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8A - Thursday, March 18, 2010

The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

The Daily's bracket
Picks by Managing Sports Editor Ryan Kartje
and Editor in Chief Jacob Smilovitz

After much number-crunching and Cinderella search-
ing, we've have had enough arguing with each other.
We've prepared what we believe is this year's golden
NCAA bracket. Have fun watching it fail miserably.

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First Round Second Round Sweet 16 Etlte Eight Final Four NATIONAL Final Four Elite Eight Sweet 16 Second Round First Round
March 18-19 March 20-21 March 25-26 March 27-28 April 3 CHAMPIONSHIP April 3 March 27-28 March 25-26 March 20-21 March 18-19

1) Kansas (32-2
(16 Lehigh (22-10) Oklahomo City
(8) UNLV (25-8)
(9) Northern Iowa (28-4)
(5) Michigan St. (24-8)-
(12) New Mexico St. (22-11) spokane, Wash.
(4) Maryland(23-8)
(13) Houston (19-15)'
Tenness e 25-8IDWE ST
" ST. LOUIS
1 1 San DieoSt. 25-8 providence, .I.
3 Georgetown 23-10
(14) Ohio (21-14)
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10 Georgio Tech 22-12 Milwaukee
2 Ohio St. 27-7
(15) UC Santa Barbara 20-9
INDIANAPOLIS
April 3
1 Syracuse 28-4
16 Vermont 25-9 Buffalo, N.Y.
(8) Gonza a (26-6)
9) Florida St. 22-9
5 Butler 28-4
(12) UTEP (26-6) son Jos*
4 Vanderbilt 24-8
(13 Murray St. (30-4 WEST-.
(6) Xavier 24-8)AECT
SALT LAKE CITY
11 Minnesota 21-13 Milwaukee
3 Pittsburgh 24-8)
(14) Oakland (26-8)
7 Brigham Young 29-5),
10 Florida 21-12 Okahoma City
2 Kansas St. 26-7)"
(15) North Texas (24-8)"

INDIANAPOLIS
April 5
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1 Kentucky 32-2
New Orleans 16 East Tenn. St (20-14
(8) Texas (24-9)
(9) Wake Forest (19-10)
(5) Temple (29-5)
Jackson ii.e FI. (12) Cornetl (27-4)
(4) Wisconsin (23-8)
(13) Wafford (26-8)
EA ST Mar uett 22-11
SYRACUSE
san , 11 Washin ton 24-9
3 New Mexico 29-4
(14) Montana (22-9)
7 1 n 1-10
Bsuffalo. N.Y. 10 Missouri 22-10
2 West Virginia 27-6
15 Morgan St. 27-9
16a1Arkansas-P 71
INDIANAPOLIS
April 3 16b)Winthrop19-13) OPENING ROUND OAME
1 k 29-51
Jockonnilln, Fs. 16 Ark-PB/Winthrop
California 23-10
9 Louisville 20-12
5 Texas A&M 23-9
Spokane, Wash. 12 Utah St.(27-7
4 Purdue 27-5
SOUTH 13 Siena 27-6
HOUSTON 6 or Dm (2-1
New Orleans 11 Old Dominion 26-8
\M ( 3 Baytor 25-7
(14 Sam Houston St. 25-7
1 7 Richmond 26-8
Providence, a. 10 Saint Mary's 26-5
(2 Villanova 24-7
15 Robert Morris 23-11

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program on Sunday, March 21, 2010. These individuals have demonstrated the highest
(evel of undergraduate academic success by achieving seven or more consecutive terms
of all A's and earning the designation of Angell Scholar. The University of
Michigan congratulates these students on their superior scholastic achievement and
wishes them continued success. Check the Honors Convocation website at:
www.honors.umich.edu for more information on the Honors Convocation program.

Ten Term Angell Scholar
Christine Nicole Beamer*
Nine Term Angell Scholar
Amir A. AI-Dabagh*
Eight Term Angell Scholai
Adam Munther Ajlouni*
Rana A. Al-Dabagh
Kohei Fujimoto*
Thomas Stewart Hooker*
Elizabeth Helen Klemperer*
Amanda Kathleen MacDonald*
Alan Elijah Mishler*
Hannah Rose Sheehy*
Wan Ying Teoh
Eszter Zavodszky*
Seven Term Angell Schol
Dmitriy Ansolis
Michael Colin Arbit
Andrew Herbert Bissonette
Timothy Dobson Blasius
Alfred Chung
Ginger Cline
Frank Michael Davis
Shannon Barbara Dibble
Alex Richard Dopp*
Diana Joyce Flora*
Sara Elizabeth Fortin*
Meghan Kathleen Gallagher
Robin Lily Goldberg
Megan Lynn Haubert*
Daniel J. Hermes
James John Ignatz-Hoover
David Andrew Lawrenchuk
Alexandra Leigh Legutko
Stephanie R. Mantey
Michael Thompson McCann
Eric Raymond Muir*
Paula Therese Muldoon
Dominic Joseph Piro*
Lesley Helen Plimpton
Katie A. Schott
Charles Frank Schuler IV
Trevor William Sponseller
Joseph Alexander Starek*
Elisebeth Claire Turner*
Mounica Vallurupalli*
Andrew Garrad Warren
Steven Carl Weindorf
Elizabeth Reed Yarina
*Denotes graduates

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School of Nursing
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College of Engineering and Computer Science-UM Dearborn
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
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College of Engineering
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College of Engineering
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College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
College of Engineering and Computer Science-UM Dearborn
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
School of Health Professions and Studies-UM Flint
College of Engineering
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School of Music, Theatre & Dance
College of Engineering
Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
College of Arts and Sciences-UM Flint
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School of Music, Theatre & Dance
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