After three weeks of postponed games and limited practices due to COVID-19, the No. 16 Michigan women’s basketball team (6-0 overall, 1-0 Big Ten) didn’t miss a beat during a dominating win over Wisconsin (3-3, 0-3), 92-49.
For the second time in three days, the Michigan women’s basketball team has postponed its game. The Wolverines were supposed to play Penn State on Dec. 23, but just like their game on Dec. 21, it has been postponed.
The Michigan women’s basketball team has postponed its game against Illinois scheduled for Saturday. The matchup would have been the Wolverines’ first conference game this season. Michigan has already played five non-conference games without any concerns.
Senior forward Hailey Brown has been a mainstay for the Wolverines ever since she arrived in Ann Arbor three years ago. With classmates Deja Church and Priscilla Smeenge having transferred to DePaul and Liberty, respectively, Brown is the only one left.
That all changed as the Wolverines beat Notre Dame, 76-66, in a back-and-forth, intense battle not characteristic of early season games. Come March, this could prove to be a statement win that does wonders for Michigan’s tournament seeding and overall confidence.