Belief. It’s a word Michigan men’s soccer coach Chaka Daley used a lot after the Wolverines' (3-2-1) 2-0 victory over Oakland University (3-2-1) on Tuesday night. More specifically, Daley wanted to take that belief away from the Golden Grizzlies. His squad had plenty of their own. In the 11th minute, the Wolverines were able to force more shots on target and finally capitalize. Hallahan found the ball at his feet after a shot by graduate transfer forward Nebosja Popovic was deflected by Oakland goalkeeper Sullivan Lauderdale, and he finally broke the drought. But when asked about what he did best tonight, Hallahan was quick to acknowledge his achievements on the other side of the ball.