Lacrosse

Mira Shane in a game against Oregon on February 19, 2016.

Just five days removed from its first big ten win in program history, Michigan looked flat-footed and disoriented from the first whistle.

Senior attacker Kim Coughlan is the only other Wolverine who has scored 100 goals in her career.

The game could not have started off any better for Michigan (2-7), which won the opening draw and proceeded to launch a six-minute assault on the visiting Titans.

Senior attacker Jess Angerman earned her 100th goal in a career-high night with seven points total.

The score gave Angerman 100 goals for her career, a milestone that had been reached by only one other player in the program’s four-year history.

Senior Madeline Dion in game against Notre Dame in Michigan Stadium on February 18.

To say the Michigan women’s lacrosse team had an eventful game against High Point on Friday would be a colossal understatement.

Redshirt sophomore guard Tommy Heidt plays against the University of Pennsylvania in Michigan Stadium on Saturday.

The teams took the field late, and the Wolverines were tested for an intense final 35 seconds.

Michigan rushes the field after winning 13-12 against University of Pennsylvania in the Michigan Stadium.

Michigan got its first-ever win over a ranked team, ousting Penn, 13-12, at Michigan Stadium.

Sophomore goalkeeper Tommy Heidt plays in a game against Maruette at Oosterbaan Field House on January 21.

The Wolverines got their record-setting sixth victory Saturday at Furman, aided by sophomore midfielder PJ Bogle’s first career hat trick in a 7-5 triumph.

Senior attacker Tess Korten served as a playmaker for the Wolverines and drew double teams for her prowess.

Despite the play of its seniors, Michigan (0-4) ultimately fell to Notre Dame (4-1), 12-5, in Michigan Stadium.

Michigan coach Jennifer Ulehla recognizes that her team has work to do in order to develop a winning culture.

The Wolverines had brief stints where both the offense and defense were clicking, but they could not string together 60 minutes of consistent play.

Sophomore Decker Curran scored two goals to put the Wolverines on the path toward a 6-2 halftime lead.

After their 13-5 victory over Bellarmine (0-2), the Wolverines (4-0) remain undefeated for the first time in program history.