It’s been a journey, but Chase Young is back on offense and finding his rhythm.
The senior was an offensive midfielder before coming to Ann Arbor. Then he switched to defense to fill a needed role on the Michigan men’s lacrosse team.
But two weeks ago, coach Kevin Conry switched Young back to the offense, and he ran with the opportunity. On Friday, he notched his first career hat trick in the Wolverines’ 14-9 victory over Air Force (1-5).
The Michigan women’s gymnastics team didn’t need Emma McLean’s score to defeat Utah. But the junior hit a strong floor routine and won the event anyway.
A 9.900 floor score from senior Paige Zaziski had already secured the win over the fourth-ranked Utes, but McLean’s performance increased the margin of victory for the seventh-ranked Wolverines to 0.15 points, winning 196.950-196.800.