A dominant defensive performance helped produce the Wolverines’ best start to a season in program history at 4-2.
The Wolverines stormed back in the second half to earn a 10-7 victory over Delaware in front of more than 4,000 fans.
In a gritty battle with Canisius, the Wolverines came out on top, 13-11, giving Michigan its third victory of the season.
The Wolverines recovered Sunday from a Friday loss to Oregon at Oosterbaan Field House.
Angerman scored her 100th point as a Wolverine on Friday against Oregon, making her the first player in the program’s short history to score 100 points.
“We kind of just ran out of time,” said Michigan coach John Paul.
Jackson, who started at midfield for three seasons, has already found success in his new role as an attackman.
Monumental wins rarely come early in the season, but for the Michigan men’s lacrosse team, a victory on Sunday gave the team a win over the highest-ranked opponent in program history.
Michigan squandered a late three-goal lead in a 12-11 loss at No. 7 Florida on Saturday.
Shane projected confidently, calling out the ball location and instructing the defense on positioning as if she’d been on the team since the start.