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February 07, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily I michigandaily.com I February 6,2011 Wolverines comeback, grab fourth Big Ten win By ZAK PYZIK Daily Sports Editor STATE COLLEGE - After the Michi- gan men's basketball team…

Wolverines (4-7 Big Ten, 14-10 overall) finish the season sweep of the Nittany Lions. In the first half, Mor- ris seemed to be the only one able to do anything offensively. But toward the end, Morris was…

February 07, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 70) • Page Image 11

… at Michigan. Is Wednesday February 7, 1996 i g , .a. 11 Big Ten's best shows what Wolverines need to imitate By James Goldstein Daily Sports Writer Only if Michigan women's basket- ball coach…

… Trish Roberts had the tools to do the job. Only if the Wolverines had a pure scorer, a true leader and a player with complete court awareness. Orin other words: only if Michigan had Illinois' Ashley…

February 07, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 73) • Page Image 11

… women's gymnastics team is looking forward to a Valentine's Day showdown with Northern Illi- nois and Louisiana State. This does not mean the Wolverines are look- ing past tomorrow's meet against Illinois…

… - it just means they aren't looking forward to it. Nevertheless, the Wolverines will make the trek to Champaign to face a hapless Illini squad. "We are going to do well," Michigan junior Ali Winski said…

… tallied 36.90 competing in the all-around. Both are expected to perform in the same events to- morrow. While the addition of these two will add depth to the Wolverine lineup, Michigan will look to this…

… season's frosh phenom Beth Wymer to lead the way against Illinois. Wymer has won the all- around in each of the Wolverines four meets this season. After finally getting some gym- nasts healthy, Michigan…

… weekend. The Wolverines will wel- come many of the top teams in the country to Crisler Arena for the Cliff Keen National Team Duals. Thirteen teams will come to Ann Arbor for the team tourna- ment…

… wrestlers. Named after the Wolverines' legendary wrestling coach, the event will begin at 9 a.m., with OSU tak- ing on Augsburg, and West Virginia going against Wisconsin. The re- maining first-round matches…

… kick off at 11 a.m. Michigan will face Oregon, Nebraska will wrestle Northern Montana, and Minnesota will match up with Penn State. Both Iowa and Iowa State received first-round byes. Wolverine coach…

… a very solid team, but we can definitely beat them as long as we just go after it. We can beat them badly." Assuming the Wolverines ad- vance, they will likely face No. 3 Penn State in the second…

…- ously going to have to wreslte great against them, but I think we can beat them." A win against Penn State would propel the Wolverines into the semifinals, which are scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. Sunday…

February 07, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 75) • Page Image 15

… Penn State and Minnesota at Fff Keen Arena Friday night, the Wolverines hopped on a bus to Columbus to face No. 3 Ohio State in newly renovated St. John Arena. Before the meet, many Michigan gymnasts…

…," Vetere said., His virtuoso performances on the parallel bars, rings and pommel horse were not enough to help Michigan defeat the red-hot Buckeyes, as they edged the Wolverines by .05, 229.95 to 229…

February 07, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…/, I1 9/ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Wolverines stagger past W ildcats, 82-81 I r The best laid schemes .. . gang aglee By AL SHACKELFORD Northwestern's domesticated Wildcats might have…

… shuffle amidst Michigan's numerous bumbles. The Wolverines were leading the Wildcats 67-49 with 9:30 left, but came apart at the seams and were outscored 32-15 the rest of the way. Michigan's downhill slide…

… from close in. Sibley put a kink in Michigan's offense by pressuring Dan Fife so that the Wolverine guard had trouble getting the ball to Henry 4 Wilmore, the offensive whirlwind. Dominating play at both…

… that Michigan is getting the traditional "front-runner headache." "The reason we weren't smooth today is the 6-0," commented Orr. In other words, everyone is gunning for the Wolverines and the Wolverines

…. Orr was not pleased at his squad's lack of aggressiveness against Northwestern (Michi- gan was outrbounded 4843) and indicated that the Wolverines were la little too loose before the game. "The players…

… may be the answer to Michigan's third-guard problem. Still, as Orr commented, "any win is a good one." Yester- day's cliffhanger put the Wolverines at 6-0 in the Big Ten and, coupled with Purdue's 85…

…-81 conquest of dangerous Indiana, make them look more and more like the real thing. Every week those dreams of seeing the Wolverines in the NCAA Tournament come March get harder to put down. Hoosiers knock off…

Wolverine center Ken Brady. Michigan seemed to have an easy victory in hand after an ear- ly second half spurt built the Wolverines' lead up to 67-49 with' 9:45 remaining. But then things changed. Orr…

… Brady was playing with four fouls. The Wolverines came back to SUNDAY SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR: AL SHACKELFORD life and held the lead by no fewer than six points until Crandall moved Northwestern to within…

February 07, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 110) • Page Image 7

… significant, except that it represented his lackluster showing, as he gave up three Michigan goals in the opening five minutes of last night's 12-5 Wolverine rout of the Irish. "Their goaltender was not…

….very sharp tonight," remarked Coach John Gior- dano appropriately. McNAMARA'S replacement in the third period had an even tougher time with the Wolverines. At 5:16 of the period, Michigan's John Blum raced…

…, crouched in the goal. 3lum teased the three before flipping it past them into the net. Roger Bourne led the Wolverine at- tack, as he earned Michigan's first hat trick of the season with one goal in each…

… penalties and ,Michigan's aggressiveness set the tone from the start as the Wolverines came out knocking the Irish off the puck in the own end, setting up three unanswered goals. The Irish spent half of the…

… first period in the penalty box while Michigan spent the other half shooting pucks into the Notre Dame net. Four Irish penalties and an un- believable first period performance by *the Wolverines gave…

… Michigan a 5-1 By SCOTT M. LEWIS He's neither flashy nor particularly quick. He can't shoot on the fiun, or so it is believed. In last-second situations, however, there is no one the Michigan Wolverines

… fourth occasion in his college career-that he has made a game- winning shot. To a man, the Wolverines now look for. Bodnar in the clutch, a situation which he has long relished. He thrives on the pressure…

…, Bodnar was one of three Wolverines designated to take the decisive shot. Thad Garner was supposed to set a screen for McGee, who would then spring loose in lead at the end of the stanza. Goals by Bourne…

… seven seconds later, the Wolverines had their second goal. Mars flipped it past McNamara during the two-man advan- tage. Notre Dame ripped off three unan- swered scores, two of which were powerplay goals…

February 07, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 63) • Page Image 7

… 50 of the Wolverines' 51 wins last season. Freshman pitcher Megan Betsa - a two- time Georgia State Player and Pitcher of the Year in high school - will add an extra layer of depth to the already well…

… throws with five seconds left to push the Wolverines past the Wildcats. Thompson's five treys tank Wildcats on road Michigan coach Carol Hutchins aims to get Michigan back to the College World Series…

February 07, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 70) • Page Image 11

…'ve wrestled all VS. Indiana and year. We want that Purdue to continue." When Tonight Head to head tomorrow against the Bloomitnton Hoosiers, the and West Wolverines match up well, according ' Bahr. Indiana has…

… matches. I'm more afraid of Purdue than Indiana." Close wins and wins in the lower weight classes, once burdens for the Wolverines, have been the key contribu- tors to Michigan's recent success. "This…

February 07, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 76) • Page Image 9

… times this season, the Wolverines have entered the third period with a shutout. Only twice have they kept it. A team with as many great players as Michigan shouldn't have this problem. Michigan State…

… put a goal in the net. After all, four of the six times that the Wolverines have carried a shutout into the third stanza this season, their oppo- nents have found a way to at least chip into their lead…

… half. Despite being excluded from the starting lineup and was hampered by the shorter, but bulkier, Dials, he shot 6-for-9 and scored 15 points. He was the only Wolverine to score in double digits. Still…

… supposed to per- form an exhibition floor routine against UCLA - found out a couple of hours before the meet that she would actually be were good enough to give the Wolverines the victory, 196…

…." The Wolverines exploded out of the gates on vault - finishing the event with almost a full point lead over the Bruins. They posted three scores of 9.900 or better, combining for their highest team vault…

February 07, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 74) • Page Image 15

…- dence and control turned into a men- tal nightmare for the Michigan men's volleyball team at the Collegiate Clas- Vic Tournament Saturday at the fCRB. The Wolverines finished 5-3 in pool play, making…

… against Big en nemesis Michigan State in the first round of the playoffs. The Spar- tans took a quick 9-5 lead in the first game, but the Wolverines quickly grased the deficit. Led by outside hit- ter Chad…

… 400 IM were good enough to IF YOU WANT TO GET FROM STUDENT PARKING I break pool marks. Other Wolverine victories in- cluded VanTassell in the 200 freestyle, Borges in the 50 freestyle, Wouda in…

…-round loss to Mississippi State's Laurent Orsini. After nearly winning the first set, the Wolverine star aggravated a groin pull suffered in his first round vic- tory. He retired during the second set, behind…

… my game," Brakus said. "I couldn't serve and volley at all, I couldn't move at all. I still almost won the first set." The Wolverines' No. 1 player hopes to be ready for Michigan's next match, February…

February 07, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 74) • Page Image 13

… added, "I was disappointed The Wolverines, (3-15 overall, 0- The duo scored the Illini's first 21 in the way I played. I don't think I 9 Big Ten), in a battle of the cellar points. handled the ball very…

…- Wolverines away for good. (7-11, 2-7). thing different in the game than we Silver Shellman led Michigan with In the process, Michigan extended told our kids. We just didn't box out. 15 points. Catherine Di…

… the offensive boards. The Forwards: Shimmy Gray, Silver Shellman. Gray is the most vocal Wolverine on the court and the captain often carries the Wolverines offen- sively. Although occasionally forcing…

… been a corner- stone to the team, and if some of that can rub off on Shellman, the Wolverines would have a standout tandem here. Again, the defense needs to get meaner - right now, if you set a pick on…

… on its roster, the Wolverines couldn't keep up. "I knew it would be a tough game," Illinois coach Kathy Lindsey said. "We basically have *even scholarship players playing right now too, even though we…

February 07, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 88) • Page Image 12

… for the Wolverines, including 4-5 from beyond the 3-point arc against Penn State. Shooters cthfire a S By CHANTEL JENNINGS Daily Sports Editor STATE COLLEGE - Junior guard Zack Novak stood in the…

… for the game, 56 percent in the second half. "I guess that's probably really good," he said with a laugh. The Wolverines (4-7 Big Ten, 14-10 overall) bested the Nittany Lions from long range by 11 per…

February 07, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 75) • Page Image 12

… championships and Illinois- Chicago was still one season away from cutting its hockey program. That date was the last time the Wolverines lost a game when leading after two periods. But on Saturday night at Yost…

… Ice Arena, Michigan's streak of 123 consec- utive victories when leading after two periods was broken by Ferris State. In the game, the Wolverines jumped out to an early 2-0 lead behind power play goals…

February 07, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 75) • Page Image 13

Wolverines will weather their brutal Big Ten schedule without headband-toting shoot- ing guard; and leading scorer; Jamal Crawford sOhio tte 5 7Michigan 88 67 Player of the game Ohio State guard Michael…

… Crawford's patented headband when he took the court yesterday against Ohio State. It was a sure sign that the Wolverines (3-5 fOTen, 12-7 overall) are trying to adjust to life without Crawford - Michigan…

February 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 87) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1958 'M' Matmen Face Swim Trio Lost Rough Weekend By Ineligibility By AL JONES It's showdown time for the Michigan wrestling team. The Wolverine grapplers…

… stronger than Purdue and Northwestern, the teams that the Wolverines trampled last Fri- day and Saturday to begin their present win streak. Previous to that time Keen's squad had been winless in dual…

… last week by Iowa, 16-9. The last time that the Gophers and Wolverines met was in last spring's Conference meet, when Minnesota edged past Michigan, 55-54, to gain the title. Since that time both squads…

… third with a 3.6 mark. gan since it beat Michigan State games with Minnesota are Min- Wolverine coach Al Renfrew has January 15 at the Coliseum. neapolis will decide whether the nothing but praise for Mc…

…Cartan Renfrew will have to' receive Wolverines or the Gophers are still who he described as "the best good performances from his first in the race for a WIHL playoff goalie in the league and practically line of…

February 07, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 106) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-Sunday, February 7, 1982-The Michigan Daily Garner sparks 'M' win (Continued from Page 1)' Yet the Wolverines might not have been able to beat anybody yesterday without senior forward Thad…

…- fortable all the times I was at the line." Michigan both outshot (56 to 43 per- cent) and outre6ounded (31 to 20) the Illini, who had defeated the Wolverines, '79-61, just one week earlier in Cham- paign…

…. Illinois' two 6-10 frontcourt bookends, Griffin and Bryan Leonard, finally got on track as they combined for eight straight points to chop the Wolverine lead down to five, 35-30. Crisler Arena then turned…

… an excellent game (four of five from the flobr and five of six from the line for 13 points) converted a one-and-one with 19 seconds left in the contest to seal the Wolverine victory. "It's the second…

February 07, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 73) • Page Image 10

… Falcons' misfortune has dropped them (4-15-4 CCHA, 5-15- 5 overall) into an eighth-place tie with Ohio State in the CCHA. While the second-place Wolverines (14-4-3, 20-4-3) will have every statistical…

…, and Berenson knows it. "When I first came into the league I thought they had the great- together at the right time." However, for this weekend the Wolverines will have to contend with BG's high…

…. "But it's a good change of pace for us." Wolverine Michael Talley handles the ball during Wednesday's victory over Northwestern. Michigan will attempt to handle Notre Dame Sunday in South Bend. Women…

…, tonight's matchup might prove to be some- what different for the Wolverines. Then again, Michigan State is no or- dinary opponent. In a battle for state bragging rights, Michigan ventures to East Lansing…

… looking for the spark which might ignite the Wolverines' dor- mant offensive engine. "I hope (the rivalry) has a great. effect on us," Michigan coach Bud VaxiDeWege said. "We need some inspiration and a…

… reason to get pas- sionate and excited and (the rivalry) will help us. I hope it has a big im- pact on us because we need a boost." The Wolverines (1-7 in the Big Ten, 5-12 overall), who are off to their…

… Ferguson and Mayo, VanDeWege feels the Wolverines must concen- trate on their own play. "We've got to make sure that we do some things well and make sure we keep them on the run a little bit," VanDeWege said…

February 07, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 91) • Page Image 9

… MO'S SECOND CLASS RANKS AMONG WOLVERINES' BEST EVER 'M' lands natio by Adam Lutz Sitting confidently in his new recruiting office, Gary Moeller acted as if it was just another day at the office. "I…

… editor, is unsure whom he would rate No. 1, claiming, "It's a complete toss-up. They both have great, well rounded classes." One publication to place the Wolverines second, The National, feels that Penn…

February 07, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 106) • Page Image 8

… big load down the road? Now four years later, his steady play and leadership have proven invaluable to the young Wolverines, in par- ticular during this season which has seen the team struggle due to…

… youth, injuries, and lack of depth. "He's been like night and day," said Michigan head coach John -Giordano of his high-scoring senior's development. McCauley has carried the 9-14-1 Wolverines through…

… State last month during a 3-1 Wolverine loss. In a season which has seen the Blue icers ravaged by injuries, McCauley has been a steadying influence. TONIGHT 8 P.M. A Reading by HENRY BEAN BENZINGER…

February 07, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 64) • Page Image 7

… third-ranked Wolverines needed some momentum. Down by five points midway through the second stanza in Tuesday's primetime matchup against Ohio State, the junior guard went on a run of his own. Hardaway…

… the Wolverines' favor, and Mich- igan coach John Beilein said after the game that Hardaway was "terrific." Penalty kill polished By MATT SLOVIN becomes tentative, avoiding a big Managing…

February 07, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 76) • Page Image 12

… was the 50th of his career. Nystrom took seven shots on net and made three blocks in the series. PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 6 FRIDAY'S GAME Michigan State Spartans Miller (2) Michigan Wolverines Henderson…

…, Tambellini SATURDAY'S GAME Michigan Wolverines Nystrom Vicari steals two points from M By Jake Rosenwasser Daily Sports Writer DETROIT - Dominic Vicari's favorite movie is "Rudy," which 1 S Michigan…

… Ice Arena, but neither was the most famous goalie in the building. Marty Turco - the netminder for both the 1996 and 1998 national championship Wolverine squads - was in attendance to witness the latest…

… weekend. Despite two ties in the series against the Spartans, the Wolverines shut down all six Michigan State SPARTANS Continued from page 1B found the back of three jerseys - two Michi- gan State and one…

Wolverine - in front of him. The puck kicked around in the three players skates less than a foot in front of the Michigan netminder. In a move reminiscent of table hockey, Spartan forward Ash Goldie swung…

February 07, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 74) • Page Image 14

…6- The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, February 7, 1994 Wolverines receive commitment from British Columbia junior star *I By MICHAEL ROSENBERG and JAESON ROSENFELD DAILY HOCKEY WRITERS…

… Filling the skates of graduating cen- ter and leading assist man Brian Wiseman will be no easy chore. And while the Wolverines probably don't expect one player to take Wiseman's spot, they received a verbal…

… col- lege hockey program in the nation. The Wolverines had won arecordsixNCAA titles and would soon add a seventh. Berenson had just scored 43 goals in a season, more than any Wolverine be- fore or…

… since. When Berenson returned to Michigan in 1984, the picture was not nearly as rosy. The Wolverines had only made one Final Four ap- pearance in two decades, and they were in the lower echelon of the…

… an NFL coach, he said it would be nice if it happened Berenson in a year in which his team, the Mi- ami Dolphins, accomplished some- thing important. It has been that kind of year for the Wolverines

… nation. It took nine years, but the Wolverines appear to have made it back to the _ 1 MICHIGAN 2, FERRIS STATE 1 Ferris State 0 1 0-0 Michigan 0 2 0-2 First Period - None. Penalties - Frescoln, UM…

…. "The main thing is we got our offense go- ing again." JONATHAN LURIE/Daily David Oliver and the Wolverines moved to within one point of clinching the CCHA title with Saturday's 2-1 defeat of Ferris…

February 07, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 91) • Page Image 9

… IN WEEKEND SERIES lcers look to be By RICK KAPLAN Incentive may be hard to come by for the hockey team in this weekend's home series against Lake Superior State College. The Wolverines clinched a…

… of Michigan, Ferris State and Illinois-Chicago, both beat the Wolverines three out of four games. "We want some momentum so we can not just make the playoffs, but make our mark in them,"~ Berensonsaid…

…, Inc *SUPER SPECIAL WINTER SAVINGS!* AT *X All Men's and Women's * Winter Coats ............. Up to50 Of . -X- All Leather Insulated Boots by Timberland; Herman Survivors, Wolverine, Sheboygan, * Rockey…

February 07, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 71) • Page Image 3

…!. AYr;EBR., RY x, r .. THEMICHIG~AN IAIL'Y PAGE THREE MSC ilulays ttract Op Mid- est Thirty-Four Wolverines Meet OSU, Notre Dame, Eleven Other Schools ,E Swim Team Meets Wayne In Warm…

…, which haye returned to their pre-war importance as one of the outstanding track meets in the Mid- west each year. 34 Wolverines To Run The 34 men to run for the Maize and Blue will compete against the 33…

… should continue the improvement shown so far this year. CLIFF KEEN - Wolverine mat mentor is now the acting head of the NCAA wrestling tournaments. ENCORE, IF YOU PLEASE: Doherty Endorses Annual Michigan…

… relay carnival might become an annual event on the Wolverine track schedule. There are no Michigan Relays slated, for this indoor season, despite the success of last year's meet, which saw the Wolverines

February 07, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 92) • Page Image 8

… various other shrines dedicated to the Wolverines' accomplishments over the years. Pictures of Kevin Porter and Chad Kolarik have hung proudly all season, and now Mark Mitera has taken his place as the most…

…, Mitera flew under the radar for the first half of the season, compiling some of the best defen- sive stats in the country. The Wolverines' opponents tal- lied just one even-strength goal when Mitera was on…

February 07, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 106) • Page Image 7

… Giordano. The Wolverines took the face-off and managed to get three shots on goal in only 15 seconds. Junior, center Ted Speers scored the winning goal when he made good a rebound off of a Dave Richter shot…

… the season opener at Houghton where the Wolverines won, 3- 2, 3-0. Prior to this season, the Blue icers had not swept the Huskes since 1956. WOLVERINE freshman goalie Jon Elliott had an impressive game…

Wolverine net from left face off cir- cle. Prior to that goal, the Wolverines had led the game-since the first period. The Wolverines were the first to light up the scoreboard when Dennis May notched his 10th…

February 07, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 76) • Page Image 10

Wolverines were denied a spot in the National Championship by Michigan State, losing by one goal in the qualifying round. But the team had every reason to be confident about its chances of taking home a…

… fate would have it, Michi- gan State was the only team that stood in Michigan's way of a trip to Texas. But this time, the Wolverines reigned supreme. Michigan arrived at Nationals with a high level of…

… score of 7.7. Corrigan was the only. Wolverine to advance to the event finals, making the cut by scoring an 8.73 on the event a day earlier. "Corrigan needed to be at his best here," Golder said. "He was…

… into effect after the start of the NCAA season, it's not followed in collegiate competi- tions. But Golder was also quick to acknowledge that the Wolverines have performed much better and have to learn…

… the very best. This weekend, none of our guys were at their best." Many top gymnasts throughout the country and worldwide came to the event. Some notable competitors that the Wolverines faced were for…

February 07, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 108) • Page Image 9

… the strongest collegiate * hockey power in the state of Michigan. Last season the Wolverines were home to defend a ten game win streak when they met the Huskies who were also in the thick of the…

… championship race. Then the Huskies'did what few teams have been able to do and swept the series on Coleseum ice, knocking Michigan out of the race for the top spot in the WCHA. This season the Wolverines go…

Wolverine mentor Al Renfrew wasn't over- ly optimistic about the chances of such a' sweep, noting, "it's tough to talk about a sweep in Hough- ton, Tech is rough any time but they are especially murderous on…

… ! home ice," fNevertheless, the Wolverines are coming off of what was probably their finest performance of t h e season, last Saturday's 5-0 white- washing of Minnesota, and Ren- frew is hoping that the…

… very encouraging aspects for the offense. In last week's series the Wolverine scor- ing attack was more balanced than in any series this season. The eight goals tallied by Wol- verines were countered by…

February 07, 1957 • Page Image 17

… launthing site at Fre, r ISTORY recoids little of note on the Gre Lakes the Wolverine Canada's lukewain senforcement Pennsylvania. The Navy little ex- on the success of her immedi- was able to operate free of…

… the federate raids, thwarting trans- Renamed the Wolverine in 1905 State of Michigan's intimate as- step-by + ep criticism of tuture coming presidential election, Presi- portation of arms from Canada to…

February 07, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 63) • Page Image 8

… program, Penn State hasn't managed a conference win, but will aim to take advantage of two sold- out crowds againstcthe Wolverines. The Daily caught up with Daily Collegian sophomore hockey beat writer…

… their rosters. If Penn State can shut down Copp and Compher, they need to not forget about the rest of the Wolverines. Does Penn State have the goaltending to bail out its defense or special teams? If you…

February 07, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 74) • Page Image 12

… beating Michigan State on the offensive end, Michigan outrebounded the Spartans by a margin of 16. The Wolverines had 38 total boards, and State had 22. The Spartans, who had outrebounded 18 of their 21…

… consecutive contest in which the Wolverines outrebounded the opposition. Michigan is 13-0 this season when that happens. MAK IN ACTION: At the last contest between Michigan and Michigan State, Makhtar Ndiaye…

…'S MOVIN' ON UP: With the victory over Michigan State, Wolverine coach Steve Fisher catapulted past Dave Strack (1960-68) to move into third place on the all-time Michigan win list. Fisher owns a 114…

…-Jean started for Michigan due to the suspensions of starters Jimmy King and Ray Jackson. MICHELLE GUY/Daily Juwan Howard goes up for two against Michigan State's Jamie Feick during Saturday's 59-51 Wolverine

… win. Howard had a game-high 18 points. HERRINGTON Continued from page 3 seems that Michigan has finally gained the upper hand. Yet instead of holding that hand up high in victory, the Wolverines have…

… obviously put Michigan at a disadvantage, what happened at Dairy Mart cannot be ignored simply because the Wolverines are playing Indiana in a major Big Ten battle. Fisher must stand behind a principle and…

… free throw, putting Michigan up by eight, 36-28. With these sustained efforts, the Wolverines find themselves tied for the Big Ten lead with No. 14 Indiana. The two teams will meet tomorrow at Crisler…

February 07, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 89) • Page Image 7

…THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1957 THE MICHiGAN DAILY PAGE SEVE?.I Hopes Rise for Cage, Hocey Squads Wolverines Among Best In Big Ten By JIM…

… Michigan was losing to Minnesota, Purdue up- set Illinois. Then the Wolverines waltzed over Purdue, while down in Champaign, Illinois was hand- ing Ohio State its second loss. F Tied for Third When one blows…

February 07, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 73) • Page Image 12

…. Ohio State and Iowa round out the top five. The Wolverines could only muster a ninth place finish in the meet's first event, the 200 yard freestyle relay. Minnesota's team took the race in a time of 1…

… fourth place for the Wolverines. Van Tassell was two seconds back of Iowa's Artur Woj- dat, who set a pool record of 4:19.99. Also in the race, Michigan captain Eric Bailey was seventh, while teammate…

… was much more diffi- cult than Kass would have pre- ferred, but nevertheless, it brought him one step closer to winning a Collegiate Grand Slam Tournament. As the No. 2 seed, the Wolverine junior needed…

February 07, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 107) • Page Image 7

… discussing the reasons for the disappointing showing of Michigan's basketball team in Big 10 play this season. That the Wolverines miss Campy Russell's 23 points and 11 rebounds per game is obvious-that they…

… distance. Each time, costly Wolverine miscues choked off their rally. In fact, Michigan's only come-from- behind road win all season was the double overtime victory at Illinois when Grote, Johnson and John…

… only partially true. The Wolverines won because their three inexperienced players in the lineup during the overtimes looked to Kupec and Britt for leadership. And both responded magnificently. For a…

… shot, the Wol- verine attack probably would have failed to produce in both situations. If the Wolverines are to make a serious run for a post-season tournament berth, someone must emerge in a leadership…

… by Minnesota's Mike Thompson. Grote, second-team all-Big Ten last year, has just been benched by Wolverine Coach Johnny Orr. Orr cited defensive problems for the demotion (see story in Sports of the…

… College to-I night and tomorrow.1 Colorado's Tigers are current-, ly in fifth place, four pointst ahead of the Wolverines. If Michigan has hopes of over- taking Colorado and finishing inG the top four…

… playoff berths, they must do well this weekend. t "That's right," explained Coach Dan Farrell, "We're still in the running but we must sweep Colorado this weekend. We have to."' The Wolverines swept Colo…

… revenge motive, the series isn't as crucial to the Tigers as it is to the Wolverines. Sauer stated, "We consider it an important series but after we play Michigan, we play Notre Dame, Duluth and Den- ver…

…, South Quad, Smitty Lounge Michigan has collected five " REFRESHMENTS AT ALL EVENTS splits in a row, three of them sponsored by Eastwind on the road. The Wolverines Michiqan Union 4139 have yet to win a…

… takes place, in which all entrants must perform like routines. Saturday, the optionals are held, when each tumbler performs his own individual routine. The Wolverines, coming off an impressive victory…

February 07, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

…TurJsr,, Y, FPRI MflV 7:1929 THE MICHIGAN DAILY VI Ot _ Mkhigan Teams Score Two Victories' SPEAKERWILL PLAY Wrestlers Score Wolverine Hockey L A. C. TANK SQUAD Decisive Victory Team Drops Three W…

…. MICHIGAN FENCING TEAM LOSES TO DETROIT CLUB Inaugurating fencing as a Varsity sport the Wolverine foilsmen lost their first match of the season to the Detroit Fencing club last Saturday, 62-40. Pettibone won…

… the next' weight, so Coach score was 2 to 1 the Wolverines get- The 200-yard relay was one of the Keen pitted him against the best of ting their point in the first 10 min- features of the meet. Michigan…

… held the 175 pounders.- Warren won, and utes of play. The game was ragged- the lead until the last lap, when Weis- though outweighed badly has been ly played and the Wolverines are muller sprinted to…

February 07, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 90) • Page Image 7

… at 0-0, first after its 0-2 Big Ten start and again on Sunday following the first half of the conference season. Last night at Crisler Arena, Iowa sent the Wolverines (2-7 Big Ten, 11-9 over- all) to…

… driv- ing layup by sophomore Tabitha Pool. But this was as close as the Wolverines would get, as turnovers and fouls killed them down the stretch. "The foul trouble got us out of (the game)," Guevara…

…, becoming just the second player to receive such a distinction besides Cazzie Russell. CRISLER A Who: Michigani Ten, 13-8 0vera Iowa (4-3, 12-6 Whens: Noon Latest:Michigan former Wolverine rent Houston Roc…

… doubt that the rigor- (6-2 Big ous schedule was starting ill) vs. to take its toll on the Wolverines, as they col- will retire lected minor injuries like Sand cur- it was a hobby. ckets Amaker gave his…

… December. The question is whether the Wolverines can get any- thing by Northern Michigan goalie Craig Kowalski. The Wildcats' netminder held Michigan to just three goals on the weekend in Marquette, as his…

… teammates scored a two-day total of nine. like reflexes pi And it wasn't as if Michigan didn't get its chances. Numerous times the Wolverines had Kowalski out of position, and numerous times they shot the…

… weekend is increased tenfold because Michigan is still four points back of first-place Ferris State. The Bulldogs have played two more games than Michigan, though, so if the Wolverines win their next six…

… games, they will tie Ferris State - assuming it goes undefeated in its next four games. Since the Bulldogs have Feb. 21-22 off and Michigan plays Nebraska-Omaha that weekend, the Wolverines could…

… theoretically use the two wins over the Mavericks to make up the point differential. Tomjanovich led the Wolverines in scoring and rebounding all three years he played at Crisler (1967-70), and currently ranks…

… straight home victory for the first time since 1991. The Wolverines are 10-2 at home this season and have won all four of their Big Ten games in Crisler. Michigan couldn't be happier that it is playing at…

February 07, 1970 (vol. 80, iss. 107) • Page Image 7

… swim team in the country by Swimming World as they crushed the Wolverines 91-32. The depth on the Hoosier's squad was so great that the Wolverines were hard-pressed to salvage three second places' in the…

… nine individual swimming events. Michigan swim .. coach Gus Stager was somewhat disappointed with the re- sults, "I can't complain about some of the guys who swam '.,- Wolverines pin down victory…

Wolverine Juan Bello in the 200-yard free, IdallY sports NIGHT EDITOR: JOE MARKER despite Bello's fastest time of the season. I The only Wolverine win of the night came with Bruce McMana- man's victory in…

… the lower weights and a win at 177. Tom Littleton started things rolling for the Wolverine grap- plers by pinning Warren Out- law midway in the second pe- riod.. Littleton was quite nervous at the start…

… of the match, but seemed to loosen up after Out- law took him down in the first period. The Wolverine soph- omore quickly escaped, and the first period ended with Little- ton trailing 2-1. Littleton…

… Rapids' Jesse Griffin by Special To The Daily DULUTH -- Murray Keogan tallied his second goal of the game at 5:39 of overtime to give Minnesota-Duluth a 6-5 victory over the Wolverine Iders last night…

February 07, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 91) • Page Image 10

…Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 7, 1986 woee0 Wolverines 4 (Continued from Page 1) ter scored 16 points to lead the Wolverines, hitting seven of seven field goals. Garde Thompson…

… forward Todd Mitchell's fifth straight free throw put Purdue up 61-59 with ten minutes left. THE WOLVERINES went on a 10-2 run in the next ten minutes. Thom- pson ended a three-and-a-half minute drought…

… Michigan a four point lead at 39-35. Purdue cut the Wolverine's lead to two before the half ended. The Boilermakers actually outrebounded Michigan, 10-6, in the first half, and caused 10 turnovers, five by…

… Ten season. "They're just a few points and a few seconds away from first place," said Michigan head coach Bill Frieder, whose Wolverines face the Fighting Illini in Urbana-Champaign tomorrow at 1 p…

February 07, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 101) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN Wolverine Icers Take Break in 1ho*10 Bernard Keeps Up Past Cagers Face Rough Road Slate . By DICK REYNOLDS Michigan's rampaging…

… hockey team will take a break from its quest for the WCHA title this weekend when ithmeets Ohiof University and Ohio State on the road.1 The Wolverines, currently the1 top scoring collegiate team in th…

… the beginning stages of developing an intercollegiate hock- ey program. In six WCHA games this sea- son, the Wolverines have served notice to its foes that it has! plenty of offensive punch, even…

…, sophomore forwards Mel Wakabayashi and Wilf Martin picked up the slack. Butler's in- jury has since healed. Wakabayashi fired home three goals for a hat trick and Martin' added a pair as the Wolverines routed…

… in league play on three goals and 11 assists. Not to be overlooked in the Wolverines fine 12-2 season's rec- ord is the goaltending, of Bob Gray. In 12 games, the senior from Owen Sound, Ont., has…

… it is as hard to win an away game as it was in the first half of the season. In the first 29 conference games, visiting teams were only victorious in five contests. The Wolverines won two of these away…

… games (Purdue and Michigan State) while dropping an encounter to Ohio State last Monday night in Columbus. Four of the Wolverines' last seven conference games will be on foreign courts. Starting with this…

… throws. Michigan has a .780 average which tops all other conference teams. Ohio State is next in line with a .745 average. Leading this Wolverine offen- sive attack are Cazzie Russell and Bill Buntin…

February 07, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 76) • Page Image 14

… Keen Arena was supposed to be a watershed moment in the race for the regular sea- son Big Ten wrestling crown, but instead it ended in a 17-17 tie. Wolverine Ryan Bertin defeated rival Alex Tirapelle, 3…

…, again, have won nate that it had to end in a tie. Both teams wrestled hard the meet for the Wolverines. today and it's just too bad there wasn't a winner." Strong showing for a 'M'on West Coast EUGENL…

… UUOISUN/Uaily Michigan senior captain Ryan Bertin defeated his rival yesterday, helping the No. 5 Wolverines to tie No. 2 Illinois at Cliff Keen Arena and leaving the two teams tied atop the Big Ten…

… Wol- verines posted six NCAA qualifying times - five provisional marks and one automatic - at the Meyo Invitational this weekend. The annual event pitted the Wolverines against some of the top teams in…

… another second if he wants to guarantee himself a chance to defend his title as two-time NCAA champion in the indoor event. The Wolverines combined four of their top runners on Friday to qualify…

… previous personal record. By Kevin Anderson For the Daily In his own words, Michigan water polo coach Matt Anderson was "extremely, extremely unhappy" with his team, fol- lowing the Wolverines' 4-3 loss to…

… SErt. 14,1998, TF WAS MCNABB'S SYRACUSE ORANGE- MEN THAT WHIPPED THE BRADY-LED WOLVERINES 38-28. HEE's E DAIYs COVERAGE OF THE GAME"I in Clocked by Oran e: Record- crowd witnesses t rashing By Mark…

…'s assessment of his team and the Orangemen centered around Heisman Trophy candidate McNabb and his uncanny ability to avoid the Wolverines. Never was that elusiveness more evident than in the first quarter…

February 07, 1955 • Page Image 22

… world late last night when he announced that the Wolverines had signed their first American icer of all time. x He is Amos Basoon, a 39 year old grad student who played on an industrial team for many…

…. Daily Sports Editor Dave Dyingstone, reached at his Van Wart, Ohio, home said "So what?" AMOS BASSON (second from left) bursts happily upon the Mi Daily Associate sports editors Wolverine American…

February 07, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 91) • Page Image 8

…'s Space Mountain-like season started with an outstanding per- formance in the Maui Classic, which the Wolverines won. The high caliber of teams seemed to bring out the best in Taylor as he recorded career…

… improvement as the Wolverines placed third overall at the Lady Buckeye meet in Columbus, Ohio last Saturday. "Our goal was to win that meet," Michigan coach James Henry said. "We had some opportunities to win…

February 07, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 91) • Page Image 9

… group that has had no problem playing top cat in the Big Ten. After traveling six hours to Bloomington, Indiana last weekend, the Wolverines jumped straight off the team bus and into Royer Pool. They left…

… with a decisive 100-40 victory and a new club record of thirty dual meet victories in a row. The Wolverines didn't feel the pressure to win in part because they didn't know they were swimming to break…

February 07, 1980 (vol. 90, iss. 105) • Page Image 7

… close to its finest for the 2,000 fans that showed up at Yost Arena. The Polish skaters are smaller but decidedly quicker than the Wolverines and they skated, passed, shot and literally waltzed their way…

… same team," said Wolverine coach Dan Farrell, who saw the Bowling Green game. "I guess they must have been suffering from jet lag. They displayed some skills that didn't show in last night's game: They…

…. Bogdan Dziubikski followed that up by slapping a perfect centering pass in the time it takes to blink an eye into the upper corner. THE WOLVERINES looked like they might.be able to get back in the game…

…. when Stefan Chowaniec was whistled off for hooking at 5:40 of the opening period. But the Polish seemingly used that as an excuse for more room with which to pass the Wolverines crazy. Andrzej Zabawa…

… Kellogg, recruit shake hands and exchange playing greetings before the faltering Wolverin Wolverines (with three losses in a of the san row) do battle with OSU. Kellogg going to i scores 14. The Buckeyes…

… East Coach Brian Eisner will lead his 15th- ranked Wolverines into battle against the highly-regarded Golden Bears of California-Berkeley today at noon in the Michelob Lite Tennis Classic in Princeton…

Wolverine wins over Wisconsin and Northwestern - something he probably would not have been able to accomplish in the talent-laden, but slumping, Buckeye starting five. James had been suffering early in the…

February 07, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

… Waschek with just seconds left on the clock to give him a 7-3 decision, and lead the Wolverines to their biggest triumph of the season. The meet was the second in the toughest weekend of wrestling of the…

… Hubbard eas- ily, scoring four points in t h e second period, and John Evashev- ski gave Huizenga all he could handle, with the Wolverine fresh- man relying on two points for rid- ing time to gain the draw…

Wolverines a 9-3 lead going into! Hubbard's match at 150. After Sanderson defeated Hub- bard, Tom Quinn of Michigan! widened the lead again by squeak- ing out a 2-1 decision over Todd! Rhoads in one of the…

… 7-2 decision. tumble over Minnesota Special To The Daily MINNEAPOLIS-The Wolverine gymnasts hit their season's peak here yesterday, adding Minnesota to their long list of victims by 164.05 to 159…

….55. The victory gave the Wolverines their fifth straight dual-meet crown this year and ex- tended their dual-meet streak over the last three seasons to a phe- nomenal 37. It was the first time this sea- son…

February 07, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 70) • Page Image 10

… Cameroon and Thailand. MATT SINGER Spitting Ice T REVOR CA MPBE LL/Daily The Wolverines hope senior Noah Ruden can build on his career high of 39 saves as they get set to face the Broncos. Brg battle on…

… Noah Ruden will be key to the Wolverines' success. Berenson announced that he will start the Bloomfield Hills native in goal. Ruden is coming off a solid performance against Ohio State on Saturday night…

February 07, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

… line last night, pulling out a 80-79 basketball squeaker that left Purdue coach Gene Keady crying foul and fouls left un- called. The Wolverines missed five of six free throws in one late stretch, four…

… tipped slightly toward the Wolverines, as Purdue edged Michigan in the foul-o-rama, 30-22. Three Purdue players fouled out, but the Wolverines gave the Boiler- makers a few chances to overturn all the…

February 07, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 89) • Page Image 20

… Navy little ex- pected her guns would be so still when it built her in 1844 to answer Great. Britain's increased arma- ment on the Great Lakes. Renamed the Wolverine in 1905 when a new Michigan was…

… received a short rebirth in the form of a lake excursion steamer. The new Wolverine, like her dying ancestor, contributed signi- ficantlytora new segment of the Navy's development: naval avia- tion. As the…

February 07, 1928 (vol. 38, iss. 93) • Page Image 8

… vaut' And Hulirdle Evenits RELAY TEAM TO COMPETE Six members of the Wolverine track team will open the 1928 indoor , season Friday night at Chicago by I' .:............ ........., cotmpeting in the…

…. Of this number, La-.- mont is the only man who hads won ' his Varsity letter in track, although l the others were members of theI Wolverine squad last ~season. Mon- roe captained the cross country team…

…- thantwo inuts.uated last week The Wolverines should be in con- Iw cr~ i )itmri dition for the opening event of theI over Illinois while Indiana reaped a season, although regular practice 44 to 29 victory…

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