Lacrosse

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.

Sophomore Brent Noseworthy scored four goals, including three in the fourth quarter, to seal Michigan's victory.

With sophomore Brent Noseworthy and senior Ian King leading the charge, Michigan earned a 15-10 win over the Titans and a 3-0 start to the season.

Senior attacker Ian King notched a hat trick during Michigan’s six-goal outburst run in the first quarter.

Michigan would net six consecutive goals to finish out the first quarter, and Lafayette would never lead again.

Senior attack Tess Korten became the fourth player in program history to reach 100 points Saturday.

The Wolverines let the ball drop against the Dukes, losing their home opener, 18-6.

Redshirt sophomore goalie Tommy Heidt anchored a strong defensive effort, making 11 saves.

Despite allowing an early goal and starting off slow offensively, the Michigan men’s lacrosse team dominated Lafayette, 17-6, on Saturday.

Sophomore attack Brent Noseworthy tallied six goals in the season opener against Cleveland State on Saturday night.

Saturday marked the first time in program history that the Wolverines have opened the season with a win, but in a game of many firsts, this was only one of several notable achievements.

Senior midfield Anna Schueler scored an unassisted goal to cut into Oregon's early 3-0 lead.

The Michigan women’s lacrosse team had a slow start and finish against Oregon, ultimately falling, 11-8.

Senior attacker Ian King is on the brink of breaking Kyle Jackson's record as the program's all-time leading scorer.

Being an offensive spark plug is nothing new for King, but if the Wolverines hope to be successful, they will need his leadership more than anything.

Freshman goaltender Matt Trowbridge is among the trio of Wolverines that will be competing for time in net.

The Wolverines, surrounded by question marks, began its sixth season Saturday with exhibitions against Marquette and Denison at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse.

Michigan fell behind at halftime, 9-3, and lost its 16th straight conference game, 16-6.