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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

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Demps' heroics power two Northwestern comebacks, Wildcats top Michigan in double OT

BY JAKE LOURIM

The Northwestern faithful exploded and the Wildcats (6-11 Big Ten, 15-15 overall) finished off a thrilling win a half-hour before midnight Tuesday night.

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With the end of the season looming, Wolverines brace for tough matchup at Northwestern

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BY MAX BULTMAN

Even with their respective fortunes trending in seemingly opposite directions, Michigan and Northwestern (5-11, 14-15) should be in for another close contest when the Wolverines visit Evanston on Tuesday night.

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Final series on road trip presents challenges for Wolverines

BY TED JANES

After a successful five-win series in Tempe, Arizona, the No. 3 Michigan softball team (18-1) heads to Fullerton, California. Despite spending 11 days on the road, there will be little time off for the team.

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Big bats and 'one-pitch focus' net Michigan five more wins

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BY TYLER SCOTT

The Wolverines defeated Binghamton once and won twice each against Toledo and Arizona State to total five wins on the weekend in which Michigan recorded 57 runs and went deep 20 times.

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Maryland offense too much for Michigan in College Park

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

Exchanging baskets early, the Wolverines seemed to be capable of staying with Maryland, but a 12-0 run by the Terrapins to end the first half appeared to dash those hopes.

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3-point shooting tells the story of 10-point loss

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BY MAX BULTMAN

The Terrapins withstood all the Wolverines’ efforts and responded with hot shooting beyond the arc, burying any chance for a comeback in what ended as a 66-56 Maryland victory.

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Men's Track and Field

Ferlic, Maye shine at Big Ten Indoor Championships

BY BEN KIM

The Wolverines proved they had come to compete, scoring 67 points and placing fifth out of 12 teams, the highest they have placed since 2009, when they were runner-ups.

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The waiting game: Cyesha Goree’s transformation

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

More than a decade later, the 6-foot-3 Goree is now the starting center for the Michigan women’s basketball team, but the journey has been far from easy — injuries and personal and physical growth always tested her patience and grit.

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Behind Enemy Lines: Maryland forward Evan Smotrycz

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

The Daily sat down with Smotrycz at Big Ten Media Day in October to discuss playing Michigan, air travel and sage advice he can give out regarding the tough Big Ten conference.

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Women's Basketball

Before the Big Ten Tournament, Michigan travels to Illinois for one last regular-season game

BY MINH DOAN

As students travel to their Spring Break destinations, the Wolverines (8-9 Big Ten, 16-12 overall) will hit the road Saturday to travel to Champaign to take on Illinois in their final game of the regular season.

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Max Bultman: In overtime, a blueprint for Irvin

BY MAX BULTMAN

Irvin isn’t yet the player Michigan hoped he would be by now. He hasn’t been consistent enough and he still hasn’t put it all together. But sometime between that missed free throw and that 3-pointer, Irvin did something that will help him lose that “not yet” label that’s been chasing him since he got to Ann Arbor: He shook off some of his own doubt.

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Men's Basketball

Behind Enemy Lines: Northwestern guard Tre Demps

BY JAKE LOURIM

As a redshirt junior captain, Demps leads Northwestern (5-11 Big Ten, 14-15 overall) with 12.5 points per game and 48 3-pointers.

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Scoreless third quarter dooms Michigan

BY BRANDON CARNEY

Michigan’s two-point halftime lead vanished in a scoreless third quarter as Jacksonville (2-1) outscored the Wolverines, 9-1, in the second half on its way to a 14-8 win.

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Compher breaks through in sweep of Badgers

BY ZACH SHAW

In a series sweep of Wisconsin, the 17th-ranked Wolverines received flashes of the old Compher. The sophomore tallied four goals, including a hat trick Saturday to return to his old scoring ways.

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Baseball sweeps Siena to get season back on track

BY DANNY VARGOVICK

In a four-game sweep of Siena (1-10), Michigan’s offense exploded for 29 runs while pitching and defense combined to allow just six.

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It's not just another: Michigan wins fifth straight Big Ten title

BY TED JANES

After the last race of the meet, an elated head coach Mike Bottom jumped into the pool alongside his staff to celebrate a fifth consecutive Big Ten Championship, a streak that began in 2011.

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Women's Track and Field

Wolverines take second at Big Ten Indoor Championships

BY KELLY HALL

Thanks to juniors Cindy Ofili and Shannon Osika and a trio of 800-meter runners, the Wolverines collected 60 more points and finished as the runner-up on Saturday in Geneva, Ohio at the SPIRE institute.

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