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August 13, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 152) • Page Image 45

… (the first) period, we Senior T.J. Hensick talks to reporters following the Wolverines' second-straight season-ending loss to North Dakota. started taking penalties," Michigan senior captain Matt…

… penalties wouldn't have made a difference. The Wolverines scored two goals in the first minute of both the first and second periods, jumping out to 2-0 and 5-4 leads, respectively. When asked after the game…

… forced the senior, who had already scored two goals, to watch all but the final two minutes of his final game from the penalty box. It also robbed him of a chance at being the first Wolverine to score 70…

… of its maize-clad fans, No. 7 Michigan held onto its 2-1 advantage to beat No. 6 Michi- gan State last night for its sixth con- secutive win. It was the Wolverines second straight victory over their…

… intrastate rival. Michigan had been winless in its previous nine matches with the Spartans. After surrendering the game's opening goal, the Wolverines responded with two power-play tal- lies to surge ahead…

…-game winning streak is Sauer's career best and the longest for the Wolverines since they won 12 straight during the 2004-05 season. BEN SIMON/Daily Senior T.J. Hensick scored what proved to be the game…

August 13, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 152) • Page Image 47

…The Michigan Daily - Orientation Edition 2007 35 Wolverines best top-ranked Vanderbilt By ANDY REID Daily Sports Writer June 5, 2007 - NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Michigan baseball coach Rich Maloney just…

… got a new haircut - and there isn't much hair left. That's because of a promise he made to the Wolverines before their improbable 4- 3 upset of No. 1 Vanderbilt to win their first NCAA Regional since…

… erupted as Price took his place on the mound. And he showed what all the hype was about by quickly taking care of three straight Wolverine batters. As the game entered extra innings, the Vanderbilt…

…-0, Oaks took a swing at Price's next fastball. The White Lake native put the barrel on the ball and sent a shot over the wall in left center. The Wolverines exploded out of the dugout, crowding around home…

…'s spectacular catch near the top of the outfield wall for the second out helped earn redshirt sophomore Michael Powers the save. The Wolverines victory prompted a bench- clearing, hat…

August 14, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 130) • Page Image 14

… once again added youth to its roster. But this time, it's in the coaching department. After employing first-year coach Aman- la Augustus on July 6th, the Wolverines recently announced the hiring of…

… always knew when her play- ing career ended that she wanted to be a coach; she just had no idea it would be at Michigan. It's clear why she is so excited about becoming a part of the Wolverine program…

… national recognition. Michigan proved it could beat up on less- er competition last year, going a remark- able 16-3 against unranked teams. On the flip side, the Wolverines also showed they weren't quite…

August 12, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 134) • Page Image 11

… Michigan in the Big House, Williams could have another talented, trash-talking sopho- more staring him in the face. Michigan cornerback Marlin Jackson draws comparisons to former Wolverine and Heisman Trophy…

… offseason of unexpected losses with the departure of Mike Cammalleri and Mike Komisarek, the Michigan hockey team received some good news last week. Forward Andrew Ebbett has decided to join the Wolverines

… with such play- ers. Both Cammalleri and sophomore forward Milan Gajic played in Cana- dian junior hockey programs before joining the Wolverines. Michigan defensive end Shantee Orr designed a practice…

… shirt for I know, in our hearts, we can have the best secondary in the country." Washington's offense wasn't the prob- lem against Michigan last year, however. The Wolverines held the Huskies with- out…

… from Michigan. That game started a string of heart- breaking and pride-piercing losses for the Wolverines, who lost to rivals Ohio State and Michigan State in the same season for the first time since…

… 1987 and suffered their worst bowl defeat in pro- gram history, a 28-point loss to Ten- nessee in the Citrus Bowl. Michigan defensive lineman Shantee Orr made sure the Wolverines didn't for- get about…

August 06, 2001 (vol. 116, iss. 75) • Page Image 14

…14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, August 6, 2001 PLAYING WITH FIRE Former Wolverine Stacey Thomas returns home with with Portland By Benjamin Singer * Daily Sports Editor AUBURN HILLS - Michigan…

… coming off the bench. Her role, in one respect, is the same as it was here, defensive specialist." Thomas made her mark as a tena- cious defensive player as a Wolverine. She won the first-ever Big Ten…

…, can get steals for us." "That's something she's got to h Thomas is one of two former get to be really successful on this Wolverines in the WNBA, with the level, she can't just take it to 1998 Michigan…

… better in the offseason." that some other Wolverines will be Although she doesn't start, Thomas playing alongside those two in the is proud of her contributions to the WNBA someday soon. team. As someone…

… started Michigan. One of those Wolverines she off with getting a lot of steals and watched from the stands was WNBA checking the toughest player on the hopeful Anne Thorius. other team." Thorius, who was…

…, who spe several signs during the game in support. "Everyone's talking about Blue' and 'Go Wolverines,' so it nice. I had alot of fun." MARJORIE MARSHAL Stacey Thomas (left) tries to drive against…

August 13, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 152) • Page Image 46

…Guire's hand has five fingers. And, after the Wolverines won the Big Ten championship at Indiana University Golf Course yesterday, McGuire now has five consecutive championship rings to fit snugly on each of…

… those digits. Junior Erin Webster, who has led the Wolverines all year, finished as the top team runner in five events and won four events overall. Yesterday, she asserted herself immediately and stuck…

August 14, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 130) • Page Image 13

… jobs on the right-side of the line were still up for grabs at the beginning of the Wolverines' summer camp last week. Michigan suffered a rash of injuries along the offensive line last season, starting…

… five unique combinations of players in 12 games. All that shuf- fling upfront a year ago means the Wolverines enter the 2006 campaign with a number of experienced players competing for those last two…

August 16, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 154) • Page Image 15

… fresh. known to be fast and hard-hitting. That said, the Michigan's linebackers are the deepest unit on the defense and Conventional wisdom would tell you that superior size and talent of the Wolverines

… plug up the middle and let Mich- Wolverine's opener against Miami (Ohio) - a igan's playmakers run to the ball. team that has been overlooked ever since quar- MICHIGAN PASSING DEFENSE VS. MIAMI PASS…

… defense. The fact is these receivers are in a different league than the RedHawk's defensive backs (and not just because they play in the MAC). The potential problem for the Wolverine's passing game is that…

…. MIAMI RUSHING DEFENSE: The Wolverines will have new starters at center and right tackle, as well asa new starting tailback in David Underwood. However, Michigan might get off to a slow start with all the…

… moving Guiterrez the ball down the field. Michigan's pass defense only surrendered five passing touchdowns before being torched for four more by USC. The Wolverines look to improve on last year…

…, an upset isn't totally out of the question. It isn't exactly likely either. Miami might catch the Wolverines looking ahead to their September-11th meeting with Notre Dame. Michigan is notoriously tough…

… championship the Wolverines dropped their first two Carr games to Notre Dame and Syracuse. Advantage: Michigan. MICHIGAN 34, MIAMI 17 LINEMEN Continued from Page 14 only returning starter, will book end the…

August 01, 2005 (vol. 115, iss. 136) • Page Image 11

… would have been better off suiting up for the Wolverines next season. "Like so many kids that I see leaving early, I think (Montoya) still had some things to prove at the college level this year…

…'s Billy Sauer." While Berenson cannot confirm which prospect will join the Wolverines next year until after he has signed, Montoya's indication is likely accurate. The 17-year-old Sauer is a member of the…

… of college eligibility. Montoya posted a goals against average of 2.52 as a Wolverine last season. tional concern is the possible departure of other NHL draftees. In Saturday's NHL Draft, two of…

… year's Biletnikoff award the April draft after finishing his Wolverine winner - has yet to sign a contract with the career with 195 tackles, nine interceptions Cleveland Browns. Xtarge Pizza Other g…

August 14, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 130) • Page Image 15

… more experience lead- ing a team on the court at the point guard position. With the graduation of Daniel Horton, the Wolverines will need Smith next season to step up into the vacated role at starting…

Wolverine players, but it will also help those playing for other Big Ten schools. For some, the chance to see a different part of the world is the most exciting. "I heard the girls are good look- ing," Doyle…

August 16, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 154) • Page Image 14

… Underwood - how whether the Wolverines defend their the Wolverines will fill holes on the Big Ten championship and contend for a national title. Michigan has experience on the offensive line with three…

… actually be a strength for the Wolverines. "We've got great competition at the tackle position," Lentz said. "Jake Long's health is very good. He's going to be something special. But, we've got Stenavich…

August 09, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 153) • Page Image 15

… since their 1997 alternate captain his junior year Wolverines are the before donning the 'C' during his this year. Ohio Sta final season in a Wolverine uniform. second and third, r He made three trips to…

… the Wolverines would almost exclusively rely on the running game (think Michigan State and Perry's 51 carries). It remains to be seen if Carr will rely on Underwood down after down as he did with Perry…

… defensive unit last year, but if there was one weakness, it was the defensive line. Though they were solid against the run for the most part, the Wolverines struggled to put pressure on the quarterback. This…

… Harrison are likely Michigan's starters, with Alex Ofili and Will Paul also part of the Wolverines' rotation. *LOCKOUT. Continued from Page 14 for hockey. I think it's going to hurt the game a lot. I don…

August 05, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 133) • Page Image 13

… hockey players have been treating the Wolverine program as a way sta- tion to the NHL. Recently, premier players have been coming to Michi- gan for a few years, getting drafted and then bolting from…

… hockey alumni go at it Friday night at Yost ice Arena. Right: Fans show former Wolverine Andy Hilbert, who chose to leave Michigan early, what he missed this past year. my four years at Michigan," Turco…

August 04, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 148) • Page Image 14

…, Israel and Guyana. Adam Harris, a rising senior for the Wolverines, will shirk red, white and blue to don a different color scheme in the Olympics: the red, yellow and green of Guyana, his mother…

…'s easy to see how Harris has found success at every level of track he has competed at - from a stellar high school career to a solid first two years as a Wolverine, the Wheaton, Ill. native is always a…

August 14, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 130) • Page Image 16

… rivals have played outside of their traditional noon or 1 p.m. slot in recent memory. That late start reflects a trend in the Wolverines' schedule. Just three of the eight games for which times have been…

… frustrated him. Last season the Wolverines went 1- 1 in their night games, losing to Wis- consin and heating Northwestern. 4 AT\VILA E PNDT E RTA ,E qewe -the 1T/20rFFtMcThigan Dly Z.A<2H any snack with…

August 09, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 153) • Page Image 14

…. "I think it was a great experience for me," he added. Burnes will head back to Albany for training camp this fall a little NHL Lockout threatens former Wolverine Icers By Seth Gordon Daily Sports…

…'s teammates in Boston is former Wolverine Andy Hilbert, who saw his first big chunk of ice time with the Bruins last year. "I'm definitely just getting my foot in the door, just biding my time," Hilbert said…

August 13, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 152) • Page Image 44

…-so-competitive rivals. Michigan State has won six of the past seven con- tests. The Wolverines committed 20 turn- overs and were left wondering what might have been had they just held onto the ball. "I didn't even know…

… a Drew Neitzel three, an 11-point Michigan State lead and the nail in the W "That was the turnir game," Sims said. "Wec ball. You can't do that, esp physical they were." The Wolverines hung with a…

August 02, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 152) • Page Image 15

Wolverines. He has been a in the Michigan lineup all ars and has scored 79 points ames. inen's numbers might bely his o the team as his departure ly leaves several holes to fill only leaving one locker empty…

Wolverines have already seen action, most notably Mike Brown and Michael Woodford. Brandon Kaleniecki and Andrew Ebbett have some experience in man-down situations and will likely see more time this year…

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