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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
The Wolverines swept top placements for all four rotations of the meet, pushing Michigan to an almost three-point win, 196.125 to 193.450.
The 17th-ranked Wolverines conceded two goals less than a minute apart in the third period, and it cost them dearly in a 3-2 loss to No. 15 Ohio State.
Rodriguez graduated as one of the most decorated Michigan wrestlers in history. He even went on to place fifth at the World Championships in Japan. After that? He went home.
The 13th-ranked Wolverines were favored to win the Big Ten Championships by the smallest of margins, and they defended that position by topping runner-up Michigan State by 11 points.
At Monday's press conference introducing Pearson, despite the "welcome back" theme, it was all about the future.
A final score of 196.4625 wasn’t enough to send the Michigan women’s gymnastics team to the Super Six.
With his career coming to a close, former Michigan Daily hockey beat writers chose to reflect on their time covering the Wolverines under Mr. Berenson.
The banquet was an awards ceremony for the team and a time to honor the roster’s six seniors and reflect on the previous season.
The doubles point was one of four Ohio State would record en route to winning the matchup, 4-1. The loss snapped Michigan's 21-game win streak at home, which dates back to the 2014-15 season.
Multiple Wolverines played a starring role in Michigan’s 80-62 WNIT quarterfinal win, but the spotlight belonged to senior guard Siera Thompson.