BY ZACH HELFAND
All told, over three years as a starter, analysis shows that Gardner can be expected to add upwards of $16.5 million to Michigan in direct revenues, with many more millions in free advertising for the school.
BY ZACH HELFAND
There were big riots in East Lansing on Saturday night, and I couldn’t confirm this, but I think it was in celebration of my intramural flag football team’s championship the previous day.
BY JACOB GASE
Everything that went well for Michigan in the second set went horribly wrong in the third. The Wolverines only managed one block and committed seven errors.
BY MAX BULTMAN
The Wolverines defeated a combination of NCAA schools and U.S. swimming clubs at Allan Jones Aquatic Center, competing against college athletes and Olympic gold medalists alike. They scored 316 points to claim first place, ahead of SwimMAC swim club of North Carolina.
BY SIMON KAUFMAN
This season, that means embracing McGary’s all-around game. The 6-foot-10, 255-pound forward has added a new element to his game this year — the ability to be a threat bringing the ball up the court.
BY CINDY YU
Sampson picked up two additional event titles for her new uneven bars and floor exercise routines that tabulated identical scores of 9.900.
BY JEREMY SUMMITT
In an exhibition against the U.S. Under-18 National Team Development Program, Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson gave the starting nod to the trio of former NTDP players that helped upset the Wolverines last season with a combined five points.
BY DANIEL WASSERMAN
On Tuesday night, Duke provided each of the Michigan men’s basketball team’s future opponents a road map to stymieing the Wolverines.
BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD
The No. 22 Michigan men’s basketball team’s offensive performance in Tuesday night’s 79-69 loss to Duke was by far the worst of the season, never mind that the Wolverines have also lost games scoring 70 and 61 points.
BY MAX COHEN
The Wolverines (5-3) enter this year’s Big Ten/ACC Challenge game at Virginia looking to build momentum after their two most impressive performances of the season.
BY LIZ VUKELICH
The Michigan football team will conclude its season in Tempe, Ariz. when it takes on Kansas State in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl at Sun Devil Stadium on Dec. 28. The game kicks off at 10:15 p.m. Eastern.
BY JAKE LOURIM
Senior middle blocker Jennifer Cross thought about the difference between last year, the volleyball program’s first Final Four, and this year, an unexpected flameout in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
BY KELLY HALL
DeLoof set a school record and anchored her relay to a sixth-place finish as part of Michigan’s seventh-place finish at the AT&T Winter National Championships.
BY NATHANIEL CLARK
The 20th-ranked Wolverines finished in fifth place out of 33 teams with a score of 108.5 points at the Cliff Keen Invitational in Las Vegas.
BY CAROLYN KODIS
The Wolverines were divided into two smaller teams, with the Blue team captained by graduate student Syque Caesar and the Maize team led by senior Matt Freeman. Blue came out victorious, beating Maize, 336.45-324.75.
BY DANIEL WASSERMAN
“He shot pretty well from 3, eh?”
BY SHANNON LYNCH
Thursday night in Charlottesville, Va., the Michigan women’s basketball team fought for more than just the block ‘M.’
BY GREG GARNO
Dylan Larkin’s name echoed across Yost Ice Arena with the lights dimmed and the crowd silent. Unhurried and relaxed, Larkin coasted up to the blue line, glancing at himself on the screen.