After dropping two close games in Tampa, Fla. last weekend, the Wolverines now find themselves in uncharted waters heading into the ACC/Big Ten Challenge this weekend in Raleigh, N.C.
Given the Wolverines' performances at both the SPIRE D1 Invitational and the Iowa State Classic, they can glean one major takeaway from their weekend meets: they’re peaking at the right time.
The onus to fill the void of one of the most accomplished senior classes in school history may have to fall on the shoulders of the underclassmen.
The ninth-ranked Wolverines put forth a commanding effort to win the dual meet over the 17th-ranked Buckeyes, 186-114.
The junior goalkeeper had one of the best careers in program history prior to signing his MLS contract.
The Wolverines’ 34-6 defeat at the hands of the 12th-ranked Fighting Illini matched Michigan’s worst dual meet loss since the 2009-2010 season.
Coming off a 31-7 loss to third-ranked Iowa, the Michigan wrestling team bounced back Friday with a convincing 25-16 win over the Terrapins.
The Michigan men's swimming and diving team lost 167-133 to No. 4 Indiana on Friday.
Michigan made quick work of American in its 3-0 victory in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
As Illinois State rushed the field, jubilantly celebrating a penalty kick victory, tears streamed down the faces of a dejected Wolverine team.