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May 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

… whole new meaning; it describes the offensive portion of the Wolverines' latest efforts on the diamond. Yesterday the Michigan bats made nary a sound as the Toledo Rockets handed the Wolverines a 3-2 loss…

… in 12 innings at Fisher Stadium. The Wolverines now stand at 31-14 on the season. MICHIGAN COULD muster only six hits in the contest, and Wolverine coach Bud Middaugh was so concerned about the…

… to beat good clubs we're going to have to take better cuts." The Wolverines stayed close throughout the game, though, as Toledo was also having its hitting woes. The Rockets garnered two unearned runs…

… with the loss and is 1-1 on the year. IT TOOK A fine effort for the Wolverines to send the game into extra innings, as the Michigan offense finally came to life in the bottom of the ninth. Shortstop…

… clinched the game for the Rockets. The Wolverines currently occupy first place in the Big Ten's Eastern, Division with a 9-3 record. Michigan took three of four from Purdue last weekend to solidify that…

… position. The loss to the Boilermakers, which came in the third game of the series, snapped a ten-game Wolverine winning streak. Michigan's victims during the streak included Indiana, Cleveland State…

…, Detroit, Ferris State and Purdue. GERRY HOOL, Paciorek, Sabo, Greg Schulte and Miller continue to vie for the Michigan batting crown. Following yesterday's action, Sabo leads the Wolverines with a .354…

…- Foster, LP- Bartlett HR-nKubacki 73-71; irsts I E I 0 Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM MICHIGAN SHORTSTOP Tony Evans crosses the plate in the ninth inning yesterday for the Wolverines' first run in its game…

…, Wool folk shines with two By JOE CHAPELLE Indiana squeaked by the Michigan men's track team, 73-71, in a dual meet held in Ann Arbor last Saturday. Despite the team's loss, several Wolverines turned in…

November 08, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 28) • Page Image 11

… advance to the semifinals of today's Big Ten tournament, the Wolverines will ave to do something that they haven't one in two years - beat Penn State. While this may not sound like a tough task for a…

… Michigan team that has improved all season, consider this: t In the previous eight meetings between Penn State and Michigan, the Lady Lions hold a 7-1 edge, most recently, beating the Wolverines, 7-3, on Oct…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 69

… Michi- gan women's volleyball team usually has anslated into reflecting on the previous season and looking forward to the next. But not this year for the Wolverines. Michigan competed in its second…

…-ever postseason tournament - the National Intercollegiate Volleyball Championship - and won two games against Massa- chusetts and Arkansas. Losses to Butler abd San Diego eliminated the Wolverines from tournament…

March 15, 2010 (vol. 120, iss. 109) • Page Image 11

… Winnett made a move at the Fresh off of their sweep of No. 2 point, jumped into the slot and bur- seed Michigan State, the Wolverines ied a wristshot to tie the game. lined up and faced the glass in Munn…

… second period circle - could do was hang their that ended with a 16-1 shot advan- heads as they waited to salute their tage for the Wolverines. half-empty arena. As the Spartans headed into the It was a…

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…

February 08, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 75) • Page Image 9

… worst effort of the season. You would think with the Wolverines' struggles in scor- ing more than three goals on a given night, that they would batten down the hatches on defense, and use the contest…

… that looked like it was falling asleep in a front-row church pew. Something is very scary about these Wolverines. Good teams can get away with subpar performances, especially against conference weaklings…

November 13, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 31) • Page Image 13

… tryouts this year, Rothstein said. The Wolverines look forward to both the challenge of fierce competition and to winning expectations. They are going to be a tough team to compete against. "Michigan will…

… to beat:' Although they have performed well during the fall season, the Wolverines say it is due to preparation, hard work, enthusiasm and dedication. The Wolverines look forward to a successful…

… the look- out for the next "Great Wolverine,"and the recruiting process is a tireless job for the Michigan coaching staff. "Feb. 8 is the signing date, but we are constantly looking around the country…

… for prospective recruits," Belkin said. "The Midwest and the East Coast have been particularly good areas." Just because the season is over does not mean the work is over. The Wolverines will start…

March 18, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 93) • Page Image 13

… thinking that 11 games in Texas over spring break would pre- pare the squad for this weekend's ree-game series in Oklahoma. But after their performance against the Sooners, the Wolverines seemed to leave…

… more than working equipment to beat Oklahoma this weekend. The Sooners completed a three- ame sweep of the Wolverines with a 13-8 win in Norman, Okla., yester- day. This followed Friday's 14-2 drub- bing…

… more in the sixth. Wolverine freshman J.J. Putz pitched well in relief of Steinbach, striking out one and walking one in two and one-third innings, while al- lowing no runs. But the performance of the…

… game came from Oklahoma starting pitcher Brian Shackelford, who, after hold- ing Michigan to four hits through eight innings, took a 7-2 lead into the ninth inning. For the Wolverines, Cervenak hit his…

… Luke Bonner was one of the few bright spots for the Wolverines. Bonner scattered six hits over the final five innings, and three of the four runs scored against him were unearned. All told, 10 different…

…." Berenson says. "the teams that have hosted it haven't won." One such team was last year's Wisconsin squad, which lost to the Wolverines in the quarterfinals. The Badgers still got to host Michigan, though…

…, despite having an inferior record, a worse seed and a loss to the Wolverines earlier that season. And even though the Wolverines don't face the Spartans, they'll still be at a huge disadvantage. In the 1994…

… West Regional at East Lansing, a raucous, anybody-but-Michigan crowd cheered on Lake Superior State (whose band, incidentally, played Michigan State's fight song) to victory over the Wolverines. So what…

January 23, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 62) • Page Image 5

… mired in last place in the Big Ten, winless after four conference games. Needless to say, the Wolverines have not had much to write home about. After an exceptional showing in the Seattle Times…

…-Husky Classic, where the Wolverines upset one top 20 team and came within five points of beating another, emotions and expectations were running high entering conference play. However, after a pair of…

… better in each contest like they did in the Husky Classic instead of regressing through the Big Ten sea- son. It's time for Michigan to show its true colors. Wolverine Char Durand drives around an…

…'opponent last season. Durand and the Wolverines hope to increase their level of intensity for the remainder of their schedule. Michigan faces Northwestern and Minnesota this weekend. BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK Starting…

March 14, 1972 (vol. 82, iss. 122) • Page Image 9

…Tuesday, March 'l 4, 197 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine IT uesday, March 14, 1 972. THE MICHIGAN DAILY I Wolverines end disappointing year -Daily-Mort Noveck MICHIGAN'S HENRY WILMORE goes up…

… break, the Wolverine Cagers managed to really blow it, losing two of their three vacation contests. The two losses smashed any chance for a conference title or a post-season tournament bid. By far, the…

… most damaging de- feat was against Michigan State. The Wolverines were hovering be- hind Ohio State and Minnesota by a half games in the Big Ten Race, but couldn't come up with quite enough against the…

Wolverines took several six yr Sioux:H atingseniors, tried to explain Michigan's pathetic state in for- eign arenas. "We always seem to get behind early, and it's almost that we ex- pect to lose." Straub…

… assessed. THE ANN ARBOR LEFT- winger hit it right on the nose as the Wolverines fell behind 5-0 ; after only one period of the ser- ies at Grand Forks. It was very loose defensive play by the Wol- verines…

… with Bob Falconer scoring on a clean breakaway. In the seven minute man ad- vantage, the Wolverines could on- ly muster four shots on goal. But it must be admitted that Michi- gan was not at full…

… changed hands several times in the second half and the Wolverines held an 86-81 lead with about five minutes to go. But State outscored the Wolverines 14- 6 the rest of the way for the win. Michigan center…

… Ken Brady was taken out of the game with about eight minutes left, and he never returned. Brady was having one of his best afternoons of the sea- son, and Wolverine coach Johnny Orr's decision to keep…

Wolverines ran out to an early 11-2 lead and kept a comfortable margin through the entire first half, despite a few lapses of sloppy play. Big Ten Standings FINAL Michigan really ran the Badgers off the…

March 25, 2013 (vol. 123, iss. 88) • Page Image 14

… in the NCAA Tournament, where the Wolverines would have landed with a win in Sunday's title game. The Fighting Irish dodged a bullet in Fairbanks. They dodged a more dangerous one on Sunday. Jacob…

…' throats. Somewhere along the way, Michigan redeemed itself, Coach Red Berenson said he began to see a change in early February, when the Wolverines played at Notre Dame. The signs of improvement were there…

… poster- ity with a quick detour in South Bend along the way, Michigan dipped into the tunnel. But not before Moffie said goodbye to the Wolverine faithful, who hoped to see ateam that was once 10-18 punch…

… a dime on his way to the bench and diving back toward the crease to stop the empty-net goal that sealed the Wolverines' fate, had fallen short. Moffie's goodbye as he stepped off the ice for the last…

…. Everybody except for the peo- ple in the locker room gave up on this team. Don't feel bad for them. Beren- son said all year that this team was going to earn its fate. If the Wolverines didn't make the NCAA…

…. The Wolverines would either win and make a 23rd-consecutive NCAA Tournament, or lose and go home. And the CCHA's final Champi- onship game at Joe Louis Arena didn't disappoint. It was either tied or a…

… shots on net, falling 3-1. For the first time since 1990, the Wolverines will not be playing in the NCAA Tournament. The Wolverines started out Sunday's game like it ended a day earlier, when it bombarded…

… No. 3 2C I The Streak, March 25, 2013 Miami (Ohio), 6-2, by dominating the play and controlling the puck in Notre Dame territory. But after the first shift was over, the Wolverines rarely controlled…

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…

March 30, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 106) • Page Image 12

… it without playing a home game. The Wolverines have played at the home parks of some of the top teams in the country including No. 4 Pepperdine and No. 17 Texas A&M. Michigan coach Geoff Zahn and…

… company are hoping to improve on last year's disappointing, 21-27-1 record. In his three years at the helm of the Wolverines, Zahn has accumulated a 81-79-1 record. In 1997, he was named Big Ten Coach of…

… recipient of last year's Ray Fisher Award, which is given annually to the most valuable Wolverine player. Last season Cervenak led the Wolverines in batting average (.385), home runs (13), RBI's (50), hits…

… (79), runs (42), total bases (135), and doubles (17), and played in all 49 of the Wolverines games. Entering the season, Cervenak ranked sixth all-time on Michigan's career hit list with 206 (the record…

… is 267 by Ken Hayward, 1982- 85). Scales is the the Wolverines' vocal leader. Last season, the switch-hitting Scales earned the Wolverine Award for spirit and leadership. Scales was not too shabby at…

Wolverines will start at least three others seniors in the field in first base- man Bryan Besco and outfielders Jason Alcarez in rightfield and Brian Bush in center. Senior Mike Seestedt will battle for the…

… position at shortstop, and senior Dan Sanborn will compete with junior Rob Bobeda for leftfield action. Even if the Wolverines are successful at the plate this year, the key to the sea- son will lie in their…

January 14, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 59) • Page Image 8

…, there is only one option for Michigan's track teams. Hold a track meet inside. The Wolverines will host Indiana, Michigan State and Kansas this Saturday at noon in the. Indoor Track Building. The meet…

… will be the sec- ond for both teams in the indoor season. The women's team got off to a positive start by winning its first meet of the year at the Wolverine Invitational. Although the meet was a non…

… Michigan junior Jay Cantin took first in the 800. Cantin, an All-American, will look to lead the young squad of Wolverines this weekend. FILE PHOTO The Michigan men's tennis team will rely on the experience…

… of players like senior lake Raiton as well as its talented freshman crop In the Big Ten singles championship. The meet will be the Wolverines' first opportunity to see how they stack up against Big Ten…

… it hosts Purdue tomorrow and travels to No. 2 Georgia on Saturday. The Wolverines will face the oppo- nents with a lineup that has been rid- dled with injuries in the past few months. The Wolverines

… created by these injuries makes it difficult for the team to compete in dual meets. But the Wolverines are trying not to worry about their win/loss record in dua meets. Instead, the team is preparing for…

… being able to hold meets and practices in their own pool makes scheduling difficult for the Wolverines, they have tried not to let it bother them. "There is no point in getting frustrat- ed and upset…

…, because it doesn't help things," Richardson said. Richardson said the back-to-back nature of the meet poses a problem fo. Michigan this weekend because of its thin lineup. The Wolverines have to choose…

… Saturday. Georgia is also the strongest oppo- nent the Wolverines have faced this season. Last weekend, Georgia defeat ed No. 1 Stanford soundly, most likely ascending to the No. 1 ranking when the new poll…

… Illinois-Chicago. The meet will be run in Olympic order, with each team receiving one bye round to rest and pre- pare for the next event. The Wolverines' order of competition will be: high bar, bye round…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 18

Wolverines will be playing to stay on top of the Big Ten conference standings and defend last season's conference championship. On the opposite sideline, the Spartans are salivating to test their newly found…

… of our games to be conference champs," Michigan senior captain Amy Philbrook said. "Beating them athome would be big." -hilbrook said that the Wolverines will focus on playing all 70 minutcs of Sunday…

… annual Wolverine Interregional, which begins at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday. It consists of several hills, some of which are short and steep, some of which are long and grad- ual. The shifting landscape forces…

…-America John Mortimer. The Wolverines will take their knowledge and their strength into this week's Interregional, where they hope to continue their winning ways. They have at least tied for first in their past…

… meets. This weekend, the Wolverines are running on the course they know better than anyone, in front of family and fans that want and expect them to win. As far as being in front of the home crowd, the…

… team has good incentive to perform well. History shows that the Wolverines shouldn't need much in the way of motivation, though. They have won the event two of the past five times it's been run (it wasn…

Wolverines went on to win Big Tens just weeks later. They are looking for similar results this year. All along, Michigan coach Ron Warhurst and his play- ers have been stressing that the most important parts…

… of the season are Big Tens and the NCAA Championships, both of which are yet to come. "Every meet is a stepping stone to those two," Mortimer said. Clearly, the Wolverines are looking ahead to the big…

March 30, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 102) • Page Image 12

… Unk Daily Sports WriterHockey During the first intermission, things didn't Notebook look good for the Wolverines. Trailing 2-0 with just a minute to play in the first period, Matt Herr was given a two…

…-minute minor for slashing. One minute later, Andrew Merrick was called for boarding and given a five- minute major and a game misconduct. So, during the intermission, the Wolverines found themselves down two…

… and Kosick were named to the all-West Regional team. HEART ATTACK HOCKEY: Michigan's 2-1 victory over Princeton on Friday night and its 4-3 victory over North Dakota on Saturda) were the Wolverine's 15…

…th and 16th one-goal victories on the seas The previous Michigan record for one-goal victories in a season 10. The Wolverines are 16-4 in one-goal games this season. And Michigan's experience in close…

January 21, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 59) • Page Image 9

… ugly, but Michigan takes Big Ten By Dan Stillman Daily Sports Writer What a difference a year makes. Last season, the Wolverines, on their home court, watched Minnesota cut down the nets in celebration…

… Minnesota 57 won, 65-57, ulead notching its eighth victory in nine games and taking sole possession of first place in the con- ference - at least for now. The Wolverines (15-4) sit on top of the Big Ten…

April 17, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 114) • Page Image 10

… - Another mid-week, non-conference game, and another loss for the Michigan baseball team. Yesterday, Western Michigan handed the Wolverines their fifTh mid-week loss, 7-1. Ironically, the Broncos are one of…

… only two teams that Michigan (22-14) has beaten in weekday games. Usually, the Wolverines point to poor pitching as their biggest concern, but it looks like the Big Ten leaders might have 'a whole new…

December 10, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 48) • Page Image 15

… over Eastern Michigan and defending national champion, Texas. The upset of No. I Texas will carry the Wolverines into their annual training camp Dec. 21 through Jan. 7 in Perth. After the three-week camp…

…, the Wolverines return to action against highly-ranked opponents No. 3 Stanford January 10 and No. 10 California on Jan. 11. The training camp is an annual event that is used to build team unity which is…

November 15, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 33) • Page Image 11

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 15, 1996 -11 The matchups: After Purdue, Blue can only get better Pollyanna Johns and the Wolverines will try to rebound from last season's 7-20 record. The…

Wolverines start off the season against the Slovak Republic tonight in an exhibition game at Criser Arena. Changes for women cagerS begin tonight By Ryan White Daily Sports Writer If Michigan holds true to…

November 11, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 29) • Page Image 21

…- cool off a Penn State team that is on pable in the past three weeks, winning ire. its three matches entering the tourna- Instead, the sixth-seeded Wolverines ment. Two Lions captured Big Ten got burned…

…. Player of the Week honors for the week In front of 106 fans, the third-seeded ending Nov. 3. Lady Lions struck for four first-half On offense, McGuire captured the goals, defeating the Wolverines, 4-1, to…

October 24, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 19) • Page Image 15

… said, 'Well, you could go visit the pipeline."' When the Wolverines are not debat- mg whether to go see some oil, they will be trying to notch their fourth win in as many games. R Madden comes into…

… tonight's confer- cne duel as Michigan's hottest player. The senior center, who is tied for the team lead in goals and points, scored two goals in the Wolverines' 3-0 victory over Maine one week ago. The…

September 09, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 124) • Page Image 16

…. Mortimer finished 37th at the national championships last season and expectations are high for another successful year. He will have to have an impressive season if the Wolverines are to over- come the loss…

… Cantin are part of a young Wolverine squad that features only five seniors on its 23-man ros- ter. While inexperience would seem to be a factor this season, Warhurst sees the team as extremely developed…

… despite the lack of college experi. ence. The Wolverines will have to be at their best if they are to have a top finish in Kansas. The Jayhawk Invitational will fea- ture No.1 Arkansas. Women cruise, 19…

… defeated Michigan State on Saturday, 19-42, in its first meet of hampion the season. e to an The Wolverines dominated the leaderboard, taking five of the top etty good seven scoring positions. sas (the…

Wolverines, while sophomore Katie nd-place McGregor (18:49) followed in fourth. ass coun- In fact, four of Michigan's top five finishers were freshmen. anada is "For an opening meet, they were atly this good…

Wolverines are counting on per- formances like this past weekend's by their freshmen, as 12 members of the squad are first-year runners and five are redshirt sophomores. The three Michigan seniors, captain…

… Jennifer Barber, Molly Lori and Tanya Manson, did not run against th Spartans. Another Wolverine who did not par- ticipate in the dual meet, freshman Julie Froud, is waiting for her ;final transcript to come…

… through the NdAA clearinghouse. "There's no problem with (Froid)," McGuire said. "She's academically eligible, the transcript just has to be sent." The Wolverines travel to Kansas for the Jayhawk…

… Invitational next we end. The Michigan men's cross country team grabbed the top four finishes in Saturday's Michigan Open, despite rain and mud. The Wolverines are gearing up for the Jayhawk invitational in…

… *FRAMESETS -SUSPENSION FORKS eCLOTHING & ACCESSORIES -DARTS & SUPPLIES *REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES. *WRITTEN ESTIMATES *WHEEL BUtN i eFREE TEST. RDES- Wolverines regroup from season-opening loss IITANItt…

September 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 117) • Page Image 27

… schedule with a bang as it thumped Toledo 15-4, 15-10, 15-4 at Cliff Keen Arena last night. The Wolverines (3-1) were coming off a strong showing at the Georgia Invitational. Although they had lost their…

… last match to No.20 Georgia, Michigan took two out of the three games in the tournament and was looking to con- tinue its hot start to the season. The match started out in favor of the Wolverines as…

January 13, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 56) • Page Image 13

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 13, 1995 - 13 Blue women hope to silence Lions' roar in Happy Valley The Wolverines have had their troubles in the lower weight classes all season, including…

… over No. 6 Michigan State. With the tough Big Ten schedule in full swing for the Wolverines, Michigan coach Dale Bahr is confident. "That win against Michigan State really bolstered our feeling toward…

… in the country, but we need to get those lower weights to pull through." At 142 pounds, Wolverine senior Mike Ellsworth faces a crucial match against No. 2 John Hughes, who holds a 21-2 record. It is…

… Daily Basketball Writer The Michigan women's basketball team invades No. 12 Penn State Sun- day missing one of its primary weap- ons - surprise. After the Wolverines knocked off Big Ten foes Michigan…

Wolverines are a much stronger team this season. "Nothing will be easy (Sunday)," Coleman said. "They are a young, improving team," Penn State coach Rene Portland said. "Now that Michigan has broken their…

… losing streak, they are even more dangerous. We have to protect our house." The Wolverines (2-2 Big Ten, 7-7 overall) will attempt to end another streak Sunday. If Penn State (1-2, 9-3) defeats…

… Northwestern tonight, it will bring a 19-game home-winning streak into its match with Michigan. Coach Trish Roberts is optimistic about the Wolverines' chances. "In the Big Ten, any team can beat any other team…

… on any given night," Roberts said. "Last year, teams looked at us as an automatic win." Last season, Michigan was an auto- matic win. The Wolverines were 0-18 in the conference. The Lions, however…

March 18, 1993 (vol. 103, iss. 98) • Page Image 9

…. That's right - wait for the re- sults. Though the event ended last Friday, the Wolverines left the na- tional ski finals at Squaw Valley, Calif., with no clue where they placed among the 19 competing…

… St. Olaf, a team from the Wolverines' region, taking home second-place honors. Michigan placed 11th in the slalom and 16th in the giant slalom. No in- dividual results were available. "It was kind of…

…. Other Wolverines expressed the sentiment that the loss of their top skier affected more than just their scoring. "Amy had kind of led us this season, and when she hurt her knee, and then (Wolverine skier…

… out of competition. The waiting also came into play with regard to the course conditions, which the Wolverines said were new to them after skiing on short, cold- 'The course was reall y different from…

… forced the Wolverines to change their skiing style. "We had to ski completely differ- ently on each run," Shorter said, "and that was tough to get used to. "It was disappointing, but things like this…

… happen. Bad days come along, and unfortunately we had two in a row at the national champi- onships. All we can do is be excited for next year." So after the waiting is finally over and the Wolverines have…

… unanimity of the people's poll. Everybody, including Jalen, believes that the Wolverines have a date on Bourbon Street in early April. by Elisa Sneed7 Early Tuesday morning, the Michigan men's golf team…

… back nine on the additional holes, the scores from those holes were thrown out. After the first day of play Michigan's Blue squad - the top Wolverine team - was in sixth place with an 18-hole team total…

… of 328, just 18 shots behind the leader, Ball State (310). Four of the five Wolverines from the Blue team had tallied scores in the 80's - Carson (82), sophomore Bill Lyle (83) and seniors Anthony…

… holes, two of them Wolverines. Senior David Hall, of the Michigan Blue team, and soph- omore Chris Brockway, playing on the Michigan Maize (the second Michigan team) both chalked up 79's for the…

September 10, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 121) • Page Image 70

… of co Jim Richardson, the Michigan w en's swimming and diving team Big Ten, 9-2 overall) won its precedented sixth straight BigI title last year. The WolverinesI ished seventh out of 42 teams in NCAA…

… Championships. Going into its winter breakI to California, Michigan was un feated. However, Michigan fel both UCLA and South California. The Wolverines finished out season with a sweep, capping it m a home…

September 05, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 141) • Page Image 61

… season was like a roller coaster, and when the ride finally stopped, the Wolverines (15=9 in the Big Ten, 36-19 overall) finished the season in third place in their conference. Despite the inconsistency of…

… the squad's play, 'Wolverine coach Carol Hutchins was pleased with the overall performance. "We had an excellent season,"' she said. "We just had a couple of bad days that cost us early." Indeed, if not…

… for one lost week-. end against Big Ten champion Iowa, Michigan would have had a legiti mate chance at winning the confer.- ence. However, the Wolverines scored only one run in four games that weekend…

…- appointment with a doubleheader sweep against Michigan State. "That was a big win," Hutchins said. "We needed to bounce back." Another important series 'took place at Northwestern, where the Wolverines 'took…

… Ten cham- pion, a reputation which came into question after the Wolverines' dis- appointing 1989-90 season. The 1989-90 team lost five of its six singles players, including Malavai Washington, who is…

… now on the professional circuit. The Wolverines' 11-15 finish marked coach Brian Eisner's first losing sea- son in his 21 years at Michigan. The 1990-91 season began with the opposite scenario. Most of…

… the singles lineup consisted of return- ing players. After frosh Brakus de- buted at No. 2, the remainder of the singles players moved down a posi- tion. The Wolverines were confident that their talent…

… getting it together," Brakus said. "We knew they were playing the best they could." Expectations for a laugher were substantiated in the Wolverines' next Big Ten match, as they de- feated Northwestern, 5…

… their weekend matches, losing to Indiana and win- ning at Ohio State. The next weekend was similar as the Wolverines defeated Iowa, but lost to Minnesota, both by 5-4 scores. Eisner considers the Iowa…

… regular season, tourney '. J UAJ " " , As a sophomore righthander, Kelly Forbis helped pitch the Wolverine softball squad to a third-place finish in the Big Ten. Were it not for a lost weekend against the…

March 27, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 120) • Page Image 10

…, Russia. He will begin his 11-day sojourn tomorrow. Instead of a formal tryout, the team's organizers called Michigan coach Red Berenson about their interest in Tamer. Fellow Wolverine defender Pat Neaton…

… college players, including Michigan State goaltender Mike Gilmore. OLYMPIC DREAMS: While Tamer will be facing international compe- tition next week, other Wolverines may have similar agendas in the future…

… Sagiaw -ter by David Schechter Daily Baseball Writer Yesterday's game between Michigan and Saginaw Valley State looked a lot like Hulk Hogan kicking sand in Pee Wee Herman's face. The Wolverines

… massacred the Falcons, 12-2, at Fisher Stadium with a superior squad of more tal- ented players. Dennis Konuszewski steered the Wolverines from the mound. As Konuszewski opened the game, he rifled six…

…. "It was predetermined that Dennis Konuszewski was going to pitch five innings," Freehan said. "And it went down exactly as we had planned." After the Wolverines took a commanding lead, Freehan had the…

… said. At one point, the substitutions almost seemed like an unfair ad- vantage. In the ninth inning, Freehan's best closing pitcher, Todd Marion, took the mound. But the Wolverines were not showing off…

…-run homer. The Wolverines are slated to play Western Michigan today at 3 p.m. in Fisher Stadium. Freehan hopes today's game will reveal to him what he's been looking for a middle-relief pitcher. ol II…

Wolverine Scott Timmerman receives congratulations after hitting a three-run homer in the fifth inning of Michigan's 12-2 victory. _ _ Fundamentals key spik I DyIm *olar Daily Sports Writer Some habits…

… hustle have become second-nature to the Wolverines, enabling them to rout Notre Dame, 15-4, 15-8, 15-2. Michigan's hitting was impecca- ble but its passing left something to be desired while the opposite…

… held true for Notre Dame. These two as- pects cancelled each other out, leav- ing the door open for the Wolverines' burning desire and solid basics to swing the outcome in their favor. "Our passing wasn…

February 11, 1991 (vol. 101, iss. 93) • Page Image 9

… James Voskuil opened the scor- ing in Michigan's 84-70 victory over Iowa Saturday night by burying a three-pointer. One month earlier in Iowa City, the Wolverine forward launched an airball when he could…

Wolverines have a shot at earning an NCAA tournament bid. Voskuil's play was both a similarity and a difference. He filled a dubious role in the closing minutes of the January defeat as the player who missed…

… those 21 minutes. He posted 14 points and provided the front- court play the Wolverines have longed for all season. He played with unmistakable confidence - like he knew why he was starting at forward for…

… the Michi- gan Wolverines. See SHERAN, Page 4 by Andrew Gottesman Daily Basketball Writer The Big Ten men's basketball schedule has been a sore point for many coaches and players this year. Television…

… has forced the conference to shuffle games in such a way that teams play two games in 48 hours in different cities, then have up to 10 days off. But it was just that scenario which helped the Wolverines

… Iowa City en route to a 79-78 comeback triumph, something was bound to give this time around. What the Wolverines gave was an indication of what they could do when all their potential talents are…

… tonight and we got it convincingly," Fisher said. "The thing that de- stroyed us in Iowa City was the press. We did well with that tonight." Davis was also impressed with the Wolverines. "It's a wonder what…

… the stands Friday night recognized the Wolverines in their matchup with Western Michigan . The only thing reminiscent of Michigan hockey was the 'W' in the win column as the Wolverines (23-4-3 CCHA, 26…

Wolverine history. Friday's game began normally, as the Wolverines controlled the momentum and dominated the scoreboard. First-year center Brian Wiseman initiated a Michigan first-period scoring flurry five…

… Western goalie Craig Brown. Soon after Wiseman's goal, the Wolverines unleashed their power play, the most efficient in the CCHA. Rightwingers Dan Stiver and Denny Felsner each capitalized on the man…

April 09, 1990 (vol. 100, iss. 126) • Page Image 11

… he Michigan women's tennis team dropped two close conference mat- ches of the season, leaving their re- cord at 12-7 overall, 0-4 in the Big Ten. On Saturday, the Wolverines took on Wisconsin and were…

Wolverines lost a pair of dual meets this weekend, due in part to the groin injury of number one singles player David Kass. Michigan suffered a 6-3 setback to North- western on Saturday followed by a 5- 4…

March 09, 1987 (vol. 97, iss. 107) • Page Image 8

…4 Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 9, 1987 Rush Delivery BY JEFF RUSH Keady's characterization should ignite Wolverines Purdue coach Gene Keady was seething long after the Michigan…

Wolverines had thrashed his No. 3 Boilermakers before 13,609 wild Crisler Arena fans and a national-television audience. The target of his anger was not his team's poor performance, but instead, Michigan…

… Boilermakers had half as many points as the Wolverines. At halftime, Michigan led 48- 21. Wolverine senior Antoine Joubert had 20 points at the break, one less than the entire Purdue team. Medical Students…

… - (INSIDE DOOLEY'S) 665-5800 BUY ANY SIZE PIZZA with 2 items or more vFq y within two, the Wolverines went on a 14-2 run. Michigan's ball- hawking defense, led by All-Big Ten guard Gary Grant, created 10…

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…

November 16, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 35) • Page Image 16

… coach Debbie Belkin said. "This year's senior class accomplished more than any other." The season ended last Saturday when the Wolverines (9-1-1 Big Ten, 17-6-1 overall) lost to Wake Forest, 1-0, in the…

… season ranked 15th. The Wolverines' non-conference schedule fielded five competitive teams. Michigan tnanaged a 3-2 record entering the Big Ten season. "In the beginning of the season, we were feeling each…

September 21, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 128) • Page Image 14

… has won 80 percent of its matches. Half of the time the Wolverines haven't allowed their opponent to win a game. And in their only two losses, Michigan took at least one game from a top-20- ranked…

… opponent. If the nonconference season is any indicator of how the Wolverines will fare in the Big Ten, the per- centages are in their favor. "I think this weekend prepared us very well for the Big Ten season…

September 21, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 128) • Page Image 19

… five-game winning streak, things were looking up for the '~higan soccer team. b ut the Wolverines, ranked No. 10 in the nation, looked away for a split second - and all of a sudden Big Ten rivals…

… Wisconsin and Northwestern brought Michigan's streak, and hopes of Big Ten supremacy, to a grinding halt. Yesterday, Northwestern gave Michigan a different streak - a los- ing one, blasting the Wolverines 4…

April 06, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 107) • Page Image 13

… movie or a book, or at least a miniseries. The Wolverines are a team everyone can late to because they're not perfect, they're not unstop- le. There's no Hobey Baker Award winner here, no rd-setting win…

… total, no single player carrying the team on his shoulders night in and night out. Even Marty Turco couldn't always bail the Wolverines out, nor could Bill Muckalt. We all can relate. Sometimes in life…

… the players and coaches manifested into that ectangular plaque handed to every Wolverine. But the intangibles of this national title are arguably nore important than any hardware could be. The friend…

… head coach of the hockey team in 1984 and returned a fallen program back to national prominence. And on Saturday night at the FleetCenter in Boston, Berenson led the Wolverines to the national…

… about Michigan's title run that seemed eerily similar to the Wolverines' championship run two to the final four. In the semifinal game, Michigan defeated Boston University, 4-0, in 1996, and this year…

… the Wolverines beat New Hampshire 4-0 in I ' , , …

March 09, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 87) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - SP0RTSMonday, March 9, 1998 - 78 Wolverines grab awards, Jut no title By Jacob R. Wheeler Vaily Sports Writer If the Michigan men's swimming team found any solace in its 714…

…-641 loss to underdog Minnesota last week at the Big Ten Championships in Minneapolis, it was in the seven individual titles the Wolverines won. Michigan's domination at the top of most races was no different…

… 1:46.36, But the next Wolverine to finish was Chris Laskowski - two seconds and eight places behind Malchow. In contrast, the Gophers made the difference in the preliminaries, placing four swimmers in…

… sixth. Thirty maize and blue banners signi- fying the Wolverines' 30 Big Ten cham- pionships hang on the walls of Canham Natatorium. But now, Minnesota has taken two of the last three titles, leaving…

…" Gelt lak1st comiplete kr.'. the 'or l t e w l Andy Potts and the men's swimming team may not have won their 12th Big Ten Championship in 13 years, last week in Minneapolis. But the Wolverines think ey…

May 14, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 2) • Page Image 16

… thing on its mind - revenge. By defeating Iowa twice to win the Big Ten tourna- ment; the Wolverines (52- 13-1) avenged their worst Campinship weekend of their season. On April 5 and 6 in Iowa, the…

…- plishment for our team." By winning the Big Ten title for the third consecutive year, the Wolverines earned an automatic bid to the NCAA softball tournament. Michigan will host an NCAA regional this weekend…

April 09, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 108) • Page Image 10

… against the " Wolverines (7-3 IS IMPU4E Big Ten, 17-12 overall) at 3 p.m. "S Michigan isn't play at (A going anywhere for a while. The Wolverines will be M it playing the part of host for next week. This…

… first 19 on the road, the homestand is a welcome change for the Wolverines. Michigan is most recently returning from a weekend in Minnesota, in which Michigan man- aged to split an abbreviated series with…

… at home. Weather permitting, today's game will start at 3 p.m. ACCURATE FAST - PROFESSIONAL OPY CENTERy- . , Course Pcketi R~' esume SevkIe - +. copy $ Blndery WILL MAURIcE TAYLtOR BE A WOLVERINE

May 08, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…. The Crimson Tide finished with a score of 198.025. The Wolverines came in sixth, less than two points behind with a tally of 196.375. Georgia led the Crimson Tide by five-hundredths of a point after…

… this, ladies,"' Crimson Tide head coach Sarah Patterson said. "At that moment, I saw incredible spirit in this team. We knew what it took to win," she said. Leading the Wolverines was senior Wendy…

March 18, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 93) • Page Image 12

…-handed goal of the season, and he added an assist in the Wolverines' 4-3 victory over Lake Superior Saturday. Friday night, he tallied two goals, including one short-handed. Background: Madden is All…

…-CCHA Honorable Mention ... second on the Wolverines with 27 goals ... third in team scoring with 56 points ... netted a hat-trick against Notre Dame Jan. 21, 1995 ... scored 163 points in 62 games to lead the…

… team's fortunes should improve, and getting offto a fast start would contribute to that. Against Michigan State, the night started with no Wolverine taking care of their own game or anyone else's. The…

… choose from when selecting its "A" squad. The Wolverines, on the other hand, have only two teams that are in competi- tion. And Friday, that lack of depth, as well as their lack of focus, doomed the Wol…

…-5, 15-12, 15-12. The Wolverines have not faired well against the Spartans this season. Michigan State has won both regular season matchups between the two schools. I 0 COLLEGE Xwrnw , AF.U L .a JA a1…

November 01, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 21) • Page Image 11

… to prepare them for the upcoming battles. This wasn't the case, however, for the Michigan Men's Volleyball team this weekend. Playing into the wee hours of the orning, the Wolverines defeated the nemy…

… Illi- hois in the finals, 15-7 and 17-16. In addition to beating Illinois, the Wolverines accomplished tough vic- ries over Ohio State and Michigan tate - the favorites coming into the start of the…

… firsthalfagainst Arizona, but exploded for five goals in the second. Freshman forward Kim Phillips led the Wolverine barrage with two goals while Whitney Ricketts, Alicia Treadway, MariaMarcis and Karen Jones each…

…," Michi- gan coach Debbie Belkin said. "It took us a couple ofminutes in the second half to get into a groove, but it was just a matter of time before we scored." Tied at zero at the half, Wolverine

… with two wins. The Wolverines defeated Nebraska and Arizona. I I RAISE YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS I I 4 4 4 I 44I ~1' I t 4 4 I I 44 44 I I I 6 I'' ; 1 I. .~.f …

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