School of Kinesiology freshman Luke Warhurst enters his last lap at the Midwest Race of Champions. The muscles in his neck and shoulders ache. Driving above 100 miles an hour can become draining on the body, but Warhurst conditions for these moments every day. He’s not slowing down.
As the Michigan football team prepares to play the University’s first varsity sporting event in over seven months against Minnesota on Saturday, multiple other University teams have had practices affected by COVID-19 outbreaks, sources tell The Daily.
Like many Michigan club sports, the student-led lacrosse team faced a litany of uncertainties coming into the new year. With safety precautions impacting everything from practices to scheduling and recruiting to team bonding, the lacrosse team was forced to adapt in order to enter its ninth season in the National Collegiate Lacrosse League.
The Division I Council approved Wednesday moving fall sport championships to spring 2021, moving it to the Board of Directors for approval. For Michigan, this impacts men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball.