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Michigan Soccer

With postseason implications, two rivalries await Wolverines

James Coller/Daily

BY SYED FAHD AHSAN

Michigan (2-2-2 Big Ten, 5-7-3) is set to play No. 12 Michigan State and Ohio State over the span of four days. The Wolverines play their biggest rivals back-to-back, both of whom stand third and second in the Big Ten, respectively.

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Michigan snaps Oakland’s five game win streak with 3-1 win

James Coller/Daily

BY BEN KIM

The Wolverines’ (2-2-2 Big Ten, 5-7-3 overall) defensive tenacity and goal scoring shined in their win over the Grizzlies (5-0-1 Horizon League, 7-6-1) for their first win in four games.

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McAtee’s magic leading the way for Michigan

James Coller/Daily

BY KEVIN SANTO

In the previous six games for the Michigan men’s soccer team, the junior forward had recorded four goals and an assist, and Oakland had no answer for him Wednesday night as he added another goal and assist to his stat sheet in the Wolverines’ 3-1 win.

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Tyler Arnone nominated for yet another individual award

Robert Dunne/Daily

BY SYED FAHD AHSAN

It should come as little surprise then that Michigan’s two-time captain, fifth-year senior midfielder Tylor Arnone was on the list of finalists for the men’s soccer Senior CLASS Award.

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Michigan knocks off Illinois, 2-1, in hard-fought win

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BY ISAIAH ZEAVIN-MOSS

With the win, the Wolverines clinched third place in the Big Ten regular-season standings and boosted their NCAA Tournament résumé.

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Hoosiers overpower Wolverines after second half breakdown

Chanmee Chung/Daily

BY TED JANES

The Wolverines fell to Indiana as the Hoosiers dominated the second half in Ann Arbor. The match featured an impressive first-half performance from the Michigan attack, though No. 8 Indiana surged back to steal the victory, 3-1.

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Stevens and Arnone sorely missed against Indiana

Chanmee Chung/Daily

BY KEVIN SANTO

With both out on Sunday against No. 8 Indiana due to sickness and injury, respectively, something was clearly missing on the field for the Wolverines.

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