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Brienne Minor and Kate Fahey joined together to form a power duo in doubles.

It was the final evening of the NCAA Division I Men’s & Women’s Tennis Tournament. The two girls that stepped onto that court each had already made history in their own way and were hungry for one final mark in their books. The white shirts they donned were emblazoned with a block M, a symbol that connected them to the University of Michigan. And as the first serve flew over the net, Brienne Minor and Kate Fahey were officially competing for a national championship. Together. For the last time.

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Two out of four potential trophies made their way home to Catalonia last season. That did not stop a wave of disappointment and criticism from engulfing FC Barcelona this summer.

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It took 47 minutes for the floodgates to open Saturday evening.

Over the course of 15 minutes early in the second half, F.C. Barcelona rattled off four straight goals to power its way to a 4-0 victory over S.S.C. Napoli.

Athletic director Warde Manuel met with the Board of Regents on June 20 to discuss the fiscal year budget.

The University announced its projected budget for the athletic department at the end of June. It projects a balanced budget for the 2020 fiscal year — which began July 1 — after finishing with a $1 million surplus in the 2019 fiscal year.

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Daily Sports Writers discuss the Michigan baseball team's run to the College World Series. Plus a look ahead at the NBA Draft where we discuss the three former Michigan basketball players who entered into the draft.

Seniors Kate Fahey and Brienne Minor celebrate at the NCAA doubles championship in Orlando.

When you think about fairytale endings to a doubles career, this is just about as close as you can get. 

Junior Chiara Lommer upset the No. 4 ranked player in the first round of the NCAA singles tournament.

For the first time in Michigan history, three Wolverines were going to Orlando to compete in the NCAA Singles Tournament. However, with the three girls all ranked top-50 in the country, none of them made a serious run in the tournament. 

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Match Point. Again. 

Giulia Pairone prepared as the ball soared toward her. She swung and watched as the ball went past the baseline and, eventually, out of bounds. 

Just like that, the Georgia Bulldogs earned their fourth and final point. 

Presented by The Michigan Daily's sports section, a rotating cast of writers discusses Michigan sports.

It's been an eventful last four years in the Michigan sports world, and who better to talk about those events than the people who have covered them for The Daily? Six of our seniors sit down to reflect on their favorite Michigan sports and Daily memories.

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