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Michigan Women's Basketball

Michigan State outplays Michigan at every position in Big Ten Tournament opener

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BY KELLY HALL

In a first half where Michigan took 33 shots but made just 10 of them, it was obvious that a miracle would have to occur in the second half for the Wolverines to beat their in-state rival for a third time this season.

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Wolverines fall to Michigan State in Big Ten Tournament for third straight year

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BY JACOB GASE

Sparked by an early eight points from forward Becca Mills, Michigan State opened the game on a 19-4 run, and Michigan was unable to fight its way out of the early hole.

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Michigan looking for first conference tournament win over Spartans

BY BRAD WHIPPLE

Thursday in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, the Wolverines will face Michigan State in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament, marking the third year in a row that the teams will meet in the conference tournament.

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Turnovers cost Wolverines in regular-season finale at Illinois

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BY JACOB GASE

Senior guard Shannon Smith led the Wolverines with 24 points, but Illinois’s defense neutralized Michigan’s leading scorers and caused 24 turnovers, allowing the Fighting Illini to pull off a 72-60 upset.

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Women's Basketball

Before the Big Ten Tournament, Michigan travels to Illinois for one last regular-season game

BY MINH DOAN

As students travel to their Spring Break destinations, the Wolverines (8-9 Big Ten, 16-12 overall) will hit the road Saturday to travel to Champaign to take on Illinois in their final game of the regular season.

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With renewed confidence, Ristovski and Flaherty lead Wolverines to victory

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BY JACOB GASE

In an 81-50 rout of Purdue on Wednesday, it was Ristovski and Flaherty who led the offensive barrage that downed the Boilermakers at Crisler Center.

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Wolverines win big over Purdue on Senior Night

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BY MINH DOAN

The Wolverines started off the game with a 10-2 run and never looked back, thrashing the Boilermakers, 81-50.

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