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Michigan Field Hockey

Field hockey sends Rams running home

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BY JUSTIN MEYER

With nine goals on 16 shots in a 9-1 victory, the Wolverines didn’t disappoint.

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Freshman goalkeeper maintains scoreless streak in blowout win

BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

While the Harrogate, England native has faced major adjustments in her debut season — transitioning not only to collegiate play, but also to life as a college student in the United States — she has approached the changes like a seasoned veteran.

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Swarming defense makes Swenson’s job easy in win

BY ZACH SHAW

In a 2-0 victory over Providence, the Wolverines didn’t allow a shot until 43 minutes into the game. Even then, the Friars only mustered three shots in the game, making the freshman net-minder’s job quite simple.

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Capitalizing on penalty corners, field hockey shuts out Providence in first night game

BY JASON RUBINSTEIN

The Wolverines dominated Providence en route to a 2-0 win, extending their home winning streak to 14 games.

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Driven by nostalgia, Smith off to hot start in final season

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BY JUSTIN MEYER

Leslie Smith is looking to make her final season playing Michigan field hockey one to remember.

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Field hockey dominant in home win against Central Michigan

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BY BRANDON HANDELSMAN

The 17th-ranked Wolverines were flat-out dominant in their return to Ann Arbor this weekend, posting back-to-back shutouts on their way to completing a home sweep.

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Field hockey opens new stadium with shutout victory

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BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

The 17th-ranked Wolverines came out strong, dominating play and allowing only one shot in each half. Fifth-year senior back Leslie Smith netted both goals for Michigan on penalty corners in the first half.

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