The Wolverines (6-7 Big Ten, 16-9 overall) won their sets by scores of 25-16, 25-19 and 25-14, though the sets were not without drama.
While there have been games where multiple Wolverines are heavily involved in the offense, Michigan has had its share of matches where the offensive unit strongly relied on one player.
It was supposed to be simple for Zavier Simpson. Instead he has had to walk a winding path to a potential starting role at point guard.
The doubles team of senior Davis Crocker and freshman Harrison Brown combined for five close wins and a Big Ten title on Friday to kick off the weekend.
The Wolverines’ offense performed in top form, with a season-high attack average of .465 and a level of efficiency that the team had yet to see all season.
It’s becoming a rare sight to see the ball near the Wolverines’ goal. Halle O’Neill has a lot to do with that.
The Wolverines took three consecutive sets against Iowa, but finishing off the sweep required a dramatic, gritty comeback in the final frame Friday.
Fifth-year senior Adam Coon got his first chance on Friday night during the Michigan wrestling team’s intrasquad meet. It didn’t take long for him to prove he hasn’t lost much.
This four-minute stretch exhibited the blend of experience and youth that has propelled Michigan to its most successful season of the Chaka Daley era.
The Wolverines fought hard Wednesday night and earned a 1-0 victory on a game-winning goal by junior forward Francis Atuahene.