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Michigan Gymnastics

Wolverines' undefeated streak snapped at Penn State

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

Despite a strong start, the Wolverines faltered late, allowing Penn State to snap their undefeated streak with a 444.700-436.350 victory.

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Michigan improves all around in Big Ten debut

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BY CINDY YU

From the uneven bars to the balance beam and the floor exercise to the vault, the No. 4 Michigan women’s gymnastics team showed improvements on each event in its first Big Ten meet.

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Freshmen shine at Windy City Invite

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

The Michigan men’s gymnastics team might not be the same group that won back-to-back national championships in 2013 and 2014, but after a major comeback at the Windy City Invite in Chicago on Saturday, the revamped roster still seems poised for success.

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Sophomore duo catapults Wolverines to highest-scoring season opener

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BY CINDY YU

More than half of the No. 8 Michigan women’s gymnastics team is comprised of underclassmen. But despite having one of the youngest squads in the nation, the Wolverines could have easily been mistaken for veterans on Saturday.

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Wolverines host Eastern Michigan in season-opening exhibition meet

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BY MARINA NAZARIO

The Wolverines hosted and defeated Eastern Michigan, 196.150-192.400, in an exhibition tune-up before the season gets underway.

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Men's gymnastics shows off new roster at annual intrasquad meet

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

The Wolverines graduated eight seniors after winning back-to-back championships last season, including Olympian Sam Mikulak. However, the same team chemistry that aided last year’s squad was evident at the annual Maize and Blue Intrasquad meet on Saturday.

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Mikulak and Gaarenstroom start tea business

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

For seven years, Mikulak, fellow Michigan gymnast Jordan Gaarenstroom and their high school friend, Alex Anunciation, have been working on making their tea company, MatéBros, a reality.

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