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Michigan Gymnastics

Online Update: Wolverines fall flat at Pacific Coast Classic

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Golder disappointed with team's effort

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Online Update: 'M' looks to bounce back against nation's best

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Posted February 29, 2008
Correction appended
After a disappointing Pacific Coast Classic, the Michigan men's gymnastics team found a new sense of purpose.
The mentality will face its biggest test Sunday when the Wolverines square up against No. 1 Stanford at Cliff Keen Arena. And to beat the Cardinal, practically every Wolverine needs to have a strong showing.
While individuals have shone at different times this year, they have not put it all together in a single meet.

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Deep roster lets 'M' shrug off injuries

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

While the Michigan women's gymnastics team's record might be squeaky clean, its bill of health isn't.
Three all-Americans - juniors Becky Bernard and Tatjana Thuener-Rego and senior Katie Lieberman - sat out of the lineup last weekend with minor injuries. The fourth-ranked Wolverines looked to younger gymnasts to hit routines and maintain the team's undefeated record. They did.

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All smiles

Patti Behler

BY BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Despite not competing, Heiter keeps teammates upbeat

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'M' blows away Gophers

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

Curtis, Bruck and Botterman lead Michigan to easy win

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Moore makes most of new role

Phillip Kurdunowicz

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

After four years on team, walk-on earns spot in event lineup

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Freshman steps it up in surprise first meet

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

At blind volleyball, a favorite offseason pastime of the Michigan men's gymnastics team, freshman Ian Makowske is always in great demand.

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