Charles Woodson does not have many peers in Michigan football history when it comes to the impact he made on games from 1995 to 1997. But as Peppers stars on defense, dabbles on offense, flips the field on special teams and vaults his name into Heisman consideration, the comparisons become harder and harder to ignore.
Michigan staved off two late match points to outlast the reeling Terrapins, 3-2.
Many members of the team stay in Ann Arbor through the spring and summer terms, which makes going home for an extended period of time a welcome reprieve.
Michigan did not play its best hockey against the Bulldogs, and without a big game from Jack LaFontaine, it likely would have lost.
Michigan was unable to complete the comeback, falling 13-15 to Wisconsin in the final set, just missing out on a major upset.
Welsh assisted her teammates to control the volume and momentum of the game — a performance that eventually garnered Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors.
The Wolverines escaped with an overtime victory against Iowa on Sunday.
With sophomore Catie DeLoof, sophomore Siobhán Haughey, freshman Vanessa Krause, and junior Gabby DeLoof in the pool—the No. 6 Michigan women’s swimming and diving team looked to best front-runners and former NCAA Championship contestants USC and No. 9 Louisville.
Michigan showed its knowledge of the course and placed fourth out of 37, with an elite field of over 260 athletes.
Pulling away from the field halfway through the race, Erin Finn cruised to victory with a time of 19:44.70 for the 6,000-meter race.