BY MARK LAWSON
“I think it was a tale of the same kind of story,” said Michigan coach Chaka Daley. “We carried the game and had all of the ball. In fairness to them, they had some good chances, but we carried the game and just couldn’t put the ball in the net.”
BY WESLEY ROMAN
Despite not scoring — usually the main component of a striker’s job description — Sahlool’s inventive and efficient play made his case for more playing time in the remainder of the season. He did well in holdup play and provided a creative component to Michigan’s attack, something the Wolverines have been missing for much of the year.
BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
A lot has changed since 2007, when Ryan was leading the U.S. National Team into the semifinals and benched Hope Solo for Briana Scurry.
BY AKSHAY BAMZAI
With the women’s soccer rendition of the rivalry knotted at two with about one minute left in extra time, it appeared as though junior midfielder Corinne Harris was tackled from behind inside the 18-yard box.
BY RILEY NELSON
The officials engaged Ryan, but only shook off his protests, forcing the Wolverines to settle for a 2-2 tie and leaving junior Corinne Harris with little to show for her commanding performance.
BY MATTHEW KIPNIS
The Wolverines (7-2 Big Ten, 11-4 overall) maintained control of the ball, pushing into Penn State (8-1, 13-2) territory for most of the game, dominating shots, 18-8, and corner kicks, 11-2. But Penn State goalkeeper Britt Eckerstorm was a brick wall in goal recording nine saves.
BY WESLEY ROMAN
The Michigan women’s soccer team entered its crucial match against No. 11 Penn State unbeaten at home and on an offensive roll. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, they picked their biggest match of the year to break both streaks, as Michigan suffered a 1-0 defeat Thursday night at U-M Soccer Stadium.