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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

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Michigan Soccer

Despite loss, Mellors-Blair a positive for Wolverines

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY FREDDY KASTEN

Because of all of the Wolverines’ squandered opportunities in the match’s first 45 minutes, Daley wanted his squad to convert on more chances and be more offensive.

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Michigan lacks finishing touch in ‘unfortunate’ defeat

Virginia Lozano/Daily

BY WESLEY ROMAN

Less than a week after conceding a late equalizer in a draw with Maryland, the Michigan men’s soccer team was unable to get one of its own as it suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Bowling Green on Tuesday night at the U-M Soccer Stadium.

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Field Hockey

Freshman Hinz earns win against No. 9 Wisconsin

BY SAMANTHA LEMMEN

Friday night, Hinz registered her first-ever Big Ten win in a 2-1 overtime victory against Minnesota, and on Sunday, the freshman impressed in another start versus Wisconsin.

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Wolverines upset No. 9 Wisconsin on last-second goal

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY MITCH BECKMAN

Following their controversial 2-1 overtime win over Minnesota on Friday night, the Wolverines upended No. 9 Wisconsin Sunday afternoon 2-1, scoring with only one second left in regulation.

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Harris leads the way for Wolverines

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY WESLEY ROMAN

A junior attacking midfielder with the enviable combination of vision and creativity, Harris has been one of the driving forces behind the Wolverines’ fast start.

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Packed house, smoke bombs, inspire Michigan against Maryland

McKenzie Berezin/Daily

BY KELLY HALL

The Michigan Ultras packed the stands Friday night to watch the Wolverines take on their first Big Ten opponent of the season, No. 12 Maryland. The group of student supporters was raucous and loud, waving flags and setting off maize and blue smoke bombs in hopes of victory for Michigan.

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Women's Soccer

Michigan outlasts Minnesota after controversial finish

BY JAKE LOURIM

When the ball bounced into the Minnesota net past a throng of confused players, the referee signaled a goal. And on that note, the Wolverines escaped with a 2-1 overtime victory.

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