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The Wolverines unraveled in the final frame, as they were outscored 19-9 en route to an 83-70 defeat.
The Wolverines will need to find ways to replicate their performance from Tuesday against Indiana in tight contests if they plan to reach the NCAA Tournament for the second time in Barnes Arico’s five-year tenure.
The Wolverines rode a double-double performance from sophomore center Hallie Thome to a 78-74 victory over Indiana.
Junior guard Katelynn Flaherty and Ohio State guard Kelsey Mitchell put on a show with 38 and 26 points, respectively, in Michigan's 96-87 loss.
The Wolverines are looking to begin conference play with their first win against Rutgers since it joined the Big Ten.
Freshman guard Kysre Gondrezick and sophomore center Hallie Thome stole the show Thursday against American with 19 and 17 points, respectively.
After two wins in their return to Crisler Center, the Wolverines will look forward to closing out non-conference play at home against American on Thursday.
After senior guard Siera Thompson drained a 3-pointer, the Wolverines outscored the Catamounts 21-10 through the remainder of the first half and cruised to an easy 78-55 victory.
Led by junior Lauren Marinez and sophomore Emma McLean, who each took on two new events, the Wolverines edged Eastern Michigan, 196.200-194.750.
Since the Michigan women’s basketball team last played at Crisler Center, the Wolverines have traveled to the Virgin Islands, Atlanta and Cincinnati.