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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…

November 07, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 27) • Page Image 10

… achieve-its goals for the 1995 season mostly because it could not score enough. The Wolverines headed into their sec- ond varsity season with reason to be optimistic. They were returning 13 play- ers…

… or more goals in nine games, and was shut out five times. The Wolverines scored 13 goals in a two-game stretch against Creighton and Valparaiso. Those 13 goals rep- resented over a third of Michigan…

September 07, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 2) • Page Image 21

… Green Daily Sports Writer Despite the addition of a new coach, Michigan's women's volley- ball team isn't exactly tearing up the nation. The Wolverines followed an 0-4 finish in the Boise State Tour…

…-host Boise State. The Wolverines finished the tournament by falling in four games to Utah State and to Oregon in a three-game sweep. First-year coach Peggy Bradley- Doppes, who brought sophomore middle hitter…

… Sports Writer A full moon hung over Tartan Turf - and became an element on the field - as the Wolverine field hockey team began its season Tuesday. Michigan notched its first victory, downing the…

… more color as the Wolverines were given the rare green card - twice - for apparently incidental contact. against Toledo The oddities continued when Toledo called on its goalie to take a penalty stroke…

… against the Wolverines. Clad in her heavy gear and pads, Carolyn Pishock tucked the shot into the upper left corner for the Rockets' only score. Despite the irregularities, Michigan senior Josee Charvet…

… what you do; that's really important." Michigan will try to add to its lone victory in three games this weekend in St. Louis. The Wolverines takeson Southwest Missouristoday, Louisville Saturday and…

… Virginia Sunday. Sturm story. Akron, one of the nation's best blocking teams, jumped to a 10-3 lead in the first game, but with White serving, the Wolverines cut the Zips' lead to 10-7. However, Michigan…

…'s run ended and Akron cruised to a 15-9 victory. Game two started ominously for Michigan as Wolverine setter Erica Badran-Grycan served wide. Michi- gan quickly regained service and used a strong net game…

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…

January 07, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 52) • Page Image 9

… Mark Snyder Daily Sports Writer BLOOMINGTON - Brian Ellerbe is new to the Big Ten, so he deserves a break. But as for the rest of the Wolverines, they forgot the biggest fac- tor in a Michigan…

… playing time for the Wolverines. As the most experienced defenseman, Fox has been in a leadership position throughout the season. He is expected to turn himself in at the 48th District Court in Bloomfield…

May 07, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 139) • Page Image 13

… heading south. But the Wolverines' hitting appears to be going north. Michigan heads to Big Ten Tour- nament in Columbus next weekend as the third seed, its worst finish in the conference in a dozen years…

…. The Wolverines will play No. 6 seed Illinois Friday. Michigan (12-4 Big Ten, 42-10 overall) split a two- game set with the Fighting Illini in Champaign three weeks ago, blow- ing a three-run lead in the…

… to silence the Wolverine bats any longer. The win salvaged the weekend for Michigan, which retained a two- and-a-half game lead atop the Big Ten standings. "You're boundtolose some games, but…

May 07, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 3) • Page Image 20

…Sort Page 20 Friday, May 7, 1982 The Michigan Daily Blue nine stumbles, 4-1 11 - By JOE CHAPELLE The Wolverine batsmen dropped their eighth game of the season yester- day by falling prey to…

… Bowling Green, 4- 1, in a makeup game at Ray L. Fisher Stadium. Michigan was plagued by pitching problems early in the game with the Wolverines giving up three runs in the third inning. Falcont third…

… baseman Jerry Drobnick started the Bowling Green scoring, hitting a line double into centerfield off a pitch from Wolverine starter Jim Bartlett. Falcon catcher Chris Shuping, the next batter for the…

… Froning came in to relieve Bartlett but was yanked by Wolverine coach Bud Mid- daugh after giving up an RBI single to Falcon right fielder Bob Zielinski. Bill Shuta then replaced Froning. In total, Bowling…

… Green came away with three runs in the inning and picked up their fourth in the fifth inning. The Wolverines only run of the game came in the fifth - inning. Michigan's Dave Stober took first after being…

September 07, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…- cer team took as many shots, shots on goal and corner kicks as its oppo- nent. The Bulldogs even committed 15 fouls in the game, leavingthe potent Wolverine offense plenty of chances to s ink a shot in…

… of recognizing the game is about scoring goals." And goals have been difficult to come by for Michigan, even though the Wolverines (1-1) have kept offensive pressure high in their two games so far this…

Wolverines have struggled to con- vert the opportunities they create into goals on the scoreboard. "You've got to give everything to score those goals," Burns said. "We create enough chances, we had enough…

… chances (against Drake). Wasn't like their keeper played great. Unfortunately we didn't score one." Prior to the two home games this past week, the Wolverines took part in exhibition games in which they…

… consistently kept the ball moving on its opposition's side of the mid- FILE PHOTO/Daily Freshman Fabio Pereira Villas Boas is expected to contribute on offense this year. Late offsides call ends* Wolverines

… outshoot Drake in the second "Was that offsides?" Boas, a Sao half, the Bulldogs started to find Paulo, Brazil native, said after the some seams in the Wolverine game. "I don't know. I think that defense and…

… were getting better was a goal, but whatever." looks at the net. Although the Wolverines were In the 65th minute, Drake final- aggressive for the rest of the match ly pulled through when senior for…

… University Toutna- look at the net from the top of the ment next weekend. Senior Justin Meram is one of the Wolverines' most dangerous scoring threats on offense. OTO/Doaly field. The Wolverines have set…

… Chris Blais an extremely small margin of error to work with. When a deflection led to a Bulldog goal in the 56th minute on Friday, the Wolverines' offensive efforts became irrel- evant. Michigan needs to…

September 07, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 155) • Page Image 60

… at Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Indiana - games where the Wolverines played so well for so long, only to collapse in the waning moments. But last night, something strange hap- pened…

…: Michigan didn't fold. Instead, the Wolverines tightened up their defense and rediscovered their confidence on offense. A layup by Michigan center Courtney Sims put the Wolverines ahead with 4:55 left, and…

November 07, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 29) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, November 8, 1993 - 7 I* V BU4 Li n4s Wolverines pass first test with flying colors 1%- m Mu i- By MICHAEL ROSENBERG DAILY HOCKEY WRITER SAULT STE…

… sanity by Michigan players and instructions for Laker fans to stay away from sharp objects. However, this was only a test. A look at where the Wolverines are and how far they can go. Going in, the…

… title race will be a dogfight. They may be the No. 1 team in the country, but they will still have their hands full in the battle for CCHA supremacy. "There are no giants in the CCHA," Wolverine David…

… Oliver said. Or, more appropriately, there are several giants in the CCHA. And Michigan is certainly one of them. The Wolverines are better than anyone thought they would be at this stage of the season…

March 07, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 103) • Page Image 10

… in crime, had graduated. nd with their departure went 5 of the Wolverines' points per ame. There wasn't a single analyst the country that would tell ou they thought Michigan ould make the NCAA Tourna…

…- nent. But as Darius Morris laid in he Wolverines' final basket in a '0-63 win over rival Michigan tate - a win that gave Michi- an one of its most important eason sweeps in recent history - it was time…

March 07, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 85) • Page Image 10

… QkhL' 1WU"Ex-Wolverines Battle on the Hardcourt Two former Michigan basketball players will battle each other in the NBA tonight when Denver challenges Dallas. The Mavericks' Roy Tarpley, who donned…

… a Wolverine uniform from 1984 to 1987, has rejoined Dallas after . a month-ng tint on the rnjred reerve.Rose, who was drafted in the first round by the Nuggets last year after three seasons at…

… Ten defeat. Four losses that will hurt the Michigan baseball team this season more than in any other season. The Major League Baseball draft and graduation had the effect of shot- guns on the Wolverines

…? Replacing a four- some that combined for 20 wins, 332.2 innings and a 4.12 ERA is a tough assignment for a staff as young and shorthanded as the Wolverines'. And it has showed. Michigan's team ERA is 7…

….39 after 11 games, compared to 1994's 4.31. None of the Wolverines' top four pitchers (in terms of innings worked) carry an ERA under 6.80. Sophomore Brian Steinbach has a9.26 mark after 11.7 innings of…

… prevents Michigan from giving teams new looks on the mound. The Wolverines have given up 17, 13, 11 and nine runs in single games this season, costing them dearly. For example, Sunday's 17-6 loss to Florida…

… State and Saturday's 11-9 defeat at the hands of Louisiana State could have been avoided with better pitching. Late comebacks - such as the one the Wolverines staged against the Seminoles - and nine…

… Michigan's@ early stumbles. The Wolverine de- fense has made some untimely errors and Michigan is playing a tough non- conference schedule. To be fair, Freehan isn't looking for stellar performances out of…

… Ron Hollis. All four departed for the pros after leading the Wolverines to the finals of the Big Ten playoffs. VOLLEYBALL NOTEBOOK:l Men's volleyball starts off slow after breakA Seg 'M' drops another…

… matches Saturday in Co- lumbus. First, the Wolverines waltzed all over Indiana in three straight games, 15-11,15-11,15-10. However,Michi- gan couldn't make it a weekend sweep as it fell to Ohio State in…

January 07, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

… second half to take an easy 70-49 Big Ten basketball win from Wis- consin before 4000 partisan fans at Yost Field House last night. The win put the. Wolverines atop the young Conference race with a 2…

…-0 record. The loss was Wisconsin's second in league play. Trailing 31-30 at intermission the Wolverines unleashed their fast break to pump in 40 points while 0 holding the Badgers to a meager 18. f ddI- 1…

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…

September 07, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 1) • Page Image 41

… The Michigan softball team be- gan the 1989 season with great ex- pectations. The year before, the Wolverines lost the Big Ten title by a half-game when they were swept by Indiana in the final weekend…

… other" coach Carol Hutchins said. "In fact, this is the best team I've ever had." Those words were backed up by the Wolverines' play during their spring trip to the West Coast. They retuned with an 18…

January 07, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 83) • Page Image 14

… Frieder said it best back in December, during the Wolverines' sleepy non-conference schedule. "Hell, no. I'm not anxious for the Big Ten season to start," said Frieder. "We've got the toughest start of any…

… of Frieder's words became evident Monday night, as the Wolverines bowed to Purdue in the con- ference opener for both teams, 81-74. The loss was the first setback of the season for Michigan, which had…

…-56. The Wolverine! starters played well, but the substitutes allowed Northern to close the wide gap the Wolverines had opened. Michigan only led by ten at the half, 38-28. "I really hoped that by, this…

Wolverines, 81-74. Purdue wasn't even ranked in the top 20 because of its two non-conference road defeats to Tennessee and Tulsa. Tennessee is ranked thirteenth in that same poll, and Tulsa has only one loss…

…-tough Providence. Purdue's non-conference slate was obviously tougher than that of the Wolverines, which featured games against Arkansas, Kansas, and Dayton. This put Michigan at a great disadvantage Monday night…

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…

November 07, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 45) • Page Image 11

Wolverines' last exhibition meet before they open the regular season on Friday, Nov. 22 at Lehigh. (ranked No. 4 at 157 pounds in Amateur Wrestling News' Presea- son Poll), or 2001 NCAA qualifier Pat Owen…

… firsts for the Michigan field hockey team. The Wolverines earned their first NCAA Tournament berth, advanced to their first NCAA title game and cap- tured their first Big Ten Tournament championship. Three…

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…

December 07, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 65) • Page Image 9

Wolverines in the Elite 8, and extend their longest run in their history. Blue looks for upset in Sweet 16 By RUTH LINCOLN Daily Sports Writer Seven banners hang on the wall of Cliff Keen Arena celebrating…

…. 1 Penn State mark the Wolverines' first ever NCAA Sweet 16 showing, but it could be the first time they walk off the court in State College victorious. Michigan has been unsuccessful there in each of…

… Bowl- ing Green forward Rich Meloche climb the glass in celebration of his team's 5-3 home win, the 2005-06 Wolverine squad probably thought they were just witnessing a one- time fluke against a bad team…

…. But last year, it happened again - the then-6-23-1 Falcons upset Michi- gan, 3-2, on Bowling Green's home ice. Bowling Green is no longer a bottom-feeder this season. And now, the Wolverines say they…

… of its 40 goals this season with the man advantage. Last weekend, the Fal- cons converted 50 percent of their power-play chances against Wayne State. Since the Wolverines conceded five power-play goals…

…'s penalty-killing unit. Berenson said he looks for play- For Wolverines, it's good to be home again By ALEX PROSPERI to improve on in its three games Daily Sports Writer before the Big Ten season begins…

…- road trip that spanned five states more Krista Phillips is the lone was visible in the Wolverines' past Wolverine to score 20 points in a two games. game this season. No. 12 Texas A&M and No. 16 Elliott…

… averages 12.6 points per Notre Dame outplayed Michigan game and 7.3 rebounds per contest. and brought out the Wolverines' More important, the senior has weaknesses. 15 blocks, compared to the entire The…

Wolverines shot a dismal 29 Michigan team, which has just 19. percent from the field in those two And when Elliott and Phillips lopsided defeats. Michigan was are in the paint, there won't be a outrebounded…

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…

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…

September 07, 1989 (vol. 100, iss. 1) • Page Image 38

… NCAA Championship in the same year. In 1989 that all changed though, as the Wolverines won the Rose Bowl and NCAA tournament. This page attempts to recapture the jubilant feelings and triumphant emotions…

…" after the Wolverines victory over Virginia, launching them into the Final Four in Seattle. A rose with no thorns Defensive back David Arnold (15) and defensive lineman Brent White (88) whoop it up in…

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…

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…

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…

March 07, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 89) • Page Image 14

…- 'son. Everyone has zero wins, zero losses and zero ties." The team realizes that the real season begins today at practice. If the Wolverines can't rediscover the con- fidence that brought them 16…

… Collegiate Hockey Association season like a January wind, stopping for nobody and leaving opponents bitter and begging for shelter. Nobody could touch these Wolverines, and when another team was actually able…

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…

January 07, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 55) • Page Image 8

… going to be the Michigan women's basketball team's night. After a solid defensive effort from the Wolverines had the shot clock winding down, Indiana guard Rainey Alting banked in a 3-pointer over three…

… Ten and 10-4 overall. With two minutes to play in the game, the Hoosiers (1-2, 6-8) led by 10 points and appeared to be in command of the game. But the Wolverines, playing with- out injured point guard…

Wolverine bringing in the cavalry either. Michigan will also welcome back its top left winger Geoff Koch from a groin injury. Top defenseman Jeff Jillson and sniper-center Andy Hilbert also will rejoin the…

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…

January 07, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 54) • Page Image 10

…. Western Michigan Michigan players ranked: 23. Kalei Beamon (singles) I Wolverine Fitness Center Powerhouse Gym Absolutely The Lowest Rates In Town HOCKEY NOTEBOOK Depth rises to lead 'M'during holidays…

… by Tim Rardin Daily Hockey Writer Going into the season, Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson knew he had a deep squad. But over the holidays, the second-ranked Wolverines proved just how deep they are…

… than he had all of last season. He scored one of Michigan's eight goals in the Wolverines' victory over Northern Michigan in the Great Lakes Invitational final, notched an assist in the first game of the…

… route to being named to the GLI all-tournament team, and right wing John Arnold came up with his first goal as a Wolverine in Michigan's 7-1 victory over Alberta Saturday. 11 Wolverine David Roberts in…

May 07, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

Wolverines inning, a drive over the left field were probably hoping for a down fence, to complete the scoring with pour to postpone the contest. But the Wolverines ahead 9-3. A dou- by the end of the frame the…

…. MARK CARROW gained the The second inning, which was ; win with a brilliant relief stint. delayed twice by rain, began with Carrow relieved Fife in the third the Wolverines trailing Western, with the…

… Rafferty followed rally in the seventh and last in- :: ning. Three walks in the seventh Special To The Daily Redmon's homer with singles to -Daily-Larry Robbins WOLVERINE SHORTSTOP Chuck Schmidt, one of…

… is the umpire. Yesterday Schmidt had two hits including a three-run home run over the left field fence. Christman gained his first win of the season as the Wolverines took an early 5-0 lead and had…

… little trouble in holding on to the vic- tory. Last Saturday the Wolverines staged two late inning rallies to capture a doubleheader from In- diana by scores of 9-4 and 6-5. In the opener a five run ninth…

… the strength of hitless relief. Ironical- ly the Hoosiers took a leaf out of the Michigan notebook commit- ting eight errors in the double- header, many of which played key roles in the Wolverine win…

…. Then came yesterday's surprise win over powerful Western Mich- igan. The loss was only Western's eighth against 21 wins. This weekend Michigan hopes to continue their good play as the Wolverines meet…

August 07, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 33) • Page Image 3

…AUGUST 7, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T. Wolverine Swimmers Enter Pan-Am Trials Fourteen University of Michigan swimmers and divers, competing Pete for Mexico, the form under the auspices of the…

… and Tuesday. spects for the 1960 Olympi Dick Kimball, Wolverine diving star and former NCAA and Big , Ten champion, will be the "most- M ajor Lea traveled'' competitor in the meet. ''"'' NUWA Kimball…

… platform x-Chicago 'W L diving at East Lansing, Monday. x--Cieveland 62 45. Other Wolverines competing at x-Baltimore 55 54. -the swim trials includeDick Han- Kansas City 52 54 ley, Carl Woolley and Frank Le…

…. meter and platform diving events. YESTERDAY'S RESU Three other Wolverines already Chicancischiladelphia have earned places on teams which Pittsburgh at St. Louis will compete against the United Only games…

Wolverine varsity clay courts at Ferry Field as a F *i7 our for the Finest in Recorded Music I i 1111 EVERETT'S DRIVE-IN "The Home of the Famous California Delux Burger" Electronic Curb Service The…

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…

May 07, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 1) • Page Image 17

… task at the Big Ten championship without two of its top players. The Wolverines finished sixth. *hM' tennis finishes6th By Jacob Wheeler Daily Sports Writer What a difference rain can make. On April 27…

… record to 18-4. After falling behind 1-0 to No. 2 Indiana during the doubles point in the championship match, rain forced the Wolverines indoors to continue the rest of their singles matches. Michigan…

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…

December 07, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 48) • Page Image 10

… Tarpley kicked out of NBA Ex-Wolverine basketball star Roy Tarpley was suspended by the NBA Wednesday for using alcohol. Tarpley, who had previously been thrown out of the league for cocaine use…

Wolverines were .only 3-of-10 from long-range. 1 told them at halftime that ifanyone Michigan shoots down Eagles Kiefer leads Wolverines to 82-47 rout of Eastern Michigan By Jim Rose Daily Sports Writer Last…

… between the two in- state rivals. The Wolverines embarrassed the Eagles, 82-47, at Crisler Arena, to raise their record to 4-1. Eastern fell to 2-2. With both teams picked in preseason polls to finish last…

… in their respective conferences, the Eagles thought this was finally the year when they would hand Michigan a defeat. Eastern hasn't beaten the Wolverines since 1979. Early in the second half, however…

… contest. For most ofthe night, Michigan's Silver Shellman and Molly Murray took turns shutting down the 1994-95 honorable mention All-MAC selection. The Wolverines were sloppy, turn- ing the ball over 28…

… times. The Eagles, however, were sloppier. Their 34 turn- overs prevented them from making a serious run in the second half, and al- lowed Michigan to turn the game into a rout. The Wolverines weren't in…

… Willard and freshman Ann Lemireeach chipped in nine points for the Wolverines. Point guard Betsy Brown led Eastern See BLOWOUT, Page 11A EASTERN MICHIGAN (47) Notebook sees this film, every- one in the…

… country will play us zone," Michigan coach Trish Roberts said. The Wolverines responded in the second half. "(J enn ife r) Kiefer did a great job in the second half shooting the FG FT REB MIN K-A K-A OT A…

Wolverines fin- ished 8 for 17 (.470) on both their 3- pointers and free throws. These per- centages were just .008 behind their overall field goal percentage of .478 (33-69). A DRIVING ROSS GATHERS NO MOSS…

…: Junior guard Mekisha Ross was aver- aging only one point and two minutes of playing time in two games going into See WOLVERINES, Page IA Women gymnasts face off as fans 'Meet the Wolverines' I N, By…

December 07, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 61) • Page Image 9

… charge for the struggling Wolverines after the team only managed to tie the Golden Lions through the first half of Saturday's gamn. Sims not Harris, is the Michigan pulls past most valuable Wolverine upset…

… Basketball Wolverines' 67-53 win against Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Michigan was tied at 32 with an 0-5 team relatively new to Division I. And this time, Sims was the only one who played well - he had 15 points at…

… JUNCAJ Daily Sports Writer There are still problems, and the Wolverines know that. One torrid second-half run doesn't change much. But with the Michigan men's basketball team's 67-53 win over Arkansas…

… deficit for those ingredients to start boil- ing. The 16th-ranked Wolverines squared off against Ohio Univer- sity in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday after advancing past Niagara the…

… said. That's when Michigan's strengths began to surface. Experience. In last year's NCAA Tourna- ment, the Wolverines were down 2-1 in the first and second round and rallied to win in five sets on both…

… occasions. Michigan (26-9) had been in a come-from-behind situation before, and this predicament was nothing new for the veteran team. All of the Wolverines' current starters played in last year's tour…

… said. The Wolverines were facing an Ohio team that upended Notre bame - the Big East undefeated regular season champion - the previous night in five sets. Michigan's offensive average was an abysmal .172…

… before the Wolverines joined the CCHA. To come out of the cellar, Michigan was forced with to do something it has done just two times before this season - win the Saturday game after a loss in a weekend…

… series. The Wolverines managed to win 2-1. The weekend started out like many others this season, with Michigan falling behind early. But unlike games earlier in the season against Miami (Ohio) and Michi…

…- gan State, Michigan showed signs of life instead of laying down. In Friday's second period, soph- omore Luke Glendening picked up a turnover at the Wolverine blue line and beat an Ohio State defen…

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…

December 07, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 48) • Page Image 9

… to 16-14. After the Blue Devils can't convert on their end, the Wolverines at- tempt an alley-oop to even the score. But it fails, and the next thing you know, Bobby Hurley hits a three- pointer to…

… victories are made. The Blue Devils had plenty of momentum Saturday night at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Wolverines were so far away from acquiring it they might as well have watched the game on television…

… penalty and a game disqualification for Wolverine defenseman Aaron Ward and the Spartans' Bart Turner. Despite the fight following the contest, the game was a classic in every sense of the word. With the…

… for the Wolverines, Michigan State did not dump the puck. Spartan defenseman Steve Norton spot- ted Rem Murray at center ice. Murray fed the puck to teammate Bryan Smolinski. With the Wolverine players…

January 07, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 83) • Page Image 12

… 36 0 Woolfoik 1 10 0 Christian 1 10 0 Whips Huskies, 23-6 (Continued from Page 1) llw I true team in every respect." THAT IS ONE OF the factors which made the 1980 Wolverines so unique. The Rose…

… Bowl victory itself was of a very unique nature. In the past, Schembechler and the Wolverines have made a habit of out- playing their opposition between the 20- yard lines only to lose the so-called "big…

… Tom Flick displaying a bit of the marvelous passing touch which the national and international television audience was to see all after- noon, Washington marched from its own 36 to the Wolverine four…

… season which bounced for a Rose Bowl record of 73 yards ; an interception by cornerback Brian Carpenter at the Wolverines' eight-yard line to kill a second Huskie drive; and time con- straints at the end…

… up short. I wanted to win it for those guys-guys like (Ron) Simpkins, (Cur- tis) Greer-they came so close to win- ning a bowl game." But the bottom line is that the 1980 Michigan Wolverines will be…

…, Detroit 2 N.Y. Islanders 6, Totonto 3 College Basketball DePauls85, Maine 77 S. Alabama 76, Virginia Commonwealth62 Kansas St. 97, Oklhona City 49 SMU 53, Texas 51OT Rice 57, TCU 51 Wolverine icers…

… were recessed for the holidays, the Wolverines roared through five non-conference games and came clear with only one loss. Michigan's only defeat was in the finals of the Great Lakes Invitational…

… Tournament as it bowed to' Michigan Tech 3-2, in overtime. But that was the only bad part of the tournament for the Wolverines. Besides taking second, Michigan defeated rival Michigan State, and right wing…

… Ted Speers, defenseman' John Blum and goalie Paul Fricker were named to the all-tournament team. Fricker was also honored as Most Valuable Player of the tourney. The Wolverines handed the Spartans a 3…

… the Wolverines' success thus far to team contributions. "The key (to recent success) is that we're making slow and steady .progress and every one is making a team contribution. We have played with…

January 07, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 68) • Page Image 11

… inconsistency. The Wolverines' top scorers were lighting the lamps, but the production from the bottom half of the lineup wasn't there. Michigan has tallied 68 goals this season, but half of them came from three…

…'s unheralded for- wards. In the tournament's first game, a 5-0 win against Michigan Tech, rarely-used junior forward Antho- ny Ciraulo, got his name up on the scoreboard. The Wolverines played without sophomore…

January 07, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 69) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom Friday, January 8, 2010 - 7 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom Friday, January 8, 2010 - 7 Lions to Lambs Wolverines will continue to terrify M' steals…

… Penn State, the body language on both teams GJON afterward illus- JUNCAJ trated the total shock brought on by that furi- ous stretch. I haven't seen the Wolverines that ecstatic or overwhelmed after any…

… What last night's win proves the half' The Nittany Lions were Wolverine team will induce heart is beyond the "live and die by the shooting 54 percent and forcing attacks for the rest of the season three…

…Shawn Sims led the Wolver- ines with 10. But as poor as the Wolverines first half effort was, they put on a show in the second. Michigan started the game shooting 0-for-14 from behind the arc. But when…

… that kept the Wolverines in the contest during in most dire moments. "Credit the Sims kid because he kept them in the game to begin with," Penn State guard Talor Battle said. "Every time we would try to…

… game." The Wolverines had nine turn- overs in the first half - their sea- son average is 10 per game - but got it together and had just three in the second half. Sims started the game hot, making his…

… turns' type of think- ing, where 'OK, I've got my own gameplan.' " While the win was Michigan's first true road win this season, more importantly, it proved that the Wolverines could dig them- selves out…

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…

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