The Michigan men's golf team scuffled to a 10th-place finish at the Crooked Stick Invitational

Fifty-four holes in two days is far from an easy trip on the green, no matter how skilled the golfer, and first-year Michigan coach Zach Barlow knew that his team would need to dig deep in order to find success at the Crooked Stick tournament in Carmel, Ind. With weather against them and a tough field to go up against — No. 13 Georgia and No. 5 Vanderbilt to name a few — the Wolverines started the first day of play with a 306 through 18 holes.


The Wolverines finished 31-over-par, for a three-round team total of 883. Leading the way for Michigan was senior Brent Ito, whose 216 54-hole total landed him in a tie for 11th place out of 90. The performance marked Ito’s second straight top-12 finish to begin the season.

The Michigan men’s golf team struggled at the Windon Memorial Tournament on Monday and Tuesday.

There were many firsts this weekend for the Michigan men’s golf team. First tournament of the season. First tournament for a first-year head coach. With pre-match jitters and undeniable growing pains under the direction of Zach Barlow, the Wolverines looked to break out of a three-year rut and again become a competitive team. But there’s no denying the struggles Michigan faced in the Windon Memorial Tournament in Illinois on Monday and Tuesday. Ultimately finishing 13 out of 14 teams, the Wolverines recognize their potential and are working on ways of harnessing a “refuse to lose” mindset to be a competitive team this year.

The Michigan women’s golf team competed in the Bryan National Collegiate tournament this weekend.

On Friday, the Wolverines began the tournament by shooting 11 shots over par to score an overall score of 299, placing the team in ninth place out of 17 teams after round one. Freshman Sophia Trombetta led Michigan by posting a 73, tying for 16th on the individual leaderboard.

The Michigan men's golf team used a strong Sunday performance to propel itself to 12th place in the Tar Heel Intercollegiate.

The Michigan men’s golf team entered the final round of the Tar Heel Intercollegiate at the UNC Finley Golf Course looking to recover from a disappointing opening two rounds. The Wolverines were left trailing the rest of the field by the time players teed off Sunday morning in Chapel Hill.

The Michigan golf team finished 31 shots behind the winner at the Aggie Invitational.

The Wolverines finished 31 shots behind No. 1 Oklahoma State.

The Michigan men's golf team lost all four of its matches this weekend.

The Wolverines went 0-4 this weekend at the Big Ten Match Play Championship.

The Michigan men's golf team showed it could contend with the nation's best, but ultimately finished fifth at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate.

In their last match of the fall season, Michigan finished fifth out of 13 schools at the Royal Oaks course, a familiar location for experienced seniors Kyle Mueller and Ian Kim, as well as junior Nick Carlson, and it clearly showed in the tournament.

The Michigan men's golf team had mixed results at the Northern Intercollegiate, but ultimately finished fifth.

Behind strong performances from its seniors, the Michigan men’s golf team finished in fifth place at the Northern Intercollegiate at Sugar Grove, Ill. this past weekend.

The Michigan men’s golf team’s season came to a premature end during the NCAA Washington Regional last week, as the Wolverines shot 886 (292-298-296) to finish in 10th place, missing the top-five finish needed to advance to Nationals.