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November 08, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 26) • Page Image 10

…Phoenix. The Michigan men's soccer team will need to pack its suitcases and book hotel rooms. The Wolverines are headed to the national tournament after finishing second behind Illinois in the regional…

… tournament, which concluded Sunday afternoon in Columbus. But the road to Phoenix wasn't as easy asthe Wolverines thought it would be. After tying Dayton, 1-1, and losing toMiami (Ohio), 3-1, Michigan needed a…

… at zero, but in the second half, the Flyers scored what looked to be the game-winner. Countless Wolverine shots sailed just wide or hit the goal posts. But with only 20 seconds showing on the game…

… home the tying goal. Saturday's nightcap started much like the Wolverines earlier game. After a scoreless first half, Michigan looked good against top-seeded Miami. But the Redskins scored three quick…

… goals and suddenly, the Wolverines had a tremendous deficit to overcome. Michi- gan salvaged apoint in the Miami game on midfielder Steve Moore's score off a penalty kick late in the match. After a night…

…'s rest, the Wolverines looked like a different team. Michigan was never intimidated by Ohio State's physical style of soccer. Early in the match, Moore scored the only first-half By MARC DILLER Daily…

… powerhouses such as second-ranked Texas, No.7 UCLA, eighth-ranked Southern Methodist and others competing in the meet, the Wolverines' nine-member split squad conquered its opponents and captured the title at…

… the inaugural event held at Southern Methodist's Perkins Nata- torium. Michigan held on to a 17-point first session lead to beat the Mus- tangs, 338-313. "We swam a very solid meet," Wolverine coach Jim…

November 25, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 41) • Page Image 14

… Central Collegiate Hockey Association, while the Wolverines were deadlocked in first and the top-ranked team in the nation. Michigan ex- tended the streak to 10 by virtue of its 5-4 victory Friday, before…

… what its Hollywood roles would dictate - the mighty Wolverines did not sweep the action, nor did the lowly Flames win a game. UIC had chances to prevail in either contest. The Flames played much stronger…

… constant source of delight for Wolverine centers un- til this weekend. While the recent impressive numbers put up by Wolver- ine centers against Miami could not reasonably be expected to continue, the Flames…

… were gaining possession of the puck at an alarming rate. Losing so many faceoffs hurt the Wolverines by reducing the number of chances that they had been accustomed to having. Michigan's response to the…

… The Natural, it did not prove to anyone that the Wolverines were the dominant team. The Wolverines left the locker room sullenly, but they were satisfied to have escaped with two points. The Flames left…

… attitude of competing evenly with the Wolverines. UIC still made mistakes Saturday to provide Michigan with some early opportunities, but again the Wolverines did not burn the Flames early. Furthermore…

… Flames to defeat the Wolverines, but also unlike the movies, UIC lost. His knowledge of the Wolverines aided a game plan which made the Flames the most prepared team the Wolverines have played. None of the…

… .Wolverines seemed to be surprised by the Flames' performance Friday. But although the close nature of the game disturbed them, it apparently did -not concern them enough to make them realize that they would…

… center missed the shot, but the Wolverines won on a goal with one second to play. ICERS Continued from page 1 pleased with his squad's performance. "I think for us to come into their building, play six…

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

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

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

November 29, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 56) • Page Image 9

…. 10 seed Michigan men's soccer team on MICHIGAN 3 Sunday, SOUTH CAROLINA 1 as the Wolverines defeated seventh- seeded host South Carolina, 3-1. With the win, Michigan moves on to the Elite Eight to face…

… saw several legiti- mate threats by both sides, though the Wolverines (16-4-3) led on the stat sheet. An 11-7 shots advantage for Michigan contributed to an over- whelming feeling at Stone Stadium that…

November 06, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 26) • Page Image 10

… Gophers dug a hole, and the Wol- verines fell right into it. In the Big Ten Women's Soccer Tour- nament quarterfinals, Minnesota defeated Michigan, 2-0. Despite the close score, the Wolverines were…

… completely domi- nated. The Gophers outshot Michigan by a 21-3 margin and Minnesota goalkeeper Teresa O'Heam only needed to make one save for the shutout. Wolverine goalie Jori Welchans was busier, stopping…

… end the Wolverines' season. The loss improved Minnesota's all- time record against Michigan to 3-0. The Wolverines succeeded in holding the Gophers' and the conference's lead- ing scorer, Jennifer Walek…

…." Michigan put little pressure on Minne- sota. The Wolverines did not manage any shots in the first half. None of the Michi- gan forwards put the ball on net the entire game. Michigan had only one serious…

… chance all game. Sophomore Debbie Flaherty Welchans was the outstanding player for us" - Debbie Belkin Michigan women's soccer coach headed the Wolverines' lone corner kick of the game towards the corner…

… awards, which showed just how badly the Wolverines were outmatched. Minnesota was the most honored team. Five Gophers made the All-Conference squad, including Walek who was named MVP. Minnesota's Sue…

… Montagne re- ceived the nod for best coach. Flaherty was named to the first team. The sophomore, a second team selection last year, was the only Wolverine repre- sentative for the second straight season…

… handed the Wolverines their worst loss in team history, a 5-0 thrashing. 1995 First Team AN- Conference Goalkeeper- Merit Elzey (Indiana) Back - Marcie Dart (Michigan St.) Back - Jennifer Plante (Ohio…

… had no problem with facing off against nationally ranked opponents. The Wolverines welcomed the opportu- nity as a chance to measure them- selves against teams they'll likely face in the postseason. The…

… said. "It's a great complement to our ability." The Wolverines enjoyed the respect that comes along with being a na- tional runner-up; they placed second, behind Stanford, in last year's NCAA tournament…

November 21, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 40) • Page Image 15

… finally gets to play in a game that counts. After a month of practice and one exhibition game, the Wolverines will play in the MSU-Felpausch tourna- ment tonight and tomorrow at Michigan State's Breslin…

… Center. The Wolverines open their season tonight at 6 against St. John's. Fresno State will play the host Spartans at 8 p.m. Tomorrow, the winners and losers will pair off. "We want to improve with every…

November 19, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 52) • Page Image 7

… started a six- game win streak that earned the Wolverines an appearance in the NCAA Tourna- ment for the 20th straight year. While extend- Michigan ing those two Matchup: streaks, Michi- LSSU 5-5-2; gan…

… State (3-4-1-0 CCHA, 5-5-2 overall) should be a lot easier on the Wolverines - they only have one streak to worry about. The last time the Lakers won a game against Michigan was in early 2007, and the…

… like that but when it comes down to it, every weekend counts," senior forward Matt Rust fa MAX COI Senior forward Matt Rust and the rest ot the Wolverine senior class have never lost to the Lakers. By…

…- MChigan ment on Sunday. Matchup: UCF The Wolverines 12-4-3; Michi- (14-4-3) didn't gan 14-4-3 just give a strong When: Sun- showing in the Big day 2 P.M. Ten Tournament Where: - they took home UM Soccer the…

… championship complex title. And with that win Michi- gan secured a first round bye in its fourth NCAA Tour- nament appearance. The Wolverines face a home matchup against Central Florida (12-4-3) on Sunday…

… potent offenses, as Michigan and UCF rank 10th and 12th in the nation respectively in total team offense. The Wolverines flashed their bal- anced striking abilities in their 4-1 rout of Penn State in the…

… the scoring attack. But to stifle UCF's attack, the Wolverines will rely heavily on their experienced defenders, starting with redshirt junior goalkeeper Chris Blais. Blais made nine saves in Mich- igan…

…'s win over Penn State and led the Wolverines to a shutout of Wis- consin the round before. The Seattle native is a captain this year andlooks to lead Michigan on Sunday. Michigan has found success at home…

… the Nittany Lions. He will try to help the Wolverines carry their momentum through to the NCAA Tournament this weekend. Ns/Daly said. "Especially with the CCHA, the point race being so close this year…

… weekend. In both games, fresh- man goalie Kevin Kapalka shutout the Bulldogs. No. 10 Michigan has had suc- cess in the past scoring on the Lakers. During the Wolverines' 11-game win streak, they aver- aged…

November 10, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 48) • Page Image 9

… struggles t( By Chris Burke Daily Sports Editor If anything was made clear during the Michigan basketball team's lack- luster 73-61 exhibition win over Michigan Tech Saturday, it's that the Wolverines have a…

… lot to work on before the regular season starts Nov. 14 against Oakland. And no issue is more pressing for Michigan coach Tommy Amaker than getting all of his players healthy. The banged-up Wolverines

November 05, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 26) • Page Image 14

… of the Wolverines as an "uninspiring performance." Rademacher was pleased with the team's early play, though. Amy Sullivant scored the first goal less than four minutes into the con- test. Forward Abby…

… score 2-0. It was one of the last signs of life from the Wolverine offense. "Sometimes you get up early (in the game) and get a bit complacent," Rademacher said. In the second half, the Wolverines forced…

… off the crossbar of Michigan's goal. The Wolverines had better be awake this Thursday. No. 2 seed Michigan will face No. 7 Michigan State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. This will be the…

… second time the teams have faced each other in two weeks. The Wolverines defeated the Spartans 2-1 in a Lau shines in goal as Blue stuns Ohio State By Chris Burke Daily Sports Writer If the Michigan men…

…-save shutout as the Wolverines upset No. 14 Ohio State, 1- 0, in Columbus on Friday night. The victory was Michigan's first road win of the season, and the program's first- ever varsity win over a ranked team…

… accomplish once this year." For Lau, the win was especially sweet. Playing in his hometown, Lau was forced into action after Joe Zawacki received a red card in the Wolverines' 4-0 loss to Furman on Oct. 28. It…

… game pending an official ruling, the Wolverines are hoping that Lau can continue his hot play. "It's fantastic for the kid - two starts DANNY MOLOSHOK/Daily Although Michigan was uninspired against…

… Western Michigan, Abby Crumpton (22) was a bright spot. She had a goal and an assist as the Wolverines knocked off the Broncos, 2-0. and two Big Ten wins," Burns said. "Any- time he can get this type of…

… the clamps on the Buckeye attack. Despite yielding 16 shots - only four were on net - the Wolverines were able to keep Ohio State from capitalizing on any of their opportuni- ties during the physical…

…'t convert on them." Michigan will hold the fourth seed for the Big Ten Tournament that starts Thurs- day in Madison. On the basis of Wisconsin's 1-0 win over Ohio State yesterday, the Wolverines will draw a…

November 04, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 27) • Page Image 18

… freshmen on the team, it is no surprise that Michigan coach Jim Richardson is blunt when saying "We're young." Youth has its advantages for the Wolverines, who have already seen three freshmen win individual…

…-yard breaststroke, as well. Richardson is also looking to freshmen Brooke Smith and Lisheth Gohel to devel- op in the 200-yard butterfly, an event the Wolverines must shore up, in order so compete with…

November 21, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 35) • Page Image 15

… recruiting class in the country - the women's basketball team will definitely be a group to watch this season. The newest Wolverines are guards ASemeldaElverton, Akisha Franklin and Molly Murray; forwards…

… Maritza Dubois and Tiffany Willard; and cen- ters Tennille Caruthers and Pollyanna Johns. Call the newest Wolverines the Sensational Seven. Michigan coach Trish Roberts un- veils her exceptional recruiting…

November 20, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 37) • Page Image 9

… looked like it might be a repeat of the game played two years ago. On Michigan's last trip to Penn State, a late third quarter-early fourth quarter goal-line stand by the Wolverines turned out to the…

… the Wolverines recovered in the end zone for a touchback. This was Michigan's chance to take over. For the second time on the day, Penn State looked like it was primed for a score but forgot something…

November 03, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 26) • Page Image 17

… from the Michigan volleyball team's match yesterday against Michigan State was that the Wolverines wrapped up the State Pride Battle over the Spartans for the first time since 1993, winning the state…

… flag as a result. The bad news from yesterday's game as far as the Wolverines are concerned was its result - losing to the Spartans in four games, 15-13, 15-3, 8-15, 15-12. Due to a resounding victory a…

November 27, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 41) • Page Image 10

… Crisler Arena, there is a sign that says, "Fatigue Makes Cowards Of Us All. Fatigue Can Conquer You or You Can Conquer Fatigue." Those will be words to live by as the the Wolverines head to Wisconsin for…

… morn- ing to 10 at night. That's a long 14 hours." The No. 10 Wolverines will be facing national power- houses such as No.1 Iowa and No. 4 Iowa State. With the challenge ahead of them, the Wolverines are…

… invitational in Kalamazoo, Michigan was able to win its first tournament since hosting the Dominos Pizza Wolverine Classic in 1983. The Western Michigan trophy was brought home to Ann Arbor on the backs of…

…. Freshman Thomas provided stellar play as Michigan's off-guard, averaging 14.5 points in the tournament. But after facing mediocre talent, the Wolverines may face their first real non-conference test. against…

…, scoring 16 points in its 89-86 victory over North Carolina-Greensboro. If the Wolverines get past a depleted Virginia Tech, they will head to the winner's bracket of the Classic to face the winner of Friday…

…'s Hawaii- Pittsburgh contest. However, should Michigan drop its first game, the Wolverines will play in the loser's bracket, facing the Hawaii-Pittsburgh loser. The marquee matchup in the tournament could be…

…/Daily Amy Johnson and the Wolverines will take their 3-0 start to the beaches and sun- shine of Hawaii this weekend at the 18th Annual Rainbow Classic in Honolulu. Spikers finish up with Iowa, Illini K'9…

November 08, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 28) • Page Image 11

… advance to the semifinals of today's Big Ten tournament, the Wolverines will ave to do something that they haven't one in two years - beat Penn State. While this may not sound like a tough task for a…

… Michigan team that has improved all season, consider this: t In the previous eight meetings between Penn State and Michigan, the Lady Lions hold a 7-1 edge, most recently, beating the Wolverines, 7-3, on Oct…

November 13, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 31) • Page Image 13

… tryouts this year, Rothstein said. The Wolverines look forward to both the challenge of fierce competition and to winning expectations. They are going to be a tough team to compete against. "Michigan will…

… to beat:' Although they have performed well during the fall season, the Wolverines say it is due to preparation, hard work, enthusiasm and dedication. The Wolverines look forward to a successful…

… the look- out for the next "Great Wolverine,"and the recruiting process is a tireless job for the Michigan coaching staff. "Feb. 8 is the signing date, but we are constantly looking around the country…

… for prospective recruits," Belkin said. "The Midwest and the East Coast have been particularly good areas." Just because the season is over does not mean the work is over. The Wolverines will start…

November 28, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 37) • Page Image 14

… Dominion in the second-round of the NCAA Tournament ended the Wolverines' season. STEVEN TAI/Daily Grade: - Katie Morris and the Michigan field hockey team were one of Michigan's two Big Ten Champions this…

… fall. Summary: The Wolverines never missed a beat this fall season. After opening the season with a win at the Great Meadows Invitational, the Michi- gan women's cross country team went on to dominate…

… Michigan season Team MVP: Senior goalkeeper Peter Dzubay Grade: Summary: Michigan earned a team title at the Wolverine Invitational, but the season ended on a disappointing note with consecutive llth…

…-place showings at the Tyson/Embassy Suites Invitational and The Landfall Tradition. Best Finish: Wolverine Invitational: Michigan captured the team title at its home tournament, placing five golfers in the top-16…

…. Biggest Loss: The Landfall Tradition: In a field made up of many of the top teams in America, the Wolverines placed one golfer in the top-20. Team MVP: Amy Schmucker Grade: Summary: The volleyball team…

… straight to end the year, the Wolverines' season ended without an NCAA Tournament bid. Biggest win: No. 7 Wisconsin (3-2): The high point of the sea- son occurred Oct. 22 at Cliff Keen Arena when Michigan…

November 15, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 33) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 15, 1996 -11 The matchups: After Purdue, Blue can only get better Pollyanna Johns and the Wolverines will try to rebound from last season's 7-20 record. The…

Wolverines start off the season against the Slovak Republic tonight in an exhibition game at Criser Arena. Changes for women cagerS begin tonight By Ryan White Daily Sports Writer If Michigan holds true to…

November 11, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 29) • Page Image 21

…- cool off a Penn State team that is on pable in the past three weeks, winning ire. its three matches entering the tourna- Instead, the sixth-seeded Wolverines ment. Two Lions captured Big Ten got burned…

…. Player of the Week honors for the week In front of 106 fans, the third-seeded ending Nov. 3. Lady Lions struck for four first-half On offense, McGuire captured the goals, defeating the Wolverines, 4-1, to…

November 16, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 35) • Page Image 16

… coach Debbie Belkin said. "This year's senior class accomplished more than any other." The season ended last Saturday when the Wolverines (9-1-1 Big Ten, 17-6-1 overall) lost to Wake Forest, 1-0, in the…

… season ranked 15th. The Wolverines' non-conference schedule fielded five competitive teams. Michigan tnanaged a 3-2 record entering the Big Ten season. "In the beginning of the season, we were feeling each…

November 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 21) • Page Image 11

… to prepare them for the upcoming battles. This wasn't the case, however, for the Michigan Men's Volleyball team this weekend. Playing into the wee hours of the orning, the Wolverines defeated the nemy…

… Illi- hois in the finals, 15-7 and 17-16. In addition to beating Illinois, the Wolverines accomplished tough vic- ries over Ohio State and Michigan tate - the favorites coming into the start of the…

… firsthalfagainst Arizona, but exploded for five goals in the second. Freshman forward Kim Phillips led the Wolverine barrage with two goals while Whitney Ricketts, Alicia Treadway, MariaMarcis and Karen Jones each…

…," Michi- gan coach Debbie Belkin said. "It took us a couple ofminutes in the second half to get into a groove, but it was just a matter of time before we scored." Tied at zero at the half, Wolverine

… with two wins. The Wolverines defeated Nebraska and Arizona. I I RAISE YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS I I 4 4 4 I 44I ~1' I t 4 4 I I 44 44 I I I 6 I'' ; 1 I. .~.f …

November 11, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 29) • Page Image 9

… goaltender Billy Sauer will likely face more shots than normal due to the wider ice surface of the Berry Events Center where the Wolverines will face Northern Michigan. Widerrpresents test for Cers By Anne…

…-seed-0 GAT ed Wolverines saw their hopes of wining the Big Ten title and a bid to the NCAA Champion- ships dashed yesterday when they lost to fourth-seeded Michigan State 1-0 in the first round of the Big…

November 01, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 24) • Page Image 16

… Minnesota, 2-0. Scoring chances were no problem for Michigan against Alabama. But the Wolverines continued to struggle with finishing on their oppurtunities. Despite outshooting the Crimson Tide 35…

… with it goes the security of knowing that there will always be another game to play. Michigan will face Michigan State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament this Friday. If the Wolverines are…

November 13, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 34) • Page Image 14

… Ten championship Advance to NCAA championships 3. Place in the top four at the NCAA championships So far, the Wolverines are one-for-one heir hit list. Saturday, Michigan gets a k at No. 2 when it…

… known to fade after strong starts, staying up with the front pack for only half of the Big Ten race. The Wolverines were able to fend off the Badgers when they clashed at the Big Ten championships Nov. 1…

November 14, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 32) • Page Image 16

… at 7 p.m. and No. 11 Ohio State on Saturday at 5 p.m. Saturday's match will start early to allow~for a live broadcast on ESPN2. It wibe the first time the Wolverines haveppeared on national television…

… for tomorrow is questionable. Senior Erin McGovern will replace Mendoza if she is unable to play. Whoever does the setting, the Wolverines will need strong play from their attackers. Senior Kristen…

November 08, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 30) • Page Image 14

…'s Wolverine basketball squad. Fans - and the coaches - want to know whether or not the five highly-touted Michigan frosh can make an immediate impact at the collegiate level. Most experts expect the Wolverines

… to be back in the college basket- ball limelight. Michigan has'been ranked in the top 25 in most preseason polls, and in the top 20 in several others. Wolverine coach Steve Fisher does not yet know…

…'ve mixed everything up throughout each practice with the 16 kids." The Wolverines face a challenging pre-Big Ten schedule. Unlike the Bill Frieder cupcake days, this year's slate includes a game against the…

… Blue Devils bring a national championship squad that lost only Billy McCaffrey and Greg Koubek - and added premier high school big men Cherokee Parks and Eric Meek - to Ann Arbor Dec. 14. The Wolverines

…, everyone should have a clearer pic- ture of how far this edition of the Wolverines can go. .1- Stickers close 1991 campaign at MSU by Andy Stabile Daily Sports Writer These games are for pride. Going into…

… the last weekend of the season, Michigan field hockey coach Patti Smith knows pride might be the only motivating factor left in her team. The Wolverines (2- 6 in the Midwest Collegiate Field Hockey…

… teams it has been able to notch victories. Al- though no chance of post-season play exists for the Wolverines, Smith sees the last two games as important. "It's how you want to end your season," Smith…

… season, Smith wll keep the Wolverines busy. "The ball keeps rolling arouid here," she said. "We will work on things over the winter. We have a good group of recruits to draw from. We should be tougher next…

Wolverines will play Michigan State today and Northern Illinois tomorrow to close out their season. Blue can learn from, by Tim Spolar Daily Sports Writer "Challenging' is a mild way to describe the season…

… ahead for the 1991 University of Michi- gan field hockey team." As the opening statement of this year's media guide predicted, the Wolverines fought an uphill battle all year long en route to what has…

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

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

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

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

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

November 28, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 56) • Page Image 10

… at home. ' Friday's 3-3 tie in Kalamazoo k~ept the Wolverines unbeaten on the road. But Saturday's 6-5 loss at Yost <%ntinued their frustrations at home. : For want of a couple of inches, jaturday's 6…

…-5 setback could have been a 7-6 win. The Wolverines had t vo scoring chances glance off the p~ost. The final chance came in the game's closing seconds, as a Mike Moes' wrist shot deflected high off te right…

… post. "I just went to the net and the puck came out front," Moes said. "I shot it off the goal post and it went MOES' SHOT was one of many Wolverine bids to tie the game in the final minute of play, but…

…-open first period; vhich featured long stretches of three-on-three play. The Wolverines enjoyed leads of -0 and 3-1 during the first period. First-year forward Ted Kramer had two goals and Brad Turner, who was…

…. 'THE BRONCOS added two goals in the second period, ifmproving their lead to 5-3. The Wolverines had their chances, including several during a one- rpinute-17-second span during which they enjoyed a five…

… Berenson a loose puck into the Broncos' net to tie the score. But Western's Rob Pallin answered by rifling a slapshot past Wolverine goalie Warren Sharples from the right point. It was Pallin's first career…

…. The Wolverines fell behind early when Western scored on a penalty shot. Western left winger Bill Armstrong converted the penalty shot when Michigan defenseman Jeff Turner covered a loose puck in the…

Wolverines' crease. Western's leading scorer, Ron Hoover, added a power-nlav goal. Michigan goal by defenseman Myles O'Connor, increasing the Broncos' lead to 3-1. But Michigan center Don Stone scored a short…

…-handed goal with 6:21 remaining to bring the Wolverines within a goal. With just over four minutes left, Wolverines goalie Tim Keough kept the game within reach with a save against Hoover, who had a one…

… on the road was a moral victory for the Wolverines, but Saturday's disappointment reversed their spirits, as they came away with only one point for the second straight weekend and suffered their second…

November 21, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 31) • Page Image 7

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.cam Friday, November 21, 2014 - 7A The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Friday, November 21, 2014 - 7A Wolverines survive Detroit By MAX BULTMAN Daily Sports…

… Writer Bogged down by a ,sloppy start, the Michigan men's basketball team found itself tied with Detroit, 52-52, with just five minutes to play. The Titans had just chipped away a nine-point Wolverine lead…

… on the back of guard Juwan Howard Jr.-sonof DETROIT 62 Michigan MICHIGAN 71 great and Fab Five member Juwan Howard - and were in position to make a late push for an upset. But the Wolverines simply…

… just wanted to come through for the team." The Wolverine run started when Irvin and redshirt freshman forward Mark Donnal forced a turnover on a trap behind the arc, and while Irvin missed the transition…

… 3-pointer, TERESA MATHEW/ Junior guard Caris LeVertescored a team-high 21 points as the Wolverines pulled away late to beat Detroit, 71-62. the increased energy on defense made a noticeable…

… difference. Donnal added a block on the next Detroit possession, and LeVert took a steal coast-tp-coast for a lay-in two minutes later to give the Wolverines a 35-34 lead that they would relinquish only…

… believe anoffensive outburst was coming. The Wolverines started slowly and didn't break out of it until the half's final minutes, ultimately shooting just 10-for- 29 from the floor and 3-for-12 on 3…

… the ball a lot, (trying to) take away our offense. We've just to stay poised and stay in the flow of our game and not get sped up." Irvin sank two triples to give the Wolverines a lead late in the first…

… - Wolverines quieted the Detroit comeback with a decisive 11-point run on the shoulders of their big three. LeVert, Irvin and Walton combined for 45 of the team's 71 total points. After his slow start, Irvin…

… first road game. Red-hot Pittsburgh offn se owns 'M By JACOB GASE opening run left the Wolverines Daily Sports Writer battling a double-digit deficit for the majority of the game. In its first two games…

November 04, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

… Avenue. . Nainlsrv vlae status of wolveries in Michigan By Lindsey Paterson For the Daily Did real wolverines ever roam the Wolver- ine State? Patrick Rusz of the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy says yes…

…. "I'm a believer that there once were wolverines," he said. The question surfaced recently when the Predator Conservation Alliance, based in Bozeman, Wyo., petitioned to place the wolverine on the…

… will conduct a study in 2004 to determine the wolverine's "biology, ecology, distribution and habitat ... as well as poten- tial threats to its existence," said Ralph Mor- genweck, director of the Fish…

… status of the wolverine, a mem- ber of the weasel family, is labeled as "Sensi- tive," WolverineFoundation.org states. Their numbers are declining due to hunting and fur trapping, but there is evidence…

November 18, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 52) • Page Image 14

… Kolodgy Daily Sports Writer WEST LAFAYETTE - The race had been run, and the cool-down was completed - Now all the Michigan's women's cross country team could do was wait for the results. The Wolverines

… win, the Wolverines finished sec- ond out of 31 teams at the Great Lakes Regional Championship, falling short only to Notre Dame. This place automatically qualified them for the NCAA Championships…

November 15, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 34) • Page Image 13

…Wn Urfc k b~iijanll '(1 VI IIIiI 1a(M LJaII uu p'us Out of t, oa Page I After last season's finish left a sour taste in the Wolverines' mouths, the Michigan women's basketball team finds itself…

… with some. nifished business Heartbreaking finish still motivation for this season's Wolverines By Michael Kern O DAILY SPoRs WRJTER In their final game of the season, the Wolverines found themselves…

November 12, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 33) • Page Image 16

…. importance on early games against Big spots, Foreman said. For the past two years, Michigan has Ten teams ' Foreman said. "But there's The Wolverines made great strides excelled in the regular season and has…

… really very little I would change." this season, due in part to an all-around ,advanced to the Big Ten championship, With the Wolverines not receiving a team effort. but received no bid to the NCAAs…

November 22, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 40) • Page Image 13

…, dreams of the national tournament were just that - eams. But 24 wins and a few thou- nd dollars later, the Wolverines' early-season dreams are a reality. Yesterday, the squad left for Austin, Texas, to…

… join 11 other teams in the second annual women's national club soccer championship. Minnesota, a team that Michigan shutout this year, 4-0, won the inau- gural tournament. The Wolverines have previously…

… in the Amateur Wrestling News pre- season poll, will be joined by sev- eral other top 20 teams, including Penn State, Ohio State, Clarion, Purdue, Pittsburgh, and Lehigh. Wolverine coach Dale Bahr…

… Eastern Michigan Open. It will be a wel- come change for Gilbert, who earned All-America honors at 134 last year. 'M' basketball wins second Wolverines win, 100-93, despite Romar's 45 by David Schechter…

… Daily Basketball Writer AUBURN HILLS - The plot: Michigan defeated Athletes in Action, 100-93, last night at the Palace of Auburn Hills. The sub- plot: it took everything the Wolverines could muster to…

… the contest turned out to be a duel between Romar and Wolverine guard Michael Talley. Romar would hit a three-pointer, and then Talley would shoot the bonus after being fouled bringing up the ball up…

… the floor. "He had some outstanding shots," Talley said. "He hit a lot of long-range shots." The Wolverines were plagued by messy play throughout the game, ac- centuating the lackluster perfor- mance…

November 16, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 35) • Page Image 9

… Commodores By Uma Subramanian Daily Sports Writer NASHVILLE - Heartbreak Hotel. For the Michigan women's basketball team, Vanderbilt's Memorial Gym was just that. The Wolverines went into Friday's game against…

… collective heart of the Wolverines was slowing breaking. Defensively, however, Michigan (0-1) was surprisingly effective. The Wolverines succeeded in holding one of the most productive offenses in the country…

November 17, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 33) • Page Image 14

… pride and losepride in the same match, the Michi- gan women's volleyball team did it last night. The Wolverines won their big- gest match of the season, a 15-11, 14- 16,4-15,15-13,15-9, five-game thriller…

… comeback, win- ning five crucial points on her serve. The Wolverines led 14-12 in game two, but the Spartans came back and won four points and the game. Michi- gan looked to be out ofit after Michigan State…

November 04, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 42) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 4, 1988--Page 11 Jug Continued from Page 1 get up more for Michigan than for any other team. He does acknow- ledge, however that the Wolverine defense poses a…

… Little Brown Jug. THE JUG was a forgotten Wolverine water jug left at a 'Minnesota-Michigan game in 1903. When the Wolverines asked to get the jug returned, the Gophers said Ahey'd have to win it back. So…

… HANDELMAN/Doily Michigan defenders; Erick Anderson (37), Brent White (88), and Tripp Welbourne (3) can't stop a Wake Forest running back as he scores a touchdown. The Wolverines hope to do better against…

… the numbers one through twelve have been equally as hexing, as the Wolverines have dropped every conference game. After opening the season 10-3, the Wolverines' record now stands at 10-16 and their Big…

… Invitational. The Wolverines won in four games. The next time the, intrastate rivals faced each other was last month's contest in Ann Arbor, with the Spartans winning in five games. And Wednesday night, the…

Wolverines lost to the Spartans in three games, 12-15, 10-15, 14-16. "THEY REALLY prepared to play us," said Michigan assistant coach Youde Wang. "Before they didn't pass very well. Last night they passed…

… unusually well." "Michigan has a big block. They block well and we respect it," said Michigan State coach Ginger Mayson. "We passed really well (to overcome it)." The Wolverines and Michigan State share the…

…, Karla Hunter, and Kristen Lang were injured. First-year player Jennifer Paulson, considered a valuable addition, has been out the entire season. And most recently the Wolverines lost Wendy Raber and Laura…

…. UNFORTUNATELY, in their defeats, the Wolverines' weaknesses have overshadowed their strengths. Their biggest weakness appears to be ball handling. "During a game a blocked ball goes in any direction. We don…

… important as another trophy the Wolverines would like a chance to play for - the Rose Bowl cup. IF MINNESOTA can pull off the upset, that would throw a major kink into Michigan's Rose Bowl plans. Will they…

November 03, 2014 (vol. 123, iss. 55) • Page Image 9

…T; z The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com November 3, 2414 - 3B Th icia Diy- ihgadilcmNoebr ,214-_ ICE HOCKEY Special teams' struggles doom Wolverines on road M' upsets Spartans By JEREMY…

… swept at No. 17 Michigan Tech this MICHIGAN 2 weekend, MICH. TECH 4 - a series in MICHIGAN 2 which the MICH. TECH 5 Wolverines were outscored 4-0 on special teams - all the concerns about leveling the…

November 13, 2012 (vol. 123, iss. 42) • Page Image 7

… for either team to score on his penalty shot. The lone goal completed an improbable comeback, after the Wolverines scored three third- period goals to send the game to overtime. Though they left…

… the Wolverines home-and-home series with. Michigan State. In Michigan's 5-1 victory on Friday night in Ann Arbor, he tallied two assists, for a total of five on the year. A day later, when the…

November 01, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 38) • Page Image 9

… Daily Sports Editor STATE COLLEGE - On Michigan's first possession of its 41-31 loss to Penn State in Happy Valley, the Wolverine offense went three-and-out. And with the way Michigan's defense has played…

… up 14-7 at the end of the first quarter. Michi- gan's defense forced its first punt in the second quarter and the Wolverines came See HAPPY VALLEY, Page 3B By TIM ROHAN Daily SportsEditor STATE…

…-important down. But the Wolverines had a chance to jump out to a strong start after forcing a quick 3rd-and-10 on the Nittany Lions' first drive. McGloin dropped back, saw an open- ing to the left and scrambled…

… clean up the little things, keep working." The Wolverines' defense ranks 95th nationally on third-down conversions, and Michigan is No. 106 in total defense. Penn State's success on third down was no…

Wolverines Michigan stopped the Nittany Lions just once in the first half and allowed 28 points, which tied with Youngstown State for the most allowed to Penn State in a half all season. The Wolverines could…

… long plays. The backbreaker was the touchdown the Wolverines allowed on the Nittany Lions' last possession before the half. A booted kickoff started Michigan inside its own five-yard line and the Wolver…

…- ines' ensuing three-and-out gave Penn State great field position, At the time, Michigan trailed just 21-10 and needed a stop in the worst way. After a 17-yard screen pass, the Wolverines defense answered…

… mechanics, cranking up its inten- sity, and flat-out finding ways to score in game two. The Wolverines' past four games have been a rollercoaster - and thanks to junior forward David Wohlberg, they didn…

…'t spare any dramatics this week- end. Michigan earned a 2-2 tie with a shootout loss in Big Rapids Fri- day before returning to Yost to win Saturday, 3-2. But through- out the Wolverines' recent iden- tity…

… and was out-shot 11-3 in the first period. Ferris State led by two half- way through the third period due to the Wolverines' comsbina- tion of sloppy passing and dif- ficulty keeping the puck in the…

November 26, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 56) • Page Image 9

… hate, and that'd be Minnesota," Michigan goalie Billy Sauer said. "It was really good to get out there and geta win." The second-ranked Wolverines (8-0 CCHA, 12-1 overall) swept both games of the College…

… like this. Porter, the team's captain, and Kolarik, Michigan's assistant cap- tain, combined to tally six of the Wolverines' eight total goals this weekend. Their lights-out per- formance helped guide…

… engaged a little bit better in the offense," Borseth said. "That allowed her to take some better shots." Minnfield was not the only Wolverine to rebound from Michigan's defeat. Junior forward Carly Benson…

…). That was the difference offensively." The Wolverines began the game slowly, per- haps because of the Friday loss. But they quickly See BELMONT, Page 4B Same old Wolverines in Alaska By DAN FELDMAN Daily…

… Sports Writer How good is the Michigan men's bas- ketball team?_ At this point, W. KENTUCKY 73 the answer is MICHIGAN 69 still up in the - - air. Six games into the John Beilein era, the Wolverines (3…

… Western Kentucky possession, Wolverine junior point guard C.J. Lee got a steal that led to a Manny Harris dunk. With eight seconds between the shot clock and game clock, the Wolverines elected not to foul…

… offensive system is new and Mich- igan's schedule is brutal. But there's futility, and then there's hopelessness. Reaching the postseason may be futile, but the Wolverines are far from hopeless. Even with…

… confidence and mettle. The Wolverines' youth move- ment - led by freshmen Manny Harris and Kelvin Grady and sophomores DeShawn Sims, Zack Gibson and Ekpe Udoh - gives this squad a hop in its step that it See…

November 30, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 43) • Page Image 16

…-4, dropping the Wolverines to 4-16 in conference play - 10th in the Big Ten - and 12-18 overall. The Badgers contained Michigan's offense, holding outside hitter Karen Chase to five kills for the match and the…

… team to a .010 hitting percentage. Michigan outside hitter Joanna Fielder led the team with seven kills. Leading the Wolverines with seven digs and 23 assists, freshman setter Shannon Melka paced…

… loss to Iowa did have a silver lining. All-time kill leader Karen Chase set her fourth Michigan record by spiking 33 kills, breaking former Wolverine Shannon Brownlee's school record of 30 in a match…

… had three serving aces. The Wolverines lost in five games of their 2 1/2-hour match, (10-15, 11-15, 15-101 15-8, 9-15). For the second time this season, Michigan came back from a two-game deficit only…

… score. Chase hit really well and Linsey blocked really well." But Chase wasn't the only Wolverine to thrive. Sophomore set- ter Alija Pittenger contributed a per- sonal-best 80 assists - also a team…

… blocks with seven of the 10 that Michigan threw back. Sophomores Sarah Behnke and Joanna Fielder also had above- average matches for the Wolverines with 19 and 16 kills, respectively. The Wolverines also…

Wolverines finished out their season 1-12 versus ranked oppo- nents, with their only win coming against then-No. 22 Minnesota. They also ended up 11-6 versus unranked opponents, with all the losses coming…

November 17, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 36) • Page Image 9

… Saturday's District IV regional championships, and a blister- ing wind-chill created a hostile environment. The Wolverines ran with "monster spikes," according to fifth-place finisher Julie Froud, to…

… against Western Michigan left the Wolverines 0-1 for the first time since they lost to Arizona to the 1989-90 season. 'e 12,237 in attendance at Crisler watched the Wolverines let an 11-point second…

November 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 26) • Page Image 10

…4B - November 17 2014 Sport'SMo*nday The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 4B - November 17,2014 SportsMoilday The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom Wolverines rally to top Bucknell MEN…

… struggled with the turnover bug. But yet again, the Wolverines bailedthemselvesoutwith timely shooting. Hitting 53.8 percent of its shots from behind the arc and riding strong performances from two starting…

November 18, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 54) • Page Image 8

…07r 8 - Tuesday, November 18, 2008 6 6 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Blue heading back to NCAAs Wolverines earn No. 11 seed in tourney By CHANTEL JENNINGS Daily Sports Writer With their…

… eyes glued to a tele- vision at the Junge Family Cham- pions Center, the Michigan men's soccer team went silent when the brackets arrived on the screen. The Wolverines, a lock for the NCAA tournament…

…. Instead, Michigan will rely on its aggressive scoring trio of senior Jake Stacy and juniors Mauro Fuzetti and Peri Marosevic. The strong Wolverine defense, coupled with the outstanding play of red- shirt…

… for the Wolverines after an 18-point per- formance against Kentucky in the season opener. She refused to play like her age. She looked like she'd done this before. But for almost 37 minutes against…

… Akron, Boylan looked like a freshman again. And the rest of the Wolverines followed suit. Boylan was held without a field goal until a late three-pointer dropped for the former Minnesota Ms. Basketball as…

… the Wolverines (1-1 overall) shot 29% from the floor in a 58-49 loss to the Zips. Michigan coach Kevin Borseth called the Wolverines' offensive performance "atrocious". "We aren't good offensively…

November 30, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 39) • Page Image 10

… uncharacteristically bad first half behind it, Michigan knew it needed a strong second half to secure a victory. The Wolverines didn't disappoint, and, in the second half, a rejuvenated squad on both sides of the ball…

… defense smothered the Hur- ricanes in the next five minutes, and the Wolver- ines' offense didn't miss a beat. Five Wolverines posted double figures, led by Harris's 16 points. Fellow juniors Courtney Sims…

Wolverine rotated to stop him. On the other side of the court, Michigan cleaned the glass with the zest of an overzealous win- dow-washer. The Wolverines never shot particularly well, but, thanks to their…

… aggressiveness crashing the boards, it didn't matter. Once again, Brown led the team's impressive effort, notching five offensive rebounds. But he wasn't alone, and every Wolverine who played more than 10 minutes…

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

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

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

November 03, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 26) • Page Image 16

…6B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - November 3, 1997 a s i i a i J 4 { d j 1 i ji g# S 1 P From start to finish, Blue victory full of emotion Large crowd, Michigan pep band energize Wolverines

… Amy Helber said &'curately describe Michigan's game Wolverines outhustled Michigan THE No GOAL P igainst Michigan State on Sunday, it State and beat the Spartans to almost Throughout the season 'ould be…

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