Women's hoops off to historic start 

January, 4, 2012
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ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Through two seasons of struggles and two more seasons of almost-but-not-quite reaching the NCAA tournament, Michigan women’s basketball coach Kevin Borseth has been looking for something like this -- for a team that might make the breakthrough he has sought.

So far, his Wolverines are off to the best start in school history -- 12-2 and counting.

“This is what we want to do,” Borseth said. “We want to be competitive, we want to be in the hunt. We want to be a team that’s respected. We want to be what we think Michigan basketball is supposed to be about.”
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