The two brothers — Quinn, a sophomore defenseman on the Michigan hockey team and Jack, a forward for the U.S. National Team Development Program (NTDP) U-18 team — have played together for nearly their entire lives. But Friday will be the first time the two take the ice to play against each other.
Luke Morgan, a redshirt sophomore forward on the Michigan hockey team, grew up going to Yost Ice Arena and watching the Wolverines play. A native of Brighton, Michigan — just 25 minutes north of Ann Arbor — Morgan dreamed of playing at Michigan as a kid.
For two straight games, Emma Way came through in the clutch for the Michigan field hockey team. On both Friday and Sunday, the senior forward scored game-winning goals in overtime, and she even managed to score with 8:17 remaining in the extra period in both games.
On the surface, it’s not immediately obvious what drew Kevin Conry to coach the Michigan men’s lacrosse team.
He came to Ann Arbor after spending five years as the defensive coordinator at Maryland. In his five years, the Terrapins won the Big Ten Tournament five times and reached the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament four times — including winning the National Championship in 2017.
In the five years before Conry joined the Wolverines, Michigan notched just one win in the Big Ten and one winning season.