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Michigan Softball

Alexis Osorio: Alabama’s ace with a bone to pick against Michigan in the WCWS

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BY TYLER SCOTT

The Michigan softball team plays its first game in the Women’s College World Series at 7 p.m. Thursday against Alabama, a rematch of a preseason two-game set where the Wolverines took both games.

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In the circle, not out: Haylie Wagner returns to World Series two years later

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BY TED JANES

Haylie Wagner’s first trip to the Women's College World Series didn’t go according to plan.

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2015 Women's College World Series Preview: A game of musical chairs

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BY TED JANES

Along with seven distinguished opponents, the Wolverines will continue to battle for the National Championship in the weeklong tournament. The Daily’s softball beat breaks down each team’s chances of winning the WCWS.

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Wagner prevents history from repeating itself, elevates Wolverines to WCWS

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BY KEVIN SANTO

Three hundred sixty-four days ago, then junior left-hander Haylie Wagner was in Tallahassee. She was the go-to pitcher for the Michigan softball team. It was the Super Regionals, and she was in the circle staring down the barrel of gun.

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Michigan beats Georgia, punches ticket to WCWS

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BY TYLER SCOTT

The Michigan softball team had to battle back from an early deficit to survive the Bulldog’s best efforts, but clinched the the victory 7 - 6, and booked themselves a trip to the Women’s College World Series.

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Chris Crowder: Unfinished checklist, unfinished business

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BY CHRIS CROWDER

The Wolverines conveyed their desires with their words on February 4. Some had individual aspirations. Michigan coach Carol Hutchins had predictions. The ultimate prize was all the same.

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Michigan shuts down Georgia pitching en route to dominant win

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BY TYLER SCOTT

In the week leading up to Super Regionals, Michigan coach Carol Hutchins had one message for her team. She wanted them to attack.

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