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Sophomore Andrew Matthews has to settle for par as his tough birdie putt rolls wide of the hole. Matthews finished the Big Ten Championships in a tie for 19 th place, photo courtesy of U-M Photo Services A Wolverine golfer watches in dismay as his second shot finds the right side bunker on the par five third hole at the UM Golf Course. The Golf Course has five par five holes, photo courtesy of U-M Photo Services _ Praying his put will break right, a Wolverine golfer waits for his ball to stop rolling. Intensity and focus were strengths of the predominantly upperclass team, photo courtesy of U-M Photo Services Sports
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Nothina but th 9/17-19 at Falcon Cross Creek Invitational 10/11-12 at Xavier Invitational 10/29-31 at Stanford Invitational 11/22-23 at Hawaii Stan Sheriff Invitational 11/25-26 at Mauna Kea Collegiate Invitational 3/4-5 Wolverine South Invitational 3/11-12 at Silver Springs Shores Invitational 3/25-26 at Dr. Pepper Intercollegiate 4/7-8 at Marshall Invitational 4/14-15 at Kepler Invitational 4/29-30 at Fossum Invitational 5/5-7 at Big Ten Championship 5/18-20 at NCAA Central Regional ngoi/rrne f Bottom of the Cup By the time the men ' s golf team finished its season in late May, the 1 999-2000 team had recorded one of the best golf seasons in recent memory at the University. The Wolverines finished the regular season placing in the top four in all but three of its 1 1 tournaments. The team ' s postseason came to an end when it finished in 1 1th place at the NCAA Central Regional Championships. The Wolverines finished just six shots out of ninth place and a trip to the NCAA National Championships - the top nine teams qualify for the NCAA National Championships. Despite a heart-wrenching end, the men ' s golf season succeeded beyond nearly all expectations. When the team won the Marshall Invitational on April 8, it marked the first time in five years that the men ' s golf team won two tourna- ments in a single season. The Wolverines added five third place finishes and one fourth place finish to their two victories, making for a very impressive season. In addition to the successful finishes, the team ' s season scoring average of T 3rd of 24 1st of 19 19th of 20 T 3rd of 11 4th of 11 3rd of 18 9th of 19 3rd of 18 1st of 20 T3rd of 17 T7th of 18 7th of 11 111th of 27 297.05 was their second best in the past ten years. The team benefited from strong seasons from sophomores Andrew Chapman and Andrew Matthews, junior Scott Hayes, and senior captain Michael Harris, all of whom finished with scoring averages in the top 25 in the Big Ten. Harris racked up numerous post season accolades, including his second consecutive National Golf Coaches Association Academic All-American Scholar award, the Michigan Male Athlete of the year, his fourth consecutive Academic All-Big Ten honor, and his second All-Big Ten First Team award. Harris concluded his collegiate career by qualifying for the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, where he shot a 1 55 over the first two days but missed the cut. Harris was not the lone men ' s golf team member to have post season success. Matthews reached the quarterfinals of the Michigan Amateur Championship, by Jon Hammer Fourth year junior Scott Hayes strides confidently up to the green during the Big Ten Championships. Hayes shot a 305 for the tournament earning him 23 rd place, photo courtesy of U-M Photo Services 174 Men ' s Golf *n
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marchingband A band member stands at attention during the pre-game show for the football game at Illinois. The band traditionally traveled to two regular season away games during the year, photo by Mike Cutri Sophomore music major Mark Tripp leads the drum line during the halftime show. The percussion section gave a pre-game show on the steps of Revelli Hall before every home football game, photo by Abby Johnson Playing " The Victors, " the marching band fires up the crowd during the home game against Wisconsin. The band was an integral part of football Saturdays in Ann Arbor, photo by Naomi Traeger 176 Marching Band
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