On days when the weather cooperates, Ruben Cabello grabs his lacrosse stick and heads to the backyard. Situated in the backyard is a backstop net awaiting another day of practice. Just like always, 100 to 200 shots is this session’s objective.
The clock at University of Toledo’s Carter Field read 19 seconds. It was plenty of time for Kevin LaHaie to strike.
John Mackson is no longer the head coach of the University of Michigan-Dearborn men’s basketball program. He made the announcement to the Michigan Journal on Friday afternoon.
Coming into college as a freshman, you are held to many expectations as a student-athlete. Julia Kassem came into the University of Michigan-Dearborn this past fall from Northville High school with plans of running on the cross-country team.
When I first decided to leave WUMD to begin writing for the Michigan Journal during my senior year, I really wasn’t sure what to expect. Though I had been broadcasting sports since high school, I have never really done any written journalism. I was concerned that I would not be as good as I am in front of a camera or microphone.
When I first started writing for the Michigan Journal in the fall of 2012, I had absolutely zero writing experience. Sure, I wrote some mock articles for a class here and there, but nothing really substantial.
While walking to the Fieldhouse to deliver my copies of the Michigan Journal over the past month, I’ve continued to realize this piece of life often overlooked. Another athletics season here at the University of Michigan-Dearborn has come and gone just like that.
The 2014 softball season has been one of many ups and downs for head coach Scott Combs and his new-look Lady Wolverines of University of Michigan-Dearborn.
After moving to the ‘X’ position this season, University of Michigan-Dearborn junior attacker Ruben Cabello has experienced an increase in offensive success.
At the center of the transition and a marketing campaign by the university is senior Kevin LaHaie, who represents the lacrosse team and the sport on banners.