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March 2016

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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  WHERE ARE THEY NOW? BY MICHAEL SPATH W hen Chris Fetter first stepped onto Michigan's campus in the fall of 2004 a tall, lanky, 6-8 pitcher out of Carmel, Ind., the Wolverines were a program on the rise but one devoid of accomplishments, having won a single Big Ten title from 1990- 2004 (1997) with one NCAA appear- ance (1999). By the time Fetter left Ann Arbor, however, the Maize and Blue had won three Big Ten regular-season championships (2006, 2007 and 2008) and two conference tournament ti- tles (2006 and 2008), played in four NCAA Tournaments (2005-08) and advanced to an NCAA Super Re- gional in 2007. Individually, Fetter also left an   WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Chris Fetter Now Coaches Alongside His Former U-M Manager Fetter embarked on a coaching career after he concluded his playing days. He was a three- time All-Big Ten first-team selection at U-M and played three years in the minor leagues. PHOTO COURTESY CHRIS FETTER

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