BY MITCH BECKMAN
What would be an accomplishment for most teams has become commonplace for the Wolverines, who clinched their fifth consecutive conference championship this weekend.
BY FREDDY KASTEN
On senior day, one week before the Big Ten Tournament, the Michigan men’s tennis team needed two big wins against conference foes Indiana and Purdue. And it got them.
BY MATTHEW KIPNIS
This weekend’s matches were just another up-and-down stretch, with a 5-2 loss to Minnesota and a 4-3 win over Wisconsin during a crazy ride of a season.
BY JOHN KOPKO
Her impact on the program was felt from day one. As a freshman, Bolender set the school record for singles wins in a season (35) and was named 2011 Big Ten Freshman of the Year.
BY JOHN KOPKO
The Michigan women’s tennis team entered the season’s final homestand needing to win three out of its last four matches to clinch its fifth consecutive Big Ten title. Strong play in both singles and doubles helped the Wolverines beat Minnesota, 7-0, and Wisconsin, 6-1, to get within one match of that goal.
BY BRANDON HANDELSMAN
It’s has been an up-and-down year for the Michigan men’s tennis team.
BY AZALEA HINOJOSA
After taking down both the Wildcats and the Fighting Illini with scores of 4-3 and 7-0, respectively, the Wolverines stand as the only undefeated team in conference play, and Zhu played a large role in that feat.