BY ZACH HELFAND
These are heady times for Michigan. A bit confusing, too. The Michigan men’s basketball team has won the Big Ten title with surprising ease. The football and hockey teams seem, respectively, overpowered and inconsistent.
BY BEN FIDELMAN
Michigan lost a Friday night game, 7-3, split a Saturday double-header with an 8-2 win and a 6-5 loss and finished off the weekend with a 4-2 come-from-behind victory Sunday afternoon.
BY BRAD WHIPPLE
The Wolverines traveled to Cambridge, Mass., and went 3-0 at the Harvard Invitational.
BY MITCH BECKMAN
Despite allowing the Gators to run out to an early lead, the women’s lacrosse team never gave up, but still fell to No. 5 Florida.
BY JAKE LOURIM
Michigan swept UNLV (5-5) Wednesday and No. 24 Texas (4-8) Saturday, each 7-0, for its fourth and fifth straight dual-match wins.
BY CAROLYN KODIS
Friday, Michigan culminated its trip to Puerto Rico with a matchup against the Puerto Rican National Team and No. 5 Penn State.
BY CINDY YU
Beilstein, a two-time NCAA All-American on floor, can only remember one other home meet throughout her five years at Michigan with even a comparable amount of energy.
BY SIMON KAUFMAN
Despite clinching the conference title Tuesday with a win over Illinois in Champaign, they waited until Saturday night to enjoy it on their own court. And when the final buzzer sounded, the moment belonged to this year’s Michigan team, and it savored every moment of it.
BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD
Never mind that the 12th-ranked Wolverines had already locked up the outright Big Ten Championship this season, this game meant something, and it showed as Michigan put together a strong second half to win on Senior Day, 84-80.
BY LEV FACHER
Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico was dealt a hand that really only had six cards.
BY GREG GARNO
Michigan hockey, how do you know which version of your team will show up on a given night?
BY ZACH SHAW
After a season of shocking many elite programs and posting its best regular-season record since 2006, Michigan was shocked across the board in its worst Big Ten finish since 2010 — the third-worst finish in school history.
BY MINH DOAN
Michigan (3-4) took on first-year program Furman (0-6) in Greenville, S.C. hoping to get back on track after back-to-back losses, and a strong second half propelled the Wolverines to an 11-9 victory.
BY MAX BULTMAN
Playing against three top-10 teams in two days, the fifth-ranked Wolverines faltered early in the Judi Garman Classic.
BY ALEXA DETTELBACH
INDIANAPOLIS — With 4:13 left in the first half, the Michigan women’s basketball team looked well on its way to a victory in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament.
BY JEREMY SUMMITT
A frustrating, eye-opening loss to Michigan State in late December seemed like a distant memory for the Michigan hockey team. That is, until Saturday night.
BY MATTHEW KIPNIS
The Michigan women’s rowing team hit the water Saturday morning for its final exhibition race of the preseason in Florida.