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Michigan Field Hockey

Seniors leave lasting impression on Michigan

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BY SERENA SAAKE

Though play has officially ended, Smith and senior midfielder Ainsely McCallister were given one last chance to play before their seasons and careers are over in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association on Nov. 22.

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Field Hockey: Reviewing the 2014 season

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BY BRANDON CARNEY

With the Michigan field hockey complete after the team missed earning a spot in the NCAA Tournament, the Daily looks back and breaks down the best and worst of this past year.

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Field Hockey

Michigan’s future unknown after overtime loss to Northwestern

BY BRANDON CARNEY

The 10th-ranked Wildcats found the winning goal seven minutes into the extra period when a corner shot took a deflection off fifth-year senior midfielder Ainsley McCallister’s stick and past freshman goalkeeper Sam Swenson.

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Michigan runs away from Rutgers in quarterfinal victory

Amanda Allen/Daily

BY MITCH BECKMAN

After a night of applying pressure on the Rutgers defense, Michigan field hockey sophomore forward Courtney Enge finally made the Scarlet Knights pay and helped lift the Wolverines past Rutgers to advance to the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament.

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Michigan earns shutout in first postseason game on Ocker Field

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BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

The Michigan field hockey team is exactly where it wants to be for this year’s Big Ten Tournament, and its happy to be doing it on a newly-renovated Ocker Field.

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McCallister key in beating Buckeyes as Michigan finishes second in Big Ten

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BY TYLER SCOTT

The Michigan field hockey team’s goal for a Big Ten title fell short, but on Sunday it wrapped up the regular season with a 2-1 win against Ohio State in Columbus.

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Carly Bennett proving her worth at family sport

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BY SYLVANNA GROSS

Bennett thought she was also destined to follow in her family’s footsteps at a Division III school for women’s ice hockey, but surprisingly she came to Michigan to play field hockey to follow her brother.

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