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June 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 23) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-Saturday; June 6, 1981-The Michigan Daily Wolverine baseball me- By MARTHA CRALL The Michigan baseball team seems to have th back when it is down. The NCAA Mideast Regional held here in Ann A…

… saw the Wolverines drop the opener to the New 01 double-elimination series. Apparently the setba4 porary one as the batsmen defeated the Universitl Rebels by a 6-2 count the following day. Freshman a…

… five-hitter at the Rebels. On Sunday the Wolverines' backs were still to t two victories to send the series into a final show initial contest pitted Michigan in a return match This time the Wolverines

… turned the tables on New Once again the stars of the day for Michigan time Mark Clinton and Steve Ontiveros teamed up The Wolverines then had the unenviable task o JML …

September 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 117) • Page Image 28

… battalion from Virginia. The new general was outmatched early. The southern battalion countered his moves quickly and fiercely. The battle seemed over, the fate decided - the Wolverines had fallen. Yet on…

… around him fell. They were also sending a bright young scout who could outrun fear, and tip-toe through pressure. But still the Wolverines seemed done. The final bomb had been set, the Wolverines were sure…

Wolverines would not fall on this day. I- I I CAPTIONS: TOP: Wolverine wide reciever, Mercury Hayes, catches Scott Driesbach's pass to beat Virginia 18 - 17. MIDDLE LEFT: Scott Reimersma evades a Virginia…

… defensman and gets the first down in the Wolverines final drive. MIDDLE RIGHT: The Wolverine bench stormed the field after Hayes caught the final second pass to seal I .; f i …

June 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 23) • Page Image 9

… route to a 10-0 masterpiece. The Wolverines, who had shown warning signs in the previous two games, finally erupted, scoring five runs in the first and never looked back. All-Tournament outfielder and…

… Clutter- buck, who lasted a paltry two-thirds of an inning. Michigan captured the Mideast crown on Memorial Day, 4-0. The ballgame remained scoreless until the sixth frame, when the Wolverines sent four…

… Kevin Degen rifles the ball over sliding Wolverine outfielder Dave Stober. 5. Pitcher Scot Elam clinches the Regional title over Eastern Michigan. s. New Orleans catcher Tim Jamieson waits for the tag as…

… abuse from Wolverine second baseman Jeff Jacobson and outfielder Dan Sygar. Sygar was safe, and the Wolverines went on to capturelthe Big Ten title and a slot in the Regionals. Photos by Paul Engstrom…

December 06, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 46) • Page Image 18

… is one of the oldest in Wolverines' history, dating back to 1919. The rivalry continues today, with the talk of ties between the two pro- grams, a sort-of broken family syn- drome. It continued last…

… night at Crisler -Arena. Detroit coach Perry Watson, previously an assistant at Michigan, left the Wolverines for the Titans in 1993. And Detroit senior Leon Derricks transferred from Michigan in 1994…

…, what Conlan did was much simpler. and yet it mu1ay the best single play by a Wolverine this season. Taylor got the ball in the post, on the right side, backed his man in a little, turned and put up the…

… hands, and he put it right back into the buck- et. After trailing by as many as eight points, the Wolverines were now only behind by one. That play, and the man who made it, epitomize some of the stuff…

… kind of play you see on a Bobby Knight team, a Dean Smith team, a Mike Krzyzewski team. And those are teams men- tioned in the same breath as Michigan, by virtue of the Wolverines' lofty No. 7 ranking…

January 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 66) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, January 6, 1988-Page 9 Wolverines claim the Fame Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON Michigan defensive tackle Mark Messner shares his emotions with cheering fans after the…

Wolverine victory. Messner caused Alabama quarterback Jeff Dunn to fumble which Michigan promptly turned into seven points. !R Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON Michigan running back Jamie Morris bowls over…

November 06, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 26) • Page Image 10

… Gophers dug a hole, and the Wol- verines fell right into it. In the Big Ten Women's Soccer Tour- nament quarterfinals, Minnesota defeated Michigan, 2-0. Despite the close score, the Wolverines were…

… completely domi- nated. The Gophers outshot Michigan by a 21-3 margin and Minnesota goalkeeper Teresa O'Heam only needed to make one save for the shutout. Wolverine goalie Jori Welchans was busier, stopping…

… end the Wolverines' season. The loss improved Minnesota's all- time record against Michigan to 3-0. The Wolverines succeeded in holding the Gophers' and the conference's lead- ing scorer, Jennifer Walek…

…." Michigan put little pressure on Minne- sota. The Wolverines did not manage any shots in the first half. None of the Michi- gan forwards put the ball on net the entire game. Michigan had only one serious…

… chance all game. Sophomore Debbie Flaherty Welchans was the outstanding player for us" - Debbie Belkin Michigan women's soccer coach headed the Wolverines' lone corner kick of the game towards the corner…

… awards, which showed just how badly the Wolverines were outmatched. Minnesota was the most honored team. Five Gophers made the All-Conference squad, including Walek who was named MVP. Minnesota's Sue…

… Montagne re- ceived the nod for best coach. Flaherty was named to the first team. The sophomore, a second team selection last year, was the only Wolverine repre- sentative for the second straight season…

… handed the Wolverines their worst loss in team history, a 5-0 thrashing. 1995 First Team AN- Conference Goalkeeper- Merit Elzey (Indiana) Back - Marcie Dart (Michigan St.) Back - Jennifer Plante (Ohio…

… had no problem with facing off against nationally ranked opponents. The Wolverines welcomed the opportu- nity as a chance to measure them- selves against teams they'll likely face in the postseason. The…

… said. "It's a great complement to our ability." The Wolverines enjoyed the respect that comes along with being a na- tional runner-up; they placed second, behind Stanford, in last year's NCAA tournament…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 72

Wolverines, who stood at No. I all season long, by the painfully close margin of 231.975-231.85 to win the 2000 NCAA men's gymnastics champi- onship. - For a team that finished second-to-last at the Big Ten…

… of leader Iowa. As the defending national cham- pion Wolverines gnashed their teeth in anticipation of a final rally on the vault, the Lions lurked behind patient- ly, preparing themselves to compete…

May 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

… whole new meaning; it describes the offensive portion of the Wolverines' latest efforts on the diamond. Yesterday the Michigan bats made nary a sound as the Toledo Rockets handed the Wolverines a 3-2 loss…

… in 12 innings at Fisher Stadium. The Wolverines now stand at 31-14 on the season. MICHIGAN COULD muster only six hits in the contest, and Wolverine coach Bud Middaugh was so concerned about the…

… to beat good clubs we're going to have to take better cuts." The Wolverines stayed close throughout the game, though, as Toledo was also having its hitting woes. The Rockets garnered two unearned runs…

… with the loss and is 1-1 on the year. IT TOOK A fine effort for the Wolverines to send the game into extra innings, as the Michigan offense finally came to life in the bottom of the ninth. Shortstop…

… clinched the game for the Rockets. The Wolverines currently occupy first place in the Big Ten's Eastern, Division with a 9-3 record. Michigan took three of four from Purdue last weekend to solidify that…

… position. The loss to the Boilermakers, which came in the third game of the series, snapped a ten-game Wolverine winning streak. Michigan's victims during the streak included Indiana, Cleveland State…

…, Detroit, Ferris State and Purdue. GERRY HOOL, Paciorek, Sabo, Greg Schulte and Miller continue to vie for the Michigan batting crown. Following yesterday's action, Sabo leads the Wolverines with a .354…

…- Foster, LP- Bartlett HR-nKubacki 73-71; irsts I E I 0 Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM MICHIGAN SHORTSTOP Tony Evans crosses the plate in the ninth inning yesterday for the Wolverines' first run in its game…

…, Wool folk shines with two By JOE CHAPELLE Indiana squeaked by the Michigan men's track team, 73-71, in a dual meet held in Ann Arbor last Saturday. Despite the team's loss, several Wolverines turned in…

September 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 117) • Page Image 27

… schedule with a bang as it thumped Toledo 15-4, 15-10, 15-4 at Cliff Keen Arena last night. The Wolverines (3-1) were coming off a strong showing at the Georgia Invitational. Although they had lost their…

… last match to No.20 Georgia, Michigan took two out of the three games in the tournament and was looking to con- tinue its hot start to the season. The match started out in favor of the Wolverines as…

April 06, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 107) • Page Image 13

… movie or a book, or at least a miniseries. The Wolverines are a team everyone can late to because they're not perfect, they're not unstop- le. There's no Hobey Baker Award winner here, no rd-setting win…

… total, no single player carrying the team on his shoulders night in and night out. Even Marty Turco couldn't always bail the Wolverines out, nor could Bill Muckalt. We all can relate. Sometimes in life…

… the players and coaches manifested into that ectangular plaque handed to every Wolverine. But the intangibles of this national title are arguably nore important than any hardware could be. The friend…

… head coach of the hockey team in 1984 and returned a fallen program back to national prominence. And on Saturday night at the FleetCenter in Boston, Berenson led the Wolverines to the national…

… about Michigan's title run that seemed eerily similar to the Wolverines' championship run two to the final four. In the semifinal game, Michigan defeated Boston University, 4-0, in 1996, and this year…

… the Wolverines beat New Hampshire 4-0 in I ' , , …

December 06, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 61) • Page Image 9

…U The Michigan Daily j michigandaily.com I December 6, 2010 Blue punches ticket to Second-half dominance on I first-ever College Cup display in Wolverines' win Lucky break saves Michigan split MEN…

… hockey team's MICHIGAN 2 series OHIO STATE 3 with Ohio -- ---- State. MICHIGAN 2 After OHIO STATE 1 leading by a goal in the final minute of play on Friday night, the Wolverines allowed a game-tying tally…

…-1 Michigan victory. The Wolverine offense had a furious pace for the entirety of Saturday's game, peppering Buck- eye goaltender Cal Heeter with a season-high 48 shots. But it wasn't until the third period…

… blue" chants started to sound more like, "Let's go Stu." For one of the first times all season, the fans at Crisler Arena seemed to really get behind the Wolverines (5-2) and after Michi- gan headed into…

… first half, Douglass had a monster second stanza, scoring 16 of the Wolverines' 40 points. On the game, he shot 5-for-7 from behind the arc, hitting half of the Michigan's 3-pointers. "It's kind of just…

September 06, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 1) • Page Image 37

…The Michigan Daily/New Student Edition -Thursday, September 6, 1990- Pag5 WOLVERINES DROP FROM UPPER ECHELON Wrestlers slip by Jeff Sheran Daily Sports Writer The Michigan wrestling team ranking…

… slipped con- Fritz Lehrke,1 siderably last season, finishing 31st nationally, as op- January, andi posed to 5th in 1989. Half as many Wolverines quali- who wrestled fied for the national tournament as did…

… moved up to 158 after fellow Amine injured his knee at Iowa State. ass loomed large when tournament time as Michigan lost its only would-be top ig Ten Championships. It followed that Wolverine placed as…

… rnament, a disappointment for a team that th in the country for much of the season, LA's, no Wolverine advanced to the place- s. Lehrke, seeded fifth, dropped his second aches en route to an early exit, as…

September 06, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 4) • Page Image 15

…-5-2 set, and on offense they play a very direct, over the midfield style. 'To put it bluntly, they try for the "home run ball." Michigan plays a more defensive 4-3-3 set, and the Wolverines will attempt to…

… deny as many of these big play opportunities, as they can. The Wolverines would like IUPUI's defense to "play soccer," as Burns says, by forcing them to pass and handle the ball instead of just booting…

… will propel the Wolverines is junior Lindsey Gallo. Gallo finished seventh at last season's Big Ten Championships - earning her the last spot on the All-Big Ten First Team - and was the top Wolverine

… become one of the confer- ence's elite runners. Backing up Gallo will be a number of runners that should make the Wolverines much deeper than they were last year. They include incoming freshmen Jennifer…

… sparkle, it should be an exciting season for the Wolverines, as on paper they, have a team that can compete with anyone. "It's a matter of doing it on the course," McGuire said. TOM FELDKAMP/Daily The men…

…- played an uncanny ability to find the open man with his precision passing and vision. Burns and his Wolverines can hardly wait to kick off Elbel's first game of the 2002 campaign. "Everyone is really…

February 06, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 90) • Page Image 9

… admiration for the Wolverines seemed to hover fIthin the walls of the IM West building that houses McCaffree Pool. Of course, the Spartan fans still rooted for their boys. Whether it was for first offifth, the…

… swam solo in the pool, enjoying extra applause while waving politely with a sheepish smile on his face. Green with envy: The magnitude of the Wolverines' accomplishments was not lost on the Spartan crowd…

Wolverines completed their 134-109 victory. 0 New Kids on the Block: One highlight for the Wolverine coaching staff wis the performance of the first-year swimmers. "All in all, we got some nice performances…

… concluded that this season's squad is having an off year. After the 1989-90 Wolverines defeated Minnesota on February 3rd, 1990, their record rose to 8-1 overall, 5-0 in the Big Ten. In addition, three of the…

… different story. Currently, the Wolverines stand at 6-4 including a 3-0 compilation in the Big Ten. Their three Big Ten victories have come against Wisconsin, Indiana and AVlichigan State who claimed the…

… year's performance. First, there are currently eight Wolverines who are hampered by the flu, including 1989 NCAA All-American junior freestyler Jennifer Love and 1989 NCAA Honorable Mention All…

…-American sophomore butterflyer Missy McCracken. The youth of the Wolverines has also significantly affected their *eason. While several first-year swimmers have contributed thus far, the team does not possess the…

… defeated the Wolverines. "I think we swam well against the top teams, especially (No. 1 ranked) Texas," senior butterflyer Molly Hegarty said. "The season is going great. At this point, we've accomplished…

… the pool in Canham Natatorium. The Wolverines had a strong showing in East Lansing this past week, defeating the Spartans 134-109. In this month's College Swimming Coaches Association of America, the…

Wolverines are ranked third behind number two Southern Cal and number one Texas. Water polo starts strong, places second by Tim Spolar Michigan's women's water polo team opened their season with a splash by…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 69

… expected. The Wolverines fell in the second round of the NCAA tournament to Texas Christian Uni- versity. Despite its best finish in four years, the team was disappointed. A season that began with so much…

… four seniors, the Wolverines began the season by winning seven consecutive dual matches - including winning the Great Northwest Shootout in Washington. But a close loss to Tulane University was a sign of…

March 06, 2006 (vol. 115, iss. 84) • Page Image 12

Wolverines had been absent from the bracket. But the fallout from the weekend's action has the Wolverines slotted as the 13th seed out of a field of 16 teams - still anything but a lock to make it. That makes…

… this weekend's best-of-three series against Ferris State in the CCHA Tour- nament quarterfinals the biggest games of the year. All year long, the Wolverines clung to their reputation and preseason hype…

January 06, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 54) • Page Image 8

… pesky Daniel Horton is back. And so are the Wolverines. The junior returned after missing the past six games with a left-knee sprain and led the Wolverines (1-0 Big Ten, 9-5 overall) to a stunning 65…

… minutes. But it was his presence on the court that willed the Wolverines to victory. "Even though he played a real good game, I think emotionally he's even more of a presence for us," forward Courtney Sims…

November 06, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 50) • Page Image 9

…." second guard or the small forward biggest euphemisms in sport, one that rebounding become obvious question HOWEVER, IF the Wolverine men- position," James said. "Whichever usually kicks off a long…

… knee operations last "It's strictly a,rebuilding year,'sim- With a short line-up, the Wolverines Frieder. summer. "I'm pessimistic about his ply because we have so many young will be forced to rely on…

… speed and Depth will not be a problem for the returning this year," Frieder said. pilayers," coach Bill Frieder told the quickness, but Frieder cautions that the Wolverines, with Joe James, Dan "There is…

… luncheon at "If we can rebound the ball, we hope Rockymore and Willis Carter joining Without McCormick, the Wolverines Crisler Arena yesterday. might be overmatched in the physical ONE OF THOSE young players…

…, Eric Big Ten conference. Turner, might be the backbone of the "The conference will be as tough as Wolverine attack this season. ever. In my estimation - and I think "I think Eric's going to be a great it…

… agrees with Frieder on the icwe're not going to win the Big Ten, but role he must play if the Wolverines are we can have a good year." to be a successful team. However, some of Frieder's players "I…

… BELL Whether the Wolverines will surprise season started today, according to FRESHMAN GUARD ERIC Turner fields questions from reporters at the fans at Crisler Arena may depend Frieder. The rest of the…

January 06, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 53) • Page Image 15

… oc- curred in the second period, as the Wolverines played shorthanded for exactly half of the 20-minute stanza. That factor did not so much help 9 Alberta's offense. - the Golden Bears failed to…

… killers did a good job. They had to," Michigan coach Red Berenson said. "There were too many penalties. It's hard to get a flow going with that many penal- ties." Indeed, after Wolverine left wing Dan…

… coiming when the Wolverines did not have someone in the penalty box, and both coming against Michigan goaltender Chris Gordon, who started for the first time this season. "We got off on the wrong foot…

… the night before. Alberta jumped out to an early lead at 2:27 into the game as Barcley Pearce capitalized on a 5-on-3 power play, and for about ten minutes, it ap- peared as if the Wolverines had a game…

… on their hands. But Cain Stewart's unassisted goal at the 11:06 mark of the first period would be the beginning of the Golden Bears' end. Five Wolverines would score in all, with Stewart and Stiver…

… consecutive year, the Michigan hockey team came away from Joe Louis Arena with the GLI championship. Michigan Tech won five straight titles from 1976-80. The Wolverines won this one in style, depending on your…

… shots before Michigan goalie Steve Shields had made his first save. Cam Stewart scored two of the four goals and was named tournament MVP for his three-goal, two-assist perfonnance. The Wolverines took…

… the 4-0 lead inte the first intermission and coasted to victory, leaving little to hold the fans' interest besides the Michigan uniforms. The Wolverines have worn maize before - in a 1980 game against…

… them. They're tough. They're cocky. They're good." Stewart was joined on the all- tournament team by Shields, junior center Brian Wiseman, and rookie de- fenseman Steven Halko. The Wolverines had a…

… lays a big check on a Northern Michigan player, enabling fellow Wolverine Mike Stone to keep control of the puck. Michigan defeated the Wildcats to capture its fifth consecutive GLI championship…

January 06, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 49) • Page Image 8

… Daily Sports Writer Staring at a 10-point halftime deficit, the Michigan women's basketball team came out of the break on a mission. Freshman Jessica Minnfield started the Wolverine run with a 3-pointer…

… Krista VandeVenter. Then, Minnfield knocked down a trey from the top of the key to cut the lead to three - the smallest deficit the Wolverines (0-3 Big Ten, 6-9 overall) had faced. The fans in Crisler…

… con- tributed, hitting all three of her three-point attempts and finishing with 11 points. But the Wolverines were without Jessica Star- ling, who left the team for personal rea- sons. In the first half…

…, Michigan never led and was unable to cut the Hawkeye lead below five. Iowa started the game with a 6-0 run, and the Wolverines' notoriously aggres- sive defense hurt them early on, putting the Hawkeyes in…

… the double bonus with nine minutes remaining in the half. But Iowa couldn't capitalize, drawing just two fouls before the break. The Wolverines struggled to find an answer for 6-foot-6 Hawkeye freshman…

… prevent her from catching the ball in good position." After the Hawkeyes' strong response to the Michigan run that opened the sec- ond half, the Wolverines were unable to consistently hold the margin under…

… in front of the Wolverines' bench. But instead of starting the game, Abram could only cheerlead from the bench - sidelined with a toe injury. With the absence of one of their most consistent players…

…, the Wolverines needed someone else to step up.vv g+i Guard Dion Harris answered the call. ur In the first half, senior Daniel Horton and junior 12:0$ Courtney Sims totaled CrI'e just five points on 1…

…, Graham Brown, registered just four. The 6-foot-3 guard was also the lone Michigan player to hit a 3-point- er. Most of the Wolverines struggled to shake off their sluggish start, but Harris propelled them…

… against Purdue, Har- ris will have to maintain his aggres- sive play. With Abram's status still in question, the Wolverines will need the Detroit native's offense to continue to balance their attack…

January 06, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 53) • Page Image 16

… Indiana 26-25. The second half was dominated by the Wolverines. The Michigan defense held the Hoosiers to just 10 points in the first 10 minutes, and Michigan was able to pull out to a 55-36 lead. Indiana…

… was able to cut the lead to 11 points with two min- utes left, but the Wolverines held off the Hoosiers down the stretch. The Wolverines were supposed to begin the Big Ten home season against Michigan…

February 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 68) • Page Image 9

…-conference series versus Alaska- Fairbanks, the Wolverines took ad- vantage of their two remaining games in hand to stretch their one-point lead *Women ' basketball splits with Big Ten foes ' y John Leroi Daily…

… Basketball Writer Not quite your typical weekend for the Michigan women's basketball team. The Wolverines began the three- day road trip with an embarrassing loss to Purdue on Friday, but dug themselves out of…

… Boilermakers a 9-0 lead, the Wolver- ines fought back to trail by eight. Jennifer Brzezinski's driving layup with just over nine minutes left in the alf cut the score to 22-16. But the Wolverine's could only…

…'s height plagued the Wol- verines for the entire game. The Boil- ermakers outscored the Wolverines @4-12 in the paint. "We were outmanned, outheighted, outshot and outplayed," coach Trish Roberts said. "It…

Wolverines (16-2-1 CCHA, 21-4-1 overall) traveled to Munn Ice Arena to take on Michigan State (12- 4-3, 17-7-3) in their lone matchup at that venue this season. One would expect Michigan to come out full of…

…, skating at left wing so Herr could center the checking line, put the puck on net from the left boards. Herr deflected the puck be- hind Buzak's stick side into the net and the Wolverines tied the score, 2…

… points from a 5-3 win, but it was essentially a four-point game Not only did the Wolverines shut-down See CCHA, Page 4 Gophers drill cagers, 80-58 Poor shooting dooms Wolverines By Ryan White has been…

January 06, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 53) • Page Image 14

… back at the buzzer. This time, the explosion was all Maize and Blue. 79-78, Wolverines. "We had said 'No putbacks,"' North Carolina coach Dean Smith said. "Obviously, they got one." "Jalen played his…

… less drama. However, the Wolverines displayed surprisingly good ball con- trol in the half, committing only five turnovers to North Carolina's 10. Unfortunately for Michigan, for- ward Ray Jackson…

… was a rude homecoming for former Michigan assistant Mike Boyd, head coach of the Vikings, and ex-Wolverine Sam Mitchell, who played in his first post- Michigan game that night. Webber and Howard tied…

… for the team lead with 21 points each. The Wolverines also swept the other "Michigan" teams they faced over break, defeating Central Mich- igan (3-4), 94-69, Dec. 21 and East- ern Michigan (5-6), 88…

… themselves down, 25-15, with 8:50 left before halftime, the Wolverines went on a 27-8 run to lead 42-33 at intermis- sion. The run continued through the first 10 minutes of the second half, and Jackson's lay…

… earlier, the Wolverines wrapped up the vacation schedule by thumping Eastern Michigan, 88-58. Daily Basketball Writer HONOLULU - After the No. 3 Michigan men's basketball team0 cruised by No. 4 Kansas, 86…

October 06, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 6) • Page Image 18

…9 SPORTSMonday - October 6, 1997 ees iton the chin, returning home winless. to happen I hia s) occer H '1 1 II IN CF 2 , hA C _; ta a the Wolverines reeling and forced to reevaluate their…

…. Entering this weekend ranked 11th in the nation, Michigan's first stop in the trip was a clash with No. 19 Minnesota. Down 2-0 late in the first half, the Wolverines battled back to knot the score at 2-2 on…

September 06, 2011 (vol. 122, iss. 152) • Page Image 47

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com NEW STUDENT EDITION Tuesday, September 6, 2011- 5E Shocked Wolverines drop 2-1 thriller to Kentucky in NCAARegional finale By EMILY BONCHI Daily Sports…

… simultane- ously inevitable and impossible. As soon as the Wildcats' Annie Rowland's soft blooper started its arc downward, everyone knew the game was over. Kentucky won 2-1, upsetting the Wolverines on their…

February 06, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 69) • Page Image 10

… face some of the nation's best teams, hoping to capture a team championship. Pusztai lost only one match the en- tire weekend. But despite Pusztai's efforts the Wolverines were unable to capture the team…

… title, falling in the final to ninth-ranked South Alabama. This was the first time in five tries that the Wolverines advanced to the championship match, and it was the first title for the Jaguars…

December 06, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 47) • Page Image 13

… doesn't mean next year is out of the question. The Wolverines' future got a little brighter recently, as two prep stars signed national letters of intent during the early fall signing period. Stacey…

… enough to play both off- guard and small forward. A four-time all-conference selection, she was named the AAU Most Valuable Player in the State of Michigan. Walker comes to the Wolverines from Cresten High…

March 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 84) • Page Image 13

… wanted to play in the Big Dance more. men's basketball team's game what this game meant. We weren't The Wolverines were off their game. this season has been its defense. That intense enough on defense…

…." Granted, Michigan will have a chance was, until the Wolverines ran into Michigan was able to hold off to all but secure a tournament spot on Iowa yesterday at Carver-Hawkeye Iowa's 3-point shooters in the…

… and Michigan trying to force the ball inside re- sulted in 22 Wolverine turnovers and a number of easy baskets for the Hawkeyes.- "We had too many turnovers, and I'd say that it is our fault," Fisher…

January 06, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 67) • Page Image 9

… Arena. (I promise.) After loss upon loss to talent- ed - as well as, frankly, medio- cre - teams, let's just say fans weren't expecting a big win from the Wolverines. Yet here we are, mere days into the…

… of all, it is a big win, it is a big deal. The Wolverines looked the best they have all season hands down. Michigan retained focus for nearly the entire game - for the first time all season. Junior…

October 06, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 6) • Page Image 17

… - knocked the Wolverines to 10-3 on the season and 2- 1 in the Big Ten. Michigan is 1-1 in over- time games this season. Despite being able to rest most of their starting players in Saturday's blowout at…

… become an outstanding rivalry in this sport." After Michigan State's Sarah Wilson forced overtime with a goal 12:07 into the second half, the Spartans' Rayna Hiscox broke the Wolverines' collective hearts…

September 06, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 140) • Page Image 18

… season Saturday night, but that wasn't enough to defeat No. 1 Nebraska. The Wolverines fell to the Cornhuskers in three games (30-22, 30-19, 30-21) at the Sports Imports Invitational in Columbus dropping…

Wolverines rallied back - thanks to senior Megan Bowman's five kills - before eventually losing 30-21. The Wolverines fell behind early in the second game and trailed 20-10 at one point before sophomore…

… Lyndsay Miller's three straight kills sparked a 5-0 Michigan rally that helped pull the team within seven, 23- 16. But a 7-3 Nebraska run put an end to any chance of a Wolverine comeback. The beginning of…

… the match was promising for Michigan. The Wolverines surprised the Cornhuskers out of the gates and led throughout the first half of the first game until Nebraska tied it up at 18. Thanks to a .409…

… score 20 points in a single game. On Friday night, the Wolverines dropped their first game of the tournament to No. 24 Long Beach State. Sophomore Katie Bruzdzinski had a team-high 13 kills while Miller…

…-1-0), the unranked Wolverines topped themselves with a comeback against a top-tier team, eventuallyI tying No. 6 Texas A&M 1-1 in a double-over- time game that was not for the faint of heart. "It was exciting…

… they were visibly out- matched and outhustled by the favored Aggiesi (2-1-1), the Wolverines (1-0-2) finally got the1 spark they needed in the 62nd minute. Senior for- ward Therese Heaton capitalized on…

… the deal for Michigan. Williams and Justin Switzer both finished 14 seconds behind Brannen to take the next two spots. The three all raced unat- tached. Top finishers for the Wolverines were Andrew…

…, finished in seventh place, with Andrew Ellerton and Rondell Ruff rounding up the Wolverine runners who finished in the top 15. Senior Megan Bowman's five kills couldn't save Michigan in its three-game loss…

… to No. 1 Nebraska. loss (30-20, 33-31, 30-25). In the second game of the match, Michigan trailed early, but Pflum's seven kills helped the Wolverines take a 28-27 lead after a Bowman block with help…

April 06, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

…'ll attempt to take step two. The No. 7 Wolverines will host the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships, a competi- tion where the top two team finishers will head to Georgia for the National Championships…

…. Everyone else goes home for the year. With No. 6 Stanford and No. 18 Louisiana State joining Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island traveling to Michigan's turf for the meet, the Wolverines realize…

April 06, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 124) • Page Image 9

… about turning pro throughout this season and expressed his interest with his parents during the year. After Air Force knocked the Wolverines out of the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Mar. 27…

Wolverines' staff, and Berenson in particular, is traditionally adamant that players should stay four years to earntheir degree and to fully develop their on-ice skills before jumping to the next level…

… the first Wolverine to win the award since Justin Laury in 2005 - the last year Michigan hosted the Big Ten Champion- ships. See KELLEY, Page 3B SAID ALSA LAH/Daily Sophomore Aaron Palushaj is now a…

… member of the AHL's Peoria Rivermen. SOFTBALL Blue sweeps Purdue for third straight year ARIEL BOND/Dal y F Wolverines allow 12 unanswered runs By CHANTEL JENNINGS Daily Sports Writer The Michigan…

… dugout looked stunned. Wolverine coach Rich Maloney stared at the scoreboard in disbelief. The young fans stood pas- sively, wondering whether to ask for autographs. The Wolverines had just allowed the…

… major catastrophe or break- down, and the team hadn't fallen apart. On Saturday, the Wolverines and Nittany Lions (3-3 Big Ten, 17-12 overall) had split their doublehead- er, with Penn State taking the…

… first F game 6-4 in the 10th inning. But the Wolverines fought back from a 5-2 deficit in the second game to win 9-4 with the help of five home runs. But on Sunday, the Wolverines just failed to do the…

… up." Unlike other games where the Wolverines (3-3, 18-10) have found a way to fight back, the hole they dug themselves into was too deep to escape. As the game went own, the little miscues became more…

… glaring. Maloney worked hiswaythrough the bullpen, using six different pitchers, but all failed to slow the Nittany Lions' offensive surge. And when the Wolverines looked for a game-changing performance, no…

April 06, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 107) • Page Image 10

… in there again." Yesterday's offensive spark was provided by Melissa Gentile, who breathed life into the initially slug- gish Wolverines and their fans. In the bottom of the third, Michigan was…

… for the insurance run, making it 5-3. Once again, that was all the Wolverines needed. Just minutes earlier, Davie made an incredible throw from left field to .stop the Buckeyes from taking the lead…

December 06, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 46) • Page Image 17

Wolverines are riding high after a runner-up finish in the Hawaiian Air Wahine Tournament in Honolulu over Thanksgiving break. Michigan fell in the -finals to top-ranked Stanford, 77- 74, in the waning moments…

… respect. It's a start. "You've got to crawl before you sprint." The Wolverines will look to sprint past a Central Michigan team that is in a transition of its own. This season, Chippewas have a new coach, I…

March 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 84) • Page Image 9

… Baseball 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 9 9 T7 Blue crushed by Hawkeyes Wolverines' NCAA tournament hopes still in doubt By Ryan White Daily Basketball Writer IOWA CITY-It's not a sure thing yet. Coming into yesterday…

… digets again. Iowa's win was keyed by both its outside shooting, the Hawkeyes hit 12 of 24 three point shots, and Michigan's lack of defensive intensity. The Wolverines had been holding opponents to 38…

… power play, in the opening period. "I think that it's a mistake to play like that against Michigan," Wolverine coach Red Berenson said. "If you're going to take a lot of penalties against Michigan, then…

…, scoring a goal and notching five assists. His 22nd goal of the season was a nifty backhanded shot on a breakaway that gave the Wolverines a 5-1 lead early in the second period. "I got the puck from the…

April 06, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 108) • Page Image 9

… Final Four appearance. A shot for the Blue Devils at a second straight national title. Michigan's Fab Five title hopes. And the Wolverines' chance at re- demption against Duke. Buried somewhere in there…

… Webber outplayed Duke's All- American center Christian Laettner in the Wolverines near-upset of the top-ranked Blue Devils Dec. 14. That's when the madness really began. Webber finished that contest with…

… press, the result was lots of easy baskets. Michigan shot 57.7 percent from the field in the first half, with over half its baskets com- ing from layups and dunks. King was the only Wolverine to shoot…

… a rest and the Wolverines began to get things going. "I didn't think the team was frus- trated at all," Rose said. "It was just a matter of taking our time and mak- ing better decisions, and that…

…'s working out perfect. Now we just have to win." See CHAMPIONSHIP, Page 4 Michigan's Jimmy King finishes off the fastbreak with a vicious slam to put the Wolverines ahead of Cincinnati with 52 seconds…

… doubt? The Wolverines have hinted all season long that they wanted Duke again. And that desire was spelled out in black-and-white in the Michigan lockerroom after the Ohio State game in Lexington, Ky…

April 06, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 108) • Page Image 15

… aily Baseball Writer I The Michigan baseball team went into this weekend's four-game stint at Northwestern riding a five-game winning streak. The Wolverines couldn't come out of the weekend with the…

… streak intact, but did man- age to take three games. The Wolverines (6-2 in the Big Ten, 11-14 overall) pounced on the O Wildcats (2-6, 9-17) early and often in the front end of Saturday's doubleheader…

… three runs in the sixth inning to overcome a 2-0 deficit, but in the last inning, the Wildcats scored three unearned runs on two Wolverine errors. Northwestern pitcher Michelle Hawkins (8-6) shut out…

February 06, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 91) • Page Image 12

… basketball team cracked. The Buckeyes (14-7 overall, 5-5 in the Big Ten) drove the Wolverines nuts last night before a raucous St. John Arena crowd of 13,441, crushing Michigan 95-87. A sloppy Wolverine

… offense and a tenacious Ohio State defense forced 20 Michigan turnovers and provided thPe Buckeyes with many of their points on easy transition baskets. The Wolverines (15-7, 6-4) led 29-21 and seemed in…

… Michigan's 6-3 guard, drawing Grant's second foul of the first half., The 6-5 Buckeye sank the free throw, cutting the Wolverine lead to five. After two Jerry Francis foul shots, Curtis Wilson stole an…

… thought we could get the ball inside," said Williams. "(Wolverine forward Glen) Rice is an awesome rebounder, but they are not big with that three-guard offense." Michigan head coach Bill Frieder was not…

January 06, 1948 (vol. 58, iss. 76) • Page Image 14

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'li' Warns Co-rast by Tro 0C R tanord, 4-13R Wolverines Pile Up 42-0 Halftimie La Four CalI s F in m_ Turns Game inito Michigan Rout By DICK KRAUS Behind a savage…

… Ford, Wolverine end, recovered a Stanfdrd fumble. Two plays and a 15-yard unnecessary rough- i Daily-Lmanian OUTTA MY WAY-All-American Bob Chappuis (49), shifty Wolverine tailback, heads for Stanford…

… Michigan Stadium after viewing a heavily favored Wolverine team steamroller the Stanford Indians, 49-13. Predicted rain failed to mater- ialize although fans had a few anxious moments in the first quarter…

… when dark storm-clouds obscured the sun. However, for the remainder of the game old sol's sizzling rays beat merciless- ly down on grid fans. Turn-About Wolverine fans did a turn-about early in the game…

… off the famous Michigan reverse, shook off four Stanford tacklers to go over standing up. Weisenburger's Turn Then it waS Jack Weisenburg- er's turn, The speedy Wolverine fullback spun into a gaping…

… 21-0 with the game only six minutes old. The last bolt of Wolverine frst quarter lightning struck suddenly after Michigan had been penal- ized for illegal use of the hands. Chappuis faded from his 40…

… and bulleted a spiral that looked too long for Rifenburg, but the Wol- verine end went up and hauled it in on his fingertips to make it four touchdowns in eight and a half minutes. Wolverines Rest Then…

… the Wolverine scoring at- tack took a 13 minute siesta, dur- ing which time the Indians had nothing to cheer but the sensa- tional punting of halfback Mike Durket, who consistently boomed high spiral…

January 06, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 78) • Page Image 10

… one for the Michigan men's basketball team. The Wolverines have dropped their last five games to lower their record to 1-7. "We've got to be the best damn 1-7 team, not only this year but in the last…

… decade," said Michigan head coach Bill- Frieder. MICHIGAN'S FIRST loss during its current five game losing streak came against Western Michigan, 71-60 on Decembd 12 at Crisler Arena. The Wolverines were…

… the half. MICHIGAN LED by five with 13:23 remaining, but several Wolverine, tur- novers allowed the Titans to eventually take the lead on a tip-in by Joe Kopicki. Turner led the Wolverines in scoring…

…, .....,-... the Wolverines owned a 60-59 lead and the ball. But Turner had the ball stolen, and Louisiana Tech converted this tur- nover into a 61-60 lead on two Rennie Bailey free throws. Michigan then went into a…

… delay of- fense until the game's final seconds when now departed Joe James took the contest's final shot. The ball bounced of the rim ' and the Wolverines had lost again.W "THE SHOT that I took in the…

… Classic, at the Los Angeles Sports Arena Michigan's play improved. Nonetheless, the only reward that the Wolverines received was two more losses. In the first round, Michigan lost to USC 77-63, in a game…

… fell in on the Wolverines. USC outscored Michigan 15-4 down the stretch, turning a close contest into a rout. cagers DESPITE THE LOSS, team captain Thad Garner noted that Michigan was beginning to show…

… team.'"h The following night, the Wolverines turned in another sterling performan- ce, only to lose to Alabama- Birmingham 73-72 in the tournament's consolation game. Late in the first half, Michigan led…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 22

… Challenge in St. Louis the Michigan field hockey team sufTered an unfortunate occurrence of deja vu. The second-ranked Wolverines faced off against No. 4 North Carolina and Duke falling 4-2 to the Tar Heels…

… penalty corner in the second half. But against North Carolina, the Wolverines were only able to earn three penalty corners. "Getting a shot or a corner are the two most important things," senior Courtney…

May 06, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

… everybody emotionally." Sunday morning's5-Oloss to Michi- gan State was the coup de grace of the weekend for the Wolverines. Kass missed the No.I singles match due to a recurring tendinitis problem, but his…

…. The Wolverines splitthefirstdoubleheader winningthe presence wouldn't have helped much. The No. 7 seeded Spartans sealed the 'W' with victories at Nos. 2-6 single4 over the disheartened Wolverines

… tournament. The men's team competed at the# Spartan Invitational in East Lansing, and placed seventh. The Wolverines host the Wolverine Invitational this weekend. I I II MAJOR PUBLIC AUCTION! By Order Of…

December 06, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 62) • Page Image 10

…Sport. The portable that takes you where you're going. REGIONALSTAT STCS N/ N data systems I -- 8088 Portable PC 4 Wolverine center Loy Vaught points to help lead Michigan percent from the field, is now…

…-ranked Wolverines' 98- 65 win and proclaimed that he enjoyed playing Tampa. How could he not? His team improved its record to 6-0, and had fun doing it. At times, it looked like more of a highlight film…

Wolverines took control. "They presented some problems to us early," Frieder said. "They really made us execute out there." Indeed, Michigan could manage just a 15-13 halftime rebounding edge over their…

… the Wolverine front- line throughout the game. H IG G IN S said: "(Stiglich) looked like Hulk Hogan...and he was mean." But the Wolverines got back on track in the second half, opening up a 35-point…

… score, Spartan forward Bryan Williams wasn't very impressed with the Wolverines. "They weren't very disciplined," he said. "I thought they'd be more competitive than they were." _- _ + I'.' .tI. ' 'r…

… should improve the Wolverines shaky rebounding. "Tanya is about as solid an individual as you can have on a team," VanDeWege said. "She should be starting. She is the best rebounder we have from either…

June 06, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 24) • Page Image 15

Wolverines would need a liberal dose of good for- tune as well as some top notch perfor- mances on the track in order to finish among the top ten at last weekend's NCAA Outdoor Championships. THE WAY things…

… turned out at the three-day extravaganza in Eugene, Ore., the Wolverines' luck was all bad, and their performances weren't much better. With a disappointing total of four points, Harvey's 11-man contingent…

June 06, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 128) • Page Image 12

… tough jams. The tournament started on a better note for the Wolverines. It began against unranked DePaul (45-21) on Thursday. Ritter went the distance, striking out 12 batters and scattering 3 hits on her…

… Desert Clas- sic. The then-No.t-ranked Bruins defeated the Wolverines by a 3-0 margin. The finals are a best-of- three series format. "We can still win - we can still win the tournament," Hutchins said…

September 06, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 4) • Page Image 14

… become just the seventh Wolverine to be captain of the team in back-to-back seasons. Not only was he the team's leader last season, but Ortmeyer was also one of the recipients of the Hal Downes Trophy…

…, Shouneyia is once again expected to be one of the Wolverines' leaders on offense. "I thought (Shouneyia) accepted that role well last year and will be even stronger this year," Berenson said. While Burnes was…

… we didn't have to have the election for it." DANNY MOLOSHOK/Daily Senior forward Jed Ortmeyer will captain the Wolverines for the second-straight year. Undefeated Blue ready for MAC By Brian…

… Schick Daily Sports Writer In recent years, the Michigan women's soccer team has become used to beginning the nonconference season with a losing record. In the past two seasons, the Wolverines have…

Wolverines will enter this week- end's homestand 2-0, facing an in-state series against Western Michigan tonight and Eastern Michigan on Sunday. "Every year we play top competition early in the season…

… into the season off the foot of freshman forward Therese Heaton against the favored Florida Gators last week. Heaton added another in the first half, and the Wolverines upset them, 2-0. Monday, Michigan…

… provided a unique experience for her team in the early stages of the season, giving the Wolverines the chance to protect a lead in one game and rally for a comeback all in one weekend. "There's a lot of…

… tough task." Now that the Wolverines are experi- enced in both aspects of winning, they can prepare for two teams they faced during the spring season. Michigan won both exhibition matches back in Febru…

… Western kicks off at the Varsity Soccer Field at 4 p.m., and the Eagles and Wolverines meet at 2 p.m. Sunday. 4 4 I U I -------------- eeaataseeaeeesaeeus ceases % :. ................. :.; .:...:. 3…

October 06, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 6) • Page Image 5

…- versity of Michigan," said the 6-foot- 6 forward yesterday as he donned a Wolverine cap. Moments before White made his verbal commitment, Inkster High ath- letic director George Thompson pre- sented him…

… swingman capable of playing anywhere. "I don't feel that there are posi- tions on the floor, really," White said. "Once you get on the floor it's time to play." first '95 recruit for Wolverines While…

… beginning of what could turn out to be another top recruiting class for Michigan. The Wolverines are still recruiting De- troit Murray-Wright star Robert Traylor and Chicago standout Kevin Garnett. Saginaw…

… Smulders, the Michigan field hockey team dismantled Michigan State, 2-0, last night at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse. Smulders, who leads the team in scoring with 14 points, scored both *Wolverine (2-3 Big Ten, 6…

… focused and did smart things," Michigan coach Patti Smith said. "She won every battle with her back." Early on, it didn't look like 'omulders would get a chance to put on a show for the Wolverine faithful…

…. Michigan State began the game aggressively. The Spartans were able to stop Michigan from penetrating, and kept the ball in the Wolverine half for almost the first ten minutes of the game. Surrendering three…

… early pen- alty corners, Michigan appearedover- onfident after its upset of No.5 Penn "tate last weekend. "We weren't flying, and no one was really creating," Smith said. As if on cue, the Wolverine for…

February 06, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 105) • Page Image 7

…SPORTS -Sunday, February 6, 1983 The Michigan Daily Page 7 Icers edge NMU, 3-2 By JOE CHAPELLE Special to the Daily MARQUETTE-The Wolverine icers scratched and clawed their way to a 3-2 }victory…

… over Northern Michigan last night before 3,664 fans at Lakeview Ice Arena. The win snapped a five-game Michigan losing streak. One of the keys to the Wolverines was the performance of sophomore goalie…

…'s win, coming up taking a 1-0 lead after the first period. Northern defensemen Bill Schafhauser took a pass from teammate Tom Strelow on the right side of the net and poked it past Elliott. The Wolverines

… seconds later Wolverine defenseman Todd Carlile rifled the puck past Wildcat goalie Jeff Poeschl into the right side of the net. The Wolverines then broke out to their first lead of the series, scoring two…

Wolverines were outshot 23-3 by the Wildcats, yet out- scored Northern Michigan 3-1. Poeschl ended the period with out making a single save, allowing all three of Michigan's shots-on-goal into the net. The…

…-Elliott .............................8 23 11 42 NMU-Poeschl........................6 0 5 11 Attendance: 3,664 Elliott ... 42 saves Powerful Hawkeye wrestlers destroy outmanned Wolverines By STEVE WISE It's a good thing riding time can…

… second-ranked Iowa dominated in their 44-0 thrashing of the Wolverines. The opening match, pitting Jamie McNaughton against Iowa's Tim Riley, didn't last long enough to even count riding time. Six seconds…

November 06, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 43) • Page Image 11

… heavenward, all he could do was shake his head in disbe- lief with a look that simply said, "How could we let this happen?" While Saturdayscared Wolverine nation, every championship team has to be tested. You…

… barely fended off a pesky Texas A&M team. The 2001 Miami National Champions nar- rowly defeated Boston College. These Wolverines, by their own admittance, desperately needed a wake-up call. Since the Notre…

… how many times they spew the overused mantra, "We're taking it one game at a time," it's clear that the Wolverines had already glanced past Ball State and Indiana. Just ask quarterback Chad Henne. "You…

… (which also included mul- tiple penalties), the Wolverines' undefeated season might be over. Instead, Michigan kept its National Championship hopes alive with a 34-26 victory over Ball State in Michigan…

… ateam, (it's) goingto come out here and give it (its) all." That'sjust what the Cardinals did. After the Wolverines built a seemingly comfortable 31-12 lead midway through the third quarter,they started…

…-open, 54- yard touchdown pass from Ball State quarterback Nate Davis. Even though Michigan's lead hadbeencuttojust12 points,the backup Wolverines remained in the game. And the Cardinals burned them again…

… Writer Afteranempty-netgoalsealedMichigan State's 7-4victoryinthe fadingmoments of Friday night's game, the Munn Ice Arena crowd decided to stretch the Wolverines' wounds a little wider and let the salt…

… nine games and almost two years of competition. The Wolverines had an hour-long bus ride from East Lansing to let the Munn crowd's taunting ring in their ears. Back in Ann Arbor, the team had a late…

….J. Hensick had a goal and three assists in Michigan's 6-2 win over Michigan State on Saturday. For the weekend he tallied five points as the Wolverines split with the Spartans. wasn't our best showing. That…

… results." day and Saturday might have been in the The next night, in the friendly confines first intermission. of Yost Ice Arena, Michigan (2-2-0 CCHA, Friday, the Wolverines notched two 5-3-0 overall) put…

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