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Michigan Women's Basketball

Wolverines head to San Juan for Thanksgiving break

Sam Mousigian/Daily

BY KELLY HALL

There are seven Division I teams participating in this year’s tournament, and the Wolverines will face Washington State and San Diego State on Friday and Saturday afternoon, respectively.

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Michigan shooters show crucial ability to bounce back

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BY JACOB GASE

Michigan women’s basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico knew that despite her impressive start, reality would eventually set in that guard Katelynn Flaherty is just a freshman.

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Rebounding paces Wolverines to victory

Sam Mousigian/Daily

BY MINH DOAN

Despite early-season questions about rebounding, the Wolverines have proved they can grab boards despite their small size.

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Wolverines rout Western Michigan behind stalwart defense

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

The Michigan women’s basketball team didn’t play perfect defense on Sunday, but it made the stops it needed to in order for its offense to find its rhythm as it dominated the floor in a 74-47 win over Western Michigan.

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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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