The Division I Council passed the ban April 8, but it could not go into effect until the Board of Directors voted to approve it.
The Wolverines withstood a late comeback attempt to win, 5-2.
The deal with Nike will be in effect starting Aug. 1, 2016.
Like its previous two series, Michigan is playing similar opponents in their next two Big Ten matchups.
No. 2 Michigan won its fourth consecutive run-rule game, beating Maryland, 8-0.
Jackson scored five goals against No. 10 Johns Hopkins, but it wasn't enough.
For the Michigan women’s track and field team, what happened this past weekend is almost as important as what didn’t happen.
The Wolverines will be losing an anchor on their team at the end of the 2016 season in junior goalie Allison Silber.
The Wolverines struggled with fouls against No. 1 Maryland.
Maryland pitcher Madison Martin was on her way to an easy 1-2-3 inning after retiring two consecutive Michigan batters to start the second inning. But then she hit senior center fielder Sierra Lawrence with a pitch, and it all began to unravel.