Michigan coach John Beilein needs to find his team's identity if the Wolverines hope to return to the NCAA Tournament.
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After allowing more than 75 points in four of its last five games, Michigan’s tournament hopes seem to rest on the chance that its offense can simply outgun opponents.

Senior defenseman Nolan De Jong hopes Michigan continues to show resolve through the second half of the season.
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The Michigan hockey team went to Minnesota looking to jumpstart its season. What it found was more of the same.

Senior guard Derrick Walton Jr. called a team meeting Friday and then led the Wolverines to victory Saturday.
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After stumbling to a 1-3 start to begin conference play, the Wolverines flipped the script against a hot Nebraska team thanks to senior guard Derrick Walton Jr.

Senior guard Siera Thompson during the game versus Minnesota at the Crisler Center on Sunday.
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Sophomore center Hallie Thome and junior guard Katelynn Flaherty led the Wolverines, as they maintained an undefeated home record.

Senior defenseman Nolan de Jong and the Wolverines couldn't stop Minnesota from scoring four more goals on them Saturday.
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Unable to find the net until the third period, the Michigan hockey team lost to Minnesota, 4-2.

Speight first started practicing mindfulness after learning that his competitiveness could be a detriment.
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Redshirt sophomore quarterback Wilton Speight uses the lessons he learned from his high school basketball coach Alex Peavey in order to maintain a cool demeanor on the field.

The Michigan men's swimming and diving team struggled to notch first-place finishes against the Hoosiers.
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The Michigan men's swimming and diving team lost 167-133 to No. 4 Indiana on Friday.

Wrestling coach Joe McFarland believes the loss to the Cornhuskers provided the Wolverines with invaluable experience.
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After suffering a forfeit to begin the meet, the Michigan wrestling team couldn't recover to defeat No. 6 Nebraska.

Senior Nicole Artz helped the 11th-ranked Wolverines notch a second-place finish in their quad meet.
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Michigan improved its score against Ohio State from its first performance last week at Utah, but the team was hurt by inconsistency.

Wheatley served as Jim Harbaugh’s running backs coach in each of Harbaugh’s first two seasons in Ann Arbor.

Sophomore forward Moritz Wagner scored a career-high 23 points against Nebraska on Saturday.
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The Wolverines will travel to the Kohl Center to take on a team with real championship pedigree in No. 17 Wisconsin.

Senior wing Zak Irvin made a habit of driving to the basket, tallying 21 points and seven assists.
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Led by its duo of forwards in sophomore Moritz Wagner and senior Zak Irvin, Michigan took its physicality to a new level and pulled out a 91-85 victory over the Cornhuskers.

Sophomore center Hallie Thome scores during the game versus Minnesota at the Crisler Center on Sunday.
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Four of the Wolverines’ five starters notched double-digit performances in a 84-69 win over Minnesota.

Senior guard Derrick Walton Jr. and the Wolverines used the slight as motivation against Nebraska.
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The “white-collar” comment from Illinois center Maverick Morgan didn’t sit well with any of the Wolverines, and they took it personally.

Redshirt freshman Logan Massa was unaffected by the pressure of the meet’s results resting on his shoulders.
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Redshirt freshman Logan Massa recorded his 17th consecutive win with a 20-5 technical fall over Maryland’s Josh Ulgade.

The Michigan women's swimming and diving team kept its dual meet win streak alive in Bloomington.
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Buoyed by a balanced attack, the Wolverines won 12 of 16 events and went 1-2-3 in five of them.

Junior Mira Ruder-Hook relied on mental toughness to secure a closely-contested match.
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Though there was no team scoring, the Michigan Invitational served as a perfect warm-up for the impending spring season.

Sophomore Kate Fahey earned the No. 20 ranking by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association after her fall.
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Fire seems to be a fitting way to describe Fahey’s performance this weekend, as she brought the heat in the Michigan Invitational.