CHICAGO — Monday, six coaches took the podium at Big Ten Media Days to give their opening remarks, but the Wolverines were discussed in more than just Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s Q&A session.

Before the women’s soccer team kicks off the next Michigan athletics season Aug. 19 against Pittsburgh, we look back at the best from the past year.

There will be a week-long product launch starting Aug. 1.

With a new era of Michigan apparel set to kick off next month, it’s only fitting that the face of the Wolverines’ new brand will be there to see it firsthand.

Jourdan Lewis was named to the Nagurski, Bednarik and Thorpe award watch lists.
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In its first year under head coach Jim Harbaugh, the Michigan football team finished 10-3 — capped with a 41-7 blowout victory over Florida in the Citrus Bowl — to ride a wave of momentum and hype into the offseason.

Athletic director Warde Manuel announced Thursday that the Wolverines will host the Fighting Irish in 2018.
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The two teams last met in 2014, a game that ended in a 31-0 Notre Dame victory.

Mike Bottom qualified for the 1980 Olympic Games as a swimmer, but was unable to compete as the U.S. boycotted the event.
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Michigan's head swimming and diving coach will be headed to Rio later this summer.

Jim Harbaugh and the rest of the coaching staff have plenty to be excited about with their 2017 recruiting class.
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The coaching staff has secured the nation's fourth-best recruiting class thus far.

LeVert led the Wolverines in scoring and rebounds in his final two seasons.
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LeVert played just 33 games in his final two seasons at Michigan.

Mason Cole, who started every game of the past two seasons at left tackle, has moved to center.
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Offensive coordinator Tim Drevno is pleased with the progress of Mason Cole and Grant Newsome.

CHICAGO — For the second straight year, Jim Harbaugh walked into the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place as the center of attention.

Abby Cole will play center for the women's basketball team.
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The standout volleyball player will join the women's basketball team this upcoming season.

Leigh Steinberg's next Agent Academy is in Ann Arbor, at the University of Michigan.
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The famed sports agent is teaching a one-day seminar on July 16 at the University of Michigan.

Despite missing the cut, Mueller was able to compete at a high level with some of the world's best golfers.

Shelina Zadorsky captained the Michigan women's soccer team that reached the Elite Eight in 2013.
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Shelina Zadorsky has always dreamt of competing on the world’s biggest soccer stages — either as a World Cup contender or an Olympic athlete.

Sam Mikulak convincingly earned his second trip to the Olympics during last weekend's trials.
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So far, 18 former and current Michigan athletes have qualified for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

The Wolverines look to improve on their 21-8 record in Adam Steinberg's third year as coach.
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Steinberg announced that he was leaving to be the head coach of Arizona State on June 15.

After losing four players as transfers this offseason, the Michigan men’s basketball team finally has some movement in the other direction.

John Beilein says Michigan will have one more major non-conference opponent.
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The Wolverines have two open scholarships for the upcoming season.

In nine games played, Glasgow had 25 tackles including five for loss and one sack.
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The fifth-year senior defensive tackle missed the final four games of last season after a pectoral injury.