Given the opportunity in light of junior wing Leigha Brown's absence, junior guard Amy Dilk has shown her skills as a floor general. She has been invaluable to Michigan women's basketball maintaining its unbeaten record over the last three games.
The No. 2 Michigan wrestling team (3-0 overall, 3-0 Big Ten) coasted to its third consecutive win on Sunday, defeating Indiana (0-2, 0-2), 32-6.
Just as they did in their first two duals, the Wolverines started today’s meet with a win, this time courtesy of redshirt freshman Cam Amine at 165 pounds. Amine used three takedowns, riding time and an escape to secure an 8-3 victory for himself and a 3-0 lead for Michigan.
The No. 3 Michigan wrestling team (2-0 overall, 2-0 Big Ten) capped a perfect opening weekend on Sunday by dominating Maryland (0-1, 0-1), 38-3. The Wolverines won their first two duals by a combined score of 64-13.
In its two duals, Michigan — missing fifth-year senior-starters Stevan Micic and Myles Amine in both — flashed its sky-high potential.
For the second time in three days, the Michigan women’s basketball team has postponed its game. The Wolverines were supposed to play Penn State on Dec. 23, but just like their game on Dec. 21, it has been postponed.
Per a press release, the cancellation was due to COVID-19 related concerns within the program. No further information has been provided on if these concerns are due to positive tests or due to contacting tracing.
That all changed as the Wolverines beat Notre Dame, 76-66, in a back-and-forth, intense battle not characteristic of early season games. Come March, this could prove to be a statement win that does wonders for Michigan’s tournament seeding and overall confidence.
Injected into the starting lineup for the Wolverines’ most recent game against Oakland, Nolan once again shined, showing she is a valuable asset in all phases of the game. She ended her first start of the season with only three points, via one 3-pointer, but her coach still lauded her offensive contributions.
Most communities are woefully far from recognizing adaptive sports as a necessary facet of the sporting experience; this lackluster effort at inclusivity is exactly what the University of Michigan’s Adaptive Sports and Fitness program aims to address.
You would never have known this was only Naz Hillmon and the Michigan women’s basketball team’s second game in 266 days. But not even two minutes into the game, the junior forward was already well on her way to a career performance.