Women's History Month

Junior Anna Marcus, senior Laney Byler and junior Bailey Johnson are all women on The Daily's sports staff.

At some point, the conversation landed on an internship she did the summer after her freshman year of college. It was 2008, and Auerbach got an internship with The Trentonian in New Jersey. She’d spend the summer covering the Yankees’ AA team, the Trenton Thunder, and jump into her career as a sportswriter.

Lou Allan has Olympic dreams and hopes to follow her grandmother's footsteps.

In observance of Women’s History Month, The Daily launches a series aimed at telling the stories of female athletes, coaches and teams at the University from the perspective of the female sports writers on staff. Daily sports writer Aria Gerson continues the series with this story.

Junior Brienne Minor looked up to the Williams sisters growing up, and now, after winning a national championship, she has her own chance to inspire others.

After becoming the first African American woman to win a national championship, Brienne Minor has a chance to be an example for aspiring Black tennis players.

Junior forward Reilly Martin and her sister, Alia, have enjoyed success on the field in their time at Michigan.

With their successes on the field, the Martin sisters look forward to a time when female athletes are respected like their male counterparts.

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In observance of Women’s History Month, The Daily launches a series aimed at telling the stories of female athletes, coaches and teams at the University from the perspective of the female sports writers on staff.

The men's NCAA Tournament is going on, but women's sports should still garner attention.

Their stories are just as layered and their accomplishments are just as important as those of the men’s teams that have been in the spotlight all this time. They just haven’t received the same level of attention.