Field Hockey


When then-junior forward Emma Way tipped a pass between the legs of Northwestern goalkeeper Annie Kalfa on Nov. 12 — completing a hat trick — it all but sealed the Wolverines’ 18th win in a row.

Michigan commit Kathryn Peterson looks to immediately contribute to a successful Michigan field hockey team

Michigan commit Kathryn Peterson is looking to make an immediate impact in her first year with the Wolverines.

Senior goalkeeper Sam Swenson and the Wolverines gave up five goals, and it sunk them in the semifinal.

The Terrapins continued their impressive run by handing the Wolverines a 5-1 loss — their worst of the season — and ended their streaks of 18 consecutive victories and six straight shutouts.

Senior Katie Trombetta and Michigan's defense had an uncharacteristic performance, conceding five goals in their season-ending loss to Maryland.

In Friday’s NCAA Tournament semifinal match against Maryland, the Terrapins flipped the defensive script and played like an elite squad.

Senior Katie Trombetta — the Big Ten Player of the Year —will play a crucial role in Michigan's pursuit of a national championship.

The Daily breaks down potential matchups for the Wolverines as they travel to Louisville for the Final Four.

Senior goalkeeper Sam Swenson boasts the best save percentage in the nation this year.

As the active NCAA leader in career save percentage — both this year and for her career— the senior goalkeeper has bailed out the Wolverines time and time again. Swenson stands on top of one mountain of success. But she’s looking at a higher one: an NCAA Championship.

Junior forward Emma Way scored three goals to lead Michigan past Northwestern on Sunday.

Thanks to three goals from junior forward Emma Way, the Wolverines are headed to Louisville with a chance at a national championship.

Sophomore forward Meg Dowthwaite scored the game-winning goal just over a minute into overtime.

It felt like forever before the ball finally found the back of the cage. Then came bedlam. The Wolverines rushed the field and the crowd erupted into a roar.

The Michigan field hockey team looks positioned to advance out of its NCAA Tournament bracket.

The Wolverines earned the third overall seed and will host Syracuse on Saturday. The Daily broke down Michigan’s side of the bracket.

Senior Katie Trombetta said that, all along, she felt there was something magical about her team.

One hat, one t-shirt and one trophy would have been enough. But Michigan experienced the thrill of winning a championship twice.