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Michigan Gymnastics

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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Women’s gymnastics ready for redemption at the Big Ten Championships

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BY CINDY YU

No. 8 Michigan will try to live up to the highest ranking in the Big Ten.

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Michigan readies for UIC, postseason

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BY ALEX TAYLOR

The fourth-ranked Wolverines take on Illinois-Chicago Saturday in the brightly lit Crisler Center, the site of this year’s national championships.

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Men’s gymnastics holds onto undefeated season

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BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

It all came down to the high bar in one of the closest meets of the season for the No. 3 Michigan men’s gymnastics team.
With just a 3.75-point lead over No. 8 Penn State going into the final rotation, a mistake would put an end to the Wolverines’ undefeated season.

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Michigan unable to recover from disastrous beam performance at Big Ten Quad

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BY CINDY YU

Saturday at the Big Ten Quad meet, Michigan (5-2 Big Ten, 15-4 overall) broke its streak after a disastrous balance beam performance at Crisler Center, costing the team the Big Ten regular-season title.

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Artz shines through for Michigan on bars and beam

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BY AZALEA HINOJOSA

A flu and minimal training throughout the week were not enough to hinder freshman Nicole Artz of the No. 7 Michigan women’s gymnastics team on Saturday afternoon. The gymnast landed a season-high score on bars and the balance beam, proving her growth over the course of the season.

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