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October 07, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

… Ann Arbor, in their final home game of the Big Ten season. The Wolverines will be looking to bounce back from a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Notre Dame on Tuesday. The loss snapped a seven- game unbeaten…

… streak (6-0-1) and dropped -Michigan to 8-3-1 overall. The Wolverines played the sixth-ranked Figting Irish much tougher than the score would indicate. But their vaunted offense was completely derailed by…

October 07, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 6) • Page Image 9

… want- ed to see Michigan win so badly - because it was a great story, NICHOLAS L because we COTSONIKA ached to see the The Greek Wolverines on Speaks top again, because Nebraska lost and a national…

…, and that was fine. Never did we consider what was really happening. The appearances o e enough, because we wanted to them so much. We were looking through Rose Bowl-colored glasses. The Wolverines

October 07, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 6) • Page Image 16

… much of a fac- tor in a sport like golf, but it is. Last season, the Michigan men's golf team was supposed to be strong. However, the Wolverines' best finish was a fifth-place showing in the PGA…

… yesterday at the end of the tour- nament. Sophomore Michael Harris was the first golfer off the course for the Wolverines. Instead of just relaxing, Harris signed his scorecard and went back to the 18th green…

… tourna- ment victory this weekend at the Wolverine Invitational. The Wolverines (292-285-295) lapped the field, winning the tournament by a comfortable 20-shot margin. Michigan was helped by con- sistent…

…'s Wolverine champion, Minnesota, finished fourth (299-300-304), one shot behind Miami and Marshall. The Hoosiers took fifth (296-296-302), one shot behind the Golden Gophers. The Wolverines continue their fall…

October 07, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 6) • Page Image 14

…'s cross country team came back strong this weekend to defeat Michigan State. The Wolverines captured the top six places, racing to a 15-49 victory in their only home dual meet of the season. Michigan also…

… defeated MSU in the teams' first matchup this year at the Michigan State Invitational. The Wolverines were expecting tougher competition because of the Spartans' improvement in their last few meets. If we…

… hit the mile marks, and when we had a mile to go." The dual meet took place on the Michigan Golf Course early Satur- day afternoon in ' front of parents and friends of the Wolverine run- ners, who were…

…' cross-country Harvey runner Following a disappointing loss to Georgetown, the Wolverines bounced back, with junior Amy Buchholz capturing first place with a time of 18:28, nearly a minute faster than…

… of current Wolverine Fiona Davidson) and moved into third place on the all-time Michigan assist list. "I have never really focused on (the assists)," Thompson said. "That hasn't been my main focus this…

October 07, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

…- ielle Pflum's inspired play off the bench in games three and four that focused the Wolverines (4-1~ Big Ten, 14-2 overall) > and propelled them to a commanding 30-12 win in the fourth game. "It came down…

… M at 28 and put HI A the Wolverines 161CHIGAN 3 aahead 30-29. Junior Alicia Boswell's aggressive serve forced Michigan State (1-4, 6-7) into an attack error, and Michigan won the game 31- 29. Pflum…

… Gamalski taps the ball against Michigan State last night. tied the game at 19-19 and then took a 21-19 lead on a service ace from freshman Miken Trogdon and a Wolverine attack error. Michigan State went on…

… the win the second game 30-24. The Wolverines' uneasy play also kept them off balance throughout a close game three, which they would go on to win. But by the middle of game four, the Wolverines were…

October 07, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 24) • Page Image 12

…U overcast day, the Wolverines took NOT QU Saturday's Ohio State Invitational, was the wom Led by senior All-American team. In Colu Chris Brewster's first place finish, Bert, and with the squad tallied a low…

… score of 34. still feeling th Northwestern (51), Purdue (67) the Wolverine Ohio State (89), and Missouri third. Northwe Baptist (105) rounded out the field. "THIS IS A good win for us," said Wolverine

… Warhurst. "He made a commitment Invitational Tc this past summer, and he's a THE different runner this year." defeated M SOPHOMORE John Scherer, Bradley in fou the Wolverines' third finisher, in the mat…

… prevail nt," said Warhurst. itself as a Big Ten powe his second year of meet, with Ohio State second. Michigan Stat r the Wolverines is Kentucky, and Akron ral Collegiate Wolverines. ps, to be held in "It…

… R at OSU )ok the continued her impressive running, nishing leading the Wolverines while Eastern notching a ninth place finish. Sarah ed the Gray, a freshman walk-on from Morristown, N.J., ran third…

…, ," said finishing fourteenth overall. oped to Thompson, a senior, overcame an week in illness to compete. Although she Ontario ran seventh for the Wolverines, lay, the Parks is hopeful. Next up for the team…

… is the ce was Michigan State Invitational October raging 18. At that time, the Wolverines owand will be given another shot at OSU. 4 I kers sweep at Butler AM BENSON ken bonestdidn't volleyball team…

… last uries, Michiganwon ournament in three ng through the Butler ournament. WOLVERINES Morehead State and r games each. Then ch against Butler, npt the hosts in three 15-5, 15-13. everal injures going…

… tournament. The Wolverines had 15 service aces against Morehead State. And against Bradley, the Wolverines had 43 digs compared to three for their opponents. Although Michigan has looked impressive in non…

October 07, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 25) • Page Image 14

…Guire said. The 22nd-ranked Wolverines placed second out of 20 teams after running the 6,000-meter LaVern Gib- son Championship Course at the Indi- ana State Invitational. The second-place finish ended their…

… outside of Great Lakes teams." Junior Lindsey Gallo led the Wolverines, finishing in eighth place overall with her personal best time of 21:42.1 for a 6,000-meter race. She also led the team in their…

… Michael Nisson For the Daily The Michigan women's golf team is chomping at the bit to defend its title in the Women's Collegiate Shootout this week. After failing to defend their titles in the Wolverine

… Invitational and the Lady Northern in the past few weeks, the Wolverines desperately want to win a tournament and estab- lish themselves as true defending champions. After finishing fourth last week at the Lady…

Wolverines. "The golf course will set up very good to our game," she said. "I think it is a little bit easier than our golf course here. It's a little bit flatter. It's a fairly new golf course, so the trees…

… up our own game plans and play within our game plans and do the best we can." The Wolverines are taking the same six players who competed in the Lady Northern. Kim Benedict, Laura Olin and Sarah Kruer…

October 07, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 7) • Page Image 15

… Intercollegiate meet. Tomorrow afternoon could be an inter- esting stepping stone for the Wolverines as they try to get back on pace follow- ing a disappointing performance two weeks ago at the Sam Bell…

… Invitational the team's workout mileage has been shortened as a preparatory technique that should allow for the Wolverines to run at full capacity tomorrow. McGuire expects juniors Katie Ryan and Erin White to…

… easier to run in than 80 degree heat" Michigan will try to further lengthen its dominance in the state tomorrow at 4:30 in Hillsdale. It is the last meet before they host the Wolverine Invitational on…

… some lobster tails." Instead of the usual post-meet fare, the Wolverines will be enjoying the delicacy of lobster tails and a T- shirt swap with the other nine entered teams. But while the prestige of…

… the meet far outweighs any the team has trav- eled to thus far, the level of competi- tion doesn't quite stack up. The 12th-ranked Wolverines are the heavy favorites going in. "I don't think the…

… good reason. The meet comes on the heels of the last "100-mile" training week for the varsity five - an unheard of feat for the Wolverines in recent years. "We're still training hard," Warhurst said…

…. "There aren't any highly-ranked teams at this race so it allows us to train through the meet." Traditionally, the Wolverines have travelled to Maine though there are other, closer meets available on the…

… Keatinge allows the Wolverines to juice up there resume' against regional competition in hopes of securing a crucial at-large bid to the NCAA meet. "It's important to cover our- selves," Warhurst said…

… the Wolverines. The first two months were spent in build- ing a sound base of strength and endurance. Now that the physical aspect has been honed on the roads, the work now is to establish a fero…

October 07, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 25) • Page Image 9

… herself up, walked off of the field, and remained confident that her team- mates would hold on to the 1-0 lead her goal had built. The Wolverines did not disappoint their captain as they exploded in the…

… anything going on. There wasn't much soccer going on: A lot of one touch, foul, one touch, foul," Michigan coach Debbie Rademacher said. This is the type of defense and play that had flustered the Wolverines

…. Golf places ninth at home tournament By David Van Howe For the Daily The Michigan men's golf team finished ninth out of a field of 17 teams in this week- end's Wolverine Invitational. The team put up a…

October 07, 1928 (vol. 39, iss. 13) • Page Image 2

Wolverine GolfersI scoring one pair of golfers can only and paired with Lewis, managed . '11111 win nine points and the Oakland to pick up a single point against lSDE Defeated A Derodiuls pair needed…

… Par of Denk, who negotiated th:e tricky only able to take one point in thriee Score to Sh ut Out Shannon layout in par figures, },le Wolverine! from Francis Ryan, Oaklandi bills Fp and Art Ahistrom pair…

… entry blanked Stanley Ford. c gins. In the foursome, the Wolverine pair ardson proved the winning margin While the play of ti-i Wolverin~esI of Ward and Bergelin, after winl- - for the Oakland Hills…

October 07, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

… Mark Eaton, who is currently playing for the Philadelphia Flyers. This year, it was the Wolverines who lost three defensemen in the off-season. Perhaps more significant, the team also lost captain Sean…

… stay in the game and not be intimidated. This league is a tough league. Notre Dame is ready for us; hopefully we'll be ready for them." Between the pipes, Kimento will be eagerly awaiting the Wolverines

October 07, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 25) • Page Image 15

… your own tournament. The women's tennis team did just that at this weekend's Wolver- ine Invitational at the Varsity Tennis Center. A plethora of Wolverines placed in their respec- tive singles flights…

…" flight, with fourth- and eighth-place finishes, respectively. Vastag proved to be a Wolverine killer all weekend, as she was responsible for Plaushines' exit in the second round, (6-4, 6-4), and Tipirneni…

…' side of the court. She drilled a shot toward an. Ohio State defender, who could only cover her face for protection as her team fell behind by one. The Wolverines ran the same play next time around…

… contain her joy and excitement. A victory, especially the way the Wolverines were chasing it, would be huge. "I just looked at Chantel and told her, 'Give me these last few points, that's all I want…

…-handedly tagged the loss on Ohio State. But once the Wolverines gathered by their bench after the match, surround- ing each other in elation, it became obvious why Michigan swept the pow- erful Buckeyes this…

…, Katrina Lehman shined in a 3-1 Michigan victory over Indiana. She eclipsed former Wolverine Julia Sturm to become Michigan's all-time leader in blocks with 377. The Hoosiers came to Ann Arbor with as much…

… aggressively at the net behind the work of Lehman. The Wolverines forced Indiana into 22 attack errors. Coach Mark Rosen couldn't have been prouder of his team's success. "Last week we had some great prac- tice…

…," Rosen said. "We really grew up a lot this weekend, and I can't wait to see where it takes us." round-robin. Along with the play of their singles competitors, the Wolverines were happy to see that the…

… times of the year everyone will have to take a leadership role," Ritt said. "Obviously, it should come from the upperclass- men, but we'll see who steps up." The Wolverines will resume play on Jan. 10…

… losing to Flori- da's Troy Hahn 6-2, 6-4. Considering it takes seven wins just to reach the main draw, Rubin was the standout for the Wolverines. But Goldberg was satisfied with the outcome of Michigan…

October 07, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 6) • Page Image 15

… weekend, de- feating Eastern Kentucky, 1-0, but dropping its second game to Ohio State, 2-1. Saturday afternoon in Columbus, the 17th-ranked Wolverines com- pletely dominated the Colonels for their fifth…

… Marotti said. "Unfortun- ately, we just couldn't finish our drives. We kept hitting the posts and the back and sides of the net." The Wolverines' lone goal came at the 17:34 mark of the first period from…

…- ble the normal distances, Wolverine coach Jim Richardson's women''s team touched first six times in the event slate, sweeping first through third place in each victory. x Headlining the Wolverine tri…

October 07, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 23) • Page Image 8

… end. Last year, ut defensive-zone assign- the Flower Mound, Texas native led the Wolverines with seven power n't be until a few more games play goals along with total assists year that…

…Berensoncanfinal- (15) and points (28). her what specific areas to But after tallying just one lone -ate his time and energy. assist in the Wolverines' first two ow, in preparation for this games this past weekend…

October 07, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 7) • Page Image 11

… propel her from perpetual bench warmer to one of the Wolverines' top scorers. Growing up in Ann Arbor, Morris began playing field hockey in fourth grade and immediately fell in love with the game. Her…

… direction," Morris said. "The first time I played, I liked it, and I just kept doing it." Morris spent her weekends around Michigan's field hockey teams, serving as a ball girl. Playing for the Wolverines was…

October 07, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 26) • Page Image 9

… There's not much more the Michigan defense can do to keep the Wolverines in games. But the way things are going, it seems like it might have to. The unit, which is currently ranked third in the nation in…

…. After completely dominating time of possession against Notre Dame (37:47 to 22:13), the Wolverines have lost in this area three straight times, putting more pres- sure on the defense to hold up. But Diggs…

October 07, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 25) • Page Image 12

… days before the Blue/White scrimmage. It HOCKEY would be his first chance as a Notebook Wolverine to play in front of the raucous Yost Ice Arena crowd that he had been dreaming of for years. As if the…

… there and know our real chemistry out in a game." Tambellini was part of the opening surge that helped Michigan build a 3-0 lead, and he also assisted on both of the Wolverines' two tallies in a 12-second…

… remaining in the second half to give the Wolverines (2-0 Big Ten, 10-1 overall) their 10th straight victory and ninth straight over the Spar- tans (1-1, 10-2). With the Michigan State defense crowding its…

… back-and-forth first half, the Spartans came out on fire in the second half and controlled the tempo. But the Wolverines' suffocating defense was up to the challenge, as it turned away numerous Michigan…

… received much attention this year for her spectacular ability to score goals, Powers has quietly matched Fronzoni with 10 goals on the season. Powers has notched a tally in seven of the Wolverines' 11 games…

… FELLUAMi-'/aily Michigan's Molly Powers (13) and April Fronzoni (12) celebrate Powers' game-winning goal against No. 5 Michigan State. The 1-0 win was the Wolverines' eighth straight against the Spartans…

October 07, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 26) • Page Image 10

… their linemates. After Michigan's 5-3 win over Mer- cyhurst, if the best of the Wolverines' offense is yet to come, then their future opponents had better be ready for $ an offensive onslaught. Against…

… opportunity. The Wolverines also got to experi- ment with a myriad of units, and Beren- son is quickly getting a feel for which ones he can rely on. "We did have a lot of different com- binations," Berenson…

October 07, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 20) • Page Image 10

… 1984 contest. Detroit Tiger pennant fever again sweeps the state. Michigan is again 3-1 with a new quarterback at the helm. Can those same circumstances lead to another Spartan triumph? Not if Wolverine

… PREP ORGANIZATION Classes are forming now for all the 1988 Spring exams. Call 662-3149 203 E. Hoover continue to grow. Currently, Morris is the Wolverines' third all-time leading rusher behind Rob Lytle…

…- 13. - Michigan has shut out the Spartans in its last two trips to East Lansing by scores of 31-0 in 1985 and 42-0 in 1983. - The Wolverines have posted 49- 0 shutouts in their last two games. They were…

…'s time for celebration, school spirit, and of course MOO U jokes. This weekend our beloved Wolverines head for East Lansing to humiliate the Spartans. Michigan State is in the midst of preparing for the…

October 07, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 29) • Page Image 9

…) worked through the 32-man singles ind met in the finals, with ing by a 6-i, 7-5 tally. Not only was it an all Mic tut the Wolverines' Mark I sophomore, made it to the s lose to teammate Horwitch, Michigan…

Wolverine quarter- back Dennis Franklin, which rendered him "doubtful" to play New Year's ALL 'M' FINAL: Letters dominate tourney ths roach Brian gtters to the La., he had nation. contend for this coming…

… Louisiana. In the doubles competition, Michigan did not fare as well. The Wolverines' Horwitch and Leach, the top-seeded doubles team, was upset in the quarter- finals by Southwest Louisiana's top doubles…

… bring the level of play of the better team down to the lesser team's level." Michigan's Mees and Laser were knocked out of the doubles competition early. The Wolverine netters have won the Big Ten title…

October 07, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 7) • Page Image 8

…," Nelson said at apress conference in Oakland. "Those who miss camp can be set back. That's not always the case, though." In both of his two seasons atMichi- gan, Webber led the Wolverines to the national…

…. With the Midwest Tournament looming on the weekend of Nov. 5, the Wolverines have about two-and- a-half weeks to ready for the playoffs. A *1 DOUGLAS KANTER:Daily Lynda Hart and the Michigan women…

October 07, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 7) • Page Image 14

… year, including the then-No. 2 Lady Lions and then-No. 3 Long Beach State. The Buckeyes have a 22-1 record against the Wolverines under coach Jim Stone, including 13 straight vic- tories overall and 13…

… in a row at St. John's Arena. Michigan's last vic- tory over Ohio State came in 1987, when the Wolverines won five-game match in Ann Arbor. Michigan will need to watch out for lastweek's Big Ten…

October 07, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 7) • Page Image 17

Wolverines in the top five. Boston College, which Michigan defeated in the NCAA ~ttle game last, year, holds the top spot despite receiving fewer first-place votes than Michigan. The U.S. College Hockey…

…'s Wolverines. FILEPO Ryn said. "When I came in, I was more of an offensive-minded defenseman, but I learned how to play the defensive game last year. I would consider myself a two-way player now." The newfound…

October 07, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 7) • Page Image 12

…'s defensive corps, accounting for four of the Wolverines' eight blueliners. As the season gets underway, freshman Mike Van Ryn has the best chance out of the youngsters to make an early impact, according to…

…- tion was any indication, the Wolverines' defense might be somewhat suspect this season, due to the abundance of freshmen. TENNIS Continued from Page 11 for the victory. Paradzik met fellow teammate…

October 07, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 6) • Page Image 13

…--- .sport s imUF Ftio- The 14th-ranked Wolverines have next weekend off before welcoming the Indiana Hoosiers to town for a homecoming battle. Michigan owns a 72-23 record in homecoming games, but has…

… dropped three of the past six. The Wolverines enjoy a six-game winning streak in the series against the Hoosiers dating back to 1987, and Indiana has not won in Michigan Stadium since 1967. The Hoosiers are…

October 07, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 6) • Page Image 16

… fielded a combination of varsity starters with their reserves and stunned the Wolverine green- horns, 4-0. Despite the loss, Smith was not entirely disappointed. "During the first half, we let them walk…

… four Michigan defenders to the center, and shot it past Michigan goal- keeper Knut Pederson. Whenever the Wolverines looked like they were going to score, the Butler defense broke up the rush. "I found…

October 07, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

… of First United Methodist Church, corner of State and Huron. Alpha Phi Omega - Nat'l Coed Service Fraternity, 8 p.m., Wolverine Room, Mich. Union. U-M Asian Student Coalition - 7 p.m., 2439 Mason Hall…

…. U-M Students of Objectivism - 8 p.m., Welker Room, Mich. Union. Furthermore Aetna Life & Casualty - Information session regarding Actuarial positions, 4-6 p.m., Wolverine Rm., Mich. Union. Career…

October 07, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

… yard during Michigan's 33-6 victory over Wisonsin. Wilcher's -67 yards helped the Wolverines roll up 226 yards on the ground while notching their fourth straight win. Blue By PHIL NUSS Wisconsin head…

… than usual, but the win was "We did som , McClain's good enough to put the Wolverines at then again1 ld, falling 33- 4-0, their best start since the 10-2 1978 sistency onc ing the ball Rose Bowl season…

October 07, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 33) • Page Image 6

… game out of reach. The Spartan defense presents alignments which the Wolverines have not seen often. "They're as tough as they were last year," states Elliott. In 1963 State led the Big Ten in total…

… the beginning of the season, is seriously cut with Dick Proebstle still out with a head injury. In Ann Arbor, Elliott hopes to have the Wolverines improve their play execution. He called the of- fense…

October 07, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

… Northwestern students celebrate a 17-16 victory in Evanston, Ill., on Saturday after stunning the Wolverines with 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. has been meeting in closed, secret ses- sions since…

October 07, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

… Accounting Center, Wolverine Lobby.- J. Higgins, Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity - "What Interviewers Really Look For," 4:15 p.m., Hale Auditorium, Assembly Hall Building. H. Horowitz - "Fluoride: Too Much…

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