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February 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 67) • Page Image 13

…/Daily At last, Wolverines get one for the road in victory over Hawkeyes By James Goldstein and Dan Stillman Daily Sports Writers IOWA CITY - Finally, the Michigan basketball team won a big game - on the…

… road. After falling to Indiana on Jan. 6 and then falling apart against Illinois last weekend, it looked like the Wolverines might never win an important road ----------------- game, continuing an…

February 26, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 83) • Page Image 9

…i E r icdig4n uailI take Superior stuns Wolverines, sweeps 2-game series By Alan Goldenbach Daiy Sports Writer SAULT STE. MARIE - A week ago, the Michigan hockey team looked like a world…

…-beater after pasting first-place Michi- gan State, 8-1. This weekend, the Wolverines looked like the world had *ten them. Lake Superior State handed Michigan its first pairofweekend setbacks this season with a…

February 11, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 74) • Page Image 8

Wolverines began the week- end by dropping four out of five games to Minnesota and Purdue in Madison Saturday before rebound- ing against Illinois the following day. A tough Illini squad made it dif- ficult…

… for Michigan to post a vic- tory on the trip. The Wolverines got off to a fast start, taking the first game, 15-10. However, Illinois had other ideas and came back to edge the Wolverines, 17-16, in game…

… team refused to say they were still recovering from an emotional second-place finish in the Wolverine Collegiate Classic one week ago. "We didn't let down," Werner said. "We just didn't play quite as…

February 21, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 80) • Page Image 10

… February 21, 1997 10. No more time or talk from these Wolverines OWA CITY - Talk is cheap. And for this basketball team, it's about as worthless as sunblock during a Michigan winter. There is no more…

… time for idle banter - not in late February, not from this bunch of Wolverines who have done enough yapping for the next few sea- sons. There is no more time to say: "We know what we have to work on…

February 28, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 85) • Page Image 9

… ally Sports Writer Everything has been determined for the Wolverines. The Michigan hockey team clinched the CCHA title against Lake Superior last Friday. The victory assured the Wolverines entry into the…

… NCAA regionals three weeks from now - most likely as the top seed in the West region at Grand Rapids. The Wolverines also secured a No. 1 eed in the CCHA playoffs, and the con- ference tournament remains…

February 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 75) • Page Image 9

…, are as rare as the one that happened at 3:23 of overtime: The Wolverines lost. The Flames (8-11-2 CCHA, 11-15-3 overall) ended the Wolverines' 14-game un- beaten streak by defeating Michigan 5-4, after…

… the Wolverines (17-3-1, 22-5-1) won by the same score on Friday. The Flames' Rob Mottau lifted a loose puck over Michi- gan goalie Marty Turco seconds after an Illinois-Chicago power play ended to win…

… all, Wisconsin shot 35 free throws, drew 27 Wolverine fouls and fouled out Makhtar Ndiaye and Maceo Baston. The Badgers' 30 points from the charity stripe negated a 57-44 shot advantage for the…

February 08, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 75) • Page Image 9

… worst effort of the season. You would think with the Wolverines' struggles in scor- ing more than three goals on a given night, that they would batten down the hatches on defense, and use the contest…

… that looked like it was falling asleep in a front-row church pew. Something is very scary about these Wolverines. Good teams can get away with subpar performances, especially against conference weaklings…

February 11, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

… James Voskuil opened the scor- ing in Michigan's 84-70 victory over Iowa Saturday night by burying a three-pointer. One month earlier in Iowa City, the Wolverine forward launched an airball when he could…

Wolverines have a shot at earning an NCAA tournament bid. Voskuil's play was both a similarity and a difference. He filled a dubious role in the closing minutes of the January defeat as the player who missed…

… those 21 minutes. He posted 14 points and provided the front- court play the Wolverines have longed for all season. He played with unmistakable confidence - like he knew why he was starting at forward for…

… the Michi- gan Wolverines. See SHERAN, Page 4 by Andrew Gottesman Daily Basketball Writer The Big Ten men's basketball schedule has been a sore point for many coaches and players this year. Television…

… has forced the conference to shuffle games in such a way that teams play two games in 48 hours in different cities, then have up to 10 days off. But it was just that scenario which helped the Wolverines

… Iowa City en route to a 79-78 comeback triumph, something was bound to give this time around. What the Wolverines gave was an indication of what they could do when all their potential talents are…

… tonight and we got it convincingly," Fisher said. "The thing that de- stroyed us in Iowa City was the press. We did well with that tonight." Davis was also impressed with the Wolverines. "It's a wonder what…

… the stands Friday night recognized the Wolverines in their matchup with Western Michigan . The only thing reminiscent of Michigan hockey was the 'W' in the win column as the Wolverines (23-4-3 CCHA, 26…

Wolverine history. Friday's game began normally, as the Wolverines controlled the momentum and dominated the scoreboard. First-year center Brian Wiseman initiated a Michigan first-period scoring flurry five…

… Western goalie Craig Brown. Soon after Wiseman's goal, the Wolverines unleashed their power play, the most efficient in the CCHA. Rightwingers Dan Stiver and Denny Felsner each capitalized on the man…

February 01, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 70) • Page Image 16

… Michelle Slater, who were all given the night off, the Wolverines came out victo- rious in the meet. The Wolverines amassed 181.5 points for the victory, outdistancing second- place Central Michigan by 65…

… points. Eastern Michigan came in third. The Wolverines defeated several schools from around the state, including Michigan State, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Central Michigan, Detroit Mercy. The…

… Oded Padan and Ike Okenwa continued to emerge as solid contributors, and Jeremy Schneider made his first big splash as a Wolverine. Padan captured the long jump, set- ting a meet record of 24 feet, 5 1…

… cross country all-America, placed first in the 5,000-meter run, edging out teammate Mike Wisniewski, who came in third. In the midst of all the success, one Wolverine experienced an especially satisfying…

February 22, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 85) • Page Image 9

… for the teams with Big Ten Indoor Championships with one goal Michigan in mind: win a second consecutive indoor title. Brandi Ben The Wolverines compiled 116 points to win sophomore the two-day event at…

… out- "I was h me. got it," For Wolverines refuse to roll 40ver or Indkva BLOOMINGTON - You couldn't have faulted the Michigan men's basketball team if it didn't show up to Assembly Hall yesterday. Not…

February 26, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 85) • Page Image 9

…, Sacramento 94 Ure£Idga Sai Check out the Michigan hockey team at home this weekend. The Wolverines square off against Ferris State tomorrow night and host Lake Superior in the regular season home finale on…

…, he has turned into a deadly penetrator, as well. Penn State learned this lesson all too well yesterday. The junior guard was dominant in the first half, helping the Wolverines claim a 19-point lead at…

… good shot," Lisicky said. "We didn't do that at all." The Lions closed the gap with a 9-0 run, highlighted by two 3-pointers from Crispin and three Wolverine turnovers, that cut the Michigan lead to…

… seven with 5:33 to go in the half. But the Wolverines countered with a 14-2 run to close out the half and take a 40-21 lead. It was more of the same after the break for the Wolverines, who led by as many…

… season-high 17 boards. Distance events key for Wolverines in attempt to drown hometown Gophers And in this corner.. Four Michigan swimmers will defend their own personal Big Ten titles this weekend…

February 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 81) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 20, 1998 - 11 RAJU Continud from Page 9 No doubt. Do you think they're upset that Michigan is in first place in the CCHA -, agein - even though the Wolverines

… have 10 freshmen and no more Brendan Morrison, Jason Botterill or John Madden? Absolutely. Well, this weekend is put up or shut up. For the Wolverines, it's another Chance to prove they belong - that…

February 26, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 83) • Page Image 12

Wolverines will be in Ann Arbor, hosting the Silverston Invitational on Saturday. The following weekend, some Wolverines will compete in Indianapolis at the NCAA champi- onship on March 7-8. The indoor season…

… attempting to achieve the same goal. "This weekend serves as a 'last- chance meet' for guys to try and qualify for nationals," Harvey said. As for the Wolverines, they will be doing their best to qualify the…

February 04, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 67) • Page Image 9

…'s tennis off 1to fast start By Nita Srivastava Daily Sports Writer Game ... set ... match, Wolverines. So it was for the Michigan women's tennis team after the Wolverines upset Wisconsin and Northwestern in…

… their first dual matches of the season. The Wolverines, ranked 42nd in the nation, and fifth in the Midwest, defeated the defending Big Ten cham- pion Badgers on their home turf in Madison, 5-2, on Friday…

February 26, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 83) • Page Image 10

… long way toward impress- ing the NCAA tournament selection committee. What the Wolverines are looking at now is a bit dreary: a 17-9 record isn't bad, but a 7-7 mark in the conference won't exactly…

… impress anybody. No Big Ten team has been invited to the tournament in place of one that fin- ished higher in the conference stand- ings - more bad news for the seventh- ing streak have put the Wolverines

February 17, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 76) • Page Image 13

…BASKETBALL The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - February 17, 1997 - 58 Wolverines peer into past in 84-81 loss to Hoosiers By Danioel Rumore Daily Sports Editor Ahe Michigan men's basketball team…

… memories of its 72-70 loss at Indiana on Jan. 21. Despite Michigan's first half domina- tion and a near-career day from forward Maceo Baston, the Wolverines fell to I ana in a few of the same ways they to…

February 28, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 81) • Page Image 9

…. - - CYa at the playoffs Michigan hockey playoff tickets are on sale now at the Michigan Athletic Ticket Office. The Wolverines will play first-round playoff games at Yost Ice Arena March 10 and…

… March 11. If necessary, Michigan could play a third game on March 12. Call the Ticket Office at 764-0247 for more information. Page 9 Tuesday Fb.ruhmv 29. 19954 -_____ -u uarT 3vy , O R Wolverine

… play out- doors. The Wolverines obliterated their competition in the two dual meets. In the first match, the team shut 'out Chaminade, 7-0. However, the second match against BYU-Hawaii, an NAIA school…

Wolverines to prepare for the outdoor season, including the upcoming Blue- Gray Classic, which features a num- ber of ranked teams. "It's nice to get some hitting in because all these other teams we play, for…

… Sports Writer By defeating seven of its first nine opponents of the 1995 campaign, the Michigan softball team matched its winning ways of yesteryear - 1982 to be exact. The Wolverines used power hitting…

… softball. The No. 18 Wolverines em- barked on an eight-game road trip to start the season, including six games at the Arizona State Classic in Tempe. Perhaps the team's most impres- sive win came in the…

… the bottom of the sixth inning. Leftfielder Lesa Arvia started the scoring for the Wolverines when she crossed home on a passed ball. Up 2-0, Michigan added insurance runs on a Tracy Carr RBI double and…

… a Husky infield error in the top of the sixth. The Wolverines defeated Massa- chusetts, 10-5 anddowned Arizona State, 6-2 and 4-2, in a doubleheader that had been rescheduled because of a rainout…

…. Sophomore Kelly Holmes re- corded her 17th career win when the Wolverines defeated New Mexico State Feb. 18, 4-3. Senior Kelly Kovach, who entered the game to relieve the starting righthander, provided the…

… offensive punch Michigan needed. Down 3-0 in the top of the sev- enth inning, Kovach sparked the Wolverines with her seventh career triple. Sophomore Jessica Lang's sacrifice fly capped off the late rally…

February 17, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 78) • Page Image 16

… Marlow Luck may have had a hand in the Michigan women's gymnastics team's five victories this weekend, but, luck aside, the Wolverines still performed well enough to set and then break their team…

… to injuries, the Tigers arrived with just six gymnasts. The Wolverines gainedl89.25 points to break the record of 188.6 that they had set two weeks earlier against Iowa. LSU scored 185.25, Northern…

… Michigan. After Friday's record-setting per- formance, Wolverine assistant coach Dave Kuzara felt confident going into the weekend's second competi- tion. Sunday, No. 10 Missouri would join LSU in…

… competition against the Wolverines. "We were good today," Kuzara said. "But we will be even better on Sunday. We will consistently get better the rest of the way. We're tough. We will win on Sunday." Just as…

…," Missouri assis- tant coach Kris Buchheister said. "But after our disaster on the bars, we came back pretty well." Although Michigan broke its team record, the Wolverines looked as if they might have been the…

… cushion we needed." Kelly Carfora of Michigan performs on the balance beam on her way to achieving a score of 9.60. The Wolverines garnered 189.4 points on their way to victory over LSU and Missouri. 0…

February 28, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 85) • Page Image 10

…, February 28, 1996 Mikhgan Iasfun, deserves tourney bid he Michigan men's basketball team has returned from its monthlong valium trip, and not a second too soon. The Wolverines are finally beginning to…

… keep this up for awhile." Last night, the Wolverines whipped a Michigan State squad that has apparently given up winning for Lent. It was the best performance by Michigan since Taylor was in diapers.; OK…

February 23, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 82) • Page Image 15

…. After disappointing losses to Purdue and Minnesota, *the No. 14 Michigan wrestling team was in need of a confidence boost. Conveniently, the Wolverines hosted Indiana in their last home game of the season…

… Friday night. The Wolverines (4-4 Big Ten, 7-9 overall) disman- tled the Hoosiers, who have just one conference victory this season, by a score of 28-9. Indiana boasts only just ranked wrestler in its…

February 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 81) • Page Image 9

… Tracking 'M' teams : The Michigan wrestling team takes on Indiana tonight at Cliff Keen Arena at 7:30 p.m. The meet will befthe last one at home this season for the Wolverines, who will say goodbye to the…

… get used to playing more power forward in Baston's absence, especially with Indiana up next for Ward and the Wolverines. No. 22 Michigan (8-5 Big Ten, 18-8 overall) will face the Hoosiers (9-4, 18- 7…

February 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 66) • Page Image 11

…: Michigan State concentrated so much on the shooting prowess of one Louis Bullock that the Wolverines' trio of big men had a field day, combining for 44 points. Saturday: Bullock scorched the Spartans for 22…

Wolverines' 6-.1victory over the Falcons on Saturday night. Icers pound Falcons 6-1, take control bDan Stillman Daily Sports Writer Believe it or not, the Michigan hockey team has a significant weak- ness…

February 19, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 78) • Page Image 16

… week. Background: Navta swims the individual medley and the breastroke for the Wolverines. She is a three-time All-American and a Big Ten champion in the 200-meter breastroke. She has also won Nava…

… Michigan State, Brzezinski poured in 24 points to go with nine rebounds. She was one of the team's few bright spots as the Wolverines dropped both contests. Background: Michigan's lone senior is also the…

February 06, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 90) • Page Image 9

… admiration for the Wolverines seemed to hover fIthin the walls of the IM West building that houses McCaffree Pool. Of course, the Spartan fans still rooted for their boys. Whether it was for first offifth, the…

… swam solo in the pool, enjoying extra applause while waving politely with a sheepish smile on his face. Green with envy: The magnitude of the Wolverines' accomplishments was not lost on the Spartan crowd…

Wolverines completed their 134-109 victory. 0 New Kids on the Block: One highlight for the Wolverine coaching staff wis the performance of the first-year swimmers. "All in all, we got some nice performances…

… concluded that this season's squad is having an off year. After the 1989-90 Wolverines defeated Minnesota on February 3rd, 1990, their record rose to 8-1 overall, 5-0 in the Big Ten. In addition, three of the…

… different story. Currently, the Wolverines stand at 6-4 including a 3-0 compilation in the Big Ten. Their three Big Ten victories have come against Wisconsin, Indiana and AVlichigan State who claimed the…

… year's performance. First, there are currently eight Wolverines who are hampered by the flu, including 1989 NCAA All-American junior freestyler Jennifer Love and 1989 NCAA Honorable Mention All…

…-American sophomore butterflyer Missy McCracken. The youth of the Wolverines has also significantly affected their *eason. While several first-year swimmers have contributed thus far, the team does not possess the…

… defeated the Wolverines. "I think we swam well against the top teams, especially (No. 1 ranked) Texas," senior butterflyer Molly Hegarty said. "The season is going great. At this point, we've accomplished…

… the pool in Canham Natatorium. The Wolverines had a strong showing in East Lansing this past week, defeating the Spartans 134-109. In this month's College Swimming Coaches Association of America, the…

Wolverines are ranked third behind number two Southern Cal and number one Texas. Water polo starts strong, places second by Tim Spolar Michigan's women's water polo team opened their season with a splash by…

February 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 75) • Page Image 12

…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 13, 1995 Illinois-Chicago sportscaster angered by Wolverines' play* By Darren Everson Daily Hockey Writer WOODRIDGE, Ill. - Michigan's Bill Muckalt slashed…

… just might be some hatred in his heart for these Wolverines - especially Muckalt. "At least he got his comeuppance, though, because his team ended up losing the game because of that play," said an elated…

… team," Michigan coach Red Berenson said after Friday's 5-4 Wolverine win. "We don't want to finish the season with games like this." At the same time, it's hard to find fault with the Wolverines for…

February 15, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 80) • Page Image 14

… them," Sacka said. "We had an idea of what they were going to do." The Wolverines frustrated the Falcons time after time. Michigan clogged the passing lanes like mucous in a stuffy nose. No matter how…

… Pat Neaton prevented every attempt to get the puck into the slot. Stewart blocked several passes, while Stiver and Neaton cleared the puck with ease. Things were going so well for the Wolverine penalty…

… were coughing it up in the Wolverine zone more than a per- son with a sore throat. Passes were soft and had no snap. Even when the Falcons put a shot on goal, netminder Steve Shields was up to the…

… challenge, turning away everything that headed in his direction. While Michigan did manage to shut down the opposition when down a man, that the Wolverines had to kill 11 penalties is not a positive sign and…

…, managing one goal. The Wolverines cannot allow its opposition so many man-advantage situations. "There were too many penalties on both sides," Michigan coach Red Berenson said. "We got away with most of our…

… penalties at the beginning." Against weaker foes, like Bowling Green and Ohio State, the Wolverines are able to kill off penalties with ease. Michigan is more aggressive and stronger than these clubs. They…

… forecheck better, intimidating them. However, when the Wolverines take on some of the stronger (both record-wise and physically) teams in the CCHA, like Lake Superior State, Michigan State, Miami and Western…

… league, as evidenced by their victory over+Miami Saturday, while the Redskins and Lakers are two of the strongest. If the Wolverines allow any of these teams 11 power-play HOCKEY Continued from page 1…

… Green's fate. Riding a slim 1-0 lead,. the Wolverines pummeled Ellis with 19 shots in the period, cashing in on. four of them. Michigan's fourth goal, and third of the period, exemplified the over…

February 27, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 86) • Page Image 9

…, but it might eventually win the tournament. Michigan men's swimming coach Jon Urbanchek knows that the Wolverines are not in hot water, just because they got off to a slow start in the first day of he…

… free with a time of 19.8, and Jeremy Rients fin- ished in third place only 0.38 seconds behind. But Michigan did fair well in the 500 freestyle, yes- terday's only distance event. Wolverines occupied the…

February 07, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 70) • Page Image 11

… at Michigan. Is Wednesday February 7, 1996 i g , .a. 11 Big Ten's best shows what Wolverines need to imitate By James Goldstein Daily Sports Writer Only if Michigan women's basket- ball coach…

… Trish Roberts had the tools to do the job. Only if the Wolverines had a pure scorer, a true leader and a player with complete court awareness. Orin other words: only if Michigan had Illinois' Ashley…

February 19, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 80) • Page Image 13

… spattered by raindrops when the Wolverines begin their regular season tomorrow Not only does their so-called vacation look to be a washout, but they also play seven straight games tomor- row through Sunday…

… just need to go out and play," Hutchins said. Michigan will try to improve on its record-breaking 1997 season which included 56 victories starting tomorrow against UCLA. The Wolverines will be looking…

February 09, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 72) • Page Image 15

… No. 13 Michigan wrestling team learned this lesson firsthand over the weekend as the Wolverines whipped rival Ohio State, 31-3, on Friday, but fell to No. 1I1 Purdue, 18-15, on Saturday night. The two…

… matches were Michigan's first home meets of the season. The Wolverines spent every weekend in January on the road. "It would have been great to win both," Michigan coach Dale Bahr said. "But I'll tell you…

Wolverines claimed two other milestones during the match. Michigan senior captain Jeff Catrabone pinned his man at 167 for his 150th career victory, while fellow Wolverine Bill Lacure earned his 100th career…

…Gain, at 177, and Ryan Balcom, at 190, also earned big wins for the Wolverines. Balcom, an Ann Arbor native, competed for the first time at home and earned a 5-3 overtime victory against Ohio State's Bo…

… night for the Wolverines. Purdue's lineup featured seven ranked wrestlers. The difference in the match came down to just one tiny second. With the Wolverines leading 7-6, No. 3 Lacure met No. 11, Purdue…

…-American - we expected him to win. When he lost there, I felt we lost the match." The Wolverines will try to get back to their win- ning ways this weekend at Minnesota against the No.' 3 Golden Gophers, and will…

… close out the dual-meet season at home against Indiana on the Feb. 20. LOUIS BROWN/Daily an's wrestling team soundly beat Ohio State Friday before dropping a close n to Purdue on Saturday. Wolverines

Wolverines began the season ranked fourth in the nation, but the trau- ma caused by the December death of -teammate Jeffrey Reese in December - combined with injuries to starters Bill Lacure and Teya Hill…

… - led to some expected defeats and a drop in the kings. But now, the No. 13 Wolverines are slowly climbing back up the ladder. Victories over Ohio State and two close losses to ninth-ranked Michigan State…

February 04, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 67) • Page Image 10

… the O'Chariey's Tennis Classic. The Wolverines beat Big Ten rival indiana to capture third place at the tournament. Men's tennis ousts nval Indiana to takwe tierd at O'Charley's Bullock Ten honor From…

… week, leading the Wolverines to vic- tories at Penn State and at home over archrival Michigan State. In last Tuesday's game at the Bryce Jordan Center, Bullock led all scorers with 23 points - eight of…

… Michigan's first road contest of the season. Bullock is the only Wolverine to have garnered the award since Jalen Rose was named Player of the Wee* on Feb. 14, 1994. Michigan's Juwan Howard had won the award…

… the previ- ous week. Bullock is the first Wolverine since Gary Grant in 1988 to earn the honor twice in one season. L. si BOTTLES s$1 WELL SCHNAPPS SHOTS FREE FBAHAMA0- MIDNIGHT DJ JOHN KING SPINS…

…. Playing in their first team match of the season, the Wolverines posted a third-place finish in the O'Charley's Tennis Classic in Knoxville, Tenn. The Wolverines defeated one ranked opponent and put quite a…

… dropped all three doubles matches, giving UAB an early 1-0 lead. The Wolverines were able to recover from the shaky start, however. In a con- vincing turnaround, the team took five of the six singles…

February 09, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 72) • Page Image 10

… coach Trish Roberts sees road trips to Happy Val- ley. When the Michigan women's bas- ketball team visits Penn State tonight at 7:30, the Wolverines will be wel- comed by the No. 12 Lady Lions (8-2 Big…

… the most because you land on top of a mountain." The Wolverines (1-10, 7-14) prob- ably don't enjoy the stay much either, considering Michigan has lost all five contests against the Lady Lions since…

February 05, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 68) • Page Image 9

… the most overrated basketball event since Shawn Bradley's selection in the NBA draft. You hear derision of Traylor from opposing fans when the Wolverines go on the road. "Fat boy!" they shout. "Go get a…

…, and blocking See McINTOSH, Page 58 Wolverines halt skid in Columbus Cagers quash Buckeye rally, 77-58 I By Michael Rosenberg Daily Sports Writer COLUMBUS - While you were busy putting off studying…

… -a drop in the bucket. Ohio State was still down eight, and Michigan would soon regain control of its offense and the game. Willie Mitchell hit a 15-foot jump shot, the first Wolverine basket in more…

… to get the postseason rolling. The No.4 Wolverines (16-4-2 CCHA, 21-5-2 overall) and the cellar-dwelling Buckeyes (3-14-5, 5-14-5) played any- thing but a typical pair of midseason mes between a…

Wolverines' 52 shots on goal and was absolutely brilliant throughout the contest. Not as flashy, but equally as stingy in net, was Michigan goalie, Gregg Malicke, making the first start of his career as a…

Wolverine. Malicke turned aside 22 Ohio State shots and seemed to have the confidence of a seasoned vet- eran right from the start. "As the game went on, I was feeling a bit more comfortable," Malicke said…

February 07, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 73) • Page Image 11

… women's gymnastics team is looking forward to a Valentine's Day showdown with Northern Illi- nois and Louisiana State. This does not mean the Wolverines are look- ing past tomorrow's meet against Illinois…

… - it just means they aren't looking forward to it. Nevertheless, the Wolverines will make the trek to Champaign to face a hapless Illini squad. "We are going to do well," Michigan junior Ali Winski said…

… tallied 36.90 competing in the all-around. Both are expected to perform in the same events to- morrow. While the addition of these two will add depth to the Wolverine lineup, Michigan will look to this…

… season's frosh phenom Beth Wymer to lead the way against Illinois. Wymer has won the all- around in each of the Wolverines four meets this season. After finally getting some gym- nasts healthy, Michigan…

… weekend. The Wolverines will wel- come many of the top teams in the country to Crisler Arena for the Cliff Keen National Team Duals. Thirteen teams will come to Ann Arbor for the team tourna- ment…

… wrestlers. Named after the Wolverines' legendary wrestling coach, the event will begin at 9 a.m., with OSU tak- ing on Augsburg, and West Virginia going against Wisconsin. The re- maining first-round matches…

… kick off at 11 a.m. Michigan will face Oregon, Nebraska will wrestle Northern Montana, and Minnesota will match up with Penn State. Both Iowa and Iowa State received first-round byes. Wolverine coach…

… a very solid team, but we can definitely beat them as long as we just go after it. We can beat them badly." Assuming the Wolverines ad- vance, they will likely face No. 3 Penn State in the second…

…- ously going to have to wreslte great against them, but I think we can beat them." A win against Penn State would propel the Wolverines into the semifinals, which are scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. Sunday…

February 05, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 86) • Page Image 10

…-than-friendly introduction to the upper echelon of collegiate swim- ming. The first-year coach suffered his first taste of defeat, in the form of a 77-45 loss to Michigan. The loss was the handiwork of a fine-tuned Wolverine

… Michigan swim, it is (bound to be) good for you." With the victory, the fifth-ranked Wolverines raised their dual meet record to 8-2, 3-0 in the Big Ten. Michigan State, currently 22nd, dropped to 8-1 and 5…

…-1. Michigan benefitted from a balanced attack which saw eleven swimmers contribute to the cause. The Wolverines also swept both diving events, led by Mike Bayerl, Steve Hamerski and Rob Silverman. However, the…

… his showing in the 500 freestyle. His time of 4:28.79, the second-best by a Wolverine this season, looms even more impressive considering Lang doesn't normally compete in that event. Michigan's victory…

… the Wolverines' victory, Bader com- mented on the value of competing against a team like Michigan. "When you look at the Big Ten, you see six teams that are in the Top 25," he said. "The level of talent…

… out f that race, a race we should have von," The Gophers then stretched their ead by winning the 1,000 freestyle y beating out Wolverines Katherine 'reighton and Stefanie Liebner. But Gwen Demaat and…

February 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 80) • Page Image 12

… extendig its 2- 0leadwi keysavesin bot the second and tnird periods -2 MARKKOICK CENTER Kosick salvaged the game for the Wolverines by scoring wth7.1 .- ensleft In the game, aftera, scrum i in front of the…

… never looking back. It didn't happen. For the fourth time in as many games, the first goal scored did not belong to the Wolverines. Michigan was forced to play catch- up hockey again after Western…

February 02, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 67) • Page Image 10

Wolverines (15-4-1 CCHA, 20-5-1 overall) face the pressure of ending their first streak of two games without a win since they lost three straight late in the 1993-94 season. They will try to break that streak…

… tonight when OhioState(3-13-4,5-13-4)comes toYost Ice Arenaforaweekendtwinbill. But don't be quick to jump the gun and think that Michigan is in a state of crisis. Wolverine coach Red Berenson prefers to…

… without their star center, the Wolverines still have some important areas of their game to improve on if they are to be successful this weekend. For starters, Michigan will need to improve on its pathetic…

… power play of last weekend, which clicked on only one of 12 opportunities. Previously, the Wolverines were a combined 18 for 29 with a man up. The Michigan penalty killing unit also allowed its opponents…

… to score 40 percent (4 for 10) of the time last week- end. That broke the Wolverines' 49 consecutive penalty kills streak that ran from the beginning of December through the third period of last Friday…

… The Michigan men's basketball team is in critical condi tion, but it may have found a cure for its losing spell. Ohio State. The Wolverines have dropped three straight Big Ten contests, including an 80…

…-59 debacle to Purdue Tuesday night. But the schedule says Michigan plays the Buckeyes tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in Columbus, and common sense says the Wolverines should win. By almost any measure, Ohio State…

…, 9-8 overall and nowhere near anyone's top 25 The No. 22 Wolverines (4-4 Big Ten, 14-7 overall) wilL drop out of the rankings themselves if they lose to the Buckeyes. Then again, Michigan may drop out…

… even with a win. The Wolverines looked downright awful against the Boilermakers, culminating an eight-day, three-game trip from first place to .500 in the conference. "(Purdue) handled us, but the thing…

… top seed in the Southeast, and an All- American in guard Jimmy Jackson. Michigan started five mouthy freshmen who until then had mostly just boasted. That was about to change. The Wolverines, seeded…

February 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 68) • Page Image 9

…-conference series versus Alaska- Fairbanks, the Wolverines took ad- vantage of their two remaining games in hand to stretch their one-point lead *Women ' basketball splits with Big Ten foes ' y John Leroi Daily…

… Basketball Writer Not quite your typical weekend for the Michigan women's basketball team. The Wolverines began the three- day road trip with an embarrassing loss to Purdue on Friday, but dug themselves out of…

… Boilermakers a 9-0 lead, the Wolver- ines fought back to trail by eight. Jennifer Brzezinski's driving layup with just over nine minutes left in the alf cut the score to 22-16. But the Wolverine's could only…

…'s height plagued the Wol- verines for the entire game. The Boil- ermakers outscored the Wolverines @4-12 in the paint. "We were outmanned, outheighted, outshot and outplayed," coach Trish Roberts said. "It…

Wolverines (16-2-1 CCHA, 21-4-1 overall) traveled to Munn Ice Arena to take on Michigan State (12- 4-3, 17-7-3) in their lone matchup at that venue this season. One would expect Michigan to come out full of…

…, skating at left wing so Herr could center the checking line, put the puck on net from the left boards. Herr deflected the puck be- hind Buzak's stick side into the net and the Wolverines tied the score, 2…

… points from a 5-3 win, but it was essentially a four-point game Not only did the Wolverines shut-down See CCHA, Page 4 Gophers drill cagers, 80-58 Poor shooting dooms Wolverines By Ryan White has been…

February 11, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 93) • Page Image 13

…'s 3-2 victory over Western Michigan. This weekend's sweep of the Broncos brings the Wolverines winning streak to 14, continuing a school record which was set last weekend. Injuries dampen by Matt…

… Rennie Daily Hockey Writer What should have been a night of celebration turned into an evening of despair for the Michigan hockey team. On the evening that the 1990-91 Wolverine icers cemented their his…

… particularly stinging for the Wolverines, because they were left without their top two scorers. Both are potential all- Americans, and Felsner is a leading candidate for the Hobey Baker award, given to the year…

… both sidelined, the Wolverines had to scramble to fill the holes Saturday. "Injuries are like goals and wins," Berenson said, "they come in bunches. We had been literally in- jury-free to this point in…

… each game, including the game-winner Saturday. "I knew he was capable of that," Berenson said. "I said from day one that he would lead this team in scor- ing some day." Given the Wolverines' current…

… its worries. Since their vault to the elite of the college hockey world, the Wolverines have found that success often means an elbow in the face. Or a stick to the gut. Or a slash on the back. For the…

… last three weeks, Michigan has played middle-of-the-pack teams from the CCHA, and each week the Wolverines have been abused. The abuse has not been evident on the scoreboard, where Michigan has won 14…

… straight, but rather in the lockerroom, which looks more like an infirmary. Michigan's outmatched opponents have made the acute observation that they cannot skate with the Wolverines. So rather than try…

… price a team pays for being good. Teams feel so overmatched against the Wolverines that they turn to cheap shots as their last alternative. "It's tough," Michigan defenseman Patrick Neaton said. "The…

…'t go two strides without crutches. Don't kid yourself. Michigan doesn't back away from any confrontations. The Wolverines can hold their own and then some whenever the play gets physical. The thing to…

February 19, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 96) • Page Image 14

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday- February 19, 1990 Women hoopste Streaking Wolverines up by Phil Green rs take two on road set Wisconsin, Northwestern Daily Basketball Writer EVANSTON…

… - Upsets are things dreams are made of, and Sunday afternoon was a dream come true for the Michigan's women's basketball team. The Wolverines came back from a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat the No. 15…

… bonus and going to the foul line with every Wolverine foul. After twelve minutes Michigan was down, 23- 10. It looked as if the Wolverines were in for another shellacking like the 92-62 loss Northwestern…

…, the tough defense and an excellent job on the boards helped Michigan go on a 12-0 run over the next 5:25. The Wolverines had not only gotten into the game but they had taken the lead, and taken it big…

…. However, with 3:38 left, the Wolverine's first half foul trouble came back to haunt them when first-year center Trish Andrew (5 blocked shots) fouled out. Less than one minute later, senior Joan Rieger…

… joined her on the bench after picking up her fifth foul. The Wolverines missed those two greatly. Michigan allowed the Wildcats to score the last seven points of regulation, including a fifteen foot jumper…

… on in the overtime and that's why I'm so proud of our team to not get down." During overtime neither team ever led by more than two and the lead changed hands six times. In the end, the Wolverines won…

… got it done." The weekend had begun well for the Wolverines Friday night as they extended their 'The home team traditionally comes on in the overtime and that's why I'm so proud of our team to not get…

February 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 67) • Page Image 9

… disappointment - even after a blowout road victory on Friday night. The Wolverines (16-4-1 CC HA, 22-6-1 overall) pulled out a 5-4 overtime victory at home over Notre Dame (8-10-3, 13-13- -Saturday night, after…

… crushing the Irish, 7-2, in South Bend Friday. What turned out to be an exciting finish for Michigan fans on Saturday was nearly a disaster for the Wolverines, who held a 4-1 lead heading into the final…

February 06, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 69) • Page Image 10

… face some of the nation's best teams, hoping to capture a team championship. Pusztai lost only one match the en- tire weekend. But despite Pusztai's efforts the Wolverines were unable to capture the team…

… title, falling in the final to ninth-ranked South Alabama. This was the first time in five tries that the Wolverines advanced to the championship match, and it was the first title for the Jaguars…

February 15, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 77) • Page Image 10

…10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 15,_1995 Women's track captures first at Quad Meet Wolverines satisfied with performance, but worry about winning Big Tens By Eugene Bowen Daily…

… Sports Writer For the women's track and field team, last weekend was a time of smiling faces and tearful realiza- tion. The Wolverines won the Quad Meet, held at Michigan State, but a sadness still lurked…

….20. She beat the second-place finisher, the Spartans' Chandra Burns (25.3), by over a full second. Wolverine high jumper Monika Black won herevent, but she fell short of her goal of jumping 6 feet. "It…

… second-place finisher, Penn State's Holly Jones, finished with a height of 5'4 1/4". In fact, no highjumper made 5'6", the height Black achieved on her first jump. The three Wolverine freshmen who ran the…

…:33.45). She also ran perhaps the best leg of the mile relay for the Wolverines. JuniorJayna Greiner performed well taking first in the shot put with a distance of 14.43 meters. Though the Wolverines won the…

Wolverines are already beginning to have pre-Big Ten jitters. Their foremost fears are Wisconsin's middle-distance run- ners and Illinois' sprinters, jumpers and throwers. "They're going to blow us away," said…

February 05, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 74) • Page Image 12

… one. Tonight at 7 p.m., the Wolverines (4-0 Big Ten, 5-1 overall) head to East Lansing for their final road dual meet of the season against the Spar- tans. And just as the other conference dual meets…

… have gone this year, this one should not. be much of a challenge for Michigan. The Wolverines are coming off a road sweep of Indiana schools last weekend, where they pounded Indiana and defeated Purdue…

February 01, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 70) • Page Image 9

…. The Wolverines handed the Spartans their worst loss in coach Ron Mason's tenure at the school, an 11-1 thrashing. It was the conclusion to a big weekend for Michigan coach Red Berenson's club. The…

… previous evening, Michigan crushed Illinois- Chicago, 8-1. The Wolverines made sure the Spartans never had a chance, firing in five goals on nine shots in the first period. Michigan blasted 47 shots on goal…

Wolverine goals. He gunned in his 11th goal of the season in the third period. It was a season-high point total for Roberts Several of the assists came off moves that even left Berenson a lit- tle stunned…

… scoring the Wolverines will need down the stretch. "I was real happy," Knuble said. "I felt a little extra spring in my step. The guys on the team have been real supportive. (The goals) didn't go in at the…

… beginning, but then I got some breaks." Two other Wolverines blasted in two goals apiece. Dan Stiver came riumphs up with one tally in the first and a shorthanded goal off the rebound of a Roberts shot in…

… outward displays of Spar- tan arrogance. Michigan, an early power in college hockey, owned Michigan State in the early years of the Spartan program. The Wolverines won the first NCAA hockey championship in…

… Michigan State. The Wolverines continued to field quality squads throughout the 1960s and '70s with the sporadic occurrence of losing seasons. With the arrival of coach Ron Mason in East Lansing in 1979…

… Spartan program around. Michigan State won the national crown in 1986 and has been in the semifinals five of the past nine seasons. While the Spartans were rising to national prominence, the Wolverines were…

Wolverine cagers, 88-80 by Andy De Korte Daily Basketball Writer IOWA CITY - Iowa's style of play echoed its state's geographic features - steady. The Wolverine basketball team more closely resem- bled the…

February 22, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 85) • Page Image 12

… before disaster. Michigan's NCAA playoff chances seem to be fol- lowing the same plot line. Once a virtual guarantee to make the tournament's 12-team field, the Wolverines are now on the bubble - an…

… unfamiliar perspective for a team that last missed the NCAA postseason in 1990. And while Michigan graduated quite a bit of goal- scoring talent from last season's national championship team, the Wolverines

February 15, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 80) • Page Image 9

… champion and CCHA preseason favorite, the Wolverines couldn't have been blamed for placing this game in the victory column before the season even started. A &3 whipping of the Broncos on Jan. 16 further…

… demon- strated the talent gap between the two teams. Raly, what could Western do to stop the powerful Wolverines? Unleash the intimidating Buster Bronco on Red Berenson? That wouldn't be a good idea for…

February 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 66) • Page Image 13

… looked as if it might be close when the Buckeyes' 126-pound wrestler, Robbie Archer, defeated the Wolverines' Mat Warner. But looks can be deceiving. The W&olverines, who were unavailable for mment at…

… press time, preceded to win seven of their next eight matches. After coming up big at the lower weight classes and in close matches against Michigan State on Wednesday, the Wolverines continued the trend…

… country at 177 pounds. Going into Friday's meet against Indiana and Saturday's meet against Purdue, the Wolverines find themselves with 7-3 overall dual meet record and a 3-1 record in the Big Ten. Tonight…

… SERVAAS/Daily Michigan wrestler Teya Hill won a 9-7 overtime match in the Wolverines' 31-6 win over Ohio State This weekend, the team will travel to Indiana and Purdue. \M' track shines at Meyo, sends six…

… traveled as a team to Notre Dame, the Wolverines compet- ed in the Invitational as individuals. Thirteen Wolverines finished in the top five places of at least one event, four Wolverines won their events…

…, and three Wolverines qualified for the OC AA indoor championships. Don McLaughlin and Scott MacDonald took first and second places in the Meyo Mile. McLaughlin came in at 4:04.90 and MacDonald at 4…

… events. He cleared the high jump bar at 6-feet-10 1/4 and finished the 60 in 6.89 seconds. The Wolverines are proving to be strong contenders in the field events. Along with Devasher's high jump were Brian…

…-place finishes in the 60-meter hurdles and the 200. The Wolverines hope to build on the performances from the meet to have momentum going into Big Ten com- petition. Despite the team's lack of depth, its talent…

… the hands of Eastern Michigan a week ago. Because Saturday's Meyo Invitational in South Bend wasn't even scored as a team meet, the Wolverines could have had a legitimate excuse had they not met the…

… challenge the Eagles posed. People would have understood if Michigan didn't come through Saturday with its best performance. Apparently, the Wolverines didn't care what other people would have understood…

February 12, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 73) • Page Image 9

… since cluding College Field Hockey Coaches As- Michigan was 3-7 in 1992, the first year 1993. sociation All-Midwest Regional, Academic of Big Ten field hockey, and has finished The Wolverines played in an…

… indoortour- All-Big Ten and second-team All-Big Ten 4-6 each year since. The Wolverines have nament in Toronto this weekend and were accolades. never finished higher than fourth in the unavailable for comment…

… intermission as Purdue's lead grew to 16 on a couple of Jennings' free throws with 10:35 left. Then Michigan woke up. A 20-4 Wolverine run tied the game at 60. But it wasn't enough. "Purdue held on and found a…

February 03, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 70) • Page Image 11

… health on its side, the Michigan women's gymnas- tics team may prove unstoppable Sun- day at the Michigan Classic. The Wolverines (3-0 Big Ten, 5-0 overall) travel to Kalamazoo to face four unranked…

… about losing as much as scoring well as a team to boost our national ranking." Georgia, Utah and Alabama are the teams ahead of the Wolverines in the rankings and are the main ob- stacles that stand in…

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