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Michigan Women's Basketball

Red-hot Pittsburgh offense downs Wolverines

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY JACOB GASE

“(The Panthers) definitely shot the ball really well,” said Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico. “Every time we did make a run, it was like they hit a dagger three, and then easily followed it up with another three.”

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Wolverines head to Pittsburgh for first away game of the season

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY KELLY HALL

The Michigan women’s basketball team got acclimated to this season with two comfortable home wins. It won’t be as easy come Thursday, when the Wolverines play at Pittsburgh.

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‘A game of runs:’ Michigan in need of improved conditioning

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY BRAD WHIPPLE

Without these offensive runs, they could have started the season with two losses instead of two wins. Even though several bursts of scoring allowed Michigan to be successful in its first homestand, it can’t get by that way for long.

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Five Things We Learned: Detroit and Bucknell

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY MINH DOAN

Michigan women’s basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico’s third season with the Wolverines got off to a hot start as her squad won two games over Detroit and Bucknell, 76-57 and 68-61, respectively.

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SportsMonday Column: Coaching lessons from Kim Barnes Arico

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

In a day and age in Michigan athletics when coaching is hot a topic, Barnes Arico is quietly putting on a clinic, providing a handful of lessons on how to lead a successful team.

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Michigan's first-half woes lead to early trouble

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY KELLY HALL

The Michigan women’s basketball team played two games this weekend, and though the halftime scores may not reflect it, the Wolverines started Sunday’s game like a completely different team.

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Wolverines overcome foul trouble in victory over Bucknell

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY JACOB GASE

Yet again, the Wolverines bailed themselves out with timely shooting. Hitting 53.8 percent of its shots from behind the arc and riding strong performances from two starting guards, Michigan (2-0) eked out a 68-61 victory over Bucknell on Sunday.

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