After two consecutive losses, the Wolverines recovered to defeat Ohio State on Sunday.
Michigan finished as the highest-ranked Big Ten team, setting the tone for conference play early as they seek to carry momentum into a crucial winter training period.
The Wolverines, who haven’t lost since Sept. 8, wasted no time showing the fans at the Marshall Center which of the two postseason-bound squads was the superior one.
For the first time since 2011, the Michigan field hockey team is the outright regular season Big Ten champion.
Just after they were honored for Senior Night on Saturday, seven Wolverine seniors took the field knowing it could be the last home game of their collegiate careers.
Coming off a three-game losing streak, the Michigan women’s soccer team knew one loss would eliminate it from a Big Ten Tournament spot.
The game got off to an inconspicuous start for both teams. Both teams had scoring chances, but neither managed to find the back of the net.
The Michigan women’s soccer team fell, 2-1, to rival Michigan State in a game defined by missed scoring chances.
Saturday was his best performance yet, signaling the completion of his transition to the college game.
With a weekend sweep, the Wolverines clinched at least a share of the regular season Big Ten championship, their first title since 2011.
Lommer set herself apart, dropping only one set in five matches en route to the Midwest Regional title and an automatic bid to the ITA National Fall Championships this November.
The Michigan women’s volleyball team (3-5 Big Ten, 13-7 overall) defeated Rutgers (0-7, 5-14) in four sets Friday before dropping its match to No. 2 Penn State (7-1, 17-1) in straight sets.