In its first competitive tournament of the season, the Michigan men’s wrestling team left Sunday’s MSU Open with six champions and a lot to improve upon as the season progresses.
Goals have been hard to come by for the Wolverines this season, but Friday’s game offered more than a glimmer of hope.
The Michigan men’s cross country team began its competitive racing season with a victory at the adidas XC Challenge in Cary, N.C. this past Friday.
With a series of solid individual performances, the Michigan women’s track and field team helped the Big Ten win in the Pac-12 vs. Big Ten Challenge.
Throughout the weekend, the Wolverines put together a series of solid performances in the singles which propelled the team to victory in both games.
The Wolverines finished eighth out of as many teams, scoring 47.5 points, to contribute to the Big Ten’s overall victory in the Pac-12 vs. Big Ten Challenge.
The Wolverines scored just 54 points, finishing far behind Penn State, which won the competition with 96.5 points.
Redshirt junior Grant Cartwright won the weight throw event with a school-record mark, and while those highlights didn’t prevail throughout the team, they did provide bright spots.
Steven Bastien's record-breaking performance helped pave the way to a successful meet for the Michigan men's track and field team.
In Michigan men’s track team’s first meet of the season, three runners set personal bests and the team won a distance medley relay.