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Michigan Gymnastics

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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Women’s gymnastics ready to make a statement at NCAA Regional

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BY CINDY YU

“It’s the most important meet of the year,” said senior Shelby Gies.

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Nicole Artz: the 18-year-old superstar

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BY CINDY YU

Becoming the first Wolverine since 2006 to earn the honor, Nicole Artz has consistently proven to be a key asset to the No. 7 Michigan women’s gymnastics team.

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Men’s gymnastics, Mikulak repeat as Big Ten champions

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

No. 4 Michigan achieved the former with a final score of 448.20 at the Big Ten Championship, topping second-place Ohio State by more than seven points. Senior Sam Mikulak walked away as Big Ten Gymnast of the Year and won the all-around competition for the third year in a row, besting his own NCAA record in the event.

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Men's Gymnastics

Hub Humphrey impresses on stage in two memorable performances

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BY MARINA NAZARIO

The junior put on a memorable performance both at Mock Rock on Tuesday night — an annual fundraiser put on by the Student Athlete Advisory Committee featuring the school’s varsity teams — and at the Senior Night meet against Illinois-Chicago this past weekend for the Michigan men’s gymnastics team.

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Michigan wins Big Ten Championships behind Sampson’s perfect 10

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BY CINDY YU

In her final Big Ten Championship, senior captain Joanna Sampson anchored the floor lineup and scored her first-ever perfect 10 to lead the No. 8 Michigan women’s gymnastics team to its 21st conference title in program history.

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Men's gymnastics completes first undefeated season since 1974

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

Under the lights of the jumbotron, the fourth-ranked Wolverines celebrated both Senior Night and their first undefeated regular season with a win over Illinois-Chicago, 445.75-401.75 — its first unblemished record since 1974.

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