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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

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Michigan wins Big Ten Championship, earns first NCAA Tournament bid since 2008

BY ZACH SHAW

Seeing the “2015 Big Ten Champions” banner held by his team, Bakich lunged into a headfirst slide, dousing his brand-new championship T-Shirt in the rain-soaked grass before sliding right into position for the photo.

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Michigan upsets No. 4 Illinois, advances to Big Ten Championship game

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BY ZACH SHAW

It wasn’t always pretty, but the Wolverines kept the hunt for their first NCAA Tournament berth since 2008 alive, advancing to the Big Ten Championship game by beating the Illini, 5-3.

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Michigan beats Georgia, punches ticket to WCWS

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BY TYLER SCOTT

The Michigan softball team had to battle back from an early deficit to survive the Bulldog’s best efforts, but clinched the the victory 7 - 6, and booked themselves a trip to the Women’s College World Series.

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Baseball survives scare to beat Hawkeyes, eye championship game

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BY ZACH SHAW

With the win. Michigan is one of two teams remaining in the winner’s bracket, is one game away from the title game and has its highest win total since 2008.

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Michigan shuts down Georgia pitching en route to dominant win

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BY TYLER SCOTT

In the week leading up to Super Regionals, Michigan coach Carol Hutchins had one message for her team. She wanted them to attack.

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Ferlic takes the Big Ten by storm

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BY RILEY NELSON

On paper, Michigan men’s track’s redshirt junior co-captain Mason Ferlic was the best athlete going into the 3,000-meter steeplechase, but that didn’t mean he didn’t still have to work for his success at the Big Ten Championships

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Women's tennis ends season at individual championships

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BY LELAND MITCHINSON

Though the Michigan women’s tennis team ended its season last week in the Sweet 16 of the National Championship tournament, the team had three members competing in the individual championships this week in Waco, Texas.

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'Sauce' comes home: Stauskas' summer in Ann Arbor

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BY KELLY HALL

Judging by the 15 bottles of hot sauce lined up on his kitchen countertop, Nik Stauskas is either a burgeoning chef or an NBA rookie endorsed by Musashi Foods.

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Wolverines look forward to stacked Big Ten Tournament

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BY ZACH SHAW

The 2015 Big Ten Baseball Tournament is set to begin in Minneapolis Wednesday in what will be one of the most competitive conference tournaments in the country.

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Wolverines knock out Pittsburgh, advance to NCAA Super Regionals

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BY CHRIS CROWDER

The Wolverines came out swinging from the start. They didn’t wait around, sizing up their opponent. The jabs came quick and early.

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Wolverines will travel to Louisville for regional

BY ZACH SHAW

In Monday’s NCAA Tournament selection show, it was announced that the Wolverines (37-23) will travel to Louisville to play in a regional hosted by No. 3 Louisville.

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2015 Women's College World Series Preview: A game of musical chairs

BY TED JANES

Along with seven distinguished opponents, the Wolverines will continue to battle for the National Championship in the weeklong tournament. The Daily’s softball beat breaks down each team’s chances of winning the WCWS.

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After day of training, Michigan confident for matchup with No. 4 Illinois

BY ZACH SHAW

After going 2-0 against likely NCAA Tournament teams in Indiana and No. 19 Iowa in the first two rounds of the Big Ten Tournament, the Wolverines were one of two teams to earn a Friday bye. While the rest of the field sweated through elimination games, the Wolverines enjoyed the view from the top.

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Wagner prevents history from repeating itself, elevates Wolverines to WCWS

BY KEVIN SANTO

Three hundred sixty-four days ago, then junior left-hander Haylie Wagner was in Tallahassee. She was the go-to pitcher for the Michigan softball team. It was the Super Regionals, and she was in the circle staring down the barrel of gun.

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Chris Crowder: Unfinished checklist, unfinished business

BY CHRIS CROWDER

The Wolverines conveyed their desires with their words on February 4. Some had individual aspirations. Michigan coach Carol Hutchins had predictions. The ultimate prize was all the same.

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Wolverines take first game of Super Regionals, one win away from WCWS

BY KEVIN SANTO

Michigan captured a 10-3 victory in the first game of the Super Regionals, defeating the Bulldogs on Thursday. The win places the Wolverines one win away from the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City.

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Dylan Larkin to leave Michigan, join Red Wings organization

BY ZACH SHAW

After months of speculation and contemplation, former Michigan hockey forward Dylan Larkin will forgo his final three years of NCAA eligibility and join the Detroit Red Wings organization, which drafted him in the first round of the 2014 NHL Draft.

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For women's track and field, individual performances dominate over team performance at Big Ten Outdoor Championships

BY SYLVANNA GROSS

The women’s track and field team traveled to rival grounds in East Lansing to compete in the Big Ten Outdoor Championships over the weekend, earning fifth place with a total of 80 points over three days of competition.

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Adcock's gem, Slater's home run lead Michigan past Indiana in Big Ten Tournament

BY ZACH SHAW

The Michigan baseball team was wide awake and ready to play, and it was clear from the very first pitch.

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