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Michigan Gymnastics

Michigan finds ‘different level’ en route to Big Ten title

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BY CINDY YU

Michigan (18-0 Big Ten, 21-2 overall) dominated the Big Ten Championships with a season-best team total of 197.825, the second-highest score in program history.

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On Senior Night, Ervin has a performance to remember

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BY BETELHEM ASHAME

For the final home meet of the season, and of his Michigan career, Ervin put on a show.

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Artz shines at Big Ten Championships

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BY MARINA NAZARIO

Artz earned a score of 9.950, which was a first-place finish on beam and exactly what the Wolverines needed to win the meet.

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Michigan eclipses UIC by 40 points

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

Then, de los Angeles did something that didn’t follow his plan: he stuck his vault dismount. As the judge raised his green flag, signaling that de los Angeles earned the “stick bonus,” Cliff Keen Arena erupted in cheers. The senior’s routine solidified Michigan’s 443.05-401.75 win over UIC.

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Michigan to host Big Ten Championships on Saturday

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BY CINDY YU

Undefeated in the Big Ten, Michigan has the opportunity to become the first team to win both the regular-season and Big Ten championships in one season.

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From punk to leader: Paul Rizkalla Jr.

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BY CINDY YU

The Paul Rizkalla Jr. of new has grown into a mature, well-rounded young man. With a newfound attitude, his appearance on and off the floor complement one another.

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Michigan gains retribution in second meeting against Illinois

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BY MARINA NAZARIO

Michigan (6-2 Big Ten, 10-3 overall) defeated Illinois at home on Sunday, 435.75-428.500.

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