Women's Basketball

Led by Naz Hillmon, Michigan has controlled the glass so far in Big Ten play.

Ranked No. 11 in the nation, the Michigan women's basketball team has dominated its opponents in part due to its prowess on the offensive glass.

Emily Kiser has been a reliable player off the bench since returning from an ankle injury.

Emily Kiser's return from injury has provided key depth and versatility for the Wolverines.

Amy Dilk has stepped up in the absence of Leigha Brown.

Given the opportunity in light of junior wing Leigha Brown's absence, junior guard Amy Dilk has shown her skills as a floor general. She has been invaluable to Michigan women's basketball maintaining its unbeaten record over the last three games.

Michigan's game on Monday has been postponed

The No. 13 Michigan women’s basketball team’s game against Michigan State on Monday, Jan.

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Maddie Nolan was given the green light by her coaches, and she never took her foot off the gas.

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To say the No. 13 Wolverines (10-0 overall, 5-0 Big Ten) put Wisconsin (3-7, 0-7) through a clinic on how to play basketball is an understatement of their commanding 69-40 win.  

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Charging towards the basket, fifth-year senior forward Akienreh Johnson bodied an Illinois defender with her left shoulder and lifted the ball up to the rim.

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In a game defined by messy play on both ends of the court by both teams, the No. 15 Wolverines (9-0 overall, 4-0 Big Ten) overcame their initial offensive and defensive struggles to defeat Illinois (2-6, 0-5), 70-50. 

With Leigha Brown absent, the Wolverines relied on junior forward Amy Dilk for offensive production.

Michigan needs Leigha Brown.

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In the final moments of the game, up by two and on the heels of an 8-0 run from Nebraska, junior forward Naz Hillmon earned a vital offensive rebound and put back the second-chance layup, snapping Michigan’s drought.