Just five days removed from its first big ten win in program history, Michigan looked flat-footed and disoriented from the first whistle.
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.
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.
To say the Michigan women’s lacrosse team had an eventful game against High Point on Friday would be a colossal understatement.
The teams took the field late, and the Wolverines were tested for an intense final 35 seconds.
Michigan got its first-ever win over a ranked team, ousting Penn, 13-12, at Michigan Stadium.
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.
Despite the play of its seniors, Michigan (0-4) ultimately fell to Notre Dame (4-1), 12-5, in Michigan Stadium.
The Wolverines had brief stints where both the offense and defense were clicking, but they could not string together 60 minutes of consistent play.
After their 13-5 victory over Bellarmine (0-2), the Wolverines (4-0) remain undefeated for the first time in program history.