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Michigan Gymnastics

Sugiyama leads Michigan to 20th consecutive win over Spartans

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BY CINDY YU

Friday, Sugiyama was the only gymnast to place among the top three in each event. Her overall score of 39.550 marked her third consecutive career-best meet performance as well as her fourth all-around victory of the season.

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Balance beam bright spot for women's gymnastics

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BY LELAND MITCHINSON

Not only was the balance beam Michigan’s best apparatus of the night, it was the Wolverines’ best team performance on the beam all season.

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Wolverines sweep event titles in Maryland

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BY CINDY YU

At the XFINITY Center in College Park, the fifth-ranked Wolverines defeated the Terrapins, 197.125-194.575, marking their highest road score of the season.

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Rising stars and returning vets brings back confidence

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BY MARINA NAZARIO

Saturday marked a turning point in the season when No. 5 Michigan beat No. 2 Stanford, 433.90-432.650. After losing an integral senior class in 2014 that included Olympians Sam Mikulak and Syque Caesar, the 2015 team struggled to find its identity. Initially, leaders like Ervin have helped propel the team forward.

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Wolverines defeat Stanford in first home meet of the season

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BY DANIEL TACHNA-FRAM

On the night it unveiled its NCAA championship banner from 2014, the No. 5 Michigan men’s gymnastics team appeared to be every bit as good as the team from a year ago, downing No. 2 Stanford 433.900-432.650.

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Women's Gymnastics

Michigan gymnastics flips for autism

BY MARINA NAZARIO

In addition to taking place alongside a Big Ten meet, the purpose of the competition was to increase awareness of autism and how it affects those who have it.

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No. 4 Michigan records season-best total to defeat No. 7 Nebraska

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BY CINDY YU

In a showdown between the top two teams in the Big Ten, the fourth-ranked Wolverines (3-0 Big Ten, 5-0 overall) recorded a season-best total of 197.300 to beat No. 7 Nebraska’s 195.875 points at Crisler Center on Saturday.

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