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Thursday, April 17, 2014

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Notebook: Morgan, Stauskas highlight banquet, LeVert announces return while McGary status uncertain

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

“It’s just been an amazing experience. I will always remember this place and ...” Morgan said, pausing to wipe away tears. “Aw man. I said I wasn’t gonna do it.”

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Home runs pace offense in 20th straight win

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BY JAKE LOURIM

The Wolverines hammered three home runs to leave Mount Pleasant, Mich. with an 11-0 run-rule victory over Central Michigan.

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Michigan routs Detroit, nabs third win of season 


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BY NATHANIEL CLARK

The Wolverines’ 16-6 win over Detroit marked their first regulation win, first road win and their first two-game winning streak of their inaugural season.


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Stauskas, Robinson declare for NBA Draft

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BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Experts have Stauskas slotted as a mid-first round pick on the cusp of the lottery and Robinson going later in the second round. Garry Parrish, a national columnist for CBS Sports, has Stauskas going as the 15th pick pick to the Atlanta Hawks and Robinson as the 39th to the Detroit Pistons.

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Seasoned softball coaches face off Wednesday

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BY KELLY HALL

Central Michigan has squared off at least once against the Wolverines every year in Michigan’s 37 softball seasons except for one, and the Wolverines lead the all-time series, 48-30.

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Mike Francia leads men’s lacrosse at Relay For Life

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BY MINH DOAN

The Wolverines participated in the M-Relay event at Palmer Field on Saturday to honor those who had passed away from cancer, as well as cancer survivors.

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Betsa's mindset lifts her back into pitching rotation

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BY JAKE LOURIM

After regaining her rhythm in practice and a midweek game, Megan Betsa is back in the mix for important games.

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After cancellation, baseball set to host cross-town rival

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Michigan was initially slated to host the Eagles on Tuesday and travel to Ypsilanti on Wednesday, but freezing weather forced the cancellation of the first contest. Instead, the Wolverines will welcome Eastern Michigan on Wednesday as the only midweek game.

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Michigan, Mikulak repeat as national champions

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BY ALEX TAYLOR

After finishing the regular season undefeated and then winning the Big Ten championship, the second-ranked Wolverines wrapped up their perfect season by winning the National Championship with a score of 445.050.

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Michigan ready to come full circle at NCAA Championships

BY CINDY YU

With the final meet of their college careers looming, the seniors have just one goal in mind: to qualify for the Super Six.

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For seventh straight time, baseball can’t keep pace with Eastern

BY ZACH SHAW

“There was just a lot of non-execution today — we didn’t play well at all,” said Michigan coach Erik Bakich. “We walked five leadoff hitters, three of them scored, we had a lot of missed bunts, and across the board, we didn’t play to win.”

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Two feet in or two feet out: The process behind Stauskas’ and Robinson’s departure

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

For Stauskas, the decision came a week ago, and for Robinson, only Monday night. Despite the difference in time to make their final decision to go pro, the same mantra held their respective choices to leave Michigan early.

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Drop the base: Michigan's top five walk-up songs

BY ZACH SHAW

All of the baseball walk-up songs are unique and worth a listen, but we’ve broken down the top five to enjoy.

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Silent Victors: Club boxing wins first-ever national championship

BY ZACH SHAW

Once in danger of folding, the Michigan Club Boxing team has fought its way to excellence, culminating its efforts two weeks ago by winning five individual titles and the program’s first-ever team national championship.

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SportsMonday Column: After the fall

BY ZACH HELFAND

He has the individual titles: seven of them now, tied for the most in NCAA men’s gymnastics history. He has won three all-around titles. He has been a part of two team national titles. This alone makes him one of the most successful Michigan athletes of all time.

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