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October 27, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 38) • Page Image 18

…8B - October 27, 2008 sMonday The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 8B - October 27, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom 0 Wolverines win first weekend series, upset No.11 Gophers A H…

… basics," junior outside hitter Juliana Paz said. SAuD ALSALAH/Daiy Midway through the first Junior Juliana Paz led Michigan with 16 kills against Minnesota Saturday night in the set, the Wolverines held a…

October 17, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 30) • Page Image 13

… Writer EAST LANSING - The Michi- gan State men's soccer team barely seemed to notice the downpour as the Spartans swarmed Old College Field after their 5-0 victory Sun- day. The Wolverines and their trav…

… rival- ry game was the last of a grueling midseason swing. The Wolverines (0-2-1, 8-4-1) had played three of their last four games on the road and had won just one. The Spartans put Michigan in a hole…

October 22, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 16) • Page Image 9

…, because it will be a long time before they see the Wolverines in action again. After the exhibition opener against Latvia Clondica, the Wolverines begin the regular season with nine of their first 10 games…

… when we open against Marquette (on Nov. 29)," Michigan coach Sue Guevara said during the Wolverines' media day on Fri- day. "When you look at our schedule, not only are we on the road, but this is a very…

October 03, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

… offensive machine on the road as the Boiler- makers will fine tune their engine for a homecoming date with the Wolverines. Purdue 28, Iowa 14 No. 16 NORTHWESTERN (1-0, 3-0) AT OHIO STATE (1-0, 2-1), 7:45 P…

… against the Wolverines, will look to get the Illini back on track. Illinois needs to have this game, as it has dropped out of the top 25, and heads into a light part of their schedule - it's not facing…

… - with the Wolverine Invita- tional on Oct. 6-7. After that, Michigan will move on to the Women's Collegiate Shootout in Franklin, Ind. - the site of the Wolverines' school-record 18-hole score of 287, set…

… last season - for 54 more holes. Last year's Wolverine Invitational champion, senior Courtney Reno, will be joined by fellow seniors Misia Lemanski, LeAnna Wicks and Benedict and freshman Laura Michigan…

… after its as Michigan hitstheI record-setting marathon in Ann Arbo weekend at the eye their first team ti Lady Northern on Invitational since 199 Sept. 23, but even with the week of the Wolverines are…

October 29, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 38) • Page Image 9

… Daily Sports Writer The precedent: The No. 6 Mich- igan women's cross country team wins the Big Ten Championships. The problem: The Wolverines finished third at this year's Big Ten Championship in…

… was lower than this year's." Instead, Minnesota ended Michigan's reign with 72 points, and Michigan State finished sec- ond with 73 points. Edwards led the Wolverines, finishing seventh (20:17), while…

October 18, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 30) • Page Image 18

… near e top, Wolverines at the bottom By Chris Meszaros For the Daily Streaks are made to be bro- ken. It's just a matter of when. Unfortunately for the Michi- gan women's swimming and diving team…

…, Saturday wasn't the day. Florida brought a 34-0 open- ing-day record into Canham Natatorium and extended it despite an impressive showing by the Wolverines. Michigan fell five points short in a 124- 119 loss…

… Brianna Broderick was the lone bright spot for Michigan. After winning the individual title at the Wolverine Invitational, she finished in a tie for fifth - her third top- five finish this season. Like the…

… top 20at the Wolverine, but none placed in the top 50 in Knoxville. Putting was a problem for the Wolverines all weekend. Coach Kathy Teichert felt that practice on the U-M Course should have pre- pared…

… the team for the greens at the Cherokee Country Club, but the Wolverines were unable to execute. "It was just difficult to see us not be able to put ourselves in good positions around the greens…

… ahead of us." The Wolverines are back in action at the Landfall Tradition in Wilimington, N.C. on Oct. 27. c Schaetzl shines, 'M' falls Richardson praised several swimmers for participating in extensive…

October 24, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 16) • Page Image 9

… process went more than 10 yards, and the something like this: Michi- Wolverines looked as if they gan's defense wasn't able to were going to let this game stop Wisconsin or Minnesota, F turn into a repeat…

… impressive. Iowa amassed 74 yards on Wolverines' losses to Wisconsin and Min- eight plays; it was in position to look to the nesota. end zone for the game-winning score, and, All last week in practice…

October 11, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 9) • Page Image 10

… at the NCAAs later this fall. To do so, however, the runners need to work on closing the gap between their first and fifth runners. The Wolverine Interregional this weekend is the perfect chance to do…

… so. This year's race will be smaller than usual on the men's side, including only five teams for the Wolverines to compete with! Among the top compe- tition are Montana State, Pennsylva- nia and Purdue…

…. "We should do well," said coach Ron Warhurst. In fact, the Wolverines have the potential to take the top three to five spots. "Its depends who's on that day," MICHIGAN GOLF COURSE Who: Michigan hosts…

Wolverine Interregional When: 11:15 a.m. Sunday Latest: The 8,000 meter race will follow the 10:30 a.m. women's race, and is the only home meet of the season. Mark Pilja was named Big Ten Co-Athlete of the…

… Week. Warhurst added, referring to whether a runner from an opposing team will break up his top pack. Regardless of how the Wolverines do up front, Michigan should win the meet with its depth at the five…

… any given day. Sophomores Tom Greenless, John Hughes, Ryan Hes- selink, and Nick Stariko, along with freshman Jason Stover have all run consistently well for the Wolverines. "We're a young team", said…

… Interregional will be held in Ann Arbor on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Fresh off a second place finish at the Notre MICHIGAN G Dame Invitational, the Who: MichiganI Wolverines are ready to ine lnierregiona keep the…

… with 19 players of either freshman or sophomore eligibility, that goal may be a bit lofty. Sophomore Lindsey Gallo has carried her weight as she has finished first for the Wolverines in all three meets…

… lost to earlier in the Sunday year. The Wolverines Ines are avenged losses to Miami thools in (Ohio) and Ball State. allo has led Redshirt freshman three pre- Andrea Parker finished sec- ond on the team…

October 27, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 38) • Page Image 16

… freshman midfielder Katelin Spencer was there to put it away. Michigan kept the pressure on most of the first half, allowing few shots - just five to the Wolverines' 11. "I thought our first half was great…

… terri- bly, it was that just two times in the game (we made a mistake) and they made the most of it," Rademacher said. Yesterday's loss was especially bittersweet after the Wolverines had pulled off an…

… knows her time as a Wolverine is almost up, but others have not come to grips with the end. "To be completely honest, it has- n't hit me yet," senior goalie Suzie Grech said. "I don't know, it's just…

Wolverines were Stephanie Chavez, Nicole D'Hondt and Shannon Reid. "Anytime you spend four years anywhere, and you're leaving, you get emotional," assistant coach Dan Dalzochio said. "For these girls, an…

October 22, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 35) • Page Image 11

…-five finishes. But after four tournaments this year, the Wolverines already have three, thanks to a successful final round at the Lady Northern Invi- tational this past weekend. Sitting in ninth place after two…

… rounds, the Wolverines made a late push and posted a 312 team score Sunday to finish in the top five yet again. "We didn't shoot 300, but it was still great to move up four spots," said junior Ashley Bauer…

… minutes before it record- ed its first goal this weekend. NOTEBOOK It then scored two in less than a minute. After sophomore Matt Rust opened the scoring in Saturday's 5-3 Michigan win, the Wolverine

… the winning goal." Sophomore Aaron Palushaj had the puck behind the net and made a backhanded pass to a streaking Rust, who buried the puck past Wildcat goaltender Brian Stewart for the Wolverines

… deflected by Rust. After the But Saturday, the line found its Wolverines were on the power puck deflected off the goalie, rhythm, especially after its first play trailing 1-0 and had a 6-on-4 senior Travis…

…'s power play is struggling. Besides a Brian Lebler goal with two seconds remaining against St. Lawrence two Saturday's ago, the Wolverines have not connected on the man advantage, going 1-for-32 this season…

… Brian Stewart for a 4-1 lead. He fin- ished with one goal and three assists on the game. And each of the Wolverines' first four goals followed the same script: one skater con- trolled the puck behind the…

October 31, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 21) • Page Image 9

…SENIOR DISAPPOINTMENT IAN HERBERT: The Wolverines had to over- come a lot to win this game. PAGE 3B The SportsMonday Column Field Hockey drops to Louisville in overtime. PAGE 6B HOOPS, THERE IT…

…= ---------------- ---- - ------ -- - ------- - -- ------- Michigan 33, NORTHWESTERN 17 Trampled Northwestern can't hold Blue back minutes. In the Wolverines' two conference losses to Wisconsin and Minnesota, they held possession of the ball for 15 fewer minutes…

October 19, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 13) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - SportsWednesday - October 19, 2005 - 7B Wolverines fall in rivalry game, extend losing streak By Nate Sandals moved the ball crisply and applied pres- after halftime, the…

… Believe" attitude employed by the CHA TE Boston Red Sox, last year's World Series Champions. But on Sunday, the Wolverines .didn't believe and lost the Big Bear game to Michigan State, 2-0. In doing so, the…

October 30, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 38) • Page Image 14

… Rosen sounded frus- 17-8 overall). The loss rounded out trated. a weekend split for the Wolverines, "We MICHIGAN 2 in which they defeated Illinois in a didn't NOR THW EST RN 3 three-game sweep on Friday…

…. compete Following the loss, Rosen seemed well when the match was in the bal- disheartened. But he was quick to ance," Rosen said of the Wolverines' point out where his team needed to 3-2 loss to…

October 11, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 9) • Page Image 12

… beloved seniors - Brooke Hart, Danielle Lund and Erryn Weggenman - who led the Wolverines to the Big Ten Tournament, where they tied for fifth. As this fall season began with the Wolverine Fall Invitational…

… varsity tournament, and that can be very nerve-racking. It was tough, but they did a great job." Not only did the Wolverines play well individually, but they also dominated the doubles tournament. The final…

… through the entire tournament. Their only losses catne against fellow Wolverines. Based on the team's performance, the freshmen are very optimistic about the prospects of this season. "I was really excited…

… to play and find my place on the team, "Tiperneni said. "We have a lot of depth this year. If we stay healthy, we could really do well." The Wolverines have tremendous depth and balance. The three new…

… that potential, the Wolverines could be dominant for the next four years. Senior Szandra Fuzesi might not miss last year's graduates so much due to the emergence of the talented freshman class. isis…

…-par rounds from soph more Kim Benedict and junior Courtney Reno, the Wolverines fired a school- record score of 287 yesterday, and fin- ished with a two-day, 54-hole total of 889, good enough for fifth place…

… State, and then OklahotW State. The Wolverines finished just one shot behind fourth-place Oklahoma State - who finished 56 shots ahead of Michigan in winning this event last year. "Last year we got…

… descended on the Grizzly Tournament Course in Mass Ohio for the Xavier Provident Open. The Michigan men's golf team failed to defend last year's first-place finish, but the Wolverines played well in fin…

…- ishing third with a three-round total of 880. Wisconsin and Penn State placed first and second, respectively. Leading the Wolverines was senior Scott Hayes, who shot 210 for the two- day event. That total…

… represent- ed a vast improvement from last year when he placed 70th. The Wolverines as a team blazed out the gate to take the lead with rounds of 285 and 298 on the opening day. Unfortunately, Monday's 297…

October 21, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 33) • Page Image 14

… Thursday, the Michigan women's soccer team rebounded by shutting out Northwestern 2-0 in an important Big Ten matchup yester- day afternoon in Evanston. The win secured the 13th-ranked Wolverines a seed in…

… said. "Still, overall, the victory was the result of a good team effort." But, it was the individual per- formance of junior Stephanie Chavez that put the Wolverines on the board in the second half…

October 13, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 11) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - Friday October 13, 2000 - 13 Harners run home to face No. 4 Washington "f f and running The Michigan women's cross country team is sprinting out of the gate, The Wolverines

… Mike give the Wolverines a .Date "thi's 'weekend the Michigan wonmen's cross country team will finally have the crowd in its corner as it plays host for the Wolverine Interregional. The meet -- which…

… takes place SUI *undav-- will be held at the Michigan golf course starting MICHIGANC at 10.30 am. Whno: MichigE -Washington, James cross country Madison. and La Salle will be Wolverine Int providing the…

… competition for Whet: 10:30 the Wolverines. This meet LtestThe A marks the only opportunity the for their fourt Wolverines will have to run in meets this se front of the home fans this sea- son. No. 4…

… Washington is a strong *pponent for the Wolverines and should be good preparation for Big Ten competition. "We feel that if we continue to make chance to give more runners some experi- ence. Instead of the…

…. gan women's ry hosts the iterregional. 0a,m. Wolverines aim rth win In five season. Wolverines will suit up an addi- tional two to three runners for the meet. In the past, the Wolverines have competed…

October 12, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 25) • Page Image 11

… Michigan hockey team may want what hap- pened in Alaska to stay in Alaska - well, at least part of it. The fourth-ranked Wolverines were shut out in their season open- er for the first time in program…

… first time since the 1942-43 season. The Wolverines played in the 19th annual Kendall Hockey Clas- sic in Anchorage this weekend. They took second place out of four teams after topping the Alaska…

October 10, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 8) • Page Image 17

… top of the 18-yard box on the right side. Heaton sent a bouncing shot across sNN the field and into the lower left corner CG t of the net to tie the Wisconsin Bad- gers at one. The Wolverines (2-3-0 N…

… senior Amy Vermeulen for what would turn out to be the game-winning goal. The Wolverines had a final opportunity with 1:30 left in the game, but junior Judy Coffman's corner kick was headed out of the box…

October 24, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 18) • Page Image 12

…12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, October 24, 2001 Disappointed Wolverines finish in ninth By Matt Kramer Daily Sports Writer This wasn't the way the Michigan golf team wanted to finish its fall…

… season. The Wolverines struggled yesterday with quick greens, slow play and long-par-fours as it fired a two day total of 609 (304-305) to finish tied for ninth place at the 24 team Tillinghast…

… 300 isn't acceptable." While this was the last fall tournament for Michigan - which opens up the spring season March 2nd and 3rd with the Wolverine South Invitational in Savannah, Ga. - Carras still…

… morning, the squad will compete at the Big Ten Champi- onships at Illinois' Orange and Blue golf course. The 6-kilome- ter race will serve as an opportunity for the Wolverines CHA to prove that they Who…

…Guire. Because Michigan is young and lacks a strong front-runner to lead it, the Wolverines should have their hands full. Michigan State and Wisconsin are ranked 13th and 14th in the nation, respectively, and are…

… out of Jeanne Spink and Rachel Sturtz. Spink has been the Wolverines' most improved and consistent runner over the last month. Sturtz improved tremendously over last season and finished 16th at the…

Wolverine Inter- regional. A wildcard for Michigan will be whether redshirt Freshman Andrea Parker will be able to compete. She has had an achilles heel problem over the past couple weeks and has been unable…

October 16, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 29) • Page Image 8

…-to-man defense against the high-octane Boilermaker offense. Wolverines extend 12-day scoreless drought, fall to tough Purdue squad By MARK BURNS DailySports Writer Take a 20-piece puzzle. Now try and take one of…

… won't fit - tonight inside an already sold-out Cliff Keen Arena. The Wolverines (4-2 Big Ten, 16-3 overall) haven't defeated the Nittany Lions since Nov. 2, 2002. Since then, Penn State has won two…

… conference. It "Today we played the better soc- s 1.92 goals per game, but cer," Ryan said. "If you put enough tng Wolverine defense held balls in the penalty box, one is just one notch. going to curve in…

October 20, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 14) • Page Image 8

… against the Wolverines. In light of his team's current situ- ation, Michigan coach Steve Burns is confident in his players' morale, and said he believes they still have the will to win games. "I think the…

… allud- ed to were the lack of converting shots on goal by his front third play- ers and the inability of his team to work with gaps in opponents' for- mations. For the past four games, the Wolverines have…

… there, and its always good to have one more person by your side to help you get there and reach your goal." Alyson Kohlmeier continued her successful sophomore season, lead- ing all Wolverine runners with…

October 29, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 21) • Page Image 16

… prevent it from'dominating Eastern Michigan. The Wolverines (2-0), won the first 12 races on their way to beating the Eagles 174-115. Dan Ketchum, Jeff Hopwood and Garrett Mangieri led Michigan against…

… Eastern Michigan with two first-place finishes apiece. Five other Wolverines won races, and Michigan also took first in the 400-yard medley relay. Michigan wasn't thrilled with the way it swam Saturday; but…

October 22, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 33) • Page Image 14

…I a 6B - October 22, 2007 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY Four Wolverines finish in top10 With its season coming to a close, the No. 6 Michigan women's cross country…

… team notched anoth- er impressive performance to its belt at this weekend's EMU Classic. Four Wolverines finished in the top 10 with redshirt freshman Rachel Severin leadingthe charge in fourth place…

… out au play." Following the weekend's actio Michigan trails Northwestern by t points for the final spot in the po season tournament. The Wolverin have two more conference games1 play and the Wildcats…

October 22, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 16) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 22, 2001 - 7B Field hockey returns to form against Central The Wolverines developed a new attitude after struggling during the Big Ten season By Blake…

… Michigan, the Wolverines improved their record to 12-4, with just one match left versus Northwestern Saturday in Evanston. The Wolverines were led by a strong perfor- mance from goalie Maureen Tasch. Early…

October 09, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 7) • Page Image 15

… ie misfire at the Notre Dr Invitational, finishing up to No. I Stanford. With tight box-to-b, ii, Wolverines failed to w meet in a row. During the first 50 metrsf meet, sophomore Jane Main was tripped…

… by a Stanford run-1er fell. q Normally, when a runner falsa ount call is given, restartmg race. But the Wolverines lucky. The race starter 1ailed t I gun to stop the race, lea g Wolverines in a rabbit…

…, Depaul and Western Michigan at the annual Wolverine Invitational. Michigan dominated the entire event, losing only one match the entire week- end. Both of the singles flights finals and the doubles final…

… very pleased with the overall effort." There were some fresh faces leading the charge for the Wolverines this weekend. Freshmen Chrissie Nolan and Kavitha Tipirneni competed against each other in the…

…, we could be really successful." On October 14, team members will travel to Pacific Palisades, Calif. for the ITA All-America Championship. tu 1 I.' NORMAN NG/Daily The Wolverines missed an…

October 25, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 36) • Page Image 18

… Cogliano. Now, just six remain, a shift that prompted the Wolverines to draw in another big class much sooner than anticipated. "A big class every second year - that proba- bly won't happen again," Powers…

… sith the NHL Draft, and you need to deal with those guys leaving. And that's OK." But the Wolverines couldn't anticipate the loss of the four players who didn't bolt for pro- fessional hockey. Forwards…

… competi- tive every year that they're here." Losing as manytalented players as Michigan did could have set Wolverine title hopes back a few years. But if defeating then-No. 2 Boston College inthe season…

… opener is any indication, the Wolverines won't miss a beat. PHOTOS: RODRIGO GA SIGN: KRASSIMIR lANK …

October 19, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 31) • Page Image 5

…Thursday October 19, 2006 sports.michigandaily.com sports@michigandaily.com SOe RTSiiianilg 5A Scoring woes continue for Wolverines in loss to Akron By Anthony Oliveira Daily Sports Writer The…

…, Michigan coach Steve Burns would prob- ably describe it as a "cruel" tragedy. "The soccer gods weren't with us today," Burns said. For their third consecutive con- test, the Wolverines were unable to beat…

… looking to get the ball in the back of the net. "It's just a matter of getting goals," Burns said. "Until you score, soccer can be a cruel game." Top: Sophomore Steve Bonnell and his Wolverine teammates…

… developed a reputation for being one of the Wolverines' biggest hitters in the secondary. Opposing receivers know that, if given the opportunity, No. 31 won't hesitate to lay them out. "I just go out there…

…, Ky. - hardly the typical Wolver- ine profile. But Lloyd Carr and the Michi- gan coaching staff saw something in Englemon and offered him one of the Wolverines' last scholar- ships in 2002. For Englemon…

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

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

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

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

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

October 27, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 38) • Page Image 16

…6B'- October 27, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com * Wolverines optimistic about offseason strides Borseth regrets his big blowup a Team practices are four weeks ahead of last year…

…'s pace, Sims says By ANDY REID Daily Sports Editor CHICAGO - From the excite- ment around the Michigan table at the Big Ten men's basketball Media Day, you wouldn't guess that the Wolverines won a scant 10…

October 14, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 12) • Page Image 10

… its last five games. After going 1-3 in their last four, the Wolverines (6-5-2 overall) are 2-3 in Big Ten play heading into their final five contests before the Big Ten Tournament. But these numbers…

… fail to tell the whole story. Michigan beat No. 4 Virginia in its first preseason game and went on to tie both No. 20 Texas A&M and then-No. 23 Kansas earlier this seas. -n. And the Wolverines defeated…

… prestigious team, and he did not end up where he is by accident. "I realized early on in my freshman year that I needed to be a Wolverine runner," Pokora said. But Pokora did not try out for the team last year…

… his team down. "I 'did not run like a Wolverine is expected to run," Pokora said. Pokora wanted to prove his worth in his next race. He was running in the middle of the pack with the team in practice…

… after mile of running with the team. But do not feel bad for Pokora. He isn't walking on cloud-nine - he's running on it. TOMMASO GOMEZ/Daily Mellisa Dobbyn and the Wolverines prepare for the Big Ten…

… put together a complete 90 minute game." With five games to go, the Wolverines still have a lot to hope for in postseason play. Notching wins against the top Big Ten teams will be crucial if Michigan…

October 23, 2000 (vol. 111, iss. 17) • Page Image 14

… more so. A day after the Wolverines wrapped up the Big len season with a tie against Northwestern, Michigan rested their wounds in preparation for No. I Notre Dame. But it got more than it expected from…

… scored a goal just five min- utes into the game. The Wolverines continued the offen- sive explosion by scoring two goals within two minutes at the end of the first half. Marie Spaccarotella knocked in an…

October 20, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 14) • Page Image 20

… Ter- rapin cage over goalkeeper Kath- ryn Mason. The Wolverines were not as tenta- tive as earlier in the game, but Mary- land kept the pressure on, tallying its second goal and taking the lead for good…

… like we know how to." , Willis The final three minutes of the game typified how the game was going for the Wolverines. Michigan had several shots on goal as time winded down, but Maryland goal- keeper…

… said. "We were a little loose in the mid- dle though, and we won't get any bet- ter until our third through seventh guys' start posting better times." Freshman Mike Woods was the next Wolverine to cross…

… 52nd place finish. Rondell Ruff rounding out the top-five for Michigan. The redshirt sophomore grabbed 89th place and scored points for the first time as a Wolverine with a time of 25:12.8. Despite the…

… personal-best times from over half of the scoring Wolverines, a major discrepancy existed between the scores of the Brannen and Willis duo and the rest of the Wolverines. Brannen feels that he may know what…

… that we can get our mileage up before Nationals and close in on that gap." Although optimism is clearly pres- ent among the Wolverines, they do not make excuses for unsatisfactory races. The weather on…

… Saturday was less than pleasant, with high winds and cold tem- peratures. But Coach Warhurst would not allow anyone to blame it as a factor in the Wolverines' less-than-stellar per- formance. "Everyone runs…

October 15, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 30) • Page Image 14

… four shutouts. But once again it was the Michigan defense that was the stronghold for the Wolverines. On the last scheduled Monday matchup for the Wolverines, Michigan (3-0, 11-3) squared off with…

… half. Michigan remained dominant this weekend by adapting to its surroundings. With a wider and bounci- er field at Central Michigan, the Wolverines' strategy in Mount Pleasant had them digging the long…

October 15, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 11) • Page Image 15

…i The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - October 15, 2001 - 7B Wolverines to place priority on defense 'M' starts out " flat, loses to / ::". By Chris Burke *={ Daily Sporits Writer,. By Benjamin…

… wins games is a driving force behind Amaker's phi- losophy for this year's Wolverines. Stopping opponents is the team's priori- ty. "It's going to be very important that we become better defensively…

…-leading scorer last season with 14.4 points per game. But he also was one of the more dangerous Wolver- ines at the other end of the court. His 33 steals were seven more than the total of any other Wolverine. Even…

… a lot of con- fidence in me." A common belief among the Michi- gan players and coaches is that once the Wolverines develop a tenacious defense, their offense will naturally fol- low. By frustrating…

… with tall teams in a half-court defense, which Amaker said he wants to use. But in a small lineup - which Michi- gan will likely have to put on the floor frequently - the Wolverines may need to find…

… with, the Wolverines will find a new way to improve in other aspects on and off the court. "That's what our goal is, is to have an identity, become a better defensive team where we're taking more pride…

… men's soccer game at Michigan State, the Wolverines played like a team on a mission. They were able to control the ball, create several scoring chances and dictate the game's pace. . MICHWGAN 2 But the…

…-state rival. That poor start proved too much to over- come despite the energetic second half response, as the Spartans handed the Wolverines their third con- secutive loss, 4-2. "Dr. Jekyl appeared for our team…

… minute, finding the net after Michigan was called for a second infraction inside the box. The Wolverines cut the lead in half during the 37th minute of play, as Robert Wurth beat Michigan State goalie Mike…

… far from over." Michigan proved Baum to be prophetic, dominat- ing the flow of the game for the first 20 minutes of the second half. Jody Keeling eventually made the Wolverines' hard work pay off…

October 13, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 30) • Page Image 16

…6B - October 13, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 6B - October13, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom 'M' inaugurates new field, beats Buckeyes Wolverines end month-long slump…

… with 2-0 victory at home complex By CHANTEL JENNINGS For the Daily It had been more than a month since the Wolverines celebrated a victory heading into yesterday's contest against Ohio State. They were…

October 23, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 33) • Page Image 11

… game. The anticipation is completely understandable, given the poten- tially earth-shattering ramifica- tions of this year's Michigan-Ohio State matchup. But this Wolverine squad is too smart to fall…

Wolverines could've soaked up the hype and looked past Wisconsin. A few hiccups at the beginning notwithstanding, they rolled to a two-touchdown victory. Likewise, Michigan could've let Michigan State…

…'s shocking loss to Illinois affect its approach against the Spartans. But the Wolverines stayed focused and crushed their in-state rivals. And on Saturday, Michigan could've underestimated an Iowa team coming…

…-ranked Wolverines undefeated in a 20-6 win over Iowa on Saturday. On a day when the Michigan offense mirrored the drab skies above, the defense shined. It didn't knock out any Hawkeye quarterbacks, but Iowa signal…

Wolverine 18-yard line. And instead of taking the lead, Iowa settled for a game-tying field goal. "(The Michigan defense was) pretty tough," Tate said. "They were without a doubt the best defense we've played…

… 64-yard Steve Breaston kickoff return in the third quarter. The Wolverines (5-0, 8-0) used the fifth-year senior's lone return of the day to finally reach the end zone. Running back Mike Hart rushed up…

… the air. The Wolverines moved the ball effectively but couldn't reach the goal line. Widereceiver AdrianArrington, who caught eight passes for 79 yards, had two chances to put six points on the board…

… Michigan hockey team came out of the locker room to start the second period with 1:06 remaining on a power play. By the end of the penalty, Miami's Nathan Davis had scored, to put the Wolverines behind…

… over the TIGERS PAGE 2B BEN SIMON/Daily The Miami RedHawks dumped Michigan 4-1 on Friday night. Despite showcasing their new Maize jerseys for the first time, the Wolverines failed to generate offense…

… pressure on the Michigan beat the Wolverines to loose pucks, defense, preventing the breakaway against the boards and on special opportunities that propelled the teams. Miami's penalty killers out…

October 25, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 17) • Page Image 16

…, 2-1, in overtime.-WISCONSIN I Two days earlier, the Wolverines had bounced back from a three-game losing streak by defeating Wisconsin by the same score in another overtime game. But the Wildcats (2…

… the back post of Michigan's goal. The Wildcats outshot the Wolverines 9-4 in the first half. Trailing 1-0 at halftime, the Wolverines made some adjustments in the second half. Michigan's offense came…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

October 11, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 9) • Page Image 9

… and foremost, the Wolverines will be attempting to even their Big Ten record at 2-2 on the year, as they try to improve their posi- tion for the Big Ten Tournament to be held Nov. 8-10 in Madison. In…

…. In front of a Michigan record crowd of 2,173, the two teams traded blows all game until the Spartans A LYSSA WOOD/ Daily Freshman Knox Cameron (10) and the rest of the Wolverines eye a big game with…

… Michigan State in East Lansing looming on Sunday, the Wolverines will have to work hard to avoid looking past Bowling Green. I notched the game-winner on an own goal - meaning a Wolverine player…

…'s loss to Indiana, and the Wolverines have a dif- ficult task waiting. "One of the goals is to get our players to know that this Bowling Green team wants to beat us," Burns said. "They beat us badly last…

October 05, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 5) • Page Image 11

… with any sem- blance of consistency or focus in the first game, the Wolverines were destroyed by the Spartans 30-19. Michi- gan was unable to pass the ball effec- tively and was dominated by the taller…

… first. Michigan committed half as many errors as it had in the first game and served harder. This allowed the Wolverines to rattle the Spartans, since harder serves made the initial passes by Michigan…

October 04, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 4) • Page Image 12

…'s women's tennis team will begin its 2001-02 season tomorrow at the fourth annual Wolverine Fall Invita- tional. The Wolverines will host var- ious schools from across the region including Bowling Green, De…

… excited to begin the season. "Since Septem- ber 13, the team has made lots of progress and we're very anxious to compete," Ritt said,adding that VARSITY TENNIS CENTER Whoi Michigan hosts the Wolverine Fall…

… Invitational When: Friday through Sunday Latest: This will be the Wolverines' first competitive matches of the 2001-02 sea- son. "Daniel had an outstanding career as a student-athlete," Ritt said. "She's an…

… divided into the blue, maize and wolverine flights. In last year's. competition, Michigan dominated each field, placing first in each division and claiming the top two spots in three of the four. After…

October 22, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 31) • Page Image 16

… Marty Reasoner, charged toward Turco after evading the Mich- igan defense. He stared straight at the Wolverines' senior goalie, T Uwho stood calmly between the pipes. Around him stood a rau- cous home…

Wolverines watched breathlessly from AL NE the bench as something their head coach, Red Berenson, had told them at the end of regulation reverberated in their heads. "DON'T WORRY, WE'VE GOT TURCO." As…

October 22, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 35) • Page Image 9

… the Nittany Lions' 20-point fourth quarter. Mistakes snowball in Going into MSU Wolverines' blowout loss 'M' still unready for 60 minutes 9-game-streak over Penn State snapped, with 6-year run…

… Michigan's two. The Wolverine offense, which had looked inept since the middle of the sec- ond quarter, suffered another setback when redshirt freshman quarterback Ste- ven Threet re-aggravated an elbow…

… - fter the Wolverines scored 17 points in the first quarter Sat- urday, it almostlookedlike they could pull off the improb- able against No. 3 ; Penn State. But there was no way the upset was going to hap…

…'t looking for perspective in the middle of a game," he said. "All that mental stuff, whatever." By downplaying it, he's likely ignoring one of the real reasons why the Wolverines keep choking after one or two…

… decent quarters - once they make a big mistake, the team fades fast. The Wolverines weren't close two weeks ago against Illinois, either. The game had originally looked promising when they jumped out to a…

… attempt Sat- NMU 3 urday, one of the Wolverines still had his head hung low. Goalie Bryan Hogan looked deject- ed after the win as-the teams lined up for post-game handshakes, and caught the attention of…

… sprinting coaches, Friday night, his team showed why. The Wolverines won both the 50- and 100-yard free- style events, something they haven't done since last Octo- ber against Eastern Michigan, and swept the…

… last two decades, Michigan has become a pow- erhouse program for distance swimmers. Many wondered how the Wolverines would perform after training with Bottom, who became famous for his work with…

October 18, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 30) • Page Image 13

… - Saturday could have been that game. At least it had all the elements. The revenge factor from the Wolverines' infamous last-second win in Ann Arbor last year clearly remained a prominent topic of…

… battle between the two Pennsylvania signal callers. Still, with the upset looming large, the Wolverines, who were last undefeated this late in the season during the 1997 national championship campaign, did…

… threw back against the Wolverine front. ichigan's defensive line has ai it or not, so I gave him a little shot" "We keep coming, we keep hitting you," Taylor serious case of Dr. Jekyll and Then Branch…

…- And that's just the way it should be. game with a concussion, and he suddenly Spittin' Fire callers Michigan's defensive line dis- However cordial it is off the field, the Wolverines' doesn't seem so…

…. Connecticut took advantage of the Wolverines' penalty procession and turned the cushy lead danger- ously slim,scoringfiveunanswered goals in the second and third peri- ods of Michigan's 7-5 win. "You could see…

… extra skater. Six Connecticut skaters swirled around Michigan's zone, ready to strike. Three Wolverines hovered to protect sophomore goalie Billy Sauer. But before the Huskies could get any shots off, a…

Wolverines came away from Indiana's John Mellencamp Pavilion on Sunday with a 1-0 victory and a share of first place in the Big Ten. The Hoosiers (3-1 Big Ten, 13-3 overall) left their Senior Day a little…

… through (the goalie's) hands and right over her stick." The way the Wolverines have been scoring recently - 14 goals in their last three games, all wins - they thought Tiner's tally might open the…

October 31, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 21) • Page Image 14

…. Brunemann's first-place finish in the 1,650-yard freestyle event helped lead the Michigan women's swimming and diving team to its first victory of the season, as the Wolverines (1-0 Big Ten, 1-1 overall…

… meet. Michigan's effort was solid from the outset Friday. In the first race, the Wolverines finished 1-2 in the 400-yard medley relay. Following Brunemann's 1,650-yard win, Michigan further extended its…

….56, edged out her junior sister. n. The younger Smith beamed proudly at Lindsey as they exit- ed the pool following the race. The Wolverine's quick start erased Richardson's initial fears . a. of a letdown…

…-meter springboard with a score of 282.15. Lee added a third-place finish in the.kt °,<. three-meter event. .g. The Wolverines dominated the meet so completely that, with thet scr 5-2 cado h s o xhibi yti hawimers…

Wolverines have put in during dry-land training in the percent of the returning Wol "We've had good teams the past two years," Richardson weight room. times than they did at any tin said. "Both years we…

…. But the Wolverines quickly eliminated those mistakes after watching tape of Friday's game. "Our power play and penalty kill units both went over video because (on Friday) they were average," Ruden said…

… down by Johnson on a breakaway, but Ruden stood tall and stopped it easily. With the victory, Michigan improves to 1-1-1 in the CCHA. The Wolverines will now prepare for a home-and. home series with…

… Notre Dame on Fri- day in South Bend and on Saturday at Yost Ice Arena. HARRIERS Continued from page 1B Following their cool down, the Wolverines may have realized that;. while they fell short of their…

October 29, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 21) • Page Image 9

… taken notice of Michigan as well. The Wolverines finished tied for first with 2001 national runner-up Purdue according to the preseason Big Ten coaches poll, announced at the Big Ten's media day yesterday…

… now with their program, more competitiveness. She's done a really great job at Michigan." See GUEVARA, Page 7B Wolverines come from behind, subdue Iowa By Jeff Phillips Daily Sports Editor IOWA CITY…

October 06, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 6) • Page Image 13

…." Because of the physical and mental toll a long road trip takes on the team, the Wolverines are eager to return to the atmosphere at Cliff Keen. "It's so great to have fans cheer- ing with you instead of…

… play bet- ter at home." But even though Michigan returns home this weekend, the Wolverines won't be met by easy competition. Illinois has beaten Michigan six of the last 10 times the two teams have met…

October 08, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 6) • Page Image 15

…'s golf team's usual garb as the Wolverines braved a nasty wind and frigid temperatures to blow away the rest of the nine-team field. Besides making it impossible to stay warm, the winds wreaked havoc on…

… set in Oklahoma's 82-42 victory over Colorado in 1980. The I- AA mark is 125 in Sacramento State's 64-61 victory over Northridge State last season. 1991 that the Wolverines won their own tournament. In…

… Michigan players know that competing for four consecutive days will be exhausting, but the momentum from their Wolverine Invitational title and their quest to win three tournaments in a row should carry them…

… first collegiate, title at the Wolverine Invitational. a. -< E, 4U ti' e; . BA x" .. . . RAI UM nluL'nILMi L'L IMI%.II mi L- …

October 31, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 42) • Page Image 8

… gathered his squad after practice yesterday to dis- cuss the team's weekendmatch- ups. t d Michigan At the end at Illinois of the huddle, Matchup: Rosen told the Michigan 18-4; Wolverines, Illinois 16-5 "We…

… and No. 20 Purdue on Saturday night. The Wolverines are riding high after" their first weekend sweep in conference play, knock- ing off overmatched Iowa and then- No. 11 Minnesota in three straight sets…

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