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Michigan Gymnastics

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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Big Tens double the fun for family

Julie Rowe

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

Botterman clan roots for Michigan's Kylee and Illinois's Marijka at meet

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Michigan defends title

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

Blue dominates conference foes to win championship

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Blue's weakness turned into strength

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Michigan's mastery of pommel horse key to season's success

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Tumblers perfect no longer

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

Miscues and alternate lineup lead to first loss of season

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