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October 30, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 24) • Page Image 10

… recruiting classWednesday when he verbally committed to play for the Wolverines next season. Crawford joins guards Kevin -aines, a blue chip recruit, and Gavin Groninger, giving Michigan what looks like a…

…,, he committed to play at Fresno State, but could not make the academic cut. The Wolverines are still in the running for several re-ruits -- Michigan coach Brain Ellerbe has said he envisions a class…

October 10, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 9) • Page Image 8

… opponents. The Wolverines have been strong favorites at each of their meets this sea- son and have not disappointed so far, winning each one in dominant fashion. The Wolverines look to continue this trend…

… when they travel to Dowagiac for the Michigan Intercollegiate Invitational tomorrow afternoon. The Wolverines will face different division teams from across Michigan. The toughest challenges should come…

October 08, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 8) • Page Image 12

… have defined the battles between the Wolverines and Spartans. Out of the 91 contests between the two schools, I tried to pick the 10 best Michigan-Michigan State games of all time. It was a tough task…

…-Michigan After winning the national champi- onship the season before, the Wolverines travel to East Lansing to play Michigan State College at Macklin Field, the Spartans' brand new facility. The Spartans had lost…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 15

… season. The Wolverines haven't been able to mount any sort of a significant win- ning streak. It seems as though every time they win, they lose the next match. This pattern has been especially evident as…

… of late, as the Wolverines have gone 2-2 in their past four matches, sandwiching two losses Seen wins over Northwestern and innesota. This weekend the team travels to Penn State and Ohio State, and…

…, William Clay Ford, who started a fund-raising program for them. This weekend, the new courts will be given a proper inauguration by hosting the first annual Wolverine Invitational. The Wolverines have…

… Hart and Danielle Lund, the eighth-ranked doubles team in the preseason polls, were defeated by South Alabama which was ranked 47th. And this will be the Wolverines' second team tournament. The team sent…

… really well and will be competing again this week- end." Notre Dame, which has defeated the Wolverines the two times they've met in the Classic, will be one of the teams to travel to Ann Arbor this…

October 02, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 4) • Page Image 10

… luxurious facility, a veter- an team and a full summer of prac- tice behind it. Now all that is left for the Wolverines is to go out and dom- inate. In their 101st season, the Wolverines will get their first…

… competition in the nation. The Wolverines will face teams that are expected to be in the top 20 - including Notre Dame, Duke, North Carolina and up-and-coming teams William & Mary and Virginia Commonwealth…

… summer of grea something the Wolverin have last fall due to inj nine members are returni ing senior Brook Blain,N back after missing the sec last season due to a backi The first preseason ran finally…

…) ranki meaning," he said. "We cerned about playing righ Last season's Wolverin 54th in the polls, with record of 9-14. This seaso is their best chance to NCAA by storm. "We have the potential t 15 or top…

…-20 team," Eisne The Wolverines are als their fall preparation a MARGARET MYERS/Daily Junior William Farah and the rest of the Michigan men's tennis team face a difficult challenge this weekend in…

… North Carolina. ,The Wolverines will face some of the top teams in the nation at the Tar Heel Invitational. It should Tisch Tennis Center. it the com- Completed in early 1997, . tlie state…

… spectator t practice, facilities should be completed.by es did not next summer. uries. All With a top-notch structure in ng, includ- which to play, the Wolverines will be who comes able to gain an extra step…

… a top- The Wolverines will then try"to r added. bring back what came to Michigan o enjoying 40 long years ago - a natiUI t the new championship. ire for Eck weekend. Although the Wolverines are ranked…

… 19th iie nation - tops in the Big Ten --Zawacki sai#Ie girls are not overconfident. "Every team works hard over the sumr:' Zawacki said. "Preseason rankings don't ri ab much." The Wolverines will have…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 21

… Daily Sports Writer Last year was supposed to be the year of lowered expectations for the Michigan hockey team. The Wolverines were supposed to finish third in the CCHA, put up a good fight at regionals…

…, and use that experience to contend for the national title this year. Way to screw things up, guys. Instead of bowing out quietly in the regionals, the Wolverines made a trip that they weren't supposed…

October 04, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

…'s soccer team night as well be kicking field goals - t boots more balls over the net than in t. That is why the Wolverines are 2-6-1. "We'd be winning if we were scoring," Vichigan coach Debbie Belkin said…

… the field," Belkin said. 'It's just putting that final (touch)." The Wolverines will try to find a rem- xdy for their scoring woes when they :lash with the Titans today at Detroit. The Titans (7…

October 13, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 11) • Page Image 9

… Fisher. The news reached far beyond the Ann Arbor limits. Former Wolverines and their families from all across the nation blew steam about the way things were handled and felt sorry for the players in the…

…. Athletic Director Bo Schembechler chose Fisher to run his team, beginning immediately with the first round of the tournament. Fisher and the Wolverines went on to win the championship, beating Seton Hall, 80…

October 17, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 15) • Page Image 12

… this season with flying colors. In the process, the Wolverines have been setting records, thanks to their one- two punch of John Mortimer and Kevin Sullivan. Mortimer and Sullivan have combined1 to win…

… every invita- tional title so far this season. The rest of the team hasn't let up either, resulting in a team victory every week the Wolverines have competed. When Michigan traveled to compete in an elite…

… $,000-meter courses of the season - it's own Michigan Golf Sourse, the site of the Wolverine Interregional at lI a.m. unday. "It's by far the toughest course we have run on all year," Michigan junior Todd…

… the Wolverines' home course. ' "I know it like the back of my hand," Snyder said. 4Although we don't run too many races on the course, we all tnow it so well. We do a lot of workouts on the course." r…

…,"Snyder said. "Kenyans bring fear into the hearts of all American runners:" a The Wolverines will also get a look at some individuals 4who raced in pre-nationals last weekend. "It will be nice to. see how we…

… stack up against those runners," Snyder ,said. Last season, the Wolverines did not win the Wolverine Interregional, finishing second behind North Carolina State. ,But last season is a different story. The…

Wolverines were ranked 10th at this time last year. (They were also without Sullivan and senior Don a McLaughlin - both of whom were red-shirted. o The Wolverines also had two freshmen, Jay Cantin and Steve…

… Lawrence, who now have a season under their belts. Some things won't change, however. Mortimer finished first last year and won the individual crown. The Wolverines have the advantage this weekend and expect…

October 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 14

… territory. Once there, though, they were met by stiff resistance on the part of the Wolverine defense. Penn State's shots were batted away, and the ball was cleared outof theMichigan zone. Smith praised her…

… conference games, tallying just two goals over that span. The lack of offensive punch is due to the fact that last year, the Wolverines' top two scorers graduated. Kalli Hose and Keely Libby accounted for 41…

… of Michigan's 106 points in 1993. Last year's third-leading scorer, Aaleya Koreishi, has been moved to defense to aid the development of the Wolverines' youth. Koreishi, who tallied 13 points last year…

…, now leads the defensive corps which features five under- classmen. FINALLY, A 'W': Michigan's 1-0 defeat of Penn State yesterday marks the first time the Wolverines have defeated the Nittany Lions. The…

Wolverines now sport a 1-5 lifetime record against Penn State. The victory also ended a four-game losing skid for Michigan and gave goalkeeper Rachael Geisthardt her second shutout this season. The Wolverines

Wolverines' Julie Flachs scored at the 8:31 mark of the first half against Penn State, it marked a number of firsts. Flachs' goal was the first scored by Michigan at home FIELD HOCKEY NOTEBOOK against a…

… conference opponent. It also ended a scoring drought of 144 minutes and 37 seconds by the Wolverines. The span last through Michigan's past three games, against Penn State, Ohio State and Iowa. The last time…

… the Wolverines scored was on a Koreishi goal at 13:08 of the first half versus the Hawkeyes. Flachs' goal leaves her in third place in total points for Michigan this season. Junior Gia Biagi lead the…

…, meanwhile, have only gone 2-for-10 How- ever, Ohio State was much more successful than the Wolverines' second weekend opponent, Penn State. The Buckeyes converted on two of three attempts, while the Nittany…

…, the Wolverines were able to sing their fight song while jogging the celebratory victory lap for the first time against a conference foe. Michigan is now 1-3 in the Big Ten, with losses to Ohio State…

October 02, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

… 9A wSILJtcrn d, i...- - omen's golf fights the blues athome By Dan Lev For the Daily Michigan women's golf coach Kathy Teichert hopes there's no place like home for the Wolverines. After two tour…

… happen, we'll have trouble being competitive." Ax struggling women's golf team will look-to get on track this weekend when Michigan hosts its only tournament of the year, the Wolverine Invitational. 'Two…

… weeks ago at the Lady Northern I2Lte at Penn State, Michigan finished a ppointing 14th out of 16 teams. The p6of finish was especially frustrating for the-Wolverines, because it came a week after a…

Wolverine Invitational, but this year she hasn't been Wjfied with her scores. haven't been playing well, Park s4g"What I need is to gain confidence itOdyself. Once I do that, I'll probably -(better." .'ark…

… ourselves.' Michigan will be part of a 13-team field featuring five Big Ten teams, including last year's Wolverine fitational tournament champion, diana. The tournament will be played in a six…

October 27, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 21) • Page Image 16

…6B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 27, 1997 Don't panic: Michigan's seaso JOHN KRAFT/Daily Greg Crozier and the rest of the Wolverines will have to improve their defense and special…

… expecting the Wolverines to pick up exactly where they left off last year.t "I'd rather lose 10 games att the beginning of the year ...- and win a national champi- onship, than go 30-0 and lose the last two…

October 14, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 12) • Page Image 10

…10- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 14, 1997 1M iers grew up against Gophers Y i V By Chris Farah Daily Sports Writer The Wolverines had heard it all before. From the media, from the fans and…

… it had relied for four years? The Wolverines were young; they werel inexperienced; they didn't know the system yet, and it would ~ probably take time for them to develop a win-! ning chemistry. How…

October 28, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 21) • Page Image 14

…68 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 28, 1996 M' soccer shells fill-in Dayton goalkeeper on way to 3-0 win 'V.> 4 -'--,- -ft By Mike Rubi For the Daily The Michigan Wolverines may…

… offense." The Wolverines (3-3-1 Big Ten, 7-6-3 overall) dominated play over Dayton (9-8-0), potting two goals in the opening stanza and an insurance goal in the final period. Michigan forward Ruth Poulin…

October 28, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 21) • Page Image 16

… blew away the Michigan field hockey team's thoughts of revenge and its glimering hopes of an NCCA tournament bid this week- end in Iowa City. The Wolverines dropped their weekend matches to No. 4 Iowa…

…:24 left in the game. Goalie Donna Barg turned away four Wolverine shots to record the shutout for the Wildcats. "We had a couple of good indi- vidual performances, but we didn't play well as a team today…

… Hawkeyes' 2-0 over- time victory in Ann Arbor two weeks ago. During that game the Wolverines had three goals disal- lowed. The match's extremely close nature left a bad taste with the highly ranked Hawkeyes…

…. "I think revenge was a definite factor for Iowa," Michigan assis- tant coach Meri Demrow said. "Iowa is a very tough place to play with 400 fans yelling 'Go Hawks' for the entire game." The Wolverines

… were able to stay with the Hawkeyes for most of the first half, gaining hope of an up- set. Lisa Sweeny gave the Hawkeyes a 1-0 lead six minutes into the game. However, the Wolverines' defense tightened…

… Fowler broke the tie for the Hawkeyes with eight minutes to play in first half, giving them a 2-1 halftime advantage. Goalie Nicole Hoover was able to keep the Wolverines in the game with 18 saves, but the…

… Hawkeyes outshot the Wolverines, 15-0, in the second half. In the end, Iowa's of- fensive pressure proved to be too much as Heather Bryant and Jamie Rofrano recorded second half goals, giving the Hawkeyes…

… represent the state of Michigan in regional play. However, an experienced Wolverine squad held on for the victory, improving its record to 6-4. "We played a spectacular game," captain John Swis said. "Six…

… guys went to a camp for the 'M' select side, so a lot of players had to fill in." The Wolverines scored oneach of their first three trys, opening up a twelve-point advantage. However, " 1 a victory the…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 18

Wolverines will be playing to stay on top of the Big Ten conference standings and defend last season's conference championship. On the opposite sideline, the Spartans are salivating to test their newly found…

… of our games to be conference champs," Michigan senior captain Amy Philbrook said. "Beating them athome would be big." -hilbrook said that the Wolverines will focus on playing all 70 minutcs of Sunday…

… annual Wolverine Interregional, which begins at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday. It consists of several hills, some of which are short and steep, some of which are long and grad- ual. The shifting landscape forces…

…-America John Mortimer. The Wolverines will take their knowledge and their strength into this week's Interregional, where they hope to continue their winning ways. They have at least tied for first in their past…

… meets. This weekend, the Wolverines are running on the course they know better than anyone, in front of family and fans that want and expect them to win. As far as being in front of the home crowd, the…

… team has good incentive to perform well. History shows that the Wolverines shouldn't need much in the way of motivation, though. They have won the event two of the past five times it's been run (it wasn…

Wolverines went on to win Big Tens just weeks later. They are looking for similar results this year. All along, Michigan coach Ron Warhurst and his play- ers have been stressing that the most important parts…

… of the season are Big Tens and the NCAA Championships, both of which are yet to come. "Every meet is a stepping stone to those two," Mortimer said. Clearly, the Wolverines are looking ahead to the big…

October 24, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 19) • Page Image 15

… said, 'Well, you could go visit the pipeline."' When the Wolverines are not debat- mg whether to go see some oil, they will be trying to notch their fourth win in as many games. R Madden comes into…

… tonight's confer- cne duel as Michigan's hottest player. The senior center, who is tied for the team lead in goals and points, scored two goals in the Wolverines' 3-0 victory over Maine one week ago. The…

October 29, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 24) • Page Image 8

… Northwestern a must-win situation for the Michigan volleyball team. And the Wolverines (8-3 Big Ten, 15-7 overall) responded, spanking the Wildcats, 15-9, 15-5, 15-3. Just three days earlier, the Wolverines

… suffered a heart- breaking loss to Ohio State. After starting the season with the best conference record in history of the program, the Wolverines had lost two of their last four games before facing…

October 27, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 21) • Page Image 13

… for the Big Ten ampionships starting Nov. 3. For the Wolverines, the game basi- Ily amounts to a tune-up and a chance get used to the field before the con- rence tournament. "There is no pressure for us…

…'t raise our eed... it is not a o-or-die same." - Debbie Belkin Michigan women's soccer coach "They play a direct game," said elkin. "They use long balls. They're aggressive, fast team." The Wolverines' last…

October 31, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 25) • Page Image 10

… this past weekend only reinforced Berenson's point. The game brought to light the ineffectiveness of Michigan's special teams, which struggled for most of the game. The Wolverines' penalty kill provided…

…," Berenson said. "But then as you get within the pres- sure of the games, you have to react and read what's going on." Regardless, Berenson's headache doesn't end with Michigan's special teams. The Wolverines

October 29, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 24) • Page Image 9

… highly regarded Michigan State would still be in contention for the con- ference title. But this Sunday, it will be the Wolverines - who have spent the entire season proving the experts wrong - who will…

… only fitting that their final home game could coincide with a championship, since their leadership and play have been indispensible parts of the Wolverines' title run. The seniors - Sandra Cabrera, Julie…

October 20, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 16) • Page Image 17

… out the hard way in Friday night's loss to Colgate, when the Wolverines failed to capitalize on each of their seven power play opportunities. Being successful on the power play was also a key to…

… Saturday night's game against the Red Raiders - this time to Michigan's advantage. The Wolverines had plenty of chances to get their chemistry right Saturday, and this time they made good, scoring on four of…

October 21, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 17) • Page Image 12

…12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 21, 1994 Adrian proves no match for men's soccer. Easy 3-0 victory over Bulldogs prepares Wolverines for weekend tournament By JOHN LEROI Daily Sports…

… Writer If time of possession was a statis- tic kept in soccer, the Michigan men's soccer team would surely lead the Big Ten. But the Wolverines did more than just keep control of the ball - they also put…

October 29, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 22) • Page Image 10

… Kasiborski Daily Sports Writer How much difference can one loss make? The Michigan women's volleyball team split its matches this weekend, beating Indiana and losing to Purdue. The Wolverines' 3-7 Big Ten…

… than this or than that. This match shows we. really aren't right now." Both the Hoosiers and the Boilermakers are - lower-division teams, and they are teams that the Wolverines have to beat if they want…

October 17, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 14) • Page Image 10

… Michigan Intercollegiate Invitational, the Wolverines may have something to prove Sunday. That task will not be easy, however, as nationally-ranked Georgetown as well as strong teams from Bowling Green and…

… North Carolina State will compete in the Interregional. The Wolverines know that defeating the Hoyas may be too much to ask, but they are hoping to keep the race close. "We definitely want to win, but…

… ener- gy for the end. The plan did not proceed as he hoped. At the two mile marker, the Wolverine runners trailed Stanford's running pack by 25-30 seconds. Warhurst said that Michigan had to go all out…

… race. "One thing I can tell you is we're going to get the Michigan guys in front, not 100 yards behind at the mile mark." The Wolverines won't have to travel outside of the county for their next meet…

October 11, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 10) • Page Image 12

…-to-back victories this weekend would give the Wolverines their first four-match winning streak. To achieve Wolverines will have to defeat two nationally- ranked oppo- nents, No. 12 Northwestern and No. 2 Iowa. For…

… the u n r a n k e d Wolverines, the task may not be easy. this, however, the This weekend Who: Michigan vs. No. 2 Iowa and No. 12 Northwestern When: Iowa, today, 3 p.m.; Northwestern tomorrow, noon…

October 04, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 4) • Page Image 16

… ball into the far- left corner to one of many long rallies. The Wolverines finished off the fourth game with an I1-0 run. Of the nine points in the run, only two came from Purdue attack errors as the…

Wolverines' forced the fifth game, 15-7. The fifth game was close, but the Wolverine never had the lead even though they were never more than three points down at once. Sarah Behnke's three kills in a row…

… forced a tie at the tenth and eleventh points. Then the bottom fell out. The Wolverines missed a serve. They.com- mitted a net violation. And a quick Boilermaker sideout ended the Wolverines' final…

…, 15-9. In the fourth game, Michigan only managed four points. After Wisconsin put together a five-point run to take the lead 7-4, the Wolverines hit nine kills. But the Badgers still managed to score…

… Waite said. "If you don't, it's not much fun." The Wolverines began the third game with a 13-7 lead off a 6-0 run, but couldn't execute for two sideouts in a row until Wisconsin had pulled them- selves up…

… to 10. Not even Kacor's team- high 14 kills saved the game for the Wolverines as Wisconsin's home crowd stood and yelled, "point Wisconsin" as the Badgers pulled out a 16-14 game- three win for the…

… tough in West Lafayette this weekend for the Wolverines, who conference foes Wisconsin and Purdue. It's the pits for M' without str Pittenger's absence disrupts rhythm, has Blue sagging in Big Ten '.3…

… Michigan had won the first game, the Wolverines suddenly found themselves on the defen- sive, behind 2-1. Michigan coach Mark Rosen was calling numerous timeouts to try and calm his team down. "Those are the…

…'s heroics weren't enough to save Michigan. The Wolverines lost the fifth game and the match, 15-12. "When the system breaks down like that, typically it'z a mistake of passion," Rosen said. "People trying to…

Wolverines have been beset by setbacks - a pummeling by No. 2 Penn State, outside hitter Alija Pittenger's ankle sprain, and losses to Wisconsin and Purdue. Pittenger sprained her ankle during Tiesday…

October 22, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 18) • Page Image 13

… weekend. The team travels to No. 7 Penn State on Friday, and then to No. 18 Ohio State on Sunday. The two teams constitute the biggest threats to Michigan's defense of its Big Ten title. The Wolverines were…

… weekend would assure the Wolverines at least a share of the Big Ten title. Even more importantly, a win on Friday would show the eam that it can compete with and defeat the mighty Lady Lims. Penn State has…

… midseason form, 'hen they beat Penn State and lost by one goal to Michigan. n recent weeks, the team has slipped out of the top 10 nation- illy, and out of the Big Ten lead. The Wolverine who may be the most…

… presence this weekend could lead o the Wolverines playing a stronger game than they did in the earns' prior meetings. Despite the strong play of her replacements two weeks ago, hilbrook's injury required a…

October 13, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 11) • Page Image 19

…I{ tEMIN9gBIV L ! MItTA; ;t 4)22~' 1~~ii VS, a~ w 0 ay. OeUT ift . _ ... i I w -w- w MKOW 61i ti The 1996-97 Wolverines Uncertainty should provide exciting a By Sharat Raju Daily Sports…

… Writer Western Michigan coach Bill Wilkinson said it best: "I'd like to wel- come Michigan back to the CCHA."' In recent seasons, the Wolverines did not play in the CCHA, metaphorically speaking. They were…

October 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 11) • Page Image 11

… only did Lake Superior have a physical edge at the time of the goal, it had two more men on the ice than Michigan. The Wolverines, on the other hand, got'he equal- izer four minutes later at 13:13, when…

… the Wolverines ahead, 2-1, at the 13:35 mark of the first period with a power-play goal. The score came just 22 se/- 9nds after Jason Botterill put the Wolverines on the scoreboard. Michigan scored…

October 16, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 12) • Page Image 12

… weekend of the year thus far for the Michigan field hockey team. The Wolverines battled for the Big Ten conference regular season title. The weekend, however, was a disappointment for them. Michigan battled…

… Northwestern Friday and met Iowa Sunday at Ocker Field. The Wolverines fell to both the Wildcats, 2-1, and the Hawkeyes, 3-2. With the losses, Michigan dropped to 3-4 in the conference and 10-6 overall…

… Sunday, 2-0. Badger sophomore Ruth Brennan tapped a looseball past Wolverine goalie Jori Welchans to tie the game at two near the end of regulation Friday. The Badgers got the game-winning goal, four…

… midfield battle, with neither team taking any chances. The Badgers tied the game on a Heather Willihnganz shot that went through Welchans' grasp. Only 15 seconds later, Wolverine freshman Jessica Limauro…

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

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

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

October 27, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 21) • Page Image 10

Wolverines in their pursuit to become a one of the top teams in the Big Ten. The Wolverines' season began in East Lansing for the Mary Fossum/Spartan Invitational. Michigan finished the tournament tied for…

… would play." The Wolverines' second tournament of the year was the Lady Northern Invitational in West Lafayette. The Lady Northern could be called nothing short of a disaster, as the Wolverines finished…

… the season for the Wolverines was at home, in the Wolverine Invitational. The inconsistency con- tinued, as Michigan posted scores of 330-329. Although they finished fourth overall in the tournament…

…, the Wolverines were inconsistent in their short game and did not post the scores they were capable of shooting. The Wolverine Invitational did produce the best individual performance of the season for…

… the Wolverines, as senior Sharon Park finished second, shooting 76-80. Freshman Misia Lemanski also stepped it up for the Wolverines, finishing 15th with scores of 83-82. "Each tournament we added…

… tournament of the fall, at the Notre Dame Invitational in Bonita Springs, Fla., the Wolverines turned in their best performance of the season. They shot their two lowest scores of the season, 315-316, and…

… had another day to play again." The time off between tournaments caused the turnaround in Michigan's performance, Teichert said. After the Lady Northern Invitational, the Wolverines had three weeks to…

… chipping and putting. The practice paid dividends in the Notre Dame Invitational. The Wolverines were able to use their improved short games to post lower scores. "Misia only hit six greens in regulation and…

… scores for the Wolverines, finishing sixth and 15th, respectively. Teichert had good things to say about the development of all of the players on the team, but wanted to keep things in perspective. "They…

… only to develop individual skills, but to develop as a team as well. With so many new players, the Wolverines had to develop team chemistry. "As a team we have gotten a lot closer,' freshman Bess Bowers…

October 19, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 15) • Page Image 16

… country. When it starts to pour, the tarp isn't rolled out. Instead, the race goes on as planned. So when the third-ranked Wolverines stepped to the line yesterday at the Wolverine Interregional, the…

… weather took a back seat to the task at hand - tuning up for the Big Ten champi- onships. "I thought we competed hard," Michigan coach Mike McGuire said after the Wolverines captured the fifth, eighth…

…, ninth, 22nd and 27th positions en route to a 71-point performance, good enough for first place. The Wolverines were challenged throughout the race by a competitive Georgetown team that ended up second…

… with 87 points. "Georgetown's got a really good team," McGuire said. "We're not beat- ing the sisters of the poor out there." Leading the way for the Wolverines ila I ~7IMAIN= I11111- I The Worldwide…

Wolverines maintained their undefeated record, some usually solid runners admitted to an off day. "I didn't have it today," McGregor said. "There were a lot of people out there who had it and I didn't. "I…

… MYLRsDaly Katie McGregor couldn't do it all today, but luckily she had help from her Michigan teammates. The Wolverines won the Interregional, edging Georgetown. Wolvennes spank Spartans, 4-0 PEPRALLY…

… over the Wolverines since 1994. The Wolverines (5-3-1 Big Ten, 1 1-3- 1 overall) blanked the Spartans 4-0 at Old College Field in East Lansing, while tallying their fourth shut-out in seven games…

… goal rained from the feet of the Wolverines with more than 22 percent of those shots reaching the back of the net. At the 22:42 mark of the first half, Jessica Limauro put Michigan on the board, thanks…

…." The Wolverines maintained the offen- sive intensity and defensive dominance of the first half after the break. Only eight minutes into the half, Michigan's Emily Schmitt blasted an unassisted goal to…

… give the Wolverines a nearly insurmountable lead. As the game drew to a close Limauro's pass to Laurie Peterson allowed her to score the second goal of her college career and add an exclama- tion point…

October 14, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 11) • Page Image 13

… most of its first home-pool advantage in 12 years by winning the Wolverine Invitational in convincing fashion. No game was affected more by the partisan Michigan crowd of nearly 300 than Friday's 14…

… playing on the road." The Wolverines continued their romp with victories of 16-3 over Indiana, 8-7 over Northwestern, and 12-6 over Purdue Saturday. The Northwestern match, Michigan's closest of the tourna…

…- ment, provided the Wolverines with a chance to avenge their one- point loss to the Wildcats in last weekend's tournament in Madison. Michigan did not squander the op- portunity, despite narrowly avoid…

… relatively large, as far aswater polo venues are con- cerned, and the Wolverines com- bined this with superb condition- ing to wear down their opponents throughout the tournament. The Wolverines were led in…

… The Michigan women's golf team has been battling consistency problems all year. This weekend, Michigan played very consistently. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, though they played consistently…

… mediocre. The Wolverines 980 (329-327- 324) earned them a distant third among 10 teams behind Longwood's 963 (312-322-329) and champion Penn State's 930 (309-302-319) in the Lady Lion Fall Invitational. "I…

… think we will finish way up on top somewhere," Wolverine coach Sue LeClair said going into the tournament, "at least in the top three." While the Wolverines did indeed finish in the top three, they did…

… not come close to posting the team scores they have come to expect from themselves. Kristin Beilstein's 238 (83-78- 77) paced the Wolverines as she fin- ished eighth in the individual stand- ings…

… them the thirteenth and twenty-eighth positions, respec- tively. The Wolverines' leaders at the season's start, Erica Zonder (85-87- 82) and Wendy Bigler (85-83-86), both also shot 254, their worst…

… place, the Wolverines came back with a 316 and a 325 to drop to fourth and then finish in ninth place. Michigan vowed it wouldn't happen again and went to the Lady Northern and claimed sixth place among…

October 23, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 19) • Page Image 17

…'s cross-country team set three goals at the beginning of the season. The Wolverines wanted to win the Big Ten, win dis- tricts and finish in the top five at nationals. So far, Michigan has been taking the…

… right steps toward achieving these goals. The Wolverines have been cruising thus far this year and are steadily approaching their season goals. The team has been just that, a team. Michigan has…

October 11, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 9) • Page Image 9

… guy. TEING But it proved OFF to be too diffi- cult for the coach. The Wolverines went 3-0 during the nonconference season, so Carr decided to keep putting it off. That seemed to be fine for Carr and the…

Wolverines. Michigan whipped Wisconsin and thumped Purdue, so Carr decided to keep putting off the all-important deci- sion of who will be the starting quarterback. Saturday, Carr's procrastination finally…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

October 14, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 12) • Page Image 8

… is fine-tuning its play in preparation for the Big Ten season. This week finds two of the Wolverines playing against some of the nation's top players at the Volvo All-American Tournament in Austin…

… draw of the tournament. Three other Wolverines, however, played in the qualifying rounds last weekend. Grady Burnett will continue to play this week, having won all four of his qualifying matches over…

… WEINSTEIN FOR THE DAILY "I expect improvement," said women's softball coach Carol Hutchins. "I expect this team to work hard and then see where it gets , us." For a Wolverine squad returning three All-Big Ten…

…-week fall sea- son, the Wolverines will take part in two tournaments. The first of these four-team round-robin exhibition tour- naments will be held this weekend at Alumni Field. The Wolverines will battle…

… team possesses only one senior - All-Big Ten shortstop Mary Campana--the Wolverines will be returning their entire infield from a year ago. This includes third baseman Tracy Carr, last year's Big Ten…

… of its class. Last weekend, the team went to Columbus, in what turned out to be a very successful tournament. Even though the Wolverines lost their first game to Ohio State 13-12, the disap…

…- pointmentvanishedafterbeatingMichi- gan State, 17-11, and Indiana, 17-9. The Spartan contest was important for the Wolverines because the victory qualified them for the Collegiate Club National Championship. The champi- onships…

… foes Northwestern, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin, as well asNotre Dame and EasternMichi- gan. Wolverine Michael Roeder said he is looking forward to this weekend to see if the team can turn…

October 30, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 24) • Page Image 10

… Western Michigan. Some might think it would be easy for the Wolverines to look ahead to next week's matchup with the defending national champion Lake Superior State Lakers, but Michigan knows that the…

… home." The home-and-home series commences tonight in Kalamazoo, where Western (1-1 overall) hosts the Wolverines (3-0). Tomorrow the series swings back to Ann Arbor. Both games have a 7 p.m. starting…

… Yost before any Wolverine fans made plans for the weekend. In an attempt to fill Yost with Maize and Blue faithful, the ticket department held a special sale for Michigan students and faculty be- fore…

… the remainder of the tickets went on sale to the general public. The results of the successful sale gave the Wolverines a rare home-ice advantage against the Spartans in Yost. This year the Michigan…

… Ticket Department has announced another special student and staff ticket sale for the Wolverines' game against Michigan State at Yost Ice Arena on December 4. Two thousand tickets will be available…

… Office. Tickets cost $5 for reserved seat- ing behind the goal. A maximum of four tickets can be purchased with valid identification. FALLEN FELSNER: Denny Felsner, an all-American with the Wolverines last…

…. Saturday morning, Michigan begins its defense of the Big Ten ... er, 5th Midwest Soccer Championships in Columbus against Penn State. The Wolverines may have the toughest draw of the Championships with Penn…

October 14, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 12) • Page Image 19

…Thursday. October 14, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 19A A STAR BETWEEN TJ'HE POSTS Stewart finally running her show BY DAVID Mossi * DAILY SPORTS WRITER s the clock ticked down and the Wolverines

… was a breakout year for the Wolverines. Michigan posted an 18-4-1 record, capturing the Big Ten regular season title. The Wolverines were now on the map in the soccer world and Stewart was a big part of…

October 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 10) • Page Image 20

…8B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 12, 1998 Defending team title easy as one-two-three for Wolverines x Despite finishing 20 seconds behind last year's winning time at the Murray…

… Michigan men's cross country team managed to successfully defend its 1997 team title at this year's Murray Keatinge Invitational in Orono, Maine this past Saturday. The sixth-ranked Wolverines, run- ning on…

… Maine's course, finished with 27 points to second-place Iowa's 64. In addition to taking the team title for the second straight year, a Wolverine took the individual title at the event for the fourth…

… consecutive year. Senior John Mortimer successfully defended his '97 crown, running the 8,000-meter course in 24:01. Actually, the Wolverines finished one-two-three in the race. Behind Mortimer, who was about…

… last three meets of the season," McGuire said. "We know it will be our sternest test to date and I think we'll respond to that." But the Wolverines are already look- ing forward to Saturday's meet if…

…, they won. For the Wolverines, winning wasn't the only important part of this trip to the East Coast, though. "A trip like this gives the kids a chance to see different parts of the country ... to not be…

… week's Wolverine Invitational (at the Michigan Golf Course) and the upcoming Big Ten Championships. The meet was also a perfect event to rest any runners who have been nursing injuries, with no other…

…. In many cases, some teams' best runners sit certain meets out, which affects where they finish and their subsequent rankings. "Rankings don't mean that much," Warhurst said. The Wolverines will take…

…Guire said. "She's really starting to catch fire. She's just gotta continue to train and race and it will come around for her." After the announcement of the final results, the Wolverines turned their…

… attention toward the Michigan Interregional. The meet, which features many of the country's top teams will be held at the Michigan Golf Course -the Wolverines' home course - this Saturday. "It's time to step…

October 28, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 21) • Page Image 11

… 1okey team must think that three is the key to victo- Against No. 19 Penn State on Friday, three goals ,ould have been enough to win if the matches were nly half as long, as the Wolverines and the…

… Lady Lions were deadlocked, 2-2, after one half of play. . Unfortunately for the Wolverines, the Lady Lions were not aware of the nagic of three and scored five goals in the second half en route to a 7…

…'s just that she really wasn't into it. You see, she didn't take much pride in being a Wolverine. Fortunately for Michigan, it rarely affected Flaherty on the field. Two years later, Flaherty, a junior, has…

… become one of the best players in the three-year history of the Michigan women's soccer program. The midfielder is the Wolverines' all-time leading point-producer, a two-time' All-Big Ten selection, and…

… Michigan as Flaherty did. Part of Flaherty's problem awaited her and other freshmen when they first arrived at Michigan - the upperclassmen already on the team. These Wolverines were part of the program as…

October 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 11) • Page Image 12

… eligible for several assists. Only one goal in Michigan's 4-2 victory over Lake Superior was scored at even strength. The most telling image of the game came early in the second period, when seven Wolverines

…) penalty for doing that." Luhning didn't just grab the guy. He got the Laker in a headlock from behind and yanked him off Peach's back. Peach - playing in his first big game as a Wolverine - was pleasantly…

… second period, for a total of 26 in the stanza. Thirteen different Wolverines earned penalties on the night, and the penalty virus found an unlikely host at the end of the game. All four of Michigan…

… in the box for eight minutes of the final peri- od, the Wolverines came out on top in a grinder of a game. Before Matt Herr scored the short- handed goal that put the game away for the Wolverines, he…

… had to pay the price physically. "Those things happen," Herr said If two is company and three is a crowd, what's seven? That's how many Wolverines were in the penalty box Saturday night. about a…

… Michigan Intercollegiate in Dowagiac by an upstart Eastern Michigan squad, 41- 45. "Wake-up call," was how senior cap- tain Jen Barber described the experience - the Wolverines' first loss of the sea- son…

…. The loss came at an invitational the Wolverines have won ever since it began in 1987. "Overall, we had a couple of good races - no one (on our team) had an awful race by any means," Barber said…

…. Michigan's runners did finish strong- ly, despite the four-point loss. Freshman Elizabeth Kampfe placed sixth overall for the Wolverines, while sophomore Katie McGregor came in ninth. Freshmen Marcy Akard…

… and Allison Noe were not far behind with ninth- and 11 th- place finishes, respectively. Barber placed 12th overall. The Wolverines' best efforts were not enough to beat the Eagles, however, whose top…

…'s hard when you're not expecting (to lose)." Softball The Michigan softball team hosted Eastern Michigan, Wayne State and Toledo in the Wolverine Classic at Alumni Field this weekend. Michigan was not a…

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

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

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

October 14, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 12) • Page Image 14

… contender in the 2L -Irac l ' R r ! - 4r_ 1n . A spark. The Michigan women's volley- ball team needs one so badly, it may start scraping steel and flint together. The Wolverines are down, fol- lowing a…

… against the Irish. The first game was close, but the Fighting Irish's experience and steadi- nrss helped them to a 15-8 victory. Passing errors hurt the Wolverines in thee second game as Notre Dame romped…

October 05, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 5) • Page Image 10

… con- ference play on September 23, expectations were high. But now with almost half of the Big Ten season behind them, the Wolverines need to make a significant turnaround in the weeks ahead. Michigan…

… Biagi said. "Michigan State is tougher this year and they are not a team we can just assume victory against." In order to win today, the Wolverines will have to improve their offensive presence. In its…

October 29, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 23) • Page Image 12

… field hockey team dropped in the NCAA poll after losses to Northwestern, 4-3, and Ball State, 3-1. The Wolverines hope that wins over Michigan State (0-7 Big Ten, 5-10 overall) today and Maine (3…

…-2-1 North Atlantic, 11-3-1) Sunday are enough to catapult them back into the poll. The Wolverines' fall from the top 20 was frustrating for the team and curious to observers. "Why should they drop out…

… losstoateamnotrankedinthetop 12 was an overtime loss to Ohio State. Four of its six losses are to top-five teams. w "It is incredibly disappointing," Wolverine assistant coach Meri Dembrow said. "I guess it goes with the…

… achallenge for the Wolverines. Michi- gan will need to win both games, coupled with victories next weekend against No. 1 Penn State and North- western, in order to be one of the 12 teams to qualify for post…

… Michigan, which plays most of its games on turf. However, Maine's one victory against a ranked team came against No. 10 Boston University on turf. The Wolverines will have to deal with Black Bear junior…

… opponents last weekend. Women swimmers begin quest for yet another Big Ten title day at noon, the team will be looking to defend its championship in the Northwestern Relays. The Wolverines -- attempting to…

…. All Seniors are cordially invited to attend a presentation. Presentation: Monday, November 1, 1993 The Business School The Wolverine Room 5:00 p.m. -~ - ~ ~ _______ -L - ~ 4&.~JTJ…

October 13, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 11) • Page Image 10

…10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 13, 1998 Depth key for Blue runners Mortimer, Snyder provide lethal combination for Wolverines By Raphael Goodstein For the Daily For the fourth…

… in Orono, Maine, running the 8,000-meter course in 24:01.10. Mortimer led a 1-2-3-6 Wolverine finish. "We're improving every week," Michigan coach Ron Warhurst said. "We're going to have to if we want…

… to go out there and do their jobs." Junior Steve Lawrence finished third at 24:15.14 and senior Don McLaughlin finished sixth with a 24:45.63 time. Rounding out the scorers for the Wolverines was…

… Il-team tourna- ment with 27 points, beating second- place Iowa by 37. The sixth-ranked Wolverines will host the sixth annual Wolverine Interregional on Oct. 18 at the Michigan Golf Course. The 10-team…

… an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships." The rest of the season will get more difficult for the Wolverines as they go to the Eastern Michigan Open on Oct. 23, then continue with the Big Ten…

…-ranked Wolverines (3-1 Big Ten, 10-3 overall) stayed in a three-way tie atop the Big Ten. They may even rise in the national rankings. This all took place with the absence of forward Amy Philbrook. Philbrook, a…

…," said Philbrook. "I'll start off with stickwork and start running toward the end of the week. It shouldn't be hard to fit back into the unit." Even though other Wolverines have been able to keep the team…

… State the following weekend, the Wolverines will need a three-game winning streak to maintain the top spot in the Big Ten. Michigan would only be helped with Philbrook's leadership back for those key…

… gotten itself into a nasty habit early in the season: making opposing goaltenders look---------.- good. Hockey Low scoring isn't a concern Comumeintary just yet, as the -------- Wolverines have only played…

… the visi- tors' penalty box on 16 occasions. Yet Lake Superior goaltender Rob Galatiuk kept the Wolverines at bay, ending many intense power play sequences with frustratingly spectac- ular saves. And if…

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