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    National Championships
  • 307
    Individual National Champions
  • 150
    Olympic Medals
  • 1865-66
    First Varsity Team: Baseball
  • No. 1
    All-Time Big Ten Championships
  • 1973-74
    First Women's Varsity Teams
  • 1898
    "The Victors" was written

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Show back of card. Ali Arastu, men’s track and field, class of 2015

Ali Arastu

Men’s Track & Field

2015
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Being a student-athlete at the University of Michigan has developed me physically, mentally and emotionally. Every day I am pushed to my limits to be the best that I can be. The expectations of a Michigan student-athlete may have seemed overwhelming at first, but it is what I signed up for when I decided to compete at the highest of levels both athletically and academically. These past four years have been challenging, but ultimately successful because of the motivating and encouraging support staff that I am surrounded by every day. It took hard work, dedication and focus to be a student athlete, but by going to Michigan, I was guided into becoming a successful one.
Show back of card. Denise Muresan

Denise Muresan

Professional Tennis Player - Women's Tennis

2011
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After you graduate, you may not be able to take Ann Arbor with you as much as you wish you could! But two things you will always have with you, formed from your experiences there, are the leadership and personal growth you gain. These will help you in every aspect of your life, in anything you want to accomplish.
Show back of card. Andy Matthews, men’s golf, class of 2002

Andy Matthews

iFlightPlanner, Co-Founder & Director of Business Development - Men's Golf

2002
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My experiences as a letterwinner reach far beyond the classroom or the golf course. The lasting friendships, unforgettable memories and career opportunities that have defined who I am would not have been possible without the University of Michigan leading the way.
Show back of card. Laura Olson, women’s golf, class of 2005

Laura Olin Olson

Golf Sales Rep - Women's Golf

2005
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Playing golf at Michigan is a very special experience, and one that I have cherished since graduation. We were given all of the tools to succeed on and off the course - including state-of-the-art practice facilities, equipment, coaches and trainers, not to mention one of the top college courses in the country.