On Senior Day, it was sophomore forward Moritz Wagner who took center stage, leading the way for the Wolverines on both ends of the court in their upset win over the conference-leading Boilermakers.
COLUMBUS — For 50 minutes and 21 seconds, the Michigan hockey team maintained a one-goal lead over No. 11 Ohio State.
The Wolverines surrendered two last-minute goals, and their loss to the Buckeyes became just another part of their worst season in three decades.
After defeating Nebraska 84-51 back on Jan. 22, the No. 25 Michigan women’s basketball team almost tied that margin in another win over the Cornhuskers on Thursday night.
The Wolverines will return to Ann Arbor to take on the conference-leading Boilermakers, who are in the midst of a six-game win streak, in their final home game of the season.
The Michigan hockey team (2-10-2 Big Ten, 9-16-3 overall) will face No. 12 Ohio State this weekend in its second-to-last series of the regular season.
Coming off a split debut against Seton Hall last weekend, the Michigan baseball team (2-2) will continue its preseason with eight straight matchups in California.
It wasn’t a dominating performance for Michigan — not even close. But the Wolverines prevailed, winning 68-64 in Piscataway despite the high-pressure situation.
Thursday night's game will be the final home contest for both Siera Thompson and Danielle Williams.
The Wolverines have a chance to bounce back from last weekend’s loss on Wednesday night, when Michigan will travel to Piscataway for a matchup against Rutgers in what will be the first of a three-game, 10-day stretch.