Thursday’s contest will give Michigan a chance to show off its offensive weapons, the most noteworthy being junior guard Katelynn Flaherty.
Star heavyweight Adam Coon was absent from competition, as he will redshirt this season due to an undisclosed injury.
Flaherty is the first Wolverine to earn that distinction since LeeAnn Bies received the same honors 14 years ago.
The Wolverines spent their day at a basketball clinic at Crisler Center teaching the fundamentals of basketball to girls who are currently in third through eighth grade.
The Wolverines have reason to believe they will set another school scoring record this year, as they will return their top three scorers.
The Cougar Classic was the Wolverines’ best finish in a fall tournament since coach Jan Dowling took over in 2013.
Evenson’s statement at Michigan’s first two meets, though, shows that she may share some of the spotlight with Finn.
The Wolverines are still searching for their first win. Michigan once again outshot its opponent but fell to Michigan State.
The No. 9 Michigan women's cross country team dominated at the Sycamore Invitational, finishing the 5,000-meter race with just 16 points. Only one non-Michigan runner placed in the top 10.
The Wolverines (3-1) defeated No. 12 Stanford, 2-1, Friday and California-Berkeley, 5-0, Sunday.