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Michigan Tennis

Women's tennis ends season at individual championships

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY LELAND MITCHINSON

Though the Michigan women’s tennis team ended its season last week in the Sweet 16 of the National Championship tournament, the team had three members competing in the individual championships this week in Waco, Texas.

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Ruder-Hook sends Michigan to the Sweet Sixteen

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BY BEN KIM

Tensions were high at the Varsity Tennis Center as the No. 11 Michigan women’s tennis team needed a victory in one of the remaining two matches in order to earn a spot in the Sweet 16.

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After six straight regular-season titles, women's tennis finally wins Big Ten Tournament

Delaney Ryan/Daily

BY LELAND MITCHINSON

After five years of winning the Big Ten regular season title but failing to bring home Big Ten Tournament honors, the No. 12 Michigan women’s tennis team finally completed the conference title sweep with a 4-0 win over No. 18 Ohio State Sunday.

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Michigan ends its season on high note after falling to Minnesota in Big Ten Tournament

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BY ALEX KHALIFEH

Against Minnesota (10-1, 20-6), Michigan couldn’t find a way to gain an edge against its even-keeled opponent.

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Michigan splits weekend to end regular season

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY BEN KIM

The Wolverines (3-8 Big Ten, 6-16 overall) split their final Big Ten weekend, losing to Indiana, 5-2, before beating Purdue, 4-2.

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Michigan captures its sixth straight Big Ten championship in impressive fashion

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BY BETELHEM ASHAME

The Michigan women’s tennis team has enjoyed an impressive run in Big Ten play all season long, and this weekend was the culmination of the success the Wolverines have achieved.

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After Saturday loss, Michigan rebounds for win on Senior Day

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY ALEX KHALIFEH

With the the Little Brown Jug on the line, Michigan (2-7 Big Ten, 5-15 overall) faced early deficits in each of its three doubles matches against Minnesota (8-1, 17-6).

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