MD

sports

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Advertise with us »

Michigan Gymnastics

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

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

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.

Full Story |

Michigan bests Illinois in first home meet

Rita Morris/Daily

BY RILEY NELSON

Sugiyama, along with the rest of the Michigan women’s gymnastics team, beat No. 11 Illinois 196.850-195.475 in its first home meet of the season thanks to a strong group effort.

Full Story |

Freshman Brown shines in victory

Rita Morris/Daily

BY ERIN DRABICKI

Brianna Brown may just be a freshman, but her performance against Illinois on Sunday cast away any remaining doubts about her abilities.

Full Story |

Wolverines' undefeated streak snapped at Penn State

Charlie Kowalec/Daily

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.

Full Story |

Michigan improves all around in Big Ten debut

Allison Farrand/Daily

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.

Full Story |

Freshmen shine at Windy City Invite

Charles Kowalec/Daily

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.

Full Story |

Sophomore duo catapults Wolverines to highest-scoring season opener

Allison Farrand/Daily

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.

Full Story |

Advertise with us »


|