The Michigan lacrosse team is looking to build on its win over Ohio State at the end of last season this year.

After a season riddled with injuries, faceoff struggles and deflating, tightly-contested losses, many teams would simply throw in the towel toward the end of the season, deeming their final games meaningless.

Senior midfielder Chandler Kirby scored four goals in Michigan's 9-8 exhibition win over Notre Dame.

While the score was even for most of the contest, eventually the Wolverines pulled ahead and won with their ninth goal during the second half, defeating the Fighting Irish, 9-8. Senior midfielder and team captain Chandler Kirby was the leading scorer of the match with 4 goals.

Sophomore attackman Bryce Clay scored a goal in 10 out of 12 games as a freshman in 2019, aiding Michigan's talented attack line in his first season.

Some college sports teams are toxic and self-destructive, overemphasizing individual success and accolades.
But some are imbued with camaraderie, support and an overwhelming sense of pride. These teams value synergy and build one another up.
Michigan men’s lacrosse is among the latter.

The Michigan women's lacrosse team lost to Denver, 9-5, on Sunday.

After the final buzzer, the Denver bench sprinted onto the field, racing to mob each other, running and jumping and laughing. On the other end, the Michigan players walked slowly, taking their good sweet time to form a huddle of their own.

Michigan women's lacrosse coach Hannah Nielsen led the Wolverines to their first ever NCAA Tournament.

Adriana Pendino could do nothing but let her emotions take control.

Junior midfielder Molly Garrett had a hat trick in Michigan's first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance and win.

Molly Garrett won the draw and surged headlong into the teeth of the Jacksonville defense.

Senior goalkeeper Gunner Garn turned in his best start of the season in win against Ohio State.

Playing on senior night in front of the first sell-out crowd in University of Michigan Lacrosse Stadium history, the Michigan men’s lacrosse team fed on every ounce of additional motivation en route to a 13-10 victory over the 10th-ranked Buckeyes.

Senior midfielder Decker Curran brought Michigan within a goal late in the game, but it wasn't enough to beat Rutgers.

Despite the efforts of senior midfielders Curran and Brent Noseworthy, who together contributed five of the Wolverines’ nine goals, Michigan (3-9 overall, 0-4 Big Ten) fell to Rutgers (7-6, 2-2) on Saturday in an intense, back-and-forth chess match for contention in the Big Ten Tournament.

The Michigan women's lacrosse team is in the midst of its best season in the six-year history of the program.

In one season, the team that was once a cautionary tale on the difficulties of starting up a high-major lacrosse program from scratch has become a success story.

Junior midfielder Avery Myers picked up a goal in Michigan's 17-7 loss to Penn State on Saturday afternoon.

A matchup against the nation’s No. 1 team in Penn State (3-0 Big Ten, 10-1 overall), proved to be too much for the Wolverines (0-3, 3-8), as they dropped their seventh game in a row in a 17-7 defeat.