Wednesday, March 13, 2019 - 9:08pm
Freshman point guard Amy Dilk posted a career-high 11 assists against Maryland last weekend.

The Michigan women’s basketball coach applauded the Wolverines’ effort and execution throughout the press conference, but when asked specifically about the development of freshman point guard Amy Dilk, she took her praise to another level.

Saturday, March 9, 2019 - 9:31pm

Unable to feed the ball to Hallie Thome, Amy Dilk turned toward the baseline and put up a floater. Before it could reach the rim though, Maryland’s Shakira Austin swatted it away.

Still down by one with just 1.5 seconds remaining in what had been a chaotic fourth quarter, Michigan was faced with a difficult inbounds play under the basket.

Sunday, March 3, 2019 - 6:04pm
Junior Felix Auböck helped Michigan to a second-place finish in the 800-yard freestyle relay.

With 150 yards to go, Charlie Swanson took control of the race. Swanson coasted through the freestyle portion of the 400-yard individual medley (IM), touching the wall first ahead of his two teammates Ricardo Vargas and Tommy Cope.

The trio’s 1-2-3 finish helped the Michigan men’s swimming and diving team achieve a second overall finish — with Indiana finishing first — at the Big Ten Championships over the weekend.

Monday, February 25, 2019 - 9:24pm
Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico's team sits at 19-10 and 10-7 in the Big Ten with only one regular-season game remaining.

The Daily looks at three big takeaways from the Wolverines' defeat in East Lansing.

Sunday, February 24, 2019 - 5:12pm
The Michigan women's basketball team's attempt at a comeback at Michigan State was too little, too late, as the Wolverines' seven-game winning streak ended.

Missed opportunities characterized the Michigan women’s basketball team’s (19-10 overall, 10-6 Big Ten) 74-64 loss to Michigan State (18-9, 8-8) Sunday afternoon — the Wolverines’ first defeat in eight games.

Thursday, February 21, 2019 - 8:51pm
Junior guard Akienreh Johnson had seven assists over 30 minutes in Michigan's 86-76 victory over Rutgers.

The bad luck and late-game struggles that had plagued the Michigan women’s basketball team (19-9 overall, 10-6 Big Ten) at the beginning of Big Ten play, was nowhere to be seen during their 88-76 victory over Rutgers (18-8 overall, 10-5) on Thursday night.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019 - 9:46pm
Senior Center Halle Thome became the third player in Michigan history to reach the 2,000 point plateau.

Entering last Sunday’s game against Illinois, the senior center needed only one point to surpass 2,000 points at Michigan. Four minutes into the first quarter, sophomore Hailey Brown lobbed the ball down to Thome on the right block. Just as she had done countless times before, Thome spun around her defender and converted the routine layup.

With the basket, Thome joined Diane Dietz and Katelynn Flaherty — who graduated last spring — on the Wolverines' list of 2,000-point scorers.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 - 6:49pm
The Michigan women's basketball program has a unique asset given that freshman forward Naz Hillmon and sophomore forward Hailey Brown came to college with prior international basketball experience.

Last May, while her classmates at Gilmour Academy in Cleveland were officially receiving their diplomas in front of their teachers, friends and families, Naz Hillmon was playing basketball.

Sunday, February 10, 2019 - 5:16pm
Sophomore forward Haley Brown led the Wolverines to victory in freshman Amy Dilk's absence.

Within a span of five minutes, Brown single-handedly turned Sunday’s game on its head in the second quarter — from a nine-point deficit to a one-point lead for the Wolverines by the end of the half.

Catalyzed by Brown’s performance, the Michigan women’s basketball team (16-9 overall, 7-6 Big Ten) escaped State College with a 66-62 win over Penn State (10-13, 3-9).

Monday, February 4, 2019 - 5:08pm
Junior wing Akienreh Johnson was a key contributor off Michigan’s bench in the Wolverines’ two wins last weekend.

Friday afternoon it was Akienreh Johnson and Kayla Robbins. On Sunday, it was Naz Hillmon. The common thread: two wins, two strong performances from the Wolverines’ bench.

At the beginning of the season, much of the conversation surrounding a revamped Michigan women’s basketball squad centered around its depth, which looked to be one of this team’s greatest strengths. That notion has been supported a number of times this season, but especially of late.