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What Division one colleges are in Michigan?

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The division one colleges in Michigan are, with the commonly known name of the school in parenthesis:

  • University of Michigan (Michigan)
  • Michigan State University (Michigan State)
  • Central Michigan University (Central Michigan)
  • Eastern Michigan University (Eastern Michigan)
  • Western Michigan University (Western Michigan)

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