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Lady Wolves grab 2 wins

By Ryan Schreiber

The University of Michigan-Dearborn women's basketball team picked up two victories last week during one of their toughest stretches of the season. Downing Andrews University, 92-33, on Monday and Grace Bible College, 66-59, on Thursday, the Lady Wolves pushed their win total to six for the season.

Men down Andrews, lose two to end week

By Holly Williams

Only a handful of games are left on the schedule for the University of Michigan-Dearborn men's basketball team. As they finished last week with a 1-2 record, improvement will be the key to finishing the season strong. The week looked promising as the Wolves battled against Andrews University for the second time this season last Monday and won 83-75.

Wolves go 1-1 against EMU Eagles

Only two games left until CSCHL playoffs

By Andy Dubyckyj

Coming off a five-game losing streak, the University of Michigan-Dearborn hockey team headed into back-to-back games against Eastern Michigan University this past weekend, determined to get another victory. In the first game on Friday, the Wolves faced their former teammate, Brian Hopper, for the first time since he transferred to play for the Eagles.

COLUMN: Where was the emotion?

By Sarah Zientarski

Where was the emotion? Where was the excitement? Super Bowl XLI started with all the makings of an explosive game, but it ended rather flat. The way the Indianapolis Colts celebrated their 29-17 defeat of the Chicago Bears in what is supposed to be the biggest game in sports was baffling.

Lacrosse splits in opening weekend

By Holly Williams

The winter season for the University of Michigan-Dearborn lacrosse team is underway and with a finishing record of 4-2 last fall, they began the new season with back-to-back games this past weekend. The team traveled to Northern Michigan's Superior Dome as they prepared for their season openers against the University of North Dakota and the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire.

Colts dominate Bears in a Super Bowl of firsts

By Sarah Zientarski

Tony Dungy tried to pretend he didn't see it coming, but he knew it was. He snuck a peek at his Indianapolis Colts before they showered him with Gatorade and ice to thoroughly soak his already drenched clothing as the final seconds melted off the clock on the rainy Super Bowl Sunday.

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