Women's Basketball

Sophomore center Hallie Thome used her physicality to bully Indiana in the paint.

Sophomore center Hallie Thome finished with 21 points, 10 boards and two blocks to help Michigan to a 78-74 win.

The Michigan women's basketball team made its case to be ranked with a standout showing in the Virgin Islands.

Michigan saw its last top-25 ranking in the 2012-13 season, when it peaked at No. 23 in the Associated Press poll during week 12 — the last season it made the NCAA Tournament. Monday, the AP Poll again left them out of the rankings with just 22 votes, good for 33rd.

Danielle Williams has made the most of her limited playing time at Michigan.

Despite Williams’ stat line, Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico had nothing but gratitude for what she has done for the team.

Abby Cole will play center for the women's basketball team.

The standout volleyball player will join the women's basketball team this upcoming season.

Junior guard Danielle Williams will return for one final season next year.

On the brink of the NCAA Tournament, the Wolverines’ hopes were cut short, but they stepped up in the WNIT for a second consecutive year.

Katelynn Flaherty averaged 22.1 points per game this season.

In the 2016-17 season, Barnes Arico will have the right pieces to lead Michigan back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2013.

Katelynn Flaherty, who earned All-America honorable mention last week, has two more chances to earn a spot in the NCAA Tournament.

Flaherty has received Honorable Mention All-American recognition, but she’s neither a Big Ten champion nor had the opportunity to play in the NCAA Tournament.

Madison Ristovski scored 19 points in a losing effort Thursday night against Florida Gulf Coast.

Even with a desperate effort from Madison Ristovski, Michigan once again fell short of hoisting its first banner at Crisler Center.

Kim Barnes Arico is two wins away from her program's first WNIT championship.

If Michigan wants a chance to finally bring a banner to Crisler Center, the road goes through hostile territory.

The Michigan women's basketball used a miraculous offensive sequence to win Monday's WNIT quarterfinal.

Michigan needed a pinch of luck, along with the execution of every intangible element of the game that Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico has hammered into the players’ minds all season.