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November 04, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 27) • Page Image 18

… freshmen on the team, it is no surprise that Michigan coach Jim Richardson is blunt when saying "We're young." Youth has its advantages for the Wolverines, who have already seen three freshmen win individual…

…-yard breaststroke, as well. Richardson is also looking to freshmen Brooke Smith and Lisheth Gohel to devel- op in the 200-yard butterfly, an event the Wolverines must shore up, in order so compete with…

March 23, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 97) • Page Image 16

… left the Boilermaker Classic undefeated in the tournament and looking to carry momentum into the Big Ten season. Last year, the Wolverines (21-3) swept through the Classic and proceeded to win their next…

… five games. Yesterday, Michigan completed a sweep of a revised tournament schedule, outscor- ing their opponents 29-3 in the process. 'The Wolverines finished off their three-win weekend yesterday by…

… the two weekend meetings. The Falcons were stopped by Wolverine hurler Jamie Gillies in her first outing of the tourna- ment. Gillies scattered six hits over five innings, allowing the lone Falcon run…

… in the fourth inning. Teeing off on Bowling Green pitcher Garrett Gholston (3-12), the Wolverines exploded for 12 runs on 13 hits. Melissa Gentile blasted a three-run home run in the top half of the…

…, which puts us in a very solid position to start the Big Ten sea- son," Hutchins said. The Wolverines begin Big Ten play with a three-game series against Indiana, in Bloomington, on Mar. 28-9. Weather…

…. This past weekend, the Wolverines' series with Iowa was canceled due to snow. Michigan (5-9-1) was scheduled to play doubleheaders Saturday and yesterday. Michigan's homIe opener against Iowa was highly…

… in two weeks." The Wolverines faced several prominent Texas teams on their spring trip. But due to the lack of prctice and minimal game experi- ence this season, the Wolverines were not at full…

January 26, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 62) • Page Image 14

…, because they're a big team." HATING THE HAWKEYES: Despite its victory yesterday, Michigan hasn't had much luck against lowa in the past. Before their 75-63 victory last year in Iowa City, the Wolverines had…

… had been cutting down on turnovers of late, a problem that had plagued the Wolverines throughout the better part of the season. After commit- ting a season-low of 10 turnovers against Michigan State…

… the rebounding efforts and inside play of the Wolverine guards and Tiffany Willard that made the difference against Iowa. Stacey Thomas recorded her second consecutive double-double against the Hawkeyes…

…, with 16 points and a game- high I1 rebounds. Thomas played the entire game for the Wolverines and was 8-for-1 I from the free throw line. But it was her rebounding that was most important for the…

Wolverines. "I like to go aggressively to the boards and try to anticipate where the ball's going. Thomas said. "But today, I tri to box out more. Starting her second straight game in place of Johns, Willard…

… rebounds in 25 minutes. Johns' absence Friday was glaringly obvious. The Wolverines were -outr- bounded, 26 -16 in the first half,'as iW Badgers jumped out to a 16-point half- time lead. In addition to its…

… 13 rebounds, as she took advantage of the shorter Wolverines. Six-foot-two forward Ann Klapperich also faced little competition in the paint and scored a game-high.22 points. The only factor that kept…

September 15, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 126) • Page Image 16

… best, but second is nothing to scoff at. Just ask the Michigan volleyball team. It has been the runner-up in its last three tournaments. The Wolverines' latest second-place finish came this weekend in…

… disc in her back. Chase is set to have a bone scan tomorrow. In their first match, the Wolverines lost to Central Florida, 15-8, 16-14, 13-15 and 15-8. Despite 66 kills, when push came to shove, the…

September 03, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 118) • Page Image 75

…'s soccer team Wpenenced a bit of role reversal during its 1996 season. The role reversal was one of age and experience - Michigan's star recruit- ing class of freshmen sparked the Wolverines (4-4-1 Big Ten…

… points, followed by Hoff with 17 and forward Marie Spaccarotella with 14. The year saw many positive mile- stones for the Michigan women's soccer team, which began in 1994. The Wolverines had a seven…

April 09, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 108) • Page Image 9

…. PRO HOCKEY PITTSBURGH 3, Boston 1 New Jersey 2, TAMPA BAY 2 Detroit 3 CALGARY 2 Wednesday April 9, 1997 9 Softball splits with Purdue Wolverines fall to 1-2 without injured Griffin in lineup By…

… Josh Kielnbaum Daily Sports Writer The Michigan softball team need- ed to sweep yesterday's doublehead- er with Purdue. It didn't. After winning the first game of the twinbill, 7-3, the Wolverines (4…

November 21, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 35) • Page Image 15

… recruiting class in the country - the women's basketball team will definitely be a group to watch this season. The newest Wolverines are guards ASemeldaElverton, Akisha Franklin and Molly Murray; forwards…

… Maritza Dubois and Tiffany Willard; and cen- ters Tennille Caruthers and Pollyanna Johns. Call the newest Wolverines the Sensational Seven. Michigan coach Trish Roberts un- veils her exceptional recruiting…

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…

January 29, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 65) • Page Image 11

… tonight's game against No. 10 Purdue at Crisler Arena and Sunday's game at No. 16 Iowa constitute the most important two-game stretch for the 19th-ranked Wolverines in a very, very long time. Tonight These…

… season to the Wolverines in addition to being their home opener. Cavs fir t up for'M'tennis By Mark Francescutti Daily Sports Writer No more tournaments for practice or individual glory. The time has come…

September 05, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 122) • Page Image 12

… of the Wolverines' top runners. McGregor grabbed two third place finishes, including one at last years NCAA Championships. McGuire calls McGregor, Arnill Slater (when the two injured runner return) the…

… there will be no easy task. Last year, the Wolverines made their first postseason tournament appearance since 1981. The Wolverines finished 19-15 last year. Their record landed them in sixth- place in the…

May 17, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 19

… for the Big Ten Chain- Ohio State. The Wolverines expect a Gardner looks to place in the top three ionships, May 20-21 in Minneapolis. strong performance from their top dis- in the 110 and 400 hurdles…

… and feels he is a The Wolverines look to place some- tance runners Kevin Sullivan and Scott definite contender forfirstplace.This week where in the top five. MacDonald. he is mentally preparing for the…

October 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 3) • Page Image 14

… territory. Once there, though, they were met by stiff resistance on the part of the Wolverine defense. Penn State's shots were batted away, and the ball was cleared outof theMichigan zone. Smith praised her…

… conference games, tallying just two goals over that span. The lack of offensive punch is due to the fact that last year, the Wolverines' top two scorers graduated. Kalli Hose and Keely Libby accounted for 41…

… of Michigan's 106 points in 1993. Last year's third-leading scorer, Aaleya Koreishi, has been moved to defense to aid the development of the Wolverines' youth. Koreishi, who tallied 13 points last year…

…, now leads the defensive corps which features five under- classmen. FINALLY, A 'W': Michigan's 1-0 defeat of Penn State yesterday marks the first time the Wolverines have defeated the Nittany Lions. The…

Wolverines now sport a 1-5 lifetime record against Penn State. The victory also ended a four-game losing skid for Michigan and gave goalkeeper Rachael Geisthardt her second shutout this season. The Wolverines

Wolverines' Julie Flachs scored at the 8:31 mark of the first half against Penn State, it marked a number of firsts. Flachs' goal was the first scored by Michigan at home FIELD HOCKEY NOTEBOOK against a…

… conference opponent. It also ended a scoring drought of 144 minutes and 37 seconds by the Wolverines. The span last through Michigan's past three games, against Penn State, Ohio State and Iowa. The last time…

… the Wolverines scored was on a Koreishi goal at 13:08 of the first half versus the Hawkeyes. Flachs' goal leaves her in third place in total points for Michigan this season. Junior Gia Biagi lead the…

…, meanwhile, have only gone 2-for-10 How- ever, Ohio State was much more successful than the Wolverines' second weekend opponent, Penn State. The Buckeyes converted on two of three attempts, while the Nittany…

…, the Wolverines were able to sing their fight song while jogging the celebratory victory lap for the first time against a conference foe. Michigan is now 1-3 in the Big Ten, with losses to Ohio State…

April 18, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 117) • Page Image 13

… the Wolverines to victories over two top 25 teams. She beat Jaimie Fouret from No. 24 Wisconsin in singles before teaming up with fellow Wolverine Jamie Fielding to beat Fouret and Stephanie Benz in…

… Canadiens i WBy RAVI GOPAL DAILY SPORTS WRITER What do Nadia Comaneci, Don Larsen and the Michigan men's rugby team all have in common? They all know how to be perfect. Saturday, the Wolverines proved…

… minutes. *After the Saints missed a penalty kick minutes into the game, the teams en- gaged in a see-saw battle over posses- sion of the ball. Then the Wolverine backstook over. Michigan out-center Ashby…

… the Wolverines led, 7-0. A TENNIS Continued from page 12 three wins. She eased past the Wild- cats' top player, Elisa Kim, 6-4, 6-2. Bojana Jankovic squeezed out a nuch-needed win at the No.2 singles…

April 07, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 109) • Page Image 11

…-to-back 14th-place finishes are not what Michigan women's golf coach Sue LeClair had envisioned when the Wolverines kicked off their spring season one week ago. However, that is just what LeClair has 'seen as…

… Michigan fol- lowed up its last place finish at South Carolina by finishing 14th in o the 16-team Indiana Women's Invitational Sunday. The Wolverines (353-350-348- 1051) outdistanced Bowling Green (1057) and…

…-2 career record against the Bulldogs and a 60-20-1 mark against the Titans. On top of that, Wolverine coach Bill Freehan has not lost to either team in his previous two seasons. HOME SWEET HOME: For a while…

…, it seemed as if the Wolverines would never get a chance to play in the friendly confines of Fisher Stadium. After 19 straight road games, Michigan's scheduled home opener against Saginaw Valley was…

… canceled because of snow. But a 'M' baseball looks for .500 week later, the weather cooperated and the Wolverines responded with a pair of victories over Eastern Michigan and Toledo. Michigan now has time…

January 07, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 52) • Page Image 9

… Mark Snyder Daily Sports Writer BLOOMINGTON - Brian Ellerbe is new to the Big Ten, so he deserves a break. But as for the rest of the Wolverines, they forgot the biggest fac- tor in a Michigan…

… playing time for the Wolverines. As the most experienced defenseman, Fox has been in a leadership position throughout the season. He is expected to turn himself in at the 48th District Court in Bloomfield…

December 04, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 47) • Page Image 11

… be a diffi- cult task. Not that the Wolverines are rly complaining. he prospect of the unknown just adds to the challenge of the NCAAs - which the Wolverines have tried the past 16 years to qualify for…

…. Heading into College Station, Tex., the only thing the Wolverines (20-I1) earrbe sure of is that the Owls have a 29- 4 record, which includes a 21-game win- ning-streak and a perfect 22-0 mark in the…

October 02, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

… 9A wSILJtcrn d, i...- - omen's golf fights the blues athome By Dan Lev For the Daily Michigan women's golf coach Kathy Teichert hopes there's no place like home for the Wolverines. After two tour…

… happen, we'll have trouble being competitive." Ax struggling women's golf team will look-to get on track this weekend when Michigan hosts its only tournament of the year, the Wolverine Invitational. 'Two…

… weeks ago at the Lady Northern I2Lte at Penn State, Michigan finished a ppointing 14th out of 16 teams. The p6of finish was especially frustrating for the-Wolverines, because it came a week after a…

Wolverine Invitational, but this year she hasn't been Wjfied with her scores. haven't been playing well, Park s4g"What I need is to gain confidence itOdyself. Once I do that, I'll probably -(better." .'ark…

… ourselves.' Michigan will be part of a 13-team field featuring five Big Ten teams, including last year's Wolverine fitational tournament champion, diana. The tournament will be played in a six…

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

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

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

November 20, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 37) • Page Image 9

… looked like it might be a repeat of the game played two years ago. On Michigan's last trip to Penn State, a late third quarter-early fourth quarter goal-line stand by the Wolverines turned out to the…

… the Wolverines recovered in the end zone for a touchback. This was Michigan's chance to take over. For the second time on the day, Penn State looked like it was primed for a score but forgot something…

March 29, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 105) • Page Image 19

…The Michigan Daily--Sports Monday-- March 29,1993 - Page 9 Michigan Hockey 1992-93 Veteran Wolverines on quest for * eighth national championship by Brett Forrest and Tim Rardin Daily Hockey…

… Writers The Michigan hockey team reached the NCAA semifinals for the second straight year with a 4-3 overtime victory over Wisconsin Saturday. Heading into Milwaukee, the Wolverines have already made this…

… against Ohio State March 6. Berenson is only the third Wolverine coach to achieve this feat. The Wolverines, who have been ranked No. 2 in the country for most of the season, also won their fifth straight…

… leads the nation in goals against average (2.32). (second from bottom) However, the Wolverines were again thwarted by Lake Superior in the CCHA playoffs, losing to the Lakers, 5-3, in the league…

… more than 40 on the sea- son, as the Wolverines were first in the league and are second in the na- tion in goals per game (6.02) In ad- dition, five players have scored at least 20 goals, and seven…

… different players were named CCHA Players of the Week. The Wolverines have improved their NCAA tournament showing in the last two years, making it to the quarterfinal round in 1991, and the semifinals last…

April 08, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 110) • Page Image 10

…*I Page 10-The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, April 8, 1992 WOLVERINE HITTERS SWEEP FERRIS STATE, 6-5, 9-3 Rain, B by Tim Rardin Daily Baseball Writer It was a case of 'better late than never…

…' yesterday for the Michigan baseball team. After a rain delay that nearly exceeded the length of the first game of their doubleheader with Ferris State, the Wolverines finally came away with with 6-5 and 9…

… can do." ulidogs Before the rains came, Michigan (13-14 overall) took advantage of the rare baseball-type weather. Chris Newton (2-2) worked four innings, allowing only four hits. The Wolverine bats…

… added three more runs in the fourth inning, but the weather would slow down the Wolverine of- can't stop Blue fense, as the game was delayed in the middle of the fifth. Two hours later, it was Ferris…

Wolverine offense exploded for a monstrous six-run fourth inning with five consecutive hits featuring everything except a home run. The Idoni show contin- ued, as the sophomore knocked home two runs in the…

… inning, and a total of three in the game behind two doubles and a single. Michigan would add three more runs before it was over, ending the sweep with 14 hits and a 9-3 victory. The Wolverines will play…

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…

May 18, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 121) • Page Image 13

… cheered the Wolverines on at the NCAA Regionals this past week- *d. But that might be OK with them. Michigan coach Carol Hutchins said ................. that the Alumni sofftb Field record crowd of 1…

…,452 Commentary made her team a - ---- little nervous this weekend. What wouldn't be OK, though, is for the Wolverines to think that simply making it to the Women's College rid Series is OK. "We're not gonna focus…

May 05, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 119) • Page Image 19

… Iowa (299). Park "should be one of best returnees for next year." Michigan coach Kathy 'eichert said. Park was the only bright spot in a disappointing tourna- ment for Michigan. The Wolverines finished…

… dead last in the Big Ten. Indiana, which finished with an 1,196, outpaced defend- ing champion Ohio State's second-place score of 1,209. Amy Talbot tied for 48th, finishing second amongst the Wolverines

January 30, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 66) • Page Image 13

… expect Red Berenson to be talking about boxing. Wait a minute, boxing? But the Wolverines' recent offensive difficulties against the neutral zone trap used by teams like Miami (Ohio) and Michigan State…

…. The Wolverines will travel back to Yost Ice Arena for their next game against the Fighting Irish tomorrow evening. Team after team in the CCHA has been reverting to the neutral zone trap, sending only…

January 29, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 65) • Page Image 15

… Ten ring, and everybody wants one." The key to what kind of momen- tum the Wolverines come out of this weekend with may turn out to be the game in Iowa City. Michigan is 8-2 overall and per- ect in the…

… Big Ten at home this sea- son.But away from Crisler it is a different story. Three out of Michigan's five losses have happened on the road. And the Wolverines didn't even come close against the Hoosiers…

December 08, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 49) • Page Image 15

…. g Not only did she move up two spots Ehe Wolverines' all-time scoring list, but sJe also moved up one spot on Michigan's all-time rebound list. F Going into this weekend's Duke Classic Tournament…

…, Johns had 868 career .points, which placed het 14th on the Wolverines' list. But Johns broke 14Ce 44 into the No. 12 spot *h a 13-point per- formance against Florida A&M on Saturday and a 20- point…

September 30, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…UT £idliau &Ie I Wolverines work double-time Michigan soccer scraps to victory over Indiana, 1-0, in 2 overtimes L By Dan Stillman Daily Sports Writer With 1:09 remaining in the second overtime…

…, frustration turned to joy for the Wolverines. Freshman Emily Schmitt scored to give the Michigan women's soccer team an exhilarating 1-0 victory over Indiana yesterday afternoon. Schmitt's goal earned the…

… second half and overtime periods. Michigan's best scoring chance in the first half came when a Wolverine headed a corner into the crossbar. Several other opportunities were thwarted by Indiana goalkeeper…

… goaltender Jessica Jones. Despite coming out and equaling Indiana's physicalness in the second half, the Wolverines' offensive frustrations continued. See HOOSIERS, Page 7B Freshman Mari Hoff and the…

Wolverines a overtime yesterday, 1-0. Michigan is now 'M' field Jhocke stuCk by Lions, 5-2 By Pranay Reddy aily Sports Writer It was all too simple a story that was played out yesterday afternoon at Ocker…

…, the only excitement you felt was your rush to the exits early in the second half. Michigan 38 UCLA 9 The seventh-ranked Wolverines built a 35-3 third-quarter lead and cruised to a surprisingly easy…

… UCLA (1-2). The Wolverines' total yardage was more than half of the 1,014 yards they had gained in the previous three games combined. "We'll find some things to work on, but I think this was best outside…

May 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 2) • Page Image 13

… games as the Wolverines claimed their second consecutive conference tournament title. They next host the NCAA regionals-. By Jam.. Goldstein out and coming back and just winning walked and Jason Alcaraz…

…, players hugged, here needing to win all four games this to left field, moving Beermann to parents rejoiced. weekend and we did it.'' third. After the Michigan baseball team Without Besco, the Wolverines

May 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 2) • Page Image 14

Wolverines from more chaos after striking out two to end the third after 11 Michigan State batters came to the plate. Michigan, however, kept on coming back. The Wolverines added two runs in the bottom of the…

… to have a chance - and they do it - it shows a lot of character" TheWolverines' closerJohn Arvai (3- 2) pitched the final two and two-thirds innings to pick up the win. He surren- dered one run on…

April 15, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 113) • Page Image 12

…2B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, April 15, 1996 TENNIS Wolverines stay in 1st place in Big Ten by sweeping Indiana, Ohio State By Richard Shin and 9-10 overall. Daily Sports Writer…

… The doubles point was won by the first two In April, the Michigan men's tennis team has doubles positions, as Wolverines Pusztai and We're in control of oup been like a rain shower to a May flower…

… in the third set nesota faced Penn State over the weekend in the The only matches the Hoosiers won were at No. tiebreaker. Gophers' last conference match. A Wolverine vic- 3 singles and third doubles…

… nately." will have one loss, and we will go in with the No. Gable of Indiana defeated the Wolverine tandem of Fortunately for the Wolverines, Pusztai's team- I seed in the Big Ten tournament." Jake Raiton…

… stay atop the conference. Just like last year's team, the Wolverines control their own destiny as they head into the final match. That's where Michigan hopes the simi- larities end. Last year, in the…

… tournament, Minnesota upset the top-seeded Wolver- ines in the finals. A victory against Iowa on April20 will lock up the top seed for Michigan in the Big Ten championships on April 25-28. STREAKING WOLVERINES

…: Michigan's top two doubles teams are worthy of the The Wolverines are coming off con- GoIGR&TuLA~iONS $raE4Ite.I title, "en feugo." The Wolverines' top team ofPeter Pusztai andJohn Costanzo have been "on…

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…

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

December 08, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 49) • Page Image 9

…'s basketball team, it's the play that decided their biggest game of the young season. When the Wolverines were trailing No. 15 Duke by one point with 15 seconds left yesterday, Michigan coach Sue Guevara called…

…:58 remaining, Duke forward Peppi Browne had missed a free throw, giving the Wolverines the ball, down by three. And Guevara called her favorite play - Detroit. 9his time, Thorius found Johns for the layup…

November 03, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 26) • Page Image 17

… from the Michigan volleyball team's match yesterday against Michigan State was that the Wolverines wrapped up the State Pride Battle over the Spartans for the first time since 1993, winning the state…

… flag as a result. The bad news from yesterday's game as far as the Wolverines are concerned was its result - losing to the Spartans in four games, 15-13, 15-3, 8-15, 15-12. Due to a resounding victory a…

October 27, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 21) • Page Image 16

…6B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 27, 1997 Don't panic: Michigan's seaso JOHN KRAFT/Daily Greg Crozier and the rest of the Wolverines will have to improve their defense and special…

… expecting the Wolverines to pick up exactly where they left off last year.t "I'd rather lose 10 games att the beginning of the year ...- and win a national champi- onship, than go 30-0 and lose the last two…

October 14, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 12) • Page Image 10

…10- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 14, 1997 1M iers grew up against Gophers Y i V By Chris Farah Daily Sports Writer The Wolverines had heard it all before. From the media, from the fans and…

… it had relied for four years? The Wolverines were young; they werel inexperienced; they didn't know the system yet, and it would ~ probably take time for them to develop a win-! ning chemistry. How…

September 29, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

… traveled to Champaign on Saturday for the Illinois Invitational with high expectations, and it delivered. Although the field was not the strongest the Wolverines will face this season, Michigan convincingly…

… week was no different. The duo finished so close to each other, they shared the same time. Sullivan was awarded the first place finish over Mortimer, both finishing with a time of 30:15. The Wolverines

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

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

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

November 27, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 41) • Page Image 10

… Crisler Arena, there is a sign that says, "Fatigue Makes Cowards Of Us All. Fatigue Can Conquer You or You Can Conquer Fatigue." Those will be words to live by as the the Wolverines head to Wisconsin for…

… morn- ing to 10 at night. That's a long 14 hours." The No. 10 Wolverines will be facing national power- houses such as No.1 Iowa and No. 4 Iowa State. With the challenge ahead of them, the Wolverines are…

… invitational in Kalamazoo, Michigan was able to win its first tournament since hosting the Dominos Pizza Wolverine Classic in 1983. The Western Michigan trophy was brought home to Ann Arbor on the backs of…

…. Freshman Thomas provided stellar play as Michigan's off-guard, averaging 14.5 points in the tournament. But after facing mediocre talent, the Wolverines may face their first real non-conference test. against…

…, scoring 16 points in its 89-86 victory over North Carolina-Greensboro. If the Wolverines get past a depleted Virginia Tech, they will head to the winner's bracket of the Classic to face the winner of Friday…

…'s Hawaii- Pittsburgh contest. However, should Michigan drop its first game, the Wolverines will play in the loser's bracket, facing the Hawaii-Pittsburgh loser. The marquee matchup in the tournament could be…

…/Daily Amy Johnson and the Wolverines will take their 3-0 start to the beaches and sun- shine of Hawaii this weekend at the 18th Annual Rainbow Classic in Honolulu. Spikers finish up with Iowa, Illini K'9…

October 28, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 21) • Page Image 14

…68 - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - October 28, 1996 M' soccer shells fill-in Dayton goalkeeper on way to 3-0 win 'V.> 4 -'--,- -ft By Mike Rubi For the Daily The Michigan Wolverines may…

… offense." The Wolverines (3-3-1 Big Ten, 7-6-3 overall) dominated play over Dayton (9-8-0), potting two goals in the opening stanza and an insurance goal in the final period. Michigan forward Ruth Poulin…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 16

… may be important, but as the Michigan women's soccer team found out, practice makes perfect. With four of their top five scorers returning, the Wolverines have the firepower to win games. But the…

… upperclassmen and the team's newest additions are still adapting to each other. Against Butler Saturday, the Wolverines could not seem to find a comfortable rhythm. Their 2-0 loss to the Bulldogs largely came at…

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

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

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

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

December 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 41) • Page Image 9

… said. The intellectual stimulation that the Wolverines seek won't be found in Harvard's libraries, however. It will be found in the pool as they take on the Crimson, Boston Uni- Oversity and No. 13…

… Florida in the Harvard Invitational. Yet, only half of the Wolverines will be heading east. Michigan is also swimming at the Eastern Michi- gan Invitational tomorrow and Sat- urday. The contingent going to…

September 08, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 119) • Page Image 65

… Michigan senior co-captain Brian Harper said that the Wolverines were not a team that would do well in dual meets, but would be in the thick of things come playoff time. He probably had no idea at the time…

… just how right he was. Michigan struggled to a 1-7 Big Ten record and was just 6-9 overall; the records could be attributed to one thing: injuries. On Jan. 8 the Wolverines lost 126 pounder Brandon Howe…

… teams. EVAN Wolverine Steve King was one of many on the Michigan squad with injury problems during the 1993-94 season. the loss of Hamden. "Two-thirds of our team is walk-ons and youjust can'twin like…

… things began to look up for Michigan. The Wolverines' first postseason stop was Iowa City and the Big Ten Championships. While the host Hawkeyes were seek- ing a record 21-straight championships, the…

Wolverines were searching for re- spect. Both accomplished what they were looking for. Michigan finished fourth, above four teams that had beaten them in dual meets during the regular season. The Wolverines

January 05, 1994 (vol. 104, iss. 52) • Page Image 17

… and could surpass Mark Churella (41 falls) on the career list this Saturday when the Wolverines hostFerris State, Morgon State and Eastern Michigan. Michigan moved up one spot to a No. 4 ranking in the…

… latest Amateur Wrestling News poll released Dec. W2. The Wolverines were one of six Big Ten schools ranked in the Top 25 including No. 3 Iowa, No. 6 Penn State, No. 9 Minnesota, No. 15 Wis- consin and No…

October 28, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 21) • Page Image 16

… blew away the Michigan field hockey team's thoughts of revenge and its glimering hopes of an NCCA tournament bid this week- end in Iowa City. The Wolverines dropped their weekend matches to No. 4 Iowa…

…:24 left in the game. Goalie Donna Barg turned away four Wolverine shots to record the shutout for the Wildcats. "We had a couple of good indi- vidual performances, but we didn't play well as a team today…

… Hawkeyes' 2-0 over- time victory in Ann Arbor two weeks ago. During that game the Wolverines had three goals disal- lowed. The match's extremely close nature left a bad taste with the highly ranked Hawkeyes…

…. "I think revenge was a definite factor for Iowa," Michigan assis- tant coach Meri Demrow said. "Iowa is a very tough place to play with 400 fans yelling 'Go Hawks' for the entire game." The Wolverines

… were able to stay with the Hawkeyes for most of the first half, gaining hope of an up- set. Lisa Sweeny gave the Hawkeyes a 1-0 lead six minutes into the game. However, the Wolverines' defense tightened…

… Fowler broke the tie for the Hawkeyes with eight minutes to play in first half, giving them a 2-1 halftime advantage. Goalie Nicole Hoover was able to keep the Wolverines in the game with 18 saves, but the…

… Hawkeyes outshot the Wolverines, 15-0, in the second half. In the end, Iowa's of- fensive pressure proved to be too much as Heather Bryant and Jamie Rofrano recorded second half goals, giving the Hawkeyes…

… represent the state of Michigan in regional play. However, an experienced Wolverine squad held on for the victory, improving its record to 6-4. "We played a spectacular game," captain John Swis said. "Six…

… guys went to a camp for the 'M' select side, so a lot of players had to fill in." The Wolverines scored oneach of their first three trys, opening up a twelve-point advantage. However, " 1 a victory the…

March 18, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 113) • Page Image 12

…'s last minute goal didn't seem to give the Wolverines the momentum swing going into the third period that Cornell received from its score at the end of the first. The Big Red outshot the Wolverines 13 to…

… two in the final term and took Michi- gan into overtime. After Stewart had put the Wolverines up, 4-3, Michigan's first power play goal in eighteen attempts, Cornell's barrage of third period shots hit…

… victory by Jeni Durst Daily Hockey Writer The end of his Michigan career came a little sooner than expected for Wolverine senior Jim Ballantine. The center was hospitalized after suffering a lacerated…

… Saturday's matchup hurt the Wolverines. The Big Red tallied three of their four goals on the power play. Team members, however, are trying to rally around the misfortune instead of letting it bring them down…

… sort of gives us the idea we should be doing something for the old guy." BACK TO BACK: Michigan's loss to Cornell Friday night was the Wolverines first consecutive loss of the season. Michigan lost it…

…'s previous matchup to Lake Superior in the CCHA Playoff Finals. The previous back-to-back losses were suffered versus Bowling Green in a Jan. 12-13 series last year. The Wolverines had gone 59 games without…

…-season matchups. The@ frosh was one of three Wolverines named to the CCHA All-Rookie team and has a total of eight goals and 11 assists on the season. CROWD UPDATE: The Michigan crowd, which gained campus…

…-wide renown this season for its "See-ya" cheer, again displayed its sharp wit. Friday night, the Wolverine fans noticed the Cornell crowd bowing to Big Red goalie Jim Crozier every time he made an important…

…-of-three series. The Wolverines lost the third game0 of the CCHA Playoff first round to Western Michigan, 10-1 in 1987-88. In 1988-89, Michigan dropped the third game of first-round action with Bowling Green in…

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