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Michigan Women's Basketball

Wolverines hold off late push to top Spartans, 74-65

BY KELLY HALL

No one expected Michigan State to start off the Big Ten season 0-3. Nor was it expected that the Michigan women’s basketball team would shock the Spartans, who previously led the series by 63-16 and had won nine of the past 10 meetings between the teams.

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Behind Enemy Lines: Michigan State coach Suzy Merchant

BY JACOB GASE

On the heels of a dominant victory over defending Big Ten champion Penn State, the Michigan women’s basketball team will enter Crisler Center on Sunday with a chance to capture its biggest victory of the season against an in-state rival.

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Women's Basketball

Michigan rights past mistakes in victory over Penn State

BY KELLY HALL

Though the two opponents were in stark contrast with one another, Michigan came out more aggressive against the Nittany Lions.

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Women's Basketball

Wolverines pick up first conference win in rout of Penn State

BY JACOB GASE

Michigan displayed a relentless attack from buzzer to buzzer, overcoming a significant size disadvantage to outrebound Penn State and pick apart the defense with timely shots.

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Behind Enemy Lines: Penn State coach Coquese Washington

BY MINH DOAN

The Michigan women’s basketball team didn’t start off Big Ten play quite like it wanted to Sunday, losing to Wisconsin, 63-53.
But the Wolverines will need to regroup quickly when they face Penn State in a New Year’s Day game in their second conference matchup.

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Wolverines drop first conference opener since 2008 to Badgers

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

For a fleeting moment, it looked as though the Michigan women’s basketball team had a chance to overcome a dreadful first half, breathe a sigh of relief and start conference play with a win.

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Michigan to open Big Ten slate at Wisconsin

BY MINH DOAN

Michigan women’s basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico has repeatedly said that the Big Ten might be the strongest it has ever been this season.
Sunday, Barnes Arico and the rest of the Wolverines will get their first taste of just how good the conference is when Michigan (8-3) travels to Madison to take on Wisconsin (4-6).

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