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April 02, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 126) • Page Image 12

… winning back-to-back road matches over the weekend. Despite the tough schedule, the Wolverines came away with a clean sweep, beating No. 29 Minnesota 5-2 on Saturday and Iowa 6-1ton Sun- day. The first step…

… in claiming these two key victo- ries was defeating Minnesota, a team Michigan had not beaten since 1999. The Wolverines got off to a good start, taking all three doubles matches. "One of the keys to…

April 03, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 110) • Page Image 9

… few years prior earned the title f the best team in the nation. So at the beginning of this season, when the Wolverines car-I ried their Nike bags MARK into Cliff Keen Arena, FRANCESCUfT even more…

… championship was the only talk surround- ing this program. Fans talked about it. Coach Kurt Golder talked about it. The gymnasts talked about. Repeat. When the Wolverines entered this week- end's NCAAs, they…

April 09, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 115) • Page Image 16

… Championships -No. 15 Princeton. The Wolverines (19-10-1) met the Tigers Saturday for the third time this season after winning the first two match- es by counts of 8-4 and 9-8. But this time around, the stakes…

… execute together." This past weekend's championship was Michigan's first postseason compe- tition as a varsity program, putting the inexperienced Wolverines at an immedi- ate disadvantage against Princeton…

April 10, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 115) • Page Image 14

…4B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - April 10, 2000 Wisconsin 2 Wolverines 1 Wolverines SI Minnesota 4 Wolverines 0 & Minnesota 0 1 I t f Team W L P 1. Iowa 4 0 1.0 2. Penn State…

… done so earlier to cure its hitting woes. While the answer to Michigan's problems is obviously not so simple, the Wolverines made it seem that way with their performance in the sec- ond game of yesterday…

April 07, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 129) • Page Image 9

… young Wolverines should have been happy to win against Boston College was the key to start- just keep up with the Eagles. ing the season fast. If the Wolverines had given Instead, Michigan opened up a 3…

Wolverines' winning machine the season, Michigan had its first real CCHA test had a newsworthy performance. Captain Kevin during the Notre Dame series on Jan. 18-19. With Porter came through with the game…

April 13, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 118) • Page Image 13

… weekend. Ever since the Wolverines finished second to Georgia in Ast season's national championship by a re .03, their focus has been on captur- ing the ultimate honor. Finally, a year later, the…

… outcome from last season's finals was not an isolated result. The Wolverines have battled the GymDogs -ee times in 2000 and the GymDogs e come out on top every time. "The fact that we've been exposed to…

April 19, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 122) • Page Image 22

… back. After pushing aside the disappointment of being left off the NCAA Tournament bracket just a few weeks ago, the Wolverines rebounded to win the NIT with a 62-55 victory over Rutgers at Madison…

… we had to go play some ball." The Wolverines made it interesting down the stretch against the Scarlet Knights. With 1:51 remaining, senior Bernard Robinson gave Michigan a 56-48 lead with a pair of…

April 03, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 110) • Page Image 14

…68 - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - April 3, 2000 'M' fans rock Penn State RIONA ContInued from Page 1B witha maize and blue paint brush. The Wolverines' best showmn was recorded on the uneven…

Wolverines' generous lead head- ing into the final event proved to be cru- cial. Michigan experienced uncharacter- istic difficulties on the balance beam, as the team's first fall in weeks was suffered by Cain…

April 17, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 121) • Page Image 17

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 17, 2001- 5B ,Big Ten foes looing up at rowers By Jim Webw Daily Sports Writer After the Wolverines' dominance of the other top three teams in the Big }Ten at…

Wolverines' first varsity eight boat SCOREKEEPERS s750 CALL B 0 DRINKS E L A I M O& BACARDIES FRI DAY-.Qc I I I I ! 25 Taps! Full Menu! 75G0 BOTTLES SATURDAY 0 WINGSI CIO MAYNARD".9950100(21 & OVER WITH PROPER…

April 15, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 120) • Page Image 8

… to be this way. Just two weeks ago, it looked like the Michi- gan baseball team was headed for a breakout season. On March 30, the Wolverines headed to Ypsilanti and topped Eastern Michigan in a wild…

… Metro- dome, the Wolverines' season derailed in dramatic fashion. Michigan dropped four con- secutive games and immediately fell to the Big Ten cellar. Facing an uphill battle to get back into the thick…

April 07, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 114) • Page Image 11

…), 2 p.m. Saturday, l p.m. Sunday Latest: After two months on the road, the Wolverines finally get to play their home opener today. Michigan is coin- ing off of a flawless 4-0 swing last week- end at…

… Indiana and Purdue to start the Big Ten season. If they can successfully defend their home field this weekend, the Wolverines will extend their win- ningstreak to 20. Cutouts by PETER CORNUE/ Daily…

April 08, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 111) • Page Image 14

… thanks to some pressure-packed performances on the vault and a little bit of luck, the Wolverines were able to stamp their ticket to nationals in Tuscaloosa, Ala. - barely. "It's a shame three teams aren…

…- son. During a day of consistently low scores for every team at the meet, the Wolverines reversed the trend by post- ing scores no lower than 9.775 on the vault. They also benefited from the 9.925 posted…

April 07, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 129) • Page Image 12

… this. Even though the Wolverines His men's track and field team didn't take advantage of the warm stepped into Jesse Owens Memorial weather, four regional qualifiers Stadium at Ohio State to an unex…

…." time of 10.51 seconds broke Jesse There was just one problem - too Owens's Michigan/Ohio State dual- few Wolverines were there to enjoy meet record of 10.54 seconds, set in it. 1936. Michigan battled…

April 29, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 134) • Page Image 16

… for the injury- plagued Michigan women't gymnastics team, that end was one to be proud of. The Wolverines placed fifth in the NCAA Super Six Team Finals with a score of 196.050. The fifth place finish…

… balance beam in the first rota- tion, the Wolverines nailed down a solid floor routine in the third rota- tion, earning a score of 49.225. Junior Calli Ryals paced Michigan in both events with scores of 9…

… Farrell, who pitched the complete game in the Nittany Lions' (10-10, 16-21) 6-4 victo- ry that split the weekend series. Farrell surrendered only six hits and four runs against a potent Wolverine offense…

… graduating this year, the Wolverines should be a familiar bunch next season, and that has Plocki chomping at the bit. "We've already been talking about how awesome next year is going to seem because of how…

… powerhouse during her career, and there's no reason to think that the Wolverines won't be in a familiar position when spring rolls around next year. Polo falls short of Final Four By Ellen McGarrity Daily…

…, this group of Wolverines has blown away most of the East Coast teams. Unfortunately, they could not blow away No. 17 Brown in the Eastern Championships. They came up short in a heart- breaking 5-4 loss…

…, after the loss to Brown on the first day of competition, the Wolverines had to eventualy settle for third overall. "In a situation where you don't get as far as you want to get, the important thing is…

April 18, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 121) • Page Image 14

… in the whole series. Fmdlay went an eye-opening 3-for-3 with three home runs, four runs scored, five RBI and one walk in one of the most dominating offensive performances of the year for the Wolverines

…$ rightfield for a two-run home run. The blast gave the Wolverines another early lead. After the game was tightened to 3-2, Findlay and senior shortstop Jessica Merchant once again did their part to give…

April 19, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 137) • Page Image 11

… and competitors from all teams chatted freely. It was a stark difference from the atmos-t phere on Thursday, when the Wolverines com-t peted in the preliminaries, hoping to qualifyi for the Super Six…

….750, and there deductions were taken because of steps during landings. Ray's 9.925 perform- ance anchored the rotation and allowed the Wolverines to total a 49.025 on the event. But while the Wolverines

April 06, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

…'ll attempt to take step two. The No. 7 Wolverines will host the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships, a competi- tion where the top two team finishers will head to Georgia for the National Championships…

…. Everyone else goes home for the year. With No. 6 Stanford and No. 18 Louisiana State joining Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island traveling to Michigan's turf for the meet, the Wolverines realize…

April 06, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 124) • Page Image 9

… about turning pro throughout this season and expressed his interest with his parents during the year. After Air Force knocked the Wolverines out of the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Mar. 27…

Wolverines' staff, and Berenson in particular, is traditionally adamant that players should stay four years to earntheir degree and to fully develop their on-ice skills before jumping to the next level…

… the first Wolverine to win the award since Justin Laury in 2005 - the last year Michigan hosted the Big Ten Champion- ships. See KELLEY, Page 3B SAID ALSA LAH/Daily Sophomore Aaron Palushaj is now a…

… member of the AHL's Peoria Rivermen. SOFTBALL Blue sweeps Purdue for third straight year ARIEL BOND/Dal y F Wolverines allow 12 unanswered runs By CHANTEL JENNINGS Daily Sports Writer The Michigan…

… dugout looked stunned. Wolverine coach Rich Maloney stared at the scoreboard in disbelief. The young fans stood pas- sively, wondering whether to ask for autographs. The Wolverines had just allowed the…

… major catastrophe or break- down, and the team hadn't fallen apart. On Saturday, the Wolverines and Nittany Lions (3-3 Big Ten, 17-12 overall) had split their doublehead- er, with Penn State taking the…

… first F game 6-4 in the 10th inning. But the Wolverines fought back from a 5-2 deficit in the second game to win 9-4 with the help of five home runs. But on Sunday, the Wolverines just failed to do the…

… up." Unlike other games where the Wolverines (3-3, 18-10) have found a way to fight back, the hole they dug themselves into was too deep to escape. As the game went own, the little miscues became more…

… glaring. Maloney worked hiswaythrough the bullpen, using six different pitchers, but all failed to slow the Nittany Lions' offensive surge. And when the Wolverines looked for a game-changing performance, no…

April 14, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 133) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com h Monday, April 14, 2008-- 3B Wolverines earns second place in West Regional 'M' stages weekend hit parade Score high enough to qualify team for NCAA…

… between the Big Ten Champi- onships and the NCAAs. "Nationals is Nationals and all that, but regionals is just the rite of passage to get to Nationals," Plocki said. The fifth-ranked Wolverines were led by…

April 03, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 110) • Page Image 15

…'s tennis team oked like it went from rags to riches this weekend. Standing next to South Florida on Friday, the Wolverines were under- manned due to their plague of injuries and illness. Two days later, even…

… playing at our full strength either so I think that it's a significant win." But the Wolverines were less con- cerned with how they won than' that they won. "The bottom line is it's Michigan ver- sus…

April 05, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 112) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 5, 2005 - 13 Junior Christian Vozza has golfed well, but Michigan, as a team this season, has not. Blue struggling with consistency Wolverines excited about…

… Arbor this year. Ideally, the Wolverines should know every bunker, uneven green and narrow fairway of their course like the back of their hand. But because of weather constraints, the team hasn't played…

April 10, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 129) • Page Image 10

… NCAA Regional comes to Crisler weather will invariably win. So what do the Wolverines resort to when Moth- er Nature gets the best of them? TODAY Michg~n vs. Con~ordi# Th~sh Wiffle ball homerun derby…

…. The Wolverines were only able to play two games out of their scheduled four-game series against Minnesota last weekend. While the Wolverines dropped both of those games, 9-3 and 8-7, they felt the…

April 17, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 118) • Page Image 14

… years, Michigan has fin- ished second, sixth and third at the NCAA Championships. In 1999 and 2001, the Wolverines finished a mere .3 points behind champions Georgia and UCLA, respectively. "I don't think…

… team have been opti- mistic all year, the time for action is now. The No. 5 Wolverines head to Tuscalosa, Ala. this week to compete in the NCAA Champi- onships, which begin tomorrow. CHAMPIONSHIP…

April 02, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 107) • Page Image 14

… right now, and with some reason - the Wolverines just won three of four games against Iowa this weekend to open up the Big Ten season. Thanks to some solid pitch- ing performances from Bobby Korecky and…

… of four from the Hawkeyes doesn't erase the awful start that the Wolverines had to this season. For those who don't remember, here's a little refresher - Michigan lost 12 of its first 15 games and…

April 16, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 133) • Page Image 14

… the lineup was on the sidelines. The Wolverines were desperately thin in all areas, but especially in the uneven bars, where both Ray and Mantilia would have been regulars. So Michigan turned to…

… untested and unproven gymnasts to get through. The new lineup worked for a little bit, as the Wolverines rolled through their first three meets. But the wheels came off the wagon in East Lansing on Feb. 2…

April 15, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 116) • Page Image 15

… Michigan senior Ben Cox. Having to overcome a mid-year bout with mono as well as consistent arm pain, he has struggled to a sub- .500 record in singles. But yesterday, in his final home match as a Wolverine

… Michigan's singles scoring. The win marked the Wolverines' first triumph outside this year. After struggling last week on Ohio State's outdoor courts, coach Mark Mees made sure the team, was prepared for…

Wolverines' momentum By Bdan Schick Daily Sports Writer Only a week after completing one of the greatest weekends in Michigan women's tennis history, the Wolverines might have finished their most disap…

…- pointing weekend of the season. Yesterday, Michigan (3-5 Big Ten, 10-9 overall) lost in Iowa City 5-2, end- ing a stretch.in which the Wolverines had won six of the last eight matches. The Wolverines fell to…

… were ranked in the ITA poll, and Michigan was ranked higher than its opponent. But, the role of favorite was not kind to the Wolverines. Yesterday was also the final road match of the sea- son, and…

… factors in last week- end's success was the play of the dou- bles tandems, which came out fiat against Iowa. In the past, the doubles have helped the Wolverines achieve an early lead and build momentum…

… enter- ing the singles matches. The Wolverines have won all 10 matches when they secured the doubles point, but are 3-6 when losing the point. They lost the point to the Hawkeyes, and the rest is history…

April 10, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 115) • Page Image 17

… the Purdue Invitational. Here's the breakdown. Dark horses step up for 'M' track By David Mosse Daily Sports Writer By David Edelman Daily Sports Writer When the Wolverines are divided, the women…

…'s track team cannot stand. This -oved true last week when Michigan ,ent its top sprinters to compete in the prestigious Texas Relays, leaving the rest of the Wolverines to fend for them- selves. This past…

April 09, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 131) • Page Image 12

… vault poles in the plane for next week- end," sophomore Jennifer Mehl said. "So we wanted to come out and perform this weekend as a smaller group." In a weekend marked by windy conditions, the Wolverines

… used the meet to prepare for the heart of the season. Mehl led the small group of Wolverines, which included the team's vaulters and throwers, with a career-best performance on the pole vault, finishing…

April 06, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 107) • Page Image 8

… record for home runs in an inning. The only other Wolverine to hit two long balls in the same t inning on the road was Mike Gillette on May 11, 1988 at Eastern Michigan University. Schmidt opened up the…

…'t the only Michigan player to feast on 1 Position changes give young Wolverines a chance to excel By H. Jose Bosch Daily Sports Writer MT. PLEASANT - Normally, when Adam Abraham makes a throw to…

…. z 8fl BkN IMON/aily Senior Mike Schmidt (24) had two home runs and four 1RBI in the Wolverines' 19-4 rout of Central Michigan the Chippewa pitchers. Each Wolverine starter reached base at least once…

…, and six of them recorded multiple hits. The offensive outburst came as a surprise after Michigan's Big Ten opening series against Northwest- ern, when the Wolverines scored just 12 runs over a four…

… fall in, it gets contagious and guys get confident, and the game is what it was. The game was very encouraging because our team needed that." Following their huge third inning, the Wolverines took…

… easily to Division I college baseball. With so many versatile players on the roster, Maloney can give younger Wolverines an opportu- nity to see as much college-level pitching as possible. "There's a…

… growing period, and we're trying to grow our team right now," Malo- ney said. "In time, I think this is going to be a solid team:' Nine Wolverines have started at more than one position for Michigan this…

… put them away." Niemiec's sudden emergence may indi- cate a return to last season's form, when he amassed a 3-1 record as a reliever. This would be helpful for the Wolverines, whose starters have been…

… have nothing to worry about - the Wolverines began another scoreless streak of 4 1/3 innings began after Husain walked home a run. BECAUSE WE LOVE PITCHING THAT MUCH: Had he been in attendance, famous…

April 11, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 116) • Page Image 9

… Nightmares , Michigan 12, Michigan 4, Michigan 3, k: 7,Michigan 6 Wolverines fall to 1-7 in Big Ten play By H. Jose Bosch Daily Sports Writer After a terrible 0-4 start to the Big Ten season against…

… three-time defending conference champion Minnesota, Michigan looked to rebound against Iowa. Under Michigan coach Rich Maloney's ten- ure, the Wolverines had a 6-2 record against the Hawkeyes. But Iowa…

… some good hitters. (Their pitchers) brought it near the plate, and we hit it. We were aggressive." For the second time this weekend, it took until the second game for the Wolverine bats to heat up…

April 30, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 119) • Page Image 14

… against No. 14 Hartwick. The wins gave the Wolverines the Collegiate Water Polo Association championship and earned them an automatic bid into the four-team NCAA Tournament on May 11-12. Since being named a…

Wolverines leading 3-2. Michigan was able to open up a 4-2 lead early in the third quarter and held that lead into the fourth. While Michigan could have put away Hartwick in the fourth quarter, it was unable…

April 30, 2001 (vol. 116, iss. 70) • Page Image 14

… same time." Thorius was a co-captain this past season and helped guide the Wolverines to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Thorius became the first player, man or woman, to accumulate 1,000 points…

…, 500 assists and 400 rebounds in a career. She joins former Wolverines Pollyanna Johns and Stacey Thomas in the professional ranks. The nerve-racking wait on draft day was worsened when Orlando coach and…

April 14, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 119) • Page Image 22

… improve their seed for the Big Ten Tournament, and make their case to the NCAA selection committee regarding their position in tennis' "May Madness." The eighth-placed Wolverines (1-5 Big Ten, 7-9 overall…

… weeks, the Wolverines have a shot at sneaking up in the standings and snatching one of the ever-important first-round byes in the conference tournament. Michigan will host the Big Ten Tournament from…

April 09, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 126) • Page Image 5

… mound yesterday for the Michigan base- ball team, but no one could stop the streak of bad pitching. The Wolverines lost 10-2 to Central Michigan, dropping their record to 2-3 against teams from the Mid…

… decided to have a staff day. The Wolverines relied on multiple pitchers for a few innings at a time after starter Kevin Vangheluwe went as far as he could. Vangheluwe took the mound in his first career…

…. Wood pitched 1.2 perfect innings and struck out three batters. Central Michigan's freshman pitcher Rick Dodridge effectively controlled the Wolverine batters. Dodridge shined despite entering the game…

… going right for Michigan. Even when the ball was playable, the Wolverines had a few miscues which could have made their night easier. The defense had two official errors and many other possible plays were…

… against Central Michigan on Apr. 4, when the Chip- pewas scored seven unanswered runs. The Wolverines have lost six of its last 10 games, and after yes- terday's loss, their problems are getting worse. "It…

… opponent - we are the opponent. We're beat- ing ourselves." MEN'S TENNIS Strong serves spark shutout Wolverine bats rise up after slow start M Sp ichigan defeats iartans for fifth straight time By MARK…

…, Hulewicz plopped down on a nearby bench and buried his head in the towel for a couple minutes. Hulewicz's display epitomized the match as the Wolverines dis- mantled the Spartans, 7-0, at the Michigan State…

… would come out strong. Sroczynski and Aarts stayed composed and poised, battling for each point to escape with an 8-6 victory and the doubles point for the Wolverines (3-4, 9-13). Sroczynski was easily…

… manage them and make a lot of high-percentage first serves in singles and doubles. When we do that, we have a good chance of winning." After grabbing the doubles point for the Wolverines, Sroc- zynski…

… before the holiday began at sunset yesterday, the Michigan softball team's bats appeared to be observing Passover early. Eventually, the offense rose to life in the Wolverines' 7-2 win at Central Michigan…

April 14, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 131) • Page Image 14

… the Wolverines maintained their eighth-place finish, but concluded the invitational ahead of Big Ten rivals Wisconsin, Penn State and Northwestern. "We didn't have great scores on Saturday. The girls…

… to be played (May 20).r "It is a really great course," Teichert said. "I'm glad we got a chance to play it before we enter the Championships." The Wolverines have a competi- tion-free week before…

April 05, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 110) • Page Image 9

… of losing should ST. PAUL, Minn. - Michigan trailed last night's NCAA semifinal game against Minnesota 1-0 in the second period when the Wolverines were called for a "too many men on the ice" penalty…

Wolverines desperately needed their dangerous powerplay unit to jumpstart them in the same way that Potulny did for Minnesota. But the Golden Gophers' penalty killers extended their pressure out wide instead…

April 02, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 110) • Page Image 16

… trip down to Ann Arbor to cheer on the Wolverines. For many it was an introduction to organized tennis. It was clear they were excited to be there, cheering for every player and asking them for…

… 7-0 victory over intrastate rival Michigan State, the Wolverines where more than happy to oblige their young patrons. The win boosted their record back to .500 - a mark they have been flirt- ing with…

April 02, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 126) • Page Image 9

… because of dark- ness. That game concluded on Sun- day and the Wolverines won 11-3. In Sunday's scheduled game, the fourth of the series, Michigan was down 1-0 after four innings when the umpires decided to…

… implement a rain delay. The game resumed two hours later, and the Wolverines won 14-7. But those two victories weren't as easy as usual, considering the weather the teams had to play in. With baseballs…

…'s margin of victory over Penn State Number of key Wolverine gymnastsout for the season Numberof Big Ten titles for Michigan in the past15 years .. - . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . verines had to prove they…

… team is an amazing group of young ladies," sophomore Huneth Lor said. "We've been working so hard to pick up from all the injuries that winning makes it all the better." The Wolverines followed the…

… Bernard's effort. Lor came up just short in the all-around to round out the individual accolades for the Wolverines. Michigan finished up the eve- See CHAMPIONS, Page 3B Michigan's Zach Putnam was dominant…

… on the hill and at the plate. The sophomore pitched eight innings for Friday. In the three remaining games, Putnam had six RBI to lead a potent Wolverine offense past the Wildca SIW'EEP ON THE LAKE By…

…- rain delay was about to become a ing a rain delay," said senior Brad canceled game. Roblin, who added another homer Then the rain let up, and the post-stoppage. Wolverines couldn't have asked Since they…

… were already in Evanston, the Wolverines figured they might as well go out and win, Roblin said. But it wasn't as easy as the Wol- verines hoped. Sporting a comfortable 13-run lead in the bottom of the…

April 07, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 108) • Page Image 8

… Indiana (3-1 Big Ten, 18-3-1 overall) and Purdue (2-2, 22-18) this weekend at Alumni Field in Ann Arbor. Who can the Wolverines (2-0,22-9) thank for their string of shutouts? They should probably start with…

… defense will be waiting to meet them. In Tuesday's doubleheader, sopho- more Samantha Findlay recorded 12 putouts. Senior Tiffany Haas had three at second. The Wolverines made just one error all day. "The…

April 05, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 106) • Page Image 10

… allowed Milian to score. "It's up to the defense to field (the ball), and a lot of times they didn't," Haas said. All four of the Wolverines' runs in the first game resulted from errors. Western pitcher…

… second game, though she did have some difficulty running. "She'll be OK," Hutchins said. STILL ROLLING: With yesterday's doubleheader sweep, the Wolverines continued their shutout streak. Michigan has…

… leads the Mid-American Conference in almost every offensive category. In contrast, Michigan's hitters appear to have entered a slump, one which Wolverine coach Rich Maloney hopes will soon end. "Three…

…'ll battle back:" The identity of Michigan's starting pitcher is still uncertain, which is under- standable given the rotation's recent struggles. Wolverine starters allowed 16 runs in the Northwestern series…

… - Northwestern igat scored 13 first-inning runs - the Wolverines might P.M. be able to leave Theunis- en Stadium sen Stadium with a win. leasant Central Michigan's pitch- ing staff has also strug- gled recently…

… fashion By David VandeVusse Daily Sports Writer KALAMAZOO - It wasn't pretty. But the Wolverines got it done. Fighting against winds that reached 30 miles per hour, the No. 12 Michigan softball team won a…

… speed was the difference. Milian got down the basepath quickly, forcing Bronco second baseman Amanda Heckman to rush her throw. Energy plays such as this helped jump start the Wolverines when their bats…

April 05, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 127) • Page Image 9

…. The defense did not help Penn, though, as a throwing error advanced Minnesota catcher Jake Elder to third base. A walk, a single and a double later and the Wolverines were in a 5-0 hole. Penn never got…

… been able to do is battle back, like the three games we won against Duke earlier this season," Maloney said. Michigan kept the pressure on Minnesota in the fifth, as the Wolverines used some patented…

April 05, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 127) • Page Image 12

…The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - April 5, 2004 - 4B Players of the Indiana Series Players of the Purdue Series Abby Stark (Indiana) Stark helped the Hoosiers give the Wolverines a run for their…

…-9) Brooke Baker (Purdue) Baker held the Wolverines to just two runs in the second game of the series. She was named Big Ten Pitch- er of the Week last week. SUNDAY'S GAME 1 Michigan 9 WP: J. Ritter (12…

April 03, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 108) • Page Image 10

… have evolved if Mike would have been here," Michigan associate head coach Mel Pearson said. Even if Cammalleri hadn't missed those games, things couldn't have turned out much better for the Wolverines

… Milan Gajic to find an offensive rhythm. And it forced the Wolverines to develop depth that had been non-exis- tent with Cammalleri in the lineup. All of these things happened, and Michigan went 7-1-2 in…

April 19, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 122) • Page Image 21

… on Saturday, the Big House was as quiet as it has been in years. DeAndra Cobb's 64-yard touchdown run gave Michigan State a seemingly insurmountable 27-10 lead. But the Wolverines weren't quite ready…

… following an unbelievable finish to regula- tion, three Braylon Edwards touchdowns and three overtime periods, the Wolverines had completed one of the most improbable wins in school history, prevailing 45…

… from Mike Hart. The true freshman rushed for 224 yards and a touchdown on 33 carries, becoming the first Wolverine ever to rush for 200 ards inthreeensecutve aimes. Stickers bring home natty for 'M' By…

… another one home for the Wolverines," said Michigan coach Marcia Pankratz. "Men's programs, wom- en's programs, revenue, non-revenue, it doesn't matter. We're just really proud to be a part of the…

April 04, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 111) • Page Image 9

… might escape without any damage. But Wilson couldn't cap- ture the final out and gave up five runs before Michigan coach Carol Hutchins pulled her in favor of junior Jennie Ritter. The Wolverines

…) finished the weekend 3-1 with a split against Iowa and yester- day a sweep of Illinois. But during Friday's game against Iowa (2-2, 28-8), the Hawkeyes snapped the Wolverines' 32-game winning streak and…

April 05, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 127) • Page Image 10

…'s golf team was stymied in Hoosier country, finishing a dis- appointing ninth place at the Indiana Invitational over the weekend. The Wolverines were again led by junior Laura Olin, who has now paced the…

Wolverines strug- gled to bring in low numbers. "It was disappointing," coach Kathy Teichert said. "You can't shoot 80s and expect to compete in the Big Ten." The tournament in Bloomington also offered stiffer…

April 15, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 116) • Page Image 14

… expectations that were placed on it this year. With obstacle upon obstacle in their way, the Wolverines captured the CCHA regular season and tournament The envelope please Several Wolverines received awards at…

… the Wolverines took an opportunity to reminisce at the Dekers Blue Line Club's annual postseason banquet. The day was the last chance for the Wolverines' players and fans to say goodbye to the four…

April 09, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 115) • Page Image 14

… the race by default.1 "I was a little bit disappointed in our race," Michigan junior Jenny Bryant said because of the incomplete+ competition. The defaulted victory redeemed the Wolverines after losing…

… to the Spar- tans by .51 seconds last season. . Michigan was in the lead when the+ accident occurred, leaving Bryant happy with how the Wolverines raced.+ "I think we had a pretty strong start," she…

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….U. #4 4 Personal Pizzas 1 topping 4 Pope 12.99 #5 Iazone + 313 oz. Pep 6SW #PARTY TIME 4 Large Pizzas 2 toppings 21.99 #10 (330, 861, Italian) Wings Wolverin lik 79 #9 4 Subs er Pitas + 12 Iire only13…

….99 #10 FAMOUS LATE NIGHT MUNCHER Medium I topping 6.99 OUR COMMITMENT IS TO GIVE GREAT SERVICE, PRODUCT & A SMILE. THANK YOU ANN ARBOR & U OF M FROM SCOT & BILL WOLVERINE PIZZA OWNERS WOLVERINE PIZZA 1141…

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… away. The Wolverines fired a four-day total of 877 and outplayed all contenders by four strokes. They also proved to them- selves that they are one of the better teams in the country. "It was big…

… insurmountable. "I didn't think that we could lose with an eight shot cushion, but we could have," Carras said. "It was not a given. You have to go out there and play." The Wolverines did just that. And judging by…

…- ened from 54 holes to 36. "We played under some extreme weather conditions," Teichert said. "I thought the overall tournament was really pretty tough:' Next week, the Wolverine< will compete at the…

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