A valiant effort by Michigan today. They started out well and let the opponent go on a run as usual, but they fought back and did not let harvard go on a run the rest of the game.
Coach Paul talks about building culture, they are right now. Never giving up.
Updated ECAC Standings
|1) #4 Loyola||3-0||7-0||3/31 W 8-7 vs Ohio|
|2) #15 Fairfield||2-0||8-1||3/31 W 9-8 at Bellarmine|
|3) #10 Denver||2-1||6-2||3/31 W 15-8 vs Hobart|
|Ohio||2-1||4-6||3/31 L 7-8 at #4 Loyola|
|5) Air Force||0-2||5-4||3/31 W 20-4 vs Mercer|
|Hobart||0-2||2-4||3/31 L 8-15 at #10 Denver|
|7) Bellarmine||0-3||3-4||3/31 L 8-9 vs #15 Fairfield|
|8) MICHIGAN^||0-4||1-9||3/31 L 7-11 at Harvard|
^ Michigan is an affiliate member for the 2012 season, therefore, their wins/losses against ECAC teams do not count towards their conference standings because they are ineligible for the ECAC Championship. Wins/losses against Michigan for ECAC teams do not count towards their standing as well. Michigan will become a full-member in 2013.