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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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Kelly Hall: It's time for a banner

BY KELLY HALL

Most of all, expect the faces of Michigan women’s basketball to look up at the rafters to see that 26th banner, and watch them be compelled to put another alongside it.

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Wolverines hold position battle at the hot corner

Robert Dunne/Daily

BY KEVIN SANTO

In the first 23 games this season, Montemarano started 19 games compared to Swearingen’s four. In the previous 13 games, the time spent at the hot corner has swayed in Swearingen’s favor.

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SportsMonday Column: The things you don’t hear in Michigan athletics

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

Never before has there been a year as unpredictable and unflattering in Michigan athletics.

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Wolverines falter late in ugly loss to Iowa

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY KEVIN SANTO

After establishing an early lead, the fourth-ranked Wolverines collapsed in the top of the sixth inning, as the Hawkeyes finally cracked the pitching code of Megan Betsa.

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Pitching staff shines in series win against No. 20 Maryland

Rita Morris/Daily

BY BEN FIDELMAN

After being outscored 25-7 in its Big Ten opening series against Nebraska last weekend, the Michigan baseball pitching staff was in need of a serious lift. The climb from an 0-3 start in conference play could have become an even tougher task with the team heading into a three-game set against No. 20 Maryland (4-2 Big Ten, 18-7 overall) this weekend at Ray Fisher Stadium.

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Rising star Alex Najarian continues her on-court dominance

Amanda Allen/Daily

BY BETELHEM ASHAME

Najarian has had an impressive season to date for the Michigan women’s tennis team, and this weekend was no different.

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Maryland's top-ranked defense overwhelms Wolverines

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BY BRANDON CARNEY

It took the Wolverines nearly the entire first half to find their opening goal, as the Maryland defense kept them in check on the way to a 13-4 victory.

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Michigan drops first-ever Big Ten matchup

Connor Bade/Daily

BY KATIE CONKLIN

Though off to a better start this season than last year, the Wolverines did not perform to what they consider to be the best of their abilities, losing to the Buckeyes, 13-5.

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Michigan continues nightmare season with weekend losses to Iowa, Nebraska

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY DAVID MALINOWSKI

The Wolverines stalled and entered a downward spiral, a sight that has become all too familiar for a team that cannot get out of its own way.

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Women's Track and Field

At Big Ten/Pac 12 Challenge, Wolverines walk away with valuable experience

BY MICHAEL GRIFFIN

After a successful Big Ten Indoor Championships and a good showing by a few individuals at the NCAA Championships, Michigan arrived in Tempe looking to make a statement.

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Women's gymnastics captain Brooke Parker finds fit at Michigan

5 hours ago

BY CINDY YU

The senior from Lorton, Virginia transferred from Alabama after her sophomore year.

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Michigan to take on two MAC opponents this week

BY NATHANIEL CLARK

The Wolverines will not be able to bask in their glory for long. Two Mid-American Conference teams stand in their way this week: Toledo on Tuesday and Central Michigan on Wednesday.


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Michigan squeezes into first WNIT semifinal since 2010

BY BRAD WHIPPLE

Michigan didn’t skip a beat during the second half en route to a 69-60 win over Southern Mississippi.

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James Coller/Daily

Michigan tops Maryland, 5-2, take two out of three in series

BY NATHANIEL CLARK

Sunday, the Michigan baseball team picked up right where it left off Saturday. 


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Robert Dunne/Daily

Michigan regains a leader as Sweet returns from injury

BY TYLER SCOTT

Saturday, Sweet was substituted in as a pinch-hitter for the Wolverines in the fifth inning. When she stepped into the batter’s box for the first time since recovering from her injury, the fans roared.

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At NCAA, Michigan sends seniors out with a third-place finish

BY RAJAT KHARE

After a dominant regular season, one in which the Wolverines were undefeated in the Big Ten, followed up with a fifth straight Big Ten Championship, it was the final accolade earned by the seniors under the block ‘M’ banner.

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