Michigan beat out several highly-ranked teams, placing behind only the University of California.
The No. 20 Michigan men’s lacrosse team dropped its conference opener, 15-8, against No. 9 Maryland on Saturday.
Michigan remains perfect in Big Ten play and how has six consecutive wins.
Michigan ended the week undefeated in doubles play — a key area of improvement for the team this season.
With the bases loaded in the sixth frame, Aidan Falk smacked a double to the right-field wall, scoring two and sparking the big inning the Wolverines needed to comfortably put away Northwestern, 6-0.
When Michigan scores first, it has a 22-1 record this season. When the Wolverines don’t, they’re a meager 2-5-1.
Coming off a bye week following a run of three wins in a row, the No. 20 Michigan men’s lacrosse team defeated Maryland-Baltimore County by a final score of 10-7 on Saturday afternoon.
Just five days removed from its first big ten win in program history, Michigan looked flat-footed and disoriented from the first whistle.
The 19th-ranked Wolverines will ride their five-game winning streak as they open conference play at Alumni Field.
Like she has so many times during her illustrious Michigan career, Coughlan delivered with a game-winning shot and gave the Wolverines the thrilling 12-11 victory.