Tuesday, September 1, 2020 - 9:08pm
Freshman forward Whitney Sollom is poised to produce early for the Michigan women's basketball team.

At 6-foot-3, Sollom’s height is striking, but what really sets her apart is her extreme athleticism. She has no trouble with her coordination, is a strong runner and has good lateral quickness.

Tuesday, September 1, 2020 - 8:49pm
Michigan Golf is trying to embrace the mental challenges of an individual game.

As the saying goes, golf is a game that is decided 90 percent by your mental game and only 10 percent by your physical and athletic abilities. In today’s game, golfers are making more of a concerted effort to focus on the sport’s mental aspect.

Wednesday, August 19, 2020 - 4:34pm
Michigan coach Jennifer Klein was excited about the upcoming season before it was postponed.

“Injuries are easier,” senior goalkeeper Hillary Beal said. “You go through them and there’s kind of an endpoint and you determine when you’re allowed to return to play. But this is (different) because you don’t know when there’s an end (in) sight and you don’t know when you’re going to have the opportunity to take the field again and start competing.”

Wednesday, July 22, 2020 - 9:16pm
Sophomores Anika Dy and Mikaela Schulz played in an amateur competition in Lansing over the weekend.

Sophomores Anika Dy and Mikaela Schulz competed in two rounds of stroke play before advancing in the top 32 to match play, where Dy advanced to the quarterfinals and Schulz was eliminated in the first round.

Friday, May 22, 2020 - 5:22pm
Michigan baseball coach Erik Bakich and others propose baseball schedule change.

Michigan coach Erik Bakich’s motto of “You can’t get hot if you don’t start cold” might need to change soon, should a proposal he’s spearheading to change the structure of college baseball be accepted.

Friday, May 22, 2020 - 5:22pm
Michigan baseball coach Erik Bakich and others propose baseball schedule change.

Michigan coach Erik Bakich’s motto of “You can’t get hot if you don’t start cold” might need to change soon, should a proposal he’s spearheading to change the structure of college baseball be accepted.

Wednesday, April 15, 2020 - 11:03am
Presented by The Michigan Daily's sports section, a rotating cast of writers discusses Michigan sports.

In the span of just 12 hours, the Michigan mens basketball team lost the recruiting battle for five-star Joshua Christopher and saw five-star Isaiah Todd decommit as he plans to play professionally. Daily sports writer Brendan Roose talks with beat writers Connor Brennan, Daniel Dash and Jacob Kopnick, along with managing sports editor Ethan Sears, to discuss initial reactions, where this leaves next years team and what this means for Juwan Howard’s recruiting in the long run.

Tuesday, April 7, 2020 - 8:32pm
Presented by The Michigan Daily’s sports section, a rotating cast of writers discusses Michigan sports.

What does this mean for Michigan Athletics?

Thursday, March 19, 2020 - 12:05am
Presented by The Michigan Daily’s sports section, a rotating cast of writers discusses Michigan sports.

One week ago, in the wake of coronavirus and school moving online, The Michigan Daily put together its last print paper of the year. Though they didn’t expect this abrupt end to their college careers and to be doing this annual podcast in March, senior sports editor Ben Katz sat down with nine other seniors that night for this senior send-off. First, they discuss the past four years in Michigan sports, including their favorite memories covering teams, athletes and coaches. Next, they reflect on what The Michigan Daily has meant to them (23:47).

Thursday, March 12, 2020 - 7:37pm
Sophomore midfielder Nick Rowlett tied the record for faceoff wins in a single contest facing Marquette in a 13-12 victory.

Nick Rowlett came out with a banner performance Thursday afternoon. 

The sophomore midfielder tied the record for faceoff wins in a single contest facing Marquette — a game Michigan won, 13-12. Rowlett secured 22 of 29 total faceoffs during the game, and he currently leads the team in groundballs during a game with 13 — a third of the game’s total. 

But the success was eclipsed by the game becoming the final Michigan athletic event of the academic year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.