Presented by The Michigan Daily's sports section, a rotating cast of writers discusses Michigan sports.

The Daily recaps the weekend that was in Michigan sports, including a chat with Anna Marcus, the Daily writer who broke the Ronda Faehn hiring, and Laney Byler. Then, Theo Mackie and Jacob Shames join to talk about Jon Teske maybe being a monstar.

The Michigan athletics department fired Rhona Faehn just days after she joined the staff.

The University of Michigan Athletics Department announced Sunday night it was ending its “consulting relationship” between Rhonda Faehn and the Michigan women’s gymnastics team.

Michigan's season-opening performance surpassed coach James Henry's expectations.

The Wolverines broke many records over the next four hours, including back-to-back throws in the women’s weight throw event. Senior Bailey Baker broke the school’s previous record with a throw of 19.28 meters, which was upped by .25 on the next throw by senior Kayla Deering. Junior Andrew Liskowitz also broke the school record for men’s shot put. Other personal records were broken in the men’s weight throw, both the women’s and the men’s 60-meter hurdles, and the women’s 3000-meter events. This performance even surpassed Michigan coach James Henry's expectations.

The Michigan rowing team is now preparing for the spring season.

Winter training has begun for the Wolverines, as they reflect on a successful fall and look forward to the upcoming spring

Freshman outside hitter Paige Jones tied for the most attempted kills against Maryland on Wednesday night with 37.

An early lead was procured by Maryland (16-11 overall, 7-8 Big Ten) over Michigan (19-7, 8-7 ) for a score of 25-20 at the end of the set. The Terrapins maintained this momentum throughout the game, sweeping the Wolverines, 3-0.

Michigan softball coach Carol Hutchins has an option to become Special Assistant to the Athletic Director if she retires.

The Daily requested contracts for every coach employed by the university, via the Freedom of Information Act. Here’s what we received back.


In the wake of the International Champions Cup showdown between Manchester United and Liverpool, the casual American sports fan may be at a loss as to what to look for. As familiar as the venue might be —Michigan Stadium — the unfolding events may not be as welcoming.


Manchester United and Liverpool, the two most successful English football clubs, are set to play each other this Saturday at Michigan Stadium. With a combined 38 league titles and eight Champions League crowns between them, the significance of the derby can’t be understated.


The Daily goes over five days in the previous week that shaped a promising future for Michigan Athletics.

Former Michigan track and field athlete Michael Woods found a career as a professional cyclist

After an injury ended his running career at Michigan, Michael Woods now finds work as a professional cyclist.