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8B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - April 19, 2004
" Our hearts refuse to go on ...
The Daily counts down the greatest momen
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Field Hockey in Final Four
Date: Nov. 21
Where: Amherst, Mass.
What: The field hockey team made its third
NCAA Final Four appearance.
Why it was so great: A loss to Penn State in the
first round of the Big Ten Tournament resulted in a
poor seeding in the NCAA Tournament. But
Michigan beat No. 4 North Carolina and No. 5 seed
Michigan State to make it into the Final Four. The
Wolverines ultimately lost to No. 1 seed Wake
Forest, which went on to win the Championship.

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Gophers kiss Rose,
Date: October 9
Where: Minneapolis

goodbye

The football team beat Minnesota, 38-35.
t was so great: This Wolverine victory surprised us all. Many
ad already turned off their televisions after Michigan was trail-
a pitiful 21 points entering the fourth quarter. Miraculously, the
rines pulled it together - scoring four touchdowns and a 33-
eld goal in the last minute of the game - to take home the
hedill'Brown Jug for the 15th consecutive year.

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NIT Champs
Date: April 1
Where: New York
What: The Michigan basketball team won the
National Invitational Tournament with a 62-55 victo-
ry over Rutgers.
Why it was so great: After the NCAA ruled that
Michigan could participate in postseason play this
year the Wolverines wanted a Tournament bid that
much more. When the team made it into the NIT,
most Michigan fans were thinking "Ho-hum." But the
team blew us all away when it took home the title.

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Date: November 22

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