 1985 - Page 5C Icers reach post-season; future looks positive N 1; Daily Photo by DAN HABIB Senior Chris Seychel and the Wolverine scoring-attack will…

… unusual goal, but one that has become an obsession with Michigan hockey's second-year head coach. Berenson finished his freshman season at the ehlm for the Wolverines with an 11-20-1 Central Collegiate…

… Hockey Association record, 13-26-1 overall. By normal standards, 11-20-1 would be scraping league ineptitude,, but last year's Wolverines were good enough to just miss upending second-place Lake Superior…

Wolverines? It just doesn't matter, at least according to Berenson. "The important thing is that our younger players continue to improve," Berenson said with an eye to the future. "The chemistry will hopefully…

Wolverines' major problems surfaced. Rough, cold road trips produced little for the "W" column, and many of the players attributed the club's road problems to a mental inability to prepare for contests away…

… from Yost Arena. "WE JUST didn't come ready to play," said downtrod- den defenseman Jeff Norton after the Wolverines dropped the away game of a home-and-home series to Bowling Green early in the season…

…. Michigan did come ready to play when it really mat- tered, or at least when it faced elimination from playoff contention. In a late-season series at Ohio State, the Wolverines swept the Buckeyes in miniscule…

… years, Michigan gained valuable ground. BUT THERE'LL be many more times up and down the ice before the Wolverines become a perennial power. Berenson, however, knows where to start. "My feeling and…

… Calgary product and a tier-two Junior A player, transfer student Billy Powers, a right winger, Mike Cusack from Anchorage, Alaska and Jeff Urban, a Minnesota native and the Wolverines are well on their way…

WOLVERINES HIT BIG TEN CELLAR: Inexperience hurts women cagers By ADAM MARTIN With a hard-working group of star- ters, the wrestling team finished a surprising fifth in the country last winter, posting a…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 58

…6E - The Michigan Daily - New Student Edition 2006 WRESTLING Underdog Wolverines take Big Ten title By David VandeVusse ed a key escape to take a 3-2 advan- Daily Sports Writer tage heading into…

… the to take on the third-ranked Wolverines. period. White received an extra point for Michigan handed the Golden Gophers riding time, giving him a 7-2 decision their first loss of the season in an emo…

… Dave Herman in his last home match as a Wolverine. Ryan Churella continued his dream season with a 5-1 decision to close out the regular season with 22-0 record. Michigan defeated six ranked oppo- nents…

December 05, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 45) • Page Image 16

…, the Wolverines are thinking ahead to a little get-together on Sunday in Durham, N.C., against 10th-ranked Duke. But Michigan has to focus on the business at hand before psyching itself up for its…

… biggest non-conference game of the season. The seventh-ranked Wolverines (3- 0) and Titans (2-2) will be squaring off for the sixth straight year and 23rd time overall. Michigan has won the last eight…

October 05, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 5) • Page Image 10

… con- ference play on September 23, expectations were high. But now with almost half of the Big Ten season behind them, the Wolverines need to make a significant turnaround in the weeks ahead. Michigan…

… Biagi said. "Michigan State is tougher this year and they are not a team we can just assume victory against." In order to win today, the Wolverines will have to improve their offensive presence. In its…

May 05, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

… state comes not from Kirk Gibson, or even 'The Natural' The Wolverines will be competing against athletes from Central Robert Redford, but it comes from Michigan's Kourtney Michigan, Western Michigan…

…, giving the Unikete, "meeint prhi featred pimrialy relapent, his Wolverines a 2-0 win over the Michigan State meet offers, "an excellent opportunity for individual competition," head Wednesday afternoon…

… pretty good team this year and some excellent men." Wolverine all day. Lindsey had no-hit Michigan through W omen travel to IU for invitational 6 1/3 innings as he hoped to blank the Wolverines for the…

… Indianapolis. The it was important that we finally got over the hump and field consists of Big Ten rivals Indiana, Purdue, and Michigan State as beat him," Wolverine shortstop Chris Gagin said. well as Mid…

…'s the Big Ten Championship," Henry header sweep? Was it Thompson's dramatic blast? Was it said. "If we do not win, that will give us an incentive to win the next 'the revenge factor' as the Wolverines

… NCAA scrutiny during the of alleged wrongdoings, the Wolverines mier program in Big Ten baseball. )THER teams might crumble under such higan is prospering. It is an example of , abused, but appropriate…

January 05, 1979 (vol. 89, iss. 79) • Page Image 15

… that we've all returned from the four winds and resettled in Ann Arbor. Unfortunately, most of the news is pretty bad. JUST BEFORE the vacation started, the Wolverines skated to a two-game sweep over…

… them 5-4 in the opening round. That's right, Ohio State. The same Central Collegiate Hockey Association team which has never come close to beating the Wolverines in four previous attempts. But now, the…

… BRAD BENJAMIN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA tailback Charles White falls for yardage in Rose Bowl action Monday as three additional Wolverine defenders rush in for a gang tackle. White's 99 yards led the Trojans…

January 05, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 53) • Page Image 11

… against Michigan State, Michigan freshman forward Ta'Shia Walker brought the ball to the 3-point line with the Wolverines trailing 68-60. After executing a perfect ball fake, she drove down the line for…

… State. The Wolverines created opportunities and for a half, gave the Spartans all they could handle, but ulti- mately were outplayed. "We didn't want to just compete, we wanted to get this one," Burnett…

March 05, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 106) • Page Image 9

… tough Big Ten campaign, and as a result of the Wolverines' loss at Indiana on Wednesday, ThM.ORROW Michigan at Northwestern Tme: 2:34 p~m Weish..Ryan Atena S E INE their NCAA Tournament hopes are…

… time on the road this season. Wednesday's 61-56 loss to the Hoosiers dropped the Wolverines to 1-6 away from Crisler Arena in conference play. "Every game that we lost this year, I felt like it was up to…

September 05, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 137) • Page Image 69

… in the 400 medley with 15th place. Michigan's finish was even more impressive because while several elite teams took as many as 17 swimmers, only nine Wolverines qualified. "The whole Michigan…

…. Michigan offered no excuses for its loss to Brown - the Wolverines were just beaten, plain and simple. "Brown just played a great game," Michigan coach ber Drury-Pinto said. "They just rallied under their…

February 05, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 74) • Page Image 12

… one. Tonight at 7 p.m., the Wolverines (4-0 Big Ten, 5-1 overall) head to East Lansing for their final road dual meet of the season against the Spar- tans. And just as the other conference dual meets…

… have gone this year, this one should not. be much of a challenge for Michigan. The Wolverines are coming off a road sweep of Indiana schools last weekend, where they pounded Indiana and defeated Purdue…

April 05, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 127) • Page Image 11

…'s oppo- nents should present much of a chal- lenge for the Wolverine squad (2-0 in the Big Ten, 7-2 overall). The Illini (7-7) and the Boilermakers (6- 5) have both lost to the same oppo- nents by the…

… are No. 2 seed Ryan Clark (17-11) and No. 4 Adrian De Vore (11-10). They may present chal- lenges for Wolverines Danny Brakus and John Karzen, respec- tively. Karzen (13-5) has the second- best mark on…

… weeks ago, as they defeated both Boston College, 5-4, and Oklahoma, 7-2. Although they lost to a tough Notre Dame team, the Wolverines are hoping to return to the winning form they demon- strated in their…

… two victories. "We've been playing outside this week, and I think we feel real pre- pared," team member Kalei Beamon said. The Wolverines have spent their week working on their individual games and…

….1 and No.2 singles position, respectively. Besides the success that the team has been experiencing lately, play- ing at home should give added sup- port to the Wolverines. "We haven't had a home match…

Wolverines have their chance to prove Ritt right, as they play on their home turf at the Huron Valley Tennis Club at 3 p.m. today and 1 p.m. tomorrow. Senior Kim Pratt practices at the track and tennis…

… building. Pratt and her Wolverine teammates hope to get into the swing of things this weekend against Purdue and Illinois. Women runners prepare for quad meet ir -"- t 0 w ON UAW-mm- .y Jeff Williams…

… Daily Sports Writer Although the Michigan women's track team performed well at the Washington Invita- tional last weekend, the Wolverines were left hungry for more. "We didn't end up with the kind of meet…

… we wanted," Michigan coach James Henry said. "We wanted to run everyone in a lot of *events, but because of the weather we didn't get all the work in that we could have." The Wolverines travel to Al…

…- abama this weekend to compete in the Crimson Classic; a quadrangle meet with Alabama, Kansas and Mississippi. Unlike last weekend, a team score will be compiled, and the Wolverines will send their full…

September 05, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

… season, the Wolverines also proved how important it is to jump out to leads early. Michigan 1-1 when it tnt on the hoard first .eoinss just 6-7 when its opponent drew first blood. "It's a lot more…

…) trying to score a goal before the game is over." The Wolverines' one-goal perfor- mance was somewhat disappoint- ing, as they outshot Providence 8-0 in the second half. Michigan also garnered 10 cor- ners…

December 05, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 48) • Page Image 15

… the results of the first day of a three-day tournament for the Michigan women's swimming team. And that's on an off day. The flu-ridden Wolverines traveled to South Bend yester- day to partake in the…

… changed. The Wolverines were led by a stellar perfor- 'ance from Jennifer Arndt. She swam her career-best in the 500-yard freestyle, knocking eight seconds off her previous record. "She was absolutely…

… the preliminary rounds, the only Wolverine who finished in the top five. Dolan finished eighth. Other Wolverines in the top 20 were sophomore Mike McWha (6th), junior Tom Malchow (11th) and junior Andy…

… Scott Werner, who earned top-20 times in the 100-meter breastroke. Other events weren't so kind to the Wolverines. Both Papa and Buyukuncu were dis- qualified in the 50-meter free, leaving no other…

September 05, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 141) • Page Image 63

… Entering the postseason, Michi- gan wrestling coach Dale Bahr was hoping for a second-place finish in the Big Ten and a top 10 finish in the NCAAs. The Wolverines accom- plished their first goal, but fell…

Wolverines were conference finalists: seniors Salem Yaffai (118 pounds) and Fritz Lehrke (190), *sophomore Joey Gilbert (134), and first-year wrestler Sean Bormet (158). The other three qualifiers were…

… classes as strengths, the Wolverine coach was unable to patch holes at 126 and 167. The loss of sophomore Jason Cluff (126) to academics in January forced rookie Mike Mihalic into the starting lineup…

…. After dropping all four contests there, the Wolverines returned home, only to fall to the Akron Zips. Then it was on to the Central Michigan Tournament, where, after losing to Louisville in the first…

… never came. When the first half of the conference's double round-robin schedule fin- ished Oct. 17, there was still a goose egg under the 'W' which signified the Wolverines' Big Ten victories. Their…

…, so the squad travelled to Marquette, Mich., to play a series of matches. Much to their delight, the Wolverines came home with three victories, sweeping Oakland and host Northern Michigan, while go…

…-conference match, a loss to Western Michigan, pre- cluded the second half of the Big Ten schedule. The Wolverines dropped three in a row to fall to an 0-12 conference mark. But then came the break Michigan needed…

…. Sixteenth-ranked Illinois arrived in Ann Arbor on the tail end of a road trip. The Illini had swept their first two opponents, but on the night of Nov. 3, it was Illinois' turn to be broomed. The Wolverines

… performances. The Wolverines lost the services of a number of their athletes to in- juries. During most of the year, Michigan competed with only about half of its scholarship athletes. The Wolverines placed…

… probably would have placed in the half-mile." Despite the team's problems, one of the Wolverines was able to com- *pete, and do well. Junior Julie Vic- tor was the most consistent and suc- cessful performer…

May 05, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 119) • Page Image 18

… Whitmore. But Sunday's loss was by far the most painful for Michigan to swallow. The Wolverines came out strong Sunday, sending eight men to the plate in the first inning and building a 6-3 lead by the fifth…

… his ------------- team lose its fourth straight game, an 8-1 thrashing at the hands of Penn State pitcher Nate Bump. they were about to watch the Wolverines drop three more to the Nittany Lions in the…

November 05, 2012 (vol. 123, iss. 38) • Page Image 14

…4B - November S, 2012 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Michigan sweeps Iowa after upset of Nebraska Junior guard Kate Thompson and the Wolverines scored their highest point total since 1998…

… on Friday at Crisler Center. Wolverines eci1pSe the century mark in opener By GREG GARNO the score is ... because if we win Daily Sports Writer every four minutes we'll be in good shape." Less than 20…

September 05, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 141) • Page Image 58

… the Wolverines to the National Championship. This year's class is projected to be even better, meaning expectations are running high for the future of Michigan men's basketball. Wolverine coach Steve…

… honors at the McDonald's and Dapper Dan all- star contests. "I felt in my heart that Michi- gan was the place for me," said Webber, who chose the Wolverines after narrowing his choices to Michigan and…

…, and three blocks per game last season. Wolverine fans feared that Howard would have to sit out his first year as a Proposition 48 ca- sualty. However, he reached the nec- essary marks in the spring…

… champi- onship. At 6-foot-7, he can score from inside or out and can play shooting guard if necessary. However, the Wolverines should not need much help at off-guard. Jimmy King, from Plano, Texas, is also…

… Cox Daily Basketball Writer The memories of the 1990-91 basketball season will quickly be reduced to the transition between the old and the new. The previous year, the Wolverines were stocked with four…

… of highlights during the year to warrant a look back. Entering the season with only one senior, the youthful Wolverines finished with a record of 7-11 in the Big Ten and 14-15 overall. Although their…

… per- formance fell short of earning a sev- enth straight NCAA tournament bid, it did qualify the team for the NIT. Unfortunately, the Wolverines had to play the opening-round game in Boulder, Colo…

… game had ended in Boulder, the Wolverines had used 10 different starting lineups. Only senior Demetrius Calip and sopho- more Michael Talley had started ev- ery game. Fisher searched all season for the…

… lead, the Wolverines collapsed de- fensively, allowing Eastern back in the game. Three days later, the Wolverines recovered to have one of their best games of the year, easily defeating Utah, 81…

… Indoor Arena to face the Duke Blue Devils. The eventual National Champions pounded the Wolverines early, building a 17-point halftime lead. However, Michigan didn't quit, outscoring the Blue Devils by 10…

December 05, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 62) • Page Image 5

… are still search- ing for their first win, the Michigan basketball players have not lost their confidence. It has been a rough start for the Wolverines, who must think that they were star-crossed before…

… the post, where the Wolverines have been dominated by the likes of Virginia Tech's Terry Taylor and, most recent- ly, Central Michigan's Chris Kaman. Last week, backup point guard Avery Queen was…

February 05, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 75) • Page Image 9

… MICHIGAN 41 11 overall) to just four- under their average. from one player, but that was all the Michigan basket- ball team could produce in its 60-41 loss to Wisconsin. Wisconsin held the Wolverines (3…

… court when we got it." Rebounding wasn't the Wolverines' biggest problem, See BADGERS, Page 5B BRANDON SEDLOFF/Daily ABOVE: Michigan's captain Otto Olson gets Iowa's Tyler Nixt into a headlock in the…

… midst of the Wolverine's 13-5 major decision. RIGHT: 165-pound Charles Martelli walks off victoriously after starting the dual meet by scoring a decision over Iowa's Matt Anderson. Martelli's win started…

… part of this program," 141-pounder Clark Forward said. The Wolverines may continue their recent rise in the polls after destroying No. 22 Wisconsin, 37-4 on Satur- day night. On Friday, the Wolverines

… used an extreme home advantage to defeat defending national champion Iowa, 18-16. Against Wisconsin, the Wolverines won nine of 10 weight classes - the only Badger victory came from defending NCAA…

… champion Donny Prtizlaff at 165 pounds. Coach Joe McFarland was worried about the Wiscon- sin match after the Wolverines' emotional win against third-ranked Iowa. With a significantly smaller crowd and a…

… team," McFarland said. The victory over the Badgers was the dessert for the Wolverines, who devoured Iowa in a match eerily similar to the teams' first match two weeks ago at the National Duals. In that…

… said after his goal on Friday night was not enough to get past Nebraska-Omaha and the Wolverines suffered their seventh loss of the season. "We need to come together and work as a class." for'M' Sthe…

… way championship game, the Wolverines relied on their freshmen, with Mark Kosick scoring two goals and Langfeld capping the game in overtime for the 3- 2 win. Current senior Scott Matzka assisted on the…

… championship-winning goal. It was the Wolverines' second national title in three years. But since then, the road has not been so flowery. Tough breaks caused tough times, from defenseman Dave Huntz- icker…

December 05, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 43) • Page Image 11

… been something clearly wrong with the play of the Michigan basketball team this season. Maybe the Wolverines missed the flair of Jalen Rose or the heady leadership of Juwan Howard. Maybe LL Jimmy King…

… step up and lead the team. Saturday, against Tennessee-Chatta- nooga, they did. The twosome scored eight of the Wolverines' final l1 points, combin- ing for 42 overall, as No. 17 Michigan (3-2) pulled…

… arguing the call. The Moccasins made all four free throws to shave an I I- point Wolverine lead down to just seven. Fisher removed King after the technical and Jackson took over. "When (the technical…

… Notre Dame coach Ric Schafer. After all, he had to endure the chorus of the famous song every time the No. 5 Wolverines (7-2 CCHA, 10-4 overall) scored Saturday night at Yost Ice Arena. Michigan's runaway…

… 11-2 romp over the Irish (1-9, 3-11) certainly kept the band busy and Schafer frustrated. "I love the spirit here, I really do," said Schafer of the Wolverine follow- ing. "I just wish that, on some…

… night, we could silence (the band) for a while." While the fight song was loud Saturday night, the Michigan offen- sive firepower was deafening to Notre Dame. Eight Wolverines scored in Michigan's most…

November 05, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 28) • Page Image 11

…'ured Matt Pike, Without the services of Tyrone Whei week ago, the Wolverine ground attar about as potent as sour milk. The ou the game will be altered a great deal depending on his availability. Meanwl…

… be effective weapons when don't get the ball on more than threi occasions a game. Well it's game nine and there is still of a true "Wolverine" offensive line. to preseason prognosticators, the u not…

… losses so far this season. It's the same story each week. Injuri( the Wolverines' bugaboo as Steve N is questionable for tomorrow's game. Jarret Irons has been a pleasant surf leading the team in tackles…

…-10). Ironically, the last victory the Wolverines earned was a 3-0 sweep of the Badgers Oct. 9 in the "Rock the House" match at Cliff Keen Arena. The Badgers are led by outside hitter JoAnna Grotenhuis, who is…

March 05, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 89) • Page Image 11

…- place Ferris State - the trip home should be different. In the last weekend of the regular season, the Wolverines (21-5-2, 25- 5-3) have little chance of defending their CCHA title. Miami, playing at…

… Ferris State and Lake Superior, must lose both of its games, and Michigan must sweep its pair; only then can Michigan finish in first place. Thus, since the Wolverines have DOUGLAS KANTER/Daily no control…

April 05, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 127) • Page Image 10

…'s softball team. For the first time this season, the squad does not have to take to the road in search of competition. This week- end, the Wolverines will host the NSK/Michigan Wolverine Invita- tional. The…

… like it is the Big Ten. We need to show up to play for every game." The Wolverines (2-2 in the Big Ten, 15-9 overall) are in the midst of a six day, eight game stretch. They face both Ohio and Northern…

… strong Central Michigan team on Wednes- day. The Wolverines received clutch' hitting with runners in scoring po- sition, something they had been lacking a week ago. Hutchins says hitting in key situations…

… will again be essential if the Wolverines are to be successful this weekend. The tournament field is not one full of "cream puffs." Northern Illinois is the three-time defending champion of the North…

… with five home runs and 21 RBI's. DePaul, who will be facing the Wolverines for the first time, is struggling of late, coming off a 7-8 spring break schedule. Ohio has played well despite their 7…

…-7 record. "I expect this weekend to be competitive," Hutchins said. "We need to stay up mentally, which can be a challenge because it's not a Big Ten weekend." Playing at home, the Wolverines will have extra…

…- cludes Sunday. As the meet is sanctioned by only United States Swimming (the national governing body), instead of in conjunction with the NCAA, the Wolverines will be representing their respective clubs…

… and not the University. All except for Barrowman and Strauss will swim for Michigan coach Jon Urbanchek's Club Wolverine. Barrowman will swim for Curl-Burke, an East Coast club, while Little Rock (Ark…

… team (14-10-1) who battled the De- troit-Mercy Titans yesterday to an 8-8 draw. Southpaw Brian Feldman started on the mound for the Wolverines but exited an inning early because of tightness in his…

… to bat around the order. The Wolverines picked up single runs in the fifth and sixth while the Titans added two of their own in the top of the seventh to make it 8-4, Detroit. But Michigan stormed…

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… defies old-fashioned baseball tradition. He would discover that the Wolverines have gone (gasp) aerobic. "ONE, TWO, three, now four," ordered a young, slender woman in a black and purple leotard Thursday…

…. "Press down, pull up, feel the beat." The Wolverines pressed, pulled and snapped their fingers to the tune of Soft Cell's "Tainted Love". "What foot are you going with?" asked one Wolverine to another. "I…

… to it." That means the traditional Wolverine workout continues - at a steady pace.Six days per week, three hours per day, the Wolverines field grounders, play pepper and take their licks in the indoor…

… off, the Wolverines bring their workouts into the fieldhouse. There they practice until mid-March, when they drag their bats and gloves down to Edinburg, Texas for an official spring training. It adds…

… strange. about a large group of male athletes being aerobicized to death by a slender, young female. "Ready, and a hop," said Wenson. And the Wolverines shuffled three steps to the right. They moved forward…

April 05, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 112) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 5, 2005 - 13 Junior Christian Vozza has golfed well, but Michigan, as a team this season, has not. Blue struggling with consistency Wolverines excited about…

… Arbor this year. Ideally, the Wolverines should know every bunker, uneven green and narrow fairway of their course like the back of their hand. But because of weather constraints, the team hasn't played…

March 05, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 90) • Page Image 15

… when we were having one-two-three finishes like that, so it was their chance to shine," Urbanchek said. According to Thompson, the Wolverines were the underdogs coming into the competition. But - as…

… yards were KRISTEN FIOH/Daily Senior captain Scott Werner helped the Wolverines take second place at the Big Ten Championships by finishing third in the 200-yard breaststroke. By Kristen Fidh Daily…

April 05, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 110) • Page Image 18

…'s regatta, the Cavaliers probably shouldn't get too excited about their win. The Wolverines made a strong showing with their second varsity eight boat finishing a n'ere three seconds behind the Cavaliers, a…

…. Michigan spent the past week eagerly awaiting their rematch with Virginia. The Wolverines came to Scioto River's Griggs Reservoir in Columbus, Ohio, wib.ha specific goal: surprise perennial 0, house Virginia…

… who have improved over the course of the indoor sea- son," Forrester said. "Our relays look really good." What Wolverine left standi ly those tI "We ha event," as "Our mar lesser kno "It's a t Besides…

… Hodge and the rest of the Michigan women's track team didn't lolly-gag during its week off. The Wolverines used the opportunity to train hard, preparing for the rest of the outdoor season. Michigans…

… Panmwae' cutsdownPennState By Raphael Goodstein Daily Sports Writer The Michigan men's tennis team is getting revved up, literally. Led by junior John Long's abil- ity to fire up the team, the Wolverines

… was~a reality check," Long said. "We were undefeated, and losing just made me take them more seriously. It really ticked me off. I was hoping to go the whole year undefeated but that was Wolverines lose…

…,.. SOUTH FLORIDA Continued from Page 1B close to giving the Wolverines the one win nee ensure victory. Fighting hard and sending the match into an ex Sinclair and Fuzesi got nipped, 7-9. The Wolverines went…

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