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April 07, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 109) • Page Image 11

…-to-back 14th-place finishes are not what Michigan women's golf coach Sue LeClair had envisioned when the Wolverines kicked off their spring season one week ago. However, that is just what LeClair has 'seen as…

… Michigan fol- lowed up its last place finish at South Carolina by finishing 14th in o the 16-team Indiana Women's Invitational Sunday. The Wolverines (353-350-348- 1051) outdistanced Bowling Green (1057) and…

…-2 career record against the Bulldogs and a 60-20-1 mark against the Titans. On top of that, Wolverine coach Bill Freehan has not lost to either team in his previous two seasons. HOME SWEET HOME: For a while…

…, it seemed as if the Wolverines would never get a chance to play in the friendly confines of Fisher Stadium. After 19 straight road games, Michigan's scheduled home opener against Saginaw Valley was…

… canceled because of snow. But a 'M' baseball looks for .500 week later, the weather cooperated and the Wolverines responded with a pair of victories over Eastern Michigan and Toledo. Michigan now has time…

April 07, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 129) • Page Image 9

… young Wolverines should have been happy to win against Boston College was the key to start- just keep up with the Eagles. ing the season fast. If the Wolverines had given Instead, Michigan opened up a 3…

Wolverines' winning machine the season, Michigan had its first real CCHA test had a newsworthy performance. Captain Kevin during the Notre Dame series on Jan. 18-19. With Porter came through with the game…

April 07, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 108) • Page Image 12

… Former Wolverine to win award Ex-Michigan basketball player Diane Dietz will receive the Gerald R. Ford Award at Tuesday's Athletic Achievement banquet. The award is presented annually by the…

… Michigan Athletic Department for excellence in scholarship, sport and society. Dietz was a four-year starter for the Wolverines and was a GTE Academic All-America honoree in 1980, '81 and '82. Page 12…

…-0. Moreover, the Wolverines com- pleted this task in one of the more hostile environments that exists in collegiate tennis. With a packed house of approxi- mately five hundred Spartan fans, Michigan (6-1 Big…

… Ten, 11-6 over- all) did not appear to be phased in their domination of the Spartans. In fact, the Wolverines did not lose a set to their intrastate rivals. Coach Brian Eisner felt that the This was the…

…-4 defeat of Michigan State's Jayson Bedford, ranked No. 95 in the nation. The Wolverines' Peter Pusztai added a stellar performance by soundly beating Jim Madrigal (6-3, 6-2). The past two matches between…

… the two players have been closely- contested three-set matches, so Pusztai's convincing victory over See TENNIS, Page 14 Madonna miscues lead to 5-4 Wolverine victory By Nicholas J. Cotsonika Daily…

… Sports Writer It was as if Madonna had mercy on the Wolverines. The Fighting Crusaders commit- ted three errors, gave up four un- earned runs and played ragged de- fense, helping the Michigan base- ball…

… plays, and we came out ahead." The game was scheduled two days ago to make up for Wednesday's cancelled game against Toledo. Senior leftfielder Sean Coston carried the Wolverines (3-5 Big Ten, 11…

… and fell between the centerfielder and the shortstop. Jun- ior centerfielder Brian Simmons scored from third to give Michigan its first win in three games. Coston had put the Wolverines on top in the…

… game twice before. In the fourth, his single to left brought in senior first baseman Mike Muir to give Michigan a 1-0 lead. In the sixth, with the Wolverines trailing 3-2, Coston hit a line shot over…

April 07, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 114) • Page Image 11

…), 2 p.m. Saturday, l p.m. Sunday Latest: After two months on the road, the Wolverines finally get to play their home opener today. Michigan is coin- ing off of a flawless 4-0 swing last week- end at…

… Indiana and Purdue to start the Big Ten season. If they can successfully defend their home field this weekend, the Wolverines will extend their win- ningstreak to 20. Cutouts by PETER CORNUE/ Daily…

April 07, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 106) • Page Image 15

… Michigan's (12-4) weekend tour was South Bend, where the Wolverines took on the sev- enth-ranked Tribe. William & Mary (14-6) was stunned by xMichigan's senior Sarah Cyganiak and the Michigan freshmen…

… Lund. Hart had to battle through three sets to get her team-leading victory while Lund coasted through two sets. The victory capped off an incredible weekend in which the Wolverines also eat up on two…

April 07, 2014 (vol. 123, iss. 55) • Page Image 12

… in 500th Big Ten win, the inning. The Buckeyes quickly took out Wolverines allow right-hander Olivia O'Reilly and put in Kasie Kelly to pitch, hoping only one run to salvage the inning before it was…

… too late. By KELLY HALL But Kelly couldn't stop the Daily Sports Writer Wolverines either, and junior catcher Lauren Sweet hit a In Michigan softball grand slam to end the game in coach Carol Hutchins…

April 07, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 106) • Page Image 14

… team that the Big Ten schedule now includes single games on Fridays. Otherwise the Wolverines may have traveled all the way to Minnesota last weekend and only played a single game. Michigan (7-3 Big Ten…

… played Saturday, Michigan jumped all over Minnesota starting pitcher Justin Pederson early. The Wolverines scored four runs in the second inning - three coming on senior captain Kirk Beermann's bases…

April 07, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 129) • Page Image 12

… this. Even though the Wolverines His men's track and field team didn't take advantage of the warm stepped into Jesse Owens Memorial weather, four regional qualifiers Stadium at Ohio State to an unex…

…." time of 10.51 seconds broke Jesse There was just one problem - too Owens's Michigan/Ohio State dual- few Wolverines were there to enjoy meet record of 10.54 seconds, set in it. 1936. Michigan battled…

April 07, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 109) • Page Image 12

…- gan in three games at the CCRB Friday, the Michigan men's volley- ball team was swept by Michigan State at East Lansing Sunday. The Wolverines (15-5-in head-to- head play) took the first game from the…

… Broncos, 15-8, and never looked back in taking the next two games, 15-7, 15-10. Although Michigan posted a vic- tory, the Wolverines were not com- pletely pleased with their effort. "I think we were…

April 07, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 108) • Page Image 10

… first upset win of the year last weekend in southern Florida. The Wolverines had fallen short in their past four upset opportunities, with their most recent chance resulting in a 5-4 loss to Notre Dame…

… No. 36 South Florida on Sunday. Both matches were played outdoors. Against South Florida, the 42nd-ranked Wolverines got off to a rocky start, with No. I sin- gles player Brooke Hart falling to Alicia…

…, in which both neared the 120-foot mark. Nicole Forrester was ;another Wolverine who defeated the oppo- nents - and the weather - on Saturday. By clearing the 5-foot-8 bar, her lowest height this year…

April 07, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 108) • Page Image 13

…." Regardless, the Wolverines com- peting will look forward to represent- ing their team and their school with some strong showings. Young, perhaps the team's most consistent performer, qualified for the all…

… exercises. The floor proved to be one of the Wolverines' top events all year. Winkler and Toni will compete on the parallel bars, with Winkler being the number one qualifier. Dopp and Klingler will compete on…

…, considering all three have been ranked among the top five since Feb. 7. Each team has been on a roll and hopes to keep its momentum going. "It's going to be a tough and tight meet," Wolverine co-captain Beth…

… the teams' Regional qualifying score. The Wolverines trailed the Tigers for most of the season. However, they finally passed LSU with a number of school-best scores over the past few weeks. Michigan…

…'s school-record 197.225 on March 18 helped secure the sec- ond seed. Alabama ended with a qualify- ing score of 196.3375, followed by the Wolverines (196.2635) and the Tigers (195.85). The rest of the teams…

… hit our same routines." Receiving the higher seed means the Wolverines will be going in their most comfortable rotation. Michigan will be on the bars first, followed by Championship. At that meet Ala…

… weeks ago. The Wolverines believe being at home should have a great impact on the outcome of the meet. "We are out for blood now We are very frustratedR Pby the outcome of the SEC meet." - Jennifer Wood…

… there," Plocki said. PRINTING HMGHQUALITY tw PRnCE FILE PHOTO The Wolverines will host the NCAA Central Regionals this weekend. Tennis shoots for fifth straight By Alan Goldenbach Daily Sports Writer…

Wolverines travel to Evanston to take on 29th-ranked Northwestern. On Sunday, the com- petition doesn't get any easier, as Michigan battles perennial nemesis Wisconsin in Madison. The Wolverines (5-1 Big Ten…

April 07, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 106) • Page Image 12

…'s Central Regional, but the women rebuked University President Lee Bollinger's attempt to steal a bouquet of flowers after the meet. The Wolverines next compete at the NCAA championships in Gainesville, Fla…

Wolverines peaked their performances in the NCAA Central Regional championship this week- end. The Wolverines suffered a great loss in the com- petition with sophomore Nikki Peters out of the running in the…

April 07, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 112) • Page Image 10

… stride to- day. The Wolverines (2-2 Big Ten, 7-7 overall) start a string of six Big Ten foes in 17 days this afternoon, taking on in-state rival Michigan State at the Liberty Sports Complex. Michigan heads…

… matches." The Wolverines said they hope that tomorrow's match will more closely resemble their earlier drub- bings of Ohio State and Purdue than some of their more recent nail-biters. Though 11-4 overall on…

… final day of the tournament. Michigan was the fourth seed and faced fifth-seeded Virginia Tech Sunday morning. Despite Wolverine attackman Doug Henke's three goals, Virginia Tech prevailed, 8-5. "It was a…

… against our offense. Virginia Tech played really good man-to-man defense and prevented us from moving the ball around. "When we won, we moved the ball around well." For the most part, the Wolverines don…

… where it left off. "We're just going to put it behind us and go on," Advani said. Just as Spring slowly arrives, the Michigan men's tennis team pa- tiently waits for its full bloom. The Wolverines' next…

April 07, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 108) • Page Image 8

… Indiana (3-1 Big Ten, 18-3-1 overall) and Purdue (2-2, 22-18) this weekend at Alumni Field in Ann Arbor. Who can the Wolverines (2-0,22-9) thank for their string of shutouts? They should probably start with…

… defense will be waiting to meet them. In Tuesday's doubleheader, sopho- more Samantha Findlay recorded 12 putouts. Senior Tiffany Haas had three at second. The Wolverines made just one error all day. "The…

April 07, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 106) • Page Image 13

Wolverines, like many other teams, had to rely on the strength of their individu- als to pull them through in competition. As new recruits to the squad, that was exactly what Haro and DeGraw did. Although they…

… lost every dual meet, the Wolverines beat a few teams in tour- naments. At the Windy City Invitational, they came in eighth out of nine teams. Better yet, at the Gold's Challenge, they beat four teams to…

… ones going to Iowa. A few of the other Wolverine tumblers are sure to follow, and that makes Haro feel more comfortable about competition. "I like to have a lot of support," Haro said. "It makes…

… to go when they do see one." The Wolverines did not win any dual meets this season, but next year, they hope to be good enough to make it to the champi- onship as a team. "Next year we will possibly be…

… good enough to qualify," Golder said. "It depends on the recruiting. If it goes well, then we could go." Luckily for the Wolverines, this year Michigan was able to recruit again, with the gain of…

… national meet making it to the finals might prove difficult. To compete on that level takes a strength shown by these two Wolverines. But next year, don't count on the strength of the men's team to be on the…

Wolverines. Besides, the Wolverines are only losing two seniors next year, co-captains Flavio Martins and Jason MacDonald. MacDonald had the team's second best score on the horizontal bar and Martins had the…

April 07, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 126) • Page Image 5

… nation. North Dakota's top two lines have combined for 121 goals - Michigan's entire roster that skated at the NCAA West Regional in St. Louis has 121 goals. Sure, the Wolverines have their backs against…

…, but freshman Kevin Clare edg- ing out Burlon for that last spot would be a shock. At this point in the season, the Wolverines aren't guaranteed anything more than a date with North And w downt agains…

April 07, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 114) • Page Image 9

… shoulders of the then- sophomore. Unfortunately for Michigan, the Okemos native fell short in a three-set heart- breaker and the Wolverines' season ended with his 4-3 loss. Prior to this weekend, that was…

… best. Hopefully, I'll apply that." With senior Michael Rubin out with a frac- tured wrist, Michigan has had to adjust its singles lineup, giving Gossain the go-ahead on Sunday. The Wolverines will be…

… circuit the summer before his freshman year, the walk-on secured a spot as a Wolverine. Now, as one of the team's leaders, Gossain hopes to impart much of the wisdom he -has gained in his four years at…

… Tennis Center, Gossain hopes to lead Michigan (4-1 Big Ten, 11-7 overall) to a win over Purdue - a victory that has remained elusive for the Wolverines since Gossain's freshman year. Michigan will also…

… we weren't playing well," Leutele said. "We weren't playing the way that we usually do." Despite winning the second game 7-3, the Wolverines' struggles contin- ued. Michigan jumped out early when…

…. Motycka hit the first batter in the head, and the inning spi- raled out of control from there. Two hits, three runs and an error later, Central Michigan found itself down only 6-3. But the Wolverines

… not surrender a hit. Even though the Wolverines came out of the doubleheader with a split, they know that they did not play at the highest level. "(These eames) were disapointing" …

April 07, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 129) • Page Image 9

… defeated the Wolverines 14-3. The game kicked off the team's seven-city college tour in preparation for the 2004 Olympic games. "I don't care about the score;' Michigan coach Matt Anderson said. "I care…

… Athens, had a variety of chances early against the Wolverines. But it failed to capitalize due to poor shooting out of the gates. Michigan hung tough throughout the first period, and was able to hold Team…

… marked her final regular-season home game as a Wolverine. "If we had played this team my freshman year, it would have been a blowout completely, more so than it (was)," Nisbet said. "We wouldn't have even…

…- tral Water Polo Association championship. If the Wolverines prevail in that championship, they will trav- el to the Eastern Championship. A win there would give them a bid to the Final Four. "It's been a…

April 07, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 126) • Page Image 6

… class are returning to the site ofnthe 2008 Frozen Four at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. Wolverines ready for Frozen Four matchup with No.1North Dakota By CASANDRA PAGNI Daily Sports Writer…

… close to North Dakota what's on the 32-8-3; Michi- line this time gan28-10-4 around. When: Thurs- As part of day 8:30 P.M. the Ice Breaker Where: Xcel Invitational, Energy Center the Wolverines TV…

April 07, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 108) • Page Image 14

…. The Wolverines hold a slim 8-7 all-time series advantage. Senior Tom Billek is the lone Penn State pitcher sporting a win- ning record (3-2). Freshman Chuck Romeg carries the lowest ERA on the team (3…

…. The women's water polo team hopes to begin their Big Ten season at Michigan State with a win. The Wolverines head to East Lan- sing to compete against Indiana on Friday and Northwestern, Illinois and…

April 07, 1986 (vol. 96, iss. 127) • Page Image 8

… Netters topple Northwestern, Iowa By JERRY MUTH The weather may not have been lovely for the men's tennis team last weekend, but the Wolverines proved they were ready to take the Big Ten by storm with a…

… pair of 8-1 victories over conference rivals Northwestern and Iowa. Despite gusting winds and frigid tem- peratures, the 20th-ranked Wolverines applied the heat to Northwestern Friday on the outside…

…. Although Michigan dumped the Hawkeyes, 8-1, the margin of vic- tory in the individual matches wasn't as decisive. Eisner credited Iowa, calling the Hawkeyes "a good, solid team." But the Wolverine mentor was…

… most pleased with his own team's performance. "We're working hard on competing day after day," Eisner con- tinued. "Everyday we have to be ready to play." Indeed the Wolverines came ready to play against…

… Championship. I'm looking for con- stant improvement-particularly mental. Today was a good effort." Senior JimNelson, Iowa's number three singles player, was impressed with the Wolverines. "They've got a lot of…

…-5 and 2-0 in the Big Ten. ! 4 Sharton ... helps Wolverines reign Batsmen upset Miami MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) - There was no iov in the Metrodome for the Wolverines with Miami of Florida taking a two…

… enough, both Miami of Ohio and Northwestern rolled into the Huron Valley Tennis club last weekend, and, in less than 24 hours, handed the hurting Wolverines a pair of decisive defeats. THE OTHERWISE…

… short, falling 3-6, 6-2, 5-7. No other Wolverines won more than two games in a set. Northwestern upped its overall record to 12-3 overall and 2-0 in the Big Ten, while the Wolverines fell to 7-9 and 1…

…- inning, 2-1 nailbiter to the Hoosiers before regrouping and winning the nightcap, 3-0. The opener was lost by a matter of seconds when Pam Craig scored the winning run an instant before Wolverine first…

… the lead stand up, raising her record to 6-3 in the Wolverines' 3-1 victory. And then came the rain. By the time the final game began, the field was a mess. Nothing wen right for the Wolverines, who…

April 07, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 114) • Page Image 8

… S' c By H. Jose Bosch Daily Sports Writer After an abysmal weekend in Min- nesota, Michigan looked to cure its hitting woes at home. The Wolverines took advantage of their first opportunity to…

Wolverines' turnaround was most evident in the sixth inning. The score was 2-1 and junior Chris Getz and senior Kyle Bohm had flied out to begin the inning. Michigan appeared to be falling back into the hole…

April 07, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 129) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom April 7, 2008 -- 3B Junior's return jumpstarts defense in Wolverine wins Poor pitching performances doom Michigan against Nittany Lions Shortstop proves key…

… when you play defense like that, you'll win a lot of games." The Wolverines needed the boost of confidence following a three-error performance against Central Michigan last Wednes- day. Michigan turned…

… defense and solid pitching from junior Chris Fet- ter helped Michigan win. Nei- ther team mustered much run support in the Wolverines' 1-0 win. "I'd like to thank my defense behind me," Fetter said. "I…

… gave up three first inning runs during yesterday's game, it looked like it'd be a long day for the Wolverines. They had no idea. Junior Ben Jenzen came in to relieve Smith, holding Penn State scoreless…

… allowed just over five runs per game on the sea- son. On Sunday, the Wolverines let nine across the plate by the end of the fifth inning. Freshman pitcher Travis Smith was taken out after allowing three…

… Saturday's first game, the Wolverines dodged an early bases- loaded situation in the first inning. Junior pitcher Chris Fetter saved the inning and struck out the next batter for the third out. After that…

April 07, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 112) • Page Image 8

… meet of the season. While in Alabama, the Wolverines came in close contact with a tornado that killed several people as it swept through the state. The dangerous conditions caused by the tornado…

…," Michigan coach Jack Harvey said. "We need a couple of meets where we have everybody run- ning., This week, however, the coaches are sending a small Wolverine squad to the meet. The competition features…

… traditionally strong southern teams as well as squads from the Big Ten. One Wolverine making the trip is Stan Johanning. Thejavelin thrower is attempting to get back intocompetitive shape after November elbow…

… High jumper Jon Royce and four of his teammates will be traveling to Austin for the Texas relays this weekend. The Wolverines will face schools from the south as well as the Big Ten. I By HEATHER WINDT…

April 07, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 129) • Page Image 13

Wolverines potential runs in three consecutive innings in the second game, when Michigan led 1-0. With no outs in the second inning, freshman Alycia Ryan was on third base and Shaw on sec- ond. Hutchins told…

… was after she left that the Wolverine offense exploded. Michigan posted eight runs in the mercy-rule victory. "It stunk to lose Teddi, but it shows great character because we came back and played for…

… into the Michigan dugout. As the warm-up throw sailed over Shaw's head, it appeared the Wolverines' normally reli- able infield defense might become a liability after the loss of junior Teddi Ewing, the…

…- urday afternoon, but it wasn't dis- couraged. Even though the Wolverines weren't much competition, their first and second varsity-eight boats beat Duke earlier in the day, each by more than 10 seconds…

…. The races were the Wolverines' first of the spring season. Michi- gan competed against the Cava- liers and Duke at the ACC/Big Ten Double Dual on Griggs Reservoir in Columbus. Michigan's second varsity…

Wolverines expected the tough competition, especially from Virginia. It was Michigan's first race on the water this season, while Virginia arrived in Colum- bus with three races already under its belt…

…. Michigan assistant coach Veronika Platzer, who coached the Cavaliers for four years, has first- hand experience with Virginia's aggressive style. Platzer believes the Wolverines can match the FRESHMAN…

April 07, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 106) • Page Image 16

… This weekend's meet for the Michigan men's track team contained tough competition and a memorable moment. As for the competition, the Texas Relays was the toughest meet in which the Wolverines have run…

… thus far. As for the memorable moment, the Wolverines were able to watch arguably the best Olympic track and field per- former in the history of the sport - Carl Lewis. Among the competition the…

April 07, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 112) • Page Image 5

…. Once again, the snows came down in Michigan, and for the fourth time this season, a Michigan baseball game vas canceled due to bad weather. Tuesday, the Wolverines -played just over three and a half…

… snow. However, with the Big Ten season in full swing and Michigan coach Bill Freehan desperately wanting innings for his ballclub, the Wolverines sched- uled a game with Division U Oakland (11-9) for…

… should become a major part of a Wolverine team looking to make the Big Ten tournament for the first time since 1989. Roberts suspended for negative comments JONATHAN LURIE/Daily The Michigan baseball…

… adjust- ment to competing outside. But, lately the Wolverines, who head to Miami (Ohio) this weekend, have not had much of a chance to do this. The Alabama Relays two weeks ago are the only meet in which…

… have an effect on our performance," thrower Ronda Meyers said. "We can work on tech- nique inside but you don't get the same feel." However, McGuire is confident the Wolverines will make a suc- cessful…

April 07, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 106) • Page Image 9

… was that even though Michigan coach Red Berenson was in the building, the outgoing Wolverines were taking orders from Michigan State coach Ron Mason. Mason coached the team of U.S.-born seniors, while…

…'ve waited a long time for, but we knew we had a great opportunity to do it this year." After showing their poker face all season, the Wolverines finally played their ace Saturday, recording the highest all…

… gymnast of the year. Only one other Wolverine, Beth Wymer, has ever received both awards, and Wymer won three NCAA championships. Notonly did the meet earn Cain the awards, but on the bus ride home, her…

April 07, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 149) • Page Image 13

… closes out its regular season with a home and home series again- st the Montreal Canadiens this weekend. The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 7, 1978-Page 13 WOLVERINES, TIGERS OPENERS DAMPENED nine not swi…

… Maybe Michigan's baseball team should play its games inside the Track and Tennis Building. Or maybe the Wolverines could play with an umbrella in one hand and galoshes on both feet. BETTER YET, why don…

… home the first goal from a position just to the left of Michigan goalie Mike Bucci. A few minutes later Rodgers' Wolverine counterpart, top scorer Chris Phillips, duplicated that effort on an identical…

… play. It was only the beginning of an ex- citing contest that saw the Wolverines go down to their second defeat this season by a 14-4 tally. ALTHOUGH THE fine play of Ohio State's talented midfielders…

… goal, which came shortly after the high point of action in the first quarter, was a moral crusher for the Wolverines. One of' the Wolverines' biggest problems was the penalty situation. Michigan was…

April 07, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 109) • Page Image 10

… squad in the country for the last tvo years - and the first to repeat in nearly two decades - by summoning every last energy to end the Wolverines' hopes of capping an incredible season. When legendary…

… go with the talent. Michigan certainly has a world of talent, and the Albert team's youthful core may have been to the dent in history it is making, allowing the Wolverines to come Lin as far as they…

April 07, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 124) • Page Image 8

… crushed by a torn anterior cruciate ligament. And on the other hand, Sum- mers watched former Wolverines Kevin Porter and Chad Kolarik, who both played four years of col- legiate hockey,lead Michigan to the…

… impressed as Treliving was a game. It should be enjoyed. And resentatives at the end of the year with Summers's on-ice performance I think that's what a lot of players since (the Wolverines have) been this…

… pitc ter gave the Wolverin pull out the win. But the Wolverine the offensive playsI and lost 6-4 int10 inn "I felt great," sai gave up two earned r strikeouts in eight innings. "That was probably the…

… day before, the bullp gled Sunday. Five rel a total of 11 runs in a: Michigan has alto age of 9.6 runs in its 1E ien play, The Wolverines went 2-3 in those trails games, including a 14-13 win over mid…

…." ies a chance to The Wolverines' inability to throw strikes has been a major s didn't make factor in their recent slump. After Fetter needed starting the season 10-2, the Wol- ings. verines are just 8…

… Wol- Although Michigan lost its series been hindered against Penn State, the Wolverines have a'3-3 Big Ten record and are ric Katzman just one game behind conference e second game leader Illinois. The…

Wolverines will Michigan. face the Fighting Illini at home this nome rest the weekend. en still strug- "Reality is, as bad as this loss ievers gave up was, and as bad as losing this 16-5 loss. series is, we…

April 07, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…, but the Wolverines struggled to a second consecutive 14th-place finish. Today Mostly cloudy; High 58, Low 36 Tomorrow Mostly sunny; High 56, Low 34 V Itttl *rnly One hundred and one years of…

… time came up short last night as Duke held off the Wolverines, 71-51, in front of 50,379 at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis. Christian Laettner and Grant Hill teamed up to halt Michigan…

April 07, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 156) • Page Image 9

… Still building for the Big Ten season, Michigan's baseball team limbers up with a four-game home stand this weekend. The Wolverines host Eastern Michigan in a doubleheader this afternoon and Detroit in a…

…-0 Wolverine win gave Zahn a 2-1 won-lost record. EMU Worries Benedict Coach Benedict anticipates a rugged twinbill against Eastern, as EMU has just returned from a southern spring trip with a 5-5 record. "Of…

… Meet at Michigan State in East Lansing. This is an important meet for the Wolverines in that it will en- able Coach Newt Loken to see how well these upcoming varsity gymnasts measure up under com…

…- petitive conditions. Seven seniors, who played vital roles in propel- ling the Wolverines to a second place finish in the Big Ten and a second in the NCAA finals, will be lost through graduation, and…

… 9, Los Angeles 2 New York (N) 2, St.cLouis 1 (10 inn) Chicago (N) vs. Chicago (A) at Ar- lington, TeX. (mc) year, and could very well be the Wolverines number one man- on the parallel bars next year…

April 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

… of Michigan students that did something besidgs "swim and sun" during their vacation trip to Florida was the Wolverine baseball team, which spent a good share of its time on the diamonds of Tallahassee…

… have contribu- ted to Michigan's poor showing in the tourney: the Wolverines were playing their, first games of the season while all the other squads had seen previous action (Florida State had 14 games…

…. Kane (right). Wolverine swimmers scored a record 137%2 points in the three-day exercises March 26-28 at Ithaca, N. Y. x 4 Gillanders, Hanley Pace Swimmers To Record-Smashing NCA A Victorv ,J Michigan…

…'by firing an even par, 70 over the tight Hope Valley course. This match wound up the Wolverines' spring trip action. Coaches Join In1 Coach Bert Katzenmeyer ex-, plained the difference' in scoring by saying…

… these changes are still tentative and that noneof the starting positions are taken. The reason for most of the changes is to put more power into a Wolverine lineup that at times was pitifully weak at the…

April 07, 1985 (vol. 95, iss. 149) • Page Image 8

… doubles matches and the Wildcats won, 5-4. The Wolverines took all of the last three singles matches. Playing in the fourth slot, John Royer beat Marco Wen, 7-6, 6-2. Number five Brad Koontz defeated Scott…

…'s Danny Weiss and Martin Hampe, 4-6, 4-6. The Wildcat team of Dave Kabiller and Mike Krebs beat Wolverines Jon Morris and Royer, 6-4, 6-2, and Christian teamed with Eric Smith to defeat Tomas Anderson and…

… - Making use of a crucial Northwestern error the Michigan softball team managed to out manuever the Wildcats, 1-0, in the 12th inning of the second game of the squad's Big Ten opener. The winning Wolverine

Wolverines, who managed the 1- 0 win, highlighted by the batting ability of Alicia Seegert. The sophomore from Manchester finished the day with a double and two singles. The lone run didn't come until the 12th…

… competing for the Wolverine men's track team in the Texas Relays at Austin, Texas. Bean jumped 24'2 3l", and track coach Jack Harvey was pleased with his performance. "It was a good meet for Bean. We were…

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Wolverines lost because they ran out of gas in the third period, while Maine was still skating strong. But now, two weeks after that loss, I think a better perspective can be placed on the expansion. Even…

… though he received a large amount of criticism, one chatter mad very good point. In the past, Michig has benefited from the first round bye. In 1996, the Wolverines won the NCAA tournament after only…

April 07, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 128) • Page Image 7

… Fisher Stadium. The Wolverines lost three of four games this weekend by a combined five runs at the Wheaties Tournament of Champions in Minneapolis. Sophomore Kourtney Thompson was one of the few bright…

… Purdue." The Wolverines will have to play against Wayne State without some of their top players, however. to see action. Michigan will be hoping to get healthy with a sweep of the Division II Tartars, but…

… and second baseman Craig Romine is hitting .359. While Gust believes his team has a good chance to win, he expects to see a talented Wolverine club. "I know them as well as I know my own team. They have…

… scheduled for 54 holes was cut to 36 holes due to adverse weather condios. "Leang thWolverines 157 strokes. Following Chipokas were John Codere (158), Bob Papp (162), Hersh Patel (168), and Tom Paton (169…

…. Thild tun u A small contingent of te men 's track team traveled to Austin, Texas last weekend to compete in the annual Texas Relays. The most impressive showing for the Wolverines was the second place…

… the Wolverines were home practicing for next week's Dogwood Relays in Knoxville, Tenn.- BILL ZOLL A Hawks 110, Cat's 105 ATLANTA (AP) - Cleveland outscored Atlanta by 35 points from the free throw line…

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… the Wolverine middle distance corps which has borne the brunt of compe- tition, all winter. Severe Blow Dealt Coach Ken Doherty, commenting on Vetter's departure, called it a "severe blow" to…

… five-point de- crease, and possibly more, in the Wolverines' indoor strength. Such a decrease might easily spell the differ-. ence between first and second place next month if the duel betweenf Michigan…

… to the here, May 22. 1945 Wolverine baseball schedule yes- Meanwhile, the baseball squad terday when Coach Ray Fisher an- moved outdoors for the first time in nounced that contests with Illinois, a…

… interim. The Wolverine mentor said that his trdublesome infield games carded for the season to 25. sh akdiprouemetinfyes- The llioisgam wil b plyedshowed marked improvement in yes- The Illinois game will be…

… played terday's 12-inning practice game. here. April 20, and will be followed Ray (Red) Louthen. who pitched by an already scheduled tilt between a three-inning stint for one of the the Wolverines and the…

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Wolverines are hoping to continue their solid start to the outdoor campaign as they take on a rugged field that includes over 80 schools. Head Coach Ron Warhurst plans to bring a large 30-man contingent to…

… Carolina, for what he terms a "highly competitive meet." Warhurst hopes the one week hiatus prepared the Wolverines for this difficult test. "It gave our guys a chance to regroup after being away for so long…

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… coach in 1982. This year, the Wolverines qualified 14 swimmers for the NCAA meet - the most in the Urbanchek era. Three divers are also in Indianapolis. The Wolverines have been ranked in the top six in…

… the 50-, 100-, and 200-yard freestyle at the Big Ten meet, to be the Wolverines' top swimmer heading into the NCAAs. "Lang'is a candidate to win at least two or three events," said Urbanchek. Another…

Wolverine strength lies in its breastsrokers, with Mike Barrowman and Jan-Erick Olsen both ranked among the nation's top five in both the 100- and 200-yard breaststroke. Olsen, however, has a sprained ankle…

April 07, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 149) • Page Image 7

… couldn't be blamed if he left Ray Fisher Stadium yesterday with a smile on his face although he and his Titan teammates had just gone down twice to Michigan, 1-0 and 3-0, in the Wolverines' first home…

… side of the Wolverine infield gave Detroit first and third with two outs. Barnett then offered an omen of things to come when he grounded into a force play to end the inning. Helt gave up just two…

…, followed with another safety but Lonchar was cut down at the plate on a fine throw from rightfielder Pete Sulzicki. Kettinger, Lonchar, and Meyer combined for another Wolverine run two innings later…

… games cancelled by rain. Michigan has won three in a row after seven straight losses in Arizona at the beginning of the season. Wolverine hurlers have held the opposition score- less over 24 straight…

… University of Detroit. Though they managed nary a hit in the first game, the Wolverines took both ends of the double bill, blanking the Titans 1-0 and 3-0. CHESS Anatoli Karpov . . .a bright new star MIKE…

… gymnastics meet at Penn State." Michigan never say die gym- nasts gave it the ole college try yesterday in 'their attempt to en- ter the NCAA team finals today. The Wolverine's score of 318.65 left them in…

April 07, 1976 (vol. 86, iss. 153) • Page Image 9

… threatened When the Wolverines came up ginto the bottom half of in the tenth, getting men as far to bat in the bottom of the the seventh inning. Nursing a as third base but neither could eleventh inning of the…

… nightcap, 5-3 lead, Wolverine starter score. the decision had already been Lary Sorenson suddenly be- By the way, Weber finished made. If Michigan couldn't man- came wild and walked the the game for the…

Wolverines. age to break the 5-5 tie that first two Rockets he faced. His four and one-third innings of had stood since the seventh, the Michigan coach Moby Bene- work brought his total for the game would be…

… bad He was even sharper in the who had kept the Wolverines note, when he uncorked a wild first game, allowing only four in the game when he made a pitch that allowed the runners hits while striking out…

…Rekets I spite six hits in the first two and cruised home on a wild frames, the Wolverines could pitch. only put one run on the board. Michigan put the game away That came in the first when with a pair of…

April 07, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 114) • Page Image 14

…14- The Michigan Daily- Friday, April 7, 2000 Home a bonus for Wolverines, in journey to Big Ten tourney, Results as of it p.m. - Home team in GAPS. NCAA hockey Frozen Four semifinals: North Dakota…

… tournament, so nine matches in a row is our goal," senior Matt Wright said. The Wolverines will be helped in part by playing four of their remain- ing six Big Ten dual matches at the Varsity Tennis Center. "We…

April 07, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 108) • Page Image 9

… Ann Arbor this week. After all. the Wolverines are off to a 10-I15 start. They lost three of four games at Ohio State last weekend and dropped to the conference cellar, Bowling Green, on the other hand…

… guys you hav e. But you have to save sonmc for the wveekend too: 6' ow.*, Unner S Co0m6ing1 .cap Ticet~s. G'rftdAtvc. 1iT epte Wolverines pitched their wor-st outing of the series, vet it was their only…

April 07, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 114) • Page Image 13

… will make it", The Wolverines believe that they have what it takes and senior co-captain Michael Harris continues to provide the spark. "Mike has played especially well all year long," Klum said. "He is…

… Invitational 0 19 Stan Sheriff Invitational 4 4 Mauna Ken Resort Invitational 3 4 Wolverine South Invitational 3 3 Silver Springs Shores Invitational 1 9 Dr. Pepper Collegiate Invitational 3 3 THE MICHIGAN MODEL…

April 07, 1971 (vol. 81, iss. 152) • Page Image 7

…'s seventh walk and verine baseball team had their shortstop Gary Hass followed with opener yesterday afternoon against a shot up the box for a hit. Bowling Green. The Wolverines Following a ground out and a…

… over Wolverine hurler Jim Burton and shortstop, scoring both runners Mickey Elwood. and tying the game. In the first game, ace left hand- Burton worked out of jams in er Burton of Michigan went all ten…

…-toback singles but Burton got 14six in four innings, he didn't yield the next two batters, on a strike- a hit until the sixth-that being an out and on a forceout. infield hit. But in the tenth, the Wolverines

… performance in Michigan's 2-1 season debut yesterday, but they, win. The Wolverines had men at *. resembled the power-hitting Ben-: third in each of the first four inn- : gals of old in walloping the Cleve…

… generally fierce walked only one. Carrow and - f ":base-running. shortstop Mike Rafferty each had.The Tigers pounced on starter- two hits in leading the Wolverine .' :::";and loser Steve Hargan, winner of…

April 07, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 148) • Page Image 7

… each Wolverine Tandom swept its opponents in straight sets. The number one doubles team of Kremer and Silfin beat Gettys and Grinberg, 6-4, 6-3. The tan- dem of Mactaggart and Risdon downed McLogan and…

… Van Den Brink, 6-3, 6-1. In the number three doubles match, Juliet Naft teamed up with junior Marianne Ring to subdue MSU's Medd and Ireland, 6-0, 6-4. The 8-1 team win by the Wolverine netters is the…

… Michigan State's Kim Medd, yesterday. ki won the match, 6-2, 6-4, as the Wolverines downed the Spartans, 8-1. SPOR TS OF THE DAILY: H aywood leads Bullets past Cavs IM Scores LANDOVER (AP)- Jeff Ruland…

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… after six games in three days, the Michigan coach got a little help from the elements yesterday. The second game of the Wolverines' doubleheader with the University of Detroit Titans was rained out after…

… an 11-4 Michigan victory in the opener. The win in the first game went to starter Ross Powell. The lefty gave up four hits and struck out four in five innings of work. Sparking the Wolverines (20…

April 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 129) • Page Image 5

…'s Wolverine State. Applicants for counselors at Boy's Wolverine State to be held at E. Lansing, Mich., from June 18-25, $60 for 10 days plus room and board. Must be over 18 to apply. Summer Placement Service in…

April 07, 1931 (vol. 41, iss. 136) • Page Image 7

… Captain-Elect Places Second in National Championships in 175-Pound Division. Carl J. Dougovito, '32E, was elect- ed to lead the 1932 Wolverine Var- sity wrestlers last night at a meet- ing of this year…

… National meet held at Providence, the Wolverine star placed second. YEARLING GOLFER HAS MANY TITLES (Continued From Page 6) piorgship, this time the Cincinnati District Amateur, which he captur- ed by…

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