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Michigan to play Minnesota, keep things rolling

BY ISAIAH ZEAVIN-MOSS

Michigan will try to continue its winning ways in a three-game series against Minnesota.

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Wolverines rolling into inaugural conference series against Maryland

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BY KEVIN SANTO

Despite the string of 11 straight wins for Michigan, Maryland still has a handful of players that could find a chink in the recently impenetrable armor of the Wolverines.

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Wolverines maintain 'back against the wall' mentality even with recent success

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BY BEN FIDELMAN

Winning 15 of its last 20 games, the Michigan baseball team has been on the climb from the cellar of the conference standings, and currently resides in fifth place in the Big Ten.

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Baseball's bottom half setting the table for conferences' best offense

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BY BEN FIDELMAN

Top-to-bottom, the Wolverine lineup has produced well throughout this season, but the conferences’ best offense is pushed to another level when senior contributors like Patrick, Jacobson or White are reaching base.

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After long deliberation, unfinished business brings LeVert back for senior season

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BY MAX BULTMAN

After an offseason that included two separate submissions to the NBA Draft Advisory Committee, LeVert officially announced Tuesday his intentions to finish his degree and play his senior season for the Wolverines.

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Michigan blows away Oakland, 10-4

James Coller/Daily

BY NATHANIEL CLARK

Like several other games this season, Michigan’s onslaught began in the first inning.


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Men's Basketball

Caris LeVert to return for senior season

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY JAKE LOURIM

Junior guard Caris LeVert will pass up the NBA Draft this season and return for his senior year at Michigan, the team announced Tuesday.

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The Guard Whisperer: LaVall Jordan helps Wolverines harness untapped potential

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY MAX BULTMAN

One of the wonders of John Beilein’s tenure at Michigan is how the Wolverines have gotten so much production out of their guards. The answer, or at least a big part of it, is Jordan, one of the best-kept secrets in college basketball.

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Michigan to play Oakland in a test of mindset

James Coller/Daily

BY ISAIAH ZEAVIN-MOSS

The Michigan baseball team, which is looking to turn this season into one for the record book, will only be able to achieve its lofty goal with a controlled confidence moving forward.

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SportsMonday Column

SportsMonday Column: Majoring in collegiate athletics

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Mom, you must have known how much this place meant to me.

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Michigan ends its season on high note after falling to Minnesota in Big Ten Tournament

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BY ALEX KHALIFEH

Against Minnesota (10-1, 20-6), Michigan couldn’t find a way to gain an edge against its even-keeled opponent.

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The home stretch: Softball staying focused when it matters most

BY TED JANES

Staying on top of its game coming down the home stretch won’t be as easy for Michigan. Both the competition and the stakes will rise, but Hutchins won’t let the energy die.

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James Coller/Daily

Michigan overcomes rain delays, early deficit to beat Spartans

BY CHRIS CROWDER

Despite looking unusually close, Michigan got its usual last laugh. The Spartans surrendered two late-game home runs, and the Wolverines came out on top with a 4-3 win.

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In rain-soaked victory, Wagner weathers the storm

BY KEVIN SANTO

In the final two innings, the left-hander allowed just one hit and forced four groundouts as Michigan close out its 11th-straight win.

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Abby Ramirez keeps defenses guessing

BY CHRIS CROWDER

Ramirez, who is batting .375, is often overlooked when opponents prepare for the Michigan softball team’s lineup.

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SportsMonday Column

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SportsMonday Column: Somebody has to care

BY GREG GARNO

And so at the Daily, watching sports and telling stories — like Andrew Copp’s or Drake Johnson’s, athletes, students who cared enough about what they did and who they were to share — were ways for me to speak to Dad. He cared for me as I cared for the 50 members of the sports section.

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Men's Basketball

Wagner’s coach, teammates endorse his commitment to Michigan

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Wagner, who announced his commitment April 5, currently plays for Alba Berlin, a professional German team.

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Michigan’s season ends in heartbreaking fashion at NCAA semifinals

BY CINDY YU

Less than two-tenths of a point separated the Michigan women’s gymnastics team from securing a spot on the floor at Saturday’s Super Six.

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