Sunday, October 18, 2020 - 9:24pm
Building on his success golfing in Australia, Charlie Pilon took his experience to Ann Arbor for college, citing the team culture and U.S. golf opportunities as reasons for making the move to the U.S.

His success garnered interest from various universities in the United States, but Pilon eventually chose Michigan for its strong golf program and prestigious academics.

Sunday, October 18, 2020 - 9:23pm
Assistant men's lacrosse coach Justin Turri will go into this year with Michigan following a professional season in a bubble in Utah during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Michigan men’s lacrosse assistant coach Justin Turri ‘bubbled’ in Utah with the PLL’s Chrome.

Monday, October 12, 2020 - 10:43pm
Marilyn Magoon, Betty Doman and Lynn Johnson are some of Michigan women’s basketball’s biggest fans.

It’s not often you find a group of people that are diehard women’s college basketball fans. Much less a group of women who went to school when they could only play basketball at lunch time in their bloomers. And these three women might just be the biggest women’s basketball fans out there.

Sunday, October 11, 2020 - 9:44pm
Paul Juda stayed locked in, training while unable to go to the gym.

With gyms closed and no end to quarantine in sight, Paul Juda initially found it challenging to motivate himself. Juda, a sophomore standout and reigning Big Ten Freshman of The Year on the Michigan men’s gymnastics team, decided to use the unexpected shut-down to take time off from his intense training regimen.

“Athletes are humans too, at least I am,” Juda said. “I let my body take a little bit of a break. You never know how stressed out you are until you take a break.” 

Wednesday, October 7, 2020 - 9:21pm
The Michigan golf program lost a stalwart in clubhouse manager of U-M Golf Course Charlie Green.

This past August, the Michigan golf teams and Ann Arbor community lost a key member in Charlie Green, who passed away at age 84. 

For the typical Michigan fan, Charlie’s would not exactly be considered a household name. But, to many entrenched in the golf lore here at Michigan, Charlie Green was synonymous with the program. 

Monday, October 5, 2020 - 9:20pm
To the Mattis brothers, everyone on the Michigan wrestling team feels like family.

In sports, your team is a family. 

Developing a relationship keeps the team together, and the closer it is to a family, the better. But the Michigan wrestling team is a step above the others, featuring three pairs of brothers — the Amines, Corrells and Mattins. 

What has the program done to attract so many siblings? For the Mattin brothers, it’s the family connection. Their commitment to wrestling together started a long time ago.

Sunday, October 4, 2020 - 11:54pm
Under University guidelines and with a spring season up in the air, Michigan men's club lacrosse has resumed practicing.

Like many Michigan club sports, the student-led lacrosse team faced a litany of uncertainties coming into the new year. With safety precautions impacting everything from practices to scheduling and recruiting to team bonding, the lacrosse team was forced to adapt in order to enter its ninth season in the National Collegiate Lacrosse League.

Sunday, October 4, 2020 - 11:39pm
Hannah Blake played for New Zealand, her home country, in the U20 World Cup before coming to Michigan.

At 18, most students are just getting things figured out: graduating high school, pondering future career trajectories and wasting a little too much time on social media.

But Hannah Blake isn’t most students. At 18, the Michigan women’s soccer team forward was representing her home nation, New Zealand, in the U20 World Cup — for the second time in her career.

Sunday, October 4, 2020 - 9:55pm
Teddy Oosterbaan will be one of many in his family to don a Wolverine jersey this season for the men's tennis team.

Teddy was recruited to play tennis at schools across the Big Ten, but he knew Ann Arbor was home.

Tuesday, September 29, 2020 - 9:42pm
Junior forward Naz Hillmon speaks at a rally over the summer.

Most players ask their coaches for a lot of things: playing time, different practice schedules, new offensive schemes. Stars like junior forward Naz Hillmon don’t usually have to ask coaches for much. Except, after the murder of George Floyd in May, Hillmon found herself asking a lot of questions — and one in particular to Kim Barnes Arico.

What can I do?