Saturday, McCray will be leading Michigan down the tunnel and onto the field for the final Ohio State game of his career. He has never beaten the Buckeyes. None of the Wolverines have.
On Thursday – just nine points from the record – Flaherty came out and nailed her first three 3-pointers of the night.
In a year with a revolving door under center, Peters took over as the Wolverines’ last hope. They didn’t lose the season until they lost him.
The Daily breaks down the good, bad and the ugly from the 24-10 loss to the Badgers.
But while the loss may be a crushing end for Stevens and his classmates, they have elevated the program to a new level of success that was not fathomable this time last year.
The Terrapins continued their impressive run by handing the Wolverines a 5-1 loss — their worst of the season — and ended their streaks of 18 consecutive victories and six straight shutouts.
Ending a nearly eight-year drought against Purdue, the Wolverines (9-9 Big Ten, 19-11 overall) upset the 15th-ranked Boilermakers (11-7, 21-8) in the last home match of the season.
In the 31-team competition, fifth-year seniors and All-Americans Jamie Morrissey and Gina Sereno anchored the Wolverines, both finishing in the top-30 individually in the tight six-kilometer race.
The Wolverines conceded their first five matches of the day, which put them in an early 18-0 hole in the team score.
In brutal fashion, No. 24 Michigan learned a difficult lesson it has learned many times before: winning on the road is hard. It’s even more difficult when your starting quarterback returns to the locker room in a wheelchair.