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Michigan Women's Basketball

Notebook: Smith finding offensive rhythm

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

Shannon Smith and Val Driscoll carry Michigan offensively into a road test at No. 8 Penn State and then the Big Ten Tournament.

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For Wolverines, Big Ten Tournament picture shifts into focus

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY LEV FACHER

Minnesota’s loss to Michigan State on Monday night gives Michigan a shaky hold on sixth place in the Big Ten, even though both could finish 8-8 in conference play. With only one game remaining, the Wolverines can’t pass fifth-place Iowa, whose record stands at 9-5.

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Women’s Basketball

Driscoll, Wolverines show maturity on senior day

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY SHANNON LYNCH

Despite the loss, the Wolverines did something in the second half of this game that Barnes Arico has been stressing for weeks. They played out the final 20 minutes, and they showed a lot of progress.

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Women's basketball run not enough to overcome earlier lapses

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY MAX COHEN

The Wolverines (8-7 Big Ten, 17-11 overall) fought their way back and delayed the finality of the moment, but their efforts weren’t enough in the 74-70 defeat against Iowa.

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Wolverines prepare for home finale

Alex Galel/Daily

BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

After losing five of seven the Wolverines have managed to bounce back by stringing two wins together for the first time since Jan. 18 with two more games to play before the Big Ten Tournament. And first up, Michigan has its last home game of the season Saturday, facing Iowa (8-5, 20-7) in a matinée. It’s the team’s first matchup with the Hawkeyes this season.

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Michigan rides Smith's hot hand to 70-58 win over Indiana

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BY LEV FACHER

Junior guard Shannon Smith scored 23 points in Michigan’s 70-58 win over Indiana in Bloomington on Wednesday night, her highest total ever in a Big Ten game.

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Sporting 8-1 road record, Wolverines look to get back on track against Indiana

Adam Glanzman/Daily

BY LEV FACHER

Wednesday, the Wolverines (7-6 Big Ten, 16-10 overall) travel to Bloomington for their first and only regular-season meeting with Indiana (4-8, 17-8), a team more talented than its conference record would reveal.

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