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Michigan can't shake shooting slump, drops fourth straight

BY JAKE LOURIM

The Wolverines shot 8-for-36 from 3-point range and dropped their fourth straight Saturday at Crisler Center, 62-51.

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Michigan tries to snap skid against Brown-led SMU

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Larry Brown will bring his Southern Methodist team to Crisler Center to take on the Wolverines in his 40th year of coaching.

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Women's Basketball

Goree, Williams provide needed energy in the paint

BY JACOB GASE

In Friday’s dominant victory over Canisius at Crisler Center, the Wolverines proved that they are still capable of holding their own at the glass.

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After Boston College loss, the road ahead not a pretty one for Wolverines

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BY ZACH SHAW

The trip to Chestnut Hill was the first game in a 13-game stretch for Michigan with 11 away games. With the two home games against No. 7 Minnesota, the daunting stretch will define the Wolverines’ season.

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Arizona embarrasses Wolverines in 80-53 laugher

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BY MAX BULTMAN

The Wildcats’ Stanley Johnson thrilled the McKale Center crowd with acrobatic dunks and slick ball handling on the way to an emphatic Arizona win.

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Fifth-ranked Irish overwhelm Wolverines’ defense

Rita Morris/Daily

BY KELLY HALL

When Smith went down with 12 minutes to go in the first half, No. 5 Notre Dame already led the Wolverines by nine points. Spending the rest of the half with her leg elevated and an icepack on her knee, it didn’t seem likely she would be returning.

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With a chance to fulfill his dream, Arnone invited to MLS Combine

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BY TED JANES

The combine will host the coaching staffs from all 20 MLS franchises. It concludes on Jan. 13, after which the clubs will travel to Philadelphia, where the MLS Draft is scheduled for Jan. 15.

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Putrid shooting dooms Michigan once again in loss to Eastern Michigan

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

If you were looking for the Michigan men’s basketball team to bounce back against Eastern Michigan with a dominant showing, you would be wrong.

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Princeton routs Michigan, 85-55, in first home loss of the season

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

With a rushed offense unable to finish its chances and a defense unable to find system that worked, the Wolverines (6-2) were handed their first loss of the season at home to the Tigers, 85-55.

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Zach Werenski: The 17-year-old rock of the defense

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BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

Some members of the Michigan hockey team will admit it: They were skeptical when they first heard a 17-year-old was joining their team.

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Donnal's breakout performance encouraging, even in loss

BY MAX BULTMAN

He had a career-high 13 points and four rebounds, sank four of six shots — including 2-of-3 from 3-point range — and provided a noticeable spark off the bench in his first game not in the starting five.

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Michigan routs Canisius in much-needed win

BY KELLY HALL

For the first time in over two weeks, the Wolverines were able to pencil a “W” into their record book.
After back-to-back losses against Princeton and Notre Dame, the Michigan women’s basketball team fixed the holes in its offense against Canisius, making a strong statement in a 79-43 win.

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Michigan faces two-game stretch before Big Ten schedule

BY BRAD WHIPPLE

Following consecutive double-digit losses, the Michigan women’s basketball team has just two games and nine days separating it from the start of Big Ten play.

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Hunter Lochmann resigns as CMO of Athletic Department

BY JAKE LOURIM

Lochmann was hired by former Athletic Director Dave Brandon as the first CMO in the department’s history on Dec. 2, 2010.

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Women's Basketball

Minh Doan: There’s still work to be done

BY MINH DOAN

Notre Dame made the impossible shots, and the Wolverines couldn’t execute the very possible.

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Road woes continue as hockey falls to Boston College

BY ZACH SHAW

The Wolverines were unable to utilize the momentum built up in a successful homestand, falling 5-1 to No. 16 Boston College on Saturday in their first road game since Nov. 1.

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Michigan’s bigs outsized on big stage

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

TUCSON, Ariz. — Midway through the second half in the Michigan men’s basketball team’s game against No. 3 Arizona, Wildcats center Kaleb Tarczewski made 6-foot-9 Michigan freshman forward Ricky Doyle look small.

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