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Posted on Sun, Sep 4, 2011 : 8:13 p.m.

Top-ranked Maryland field hockey team edges Michigan; U-M men's and women's soccer shut out

By Staff

The top-ranked Maryland field hockey team held off a late rally by Michigan for a 2-1 win in College Park, Md., on Sunday.

With Maryland leading 2-0, Pioneer High School graduate Emy Guttman cut the lead in half, scoring Michigan’s lone goal with seven minutes remaining. The ninth-ranked Wolverines had three shots in the final five minutes, but a Maryland defensive save and two blocked shots prevented the equalizer.

Goalkeeper Haley Jones, also from Pioneer, stopped four shots for Michigan. (Boxscore)


Northern Illinois 1, Michigan 0: The Wolverines remained winless on the season after Northern Illinois’ Pat Sloan scored the game’s lone goal in the 37th minute. The Wolverines (0-4) had an 18-7 shot advantage. (Details)


Pepperdine 3, Michigan 0: The Wolverines’ four-game win streak was snapped in Malibu, Calif. Anisa Guajardo scored twice for No. 24 Pepperdine. (Details)

Oakland 1, Eastern Michigan 0: The host Golden Grizzlies scored on a penalty kick by Nicole DeLuca in the 31st minute. (Details)


Eastern Michigan 3, IUPUI 1: Rachel Iaquaniello had 23 kills and 21 digs as the Eagles (6-1) won their sixth straight game. (Details)