Men's Basketball

The Wolverines and Hawkeyes provided plenty of drama in Iowa's 82-71 win.

The Michigan basketball team will face another tough post challenge when it takes on Iowa on Sunday.

The Hawkeyes have benefited heavily from having the most experienced lineup in the conference, made up of four seniors and a junior.

Duncan Robinson and Michigan hung with a bigger and more experienced Maryland team for a shocking upset Tuesday.

Even without LeVert, the Wolverines proved they could hang out with the big kids — quite literally at times.

Mark Donnal has been a success in the lineup since he regained his starting spot Jan. 2 against Penn State.

In the four games since conference play has started, Donnal’s combined 57 points are more than he had the entire first half of the season.

Junior forward Zak Irvin celebrates Michigan's 70-67 upset of No. 3 Maryland at Crisler Center on Tuesday.

“I think everybody knows, once I see one go in, I feel like every one can go in,” Irvin said after Michigan upset Maryland on Tuesday.

Michigan tramples Maryland 70 - 67 at the Crisler Center on Tuesday.

Though Michigan’s offense nearly collapsed in the second half with two scoring droughts of over three minutes each, it came back to life at the right time.

Melo Trimble was voted Big Ten Preseason Big Ten Player of the Year before this season.

In October, the Daily caught up with the Terrapins’ star player at Big Ten Media Day in Chicago to talk about high expectations, Maryland’s recent recruiting success and spending part of the summer at a camp with Stephen Curry.

Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman scored a career-high 25 points in an 87-70 loss to Purdue on Thursday.

The Wolverines will likely be without their top scorer again Tuesday night when they host No. 3 Maryland.

Junior center Mark Donnal could not match Purdue's big men in the Wolverines 87-70 loss at Purdue on Thursday.

The Wolverines were eaten alive Thursday in their 87-70 loss, the fourth time this season they have crumbled in the face of larger opposition.

Sophomore guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman dribbles during Michigan's loss to Purdue at Mackey Arena on Thursday. Michigan lost, 87-70.

Abdur-Rahkman dropped a career-high 25 points and almost singlehandedly kept Michigan close in a game that, despite the lopsided final score, remained competitive through its first 34 minutes.