Women's Basketball

Katelynn Flaherty was named a member of the WBCA All-Region 4 team on Wednesday morning.

Already a unanimous All-Big Ten player, Flaherty is a big reason why the Wolverines kept their 20-win season streak alive, earning their fifth straight with a win Tuesday.

Siera Thompson's passing and defense continue to lead Michigan through the WNIT.

Two early assists from Thompson pushed her to 168 on the season, breaking the previous record of 167 set in 2012-13.

Katelynn Flaherty bounced back from a sluggish performance Saturday with 24 points Tuesday.

Behind an explosive first-half performance Tuesday night, Michigan jumped out to a 22-point lead at the break by outshooting, outrebounding and outhustling the Toreros.

Siera Thompson is averaging 19.5 points per game in the WNIT.

On paper, Michigan is talented enough to advance to the WNIT Final Four and possibly run the table to hang a banner in Crisler Center.

Madison Ristovski didn't want Saturday's game to be her last, and she stepped up.

Frustrated over a few missed baskets in the first half, Ristovski came into the locker room and inspired the Wolverines to keep playing.

Hallie Thome was the focal point of Michigan's offense against Bucknell.

The Wolverines overcame an off night from Katelynn Flaherty en route to a 95-72 win over Bucknell.

Hallie Thome could have a big day against Bucknell on Saturday.

Saturday at 2 p.m. at Crisler Center, the Wolverines will host the Bison, who are coming into the second round fresh off an upset win over Akron, 74-70.

The Michigan women's basketball team advanced to the second round of the WNIT with a win over Wright State on Wednesday.

It has been a while since the Wolverines looked this good, but it has also been a while since they’ve played a team that knew this little about them.

After a lackluster first half in their WNIT opener Wednesday against Wright State, the Wolverines found their usual high scoring form and beat the Raiders handily, 81-53.

Michigan will play in the WNIT for the third straight season.

The Wolverines’ NCAA Tournament hopes were stifled again this year, leaving them to play in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament for the third straight year.

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