The Wolverines simply didn’t look like a well-oiled machine Saturday night.
As the Wolverines look to make another deep run in March, the Daily breaks down this year’s roster:
One area of concern that has gotten little attention is the lack of proven rebounding ability Michigan returns this year.
For senior Kyle Mueller, Mondays are for rewriting the record books. This past Monday, he did just that, shooting an incredible 63 (-7) on day one of the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate.
But on Sunday at U-M Soccer Stadium, things broke more in No. 22 Michigan’s favor – as they have for much of this season.
Michigan (3-1-2) has been on the wrong side of shot disparities three times this season, and No. 17 Wake Forest (5-1) will present another challenge when it visits Ann Arbor on Sunday.
In just his third game at Michigan, Mukuna scored twice — including the eventual game-winner — to lead the Wolverines to a 3-1 victory over Cleveland State.
Michigan’s top-ranked pitching rotation, which hasn’t surrendered a run in Big Ten play thus far, will face a Buckeye offense that hits .444 and averages over 11 runs per game.
Reaping the benefits of Alexander’s mound visits, Betsa is on the best stretch of her career.
Since adopting the new method, the senior outfielder's bat has been red hot.