Women's Basketball

Katelynn Flaherty led all scorers with 16 points.

With 2:48 left in the first quarter of Saturday’s exhibition game, Michigan women’s basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico called a timeout. Her team led, 21-13, but it was giving Ferris State too many scoring opportunities for her liking.

Jillian Dunston has a chance to step up and earn major minutes this year.

With the loss of three seniors who started every game last season, there are three spots in the air, leaving Barnes Arico to pick from a primarily young team dominated by underclassmen.

Madison Ristovski will be one of the veterans for Michigan this year.

The senior’s consistency has been the strongest asset of her game, and Michigan will need it now more than ever.

Hallie Thome will be charged with picking up some of Michigan's rebounding slack this season.

The Michigan women’s basketball team didn’t just lose critical leadership with the departures of Cyesha Goree, Nicole Elmblad and Shannon Smith — it also lost 59 percent of its rebounding, one of the strengths that boosted the Wolverines into the 2015 WNIT Semifinals.

Siera Thompson looks to be settled in as Michigan's starting point guard.

A combination of new and old has spiced up the competition among the guards of the Michigan women’s basketball team.

Kim Barnes Arico is impressed with her freshman class so far.

Over the past year, Michigan women’s basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico and her staff searched near and far for some of the best women’s basketball talent in the United States. In their quest, the coaching staff may have compiled the best recruiting class in program history.

Kelsey Mitchell has a chance to be a breakout player this season.

Mitchell is expected to play in the paint and size up some of the bigger guards in the conference.