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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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Despite separation, Fresh Five friendship remains strong

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

Though it appears Albrecht is ready to embrace his new leadership role on a very young Michigan men’s basketball team, it’ll take some time for the junior guard to deal with the loss of some of his best friends.

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Notebook: Hockey aiming to get healthy for Boston

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BY ZACH SHAW

When facing off against No. 7 UMass Lowell and No. 12 Boston University in its trip to Boston this weekend, the No. 14 Michigan hockey team will need all hands on deck if it wants to walk away with wins.

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SportsMonday Column

SportsMonday Column: Ryan builds a powerhouse to the beat of his own drum

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

A lot has changed since 2007, when Ryan was leading the U.S. National Team into the semifinals and benched Hope Solo for Briana Scurry.

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Controversial call forces Wolverines to settle for draw

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BY AKSHAY BAMZAI

With the women’s soccer rendition of the rivalry knotted at two with about one minute left in extra time, it appeared as though junior midfielder Corinne Harris was tackled from behind inside the 18-yard box.

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Slippery Rock

As Slippery Rock continues tradition, fans make trek for experience

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BY GREG GARNO

Fans filled the sections in the middle of the stadium even on a cold and cloudy day. They came from Western Pennsylvania or Kalamazoo, Michigan “because it’s U of M,” or because they “get to watch Slippery Rock play.”

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Volleyball sweeps twice on East Coast trip

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BY BEN FIDELMAN

This weekend, the Wolverines left their mark on the Big Ten’s two newest members, Rutgers (0-7 Big Ten, 7-13 overall) and Maryland (0-8, 7-12), sweeping both schools, 3-0, in the Wolverines’ first ever East Coast trip to play conference games.

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Painful tiebreaker loss knocks Petrone, Wolverines out of ITA

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BY JUSTIN MEYER

Despite all the fight he’d shown during the tiebreaker, Petrone couldn’t shake the loss. He hit long, short and wide, playing like a shell of the player that had rolled through tough competition earlier in the weekend.

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Women's Rowing

Wolverines take fifth at Head of the Charles

BY DANIEL TACHNA-FRAM

With today’s result, the Wolverines improved upon their eighth-place finish in the same race last year, and the fifth-place finish also marks the team’s best finish at the Head of the Charles since 2011.

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You don’t know Scott Sypniewski, and he hopes you never do

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BY MAX COHEN

He plays the most specialized position in football, the one where success is expected so often that it goes unrecognized, but the slightest mistake — even if it’s just a couple of inches — can draw the scrutiny of an entire fan base. He’s Scott Sypniewski, Michigan’s redshirt freshman long snapper, and he hopes you never say his name during games.

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Gardner ready to play against Michigan State

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BY MAX COHEN

Last season, the Spartans’ defense spanked Gardner and the Wolverines’ offense, sacking the quarterback seven times in a 29-6 blowout.

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For Ristovski and Michigan, music contributes to success

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

The support paid off, and Michigan closed a 12-point deficit to defeat the Spartans 70-69 and end a 12-game losing streak that had dated back six years.

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Two-face defense plagues hockey in series split

BY ZACH SHAW

“For some reason we got away from that last night. Tonight, we were a different team,” Berenson said.

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Football

Paul Sherman/Daily

Loss outweighs experience for Slippery Rock

BY MAX COHEN

But when the game was over, The Rock players didn’t care about the atmosphere that allowed them to play in front of more than 15,000 fans in the largest stadium in America. All that mattered was their team’s 45-23 loss to Mercyhurst.

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Allison Farrand/Daily

No. 1 Michigan’s winning streak snapped with third-place finish

BY CHRIS CROWDER

“Going in with the No. 1 ranking, we definitely had a little bit of a target on our backs,” said senior Brook Handler.

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Allison Farrand/Daily

Dominant Harris helps Michigan secure tie despite officiating

BY RILEY NELSON

The officials engaged Ryan, but only shook off his protests, forcing the Wolverines to settle for a 2-2 tie and leaving junior Corinne Harris with little to show for her commanding performance.

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