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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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Michigan Softball

Tyler Scott: A good team, with a chance for greatness

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BY TYLER SCOTT

With Hutchins at the helm, there will always be talk of league championships, of winning streaks that stretch into the 20s and of making a run in the postseason NCAA Women’s College World Series.

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Kelsey Susalla: How her position became an identity

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BY KEVIN SANTO

A few weeks after Florida State eliminated the Wolverines from the 2014 NCAA Super Regional with a heartbreaking walk-off homerun, Susalla stepped into coach Carol Hutchins’ office.

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Big Ten preview: It’s Michigan and Minnesota, then everybody else

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BY CHRIS CROWDER

With arguably the best player and coach in the country in junior infielder Sierra Romero and coach Carol Hutchins, the Wolverines are favorites to win the conference, looking to add another picture to the collection, and in turn, moving the frames to a different, larger wall. But to achieve the milestone, Michigan will have to navigate past the following teams.

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Michigan's position-by-position preview

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BY TED JANES

With the Big Ten season right around the corner, the roster for the No. 4 Michigan softball team is finally settling into place. Michigan coach Carol Hutchins continues to shuffle players in and out, especially in the infield, but a handful of Wolverines have consistently made the starting lineup.

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Wolverines down Bowling Green before Big Ten opener

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BY TYLER SCOTT

The Wolverines batted through the lineup in the first inning, garnering five hits and a three-run lead.

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Relaxed batting powers Michigan past Bowling Green

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BY TED JANES

After a lackluster 2-1 series win over Kent State last weekend, Michigan softball coach Carol Hutchins instructed her team to stay more relaxed in the batter’s box.

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Wolverines to defend 12-year undefeated streak against Bowling Green

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BY KEVIN SANTO

Michigan (24-4) is looking to cap off its non-conference schedule with a win against Bowling Green by applying lessons learned from a gut-checking loss to Kent State in the first game of its home-opening series last weekend.

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