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Michigan Field Hockey

Michigan fends off Rutgers in front of alumnae on Facility Dedication Day

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BY BEN KIM

With alumnae from teams one to 41 in the stands for Facility Dedication Day, the pressure was heightened for the Michigan field hockey team to defend its home field. And the Wolverines didn’t disappoint.

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Michigan offense bounces back from first-half struggles and penalties

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BY AZALEA HINOJOSA

Halftime made all the difference on Sunday afternoon for the Michigan field hockey team, who pulled off a hard-fought 2-1 win over Rutgers.

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Field hockey to work out the kinks before next tough matchups

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BY ALEX PODGES

The Michigan field hockey team needs to get better at closing games before it kicks off the most grueling part of its season.

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Wolverines’ offense disappears in loss to No. 4 Maryland

BY DANIEL TACHNA-FRAM

The No. 14 Michigan field hockey team saw its six game win streak end Friday night at Ocker Field, falling to No. 4 Maryland, 2-0. The loss also marked the first time the Wolverines have lost at home in 15 games, dating back to 2012.

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Field hockey extends streak with hard-fought win over Kent State

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BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

The 18th-ranked Wolverines had the advantage in every statistical category in their win over Kent State.

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Wolverines come back to upset No. 6 Penn State

BY JESSE KLEIN

“We knew we could win,” redshirt freshman Carly Bennett said. “We never got down on ourselves.” It was Bennett that turned the game in the Wolverines favor with two back to back goals, at minute 38 and minute 55. She rebounded a missed corner and put up her second goal off a pass from junior Shannon Scavelli.

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Michigan hopes to maintain win streak on the road

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BY BEN KIM FOR THE DAILY

Pankratz said she hopes the Wolverines will bring the success they have had at home with them to Kent, Ohio and State College.

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