Wolverines Sports News:
Seniors Brown, Zaziski Lead Michigan Past Maryland
No. 7 University of Michigan women's gymnastics team continued its home
success in 2018 with a 196.875-195.050 victory over No. 36 Maryland on
Sunday (Feb. 4) in Crisler Center.
Perfect Home Opener
Nicole Artz scored a perfect 10.0 on floor as the No. 12-ranked
University of Michigan women's gymnastics team (197.050) defeated No.
19 Illinois (195.300) in its home opener on Sunday (Jan. 22) at Crisler
Michigan Vaults Past Rival MSU
front of nearly 3,000 fans in the program's first-ever Autism Awareness
Meet, the No. 4-ranked University of Michigan women's gymnastics team
downed in-state rival Michigan State
Dispatch of Buckeyes in Big Ten Lidlifter
University of Michigan women's basketball team held Ohio State without
a point over the final 7:23 of the first half to take control of the
game, knocking off the Buckeyes, 64-49
Week and the Homecoming Challenge Ahead
Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke
statement ... "First thing I want to talk about is this weekend, you
saw the 'Cure MD' patches that a lot of coaches were wearing for
muscular dystrophy, and our organization has been in the forefront with
Football: Notre Dame Week
Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke
statement ... "I was pleased that we won the game. At the same time, I
think there were a lot of things that we've talked about as a football
team and as a staff that we can do better."
Bound! Lane's Heroics Clinch U-M a Spot in WCWS
ARBOR, Mich. -- Senior Ashley Lane roped a two-out, two-run double in
the bottom of the fifth inning, giving the No. 7-ranked University of
Michigan softball team the only two runs it needed to defeat No. 21
Louisiana Lafayette, 2-1, in the deciding game three of the NCAA Super
Regional and clinch a spot in the Women's College World Series.
Louisiana forced game three with a 5-0 win in the game two of the
best-of-three series held at the Wilpon Complex, home of Alumni Field.
Relinquishes Second-Half Lead to Fall at Penn State
COLLEGE, Pa. -- Junior guard Tim Hardaway Jr. (Miami, Fla./Palmetto
Senior) led the team with 19 points, while sophomore guard Trey Burke
(Columbus, Ohio/Northland HS) finished with 18, but the University of
Michigan men's basketball team (No. 4 AP, No. 4 ESPN/USA Today) fell,
84-78, at Penn State on Wednesday night (Feb. 27) inside Bryce Jordan
Center. U-M led by as many as 15 points in the game but went without a
field goal for the final 6:30, allowing Penn State to gain control.
Earns Top Billing in Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Preseason Poll
RIDGE, Ill. – Michigan has earned the top spot in the Big Ten Men’s
Gymnastics Preseason Coaches’ Poll, the conference office announced on
Wednesday. The Wolverines stand atop the poll after placing second at
the conference championships a season ago.
Varsity Eight Earns Big Ten Boat of the Week
ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan women's rowing (No. 2
CRCA/USRowing Coaches) first varsity eight boat was named the Big Ten
Boat of the Week, the conference office announced...
Takes Two Events, U-M Falls Narrowly to Top-Ranked Utes
ARBOR, Mich. -- Three event winners -- and an all-around win from
sophomore Joanna Sampson (Willow Grove, Pa./Upper Moreland) -- were not
enough, as the No. 21-ranked University of Michigan women's gymnastics
team (194.850) lost a tight contest to top-ranked Utah (196.050) on
Friday night (Feb. 17) inside Crisler Center. Sampson scored a 39.250
for her second career all-around win, tying a career high with 9.925 on
Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke
"Thank for coming out. Obviously we have a great challenge in going to
Iowa City and playing a very good Iowa team -- undefeated at home. (It)
seems to be the way this conference is to some degree right now. But
they play awfully well and are a very well-coached football team --
have been for many, many years.
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Head Coach Brady Hoke-Michigan State Week
"Number one, thanks for coming. Saturday, I think we learned a little
bit more about ourselves as a football team, in good ways and bad ways,
learning that you can't turn the ball over. That's an important aspect
that we have got to do a better job, and the decision making at times,
fundamentals at times, techniques at times.
Scores 28 Unanswered Points to Hold Off Northwestern
EVANSTON, Ill. -- The University of Michigan football team (No. 12
AP/No. 11 USA Today Coaches) outscored Northwestern 28-0 in the second
half on the way to a 42-24 victory on Saturday (Oct. 8) at Ryan Field.
U-M prevailed in its first road test to remain unbeaten on the season
and in the Big Ten Legends Division.
at Northwestern: Brady Hoke Monday Press Conference
Opening statement ... "It was good to start the season winning the game
on Saturday. It was good to get the (Little Brown Jug). I think the
score got painted on it this morning. It's good to have the jug here in
"Everything gets tougher. I think Northwestern, they're 2-2, as you all
know, (they) lost a heartbreaker down in Champaign last week.
28, San Diego State 7
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Junior quarterback Denard Robinson (Deerfield
Beach, Fla./Deerfield Beach) and the University of Michigan football
team (No. 22 AP/No. 21 USA Today Coaches) rushed out to a fast start
against San Diego State in a 28-7 victory Saturday (Sept. 24) at
Tauro Named Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Week
led Wolverines to a perfect score at the Orange and Blue Preview
Danielle Tauro, Michigan; Sr. – Manahawkin, N.J. – Southern Regional
Finished in first place at the Orange and Blue Preview with a
6,000-meter time of 20:19
Pushed No. 15 Michigan to a perfect score at the meet en route to a
first-place team finish
Ran a personal-best 6,000-meter time in the win
Collects the third weekly award of her career
Rushing Day, Stout D Carry Michigan Past EMU
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Junior quarterback Denard Robinson (Deerfield Beach,
Fla./Deerfield Beach) and junior running back Vincent Smith (Pahokee,
Fla./Pahokee) each eclipsed 100 yards rushing as the University of
Michigan football team ran over Eastern Michigan, 31-3, on Saturday
(Sept. 17) at Michigan Stadium. Robinson neared his career high in
rushing attempts with 26, amassing 198 yards and a touchdown, while
Smith ran the ball nine times for 118 yards.
WOMEN’S SOCCER SEASON PREVIEW
After steadily improving on its win total in the first three years of
Greg Ryan’s tenure in Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan women’s
soccer team looks to take its biggest step yet in 2011. The Wolverines
went 10‐5‐4 last season, finishing fifth in the Big Ten (5‐3‐2),
qualifying to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2006. Youth
will once again be prevalent in Ann Arbor, as 18 of the 24 players on
the roster are freshmen or
Big Ten Football Preview: Michigan
Big Ten lost some major name recognition this past off season. Rich
Rodriguez was the definition of a bad fit in his three years at
Michigan. And despite his wild conspiracy theories, RichRod's
worst enemy over the past three seasons was himself, or maybe Greg
Robinson. RichRod went 15-22 in three seasons and went to exactly one
bowl, a 52 to 14 blowout to Mississippi State.
Football Recruiting: Joe Bolden Commits
The Michigan football team picked up a commitment from Ohio linebacker
Joe Bolden on Friday. Bolden is from Cincinnati, which is also the
hometown of Michigan commits Caleb Stacey and A.J. Williams.
Bolden is the third linebacker to commit to be a part of Michigan's
2012 recruiting class. Like both Kaleb Ringer and Royce Jenkins-Stone,
Bolden is a four-star LB on Scout.