Michigan Newsstand - March 25

target="_blank"> Shawn Hunwick stands tall one last time for Michigan hockey team and more NCAA tournament notes
Pete Cunningham •
Hunwick had 21 saves in the Wolverines' 3-2 loss to Cornell, including one on a penalty shot in the second period that kept Michigan in the game and kept the Wolverines in position to come back, but he didn't steal the game like he has so many times in the past.
target="_blank"> Jordan Kovacs, Will Campbell among new Michigan football leaders this spring
Nick Baumgardner •
The anchor of a secondary that returns intact this season, Kovacs said his new role as elder statesmen just seems second nature at this point."
target="_blank"> Spring Practice Update: The Offense (and more) ...
Chris Balas •
Some tidbits from spring ball, this time the offense. How much time will Devin Gardner see at wide receiver, and what's going on with the offensive line?.
target="_blank"> Should Trey Burke stay in school, or leave early? A look at both sides
Nick Baumgardner •
Should he stay? Should he go? That's for he and his family to decide, and they have every right to explore both avenues. Here's a case for both sides of the coin:"
target="_blank"> Michigan guard Trey Burke's former coach understands draft decision, but isn't forcing advice
Mark Snyder • The Detroit Free Press
Though many boil it down to his projected selection status, either from conversations with league personnel, the NBA general managers' advisory committee or outsiders the family trusts, the choice is more layered."
target="_blank"> Grading the 2011-12 Michigan basketball seniors: Zack Novak, Stu Douglass, Corey Person
Nick Baumgardner •
As a class, they won 81 games, advanced to three NCAA Tournaments and earned the program's first Big Ten championship banner in 26 years.
Not a bad resume.
target="_blank"> Hosey impressed on Michigan visit
Tim Sullivan •
Detroit Cass Tech has been known to send many of its top football players to Michigan, but until recently, that was not the case for Farmington Hills (Mich.) Harrison. Linebacker Gary Hosey has seen both sides, playing his sophomore year of football at Harrison, but transferring to Cass Tech this winter, where he'll play as a junior in 2012.
target="_blank"> 22 in a row: Former and current Michigan hockey players share memories from NCAA tournament streak
Pete Cunningham •
Former Michigan players were asked to share their most memorable moments from each year of the streak."
target="_blank"> Oh, what a (very bad) night
Michael Spath •
For the second time in a week, Michigan sports fans were reminded that being the favorite with high expectations doesn't mean anything in the NCAA Tournament if the Wolverines don't give their best effort. A lackluster performance did in the basketball team against Ohio and has now ended the hockey team's season too.
target="_blank"> Michigan softball opens Big Ten play with two mercy rule-shortened wins over Penn State
Angela Cesere •
The No. 20-ranked Wolverines posted a pair of mercy rule-shortened, Big Ten-opening wins over Penn State in front of an announced crowd of 1,867 Saturday at Alumni Field.
target="_blank"> Maize & Blue Wraps NCAA Championships in Fifth Place
Behind final-day All-America swims from sophomore Connor Jaeger (Rumson, N.J./Rumson-Fair Haven), sophomore Sean Ryan (Hixson, Tenn./McCallie School) and senior Dan Madwed (Stamford, Conn./Towson), the University of Michigan men's swimming and diving team wrapped a fifth-place finish at the 2012 NCAA Championships on the final day of competition Saturday (March 24) inside the Weyerhaeuser Aquatic Center.
target="_blank"> Ferris State 2, Cornell 1: Bulldogs head to first Frozen Four
George Sipple• The Detroit Free Press
The Bulldogs beat Cornell, 2-1, on Saturday night to win the Midwest Regional at the Resch Center. The Bulldogs knocked off Denver, 2-1, on Friday night. Ferris State will face Union (N.Y.) on April 5 in Tampa."
target="_blank"> Ohio State takes out Syracuse for Final Four berth
Jack Carey • USA Today
Ohio State will play either North Carolina or Kansas next Saturday."
target="_blank"> Report: Sandusky 'likely pedophile'
The Associated Press •
A psychologist who looked into a 1998 allegation against former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky told police at the time that his behavior fit the profile of a likely pedophile, NBC News reported Saturday.