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Michigan Field Hockey

Choi finishes second, Michigan finishes fourth at Clover Cup

BY NATHANIEL CLARK

The Wolverines finished tied with Ole Miss for fourth place out of 15 teams at the Clover Cup Invitational in Mesa, Ariz., with an overall score of 896. Michigan finished ahead of top-50 teams UNLV and East Carolina after it finished 12th last year.

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Seniors carry field hockey to final home win

Erin Kirkland/Daily

BY JESSE KLEIN

“We weren’t losing today,” said senior captain Rachel Mack. “We really came together when we needed to.”

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Michigan wraps up regular season in pair of conference games

BY ZAK PYZIK

Even though the Michigan field hockey team is out of contention for a Big Ten regular-season championship, there's still good news — it can play spoiler.

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Field Hockey

Geographically diverse freshmen make field hockey team their home

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BY JESSE KLEIN

“Don’t watch,” assistant field hockey coach Lucia White mutters under her breath on the sidelines while observing a complicated drill, willing her team to stop hanging back and engage in the play.

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Field hockey claims overtime victory against rival Ohio State

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BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

Rachael Mack set the Michigan record for most career goals. As the overtime game winner. Against Ohio State. As a Michigan field hockey player, you can’t ask for much more.

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Strong sophomore class leads 'M' field hockey

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BY NATE SELL

Michigan coach Marcia Pankratz saw a great opportunity to develop the young talent she had recruited. She took the team’s 11 freshmen and threw them into the fire, and they responded by showing that they belong at Michigan.

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Field hockey relies on the midfield

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BY BEN FIDELMAN

The 16th-ranked Wolverines (1-2 Big Ten, 8-6 overall) came into the matinee having lost a double-overtime showdown against Michigan State just two days earlier, so any advantage over the Chippewas was welcome.

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