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Michigan Women's Basketball

Women’s Basketball

Conference play up next for Wolverines

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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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Women’s Basketball

Dominant defense, interior offense lead Michigan to rout over Alcorn State

BY MAX BULTMAN

The Wolverines (9-4) defeated Alcorn State (1-10) in convincing fashion, holding the Braves to just nine first-half points and controlling the paint en route to a 76-31 victory Saturday afternoon at Crisler Center.

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2-3 zone stymies Southern, leads Michigan in victory

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Concerned about Southern’s speedy guards, Michigan relied on its zone for most of the night and forced the Lady Jaguars into shooting 38 percent from the floor.

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Goree powers Michigan inside for easy win over Southern

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Junior forward Cyesha Goree took control with 16 points and 18 rebounds, and the Wolverines followed her lead, racing past Southern on Friday at Crisler Center.

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Fusion of experience and skill pays for Notre Dame in victory over Michigan

BY MAX COHEN

In front of four busloads of green-clad Fighting Irish ticket-holders, the squad made athletic and intelligent plays from the outset, starting the game by going seven-for-10 from the field on its way to an 86-64 victory.

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Michigan falls behind early against Notre Dame, can't recover in 86-64 loss

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BY LEV FACHER

After a few early defensive stops and promising offensive sequences, the Wolverines fell victim to a 25-8 run that all but ended their night early, eventually falling to the fourth-ranked Fighting Irish, 86-64.

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With or without Smith, Wolverines take on No. 4 Notre Dame

Tracy Ko

BY LEV FACHER

The Wolverines may face a disadvantage on Saturday when they take on No. 4 Notre Dame in the nightcap of the first men’s-women’s basketball doubleheader of the year at Crisler Center.

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