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Thursday, March 3, 2016


The Michigan Women's Basketball team bowed-out quickly from the B1G Conference tournament in Indianapolis on Thursday. They were defeated 97-85 by #9-seed Iowa. The Wolverines opened as a #8-seed based on their 9-9 league finish.

UM drops to 17-13 on the season, with a bid to the Women's National Invitational Tournament (WNIT) expected to come after the NCAA field is announced. Michigan won four games in the WNIT last season after finishing 16-14, allowing them to reach the 20-win mark.

The Michigan State Women's Basketball team plays tomorrow night as the #3-seed, facing the winner of the Purdue vs. Penn State game to be played later tonight. The Spartans are 22-7 and ranked #19 nationally after finishing 13-5 in the conference.


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