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Michigan Gymnastics

Freshman duo impresses in college debut

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BY CINDY YU

On Friday, Nicole Artz and Talia Chiarelli helped the Wolverines score a 196.525 team total to win the tri-meet at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa over Iowa State (194.600) and Illinois State (187.400).

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Women's gymnastics off to strong start in season full of expectations

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BY JUSTIN MEYER

The Wolverines were cool and collected in their season-opening exhibition against Central Michigan, beating the Chippewas 195.550-193.100.

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Reigning NCAA champion Sampson hungry for improvement

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BY CINDY YU

Sampson picked up two additional event titles for her new uneven bars and floor exercise routines that tabulated identical scores of 9.900.

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Men's gymnastics

A night of firsts for the men's gymnastics team

BY CAROLYN KODIS

The Wolverines were divided into two smaller teams, with the Blue team captained by graduate student Syque Caesar and the Maize team led by senior Matt Freeman. Blue came out victorious, beating Maize, 336.45-324.75.

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Men’s Gymnastics

Rohan Sebastian: The Selfless Champion

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BY ALEX TAYLOR

Sebastian, who just finished his collegiate career, collected two national championships and All-American honors during his time competing for Michigan gymnastics. Yet before any of the success, these accomplishments required Sebastian to make sacrifices along the way.

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Women's Gym

Captains lead Michigan, but team falls just short of qualifying for NCAA Super Six

BY CINDY YU

Maintaining composure throughout the NCAA semifinals at Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles, the Wolverines scored a 196.850 in the evening session on Friday night, but ended their season as a team.

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Michigan dominates in national championship win

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BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Going into the final rotation of the NCAA national championship on Saturday night, the Michigan men’s gymnastics team held a half-point lead over Oklahoma with only its floor routine to go. But while the Sooners and the other four teams were anxiously waiting to begin their last event rotations, the Wolverines couldn’t help but smile.

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