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June 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 23) • Page Image 8

…Page 8-Saturday; June 6, 1981-The Michigan Daily Wolverine baseball me- By MARTHA CRALL The Michigan baseball team seems to have th back when it is down. The NCAA Mideast Regional held here in Ann A…

… saw the Wolverines drop the opener to the New 01 double-elimination series. Apparently the setba4 porary one as the batsmen defeated the Universitl Rebels by a 6-2 count the following day. Freshman a…

… five-hitter at the Rebels. On Sunday the Wolverines' backs were still to t two victories to send the series into a final show initial contest pitted Michigan in a return match This time the Wolverines

… turned the tables on New Once again the stars of the day for Michigan time Mark Clinton and Steve Ontiveros teamed up The Wolverines then had the unenviable task o JML …

June 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 23) • Page Image 9

… route to a 10-0 masterpiece. The Wolverines, who had shown warning signs in the previous two games, finally erupted, scoring five runs in the first and never looked back. All-Tournament outfielder and…

… Clutter- buck, who lasted a paltry two-thirds of an inning. Michigan captured the Mideast crown on Memorial Day, 4-0. The ballgame remained scoreless until the sixth frame, when the Wolverines sent four…

… Kevin Degen rifles the ball over sliding Wolverine outfielder Dave Stober. 5. Pitcher Scot Elam clinches the Regional title over Eastern Michigan. s. New Orleans catcher Tim Jamieson waits for the tag as…

… abuse from Wolverine second baseman Jeff Jacobson and outfielder Dan Sygar. Sygar was safe, and the Wolverines went on to capturelthe Big Ten title and a slot in the Regionals. Photos by Paul Engstrom…

June 18, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 145) • Page Image 11

…Monday, June 18, 2007 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com sports@michigandaily.com 734-764-8585 Dumb luck kept Blue from win eROB MIGRIN/Daily Sophomore Zach Putnam and the Wolverines were…

…'s super regional elimination game against Oregon State, it was easy to say the Wolverines obviously weren't one of the best eight teams in the nation. But they didn't lose their shot at the College World…

June 10, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 6) • Page Image 11

… run. To win here toughest I've ever run," he said. "To was a good feel- winherewasagood feeling." , "John ran a very smart and ing, controlled race," said assistant track -Wolverine John coach Ron…

… the Wolverines. Michigan pitcher signs with Brewers FROM STAFF REPORTS game with back-to-back strikeouts Michigan pitcher Mike Ignasiak of Will Clark and Rafael Palmeiro, signed with Milwaukee Brewers…

…. 1winningest pitcher, winning 33 Ignasiak is the second Wolverine games for the Wolverines from from last season's Big Ten regular 1985 to '88. He was the fifth season champion to sign a Michigan…

… was drafted in 1987, in the fourth round, by the St. Louis MEXICAN Cardinals, but turned down their offer to finish out his career with LIKE YOU'VE NEV (the Wolverines. Ignasiak's brother, Gary, was…

… briefly played pro ball, pitching for the Tigers in 1973. La Casita Among "Iggy's" Wolverines de L highlights are his one-hit shutout of , d pe Miami of Ohio in the Wolverines . '87 season opener, a five…

… game, Iggy came out of 20% OFF any meal, by the bullpen to threw seven innings 315 Braun Ct. for Michigan, getting the win for (across from Kerryto the Wolverines. He finished the Just a short wall THE…

…. "All of them were a semifinal loss to LSU in the NCAA big help." tennis tournament was the final "Our seniors lent their experience match for three key Wolverines: Ed to the younger players," said coach…

… performance in the He will compliment his seniors, but NCAA tournament, it seems that he knows that they won't play any anything is possible for Nagel. more matches for the Wolverines. Formerly at Pep…

…'s team features Dar players respectively. Morris scored a Goldberg, the 1988 Big Ten Player- big victory in the LSU match, of-the-Year, and Malivai helping the Wolverines back from an Washington, the…

June 20, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 130) • Page Image 11

… into their conference schedule, the Wolverines were 14-3 and ranked No. 19 in the nation. Just in case you're not a Michigan baseball buff, we're talking about the same team with one NCAA tournament…

… preseason poll - the Wolverines' first preseason recognition since 1998, which was quickly justified. After a successful trip through the South, Michigan came back up north, completing two consecutive weekend…

June 02, 1989 (vol. 99, iss. 4) • Page Image 11

Wolverines lost the Big Ten Championship Playoffs to Illinois in the final on May 20, and bowed to Wichita State in the final game of the NCAA West II regional in Fresno, CA on Monday. In Fresno, the…

Wolverines blew a golden opportunity to make their first College World Series appearance since 1984. They advanced through the winners' bracket by beating Pepperdine, Fresno State, and No. 1 seed Wichita State…

June 01, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 144) • Page Image 39

… stuck in flashback mode, BURKE their mind wandering to Goin' to Work losses at Wisconsin, Illi- April 2, 2004 nois, Iowa, Minnesota and Indiana - games where the Wolverines played so well for so long…

…, only to collapse in the waning moments. But last night, something strange happened: Michigan didn't fold. Instead, the Wolverines tightened up their defense and rediscovered their confidence on offense…

June 05, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 121) • Page Image 13

… battled back from a tournament-opening loss to Minnesota to win four straight and take home the Big Ten conference tourna- ment championship. s The Wolverines have battled all season long. But their final…

… leadoff solo homerun. Then, after senior Jeff Kunkel's single, teammate Doug Pickens gave the Wolverines a 3-2 lead by smacking a two-run shot over the rightfield fence. It was the final time Michigan would…

June 05, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 131) • Page Image 16

… top-10 national finishes in 11 sports. Wolverine teams also compiled eight conference championships throughout the year. The fourth-place finish was the Wol- verines' third-best performance in the 12…

….25. Duke came in fifth with 1021.25 points. 4 Members of the Michigan softball team celebrate after the Wolverines won their first national championship. I 4 4 4 Michigan celebrates its 3-2 win over…

… Iowa for the Big Ten championship (FILE PHOTO). Above: All- s in the Wolverines' match against Ohio State in February (FILE PHOTO). …

June 01, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 126) • Page Image 14

Wolverines kept bat- tling. Leading the his team, Bush kept battling after what coach Geoff Zahn called a "tough loss." Leading off Michigan's lineup in the eighth, up by two runsiWt second game against…

… the year and broke the hits in a single season record. More importantly the two- run dinger gave the Wolverines putting them ahead 4-3. "I just wanted to fight off the off-speed and hopefully get a fast…

June 02, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 140) • Page Image 13

… Stadium after a victory yesterday afternoon. After all, the Wolverines were hosting the NCAA regional. They had already beaten Kentucky a day earlier, so another win over the Wildcats was in their grasp…

… hard. In the end we did everything we could, and it just wasn't quite enough." The night before, the 16th-ranked Wolverines (46-14) lost a heartbreak- ing game against No. 23 Arizona, 4- 3, and were…

June 01, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 123) • Page Image 11

…,000 for the men, as well as the 3,000 steeplechase. Kevin Sullivan will run his last race as a Wolverine on Saturday night when he competes in the 1,500. Brian Theisen will fill out the men's squad, running…

… over 10 seconds behind fourth top-ranked Washington, which claimed fied. its second straight rowing title. Th- in the second-varsity eight race, the Wolverines also finished fifth, with a time of 7…

…:19.70, behind Virginia Washington Brown and Prinetond Te Wolverines' finishi was 8. 50 seconds off of the Cavaliers' first-place mark. In the varsity four, the Wolverines C'1 RI ® U S MEXICAN CAFE eye' Ann Arbor…

… get its first-ever national crown. While the Wolverines didn't bring home a national title this season, they eared many other noteworthy honors. Michigan finished tied for fifth in the nation with a 56…

…-7 record. The final NFCA poll placed them at sixth. The Wolverines finished 22-1 in Big Ten play, 7.5 games ahead of second-place Northwestern. Only a 7-4 loss to Michigan State on April 12th kept Michigan…

… rightfielder homered in the first inning of the regional championship game, eventually sending Michigan to its fourth consecutive Women's College World Series. It was fitting that a home run led the Wolverines

Wolverines in the regular season, but the defense was an integral part in gaining the College World Series berth. Third baseman Pam Kosanke was a vacuum during the Big Ten Tournament, coming up with six…

… delegation to the NCAA Track and Field Championships. On your marks ... get set ... got (to Buffalo) Who: Michigan s ime's and women's track and field Wolverine. His partner in crime,John Mortimer, will teams…

… -- 1.5 seconds t Michigan's varsity four finished behind the Wolverines n the petite finals - the runner-up - giving them a seventh-place fin- w verall. Their time of 7:57.70 in the SU M M ER'S final…

… would have given them h place in the final had they quali- H ER E! e Wolverines were behind Iowa's London $4491 CHARDSON'S Itudent discounts on exams and eyeglasses Great Brands TommyHilfiger Calvin…

June 30, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 143) • Page Image 43

…Orientation Edition 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com MICHIGAN HOCKEY The bad news: You just missed one of the most exciting Michigan hockey seasons in recent memory. The Wolverines, led…

…. A trip to the Frozen Four. None of it was originally expect-a ed, but all of it happened. And then the Wolverines found out they were playing Notre Dame in the NCAA semifinals, a team they beat twice…

June 01, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 144) • Page Image 42

…- By Eric Ambinder cent of the offensive production this "We never really thought we cent in the second half, couldn't Daily Sports Writer season for the Wolverines (2-3, 9-9). would stop her," Mc…

… Michigan's main ingredients Price was the first Wolverine other happens if Jennifer Smith can't the contest. lacking, no other Wolverines were than Smith, Gandy or Pool to score a score? "They were doubling…

… beginning. coach said. BURKE Continued from Page 23 Michigan season in years. But this Michigan team may have accomplished more ina postsea- son NIT than any team ever has. Ina mere two weeks, the Wolverines

… percent from the free throw line. The Wolverines did everything they could in the second half to let Rutgers back into it, and there's no question they looked more like an NIT champion team than ateam that…

… should challenge Duke or Connecticut. But what the Wolverines also looked like was a team that finally came together and finally learned how to win. If that was the only thing that Michigan took from the…

… NIT, then the postseason trip would have been well worth it. But, it obviously wasn't the only thing the Wolverines managed to accomplish at Madison Square Garden. In one five-game postseason run, this…

… how big something like that could be for this team next year, and for this pro- gram in the future. Last night, this team - this program - took a huge step forward. And the Wolverines did so by putting…

June 25, 1912 (vol. 22, iss. 0) • Page Image 3

…, Detroit, at 20 per cent dis- count. Address The Wolverine. WANTED Wanted-Students to sell automobile device during vacation. Profits im- mense. Can easily make en~ough1 to carry you through next term. Tour…

…- ing season opened. Connect with manufacturers. Central Sales Com- pany, Racine, Wis. 3t Subscriptions for the Wolverine are being taken at Cushing's Drug Store, Dad Skinners, and The Daily office. By…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 16

…GE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Cagers Only Sport To Fail in Quest of Big Ten Cr By BILL MULLENDOIIE 1943-44 was just another year as far as Michigan basketball was con- cerned as Coach…

… was estab- lished as one of the Big Ten favorites in pre-season dope. However, the Wolverines got off to a bad start and by the time they straightened out, any chance for a championship was lost. The…

…, 46-44. With a perfect record of three wins in as many outings, the Wolverines went confidently into a two-game series with a powerful Western Michigan quintet and were humbled in both tilts, 48-38 and…

… played his first game as regular center in this tilt and brought much acclaim .for his aggressive backboard tactics. The following night the Wolverines played host to Illinois, Conference champs of the…

… worked for a lost cause. The next week-end, the Wolverines entrained for Purdue and another two-game duel. The first contest went into overtime before the Boiler- makers eked out a 46-44 triumph. Strack…

… 27 points .as the Buckeyes won the first 53-49, and was effectively stopped in the second which Ohio State took 51-37. Wolverines Win Two from Indiana Against Indiana the following week-end, the Maize…

… the second. The hapless Chicago Maroons were the Michigan victims in the next game as the Wolverines poured on a 71-34 drubbing. Oosterbaan's charges closed the season with a surprise 50-45 upset of…

… tally the first points fory Purdue. Chip Warrick then registered three more points to the Wolverine total as he decisioned Bob Armstrong. However, the Boilermakers had a lot at stake in this meet and they…

June 20, 1946 (vol. 56, iss. 163) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TllT'KSDAI, JUNE 20, 1946 ThURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1946 Golfers Tae Mician'sCLone fonerence Championship Schalon, Barclay, C4t'trighI, Elliott Top Wolverines in In…

…-year stretch over which Wolverine teams have cap- tured at least one Big Ten crown as it was the only one brought to Ann Arbor during the 1945-46 season. Co-Favored for Title The Wolverines went into the…

… trailing through the fist half of the tournament, the Wolverines took a one-stroke lead at the three- quarter mark and widened the mar- gin to 17 strokes on the last 18 holes. Key to the victory was not one…

… decisive victory. All four Wolverines hit their stride on the final round with a pair of 73's and a pair of 74's among them. Michigan's play over the season was not as impressive as it was in the tourney…

… State, the Wolverines rang up an impressive 24-3 win and followed with a decisive victory over Wayne, both matches being played on the University course. Journeying down to Columbus, the Wolverines had…

… their embryonic winning streak cut short by the Buckeyes, 19/2 to 7%/2, but bounced back to smother Detroit, 25% to 1%, and then upset the high- flying Northwestern golfers, 14-13. The Wolverines seemed…

… the University course, the Wolverine golfers settled down to defeat Purdue and then avenge their earlier loss to Ohio State with a decisive 18-6 victory. A win over Detroit brought the schedule to a…

… opposition of the season kulich, who oarned his freshman in handing the Wolverines their first numerals in 1942, held down the Big Ten set-back, 6-3. Turning in number two position while Fred Wel- one of their…

Wolverines AlcClusky Is Campus Champ on the Ferry Field Courts. Dean McClusky, wiinner of the Come From Behind 1l,46 all-campus tennis tourney, per- I Michigan came from behind, scor- foimed ably in the number…

June 30, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 143) • Page Image 45

… Vanderbilt to win an NCAA regional last year, the Wolverines were one of six regional hosts this year. The future looks bright for Michigan's oldest varsity sport. 33 'M' bounced in A2 Regional Alan Oaks…

… celebrates with teammates after his 10th-inning homer helped Michigan upset No.1 Vanderbilt in a reginnal last year Miracle in the Music City By ANDY REID three straight Wolverine batters. Daily Sports Writer…

… responded with made to the Wolverines before "Gold!," Price and the Commo- their improbable 4-3 upset of No. 1 dores appeared destined for vic- Vanderbilt to win their first NCAA tory. Regional since 1984…

… change the would completely shave his head. course of Michigan baseball histo- And after the Wolverines exhil- ry with one swing ofthe batagainst arating win over the top-ranked the best pitcher in the…

… Lake native put the took his place on the mound. And barrel on the ball and sent a shot he showed what all the hype was over the wall in left center. The about by quickly taking care of Wolverines

… would be charging onto the field at Ray Fisher Stadium after a victory yes- terday afternoon. After all, the Wolverines were hosting the NCAA regional. They had already beaten Kentucky a day earlier, so…

…. "I don't have any regrets. We played hard. In the end we did everything we could, and it just wasn't quite enough." The night before, the 16th- ranked Wolverines (46-14) lost a heartbreaking game…

… against No. 23 Arizona, 4-3, and were pushed into the loser's bracket. No. 24 Kentucky (44-18 overall) then eliminated the Wolverines from the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats didn't waste time tearing apart…

…-year senior Leif Mahler had an RBI double in the fifth to pull the Wolverines within three "In the dugout, we thought we had a chance," Abrahamsaid. "They just came up with some good plays on us. You need to…

… have breaks in this tournament, and we definitely didn't get any breaks." Michigan had chances to close the gap even more, putting run- ners on base every inning. But the Wolverines also left men on base…

June 09, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 141) • Page Image 11

… this way. All year, the Wolverines' expec- tations were high. Painted on the dark blue walls of their locker room in maize let- tering is "One team goal." Next to it, "Omaha," the site of the College…

… World Series. All season, the Wolverines tried to live up to the expectation of exceeding last year's super regional appearance. That meant Omaha. But they didn't even make it out of Ann Arbor. Although…

Wolverines to feel like underdogs. They will next year. Junior Zach Putnam was selected by Cleveland in the fifth round of the R Club Wolverine gears up for Olympic trials By RYAN A. PODGES Daily Sports…

… Writer Most students think of summer break as a time to let their bodies relax and ease their minds. But the only mission of the 62 members of Club Wolverine, Michi- gan'sprofessionaland post-graduate swim…

June 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 11) • Page Image 17

…SPORTS Friday, June 1, 1984 The Michigan Daily Page 17 Wolverines to clash with Titans By ROB POLLARD Anything can happen. It's a cliche most coaches pull out when asked how their team will do in…

… up to zero." "Any team that is out there has a chance," added Middaugh. The experts are giving the Titans more of a chance than the Wolverines. Fullerton is ranked third, while Michigan is ranked…

… Wednesday's 4-3 Wolverine win over Central Michigan. Michigan took the Mideast regional in three straight games to earn its fourth trip to the College World Series in five years. RAIN SENDS WOLVERINES TO…

… VIDEO ARCADE BEFORE FINAL TRIUMPH 'M' batsmen cash in Chips, 4-3 w By ROB POLLARD In between playing video games and going to movies, the Michigan Wolverines did what they went to Mt. Pleasant to do…

… three days of rain-outs. "It was very frustrating." The Wolverines passed most of the free time created by rain-outs by drop- ping quarters into slots rather than bunts down the third-base line. "We…

… say. Ken Hayward's two-out, two-run double to left center knocked in the tie- breaking runs and the Wolverines got four more in the inning for an 8-2 win. Hayward also got the win in relief, raising his…

… record to8-2. On Wednesday against Central Michigan the Wolverines found them- selves trailing after eight innings, 3-2. Starter Kamieniecki was hurt by the longball; two of the Chippewas three runs came…

… Fisher at first allowing the tying and winning runs to score, and emptying the Wolverines dugout onto the field in a state of ecstasy. …

June 14, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 16) • Page Image 12

…SPORTS Page 12 Tuesday, June 14, 1983 The Michigan Daily NATIONAL CHAMPION TEXAS ELIMINATES WOLVERINES 'M' batsmen finish third in Series KERSEWORDS BY JOHN KERR Ak-Sar-Ben? .. . They sure spell…

… of the series one fat reporter (about 350 pounds) from Tulsa kept griping that the Wolverines played inferior competition in their regional. He added that if Michigan had played in a region with Texas…

… Middaugh impressed nearly everyone with his professionalism and class. The Wolverine coach never once saida bad word about anything, at times bending over backward to be helpful. Michigan is lucky to have…

… Michigan baseball history came to a close late Friday night when the Wolverines fell to eventual national champion Texas, 4-2, in College World Series action at Omaha's Rosenblatt Stadium. Texas defeated…

…' third starting pitcher. "I THOUGHT he threw a very strong ball game," the fourth-year Wolverine coach said. "He was very competitive. He was an outstanding pit- cher until they got the lead. When they…

… got the lead he became a great pitcher." Texas also scored all of its runs in the fifth in- ning, but unfortunately for the Wolverines they came on a grand slam homer of starting pitcher Scott…

June 06, 1978 (vol. 88, iss. 24) • Page Image 15

Wolverines would need a liberal dose of good for- tune as well as some top notch perfor- mances on the track in order to finish among the top ten at last weekend's NCAA Outdoor Championships. THE WAY things…

… turned out at the three-day extravaganza in Eugene, Ore., the Wolverines' luck was all bad, and their performances weren't much better. With a disappointing total of four points, Harvey's 11-man contingent…

June 06, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 128) • Page Image 12

… tough jams. The tournament started on a better note for the Wolverines. It began against unranked DePaul (45-21) on Thursday. Ritter went the distance, striking out 12 batters and scattering 3 hits on her…

… Desert Clas- sic. The then-No.t-ranked Bruins defeated the Wolverines by a 3-0 margin. The finals are a best-of- three series format. "We can still win - we can still win the tournament," Hutchins said…

June 01, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 144) • Page Image 13

… pinch-run- ner Shoney Hixson took off for home. Milian's throw was almost perfect, but a bad hop took Wolverines' catcher Monica Schock off of the base path. The slight misfortune ensured that Hixson…

… sure she got around the tag. It was a great play, and it just didn't happen for us."R x It was Michigan's second heartbreaking loss of r the tournament. The Wolverines were defeated 3- 2 in a 13-inning…

June 02, 2003 (vol. 114, iss. 139) • Page Image 40

…-changing. With eight con- expecting to win. secutive wins, Michigan State had thoroughly dominated the Wolverines But this year, Michigan not only went into the Michigan State game at in all facets of the game…

… over the past five seasons. 5-0 in the Big Ten, it went in overflowing with confidence. The Wolver- But yesterday afternoon, the Wolverines not only extended their cur- ines weren't just hoping to play…

June 02, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 19) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, June 2, 1981-Page 15" Award-winning tracksters close out regular season ,. , F Bruce, Harvey lauded as men win By JOE CHAPELLE The Wolverine tracksters continued their…

…'s skipper, Jack Barvey, was named CCC Coach of the Year. JOHN NEILSON started the contest off on the right foot for the Wolverines Friday by taking first in the shotput with his heave of 59'5". Philip Wells…

…, P.another Michigan' shot-putter, took third in the event with his toss of 55' 51/". Saturday, James Ross kept the momentum going for the Wolverines by placing first in the long jump with a leap of 24…

… meters, Bruce claimed another first place for the Wolverines with a time of 21.13. Michigan locked up the top four places in the 5,000-meter run. Gerard Donakowski led the pack of Wolverines as he crossed…

… ago, Eriksson finished first in the discus at the Big Ten Championships also held at East Lansing. There was one dark spot for the Wolverines, however. Although the 400- meter relay team of Ross, Derek…

…. The Wolverines will go on to round out their season at the NCAA cham- By JOHN FITZPA TRICK Penny Neer became the first All- American in Michigan women's track history at the AIAW track champion- ships…

…, tiring seasons. This meet marked the end of the out- door season for Michigan, the most successful season the women tracksters have enjoyed since the team's inception four years ago. The Wolverines placed…

Wolverines qualified to compete at the meet. Ross will compete in the long jump while high jumper Dave Lugin will try for the NCAA crown in his specialty. Shelby Johnson isqualified in the intermediate hurdles…

June 01, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 139) • Page Image 12

…-large bid by winning the con- ference tournament. But instead, the Hawkeyes knocked the Wolverines out of contention, ending their season. "We were right in it today," Dufek said. "(I) thought we were going…

… not retire a batter before Kyle Knudson singled, sending home the winning run. The Wolverines had no time to dwell on the heartbreaking loss, though, as they had a rematch with Iowa the next day…

June 06, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 114) • Page Image 4

…- On Women's Tennis gan women's tennis team may be the exception, though. This year's team won a Big Ten title, but time after time couldn't win on the big stage. Despite the title, the Wolverines could…

… team over self, and in turn, individual success occurs. But come crunch time, the team faltered. After losing just once in the Big Ten season, the Wolverines won their fourth-straight Big Ten title, and…

… reliable pair faltered, losing in straight sets. Though the Bruins were a very strong and capable team, this was a shocking upset. The Wolverine pair throughout the season cited their success based on…

… eventual champion, Nicole Gibbs of Stanford. Yurovsky gave Gibbs arguably her toughest match of the tournament, though. The Wolverines have a lot to look forward to in Yurovsky. If there's one thing to know…

June 09, 1983 (vol. 93, iss. 14) • Page Image 16

… away as the Michigan baseball team lost, 6-5, to Alabama Tuesday night. The defeat put the Wolverines one loss away from elimination in the College World Series. Michigan faced Stanford, which also has…

… one loss, last night. Three Wolverine errors and other fielding miscues gave Alabama four unearned runs and a 6-0 lead after three-and-a half innings. But Michigan fought back and made the score 6…

…-5 going to the bottom of the ninth. Crim- son Tide reliever Tim Meacham retired the first two batters in the inning and got two strikes on Ken Hayward before the Wolverine first basemen ripped a single to…

… didn't want to hear any of that. We're very fortunate to come out with a win. INDEED, WITHOUT the aid of a few Wolverine gifts, the Tide may have found itself trailing instead of leading in the late…

… inning when Dave Magadan, who went three-for-four, knocked in Ted McClendon. McClendon had singled wolverines s winning in fifth and advanced to second base with the help of a passed ball by Michigan cat…

June 30, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 143) • Page Image 44

…321 Orientation Edition 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com MICHIGAN SOFTBALL Michigan softball is arguably one of the most dominant teams on campus. The Wolverines have gone to JM lo se s…

… fun one. By RUTH LINCOLN Daily Sports Writer May 27, 2008 - When Michigan coach Carol Hutchins walked into the postgame, press conference fol- lowing the Wolverines' 1-0 and 6-1 NCAA super regional…

… Virginia Tech runs later. And why after taking game one 1-0 on Saturday in a tight pitchers' duel between Taylor and Virginia Tech's All-American senior Angela Tincher, the Wolverine defense fal- tered and…

… final game was out of reach. But that still left four Michigan starters hitless in the three-game series, including senior slugger Samantha Findlay. Findlay hoped to lead the No. 4- seeded Wolverines (52…

… theyctook us awful close." And Michigantyinga season-higb four errors in its 1-0loss in game two didn't help the cause either. The Wolverines' defense was nearly flawless in Saturday's win, but the…

… upset the powerhouse Michigan. Tincher pitched all three games, allowing just two runs in 19 innings and struck out 15 Mich- igan batters in game two, the most the Wolverines have been struck out in a…

June 18, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 133) • Page Image 11

….m. Along with 14 other nation- al champion squads from across the nation, the Wolverines waited in line until they were permitted to enter the building. The team then received a brief tour of the East Wing…

…. "We were like 'Whoa, there he is.' " The Wolverines were the last team in the "Big Ten room," but they weren't shortchanged when it came to sharing face time with the president. While Bush briefly…

June 01, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 144) • Page Image 41

Wolverines would win faceoffs, control the puck and outshoot their oppo- nents. That was their formula for success Saturday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament when Michigan cruised past host New…

… overwhelmed by a more talented opponent. Michigan held 1-0 and 2-1 leads, but in the end, the Eagles' unyielding pressure was too much for the Wolverines. Forward Patrick Eaves tied the score with less than…

June 03, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 125) • Page Image 50

… opponent riad beaten the Wolverines just two years ago in the same game. But they will remember that these women were the leaders and the best. Led by senior goaltender Maureen Tasch and a great all…

…'s sport. "I'm happy to bring another one home for the Wolverines," Michigan coach Marcia Pankratz said. "Men's programs, women's programs, rev- enue, non-revenue, it doesn't matter. We're just really proud…

June 30, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 143) • Page Image 42

…30 Orientation Edition 2008 S ,. The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com MICHIGAN BASKETBALL Last season was a rough one for first-year coach John Beilein and his Wolverines. In his first season at…

… night ugly? A Harvard, that has beaten just 18 major conference teams in the program's 96 seasons. A Harvard, that lost 82-50 to the Wolverines last year and was picked to finish sixth of eight Ivy a…

June 11, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 144) • Page Image 11

…. The Wolverines couldn't match the run in the bottom of the inning and fell 1-0 in the first game of the Corval- lis Super Regional. With the heartbreaking loss, Michigan's season and College World…

Wolverines hitless until a leadoff single by sophomore short- stop Jason Christian in the fourth inning. But after advancing to sec- ond on a two-out balk, Christian and the Wolverines couldn't capi- talize on…

… ground ball can be awarded to top-notch drastically, making it easy for the starting talent from the mound infielders to locate the ball and - Wolverine sophomore Zach execute a throw to first base. Putnam…

… the game. We just have to find some balls that we can drive out." Finding those pitches is a task much easier said than done. Both the Wolverines and the Beavers sat deep in the infield, aided by the…

June 03, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 5) • Page Image 11

…-4 loss to Head coach Bud Middaugh's team Texas in Austin. The Wolverines was knocked out of the tournament finished the season with a 48-19 after going 2-2 in four games that kecord. were decided by a…

… total of five runs. Texas third baseman Craig The Wolverines began the regional Newkirk, the Central Regional's Friday by beating New Orleans, 6-4, Most Valuable Player, hit Mike Ig- on Steve Finken's two…

June 01, 1977 (vol. 87, iss. 20) • Page Image 15

…ednesday, June 1, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY LIMINATED FROM NCAA'S: a k gional play - and stroked four. of those safeties against Michi- igan pitching. Wolverines Mike Parker and Rick Leach were voted…

… sophomore centerfielder went eight for fourteen at the plate and had a good defensive series, including a fine running catch against the Aggies. Leach finished the season as the Wolverines' top hitter with a…

Wolverine pair 2-6, 7-6, to knock them out of the AA tournament in Athens, orgia. Plock and Curren had beat- t Etereek and Shaufler in dual meet earlier in the ason, then duplicated the at last Monday as…

… game for the Wolverines. After start-, er Craig McGinnis walked the Perry for two runs in the third and then erupted for seven runs in the eighth inning off Perry, Steve Howe and Tom Owens to break open…

… victory over Oklahoma, the Wolverines managed only four hits off Sooner hurler Scott Gardner, but picked up- five runs in the first inning and held on to defeat the Sooners - af- ter losing to the Big…

… against four defeats. Michigan finished with a 2-2 record on the tournament. Af- ter Sooner ace Mark Nipp best- ed Michigan southpaw Steve Howe Saturday, the Wolverines came back in a must-win situ- ation…

June 29, 2011 (vol. 143, iss. 143) • Page Image 10

… remember your roots,' " Kampfer said. a Kampfer intends to bring the celebrated trophy around Ann Arbor and to Yost Ice Arena - his old stomping ground. Kampfer left the Wolverines only one year ago. He…

… recruit, he admits that nothing prepared him for life in the National Hockey League as much as playing for Berenson and the Wolverines. He maintains that one of the most underrated aspects of play- ing for…

… for him as a Wolverine - they were set high for all of his team- mates - because Berenson and his assistants really wanted everyone to succeed, and they pushed him to improve. They helped build him into…

…'s future was uncertain. But before he left, Sapp recom- mended to the Athletic Depart- ment that they promote Whitten, citing the impact he had on the Wolverines' improvement over the last five years. Sapp…

… hired nine years ago, the Wolverines' ascent to the top of the rankings acceler- ated with the hiring of Whitten. He has helped build Michigan into a dominant force. With Whitten as an assistant, the…

Wolverines have received a bid to the NCAA Regional in the last four seasons, even winning the program's first team regional title this past year. Michigan advanced to the NCAA Championships and finished in…

… nothing displays how valuable Whitten has been to the Wolverines more than his appearance as a finalist over the past two years for the Jan Strick- land Award, which is presented to the top assistant coach…

… group and managing the program on a day-to-day basis. The Wolverines will also not have to worry about adjusting to a new coaching style. While Whitten might make some minor adjust- ments, he coaches very…

… the Wolverines an added boost in recruiting top-tier golfers. "I can't wait to get the boys back in the fall and get started as soon as possible," Whitten said. …

June 01, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 144) • Page Image 14

… Championships, the Michigan women's crew team can finally look back at its early season struggles and smile. But on April 17, the day they suffered a shocking loss to Michigan State, the Wolverines were far from…

… the finals, respectively. By Josh Holman In the first varsity eight race, the Wolverines' boat finished Daily Sports Writer with a flourish and caught three boats in the final 750 meters. "Our design is…

… to get faster as the race goes on," junior LANSING - Brett Sickler, who was on the boat, said. "But this time we Wolverine catche started our sprint with 750 meters to go instead of 500 to to forgo his…

… just went for it." told him he'd be The Wolverines' second varsity eight boat used the oppo- ing ace Mark Pr site strategy in its race, jumping out to a lead at 1,000 meters. called you crazy. It crossed…

… was a possibility of me going to Day- tona Beach and playing high A ball, but I wouldn't want it now," Fox said. "I got a chance to go back to (Michigan) and watch the Wolverines play a game against…

… job by them." While the Wolverine deficit con- tinued to grow, the Michigan bats sat idle. It wasn't until the fifth inning that Carroll yielded a base runner. The following inning, soph- omore second…

… baseman Chris Getz A Non-Insurance Medical Savings Program the Wolverines by going with Car- hit a two-run homer to bring his As low as $85.° monthly roll on short rest after he shut down team to within…

…. .................................... ' O MI OTT15 A DNS (734)L663-9001 i the Wolverines the rest of the way, ending the Wolverines season. Perhaps the highlight of tourna- ment for Michigan came from the play of a pair.of youngsters in…

June 01, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 177) • Page Image 4

… creditable manner. Sargent and Schmitz will again top the sticks in the hurdle events for the Wolverines. This will also be Sar- gent's last meet, and Michigan loses another good point winner by his de…

…- parture. Hoffman will represent the Wolverines in the javelin throw. He broke the Conference record in last year's meet, and it is expected he will have the honor of breaking his own record this year and…

…. Paddock is the most effective hurler the Wolverines -have batted against this year. Tuesday's encounter at Notre Dame was disastrious for Micigan as the Wolverine nine continued its batting slump, 'nd…

… and sink the Wolverines in third place, a lower, position than Michigan has occupied at any time since its re-entrance into the Confer- ence. Liverance will probably hurl for Michigan, while Captain…

June 14, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 140) • Page Image 12

…Monday, June 14, 2010 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Five Wolverines selected in2010 MLB Draft By ZAK PYZIK Daily Sports Writer After the 2010 Major League Base- ball Draft last Monday…

…-Wednesday, one thing became clear - the Michi- gan baseball team will face a tall task next year. Five Wolverines were chosen in the MLB Draft, with three having anoth- er year of eligibility remaining. Junior…

… 5.06 ERA. "Matt Miller is a late riser," Malo- ney said. "A lot of times in pro base- ball, they hope some players emerge (later) in their career. Miller may do that." The Wolverine senior class also…

… but it is going to have to get better. And so will Chris." The Seattle Mariners picked Bur- goon, who was the Wolverines' closer. The right-hander recorded 10 saves this season, and was named Second…

… program since five Wolverines were also selected in 2008. "It's great to have five players draft- ed for our program," Maloney said. "That means that our guys are making some improvements and that our guys…

June 13, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 129) • Page Image 11

…." Burnett and Dontrelle Willis. He also spiraling downward. The Wolverines Perhaps Getz's trip will be a bit easier finds comfort in the familiar faces, finished 28-28 in 2001 and then 21-32 than the lonely…

…'s Class for his senior season, the six draftees ball draft. Seven Wolverines were taken A affiliate in Kannapolis, N.C. will leave the team with gaping holes, in all, matching the program's previous Two…

… happy that I was Jeff Niemiec to fill those spots. Junior second baseman Chris Getz was the first Wolverine chosen in last week's Major League Baseball first-year player draft, going to the Chicago…

June 28, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 8) • Page Image 16

… always learns and Maceo's going to be great." Ndiaye also acknowledges that the uus y, Junle L, 7 The Tarheels practice together every night. The Wolverines practice two days a week. players have to take…

… does not have to be a junior or senior to do it. In addition, the Wolverines have to put this past year and all their differ- ences behind them. On a trip to North Carolina, Ndiaye witnessed what a…

June 09, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 7) • Page Image 10

… Grand Rapids 7s (a short- ened, down-scaled summer version of rugby)Tournament,only to lose to the Grand Rapids A-team, 36-7. Wolverine Kirk Paluska scored early, within the first minute of play. Things…

… line in the initialmatchuprun- ning 40yards for the Wolverine's only try.CaptainMarkNemeckickedinthe two-point conversion. "Our youthfulathleticismcouldn't subdue theirelderly guile,"Michigan's Tom…

… Warburton said. In the Michigan State game, Pat Muscat and Deron Albright led the 1 Wolverines in a futile effort, scoring one try each. "Michigan State played a lot more aggressively and ran faster," Zimmer…

…, scoring the first try, with Sean Knight connecting for the con- By JAESON ROSE version. Wolverine Brett Peck inter- DAILY SPORTS WRITER cepted a pass and ran for an easy try. Most peoplew Knightmade the…

…." Holdren is still ironing out acon- tract with the Rockies. He batted .270, belted four home runs, and knocked in 17 runners, seeing time in 21 of the Wolverines' 50 games. Holdren felt the knee injury that…

June 25, 1975 (vol. 85, iss. 35) • Page Image 15

… We-dnesday, June 25, 197/5 THE micHIGAN DAILY Page Fifteen vv; J 2 PICKS UP TIPS FOR WOLVERINE DEKERS Farrell learns Michigan head hockey coach vestigate and study various pro hockey pl Dan…

… our hands." garded Russian hockey pro- philosophies involved." WHILE FAR gram, said he picked up a few T H E WOLVERINE coach, the rigorous ideas and training methods that whose world travels have also…

… niques of the might help the Wolverines in carried him to Rhodesia where emphasized the their pre-season training this he taught for several years, with off thei fall. compared the Russian system to drills…

… off. Farrell said that he collected about 70 to 80 different drills that he could use specifically to train his Wolverine netminders. Finally, Farrell said that the Russians' general systems of play…

… and strategy's could be beneficial to the Wolverines next season. 'They use certain systems in games," he stated. "Systems of play, systems of forecheck- ing, systems of defensive play that aren't too…

June 30, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 141) • Page Image 12

…'t been and picked in the second round by players drafted last Thursday night in selected. the Boston Celtics. "Harris is a high- the 2010 NBA Draft. Harris left the Wolverines after his scoring combo guard…

… playing basketball," Harris said. "Whatever route I have to take to get there, that's my final destination, is to be in the NBA, whatever route it is." SAM WOLSON/Daily Ex-Wolverine forward Deshawn Sims…

… signed a summer contract with the Celtics. *1 I CLIFF REEDER/Daily Former Wolverine guard Manny Harris signed a summer contract with the Cavaliers. …

June 14, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 128) • Page Image 14

… winning most of its games last season the Wolverines also succeeded in picking up a lot of post season awards. Former co-captain Traci Conrad led the way with five citations. She won her third consecutive…

… Kollen was named All-American second team second baseman. Both were also all-Big Ten first team selections at the respective positions. All three Wolverines also made the all- Great Lakes Region first team…

… catcher and at the designated player position. Barda pitched to a 22-4 record and a 1.12 ERA to lead the Wolverine pitching See AWARDS, Next Page Former co-captain Traci Conrad led the Michigan softball…

June 19, 1987 (vol. 96, iss. 7) • Page Image 10

… organization around these days in drafted in the first round of the NHL the NHL. They like to keep their entry draft. players in college so they can A long line of Wolverines from improve and get a degree. They…

… the NHL, but none in school and continue playing have received Deasley's early under Berenson's tutelage for the accolades. next three years. IN 1978 the Wolverines contri - "There's a long life after…

… buted six players to the draft - hockey," Deasley said. "With the more than any other college team, degree I get at Michigan, when I get In 1980 Wolverine Murray Eaves, out of hockey I can get out and…

June 02, 1945 (vol. 55, iss. 162) • Page Image 3

… Sixth Straight Victory By RUTH ELCONIN Teeing-off against Western Mich- igan today at the University golf course in the final match of the seas- on, the Wolverine linksmen will be shooting for their sixth…

…'s Confer- ence tournament when the Maize and Blue squad placed third coming be- hind Ohio State and Northwestern respectively. In the 1944 NCAA meet at the Inverness Country Club in Toledo, Wolverine

… play a doubleheader against Purdue today in a series which could see the Wolverines again don the Big Ten crown for the second straight year. The powerful Maize and Blue squad, in winning 17 straight…

… the Boilermakers, they will gain undisputed possession of the title, having won six and losing won. This series resembles last year's Purdue contetts, when the Wolverines down- ed them twice and took…

… over the top spot in the Conference. After- surg-ing over the Western WOLVERINE MAINSTAYS--Bill Nelson, rightfielder, Red Louthen, seeking his fourth conference win today; and Dominic Tomasi, second…

… baseman; are all figuring in the Purdue game today, where the Maize and Blue may clinch the Big Ten crown. IN HUMES' SHOES: Parsons To Uphold Wolverine - the IPUh44 Distance Laurels Next Season v…

… With the departure of Michigan's distance medley relay in the Penn nationally famous Hume twins, Relay Carnival. His best time in Wolverine traditional strength in the the mile was 4:24.1, which was turn…

June 02, 1944 (vol. 54, iss. 150) • Page Image 18

… overtake Jens- wold's commanding lead: Marcellus Is Runner-Up Phil Marcellus, Wolverine captain all year and only civilian player, was runner-up for individual honors as he carded a 155, including a 79 on…

… round, carding an 84, but came back to knock nine strokes off his morning score. Paul O'Hara was the fifth Wolverine player and shot a 79 and 81 for 160, but although his score was lower than several…

… workouts that the Wolverines ob- tained the fine coordination they displayed at the conference meet. The Wolverines opened the season with an overwhelming 18-0 victory over the University of Detroit Titans…

…-6 setback. Broncos Swamped For the second week in a row the Wolverines were on the road and following a 25-2 victory over West- ern Michigan traveled to South Bend and received their second and last defeat of…

… Conference tennis race, that in a few words sums up the success of the' Wolverine netters for the past sea- son under the guidance of Coach Le- roy Weir. The Maize and Blue concluded the recent campaign with a…

…- tle for the championship settled itself into a two-way fight between Michi- gan and Ohio State. Michigan Wins Four Titles Individual Wolverine champion- ships were racked up in three singles flights…

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