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Michigan Gymnastics

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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Men's gymnastics beats Buckeyes in dual for first time since 2004

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

The Buckeyes thought they had it.
The No. 7 Ohio State men's gymnastics team had beaten the Wolverines three years running, and looked to be clawing its way to a comeback at Cliff Keen Arena on Saturday night.
But the fifth-ranked Wolverines knew the meet was theirs.
They didn't panic. Not after two rough routines to lead off floor exercise. Not after Ohio State took the lead after three events. Not when the first five Michigan parallel-bars sets all had major mistakes.

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Rais hits his sets on Senior Night

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

It began slowly in the back of the team bus, a few voices joining in with Journey's "Don't Stop Believing." Riding back from a defeat at Illinois on March 9, the Michigan men's gymnastics team suddenly decided it was time to sing.
Within minutes, a team-wide karaoke party was in full swing.
For senior Dan Rais, the moment was "euphoric."
"At first, I didn't think anything of it," Rais said. "But after we stopped for a little bit, it was so different. It felt like it was just a different team. . It was like having all my best friends, and doing what we love to do."

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No. 3 Utah only roadblock to a perfect regular season for the Wolverines

Julie Rowe

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

Twenty four routines stand between the Michigan women's gymnastics team and a perfect regular season.
There's just one catch - they'll be stacking up against 24 performances from No. 3 Utah.
That doesn't mean the fourth-ranked Wolverines (5-0 Big Ten, 18-0 overall) will be intimidated when they take on the Utes Saturday.
The last time Michigan competed in Crisler Arena two weeks ago, it knocked off No. 1 Georgia with a season-high 197.600-point score.

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