BY DANNY VARGOVICK
For the Michigan men’s golf team, the customization process of clubs starts with a trip just down the road to Miles of Golf.
BY MINH DOAN
With the ECAC Tournament just two weeks away, the Wolverines are looking to improve all facets of their game. The Wolverines will close out the regular season with games at home against No. 13 Yale and Robert Morris.
BY MAX BULTMAN
When the Wolverines take on 12th-ranked Minnesota this weekend, it will be their first real test in over a month. How they handle the Golden Gophers’ pitching and how Minnesota handles Michigan's two top hitters will set the tone of the series.
BY DANIEL WASSERMAN
“It’s just been an amazing experience. I will always remember this place and ...” Morgan said, pausing to wipe away tears. “Aw man. I said I wasn’t gonna do it.”
BY JAKE LOURIM
The Wolverines hammered three home runs to leave Mount Pleasant, Mich. with an 11-0 run-rule victory over Central Michigan.
BY NATHANIEL CLARK
The Wolverines’ 16-6 win over Detroit marked their first regulation win, first road win and their first two-game winning streak of their inaugural season.
BY SIMON KAUFMAN
Experts have Stauskas slotted as a mid-first round pick on the cusp of the lottery and Robinson going later in the second round. Garry Parrish, a national columnist for CBS Sports, has Stauskas going as the 15th pick pick to the Atlanta Hawks and Robinson as the 39th to the Detroit Pistons.
BY KELLY HALL
Central Michigan has squared off at least once against the Wolverines every year in Michigan’s 37 softball seasons except for one, and the Wolverines lead the all-time series, 48-30.
BY MINH DOAN
The Wolverines participated in the M-Relay event at Palmer Field on Saturday to honor those who had passed away from cancer, as well as cancer survivors.
BY MATTHEW KIPNIS
Anna always has her brother on her mind, and he’s the reason Anna is where she is today. Thanks to Henry, she’s learned to work through the loss of life. Which is why she’s the perfect person to work through the Wolverines’ first season in program history, where losing has become all too common.
BY BRAD WHIPPLE
Michigan has been unpredictable, and its cold bats and unfocused defense have prevented the Wolverines from following a consistent path toward becoming Big Ten Champions for the first time since 2008.
BY CINDY YU
With the final meet of their college careers looming, the seniors have just one goal in mind: to qualify for the Super Six.
BY ZACH SHAW
“There was just a lot of non-execution today — we didn’t play well at all,” said Michigan coach Erik Bakich. “We walked five leadoff hitters, three of them scored, we had a lot of missed bunts, and across the board, we didn’t play to win.”
BY DANIEL FELDMAN
For Stauskas, the decision came a week ago, and for Robinson, only Monday night. Despite the difference in time to make their final decision to go pro, the same mantra held their respective choices to leave Michigan early.