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Friday, March 27, 2015

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Michigan Softball

Attitude adjustment for Michigan leads to success after dropping home opener

James Coller/Daily

BY TYLER SCOTT

After losing the first game, the Wolverines turned it around 20 minutes later in the second half of Saturday’s doubleheader, beating Kent State, 10-1.

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Michigan finally figures out Kent State’s Johnson on Sunday

Robert Dunne/Daily

BY CHRIS CROWDER

It’s safe to say Michigan delivered Sunday, led by 10 strikeouts from sophomore pitcher Megan Betsa and two RBI from sophomore left fielder Kelly Christner, winning 4-1.

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Softball

A tale of two games for the Wolverines

BY KEVIN SANTO

The Wolverines failed to score a run in the 3-0 shutout loss. Michigan’s offense woke up in the second game of the day, sending runners across the plate 10 times in a 10-1 run-rule victory.

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Wolverines happy to be home

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY CHRIS CROWDER

After playing 25 games on the road over 35 days, the third-ranked Wolverines will be hosting Kent State on Saturday and Sunday.

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The Sweet spot: Four years of consistency for Michigan's catcher

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY TED JANES

Since her freshman year, Lauren Sweet has been the Wolverines’ go-to catcher. Sweet, now a senior, is just seven games shy of her 200th start.

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Hectic schedule takes a toll as Michigan falters against Arizona State, Florida

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY TYLER SCOTT

Thursday, Michigan lost its opener against No. 22 Arizona State, 2-0, and it dropped its afternoon matchup to undefeated No. 1 Florida, 7-4 in its two first games of the tournament. After losing the first two games, the Wolverines wrapped up the rest of competition play with three run-rule wins against San Jose State, No. 9 Baylor and San Diego State by scores of 9-1, 11-1 and 10-2, respectively.

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Softball

Final series on road trip presents challenges for Wolverines

BY TED JANES

After a successful five-win series in Tempe, Arizona, the No. 3 Michigan softball team (18-1) heads to Fullerton, California. Despite spending 11 days on the road, there will be little time off for the team.

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