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Thursday, May 28, 2015

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Michigan Soccer

AFC Ann Arbor plants its roots

Alexandria Bodfish/Daily

BY KELLY HALL

"I’m seeing people wearing uniforms on the streets, I’m seeing the decals in the windows of restaurants, I’m seeing stickers on computers and backpacks, it’s just pretty darn cool. I think the team is important to the community, and they’re showing that by coming out in droves.”

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Despite mutual interest, Michigan Stadium won't host International Champions Cup match this summer

Alejandro Zúñiga/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Athletic Director Jim Hackett confirmed he had been in conversations with tournament organizers as recently as last week about using the Big House as a venue, but scheduling issues proved too difficult to overcome.

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Former Wolverine readying for professional career

Sam Mousigian/Daily

BY TED JANES

Tyler Arnone has been all over the East Coast, playing soccer day in and day out. But he’s not playing just for fun. Tuesday morning, he concluded the five-day Adidas Major League Soccer Player Combine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The goal of the 55 college prospects at the combine is to perform well enough to impress the scouts and get drafted.

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With a chance to fulfill his dream, Arnone invited to MLS Combine

Sam Mousigian/Daily

BY TED JANES

The combine will host the coaching staffs from all 20 MLS franchises. It concludes on Jan. 13, after which the clubs will travel to Philadelphia, where the MLS Draft is scheduled for Jan. 15.

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Arnone and Grinwis working toward continuing soccer careers

Sam Mousigian/Daily

BY WESLEY ROMAN

The end of the Michigan men’s soccer team’s season may have signaled the conclusion of distinguished Michigan careers for goalkeeper Adam Grinwis and midfielder Tyler Arnone, but, if it all goes to script, the duo’s soccer careers will just be starting.

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Following a disappointing season, future is bright for the Wolverines

Virginia Lozano/Daily

BY KEVIN SANTO

The departure of a strong senior class leaves room for younger talent like freshman defender Billy Stevens to settle into a more influential role.

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Season in Review: Michigan's inconsistency highlights year

McKenzie Berezin/Daily

BY WESLEY ROMAN

With Michigan’s roller-coaster season finished, the Daily breaks down the best and worst moments of its 2014 campaign.

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