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Wed, Feb. 25, 2015 - [Women's Basketball]
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The Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) announced its women's basketball post-season awards and senior forward/center Jalissa Williams was named to the First-Team All-Conference.  Williams led the WHAC averaging 22.7 points per game and was second in the conference with 9.6 rebounds per game.   She also led the WHAC averaging 2.44 blocks per game.  Williams shot 45% from the field and 88% from the free throw line.  She also scored her 1,500th career collegiate point on February 7th.

Thu, Feb. 19, 2015 - [Men's Basketball]

Dearborn, MI- Last night, four young men; Jamiel Strickland, Khalil Beidoun, Brandon Kennedy, Balazs Juhasz, and their team played their last home game of the season. Michigan was not saddened by this moment, but found it as a moment to make a memory that will last a life time. The Wolverines never gave up. They kept fighting to take the 71-53 conference win against Indiana Tech. As a team the Wolverines shot over 50% from the field. Not only did Michigan out shoot the Warriors but they also out rebound them. Every individual from the Wolverines found time on the court and chipped in some points. Strickland led the team with 11pts as Paul Standtke, Brandon Cole and Jason each contributed 10 pts.  Last night's conference win over Indiana Tech gave the Wolverines a 7-14 conference record and are now in a three-way tie with Siena Heights and Indiana Tech.

Thu, Feb. 19, 2015 - [Women's Basketball]

Dearborn, MI- Women's basketball honored their three seniors before their last home game against Indiana Tech yesterday evening. At the end of the full 40 minutes the Wolverines were not only honoring their seniors but they were also celebrating a 84-77 conference win. Indiana Tech was confident they would walk away with another victory because of their 104-49 win back in January. Michigan was looking for revenge and they succeeded. As a team the Wolverines shot 48% from the field and 75% from the free throw line. Michigan was out rebounded but had less turnovers and more steals then the Warriors. The Wolverines found a way to pull out a win even though the game had gone back and forth with the score being tied 11 different times and the lead changing six times. All three seniors led the Wolverines by contributing a total of 60 pts to their 84 point final. Jalissa Williams led with 24pts, Courtney Teets 20pts and 9 rebounds while Andrea Collins also chipped in 16pts and 6 assists.

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