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Michigan Gymnastics

Michigan looking to remedy Big Ten qualifying performance

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY CINDY YU

At the Big Five meet on Saturday, Michigan will face No. 12 Penn State, No. 20 Minnesota, No. 25 Iowa and Rutgers inside the Sports Pavilion in Minneapolis.

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Michigan records highest regular-season road score in program history

Sam Mousigan/Daily

BY CINDY YU

In front of — an NCAA gymnastics attendance record — 16,019 fans at the Jon M. Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City, the Wolverines not only put up a new season-best total, but also recorded the highest regular-season road score in program history.

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Michigan wins rivalry matchup with Ohio State at height of conference season

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY CAROLYN KODIS

Not only did the Wolverines beat No. 8 Ohio State, they did it with a new season-best score, winning 437.05-432.20.

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Michigan sends four to Winter Cup Championship

Zach Moore/Daily

BY CAROLYN KODIS

Seniors Stacey Ervin, Adrian De Los Angeles, Nick Hunter and freshman Dmitri Belanovski represented at the weekend-long event. Belanovski participated in the all-around, while Ervin showed off five routines and both De Los Angeles and Hunter each participated in three.

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Wolverines prove they can compete with the best

Sam Mousigian/Daily

BY CINDY YU

No. 6 Michigan (5-0 Big Ten, 7-1 overall) came just short of upsetting the defending co-national champions, falling 197.375-197.250.

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Music the secret ingredient for the Wolverines' success on beam

Sam Mousigian/Daily

BY MARINA NAZARIO

In a sport that is both physically and mentally challenging, Michigan gymnasts say the music gives them the extra boost they need to compete.

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Men’s gymnastics gets big scores at Oklahoma loss

Zach Moore/Daily

BY CAROLYN KODIS

Though Michigan (3-2 Big Ten, 5-3 overall) earned a season-best score at Oklahoma (10-0), the Sooners' near-flawless performance Saturday night was too much for the Wolverines, culminating in a final score of 456.4-439.6.

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