University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

 - Class of 2003

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" w I ng up her trophy. Serena Williams smiles next to ister Venus, who holds on to the second place jr. Serena finished the women ' s final at the U.S. tennis tournament 6-4, 6-3. AP i h. tn s Pete Sampras holds up his trophy after winning the men ' s finals against Andre Agassi at the US Open tennis tourna- ment held in New York. He won in sets of 6-3,6-4,5-7, 6-4 APpKoto Battle of the By Kristen Fidh Sisters Battling her sister Venus for 72 minutes was nothing new to Serena Williams, at home or in front of the world. In 2002, Serena Wil- liams beat her sister in the U.S. Open 6-4 and 6-3. Serena also topped Venus at the French Open and Wimbledon earlier in the season, becom- ing the ninth woman in the history of women ' s tennis to win three Grand Slams in a single year and the sixth to win three consecutively. " I was just tired of losing, " Serena told ESPN in response to break- ing Venus ' win streak over her. " It ' s not that I thought I could win all three, I just said, ' I ' m tired of losing. I ' m not going to lose anymore. ' Life was pass- ing me by. " On the men ' s side of the U.S Open, Pete Sampras topped Andre Agassi 6-3, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4. After a couple disappointing seasons that many critics blamed on age, Sampras took the trophy on the same court he won his first Grand Slam at the age of 19. " This might be my biggest achievement, to come through adver- sity and win the Open, " Sampras told ESPN. SPORTS 157

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Anaheim Angels Scott Spiezio. Bengie Molina, Troy Percival and Troy Glaus react after the Angels win Game Seven of the World Series, Glaus, a former homerun champ, took home the Series ' MVP trophy, AP photo San Francisco Giant J.T. Snow drags 3-year-ofd Darren Baker, son of Giants manager Dusty Baker, away from homeplate and the path of an oncoming baserunner. Sec- onds after the heroic save, Anaheim ' s David Bell scored in the seventh inning of Game Five. AP photo super bowl In a game that gave truth to the phrase " defense wins champion- ships, " the Tampa Bay Buccaneers toppled the Oakland Raiders 48-21 to give the franchise its first Super Bowl win. Of a record five intercep- tions, three were returned for touch- downs and two were caught by game MVP Dexter Jackson. The five were the most against the Oakland quarterback in a game all season. " We were just absolutely terrible, " Gannon told the Los Angeles Times. " It was a nightmarish performance. " Tampa Bay held Oakland to a low 62 yards in a first half where veterans Jerry Rice and Tim Brown were inef- fective. Despite falling to five sacks, Gannon still completed 24-44. Giv- ing the Raiders an early lead, former Wolverine Charles Woodson caught the Oakland ' s lone interception that set up a field goal. But Tampa Bay answered and dominated. First half blunders and an absent running game 19 total yards cost Oak- land tlK Kristen Fidh 15t MirHIGANENSIAN Giants Fall to Angels By Kristen Fidh After battling through seven games with their intrastate rival San Francisco, Anaheim ended up on top. For the first time in franchaise history, the Angels won the World Series after Garrett Anderson hit a three-run double to drive in Game 7 ' s winning runs. In the comeback story of the season, Anaheim bounced back from a record-worst start, 6-14, to win a record-best, 99 games. Then, in Game 6 of the Series, the Angels were down 5 runs in the seventh inning facing elimination when Scott Spiezio ' s three-run homer cut San Francisco ' s lead to two. The bottom of the eighth saw Darrin Erstad hit a single homerun and a Garrett Anderson base hit that was fumbled by Barry Bonds, allowing runners on first and third. Finally, Giants ' pitcher Robb Nen relieved Tim Worrell in hopes of securing a San Francisco vic- tory. But Nen gave up a two-run double to Series MVP Tony Glaus that secured the game for Anaheim. " This championship was about 25 guys on the field giving everything they had, " Anaheim ' s Mike Scioscia told the San Francisco Chronicle. " Winning the World Series is about the players on the field. I ' ve never been around a group of guys who have worked so hard for a goal. "



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mley Cup after the Red Win won over Carolina 3-1 . LJdstrom also took home the C Smythe trophy. AP Photo

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