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Saturday, April 18, 2015

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After 19 years, still the same John Beilein

BY JAKE LOURIM

Through the years, the players have changed, the opponents have changed and the scheme has changed. But one thing remains constant: It’s the same John Beilein.

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Michigan prepares for Purdue, looks to get back on track

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BY ISAIAH ZEAVIN-MOSS

After winning nine of 12 games, including a pair of series wins against Maryland and Indiana, the Michigan baseball team has suddenly found itself in a rut.

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Led by backups, Michigan’s defense continues to evolve

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BY BRANDON CARNEY

Excluding a 22-goal outing against offensive juggernaut Brown, the Michigan defense has given up less than 10 goals per game and has held half of its opponents to single-digit scoring.

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Wolverines determined to qualify for 11th NCAA Super Six on Friday

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BY CINDY YU

The No. 6 Michigan women’s gymnastics team has one final item to check off its bucket list: qualifying for the NCAA Super Six.

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NBA Draft speculation remains for LeVert

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

With the NBA Draft early entry eligibility deadline quickly approaching on April 26, the junior guard is still deliberating and evaluating all the available information he can get before making up his mind.

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Co-MVPs Albrecht, Irvin among award winners at banquet

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Junior guard Spike Albrecht and sophomore forward Zak Irvin were honored as the men’s basketball team’s Bill Buntin Most Valuable Players on Wednesday at the annual awards banquet.

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Softball

Same thing, different day for Kelly Christner

BY KEVIN SANTO

So far this season, Christner has more than quadrupled her home run total. She has also already surpassed her hit total from the 2014 campaign, tallying 57 compared to last year’s 55.

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Notebook: Michigan’s offense goes cold this week

James Coller/Daily

BY NATHANIEL CLARK

The only Wolverine to record more than one hit Wednesday was sophomore infielder Carmen Benedetti, who went 2-for-4 and drove in one of Michigan’s two runs with a single in the fourth inning.

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From afar: Bastien’s success a family affair

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BY MATTHEW KIPNIS

Despite two career paths that feature almost identical skillsets, personal records and techniques, it has been the younger Bastien’s ability to love what he does and stay positive that has separated him from his father and the rest of the pack.

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Wolverines set to face Michigan State in lopsided rivalry tilt

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BY CHRIS CROWDER

Wednesday, the fourth-ranked Wolverines (10-2 Big Ten, 37-6 overall) will head to East Lansing to play the Spartans (1-11, 16-24). The Spartans haven’t given the Wolverines much of a challenge historically, as Michigan leads the all-time series, 82-27.

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Michigan handles Purdue to start off weekend series

BY NATHANIEL CLARK

In a game that featured many scoring opportunities, the Wolverines took advantage of them and topped Purdue, 9-4.


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After sitting out a year, Robinson ready to contribute for Michigan

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

After transferring from Williams College to Michigan in late August, the sophomore guard had to mentally and physically prepare for life at the Division I level.

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Wolverines look to carry momentum into Indiana

BY KEVIN SANTO

Though fans are already chalking up three wins in this weekend’s series against Indiana, the Wolverines won’t be taking the competition lightly.

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Despite mutual interest, Michigan Stadium won't host International Champions Cup match this summer

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Athletic Director Jim Hackett confirmed he had been in conversations with tournament organizers as recently as last week about using the Big House as a venue, but scheduling issues proved too difficult to overcome.

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With one successful surgery, Albrecht considers a second while recovering

BY MAX BULTMAN

Albrecht had surgery on his right hip last week after playing with a fractured bone and torn labrum for most of the season.

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Michigan in full command on both ends, dominates Michigan State

BY TED JANES

The Wolverines quickly turned the game around behind sophomore right-hander Megan Betsa’s hot hand and sophomore outfielder Kelly Christner’s powerful bat.

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