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Michigan Lacrosse

Led by backups, Michigan’s defense continues to evolve

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BY BRANDON CARNEY

Excluding a 22-goal outing against offensive juggernaut Brown, the Michigan defense has given up less than 10 goals per game and has held half of its opponents to single-digit scoring.

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Wolverines fail to finish crucial possessions in Ohio State loss

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BY BRANDON CARNEY

The combination of one of the nation’s tightest defenses and country’s top faceoff men proved fatal for the Michigan men’s lacrosse team.

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Lack of possession proves costly for Michigan

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BY RILEY NELSON

The afternoon showed a hard-fought battle on both sides, with a little extra fire underneath every player. The effort was there for Michigan, but the deciding factor in Sunday’s matchup was ultimately possessions.

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Michigan begins to click in loss to Notre Dame

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BY KATIE CONKLIN

While the Michigan women‘s lacrosse team was able to hold off the Fighting Irish for the majority of the game, Notre Dame prevailed, 21-12.

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In fourth attempt, Wolverines look to finally take down Ohio State

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BY BRANDON CARNEY

Sunday, Michigan will host No. 12 Ohio State at Michigan Stadium in hopes of earning its first win against its archrival in the season’s most highly anticipated matchup.

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Wolverines suffer disappointing loss to Duquesne

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BY DANIEL TACHNA-FRAM

Sunday, Duquesne scored the first goal and the last one, downing the Michigan women’s lacrosse team, 11-10, in a heartbreaking, back-and-forth battle.

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In King's return, Michigan's attack finds consistency

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BY BRANDON CARNEY

King scored four goals against Rutgers (0-2 Big Ten, 4-8 overall) in his first game since March 3 and sparked the Wolverines (1-1, 5-5) in their 10-8 victory.

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