Teammates celebrate after the second goal during Michigan's 3-0 win over Detroit Sunday.
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Sura Yekka played 73 minutes on the back line, and Abby Kastroll scored her first career goal.
Jehu Chesson is one of four contenders in the return game for Michigan.
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Michigan will use multiple punters, multiple returners and perhaps even multiple kickers as it starts the season.
Haidar has already scored three goals this season, tripling the one she had in her first three years.
Michigan defeated Oakland 3-0
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The Wolverines beat Oakland and West Virginia with relative ease to close out their home invitational.
Fifth-year senior Jake Rudock speaks with the media Friday.
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Just six days remain until the Wolverines send a starter out with the first team against Utah.
Coach Marcia Pankratz, left, after a game last year.
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A late push from the No. 14 Michigan field hockey team allowed it to cut a two-goal deficit in half, but the Wolverines fell in the season opener to North Carolina, 2-1.

Sione Houma speaks to media on Thursday at Crisler Center.
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Sione Houma, a Salt Lake City native, will play at home for the first time in his college career next Thursday when Michigan opens the season at Utah.
Jim Harbaugh speaks with the media Thursday.
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One week before the Wolverines’ season opener against Utah, people still wanted to know what was going on in that submarine.
Nicky Waldeck in a game last season at U-M Soccer Stadium.
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“I’m getting therapy once a week for what they did to us last year,” said Michigan head coach Greg Ryan.
"Endzone," by John U. Bacon
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The following is an excerpt from John U. Bacon's upcoming book “Endzone: The Rise, Fall, and Return of Michigan Football.”
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Freshman forward Leah Cardarelli tries to retake control during Michigan's 3-0 loss Sunday.
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The Wolverines couldn't overcome a slow start in their 3-0 loss.
Senior Joe Bolden speaks with media on Friday.
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In August 2013, highlights were few and far between for fullback Joe Kerridge and linebacker Joe Bolden. Neither had started a game for the Michigan football team, with little more than mop-up duty in special teams or late-game action to show for their time as Wolverines.

Michigan couldn't score on any of its 18 shots against Wake Forest.
The Wolverines fought through an increasingly physical match, but lost their opening contest to Creighton, 1-0, in Omaha, Nebraska on Friday night.
Junior Nicky Waldeck in a game against Marquette on Sunday.
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Through its first three games of the season, the Michigan women’s soccer team has outscored and outshot opponents 11-4 and 61-18, respectively.

Michigan lost the third set, 25-23, and survived a close call in the fourth set, 25-22, to seal the victory in the first of three games the team will play in this weekend’s season-opening Michigan Invitational.
Coach Harbaugh speaks with the media at Thursday's press conference.
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Jordan called Harbaugh a few weeks ago in an attempt to convince him that the Michigan football team should wear his Jordan Brand Jumpman clothing. His efforts were successful: The Wolverines will be the first college football team to wear the Jumpman logo beginning in the 2016 season.
Junior forward Madisson Lewis chases after the ball during Michigan's 2-1 win Thursday night.
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Martin and Nicky Waldeck each scored early in the second half to lead the Wolverines past San Diego.