Women's Basketball

Hallie Thome couldn't match up with Nebraska's Jessica Shepard down low Sunday.

Shepard outrebounded Thome, 20-6, outscored her, 35-24, and also managed to stay out of foul trouble.

Siera Thompson scored her 1,000th career point in Michigan's loss to Nebraska.

In Sunday’s game, Michigan led for just 22 seconds off the opening basket.

Katelynn Flaherty took eight of Michigan's 26 3-point attempts, making five.

All in all, the two teams combined for 48 3-point attempts, with Ohio State making 54.5 percent of its deep shots.

Madison Ristovski tallied eight points and seven assists for Michigan on Thursday.

Michigan came as close as three points behind, but it couldn’t play catch up after Ohio State was nearly perfect from the free throw line down the stretch.

Michigan senior forward Kelsey Mitchell will face another Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio State's sophomore guard, on Thursday.

Michigan’s opponent Thursday is the favorite, but a win would significantly aid the Wolverines’ resume.

The Michigan women's basketball team has won three of its last four games.

With Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday came with the added benefit of no class, so the Wolverines truly had a day off. Having played five games in the last two weeks, they need all the rest they can get ahead of a grueling Big Ten stretch.

Chuck Raab has been a Michigan women's basketball superfan since around 2003.

To call Chuck Raab a Michigan fan would be an understatement. He is the most diehard of the diehards, a guy who bleeds so blue a smurf would be impressed.

Kim Barnes Arico instructs her team in a game earlier this season.

Katelynn Flaherty found her groove in the second half, leading the Wolverines in scoring with 23 points for the game,

Every coach in the Big Ten will say any team is capable of beating any other on a given night. Because of this, not one game in the conference is a given.

Hallie Thome scored 15 points on 7-for-11 shooting but found herself in foul trouble again Thursday.

Jones’ physicality — as well as the rest of the Maryland squad — was too big of a challenge for Michigan, which was outrebounded, 43-38.