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Trying to pin an Indiana opponent, senior Tony Holifeld brings his adversary down by me left arm. Holifeld helped the Woteines beat the Hoosiers 25- 1 3 1. Neff photo After compiling takedowns in each of the first two frames, junior Foley Dowd struggles with Indiana opponent Greg Schaefer. Dowd won the decision 6-3 in the 1 33-pounds division. T. Akinmusuru photo Scoreboard Lehigh W 26-12 Cliff Keen Invitational 7th of 45 Cleveland State W 25-6 Midlands Championships 10th of 16 Oregon W 35-6 Central Michigan L 13-19 Boise State W 21-9 Iowa L 1 1 -29 Northern Iowa W 26-14 Cornell L 16-19 Arizona State L 13-27 Illinois W 19-13 Indiana W 25-13 Northwestern W 35-12 Minnesota L 12-22 Michigan State L 15-16 144 ' ' !!- -rilGA
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One for the Team The women ' s cross country team sees many leaders emerge throughout the season, helping the Wolverines emerge as BigTen Champions. The women ' s cross country team glided to a successful 2001 campaign, led by some talented young runners who showed the promise to elevate Michigan from a successful program to a dominant one. Sophomore Lindsey Gallo consistently led the Wolverines, finishing with the team ' s best time in all six meets. The most impressive day for the Wolverines came at the Big Ten Championships, where Michigan finished behind only national power Michigan State to place second in a highly competitive field. The team continued their tradition of excellence, maintaining their fourteen-season streak of top three finishes at this meet. Junior Jeanne Spink, freshmen Andrea Parker and Edna Kollartis, and senior Katie Ryan accounted for five performances in the top 40 overall. Gallo also spurred the Wolverines on to a second-place finish at the Notre Dame Invitational, bettering fifteen other squads. Her time of 17:47 was eighth overall. Other notable meets team were the lona Invitational at Bronx, NY, the Miami Invitational in Oxford, Ohio, and the NCAA Regional in Indiana. The Wolverines finished seventh, third, and seventh respectively in these sizable gatherings featuring many schools. Perhaps the most disappointing meet for the team was the Wolverine Invitational, in which respectable individual times were only enough to salvage fourth place out of seven schools. The team ' s most distinguished postseason award went to Katie Jazwinski, who received Michigan ' s Big Ten Conference Medal of Honor, a distinction given to graduating student-athletes with the most notable scholastic and athletic accomplishment. Four other Wolverines, Gallo, Spink, sophomore Katie Easton, and junior Jane Martineau, earned places on the Big Ten Academic All-Conference Team for their fine scholastic achievement. By Eric Rajala and Kristen Fidh Pacing her strides, sophomore Andrea Parker concen- trates on Breathing as she runs past onlookers. Parker finished eighth n the Sundodger Invitational out of 234 athletes Amir Qomju, Athletic Media Relations photo The women ' s cross country team huddles in celebration after its close victory. Michigan finished first out of 1 1 teams at the Mel Brodt Invitational. Athletic Media Relations photo Scoreboard Detroit Mercy Invitational Mei Brodt Invitational Sundodger Invitatidnal Indiana State Invitational Michigan Intercollegiate NCAA Pre-Nationals Eastern Michigan Classic Big Ten Championship 1st of 5 1st of 11 1stof9 2nd of 20 3rd of 15 10th of 38 Not Scored 1st of 11 SPORTS 143
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Grappling Through the Preseason Keegan Daniel With a preseason ranking of fifth in the nation, it was obvious that he Michigan wrestling team was serious about one thing winning. The Wolverines started the season on the road against eighth- anked Lehigh. After a decisive win over the Mountain Hawks, Michigan vas ready for another great season with no regrets. " After the first match vas won, I knew that we had potential to be whatever we wanted to be, " aid co-captain A.J. Grant. Grant and fellow captains Mike Kulczycki and Cyle Smith had much leadership to bring the Wolverines to the top, and all Kree received all- American honors at one point in their career. After routing the Lehigh team, the remainder of the Wolverines ' ual-meet schedule included 1 1 opponents that were ranked amongst the op 25, decided by the National Wrestling Coaches Association. " With he strength of our schedule, and depth of our team, we have the power to ucceed, " said fellow wrestler Rob Sulaver. The Wolverines traveled to Las Vegas for the annual Cliff Keen nvitational on December 6 and 7. The team placed seventh with 87 points ut of 45 other teams. Four Wolverines placed in the top eight of their espective weight classes, including senior Foley Dowd who led the team vith at third place finish and a 6-1 record in the 133-pounds division. At the Oregon dual-meet early in the season, the Wolverines .apped a 35-6 victory over the Ducks. Michigan won eight individual natches, where freshmen Rob Sulaver and Smith registered pins. In ddition, two red-shirt freshmen, Willie Breyer and Greg Wagner, both von major decision matches. With confidence high after the non-conference win over Oregon, he Wolverines traveled to Mt. Pleasant, where the team recorded the eason ' s first loss by the hands of Central Michigan. The Wolverines ommenced with a rough start with Sulaver, Breyer, Tommy Garza, and LJ. Boudro losing the team ' s first four matches. Down 13-0, Michigan won ts next four matches to tie the meet going into the last two matches. The hippewas then clinched the last two matches for a final score of 19-13. " The year is going great, and we are working hard, " said freshman ' hase Metcalf. " The season is far from over, though, and it ' s just starting o get busy. " Junior Ryan Bertin starts the round by trying to knock his opponent to the mat. Although Indiana ' s Matt Cooper took the first point when Bertin was charged for fleeing the mat, Bertin won the decision 8-2 in just 4: 1 8 because of Cooper ' s technical fall T. Afcinmusuru photo En route to flipping his opponent over for the pin, senior Clark Forward locks his legs around Indiana ' s Coyte Cooper Although the move allowed Forward to score first, Cooper took the decision 5-3. T. Akinmusuru photo SPORTS 145
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