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Michigan Field Hockey

MNote: Field hockey ends regular season on four-game skid

The Michigan field hockey team couldn't muster much offense this weekend, falling 3-2 to Miami (Ohio) on Friday and 3-0 to Iowa yesterday.

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'M' Note: No. 9 Penn State shuts out Michigan field hockey

The Michigan field hockey team fell 3-0 to Penn State on Sunday, in the Wolverines’ second consecutive shutout loss.
The Nittany Lions (5-0 Big Ten, 13-4 overall) jumped to an early lead, netting two goals within 36 seconds of each other just five minutes into the game. Penn State scored again about 20 minutes later to seal its regular-season Big Ten championship.

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Lacking offense, field hockey splits pair over weekend

BY CHARLES CLINTON

The Michigan field hockey team knew it would take excellent defense to come out of this weekend unscathed against No. 4 Michigan State and Kent State, the top team in the Mid-American Conference.
The defense did its part, letting up just one goal all weekend, but the offense struggled to produce.
"There was no execution or consistency in effort," Michigan coach Nancy Cox said.

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Way powers Wolverines on both offense and defense

BY IAN KAY

Usually when a field hockey player moves from midfield to defense, her offensive production drops.
Not so for sophomore Meredith Way.

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With win over Central Michigan, Wolverines field hockey team gains confidence

BY JOE STAPLETON

After a disappointing loss at Indiana on Sunday, the Michigan field hockey team desperately needed an ego-boost before its game against No. 4 Michigan State on Friday.
And yesterday afternoon, Central Michigan was the unwilling supplier of some much-needed confidence. Michigan beat the Chippewas 5-2 in a game sandwiched between the two crucial Big Ten matchups.

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Field Hockey drops first Big Ten match of season

BY AMY SCARANO

The No. 19 Michigan field hockey team learned this weekend that the Big Ten is tougher than it originally thought.

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Field hockey victorious in rivalry game

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BY IAN KAY

Every time Ohio State scored, Michigan sophomore forward Alicia Mayer was there to answer.
In a game where it was severely outshot (15-7) and outcornered (10-1) by a talented Buckeyes squad, the Michigan field hockey team relied on gritty defense, solid goaltending and a pair of markers from Mayer in a 3-2 victory yesterday at Phyllis Ocker Field.

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