Monday, April 6, 2020 - 4:07pm
During the 2019 College World Series, the Michigan baseball team spent time visiting the children’s hospital at the University of Nebraska’s medical center.

Inspired by an article from the Boston Globe, the Sports section presents this series on our favorite memories as Daily sportswriters. We start with this article from Daily Sports Writer Abby Snyder.

I love baseball. 

Thursday, March 12, 2020 - 12:12pm
An empty Bankers Life Fieldhouse before the Big Ten Tournament was canceled on Thursday.

INDIANAPOLIS – The Big Ten conference announced today that it will cancel the remainder of the conference tournament in Indianapolis amid the global outbreak of the coronavirus; the tournament will not resume at a later date. The fate of the NCAA Tournament and selection thereto remains unclear.

Sunday, March 8, 2020 - 3:24pm
David DeJulius scored 20 points on Sunday in Michigan's 83-70 loss at Maryland.

His performance at Maryland on Sunday was proof positive of how far he’s come. He delievered 20 points, a defensive rebound and a steal on 20 minutes. It was a stat line DeJulius could only have dreamed of a year ago today; he was the only Wolverine to top 20 points against the Terrapins in an 83-70 loss.

Thursday, March 5, 2020 - 11:39pm
Nebraska coach Fred Hoiberg is trying to build the Cornhuskers in the same way he did Iowa State.

Reviving Nebraska basketball is in Fred Hoiberg’s blood. He’s more than up for the challenge.

Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 8:59pm

There are a lot of adjectives that describe Thursday night’s matchup between Michigan and Wisconsin. 

Gritty. Streaky. Roller coaster.

And at the end of it all, the Wolverines (18-10 overall, 9-8 Big Ten) fell to Wisconsin (18-10, 11-6), 81-74, after an inconsistent offensive performance and an onslaught of drained 3-pointers by the Badgers.

Despite the spotty offense, the Wolverines embarked on plenty of electric scoring runs. But it was on defense where they struggled most. 

Sunday, February 23, 2020 - 6:17pm
Senior center Jon Teske held Purdue’s Trevion Edwards to 18 points Saturday afternoon in Michigan’s 71-63 win.

Center Jon Teske’s teammates nicknamed him Big Sleep. It’s a reflection of the seven-foot senior’s quiet demeanor off the court. But recently, he’s been relatively quiet on the court as well. Going into the Michigan men’s basketball team’s game at Purdue on Saturday, Teske averaged just over five points a game over the previous five games, shooting just 28 percent from the field. It’s a significant drop-off for someone who averaged 14 points a game over the first nine games of the season.

Tuesday, February 18, 2020 - 7:44pm
Sophomore forward Brandon Johns Jr. has been part of a revamped bench for Michigan in recent weeks.

Livers was sidelined with a groin injury in late December and reaggravated it against Illinois a month later. On Sunday against Indiana, he appeared to injure his ankle — he’s currently wearing a boot as a precaution, and it’s unclear whether he’ll play at Rutgers on Wednesday. Simpson was given a one-game suspension at the beginning of the month for a traffic violation. Teske has been slumping lately, putting up double-digits just once in the last five games and shooting 30 percent.

Thursday, February 13, 2020 - 12:20am
Junior forward Isaiah Livers combined with Eli Brooks for 35 points against Northwestern on Wednesday night.

Forward Isaiah Livers and shooting guard Eli Brooks combined for 35 points, 10 rebounds and a fair number of electrifying shots, helping Michigan to a 79-54 win.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020 - 6:52pm

After the Michigan men’s basketball team upset No. 16 Michigan State on Saturday, 77-68, a photograph started to pop up all over social media.

In it, as the jubilant Maize Rage in the background celebrates the Wolverines’ statement defeat of the Spartans, sophomore guard David DeJulius embraces Michigan coach Juwan Howard. DeJulius’ eyes are closed in some mixture of gratitude and exhaustion while Howard soaks up his surroundings in awe and relief. 

Saturday, February 8, 2020 - 2:16pm

After an 87-69 loss in January, the Michigan men’s basketball team bested the 16th-ranked Spartans 77-68 this Saturday.

Making his way back to the starting lineup after a groin injury, junior forward Isaiah Livers put up 14 in the Wolverines’s win.