The Wolverines have too much experience, talent and endurance to keep on fumbling late-game situations.
In the past week, things have taken a turn for the worse for the twenty-fifth ranked Wolverines.
What may have been dubbed the “Miracle in Minnesota” wasn’t to be, as the Golden Gophers outscored the Wolverines 11-6 in overtime to pull out the 83-78 win.
In front of a record crowd, the Michigan women’s basketball team saw how far it has come, and also how far it has to go.
The energy from a record-setting crowd wasn’t enough for the Wolverines, as they ultimately couldn’t keep up with the Spartans’ potent offense, falling 86-68.
The past weekend provided insight into the progress the Wolverines have made this season. They’re better than they have been — but they still weren't good enough to record their first sweep of the season.
The Wolverines recorded 47 career bests and 10 new school records en route to winning their 16th Big Ten title with a total of 1,287 points.
Looking to bounce back from a recent blemish at No. 5 Ohio State, the No. 10 Michigan women’s tennis team (7-2) hosted Baylor (6-1) on Sunday. Despite the Wolverines’ recent loss, the atmosphere in the Varsity Tennis Center was spirited from the start of doubles play.
The final match was very close for redshirt sophomore Zac Hall, and was ultimately decided on riding time in favor of NC State, pushing the final score to 23-15 in favor of the Wolfpack.
After their 13-5 victory over Bellarmine (0-2), the Wolverines (4-0) remain undefeated for the first time in program history.