Saturday, the Wolverines commenced play at Cliff Keen Arena, where the Maize team defeated the Blue team, 399.35 to 388.35.
With that result, No. 9 Michigan had completed a shutout of Oregon State, 48-0, in the third annual Joe Wells Classic.
By the end of the day, Michigan recovered from a first-quarter deficit to notch a 54-41 victory over the Golden Flashes.
Michigan found its footing quickly, though, and finished the contest in dominant fashion to come away with a 86-50 win.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh took part in the Outback Bowl teleconference Sunday night, discussing the format of the College Football Playoff and more.
The Wolverines led the event at the end of each day, scoring 991.5 points and beating second-place Georgia by 158 points.
While the Wolverines once held a four-point lead themselves in the first quarter, Notre Dame peaked in the fourth, taking a 25-point lead to finish with an 83-63 victory.
Giving up only one set combined on the road, Michigan was led by strong starts, besting the Boilermakers on Wednesday and the Hoosiers on Friday.
But while the loss may be a crushing end for Stevens and his classmates, they have elevated the program to a new level of success that was not fathomable this time last year.
In the 31-team competition, fifth-year seniors and All-Americans Jamie Morrissey and Gina Sereno anchored the Wolverines, both finishing in the top-30 individually in the tight six-kilometer race.