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Michigan Gymnastics

Katie Zurales epitomizes perseverance for women's gymnastics

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BY CINDY YU

More than once, Katie Zurales wanted to quit. The senior captain of the No. 4 Michigan women’s gymnastics team (6-1 Big Ten, 17-1 overall) had a season-ending injury prior to the NCAA Championships in 2010. She’s broken her foot, dislocated her shoulder, compressed her back and underwent two hip surgeries within the span of three years.

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Women's Gymnastics

Wolverines finish the regular season undefeated at home

BY CINDY YU

Saturday was an emotional night for the No. 3 Michigan women’s gymnastics team’s seniors — co-captain Katie Zurales, Brittnee Martinez and Natalie Beilstein — as it marked their last time ever competing at Crisler Center.

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Men's Gymnastics

Michigan drops its second straight meet

BY ALEX TAYLOR

Facing the No. 1 team at the Recreation Building in State College, the site of this year’s National Championship, the Michigan’s men’s gymnastics team was unable to finish the Big Ten season undefeated.

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Michigan scores season high in LA

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BY CINDY YU

The No. 3 Michigan women’s gymnastics team proved on Sunday why it has deserved to be ranked in the top three every week this season.

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Men's Gymnastics

Michigan narrowly loses its undefeated season

BY ALEX TAYLOR

The combination of facing the No. 3 team in the country, missing two of its best gymnasts and dealing with a new scoring system led to the Michigan men’s gymnastic team’s first loss of the season.

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Women's Gymnastics

Plocki clinches 600th win with victory over MSU

BY CINDY YU

Saturday, March 2, marked multiple milestones for the No. 3 Michigan women’s gymnastics team.

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Captains split event titles at Pink Meet

Natasha Janardan/Daily

BY CINDY YU

Michigan athletic teams hold the expectation that their captains embody the leaders and the best. The captains of the No. 3 Michigan women’s gymnastics team, senior Katie Zurales and junior Joanna Sampson, met that expectation by sweeping the individual event titles at the Wendy M. Roach Invitational Pink Meet.

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