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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…

February 25, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 89) • Page Image 10

…, looking to shut him down - but they've had little suc- cess. Comrie leads the Wolverines with 47 points on the season -' 17 goals and 30 assists. . In Michigan's 2-0 victory over the Spar- tans at Munn Ice…

… Arena, Comrie fed the puck to linemate Mike Comrie Hilbert on the Wolverines' second goal to put the Spartans away for good. THE DYNAMIC DUO Last season Joe Black- burn rewrote Michigan State's hockey…

March 23, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 114) • Page Image 9

… second. But it was hard to count Michi- gan out with so much time left and in such an important game. For the Wolverines, who abso- lutely rocketed through the past few months and built their reputa- tion…

… if the Wolverines want tobea legitimate national ANNA BAKEMAN/Daily championship contender. Michigan coach Red Berenson and the Wolverines held a 2-t lead going into the See AUERBACH, Page 5B final…

… returners. Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez desperately shifted new players on and off the unit as one Wolverine after another bobbled and fumbled returns. There were different excuses for the special teams…

… sloppiness after each game - the weather was poor, focus was lacking or there was sim- ply an issue of miscommunication. But Rodriguez is trying to make sure the Wolverines aren't as easily distracted this…

… SPRING PRACTICE, Page SB With multiple questions on the offensive After hosting an NCAA regional last year, end, can the Michigan softball team gear up the Wolverine baseball team and ace pitcher for…

July 12, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 149) • Page Image 11

…Monday July 12,2004 s sports.michigandaily.com sports@michigandaily. corn SPORTS 11~ Red, white & (three) Blue sw.Wolverine tankers fill up U.S. Olympic relay roster By Seth Gordon Daily Sports…

… Editor One. Two. Three. The number of Michigan swimmers headed to Athens to represent the Unit- ed States keeps growing. And that's just in one race. Club Wolverine swimmer Klete Keller will lead current…

Wolverines Peter Vanderkaay and Dan Ketchum in the 800-meter freestyle relay at the Olympics. Keller recorded a time of 1:46.87 to finish in second in the 200-meter freestyle behind swimming phenom Michael…

… Phelps, who set a meet record at 1:46.27. Phelps will join his coach Bob Bowman at Club Wolverine next year, as Bowman takes over the men's swimming program at Michigan. Phelps and Keller will represent…

… Keller and Phelps certainly increases the chances that Michigan will be represented on the podium in Athens. As a member of Club Wolverine, Keller has been training with the cur- rent Wolverines all year…

January 29, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 85) • Page Image 8

… typical Big Ten game. Or your typical Michigan game for that matter. The Wolverines, who averaged 68 points per game coming in, scored 90 points for the first time in a regular season game since December…

… 2001, beating Iowa 00-84 at Crisler Arena. Both teams shot wA84 better than 50 percent for the game. R With the win, the Wolverines (3-3 Big Ten, 12-5 overall) jumped two spots to fifth in the congested…

… times all season, every Wolverine who is expect- CHRIS BURKE ed to pitch in on offense did so. Goin' to Work Forward Bernard Robinson was clearly too quick on the offensive end T he sleeping giant appears…

… numerous Ninety! occasions, the Wolverines were able to All the speculation about how good execute a give-and-fade play to set this offense could be when it's firing on Abram up for many open threes oppor…

…- all cylinders has been put to rest now. tunities (of which he converted four). The Wolverines finally answered the "Lester Abram was a great part of offensive questions, and the response is (our second…

…-half-minute stretch when Iowa seven-assist effort, and you can imag- stymied the Wolverines en route to a ine why Iowa coach Steve Alford was 15-0 run. Those droughts have been all not exactly sporting a grin…

… the game. There were the 13 they needed to late in the game." points the Wolverines dropped in the Part of that clutch performance came last 2:28 of the first half. They put up thanks to the stellar…

May 20, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 123) • Page Image 14

…14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 20, 2002 Wolverines address disappointing year By Charles Paradis Daily Sports Editor With the Big Ten season coming to an end, Michigan has been in a must…

…-win situation for the past two weeks. The Wolverines fell behind in the Big Ten standings early in the season but retained a chance to make the Big Ten Tournament if they could win the majority of their games in…

March 20, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 100) • Page Image 9

… Writer EAST LANSING - As the final scores flashed on Friday night, Michigan's loyal faithful in Jenison Field- house heartily proclaimed the Wolverines' resounding triumph in the team finals of the men…

…'s Big Ten Gym- nastics Championship. Displaying an array of depth and individual bril- liance, the top-ranked Wolverines dominated the event this weekend and won their second straight title with a…

… scintillating 232.1 performance. Their 2.6 margin of victory over second place Ohio State was the largest since 1994. This domination rings even more impressive as it came without the Wolverine's top gymnast, co…

…-captain Justin Toman, who was injured. Co-captain Kevin Roulston's 9.825 on the floor exer- cise allowed the Wolverines to stay within striking dis- tance of No. 4 Ohio State after the second rotation. From then…

… on, the race between the Wolverines and the Buckeyes resembled a Porsche passing a school bus. While emotionally-sparked Michigan hit routine after routine, top contenders Penn State (ranked No. 3) and…

… Ohio State faltered under the Wolverines' blistering scoring pace. The Nittany Lions had arguably their worst perfor- mance of the season, falling nearly five points off their season high of 230.5 with a…

… Title by the largest margin since 1994. The Wolverines will surely be the favorite at NCAAs in two weeks. To -ranked women repeat as champs By Richard Haddad Daily Sports Writer After Saturday's showing…

… OT fightBlue Moored for goo The Michigan women's gymnastics team entered the Big Ten Championships as a team of unlimited potential. Saturday at Penn State, the Wolverines initiated their postseason…

…'s basketball team has shouted for national respect all season. First, the Wolverines failed to crack e Top 25 after wins over nationally- ranked programs such as defending national champion Purdue. Then, they…

…, Michigan had the opportunity to finally land the teem it's desired against a perennial power. But the Wolverines failed to chop down the taller Cardinal in over- time, 81-74. In the first eight minutes, it…

September 10, 2001 (vol. 111, iss. 140) • Page Image 19

… hungry tonight." In the tournaments first two matches, Michigan easily defeated Pittsburgh and Eastern Michigan in straight games. The Wolverines disposed of the Panthers 30- 18, 30-20, 30-27 on Friday…

… obvious that the two teams were well matched. Knotted at 29-29, an attack error by Georgia put the Wolverines up 30-29. The team needed just one point to win the game and take a 1-0 lead in the match. That…

Wolverine by finishing in sixth place individually with a score of 214. After rounds of 72 and 75 on Satur- day, Matthews charged up the leader board yesterday by firing a 67 to end the weekend at two…

…-under-par. Chapman and Kilcherman each recorded their career-low scores of 69 during play on Saturday en route to finishes of 17th and 29th, respectively. Nichols' 54-hole total of 219 was his best as a Wolverine and…

… weekend. The fall season will continue next weekend for the Wolverines, as they head to Minneapolis for the PSI Net Collegiate Invitational. "I'm very pleased - there's room for improvement, but it's up to…

September 22, 2008 (vol. 116, iss. 15) • Page Image 12

… Daily DETROIT - Fifty-five minutes into the men's soccer team's 5-1 win over Detroit on Friday, Mauro Fuzetti made Wolverine history. The Michigan junior midfielder became the first Wolverine since 2003…

… to record a hat trick. Michigan coach Steve Burns called Fuzetti, who also became the Wolverines' seventh-leading scorer of all-time, the "man of the match." "He was just dangerous all day and he was…

… hat trick. Fueled by some pent-up aggres- sion after losing Wednesday to Kentucky, the Wolverines (5-2-1) left Detroit with an explosive win. But the game wasn't all about Michigan. Detroit tied the…

… it was now a "new game." Buttheir encouragement seemed to spark the .Wolverines, who responded quickly to change the dynamic. Just five minutes after the Titans' game-tying goal, the Wolverines

… 90 minutes to secure a final score of5-1. After Wednesday's tough loss, winning Friday's game was very important to Burns. For the sec- ond time this year, the Wolverines looked to rebound strong from…

… 1-1 double-overtime tie at Arizona Sta lye WolverineS fight dry heat In tie Women's soccer team winless in Arizona trip By RUTH LINCOLN Daily Sports Writer After 110 minutes in the 100- plus degree…

… desert heat, the Michigan women's soccer team was gassed. The Wolverines battled Ari- zona State to a 1-1 tie in double overtime Sunday at the Sun Devil Soccer Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. Unfamiliar and…

… overwhelming for some of the Wolverines, the arid, southwestern temperatures* presented an extra challenge throughout the day. Michigan trainer Tina Scully tried to provide some relief, by pouring water down the…

…, the Wolverines (3-4-2) hoped to bounce back in the second leg of the West Coast roadtrip. In Sunday's game, the Wol- verines took control in the 35th minute when senior midfielder and forward Danelle…

… behind the defenses and will get these great chances right in front of the net. And she's got the com- posure to stick them in the back of the net." The Wolverines held onto their, slight lead until the 85…

March 01, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 102) • Page Image 9

… opposing arena. It's nothing new for the Wolverines - at least this season. Two weeks ago, Michigan put the finishing touches on a perfect confer- ence home mark (13-0-0) by easily sweeping Bowling Green…

…. Michigan has put on a show for the Yost faithful all season long, effortlessly pummeling any team that dare occupy the visitor's bench. But, when the Wolverines have left the comfortable confines of 1000 S…

November 10, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 48) • Page Image 9

… struggles t( By Chris Burke Daily Sports Editor If anything was made clear during the Michigan basketball team's lack- luster 73-61 exhibition win over Michigan Tech Saturday, it's that the Wolverines have a…

… lot to work on before the regular season starts Nov. 14 against Oakland. And no issue is more pressing for Michigan coach Tommy Amaker than getting all of his players healthy. The banged-up Wolverines

March 03, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 101) • Page Image 14

… that to the Michigan women's gymnastics team. The Wolverines (9-4, 2-1 Big Ten) scored two huge road victories in the last two weeks, both against top-lI teams. First, the Wolverines knocked off No. 11…

… Denver with a mile-high score of 197.025 on Feb. 22. Then last week, they traveled to Utah to take on No. 5 Utah, winning the event 196.750- 195.875. To make things even more sunny on the Wolverines

October 27, 2008 (vol. 119, iss. 38) • Page Image 18

…8B - October 27, 2008 sMonday The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 8B - October 27, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom 0 Wolverines win first weekend series, upset No.11 Gophers A H…

… basics," junior outside hitter Juliana Paz said. SAuD ALSALAH/Daiy Midway through the first Junior Juliana Paz led Michigan with 16 kills against Minnesota Saturday night in the set, the Wolverines held a…

September 30, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 20) • Page Image 9

… it needed to, anyway, and Michigan cruised to a laughable 45-28 win over Illinois. Following a foreboding first two drives (in which the Wolverines went three-and-out both times), the Michi- gan…

… offense moved the ball with a fluid- ity and efficiency reminiscent of the Henson-Thomas-Terrell offense of 2000. It was offense with an ease that has eluded the Wolverines (1-0 Big Ten, 4-1 overall) thus…

… arguably his best road performance as a Wolverine. The Michigan defense forced a season-best five turnovers. Marlin Jackson recorded a team-high two interceptions, while linebacker Victor Hobson recorded…

… had a career-best two touchdown recep- tions on the day. Michigan's offense improved its third down efficiency, converting 10 times out of 17 opportunities. The Wolverines were just 5-of-19 against Utah…

…, and 5-of44 against Notre Dame. The Wolverines have won 21. con- secutive Big Ten Conference open- ers, and 34 of their last 35. DAVID KATZ/Daily Michigan kicker Phillip Brabbs celebrates with his…

… good its defense would be. The discussion came both from inside and outside the Michigan pro- _ gram. But through four games, had the Wolverines shown that they were a good defense? There is no…

… the best defenses that Illinois has faced? Statistics-wise, the Wolverines are hampered by facing some of the most potent offenses in the country. Michi- gan allows nearly 260 yards passing per game…

… Western Michigan with Vir- ginia Tech. In the end, it makes no dif- ference that the Hokies shut out Western Michigan last Saturday while the Wolverines gave up 12 points to the same team on Sept. 7. There…

November 05, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 26) • Page Image 14

… of the Wolverines as an "uninspiring performance." Rademacher was pleased with the team's early play, though. Amy Sullivant scored the first goal less than four minutes into the con- test. Forward Abby…

… score 2-0. It was one of the last signs of life from the Wolverine offense. "Sometimes you get up early (in the game) and get a bit complacent," Rademacher said. In the second half, the Wolverines forced…

… off the crossbar of Michigan's goal. The Wolverines had better be awake this Thursday. No. 2 seed Michigan will face No. 7 Michigan State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. This will be the…

… second time the teams have faced each other in two weeks. The Wolverines defeated the Spartans 2-1 in a Lau shines in goal as Blue stuns Ohio State By Chris Burke Daily Sports Writer If the Michigan men…

…-save shutout as the Wolverines upset No. 14 Ohio State, 1- 0, in Columbus on Friday night. The victory was Michigan's first road win of the season, and the program's first- ever varsity win over a ranked team…

… accomplish once this year." For Lau, the win was especially sweet. Playing in his hometown, Lau was forced into action after Joe Zawacki received a red card in the Wolverines' 4-0 loss to Furman on Oct. 28. It…

… game pending an official ruling, the Wolverines are hoping that Lau can continue his hot play. "It's fantastic for the kid - two starts DANNY MOLOSHOK/Daily Although Michigan was uninspired against…

… Western Michigan, Abby Crumpton (22) was a bright spot. She had a goal and an assist as the Wolverines knocked off the Broncos, 2-0. and two Big Ten wins," Burns said. "Any- time he can get this type of…

… the clamps on the Buckeye attack. Despite yielding 16 shots - only four were on net - the Wolverines were able to keep Ohio State from capitalizing on any of their opportuni- ties during the physical…

…'t convert on them." Michigan will hold the fourth seed for the Big Ten Tournament that starts Thurs- day in Madison. On the basis of Wisconsin's 1-0 win over Ohio State yesterday, the Wolverines will draw a…

September 06, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 135) • Page Image 72

Wolverines, who stood at No. I all season long, by the painfully close margin of 231.975-231.85 to win the 2000 NCAA men's gymnastics champi- onship. - For a team that finished second-to-last at the Big Ten…

… of leader Iowa. As the defending national cham- pion Wolverines gnashed their teeth in anticipation of a final rally on the vault, the Lions lurked behind patient- ly, preparing themselves to compete…

September 03, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

… hockey team's side. For the second straight year, the Demon Deacons handed the Wolverines their first loss of the season, recording a 2-0 shutout during the ACC/Big Ten Chal- lenge in Chapel Hill this past…

… weekend. The loss gave the Wolverines a weekend split after they beat North Carolina 2-0 on Saturday. Michigan (1-1), the defending national champion, has now lost three straight to Wake Forest since its…

May 05, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 136) • Page Image 11

…- pionship with almost a month to play before the . conference tour- nament. But then, it dropped 2-of-4 games to lowly ANDY Illinois, ateam REID the Wolverines should have easily swept but seem- ingly…

…, another subpar foe, Penn State, jumped on the Wolverines, winning three straight games inAnn Arbor and allowing Minnesota back in the race for the conference crown. Two weeks ago, then-last-place Indiana…

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…

March 19, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 116) • Page Image 9

…, and the Wild- cats held on for a 2-1 win. Michigan will take on Northern Michigan this0 afternoon at 4:05 p.m. at Joe Louis Arena, and the< Wolverines look to win their third consecu- tive Mason Cup…

…. Throw in the fact that Michigan struggled for most of the weekend against Nebraska- Omaha and you might even say the Wild- cats have an advantage. However, this is the playoffs, and the Wolverines always…

…-CCHA defenseman Matt Hun- wick, and All-CCHA snub Andy Burnes, perhaps the best defensive pairing in the conference. The Wolverine 'D' is second-best in goals- against in the CCHA, allowing just 2.36 goals per…

… fourth place behind Penn State, Ohio State and Iowa at the Big Ten Championships. This season, the Wolverines have already defeated both Penn State and Ohio State in hard-fought matches at home. The…

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

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

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

October 17, 2007 (vol. 118, iss. 30) • Page Image 13

… Writer EAST LANSING - The Michi- gan State men's soccer team barely seemed to notice the downpour as the Spartans swarmed Old College Field after their 5-0 victory Sun- day. The Wolverines and their trav…

… rival- ry game was the last of a grueling midseason swing. The Wolverines (0-2-1, 8-4-1) had played three of their last four games on the road and had won just one. The Spartans put Michigan in a hole…

March 10, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 109) • Page Image 9

…* The Michigan Daily I michigandailycom I March 10, 2008 Blue savors taste ofvictory Wolverines crush defending champion No.1 Georgia By NICOLE AUERBACH Daily Sports Writer The Michigan women…

… course, floor exercise was dessert. And I do love dessert." In front of more than 4,000 spec- tators at Crisler MICHIGAN 197.600 Arena GEORGIA 196.950 on Fri- day, the fourth-ranked Wolverines cooked up…

… what Maloney calls the "freebie war," which includes walks, hit batsmen, errors and passed balls. The Wolverine pitchers hit four batters and allowed 10 earned runs, while the Eagles walked just two…

November 28, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 37) • Page Image 14

… Dominion in the second-round of the NCAA Tournament ended the Wolverines' season. STEVEN TAI/Daily Grade: - Katie Morris and the Michigan field hockey team were one of Michigan's two Big Ten Champions this…

… fall. Summary: The Wolverines never missed a beat this fall season. After opening the season with a win at the Great Meadows Invitational, the Michi- gan women's cross country team went on to dominate…

… Michigan season Team MVP: Senior goalkeeper Peter Dzubay Grade: Summary: Michigan earned a team title at the Wolverine Invitational, but the season ended on a disappointing note with consecutive llth…

…-place showings at the Tyson/Embassy Suites Invitational and The Landfall Tradition. Best Finish: Wolverine Invitational: Michigan captured the team title at its home tournament, placing five golfers in the top-16…

…. Biggest Loss: The Landfall Tradition: In a field made up of many of the top teams in America, the Wolverines placed one golfer in the top-20. Team MVP: Amy Schmucker Grade: Summary: The volleyball team…

… straight to end the year, the Wolverines' season ended without an NCAA Tournament bid. Biggest win: No. 7 Wisconsin (3-2): The high point of the sea- son occurred Oct. 22 at Cliff Keen Arena when Michigan…

October 22, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 16) • Page Image 9

…, because it will be a long time before they see the Wolverines in action again. After the exhibition opener against Latvia Clondica, the Wolverines begin the regular season with nine of their first 10 games…

… when we open against Marquette (on Nov. 29)," Michigan coach Sue Guevara said during the Wolverines' media day on Fri- day. "When you look at our schedule, not only are we on the road, but this is a very…

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…

May 11, 2009 (vol. 119, iss. 136) • Page Image 11

…Monday, May 11, 2009 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com 11l CHAMPIONS From page 10 the Wolverines an early 2-0 lead after the first inning, but Michigan was shut out through the middle innings…

… Regionals. Slow start plagues Wolverines Pos- in t COI Michi BruceI story. The had ju in the Tourn It was lost to month As in fro addres tough of losi was ap But ed wit isfied' "Ou tseason run ends hard…

May 05, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 136) • Page Image 12

…-team tournament. The Wolverines finished 60 points behind No. 6 Michigan State, which took the title with wins by its first varsity eight, first varsity four and second varsity fourboats. Just three of Michigan…

…'t achieve what we hoped to," junior Julia Nelson said of the Wolverines' disappoint- ing day. Coming in, Michigan was expected to compete with Ohio State for second. The first varsity eight gave the…

May 07, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 139) • Page Image 13

… heading south. But the Wolverines' hitting appears to be going north. Michigan heads to Big Ten Tour- nament in Columbus next weekend as the third seed, its worst finish in the conference in a dozen years…

…. The Wolverines will play No. 6 seed Illinois Friday. Michigan (12-4 Big Ten, 42-10 overall) split a two- game set with the Fighting Illini in Champaign three weeks ago, blow- ing a three-run lead in the…

… to silence the Wolverine bats any longer. The win salvaged the weekend for Michigan, which retained a two- and-a-half game lead atop the Big Ten standings. "You're boundtolose some games, but…

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…

May 01, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 38) • Page Image 22

…22 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, May 1, 2000 Wolverines narrowly lose in BTT Bountiful Harvest-Wolverine Draftees. By Jeff Phillips Daity Sports Witer Tennis matches don't get any closer than the…

… go toe-to-toe with anyone in the top ten." After dropping the doubles point, the Wolverines pushed the Illini to the brink. Five of the six singles matches went to three sets - Michigan's Matt Wright…

… needed to win a second set tichreaker 10-8 against Graydon Oliver to send their match to a third set. Beam then lost the third set tiebreaker by an identical 10-8 score. Danny McCain was the only Wolverine

… disappointing," Michigan sophomore Ben Cox said. The Wolverines split the other three- set matches, with Cox winning at No. 5 singles and Zach Held losing at No. 6. "We will try and get past (the loss)," Cox…

… said, "but it will take awhile." Although it is probably no consolation for the Wolverines, their loss came to the eventual tournament champions. Yesterday, Illinois captured the Big Ten Championship…

… title by defeating Minnesota, 4-1. On Friday, Michigan avenged a previ- ous loss to Purdue by pounding the Boilermakers 4-1. The final two singles matches were abandoned after the Wolverines had clinched…

… the victory. "I am very proud of the way the guys played against Purdue," Mees said. After the Wolverines won the doubles point, Wright defeated the first of two top-35 opponents by cruising to a…

… straight-set victory against the Boilennakers' Jason Marshall. Henty Beam and Ben Cox picked up the other wins for the Wolverines in straight sets. The last time Michigan faced Purdue, the Wolverines played…

September 08, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…, the Wolverines are back in their 10th year as a varsity program. Just three games into the season, No. 22 Michigan has already taken down one top-25 team and started its charge toward its second…

… particular have shined on a roster showing veteran characteristics. "They really don't have any fear in how they play," Burns said. Freshman Latif Alashe has started every game for the Wolverines at center…

… teammates. DEFENSE After starting the regular season with a 5-0 loss to Notre Dame, the Wolverine defense has focused on being more aggressive and physical, a goal that Burns will continue to stress to his…

… is filled by strong, dominant players such as junior Adam Keller and senior Julian Robles. New inthe netfor Michigan isredshirt sopho- more Chris Blais, who has improved each year with the Wolverines

…. "He's confident," Burns said. "He's sure- handed." SAID ALSALAH/Dail Senior forward Mauro Fuzetti is one of several Wolverines expected to shoulder a larger load this season. Worn-out Wolverines pull…

… minutes, the lack- And now these 27 student-athletes luster Wolverines (2-1-0) failed to were supposed to play a varsity soc- apply any serious pressure on their opponents and seemed to be a step behind…

… Valparaiso (1-1-0) on every loose ball. Crusader junior forward Zack Stivers slipped by the Michi- gan defense and scored in the 39th minute. After a half of uninspired play, the Wolverines finally awoke from…

… dominated the time of possession in the second half, and in the 70th minute, the Wolverines tied the game at one. Senior for- ward Mauro Fuzetti received the ball in the box, and in one motion, turned and…

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

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

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

November 11, 2005 (vol. 116, iss. 29) • Page Image 9

… goaltender Billy Sauer will likely face more shots than normal due to the wider ice surface of the Berry Events Center where the Wolverines will face Northern Michigan. Widerrpresents test for Cers By Anne…

…-seed-0 GAT ed Wolverines saw their hopes of wining the Big Ten title and a bid to the NCAA Champion- ships dashed yesterday when they lost to fourth-seeded Michigan State 1-0 in the first round of the Big…

March 19, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 97) • Page Image 14

…14-The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 19, 2002 Tigers, Hoosiers on horizon for Wolverines By Daniel Brnmer Daily Sports Writer The road to the NCAA Tournament unofficially begins this weekend for…

… Indiana and No. 15 Princeton on Satur- Princeton, a day. These matchups will be important to When: 11 a. ensure that the Wolverines qualify for the Latest: Thes Eastern Championship tournament. The ines as…

September 25, 2000 (vol. 110, iss. 148) • Page Image 17

Wolverines on Sunday. Michigan perhaps had its best chance to win a volleyball match at Ohio State ever. The Wolverines had lost all 19 of their previous meetings with the Buckeyes in Columbus and were never…

…- ferent ideas. Calligaris had 16 kills to lead Ohio State past Michigan, 3-1 (11-15, 9-15, 15-1 1, 7-15), dropping the Wolverines to 0-2 in the Big Ten. Their other loss came t the hands of their other…

…, constantly improving with every practice and race," Radkewich said. Other top .20 finishers for the Wolverine team included senior Julie Froud and freshman Lindsev Gallom, finishing I I1th and 12th…

… team race. In the running This was the third consecutive win for the women's cross country squad, who has yet to lose a scor- ing race this season. The last timef a Wolverine squad won three consecutive…

… races was 1998, when Michigan won their first five races of the year. The Wolverines go for their fourth consecutive vicotry at the Notre Dame Invitational on Oct. 6. THE SCHEDULE: Oct. 6 at Notre Dame…

October 03, 2001 (vol. 112, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

… offensive machine on the road as the Boiler- makers will fine tune their engine for a homecoming date with the Wolverines. Purdue 28, Iowa 14 No. 16 NORTHWESTERN (1-0, 3-0) AT OHIO STATE (1-0, 2-1), 7:45 P…

… against the Wolverines, will look to get the Illini back on track. Illinois needs to have this game, as it has dropped out of the top 25, and heads into a light part of their schedule - it's not facing…

… - with the Wolverine Invita- tional on Oct. 6-7. After that, Michigan will move on to the Women's Collegiate Shootout in Franklin, Ind. - the site of the Wolverines' school-record 18-hole score of 287, set…

… last season - for 54 more holes. Last year's Wolverine Invitational champion, senior Courtney Reno, will be joined by fellow seniors Misia Lemanski, LeAnna Wicks and Benedict and freshman Laura Michigan…

… after its as Michigan hitstheI record-setting marathon in Ann Arbo weekend at the eye their first team ti Lady Northern on Invitational since 199 Sept. 23, but even with the week of the Wolverines are…

March 03, 2008 (vol. 118, iss. 104) • Page Image 14

… 6B - Monday, March 3, 2008 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Perfection continues at Cat Classic Blue disappointed with sixth-place finish Wolverines battle flu epidemic, stumble at Big Ten…

… Wisconsin's Camp Randall Memorial Sports Center, the Wolverines felt they could land anywhere from second to seventh place. But they found themselves on the low end with a disappointing sixth-place finish in…

… his winning jump (24-10), almost five inches ahead of sec- ond place, Harris became the first Wolverine since Derek Harper in 1984 to claim the Big Ten longjump title. The distance was also a per- sonal…

… perfect season rolling by crushing three teams at the 28th annual Cat Classic last weekend in Colum- bia, Mo. But although it seems nothing can go wrong for the Wolverines (5-0 Big Ten, 14-0 overall), the…

… squashed opponents by at least one or two full points, and hasn't trailed in a meet since Jan. 19. But the Wolverines weren't thinking ahead to Georgia when they took to the mats at the Cat Classic. Instead…

… Minnesota head- ing into the final relay. Minnesota won the event and the title. This year, it was clear that revenge was in the mind of every Wolverine. "Without a doubt, that was our motivation," Bowman…

… Botterman picked up the floor title, while sophomore Sarah Curtis grabbed the vault title (9.900) along with runner-up honors in the all-around competi- tion. But the Wolverines struggled more than usual…

January 18, 2007 (vol. 117, iss. 78) • Page Image 5

… wanted to admit, but it had NOTEBOOK reached the point where nobody could deny it anymore. Michigan isn't a good 3-point shooting team. Heading into last night's game against Penn State, the Wolverines

…. Facing a zone defense for nearly the entire contest, the Wolverines had plenty of open looks from the outside. And for the most part, they took advantage from down- town in last night's 77-57 win. For the…

February 02, 2006 (vol. 116, iss. 67) • Page Image 10

…- cessful attempt to stave off an upset bid by the host Nittany Lions. The Wolverines extended their win streak to five games, prevailing 71-65. Michigan's win boosts its conference record to 6-2 (16…

… a powerful message A STATE COLLEGE - he experts called for it. ESPN analyst Tom Brennan predicted it. Twice. The Nittany Lions played like they wanted it. And after a banner week for the Wolverines

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

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

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

September 07, 2004 (vol. 113, iss. 155) • Page Image 60

… at Wisconsin, Illinois, 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 hap- pened…

…: Michigan didn't fold. Instead, the Wolverines tightened up their defense and rediscovered their confidence on offense. A layup by Michigan center Courtney Sims put the Wolverines ahead with 4:55 left, and…

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…

September 08, 2009 (vol. 120, iss. 1) • Page Image 44

… Michiganvolleyball team this past year: resilient. Midway through the season, the Wolverines traveled to Illi- nois and Purdue, where they lost two heartbreaking, five-set matches. Wins at both schools could have…

… propelled the team third or fourth-place in the Big Ten instead of its eventual fifth- place finish. But the Wolverines didn't let the losses shake their con- fidence. After the two road defeats, Michigan…

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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…

November 04, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

… Avenue. . Nainlsrv vlae status of wolveries in Michigan By Lindsey Paterson For the Daily Did real wolverines ever roam the Wolver- ine State? Patrick Rusz of the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy says yes…

…. "I'm a believer that there once were wolverines," he said. The question surfaced recently when the Predator Conservation Alliance, based in Bozeman, Wyo., petitioned to place the wolverine on the…

… will conduct a study in 2004 to determine the wolverine's "biology, ecology, distribution and habitat ... as well as poten- tial threats to its existence," said Ralph Mor- genweck, director of the Fish…

… status of the wolverine, a mem- ber of the weasel family, is labeled as "Sensi- tive," WolverineFoundation.org states. Their numbers are declining due to hunting and fur trapping, but there is evidence…

January 24, 2003 (vol. 113, iss. 80) • Page Image 8

… January 24, 2003 michigandaily. com sportsdesk@umich.edu Pe ORTS 8 0 TURNING THE TIDE .. Michigan vs. Michigan State Sunday, 1 p.m. Crisler Arena Wolverines hope the future of the instate…

…" drowned out the meager handfuls of Michigan fans in the arena. Michigan was humiliated on its own court while Jason Richardson, then a sophomore, and the rest of the Spartans tore the Wolverines to the tune…

November 18, 2002 (vol. 113, iss. 52) • Page Image 14

… Kolodgy Daily Sports Writer WEST LAFAYETTE - The race had been run, and the cool-down was completed - Now all the Michigan's women's cross country team could do was wait for the results. The Wolverines

… win, the Wolverines finished sec- ond out of 31 teams at the Great Lakes Regional Championship, falling short only to Notre Dame. This place automatically qualified them for the NCAA Championships…

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…

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