Despite allowing an early goal and starting off slow offensively, the Michigan men’s lacrosse team dominated Lafayette, 17-6, on Saturday.
Erik Bakich and the rest of the coaching staff have looming decisions to make to fill the void left by certain departures, but the players filling their positions already have substantial experience under their belts.
Combining clutch late-match points with signature hard-nose wrestling, the 14th-ranked Wolverines dominated No. 10 Lehigh on Senior Day.
The Michigan wrestling team prevailed over Northwestern, 38-10, as the Wolverines racked up two pins and four technical falls.
Though the Wolverines lost the dual meet against No. 18 Minnesota to start off the Big Ten campaign, Massa was able to lead by example with his decisive win over his opponent.
Michigan’s 11th-ranked wrestling team prevailed over both No. 17 Oklahoma on Friday and No. 24 Oregon State on Sunday.
After a strong beginning by the redshirt freshmen, the Wolverines’ more experienced wrestlers helped pad their lead.
Michigan outlasted the 18-team field to win its first tournament title since 2014.
The Wolverines played back-to-back games this weekend, swiftly ousting Rutgers on Friday, 3-1, only to fall to Delaware on Saturday by the same score.
The five Wolverines competing rallied in the second round, salvaging an eighth-place finish out of the 12 competing teams.