The Michigan women’s basketball team may not be opening with marquee opposition, but playing on back-to-back days is the type of initial challenge coach Kim Barnes Arico wants to see her team respond to.
A group of five sophomores and four freshmen make up the core of the Wolverines’ 2015-16 roster.
The senior’s consistency has been the strongest asset of her game, and Michigan will need it now more than ever.
A combination of new and old has spiced up the competition among the guards of the Michigan women’s basketball team.
Barnes Arico cited the extra month of practice, game prep and intense competition as invaluable experience for Michigan’s underclassmen.
Despite losing five consecutive sets to the Spartans, Michigan coach Mark Rosen knew his team had the aggressiveness inside of it.
In a four-set tilt, Michigan (9-0) battled to a 3-1 victory,
The Wolverines found success on the wings as Niagara failed to stop Michigan from moving the ball down the flanks the entire match.