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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
In a tightly contested match, Michigan saw its season come to an end against No. 23 Colorado State in four sets.
Ending a nearly eight-year drought against Purdue, the Wolverines (9-9 Big Ten, 19-11 overall) upset the 15th-ranked Boilermakers (11-7, 21-8) in the last home match of the season.
With the Wolverines scrapping for every point, everything mattered in a game where the second and third sets ended 29-27 and 25-23, respectively.
For the first time in a decade, the Wolverines captured consecutive conference titles with their best race of the season.
After a sixth-place finish out of a 43-team field, the Wolverines are looking throughout the roster for improvement moving forward.
The sixth-ranked Wolverines did not perform as convincingly as a whole, but they still showed their talent in the SMU Classic on Friday and Saturday
The Wolverines’ offense was disorganized and predictable, letting Minnesota go on a seven-point run to cap off a 3-0 sweep.
The No. 21 Michigan volleyball team’s sweep in the Michigan Challenge Tournament, capping off the final matchup against Cincinnati with a 3-0 victory.
Every one-on-one scoring opportunity the Demon Deacons had was met with a swift clearance or block that helped relieve pressure on the goalkeeper.
Despite the play of its seniors, Michigan (0-4) ultimately fell to Notre Dame (4-1), 12-5, in Michigan Stadium.