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October 04, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 22) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 4, 1985- Page 5 A Michigan cheerleader flies through the air, urging the 100,000-plus fans to cheer for the Wolverines. An Ann Arbor policeman keeps a silent…

… watch over the crowd. Wolverine punter Monte Bobbins warms up on the sidelines. Marching band conductor Eric Becher leads the halftime show. Photographs by ANDI SCHREIBER . s ' IF …

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

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

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

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

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

September 06, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 117) • Page Image 28

… battalion from Virginia. The new general was outmatched early. The southern battalion countered his moves quickly and fiercely. The battle seemed over, the fate decided - the Wolverines had fallen. Yet on…

… around him fell. They were also sending a bright young scout who could outrun fear, and tip-toe through pressure. But still the Wolverines seemed done. The final bomb had been set, the Wolverines were sure…

Wolverines would not fall on this day. I- I I CAPTIONS: TOP: Wolverine wide reciever, Mercury Hayes, catches Scott Driesbach's pass to beat Virginia 18 - 17. MIDDLE LEFT: Scott Reimersma evades a Virginia…

… defensman and gets the first down in the Wolverines final drive. MIDDLE RIGHT: The Wolverine bench stormed the field after Hayes caught the final second pass to seal I .; f i …

September 22, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 12) • Page Image 5

… Dame tailback Greg Bell to cough up the ball on the Wolverine one-foot line late in the first half. -SCHRIER The Michigan Marching Band performs under the lights. Irish fullback Larry Moriarty appears…

… to be grinning as he heads upfield for some of his game-high 116 yards rushing. The Irish may well have been grinning throughout the game as they thoroughly dominated the Wolverines, 23-17. -SCHRIER…

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

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

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

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

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

October 30, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 24) • Page Image 10

… recruiting classWednesday when he verbally committed to play for the Wolverines next season. Crawford joins guards Kevin -aines, a blue chip recruit, and Gavin Groninger, giving Michigan what looks like a…

…,, he committed to play at Fresno State, but could not make the academic cut. The Wolverines are still in the running for several re-ruits -- Michigan coach Brain Ellerbe has said he envisions a class…

September 30, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…6B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - September 30, 1996 FIELD HOCKEY Wolverines' sticks can shoot, can't score lately Michigan outshoots opponents but comes up short By Richard Shin Daily…

… young Wolverines. In Michigan's two losses this past weekend, the Wolverines managed just four goals despite firing 40 shots against Ohio State and Penn State. Against Ohio State on Friday, the Wolverines

October 10, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 9) • Page Image 8

… opponents. The Wolverines have been strong favorites at each of their meets this sea- son and have not disappointed so far, winning each one in dominant fashion. The Wolverines look to continue this trend…

… when they travel to Dowagiac for the Michigan Intercollegiate Invitational tomorrow afternoon. The Wolverines will face different division teams from across Michigan. The toughest challenges should come…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 70

… something brand new to look forward to - a pristine field - so will the 1996 campaign present the Wolverines with a novelty. This season, though, the squad will have a new coach. After guiding Michigan to a…

… fourth-place Big Ten finish, head coach Patti Smith resigned after seven years at the helm. The Wolverines set a 4-6 Big Ten mark, 12-9 overall. Michigan started the season with a journey to the East Coast…

October 08, 1999 (vol. 110, iss. 8) • Page Image 12

… have defined the battles between the Wolverines and Spartans. Out of the 91 contests between the two schools, I tried to pick the 10 best Michigan-Michigan State games of all time. It was a tough task…

…-Michigan After winning the national champi- onship the season before, the Wolverines travel to East Lansing to play Michigan State College at Macklin Field, the Spartans' brand new facility. The Spartans had lost…

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

… season. The Wolverines haven't been able to mount any sort of a significant win- ning streak. It seems as though every time they win, they lose the next match. This pattern has been especially evident as…

… of late, as the Wolverines have gone 2-2 in their past four matches, sandwiching two losses Seen wins over Northwestern and innesota. This weekend the team travels to Penn State and Ohio State, and…

…, William Clay Ford, who started a fund-raising program for them. This weekend, the new courts will be given a proper inauguration by hosting the first annual Wolverine Invitational. The Wolverines have…

… Hart and Danielle Lund, the eighth-ranked doubles team in the preseason polls, were defeated by South Alabama which was ranked 47th. And this will be the Wolverines' second team tournament. The team sent…

… really well and will be competing again this week- end." Notre Dame, which has defeated the Wolverines the two times they've met in the Classic, will be one of the teams to travel to Ann Arbor this…

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…

May 22, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 3) • Page Image 16

…. Although South Carolina pushed a run across the plate in its half of the sixth, the Wolverines rendered it mean- ingless with their next at-bat. The Wolverines scored six runs on six hits, chasing Johnson…

… championship game that caused Wolverine hearts to skip a beat, but the contest that preced- ed it. The 1-0 Michigan victory over South Carolina on Saturday was a game for the ages with each pitcher hurling a gem…

…. The win put the Wolverines in the enviable position of going into the championship game the following day needing only one victory in two games. The double-elimination tournament gave Michigan a cushion…

… at Alumni Field with a 3-2 victory over Central Michigan. The tournament title allowed the Wolverines to return to the Women's College World Series after tying for seventh last season. Michigan, the No…

… to the Ballgame" 6 Roca, root, rooter the home team.. For that matter, the Michigan softba team must have been also. Ifthey don't nin its a shame... The Wolverines, playing on the home field, braved…

… his tory. And the crowd was in full voi roaring during Wolverine rallies, Not to disappoint the home crow Michigan was victorious in all three the games it played in the tournament Michigan coach Carol…

… "Ithink it gives us a total advantage The heat was on the Gamecocks o Sunday, from Mother Nature as well a from the Wolverines. On the hottest day of the season s far, Michigan star Sara Griffin shi down…

… South Carolina, allowing onl five hits while fanning four. The ba e were on fire as they torched Job i who suffered her worst loss of the se son. Every starter had a hit for th Wolverines. MARK FRIEDMAN…

…/Daily "I think seeing her (Saturday) total helped us," Michigan first basema Michigan shortstop Kathryn Gleason and the Wolverines came out of the NCAA regional as victors. Michigan will be making Traci…

… Conrad said. "We knew what si its second consecutive appearance in the Women's College World Series. had and were prepared for her." Blue softball out for redemption at World SeriAw Wolverines break…

November 08, 1994 (vol. 105, iss. 26) • Page Image 10

…Phoenix. The Michigan men's soccer team will need to pack its suitcases and book hotel rooms. The Wolverines are headed to the national tournament after finishing second behind Illinois in the regional…

… tournament, which concluded Sunday afternoon in Columbus. But the road to Phoenix wasn't as easy asthe Wolverines thought it would be. After tying Dayton, 1-1, and losing toMiami (Ohio), 3-1, Michigan needed a…

… at zero, but in the second half, the Flyers scored what looked to be the game-winner. Countless Wolverine shots sailed just wide or hit the goal posts. But with only 20 seconds showing on the game…

… home the tying goal. Saturday's nightcap started much like the Wolverines earlier game. After a scoreless first half, Michigan looked good against top-seeded Miami. But the Redskins scored three quick…

… goals and suddenly, the Wolverines had a tremendous deficit to overcome. Michi- gan salvaged apoint in the Miami game on midfielder Steve Moore's score off a penalty kick late in the match. After a night…

…'s rest, the Wolverines looked like a different team. Michigan was never intimidated by Ohio State's physical style of soccer. Early in the match, Moore scored the only first-half By MARC DILLER Daily…

… powerhouses such as second-ranked Texas, No.7 UCLA, eighth-ranked Southern Methodist and others competing in the meet, the Wolverines' nine-member split squad conquered its opponents and captured the title at…

… the inaugural event held at Southern Methodist's Perkins Nata- torium. Michigan held on to a 17-point first session lead to beat the Mus- tangs, 338-313. "We swam a very solid meet," Wolverine coach Jim…

October 02, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 4) • Page Image 10

… luxurious facility, a veter- an team and a full summer of prac- tice behind it. Now all that is left for the Wolverines is to go out and dom- inate. In their 101st season, the Wolverines will get their first…

… competition in the nation. The Wolverines will face teams that are expected to be in the top 20 - including Notre Dame, Duke, North Carolina and up-and-coming teams William & Mary and Virginia Commonwealth…

… summer of grea something the Wolverin have last fall due to inj nine members are returni ing senior Brook Blain,N back after missing the sec last season due to a backi The first preseason ran finally…

…) ranki meaning," he said. "We cerned about playing righ Last season's Wolverin 54th in the polls, with record of 9-14. This seaso is their best chance to NCAA by storm. "We have the potential t 15 or top…

…-20 team," Eisne The Wolverines are als their fall preparation a MARGARET MYERS/Daily Junior William Farah and the rest of the Michigan men's tennis team face a difficult challenge this weekend in…

… North Carolina. ,The Wolverines will face some of the top teams in the nation at the Tar Heel Invitational. It should Tisch Tennis Center. it the com- Completed in early 1997, . tlie state…

… spectator t practice, facilities should be completed.by es did not next summer. uries. All With a top-notch structure in ng, includ- which to play, the Wolverines will be who comes able to gain an extra step…

… a top- The Wolverines will then try"to r added. bring back what came to Michigan o enjoying 40 long years ago - a natiUI t the new championship. ire for Eck weekend. Although the Wolverines are ranked…

… 19th iie nation - tops in the Big Ten --Zawacki sai#Ie girls are not overconfident. "Every team works hard over the sumr:' Zawacki said. "Preseason rankings don't ri ab much." The Wolverines will have…

January 13, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 46) • Page Image 40

…4B - January 13, 2014 The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com lose of reality: Wolverines slip up late Second-half comeback falls just short in rivalry. By MAX COHEN Daily Sports Editor It could…

Wolverines in front of a pom- pom waving lower bowl, the Spartans (3-0 Big Ten, 11-6 over- all) played the role of spoiler. Michigan left the Crisler Center with the first blemish on its Big Ten schedule. The…

February 07, 2011 (vol. 121, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily I michigandaily.com I February 6,2011 Wolverines comeback, grab fourth Big Ten win By ZAK PYZIK Daily Sports Editor STATE COLLEGE - After the Michi- gan men's basketball team…

Wolverines (4-7 Big Ten, 14-10 overall) finish the season sweep of the Nittany Lions. In the first half, Mor- ris seemed to be the only one able to do anything offensively. But toward the end, Morris was…

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…

April 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 105) • Page Image 14

… the Michigan women's tennis team. - After moments of streaky play and close losses, it looks like things are back on track for the Wolverines. 7Coming off back-to-back losses to lowly Purdue and a tough…

… Notre Dame team, the Wolverines faced a potential weep by the state of Indiana last week- end when they faced the Hoosiers. As Indiana swept the doubles play, No. 42 Michigan fought back in the sin- gles…

December 09, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 50) • Page Image 9

… close or Blue y Dan Stilman Daily Sports Writer PEORIA, Ill. - Remember the bril- liant performance put on by the Wolverines in their 83-59 thrashing of UNLV on Saturday at Crisler Arena? Well, forget it…

… an 18- point thrashing of Cleveland State on Nov. 19, Michigan's ... victories and losses have been hotly con- tested, especially on the oad. 'The Wolverines 1Z 4 * now 2-1 on the road, with their two…

November 25, 1991 (vol. 102, iss. 41) • Page Image 14

… Central Collegiate Hockey Association, while the Wolverines were deadlocked in first and the top-ranked team in the nation. Michigan ex- tended the streak to 10 by virtue of its 5-4 victory Friday, before…

… what its Hollywood roles would dictate - the mighty Wolverines did not sweep the action, nor did the lowly Flames win a game. UIC had chances to prevail in either contest. The Flames played much stronger…

… constant source of delight for Wolverine centers un- til this weekend. While the recent impressive numbers put up by Wolver- ine centers against Miami could not reasonably be expected to continue, the Flames…

… were gaining possession of the puck at an alarming rate. Losing so many faceoffs hurt the Wolverines by reducing the number of chances that they had been accustomed to having. Michigan's response to the…

… The Natural, it did not prove to anyone that the Wolverines were the dominant team. The Wolverines left the locker room sullenly, but they were satisfied to have escaped with two points. The Flames left…

… attitude of competing evenly with the Wolverines. UIC still made mistakes Saturday to provide Michigan with some early opportunities, but again the Wolverines did not burn the Flames early. Furthermore…

… Flames to defeat the Wolverines, but also unlike the movies, UIC lost. His knowledge of the Wolverines aided a game plan which made the Flames the most prepared team the Wolverines have played. None of the…

… .Wolverines seemed to be surprised by the Flames' performance Friday. But although the close nature of the game disturbed them, it apparently did -not concern them enough to make them realize that they would…

… center missed the shot, but the Wolverines won on a goal with one second to play. ICERS Continued from page 1 pleased with his squad's performance. "I think for us to come into their building, play six…

May 24, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 125) • Page Image 16

… of "The Victors" at Ohio State's Bill Davis Stadium just before the rain could drive them off the field for one last time. The Wolverines, thanks to senior Jason Alcaraz's game-winning single in the…

… within seconds the Wolverines were sprawled all over the field in uncontrolled jubilation. "We battled all year for this," Michigan second baseman Bobby Scales said. "This feels great." But it was not easy…

October 15, 1998 (vol. 109, iss. 13) • Page Image 21

… Daily Sports Writer Last year was supposed to be the year of lowered expectations for the Michigan hockey team. The Wolverines were supposed to finish third in the CCHA, put up a good fight at regionals…

…, and use that experience to contend for the national title this year. Way to screw things up, guys. Instead of bowing out quietly in the regionals, the Wolverines made a trip that they weren't supposed…

December 06, 1996 (vol. 107, iss. 46) • Page Image 18

… is one of the oldest in Wolverines' history, dating back to 1919. The rivalry continues today, with the talk of ties between the two pro- grams, a sort-of broken family syn- drome. It continued last…

… night at Crisler -Arena. Detroit coach Perry Watson, previously an assistant at Michigan, left the Wolverines for the Titans in 1993. And Detroit senior Leon Derricks transferred from Michigan in 1994…

…, what Conlan did was much simpler. and yet it mu1ay the best single play by a Wolverine this season. Taylor got the ball in the post, on the right side, backed his man in a little, turned and put up the…

… hands, and he put it right back into the buck- et. After trailing by as many as eight points, the Wolverines were now only behind by one. That play, and the man who made it, epitomize some of the stuff…

… kind of play you see on a Bobby Knight team, a Dean Smith team, a Mike Krzyzewski team. And those are teams men- tioned in the same breath as Michigan, by virtue of the Wolverines' lofty No. 7 ranking…

September 03, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 120) • Page Image 13

… games for Michigan with his right arm. But Saturday, he went a long way toward beating Illinois with his feet. The sophomore rushed for 77 yards on I I carries in the 12th-ranked Wolverines' 20-8 win over…

… Illinois in front of 105,992. The victory marked Michigan's second straight league- opening win over the Fighting Illini. Last season in Champaign,, the Wolverines pounded Illinois, 38-14, to kick off the…

… goal at the Michigan 2-yard line and seemed poised to take its first lead of the game. But the Illini could not block Jarrett Irons. The Wolverine linebacker stopped fullback Rodney Byrd on first down…

… Michigan quarterback Scott Dreisbach eluded four tacklers to scramble 72 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter Saturday, putting the Wolverines ahead, 7-0. For openers, MichzganhL s houl behapp to wi…

… Notre Dame or Virginia to open the 1996 campaign. There was Illinois. A Big Ten opponent in a Big Ten game with Rose Bowl implications. And those implications are amplified by the fact that the Wolverines

… its two previous incarnations, they could have been a problem. Those teams spoke, like all See WHITE, Page 20A EVAN PETRIE/Special to the Daily Chuck Winters and the Wolverines had Scott Weaver…

…'s Illini on the run, but the Wolverines admitted they weren't very sharp. M' volleyball spiked by No. 1 Hawaii, No. 6 UCLA Wolverines begin season 0-2, but Giovanazzi encouraged by performances and team…

…'s experience before crowd By Ryan White Daily Sports Writer One would expect that the Michigan volleyball team would be thrilled to open its season at the Wahine Classic in Honolulu. After all, the Wolverines

May 05, 1982 (vol. 92, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…Sports a Page 20 Wednesday, May 5, 1982 The Michigan Daily Wolverin Michigan b by belting Ray Fisher with Adrian both games Paciorek season hom year. Paci great Bill] Dave Brow 'M' nine sweep…

… the THE WOLVERINE senior's first homer came in Michigan's series split with Ohio State las sahmen's offense back on track yesterday the bottom of the first inning off-Bulldog pitcher Geno IN THE FIRST…

… walked on his first trip to the plate. the Wolverine starting pitcher, giving up . The Wolverines walloped the Bulldogs in Paciorek bounced out to third and grounded into a and allowing three runs before…

… former Tiger his second two-run homer of the day. Jacobson belted the Wolverines' only h Freehan, who belted ten homers in 11, Adrian's Berchiatti hardly had time to recover af- first game in the second…

… inning off Adr 'n, who originally set the record in 1960, ter giving up his second home run to Paciorek when Bunton. Wolverine freshman Ken Hayward stepped to the +- plate to blast his third homer of the…

… year over the left field fence to score Michigan's last run of the game. THE WOLVERINES' Jeff Jacobson and Fred Er- dmann also joined in the slugfest, garnering two hits apiece. Jacobson singled twice in…

… four trips to the plate while Erdmann singled and cracked a double to bring in Jacobson in the fourth. The Wolverine pitching staff also performed well in the second game. Starter Matt Ruud only gave up…

…), Sygar (7)and Vela WP-Ruud, LP-Berchiatti HR-Paciorek 2 (9, 10), K. Hayward (3) MICHIGAN'S C.J. Beshke (6) tries in vain to stop an Adrian base-stealer (left). Wolverine pitcher Mike McClear cuts down the…

Wolverine batsmen came off what coach Bud Middaugh termed as "a tough weekend" to sweep yester- day's double-header with Adrian. Mid- daugh is referring to Michigan's series split with Ohio State which left…

… the Wolverines firmly in second place in the Big Ten East. The Wolverine offense couldn't get on track in the first game as the Buckeyes downed Michigan, 6-4. The Blue nine came back in the second game…

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…

January 20, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 58) • Page Image 11

…(Ttle ortjcbtgun I)tftlt I S JOHN KF The Michigan hockey team defeated Alaska-Fairbanks, this weekend. The Wolverines sit atop the CCHA stand icers bak Alcaka., 5-1 By Chris Farah Daily Sports…

…'s Folly." After Saturday's game against the Wolverines CCHA, 20-4-1 overall), the Alaska-Fairbanks hocke was probably cursing the sale for another reason. . The combination of a grueling flight from Alaska…

January 16, 1996 (vol. 106, iss. 53) • Page Image 11

…firtthi tt at1",6,tj Wolverines back on $rack a er earl oses EAST LANSING - All of a sudden there's reason to be excited if you're a Michigan basketball fan. And that certainly didn't seem possible…

… a couple of weeks ago when 0 Wolverines finished their holiday ak with a couple of losses at UNLV and Wisconsin. The Runnin' Rebels had lost five in a row before stunning Michigan by a basket. The red…

… to name-calling. Michigan's Robert Traylor was referred to as "fatso" more than once. Wolverine coach ve Fisher had to endure the "go me Fisher, because all you can do is recruit" chant, Anything for a…

Wolverines won the battle of the boards, 42-30, and blocked seven shots to Michigan State's one. Traylor The Wolverines con- trolled the glass, amassing 42 rebounds to the Spartans' 30. Michigan's dominance…

November 07, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 27) • Page Image 10

… achieve-its goals for the 1995 season mostly because it could not score enough. The Wolverines headed into their sec- ond varsity season with reason to be optimistic. They were returning 13 play- ers…

… or more goals in nine games, and was shut out five times. The Wolverines scored 13 goals in a two-game stretch against Creighton and Valparaiso. Those 13 goals rep- resented over a third of Michigan…

October 04, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 4) • Page Image 9

…'s soccer team night as well be kicking field goals - t boots more balls over the net than in t. That is why the Wolverines are 2-6-1. "We'd be winning if we were scoring," Vichigan coach Debbie Belkin said…

… the field," Belkin said. 'It's just putting that final (touch)." The Wolverines will try to find a rem- xdy for their scoring woes when they :lash with the Titans today at Detroit. The Titans (7…

March 17, 2014 (vol. 124, iss. 83) • Page Image 9

…F r, r , / , 'M' refocuses on matchup with Wofford Wolverines fall to MSU n BIG final By SIMON KAUFMAN Daily Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS - Nov. 17, the Michigan men's basketball team walked off the…

… court in Ames, Iowa while Iowa State fans rushed onto it. The Cyclones had just upset the then-seventh-ranked Wolverines and launched them into their toughest stretch of the season. In the following 28…

November 29, 2010 (vol. 121, iss. 56) • Page Image 9

…. 10 seed Michigan men's soccer team on MICHIGAN 3 Sunday, SOUTH CAROLINA 1 as the Wolverines defeated seventh- seeded host South Carolina, 3-1. With the win, Michigan moves on to the Elite Eight to face…

… saw several legiti- mate threats by both sides, though the Wolverines (16-4-3) led on the stat sheet. An 11-7 shots advantage for Michigan contributed to an over- whelming feeling at Stone Stadium that…

February 02, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 67) • Page Image 13

…/Daily At last, Wolverines get one for the road in victory over Hawkeyes By James Goldstein and Dan Stillman Daily Sports Writers IOWA CITY - Finally, the Michigan basketball team won a big game - on the…

… road. After falling to Indiana on Jan. 6 and then falling apart against Illinois last weekend, it looked like the Wolverines might never win an important road ----------------- game, continuing an…

January 06, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 66) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, January 6, 1988-Page 9 Wolverines claim the Fame Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON Michigan defensive tackle Mark Messner shares his emotions with cheering fans after the…

Wolverine victory. Messner caused Alabama quarterback Jeff Dunn to fumble which Michigan promptly turned into seven points. !R Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON Michigan running back Jamie Morris bowls over…

October 28, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 43) • Page Image 12

…4 Page 12-'Thursday, October 28, 1982-The Michigan Daily TM The 6 a I I 4. I The Mechanical Action Puppet That Signals a Touchdown! 40 * Waves The Wolverine Banner! " Authentic Maize and…

… Blue Colors and Trim. 6 East To Operate-Concealed Levers for Real Action Fun! 0 Terrific Alumni Gift As Well As for Birthdays and Christmas. 0 TAKE ONE TO THE GAME! BOOST THE WOLVERINES AND BEAT…

May 10, 1999 (vol. 109, iss. 123) • Page Image 12

… for the Wolverines or for Cervenak. Cervenak, who had tied Hayword for the all-time lead last Sunday, had been unable to record a hit in three straight games. But with the score tied 3-3 in the fourth…

… inning Cervenak found his swing and provided the spark the Wolverines need. The hit was extra special for Cervenak, given that his entire family was on hand to see him play because of Mother's Day. "I…

… performance from senior righthander J. J. Putz (4-3). The Wolverine hurler pitched eight innings, allowing only one run and strik- ing out seven. Michigan continued its winning ways in the opener of Sunday…

…'s Mother's Day double header. Wolverine pitcher Bryce Ralston improved his season record t an impressive 7-1, while he and hi teammates cruised to a 7-3 victory. Co-captain Mike Cervenak delivered the game…

… winner, breaking a fourth inning 3-3 tie with his fourth home run of the season. It was Cervenak's 268th career hit, which puts him atop the Wolverines all-time career hits list. Cervenak's shot seemed to…

… give the rest of his teammates a jump-start as the Wolverines would tack on three more runs in the inning, and held the Hoosier See BASEBALL, Page DANA LINNANE/Da y Michigan co-captain Mike Cervenak…

March 12, 1998 (vol. 108, iss. 90) • Page Image 13

…, Atlanta probably hasn't seen much of Michigan. Those who have been paying attention know the No. 3 seed awarded to the Wolverines by the NCAA selection committee on Sunday is not unwarranted. Michigan…

… potential has come to fruition. DAN The STILLMAN Wolverines SIL A have displayed SMt the it many times this year. At first, there were only flashes - against Duke and in the Puerto Rico Classic. Recently…

October 13, 1997 (vol. 108, iss. 11) • Page Image 9

… Fisher. The news reached far beyond the Ann Arbor limits. Former Wolverines and their families from all across the nation blew steam about the way things were handled and felt sorry for the players in the…

…. Athletic Director Bo Schembechler chose Fisher to run his team, beginning immediately with the first round of the tournament. Fisher and the Wolverines went on to win the championship, beating Seton Hall, 80…

January 15, 1997 (vol. 107, iss. 54) • Page Image 11

… of the Michigan women's swimming team's long bus trips. The Wolverines, however, are not deep in their thoughts, contemplat- ing their upcoming meet. Instead, they are hard at work to succeed in their…

… classes. As mandated by coach Jim Richardson, the Wolverines must study for the first two hours of bus trips, and the team complies. In fact, the swimmers study so hard that their mean first semester grade…

November 06, 1995 (vol. 106, iss. 26) • Page Image 10

… Gophers dug a hole, and the Wol- verines fell right into it. In the Big Ten Women's Soccer Tour- nament quarterfinals, Minnesota defeated Michigan, 2-0. Despite the close score, the Wolverines were…

… completely domi- nated. The Gophers outshot Michigan by a 21-3 margin and Minnesota goalkeeper Teresa O'Heam only needed to make one save for the shutout. Wolverine goalie Jori Welchans was busier, stopping…

… end the Wolverines' season. The loss improved Minnesota's all- time record against Michigan to 3-0. The Wolverines succeeded in holding the Gophers' and the conference's lead- ing scorer, Jennifer Walek…

…." Michigan put little pressure on Minne- sota. The Wolverines did not manage any shots in the first half. None of the Michi- gan forwards put the ball on net the entire game. Michigan had only one serious…

… chance all game. Sophomore Debbie Flaherty Welchans was the outstanding player for us" - Debbie Belkin Michigan women's soccer coach headed the Wolverines' lone corner kick of the game towards the corner…

… awards, which showed just how badly the Wolverines were outmatched. Minnesota was the most honored team. Five Gophers made the All-Conference squad, including Walek who was named MVP. Minnesota's Sue…

… Montagne re- ceived the nod for best coach. Flaherty was named to the first team. The sophomore, a second team selection last year, was the only Wolverine repre- sentative for the second straight season…

… handed the Wolverines their worst loss in team history, a 5-0 thrashing. 1995 First Team AN- Conference Goalkeeper- Merit Elzey (Indiana) Back - Marcie Dart (Michigan St.) Back - Jennifer Plante (Ohio…

… had no problem with facing off against nationally ranked opponents. The Wolverines welcomed the opportu- nity as a chance to measure them- selves against teams they'll likely face in the postseason. The…

… said. "It's a great complement to our ability." The Wolverines enjoyed the respect that comes along with being a na- tional runner-up; they placed second, behind Stanford, in last year's NCAA tournament…

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…

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