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Michigan Women's Basketball

Women's basketball fails to mount another comeback in loss to Michigan State

Tracy Ko/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

In what could’ve been a coming out party for the Michigan women’s basketball team in front of a pom-pom waving lower bowl, Michigan State (3-0 Big Ten, 11-6 overall) played the role of spoiler as the Wolverines left the Crisler Center with the first blemish on their Big Ten schedule Sunday night.

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Goree stays out of foul trouble and on the court

Adam Glanzman/Daily

BY LEV FACHER

Junior forward Cyesha Goree seems closer than ever to being able to put together a full game.

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First-half run keys women's basketball victory over Wisconsin

Adam Glanzman/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

Neither team took more than a three-point lead until midway through the back-and-forth first half.

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Michigan to test its strength in Big Ten home opener

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY SHANNON LYNCH

In its first conference home game of 2014, the Michigan women’s basketball team will focus on strength, not size, to keep its three-game winning streak alive, as the Wolverines look to win their first two Big Ten games for the second consecutive season.

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Notebook: Rebounding, Siera Thompson leading to Michigan success

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Coming into the season, Barnes Arico cited size as a concern, but her team ranks fifth in the Big Ten in rebounds per game and third in offensive boards. And it’s leading to success as the Wolverines have a 10-2 record when outrebounding their opponents.

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Women’s basketball wins Big Ten opener against Ohio State

Patrick Barron/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

Michigan’s jumpers didn’t always fall, and many of its offensive possessions were far from smooth. Instead, the Wolverines relied on rebounding, free-throw shooting, defensive pressure and pure hustle to down the Buckeyes.

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Women’s Basketball

Conference play up next for Wolverines

Tracy Ko/Daily

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Following their trip to Columbus, the Wolverines have a difficult slate ahead as they move into the heart of conference play. Currently, four teams sit in the Top-25 with Indiana sitting just outside the rankings.

The Daily breaks down what looks to be Michigan’s toughest competition for the upcoming conference slate.

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