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Michigan Women's Basketball

Barnes Arico wins gold at FIBA U19 Championship

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

Sunday, Michigan women’s basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico watched her players celebrate a championship win. But they weren’t wearing maize and blue. And she wasn’t in America.

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Barnes Arico: NCAA women’s hoops ‘heading in right direction’ with rule change

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BY JACOB GASE

Monday, the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a proposal to play all women’s basketball games in four 10-minute quarters starting next season.

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Brad Whipple: Closer than ever before

Delaney Ryan/Daily

BY BRAD WHIPPLE

But Nicole Elmblad and her team didn’t go out without a fight. Michigan refused to turn down the high-tempo game that led the Wolverines to a WNIT semifinal for the first time in five years.

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UCLA halts Michigan's WNIT run

Delaney Ryan/Daily

BY MINH DOAN

After back-and-forth scoring for most of the game, the Wolverines couldn’t find their shot in the final minute, losing to UCLA in the WNIT semifinals.

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Back at Crisler, Michigan meets UCLA in WNIT semifinal

Delaney Ryan/Daily

BY JACOB GASE

Fresh off a 69-60 win over Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg last Sunday, the Wolverines return to Crisler Center on Wednesday to face UCLA in their first WNIT semifinal matchup since 2010.

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Kelly Hall: It's time for a banner

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY KELLY HALL

Most of all, expect the faces of Michigan women’s basketball to look up at the rafters to see that 26th banner, and watch them be compelled to put another alongside it.

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Michigan squeezes into first WNIT semifinal since 2010

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

Michigan didn’t skip a beat during the second half en route to a 69-60 win over Southern Mississippi.

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