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Michigan Gymnastics

Full team hits road in rare chance

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Michigan brings five more gymnasts than usual to Calif.

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Men's gymnastics puts up a fight against first-ranked Stanford

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

In a one-week span, the Michigan men's gymnastics team transformed from an also-ran into a major contender.
The sixth-ranked Wolverines gave top-ranked Stanford all it could handle yesterday but lost in a nailbiter, 361.30-361.15. Michigan's team total was its highest of the season, and the Sunday matinee performance was the closest the Wolverines have come to a perfect meet.

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Men's tennis makes up for last week's loss in win against Wake Forest

BY MICHAEL BERTENTHAL

It didn't take long for the No. 19 Michigan men's tennis team to avenge last Tuesday's loss to No. 5 Texas. The Wolverines rebounded four days later against another ranked opponent.
Michigan beat No. 17 Wake Forest, 4-3, at Leighton Tennis Stadium Saturday to gain its first road victory over a top-25 opponent in four years.
The Wolverines' doubles game was solid as they took their eighth doubles point in nine matches this season. But their singles performances were the most impressive of the day.

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Perfection continues at Cat Classic

BY NICOLE AUERBACH

No. 4 Michigan beats three teams to remain unbeaten

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Blue faces top competition on West Coast

BY COLT ROSENSWEIG

Tomorrow, in the Pacific Coast Classic, the Michigan men's gymnastics team will find out where it truly stands among the country's elite squads.
The meet, held in Oakland, Calif., will feature five of the nation's top six teams - No. 1 Stanford, No. 3 Oklahoma, No. 4 California and No. 5 Illinois. And with the competition tougher than ever, the sixth-ranked Wolverines are looking to make a statement.

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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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