Sunday, February 24, 2019 - 8:50pm
Michigan catcher Joe Donovan had five RBI against The Citadel in two games, and also had standout defensive performances.

It was just one of many things that went right for the 17th-ranked Wolverines (6-0) as they swept the Bulldogs (2-4) this weekend, winning 2-0 on Friday, 9-1 on Saturday and 6-3 on Sunday. After this weekend, Michigan is one of seven teams in the top 25 that is still undefeated two weeks into the season.

Sunday, February 17, 2019 - 8:30pm
Sophomore left-hander Angelo Smith and Michigan baseball's pitching staff allowed just three earned runs over three games last weekend.

The No. 17 Michigan baseball team’s pitchers shut down the Bearcats this weekend in its season-opening series. Five of this weekend’s hurlers are still holding onto a perfect 0.00 earned run average. The Wolverines kept the Binghamton confused all weekend, holding it to six runs on the series. Michigan swept all three games, winning 10-0 on Friday, 5-4 on Saturday and 12-2 on Sunday.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 - 10:28pm
Senior infielder Ako Thomas led the Michigan baseball team in batting average (.354) in 2017, and is poised to be a top contributor to the offense once again.

The Michigan baseball team’s offense had a prolific season last year – averaging 6.2 runs a game – and they don’t show any signs of slowing down this year. The Wolverines’ returning hitters, now a year stronger, will look to fill out what will be a dangerous lineup for opposing pitchers to stare down. An offseason of training has only made Michigan’s bats more dangerous.

Sunday, February 10, 2019 - 6:46pm
Senior Gabe Tishman won a three-set match to help the team sweep the singles matches.

Resilience was the theme of the day for No. 9 Michigan (5-2), who won all six singles matches after dropping the doubles point to the unranked Knights.

“We have to be mentally the strongest and the fittest team to bring the energy like that,” Steinberg said. “To come back like that was terrific.”

Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 9:19pm
Sophomore outfielder Jesse Franklin finished last season with a solid .327 average and 47 runs batted in.

Overall, expectations are high for Team 153, whose combination of youth and experience coupled with improved strength could be enough to send the team into a deep playoff run this spring.

“We’ve got our goals set as high you can set them, and in terms of how we’ve prepared and being around these guys every day, it feels like a championship team,” Bakich said. “Everything feels right in terms of what type of group this could be. It feels like a special group.”

Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 11:25pm
Marcelo Leonardi's Michigan water polo team capped off the weekend with a win over No. 8 Pacific.

Despite losing three of their its games this weekend, the No. 8 Michigan water polo team (3-4) demonstrated potential at the Stanford Invitational. The Wolverines stayed in a close match against No. 13 University of California Davis, saw promising performances from its bench players in an exhibition match against the Chinese national team and capped off the tournament with a win over No. 8 Pacific. 

Sunday, February 3, 2019 - 5:31pm
Senior Kate Fahey led the way for Michigan in a decisive win over No. 6 Texas.

After mixed results last weekend — in which the Wolverines shut out No. 12 Ole Miss but fell to No. 24 Syracuse — Michigan’s aggression in pivotal moments and close-knit team dynamic helped turn the tide for the No. 9 Wolverines on Sunday, as they pounded out a decisive 6-1 upset victory.

Sunday, January 27, 2019 - 9:20pm
The Michigan women's tennis team rebounded from a loss Saturday by shutting out Ole Miss on Sunday.

After falling to No. 24 Syracuse on Saturday in discouraging fashion, Sunday became a moment of triumph for the No. 9 Michigan women’s tennis team (1-1), as the Wolverines rebounded convincingly, shutting out No. 12 Ole Miss.

Sunday, January 27, 2019 - 7:50pm
Michigan's doubles play was a bright spot in its loss to Baylor.

The No. 24 Wolverines (1-2) won two out of three doubles matches Sunday, a bright spot in a disheartening loss to No. 11 Baylor, who will move forward to the ITA tournament following Sunday’s win and a win Saturday over No. 12 Georgia.

“It was great that we were able to win the doubles on a tiebreaker,” said Michigan coach Adam Steinberg. “That’s really important to us going forward.”

Monday, January 21, 2019 - 8:02pm
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The UCSB Winter Invitational was a weekend of mixed results for the Michigan water polo team, but in their game against Fresno State, Abby Andrews was one of the bright spots. The freshman attacker came off the bench to score three goals in the Wolverines’ 11-6 victory over the Bulldogs for her first career hat trick. 

No. 9 Michigan (2-2) did exactly as expected this weekend, losing to No. 1 Southern California and No. 3 UCLA while beating No. 18 California State-Northridge and unranked Fresno State.