Emily Kiser returning to Michigan

Emily Kiser returning to Michigan

On Wednesday evening, forward Emily Kiser announced via Instagram that she will utilize her year of COVID-19 eligibility and return to the Michigan women’s basketball team for the 2022-23 season. Last season, Kiser found her spot in the starting lineup for the first time and was one of only two players to start every game…

Michigan’s power will be key to Illinois matchup

Michigan’s power will be key to Illinois matchup

The Michigan baseball team is very confusing.  Throughout this rollercoaster of a season it’s been very hard to predict which version of the Wolverines will show up on any given day. However, one thing has been constant: They love to go yard. Michigan stands at third in the Big Ten, only trailing the top two…

In Transformation Committee reforms, Bakich sees potential for growth of the game

In Transformation Committee reforms, Bakich sees potential for growth of the game

Late last month, the NCAA’s Transformation Committee revealed its first proposal to reshape the operation of college athletics.  The most significant element — the elimination of scholarship limits in partial scholarship sports, and the elimination of caps on paid coaches across the board — generated seismic reactions from nearly every sport in the NCAA. To…

Hannah Carson enters the transfer portal

Hannah Carson enters the transfer portal

As the Michigan softball team looks to reset and retool for the 2023 season after a disappointing fifth consecutive NCAA Regional exit, it will have to do so without another one of its key pieces.  Just hours after senior right-hander Alex Storako posted on Tuesday that she would not be exercising her extra year of…

Alex Storako to leave Michigan

Alex Storako to leave Michigan

After the Michigan softball team’s 2022 season reached its end at the Orlando Regional, its core group of seniors have begun to reveal their plans for the future. The first domino fell on Tuesday afternoon, when senior right-hander Alex Storako expressed the gratitude she has for her career as a Wolverine in an Instagram post saying…

The Daily’s baseball beat predicts the Big Ten Tournament

The Daily’s baseball beat predicts the Big Ten Tournament

After taking an upset series win from Rutgers last weekend, the Michigan baseball team went from the conference tournament bubble to the fifth seed. Traveling to Omaha, the Wolverines begin their tournament Wednesday night against No. 4 seed Illinois. The Daily’s baseball beat predicts the fate of Michigan and the outcome of the Big Ten…

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