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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

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Michigan defenseman Zach Werenski taken eighth, commit Kyle Connor taken 17th in NHL Draft

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BY ZACH SHAW

Despite being just 17, Werenski showed why he was one of the world’s top prospects with Michigan. He led all Big Ten defenseman with nine goals, and was named to the All-Big Ten First Team and Rookie Team.

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Quarterback U begins new era

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BY ZACH SHAW

The A4 camp kicked off the newest era of Quarterback U, in which Harbaugh and his staff will pull out every stop imaginable to mix what made every quarterback to don the maize and blue before great, to mix old school and new school to concoct Michigan’s greatest leader yet.

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Denard Robinson's quarterback experience key to NFL transition

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BY KEVIN SANTO

2014 showed the impact that Robinson can have from his new position down the road.

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Morris, Rudock ready to earn QB job

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BY KELLY HALL

A competition was brewing in Ann Arbor, and it wasn’t just between the high school quarterbacks pitted against one another at Michigan’s Aerial Assault quarterback camp.

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Jack and Jim Harbaugh: raising greatness at QB camp

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BY JACOB GASE

At Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh’s Aerial Assault quarterback camp on the eve of Father’s Day, it was only fitting that one of the most famous fathers in Michigan football history was standing on the sideline.

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Plenty of NFL talent, Michigan alumni to be on hand for Martin and Harbaugh’s football camps

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BY ZACH SHAW

Between the two camps, 18 Michigan alumni and 35 NFL players and coaches past and present will be in Ann Arbor to assist.

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A new 'catching up': Then and now of women's sports at Michigan

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BY TED JANES

In the future of women's sports, “catching up” won’t be about evening the playing field. It will be about succeeding on it.

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Runner-up Ofili headlines successful NCAA Championships

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BY SYLVANNA GROSS

Her record-breaking time earned her a second-place finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon
this past weekend — the best Wolverine finish at the event since 2009.

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Michigan football, hockey teams face off for IM softball championship

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BY ZACH SHAW

While most of Ann Arbor’s eyes were on Oklahoma City ,“The Team,” an intramural softball team composed entirely of Michigan football players, had just evened the score against “Servi’sBoys,” a team composed entirely of Michigan hockey players in the University’s Intramural Slowpitch Softball Championship.

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Barnes Arico: NCAA women’s hoops ‘heading in right direction’ with rule change

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BY JACOB GASE

Monday, the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a proposal to play all women’s basketball games in four 10-minute quarters starting next season.

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Sophomore Evan Louro ready to step up as starting goalkeeper

BY RILEY NELSON

Even at 7 a.m. on a Wednesday morning in June, you can find sophomore goalie Evan Louro training, pushing himself to get better.

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Reports: Pressured by coaching staff to retire, Ondre Pipkins to leave Michigan

BY ZACH SHAW

The decision comes after the Wolverines’ coaching staff allegedly asked him 10 times over a two-month period to consider signing a medical scholarship form that would have ended his playing career.

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After breakout senior season, Zach Hyman signs with hometown Maple Leafs

BY BRAD WHIPPLE

A Toronto native who spent his childhood watching Leafs’ games with his brothers and friends, Hyman will now get the chance to represent his favorite NHL team.

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Magnetic Mike Martin comes full circle

BY ZACH SHAW

With kids draped around his tree-trunk legs and an even wider smile on his face, it wasn’t Martin’s mightiness that made him a hero.

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Harbaugh removing all doubt as a recruiter

BY KEVIN SANTO

The driving force behind Harbaugh’s recruiting success thus far has been his winning pedigree and competitiveness.

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Michigan unveils complete 2015-16 hockey schedule

BY TED JANES

A journey to the 2016 Frozen Four won’t be easy for the Michigan hockey team, but with a strong preseason road schedule, it’s the Wolverines’ to lose.

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Wagner starts a new life in the NPF, remembering friendships and “Hutch”

BY TYLER SCOTT

“I knew that I wasn’t ready to be done playing after (my career at) Michigan,” Wagner said.

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No time off for Romero, she's going for gold with Team USA

BY TYLER SCOTT

It had been only one week since the end of the Women’s College World Series, but Sierra Romero already found herself back in Oklahoma City.

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Wolverines fall short at outdoor championships

BY LELAND MITCHINSON

The Michigan men’s track and field team's performance at this weekend’s NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships will likely be remembered for a while, but not for the results.

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