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Michigan Lacrosse

Men's lacrosse welcomes newest member

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BY ERIN DRABICKI

Only a select number actually get the privilege to sign a National Letter of Intent and continue their athletic careers. And Nov. 24, 14-year-old Brendan Randolph of Plymouth became one of them when he joined the Michigan men’s lacrosse team’s class of 2023.

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Men's Lacrosse

Men’s lacrosse season ends in loss to Fairfield

BY MINH DOAN

The 12-5 loss not only marked the end of the Wolverines’ season, but also the end of their first-ever trip to the postseason in the ECAC’s last season as a conference.

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Women's Lacrosse

Improvement evident in women’s lacrosse finale against Buckeyes

BY ZACH SHAW

She knew it would be a long season, she knew there would be growing pains, she knew losses would be common.
But before Michigan women’s lacrosse coach Jennifer Ulehla led her team against No. 10 Ohio State for the second time in the program’s first season, she also knew her team would get better, if for no other reason than that the first matchup couldn’t get worse.

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Men's Lacrosse

Men’s lacrosse to play Fairfield in first round of ECAC Tournament

BY MINH DOAN

Michigan will be playing in the postseason for the first time in the final ECAC Tournament before moving to the Big Ten next year.

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Women's lacrosse ends regular season with win over Fresno State

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BY MITCH BECKMAN

The Wolverines (4-12) ended their regular season by routing Fresno State (2-13), 19-6, at Michigan Stadium, their third win in four games.

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Men's Lacrosse

Wolverines break losing streak in rout on Senior Day

BY MINH DOAN

The game was about the seniors as the Michigan men’s lacrosse team beat Robert Morris at Michigan Stadium, 19-10, Saturday afternoon.

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Thomas Paras: The evolution of a leader

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BY MINH DOAN

In Michigan men’s lacrosse team’s season opener, Thomas Paras looked around at his teammates and knew exactly what he had to do. He called a players-only meeting and helped inspire the Wolverines to their most successful season in program history.

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