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Michigan Gymnastics

SportsMonday Column: After the fall

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BY ZACH HELFAND

He has the individual titles: seven of them now, tied for the most in NCAA men’s gymnastics history. He has won three all-around titles. He has been a part of two team national titles. This alone makes him one of the most successful Michigan athletes of all time.

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Mikulak wins seventh individual title, ties NCAA record

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

“It was really special for Sam to finish last night with a stuck dismount for the team and to win the NCAA Championship,” said Michigan gymnastics coach Kurt Golder. “And then he finished the individual final with a stuck dismount and a National Championship, it’s like you couldn’t have written the script any better.”

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Michigan, Mikulak repeat as national champions

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BY ALEX TAYLOR

After finishing the regular season undefeated and then winning the Big Ten championship, the second-ranked Wolverines wrapped up their perfect season by winning the National Championship with a score of 445.050.

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Lindsay Williams: From walk-on to key player

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BY CINDY YU

On March 15 at the Big Ten Quad, however, Williams was thrust into a starting role where she has competed like a seasoned veteran.

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Michigan readies for National Championship

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BY ALEX TAYLOR

“We’re just excited to be able to hopefully defend our national title at home,” said graduate student captain Syque Caesar. “We set our goals right from the very beginning of the season to defend our national title and winning it at home.”

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Mr. Dependable: Matt Freeman

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

Senior gymnast Matt Freeman is Michigan’s most dependable teammate, a quality that makes him vital to the team’s success.

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Wolverines rally behind underclassmen to win the NCAA Athens Regional

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BY CINDY YU

To fill in for the Austin Sheppard, the underclassmen on the No. 7 Michigan women’s gymnastics team stepped up at the most important meet of the season against No. 6 Georgia, No. 18 Central Michigan, No. 22 Ohio State, North Carolina State and Rutgers.

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