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Michigan Gymnastics

It's another Super Six trip for men's gymnastics

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Posted Apr. 18
PALO ALTO, Calif. - This year, there was no wild celebration spilling out onto the competition floor. There was no last-minute push to the finish.
But the result was the same.
In Session I of NCAA team qualifiers last night, the No. 6 Michigan men's gymnastics team nudged out the seventh-ranked Buckeyes for the third available spot in tonight's team finals with a 354.30. It's the third year in a row Ohio State has missed team finals, and the second straight year Michigan has snagged the final slot.

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After strong start, pommel horse drops men's gymnastics back to sixth at Nationals

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Posted Apr. 19
Updated Apr. 20
PALO ALTO, Calif. - For five rotations, the No. 6 Michigan men's gymnastics team seemed on the verge of the improbable. The Wolverines, as the last team to qualify to Friday night's NCAA team finals, were expected to come in sixth.
But going into the final rotation, a third- or fourth-place finish was within reach. All Michigan needed was a solid performance on the pommel horse.

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Blue renews intensity in preparations for NCAAs

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Coming off disappointment at Big Tens, Michigan aims to rise to the challenge

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Wolverines earns second place in West Regional

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

Score high enough to qualify team for NCAA Championships

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Rivalry doesn't tarnish friendship

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Longtime friends, one a Wolverine and one a Buckeye, stay close regardless

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High bar halts title hopes

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Four falls lead to disappointing fourth-place finish at Big Tens

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After 8 year itch, men's gymnastics squad seeks conference title

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

In 2000, the Michigan men's gymnastics team won its second consecutive Big Ten Championship. The Wolverines, defending national champions with a core of young talent, seemed on track for continued success.
But they haven't stood atop the Big Ten championship podium since.
"It's about time for us to win a Big Ten Championship," assistant coach Scott Vetere said. "Eight years is way too long."

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