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December 09, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 50) • Page Image 9

… close or Blue y Dan Stilman Daily Sports Writer PEORIA, Ill. - Remember the bril- liant performance put on by the Wolverines in their 83-59 thrashing of UNLV on Saturday at Crisler Arena? Well, forget it…

… an 18- point thrashing of Cleveland State on Nov. 19, Michigan's ... victories and losses have been hotly con- tested, especially on the oad. 'The Wolverines 1Z 4 * now 2-1 on the road, with their two…

December 06, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 46) • Page Image 18

… is one of the oldest in Wolverines' history, dating back to 1919. The rivalry continues today, with the talk of ties between the two pro- grams, a sort-of broken family syn- drome. It continued last…

… night at Crisler -Arena. Detroit coach Perry Watson, previously an assistant at Michigan, left the Wolverines for the Titans in 1993. And Detroit senior Leon Derricks transferred from Michigan in 1994…

…, what Conlan did was much simpler. and yet it mu1ay the best single play by a Wolverine this season. Taylor got the ball in the post, on the right side, backed his man in a little, turned and put up the…

… hands, and he put it right back into the buck- et. After trailing by as many as eight points, the Wolverines were now only behind by one. That play, and the man who made it, epitomize some of the stuff…

… kind of play you see on a Bobby Knight team, a Dean Smith team, a Mike Krzyzewski team. And those are teams men- tioned in the same breath as Michigan, by virtue of the Wolverines' lofty No. 7 ranking…

December 04, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 44) • Page Image 9

… Michigan wrestling team was start- ing seven underclassmen. The Wolverines continued to post impressive results in their early sea- son tournaments, as seven wrestlers placed in the top five of their weight…

… Western Michigan at Yost Ice Arena. The Wolverines were blown out at home by the Broncos, 7-2, in Michigan's second game last season. Since then, the Wolverines are 19-0- 1 at Yost and have trailed their…

December 09, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 47) • Page Image 15

… its first collegiate final examination. But the Wolverines had a test in a tough Nebraska squad last night at Crisler Arena. The proctors took the form of the Cornhuskers, who taught the young Michigan…

… team that it still has a long way to go before it reaches honor roll. One of the Wolverines' first lessons was Nebraska's stifling, trapping 1-2- 2 halfcourt press. Freshman Molly Murray, who is playing…

… season-high 99 points. Nebraska shot .672 percent - .002 off the all-time high for a Michigan opponent. Wolverine defenders looked more like matadors, conceding easy baskets to the bullish Nebraska offense…

…. If the Wolverines had won last night, not only would they have had more wins than in each of the past two seasons, they would be better-prepared for future exams. Michigan coach Trish Roberts said that…

… the win would have would have turned the team around and given the Wolverines a much-needed lift. All they can do is study and prepare for the next one. Women fall to Nebraska, 99-81 By RAVI GOPAL…

… Daily Basketball Writer The Michigan women's basket- ball team played 30 minutes of solid basketball last night. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, the Nebraska Cornhuskers played all 40. As a result…

…, Michigan was swamped by the Huskers (6-2), 99- 81, at Crisler Arena. After falling behind by as many as 12, the Wolverines (3-4) found them- selves trailing by just three. The Husk- ers' lead was 66-63 with…

… 10:38 to go. Then Michigan stopped playing, and Nebraska's Anna DeForge started. The 5-11 freshman guard poured in 11 of her 20 points to key a Husker harvest. Coupled with a sputtering Wolverine

December 04, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 47) • Page Image 11

… be a diffi- cult task. Not that the Wolverines are rly complaining. he prospect of the unknown just adds to the challenge of the NCAAs - which the Wolverines have tried the past 16 years to qualify for…

…. Heading into College Station, Tex., the only thing the Wolverines (20-I1) earrbe sure of is that the Owls have a 29- 4 record, which includes a 21-game win- ning-streak and a perfect 22-0 mark in the…

December 08, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 49) • Page Image 15

…. g Not only did she move up two spots Ehe Wolverines' all-time scoring list, but sJe also moved up one spot on Michigan's all-time rebound list. F Going into this weekend's Duke Classic Tournament…

…, Johns had 868 career .points, which placed het 14th on the Wolverines' list. But Johns broke 14Ce 44 into the No. 12 spot *h a 13-point per- formance against Florida A&M on Saturday and a 20- point…

December 02, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 59) • Page Image 9

… project would require this many bricks. Saturday, for the fourth straight game, the Wolverines were dismal shooting the ball, finishing at 36.5 percent from the field and 12-for-21 from the free-throw line…

… en route to a 56-52 loss at Crisler Arena to Western Michigan (3-1). The performance from the floor for Michigan (0- 4) was actually an improvement over the Paradise Jam tournament, as the Wolverines

December 08, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 49) • Page Image 9

…'s basketball team, it's the play that decided their biggest game of the young season. When the Wolverines were trailing No. 15 Duke by one point with 15 seconds left yesterday, Michigan coach Sue Guevara called…

…:58 remaining, Duke forward Peppi Browne had missed a free throw, giving the Wolverines the ball, down by three. And Guevara called her favorite play - Detroit. 9his time, Thorius found Johns for the layup…

December 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 41) • Page Image 9

… said. The intellectual stimulation that the Wolverines seek won't be found in Harvard's libraries, however. It will be found in the pool as they take on the Crimson, Boston Uni- Oversity and No. 13…

… Florida in the Harvard Invitational. Yet, only half of the Wolverines will be heading east. Michigan is also swimming at the Eastern Michi- gan Invitational tomorrow and Sat- urday. The contingent going to…

December 10, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 48) • Page Image 15

… over Eastern Michigan and defending national champion, Texas. The upset of No. I Texas will carry the Wolverines into their annual training camp Dec. 21 through Jan. 7 in Perth. After the three-week camp…

…, the Wolverines return to action against highly-ranked opponents No. 3 Stanford January 10 and No. 10 California on Jan. 11. The training camp is an annual event that is used to build team unity which is…

December 10, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 41) • Page Image 8

…8A - Wednesday, December 10, 2014 . , :'. The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com MEN'S BASKETBALL Wolverines slowed on offense, fall to Eagles JAMES COLLER/Daily Sphomore forward Zak Irvin couldn…

… deprived the Wolverine Tuesday night at Crisler Center. offense of several of its staples. The Wolverinesfoughtthrough Michigan's resident sharpshooter the Syracuse zone en route to a - sophomore forward Zak…

… rim on a deep trey attempt of "You're always going to have his own soon after. Collectively, 'nights when shots aren't falling," the Wolverines made just four of said junior guard Spike Albrecht. 21…

… attempts from beyond the arc. "That's when you find out how "We didn't get open shots," good you really are." Beilein said. "If you're missing a IfAlbrechttooktheWolverines' lot of open shots, you might have…

… chance to review credited the offensive struggles game tape that revealed how the Wolverines might attack the'-3. "We play our zones very simi- lar, if not the same," Murphy said. "We knew the actions…

… hard." Reboundingtoo, distinguished the Wolverines' markedly different attempts at beating the 2-3 from one another. "Who would think that we would get 17 offensive rebounds against Syracuse," Beilein…

… - that mattered to the Wolverines "Because it's a local team, they're really down," Beilein said of his squad's postgame mood. "We can't stay down. We've just got to move forward." After losing to NJIT…

…, Wolverines suffer second upset By DANIEL FELDMAN Daily Sports Writer If you were looking for the Michigan men's basketball team to bounce back against Eastern Michigan with a dominant showing, E. MICHIGAN 45…

… you MICHIGAN 42 would've been sorely disappointed. But unlike against New Jersey Institute of Technology on Saturday, it wasn't hot shooting from the Wolverines' opponent that would keep Michigan from…

… Michigan (8-1) pulled out the 45-42 victory over Michigan, defeating the Wolverines, for the first time since Dec. 17, 1997. "The intensity was there from our side," said sophomore guard Derrick Walton Jr…

December 01, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 61) • Page Image 9

… Crisler Arena court at halftime, the Michigan men's basketball team was at the lowest point of its surprisingly successful young season. The Wolverines were down 20 points to asteam that finished 17-92 in…

… Band director's crazy dances. But Michigan still had 20 minutes to play. The Wolverines began the second half with an explosive seven-minute, 15-0 run to squeak past a sup- posedly overmatched Savannah…

December 10, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 67) • Page Image 14

…Page 6-The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- December 10, 1990 by Jeni Durst Daily Hockey Writer The Wolverine hockey team proved its ability to throw a game's momentum its way was not just a one- time…

… team with the ability to fight their way into the win column. Friday night at Lawson Ice Arena, the Wolverines, went into the third period tied, 2-2, against the Broncos. Even with the foreign crowd…

… started taking over." "The third period was a good solid period," coach Red Berenson said. "It was a matter of momentum. We wanted to win and we knew what we had to do and we did it." The Wolverines rode…

… that momentum to tally their four ensuing goals and shut out Western for the remain- der of the game. The Wolverine surge commenced with rookie leftwinger Cam Stewart's playbook goal five minutes into…

…-captain Stone, who assisted in a big way at Yost Saturday by pushing Wolverine play in the winning direction. Michigan again went into a period with the score tied, only this time it was the second. It was midway…

… into the period when Stone's goal switched the thrust of the action the Wolverine way. "We were getting to a point there where it was get- Icers ride 'mo' toward victories ting kind of close, 1…

December 02, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 69) • Page Image 9

…'t bother the Michigan basketball layers because they got the game. McLaughlin scored 29 points, hitting 10 of 13 shots in the second half, but the Wolverines turned a strong rebounding advantage into a 71…

…-66 victory over the Chippewas last night at Crisler Arena. The victory leaves Michigan with a 2-0 mark, while Central falls to 1-2. WHILE MCLAUGHLIN was filling the -hoop, the Wolverine front line was pulling…

… half that allowed the Wolverines to rain the early lead. Michigan guard Eric Turner guarded McLaughlin at the start of the contest and the 6-3 Wolverine sophomore did an excellent job. Turner used his…

… of-. fense and Michigan jumped out to an early 10-2 lead after four-and-a-half minutes. The Wolverines never trailed and Central could get no closer than six points the rest of the game. The Wolverines

December 14, 2004 (vol. 115, iss. 52) • Page Image 13

… home the tournament trophy since the final year of its improbable streak. It's been seven fruitless years, but Wolverines coach Red Berenson hopes to turn things around when No. 3 Michigan (11-1-0 CCHA…

…, 13-4-1 overall) faces Michigan Tech (1-13-0 WCHA, 1-14-1 overall) on Dec. 29. The following day, the Wolverines will play either Michigan State or No. 6 New Hampshire. Michigan tied New Hampshire, 4…

December 06, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 61) • Page Image 9

…U The Michigan Daily j michigandaily.com I December 6, 2010 Blue punches ticket to Second-half dominance on I first-ever College Cup display in Wolverines' win Lucky break saves Michigan split MEN…

… hockey team's MICHIGAN 2 series OHIO STATE 3 with Ohio -- ---- State. MICHIGAN 2 After OHIO STATE 1 leading by a goal in the final minute of play on Friday night, the Wolverines allowed a game-tying tally…

…-1 Michigan victory. The Wolverine offense had a furious pace for the entirety of Saturday's game, peppering Buck- eye goaltender Cal Heeter with a season-high 48 shots. But it wasn't until the third period…

… blue" chants started to sound more like, "Let's go Stu." For one of the first times all season, the fans at Crisler Arena seemed to really get behind the Wolverines (5-2) and after Michi- gan headed into…

… first half, Douglass had a monster second stanza, scoring 16 of the Wolverines' 40 points. On the game, he shot 5-for-7 from behind the arc, hitting half of the Michigan's 3-pointers. "It's kind of just…

December 01, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 61) • Page Image 11

… off 25 straight power-play chances, a streak that didn't end until Minne- sota scored on a 2-man advantage in the second period of Michigan's 6-3 win Friday. But in the Wolverines' 3-0 loss to Wisconsin…

… the next night, the power-play and penalty-killing units proved ineffective. The Wolverines gave Wiscon- sin nine opportunities on the man advantage and it converted twice. Badger forward Michael Davies…

…. But the poor win-loss total isn't entirely his fault - the Wolverine offense has made Sau- er's life in net miserable. In his two wins, Sauer received a total of eight goals of support. In his six…

… losses, the Wolverines scored just four total goals. In Saturday's 3-0 loss to Wis- consin, the senior played spectac- ular through the first two periods. The game was scoreless through 40 minutes. With 12…

… through two periods, pen- alties killed the Wolverines. Sauer saved 13 shots in the sec- ond period when the Wolverines spent much of the period down a man. Though two third-period power-play goals doomed…

Wolverines to win, but instead ea of Michigan killing off penalties, co penalties killed the Wolverines. gi Wisconsin had five straight d power-play chances in the second m period, and was onthe man advan…

…- tage nine times total, compared to en three for the Wolverines. fit Two power-play goals in the th third period were the difference ha in the game. Freshman defensemen Greg w Pateryn's hooking penalty…

December 09, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 75) • Page Image 14

…, Wisconsin 9 The Wolverines defeated the Badgers to take their season opener and avenge last year's embarrassing 21-14 loss in Madison. Midway through the final quarter, Michigan held a precarious 13- 9 lead…

… intercep- tions. Notre Dame 23, Michigan 17 The Irish cast a dark shadow over the Wolverines' season, handing them a heart-breaking loss in the first night game ever played in Notre Dame Stadium. Free safety…

… the Bruins discovered the Wolverine defense's inability to halt a solid passing attack. QuarterbackTom Ramsey lead his team down comeback road, completing 22 of 37 pass attempts for 311 yards and two…

… touchdowns. Michigan 24, Indiana 10 After sinking in two consecutive non- conference matchups, the Wolverines smoothly sailed to their second Big Ten victory, handily defeating the Hoosiers by two touchdowns…

… and tying another. Michigan 29, Iowa 7 Last year Iowa severly hampered Michigan's Big Ten title aspirations, and the Wolverines returned the favor leveling the Iowa City boys, 29-7. The win coupled with…

… Illinois' 26-21 loss to Ohio State, left the Wolverines as the, uncontested Big Ten leader. Michigan 49 Northwestern 14 The Wolverine offense carried the ball into the en esx times t first half to leave tif…

December 12, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 67) • Page Image 10

… dandies." But while youth may be the current trend, Michigan coach Tommy Amaker is hoping his team has an edge based on its experience. The Wolverines' starting lineup through 11 games looks like this: Dion…

… and fifth, respectively. The rebounding numbers also lend sup- port to the leadership of the seniors. Petway (8.0 rebounds per game) and Sims (7.1) con- trol the boards for the Wolverines. And then…

December 08, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 66) • Page Image 9

…-0) dominat- ed the Wolver-_MCHGAN_63_ ines on the glass, outrebounding Michigan 42-24 on the night. They double-teamed the Wolverines in the low post, forcing long perimeter jump shots and turnovers. ""When…

Wolverines (4-1) began settling for jumpshots and turning the ball over to Vanderbilt's high-pressure defense. Three-point shooting woes contin- ued to plague the team as well. They shot just 5-for-20 in the…

… third game. Senior Erin Moore, sensing the impending end of a brilliant Wolverine career, recorded two kills and a block to jumpstart the Wolverines early. Up 14-10, Michigan's small wave of momentum was…

… curtailed by several Yerkov kills and costly Wolverine errors. California took seven of the next eight points en route to a 30-28 game three victory. Yerkov recorded the match's final point on a kill, ending…

… the Wolverines' season. "We knew Michigan was going to come out strong and that they are athlet- ic," California coach Rich Feller said. "I just think we executed very, very well. We were real focused…

December 04, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 44) • Page Image 10

…10- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 4, 1996 Michigan harriers bow to sun gods Wolverines experience heat exhaustion, poor finishes at NCAA Championship By Jacob Wheeler Daily Sports Writer…

… to Michigan's liking. Instead, the Wolverines were forced to run in 70 degree temperatures all day. Michigan was shooting for the top eight overall and hoping to land two run- ners in the top 10. But…

… next year. er, and has two more years to break the top 10 at nationals. MacDonald finished 43rd in Tucson, his last race as a Wolverine. "I just couldn't move up at the end of years, the NCAAs1…

… the Wolverines were freshman Otto Olson and sophomores Corey Grant and Jeff Reese. Grant finished fourth after plac- ing first and second, respectively, in the Wolverines' previous two meets. The lone…

… lost only two matches this season. Bahr said the only disappointment of the tournament was that the' Wolverines only had one champion. "We wrestled really well all day, but then lost in the last match…

…," Bahr said. "We've got to win in the finals." There was no team-scoring in the tournament, and the Wolverines were allowed to enter an unlimited number of wrestlers per weight class. The Wolverines travel…

December 13, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 49) • Page Image 15

… their mass exodus home for the holiday season. Not the women's swimming and diving team. The No. 4 Wolverines head to the Aloha State Dec. 17 for two weeks of fun, practicing and competition in the r…

… blazing sun. The closest Michigan will come to a white Christmas this year is the sun glistening off the white sand. Butnot to worry; many of the Wolverines' par- ents will be joining their daughters in…

December 09, 1992 (vol. 103, iss. 50) • Page Image 9

…" in its name. The Wolverines (2-1 overall) have only one item on their agenda when they host the Falcons (1-0) tonight at Crisler Arena - win. No special motivation factors exist to hype up the contest…

…. The teams have no apparent connections in terms of personnel, and they haven't faced off since 1987, when the Bill Frieder-led Wolverines prevailed, 92-71. Michigan coach Steve Fisher confessed after…

… former Wolverine assistant coach Mike Boyd's first visit to Crisler since he took over the Vikings last season. Webber against Division III Heidelberg College, 81-50. Center Shane Kline- Ruminski, who…

… (8.0) Juwan Howard (left ), Jimmy King and the rest of the Wolverines hope to improve upon their rebounding and foul shooting tonight vs. Bowling Green. Monday, the Wolverines shot 17-for-28 from the…

… were sitting in Reunion Arena rather than Crisler. The Wolverines' 92-77 victory over the Titans brought together several Detroit-area basketball players who had either competed against or played with…

… against your friends) makes it that much more fun to play," Titan guard Tolbert said. Tolbert's link with the Wolverines goes beyond simply facing old high school opponents. The 6-foot-4 guard played two…

… seasons for the Wolverines before transferring to U of D two years ago. His first appearance in Crisler Arena since leaving was a bittersweet moment. "It brought back a lot of memories," Tolbert said…

… effects of the 79-68 loss to Duke during the first half of the game on Monday. The Wolverines play was erratic at times as Michigan attempted to slow down the tempo of the game. Many inside shots did not…

December 10, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 80) • Page Image 6

… speed lrelhant Billy Taylor shows his heels to the once-mighty Ohio State Buckeyes. After starter Glenn Doughty was injur ed in the ichigan State name, Taylor sparked the Wolverine offense to five…

… straight wins, often electrifying the crowds with ling runs f"oni :scrimmage. The Wolverine defensive unit, one of the stingiest in the Big Ten, overwhelms Vander- bilt fullback Allan Spear. Featuring Henry…

… against Michigan in leading the Spartans to a 23-12 decision. It was the Wolverines' sole loss in the conference this year. Junior Quarterback Don Moorhead, who played in Dennis Brown's shadow last season…

…, came into his own in the 1969 campaign. With total offense figures of 1699 yards, Aloorhead rate s one of the most productive quarter- backs in Wolverine history. Above, he moves back into the pocket to…

December 04, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 61) • Page Image 11

… most cer- tainly did. In an event littered with the world's top swimming talent, the Wolverines showed why they deserve to be near the top of the collegiate ranks. Michigan won the college division at…

… the U. S. Open, as its 293 points handily defeated competition that included the likes of No. 1 Auburn (91.5 points) and No. 9 Northwestern (118 points). The Wolverines putup solid num- bers across the…

…. The quar- tet was just one-hundredth of a second behind the Club Wolverine team that included former Wolver- ine stars Davis Tarwater and Peter Vanderkaay, along with Michigan assistant coach Michael…

…-long theme of frustration and heartache. A losing record, no tournament bid and an overall bad taste in their mouths led the Wolverines to set one goal for the 2006 sea- son: Play in December. The team…

… accomplished that goal by the slimmest of margins, losing in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to Cal Poly 3- 1 on Dec. 1. But before they played the match, the Wolverines had to play the waiting game. The…

… just itching to get - out there on the court." Finally, on Friday night, in front of nearly 3,000 energized Cal Poly fans - the largest crowd ever to watch a volleyball game in Mott Gym - the Wolverines

… took the court for their first NCAA ' Tournament match since 2004. Game one showcased a high level of play from both sides of the net, but the Mustangs strung together four small runs that the Wolverines

… much steadier than us." Like its play during the Big Ten season, Michigan started slowly but soon regained its composure. The Wolverines came out swing- ing in game two, dedicated to put- ting…

… wall, the Wolverines went on a killing spree, recording 21 of their 58 total kills in the sec- ond game. Along with the forceful offen- sive play, Michigan's defense set- tled down and played a steadier…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

December 09, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 50) • Page Image 10

… December 9, 1998 115) N. MEXICO. Inc. Another MAC attack Wolverines hope Eastern Michigan is the charm By Andy LatTonight's game SoWho: Michigan at Easten Michigan Former Eastern Michigan coach Ben Braun…

… against the Eagles,who have sufferedatandem Fisher promised Braun and the Eagles that, if oflast-second losses in their new arena. The Wolverines they ever built a new arena, the Wolverines andcoach…

December 10, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 67) • Page Image 9

… (12-4-2 overall, 11-3-2 CCHA) moves into sole possession of second place while Western Michigan (7-9-2, 6-8-2) holds at fifth place in the CCHA. The Wolverines played solid defense in both contests due…

… held the Wolverines to a draw af-. ter two periods Friday night before Michigan exploded in the third period. Amidst a slew of penalties and near brawls, Michigan scored four goals in the third frame to…

… half of Saturday's defeat. Riley's block was one of four on the day for the Wolverine sophomore. Duke's students are simply crazy fans Easy as 1-2-3. Such was the case for the Michigan wrestling team…

… Saturday afternoon. Coach Dale Bahr expected his team to sweep the quad meet, and the Wolverines 'dn't fail their coach. They defeated Eastern ichigan (35-10), Ferris State (24-12), and Toledo (30-6), to win…

December 08, 1993 (vol. 104, iss. 49) • Page Image 10

…- tory over Eastern Michigan, it be- came apparent in last weekend's Marriot Classic that the seven active Wolverines were negatively affected by playing so many minutes. "Our legs were just gone," Michi…

…- gan coach Trish Roberts said. "But I told our kids to get used to that - playing 30 to 40 minutes a game." Freshman guard Jennifer Keifer played all but three minutes in the Wolverines' two games this…

… shot only .346 thus far, with an unsightly .270 (17-for- 63) rate against Cal-Irvine. First-year walk-on center Angie Mustonen (2- for-4) was the only Wolverine who didn't have a shooting percentage…

… below .500 in the contest. Free throw shooting has also been a problem for the Wolverines, who sport a team percentage of .615 on the year. w, W'Total Points: REBECCA MARGOLIS/Daily Freshman Silver…

…, the 10th- ranked Michigan wrestling team has traveled to St. Louis, Madison and Las Vegas. But the Wolverines aren't just proving they can handle jetlag. They are also confirming to the wrestling world…

… said. "It's the highest we've ever finished (at the Las Vegas Clas- sic) and the most champions and fi- nalists we've ever had out there." As usual, the Wolverines were led by returning All…

… falling to No. 1 Lincoln Mcllravy of Iowa in the finals. While the Wolverines' top wres- tlers performed as expected, the sup- porting cast struggled. s tourney "I was happy with our fourth-place finish…

December 14, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 66) • Page Image 11

… that the onal Final match against team's effort was a non-issue aii on Saturday. against the 12th-seeded Rain- se previous night against bow Wahine, and that every h-seeded Stanford, the Wolverine knew…

…-2) registered five head. ... I was proud of our service aces to the Wolverines' for going into that environ- zero. Michigan tallied six ser- , coming out and then being vice errors, as well. essful." "Even at the…

… highest level, the it the Wolverines couldn't serving and passing is where the cate that performance the game is often going to be won wing night, as the team or lost," Rosen said. "(Hawaii) ped a three…

…-set match in won the serve-and-pass battle Elite Eight to end the sea- tonight." It was Michigan's longest See ELITE EIGHT,.Page 3B respect in1'09 Led by two stars, Wolverines come back after trailing 36…

… and added 12 rebounds Together, Sims and Harris have accounted for over 53 per- cent of the Wolverines' offensive output this season. But it wasn't until the second half that Sims and Harris started to…

… percent in the first half and nearly 70 percent in the paint. But in the second half, the Wolverines held Detroit to just 34.5 percent shooting and forced 11 missed shots within eight feet. Michigan's swarm…

… been talk- ing about defense but we needed to amp it up." It wasn't until about the 12-minute mark of the second half that the Wolverines finally pulled away. The effort was charged by Harris, who led…

… the Wolverines during a 10-2 run with four points, including a dunk that energized the lacklus- ter crowd and sealed the win for the Wolverines. During the first half, it seemed like Harris was the only…

… perennial powerhouse and three-time NCAA Tournament MARK Champion. AK It's safe to say BURNS most thought the Cornhuskers On volleyball would beat the Wolverines. After the first set went Michigan's way, some…

…. The team won 11 of its next 12 matches before starting Big Ten play, eventually finishing tied for fourth in the conference. The Wolverines won 27 matches this season - their best since 1981. They went…

December 03, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 46) • Page Image 9

… what the Michigan basketball team is saying these days, the Wolverines have displayed extreme kindness to their opponents in the first four games of the season. A disturbing trend is occurring - Michigan…

… (3-1) is turning the ball over far more than it should. The Wolverines have recorded 89 turnovers to 51 assists in the first four games. This includes Sunday's season- high, 27-turnover performance…

December 09, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 47) • Page Image 16

… and played with a lot of intensity and a lot of heart. I thought they played very hard." The Wolverines (6-1) couldn't help but be surprised by the score at halftime, leading only 33-27. Compared to the…

… half was mostly Michigan. Ann Lemire's 3-pointer with 1:27 left in the game was the final nail in the cof- fin, giving the Wolverines a 10-point lead, 64-54. But the story of the contest was Michigan…

December 04, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 45) • Page Image 11

… Michigan on Dec. 29 in the Alamo Bowl at San Antonio. Wolvenines need to rd sconszg threat ETROIT - For most practical purposes, the Michigan section of the box score from the Wolverines' 68-48 win over…

…-for-30 in the second half, down for a 10-count at the end. The Wolverines (5-2) had their own shooting struggles in the first half, mak- ing just nine of 24 shots from the field. But Michigan improved…

December 05, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 45) • Page Image 16

…, the Wolverines are thinking ahead to a little get-together on Sunday in Durham, N.C., against 10th-ranked Duke. But Michigan has to focus on the business at hand before psyching itself up for its…

… biggest non-conference game of the season. The seventh-ranked Wolverines (3- 0) and Titans (2-2) will be squaring off for the sixth straight year and 23rd time overall. Michigan has won the last eight…

December 09, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 63) • Page Image 10

…'s mainly because the cause of their ailments is too puz- zling. Michigan has played some great hockey; and it has played some bad hockey. Often, the Wolverines look like two different teams even within play…

… period. Not much was expected from BC since it failed to score in the first frame in its last three games, and four of its last five. SO THE burden of excitement fell on Michigan. But the Wolverines failed…

December 01, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 34) • Page Image 9

…'t envision his team losing 17 games this season, but he's coming to terms with that reality after Saturday. The Wolverines fell to Illinois in four sets to end the season, 25-22, 20-25,14-25,14-25. Michigan (8…

… next three sets and spoiled any hopes of ending the season on a high note. The Wolverines' record doesn't qualify them for the NCAA Tournament, and now they're forced to reconcile their record as they…

… competitive when we step on the court for a game." Illinois started three seniors, while setter Lexi Iannemiller was the only senior on the floor for Michigan. More notably, four of the six Wolverine

… equal. The Wolverines' attack had new energy in the next set, running the offense well. But a few spectacular defensive plays and the ability to score in transition kept the Illini on top and made…

… Dannemiller, who has over 5,000 assists over her distinguished career and was named to the preseason All-Big Ten Team. If the Wolverines . are to improve on their 2014 record, her absence next year undoubtedly…

…-7 lead, the Wolverines' defense allowed an 83-yard drive at the end of the first half that tied the game. The Buckeyes ultimately scored on the first drive in the third quarter. Going into halftime with…

… before defeating the Wolverines. That's not to say Michigan would have won Saturday had they not to do," said junior guard Caris LeVert. "We pride ourselves on not losing two games in a row." In fact, the…

Wolverines haven't lost two straight games since back-to-back road defeats at Wisconsin and Michigan State on Feb. 9 and 12, 2013, and they made sure not to let Tuesday's loss to Villanova send them into a…

… Saturday. Nicholls State didn't have the defense to stop the Wolverines, and while LeVert wouldn't admit Michigan took Saturday's game more lightly than any other, he was happy to see things run smoothly. "I…

… know I played less minutes than I normally do, so that was good today," he said. The Wolverines got the bounces they didn't seem to get in Brooklyn. Junior guard Spike Albrecht - who started in Walton…

December 10, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 66) • Page Image 9

… to the unfriendly confines of Cameron Indoor Stadium on a week's rest, but the Wolverines, who play seven freshmen or sopho- mores, went up against a Duke team relying pri- marily on its own seven…

… know what we want." Make no mistake, though. This wasn't like the Georgetown blowout earlier in the season, where it became clear early on the young Wolverines were in over their heads. The Blue Devils…

…-to-man defense made things hard on Wolverine ballhandlers, who had trouble even getting the team into its offense at tunes. See DUKE, Page 5B MA X COLLI NS, Freshman Matt Rust scored a shorthanded goal in the…

… first period Saturday to put the Wolverines on top early. Michigan is 11-1 in CCHA play as the first half of the season comes to an en' Ugly vitories for Hockey team Michigan demands attention By…

… hockey that we're trying to play." The third-ranked Wolverines (11-1 CCHA, 16-2 overall) snuck away with a 4-2 win Friday and 3-2 victory Sat- urday behind strong play from junior Billy Sauer and freshman…

… better chance of scoring than our forwards." The Wolverines were outshot through two periods Saturday night, See FALCONS, Page 4B BOWLING GREEN - This year's Michigan hockey team wasn't supposed to be…

…, Page 4B Michigan coach Mark Rosen and the Wolverines ended their postseason run by losing to Penn State Friday in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Historic run ends with loss to top team Late free…

… committing 22 walked down to the end of the turnover after grabbing a defensive turnovers, the most the Wolverines bench and threw both fists onto an rebound. have had in a win all season. empty chair. "Coach…

December 03, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 44) • Page Image 9

…ahe Arichiiaau fi SPORTS Sports desk: 763-2459 sportsdesk@umich.edu SECTION B VIT M ITR I Azi i i.- 1 0 -l - -- - -- - - - --- - - --I W1 =II -I Wolverines beat up Bulldog By Chris Burke Daily…

… faceoff, the Wolverines were completing a two-game sweep of the Bulldogs. All of a sudden, first-place Michigan State is now looking over its shoulders at No. 13 Michigan (6-3-2 CCHA, 8-5-2 overall) as the…

December 06, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 47) • Page Image 13

… doesn't mean next year is out of the question. The Wolverines' future got a little brighter recently, as two prep stars signed national letters of intent during the early fall signing period. Stacey…

… enough to play both off- guard and small forward. A four-time all-conference selection, she was named the AAU Most Valuable Player in the State of Michigan. Walker comes to the Wolverines from Cresten High…

December 12, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 69) • Page Image 14

… Michigan students will be going home for the holidays, most of the men's swim- ming team will be travelling to Hawaii for the beginning of a grueling road trip. Poor guys. Four of the Wolverines, however…

… hard,. too." December 22, the rest of the team leaves for Honolulu. The Wolverines will hold training camp there until their meet with the University of Hawaii on December 30. "It won't be a high…

… Superior, shut down the Broncos in Friday's 6-2 victory. Shields then held strong Saturday for a 7-4 Wolverine decision. "We're confident that we can win with either (Shields or Gordon) in the net…

December 13, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 67) • Page Image 10

Wolverines, clinging to fourth place in the CCHA with a 7-6-3 league record, have been equally dimorphic. In the first 10 games of the season, Michigan jumped out to a 7-2-1 record, highlighted by a road sweep…

… of defending NCAA champion Lake Superior. The Wolverines soared to No. 5 nationally and were on their way to joining the elite of the CCHA. Until another. Michigan team came along and spoiled the party…

… second in the CCHA with a 2.65 goals-against average. Defense: The Wolverine defense has been stingy, giving up 62 goals this season to tie them for third place in the league. This past weekend they held…

…. Also in the Wolverines' favor is their continued intensity. Despite the winless streak, they came out fired up and ready to play against Michigan State. "We had a great effort this weekend," said…

… defenseman Alex Roberts. "If we can keep that up every weekend, we'll win games." Luck is another intangible that eventually has to work in Michigan's favor. Over the last few weeks the Wolverines have been…

… a top-four finish and a home-ice advantage in the playoffs as a goal for the season. Technically, the Wolverines are right where they want to be. "Although first place is out of reach, we're only…

December 05, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 48) • Page Image 15

… the results of the first day of a three-day tournament for the Michigan women's swimming team. And that's on an off day. The flu-ridden Wolverines traveled to South Bend yester- day to partake in the…

… changed. The Wolverines were led by a stellar perfor- 'ance from Jennifer Arndt. She swam her career-best in the 500-yard freestyle, knocking eight seconds off her previous record. "She was absolutely…

… the preliminary rounds, the only Wolverine who finished in the top five. Dolan finished eighth. Other Wolverines in the top 20 were sophomore Mike McWha (6th), junior Tom Malchow (11th) and junior Andy…

… Scott Werner, who earned top-20 times in the 100-meter breastroke. Other events weren't so kind to the Wolverines. Both Papa and Buyukuncu were dis- qualified in the 50-meter free, leaving no other…

December 09, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 47) • Page Image 14

…, N.C. - When Michigan needed him most, Travis Conlan was there. Don't call him a hero. By his own admission, he wasn't one. But if Conlan had fouled out, instead of the Wolverines' leading scorer…

…, Maurice Taylor, Michigan would probably have lost. Instead Conlan led the seventh-ranked Wolverines to an overwhelmingly improba- ble 62-61 come-from-behind victory over No. 10 Duke in Cameron Indoor…

… hitting his other two threes, either, both when Michigan was desperate for a basket. Even Conlan himself admitted it was his best game as a Wolverine. "I think it was my best performance," Conlan said. "It…

… turnover and Wojciechowski dished to Wallace who buried a 3-pointer. Taylor fouled out with 10:11 remaining in the game. Nevertheless, the Wolverines were able to keep Duke from putting the game safely away…

… of the responsibility or all of it is me:' The Blue Devils finished the game slooting 36.4 percent from the floor and a horrid 23.1 percent from 3- point range. The Wolverines finished shooting 40…

December 10, 1990 (vol. 101, iss. 67) • Page Image 15

… FANS Continued from page 1 Welcomed the Wolverine starters: "R1 CHRIS! HI TONY!..." They even got "HI DEMETRIUS!" in ,Dtison. However, it became obvious that crowd would turn on Michigan 4s the PA…

… the ball. And like a Rocky Horror audi- ence, the crowd boomed with every move the Wolverines made: "PASS," "SHOOT," and the shrill "MISS" as the ball bounded off the rim. When Demetrius Calip missed a…

….C. - Steve Fisher and the Michigan Wolverines lost to Duke by seven points in their first road game of the year. How do they feel? Would this be considered a moral victory? The opposition, full of compliments…

… he played." Fisher also stressed the Wolverines' positives. "We appeared to at least get into a few things and fought hard," Fisher said. "We can hopefully take some of the good things that we did. If…

…. Despite its record, Duke is one of the nation's best teams, and its fans represent the country's best. The atmosphere for the Wolverines' first road game of the year couldn't have been much tougher. Many of…

… them had never faced a hostile crowd in their lives. And in all honesty, the Wolverines held their own. Calip rebounded from his blown dunk in the first stanza to score 15 sec- ond half points in the…

…. Michigan also held Duke All-American Christian Laettner to eight points and six rebounds below his season average. Granted, Duke guard Billy McCaffrey's ankle injury contributed to the Wolverines

…' performance, but they still earned their praise. Even though Saturday's game didn't provide the Wolverines with mucIt inspirational lift, it definitely pointed out some bright spots as they head into the…

… conference season. When Duke opened up its 20 point leads, the inexperienced Wolverines could have folded. They didn't. Twice during the second half, the last time with 8:11 remaining' Michigan cut the lead to…

… under 12. However, both times Duke proved its na tional ranking by reopening its lead. And although the Wolverines' late. spurt occurred when the game was all but over, they still accomplished it. And don…

December 10, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 64) • Page Image 9

… college hockey game, on Oct. 6, 2001 at Spartan Stadium - they set the precedent for outdoor hockey games. And on Saturday, the Wolverines and Spartans will meet in the Big Chill at the Big House, the world…

… Arbor in hopes of winning the program's first national championship since 1998. So, it's no surprise then that the three are the Wolverines' leading scorers almost midway through the season, helping…

December 01, 2006 (vol. 117, iss. 60) • Page Image 11

… the ball. These opposing points of view are why coaches are coaches and players are players. Why was Michigan coach Tommy Amaker so concerned about offense after the Wolverines' 74-67 loss to North…

… as to why he was worried about his offense. "We continued the trend of not being able to make open shots," Amaker said. "And I think it's frus- trating for our team." The Wolverines must show that they…

December 11, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 52) • Page Image 11

… at a press con- ference after Wednesday's victory over Eastern Michigan, Bullock imparted some of this sage advice to the sophomore sitting by his side. The Wolverines were lively after the convincing…

… - unfortunately for the Wolverines - also because it was true. As Michigan (5-5 overall) meets No. 3 Duke (8-1) tomor- row, the Blue Devils will have a sixth man as good as any in the country. Cameron Indoor…

… man that they once hoped would become a Wolverine. But Battier's homecoming would turn bitter- sweet. Plagued by foul trouble throughout the game, Battier managed just two points as Michigan pulled off…

…: Normna Ill. 14e1m: 2 P.M. Notables: The Wolverines have won seven games in a row - one more would be a~ 1 + / /Y r T T 0-1 1 _ C . I1 '900.q TI Irnirrcriy at- I hitrrch 4r _ I ~ …

December 09, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 47) • Page Image 19

…. .The struggles endured by the Michigan women's volleyball team this season can be traced back to 1993, when this year's schedule was created. The Wolverines faced a challeng- ing non-conference slate, to…

… matched with its opponent and could get into a rhythm. They were either being swept or doing the sweeping. Consequently, when the ,-Wolverines opened Big Ten play on the road at Iowa and Illinois - two…

December 09, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 64) • Page Image 14

Wolverines learned Friday that there is a good vol- leyball team there. The Michigan volleyball team fell 3-0 to No. 22 Kansas State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Ahearn Field House in Manhattan…

Wolverines finished the season 2- 13 on the road and 14-2 at home, and the hostile environment in Manhattan proved to be too much. Michigan led for most of game one, but couldn't stop the Wildcats after they…

… posted eight kills, three digs and three blocks in her last match as a Wolverine. She leaves Michigan as the best blocker in the program's history, artd will be missed for not only her play on the court…

… ousted the Wolver- ines in the first round, sweeping them 3-0. 2000: Michigan beat Louisville to advance to the second round, where it lost to No. 2 seed Arizona. 1999: The Wolverines fell to Pacific after…

… a first-round win over Fairfield. 1997: Michigan beat Temple before Texas knocked it out in the second round. rocky as the Wolverines fell in the rank- ings, but the players were able to pull off an…

… NCAA Tournament bid. Michigan ended the season with a winning (16-15) record, including big wins over Ohio State and Penn State. In addition, the Wolverines also swept the State Pride series against the…

… Spartans. The Wolverines have improved in Big Ten play in each of the last three years, winning eight games in 2000, nine games in 2001 and 10 games this year - good for a sixth-place tie. Losing only Lehman…

December 01, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 44) • Page Image 16

…68 - The Michigan Daily -SPORTSMonday - December 1, 1997 1997-98 ich igan V[7 I om --I Guevara has Blue back on track Second-year coach has lofty goals for this year's Wolverines 4 Molly…

… season, Guevara shattered all expectations as Michigan's interim coach, leading the Wolverines to a 15-1l record, 7-9 in Big Ten play. In February of last season, then- Michigan Athletic Director Joe…

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