Men's Basketball

Michigan students had two options for enjoying the national championship game last Monday.

The point is that championship games only come around so often. When they do, you should really be a part of the former.

Fifth-year senior forward Duncan Robinson and Michigan struggled offensively throughout the tournament, and it caught up to them on Monday.

The Wolverines' lackluster tournament run finally caught up to them Monday.

Senior guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman played in his final game with Michigan on Monday.

Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman played his final game as a Wolverine on Monday, and now he faces an uncertain future.

Michigan lost 62-79 against Villanova in the National Championship at the Alamodome Monday night.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Jordan Poole sat with a towel over his head, eyes red with tears. Duncan Robinson stood next to him, his voice barely audible. Isaiah Livers was down a ways, isolated from the rest of his team. Charles Matthews and Zavier Simpson sat deep in their lockers.

The Michigan men's basketball team will play Villanova for the national championship Monday night.

A chance to experience a national championship in men’s basketball only comes around so often. I want to make sure you do this thing right.

Sophomore guard Zavier Simpson is looking forward to his matchup with Villanova's Jalen Brunson.

After a lackluster game Saturday, Zavier Simpson faces his biggest test in Jalen Brunson.

Michigan coach John Beilein knows a team needs some luck to get to the national championship game.

Michigan has had some good luck to get to the NCAA Championship game.

Fifth-year senior guard Jaaron Simmons says Michigan is comfortable "getting in the mud."

Michigan comes in to Monday's NCAA Championship game against Villanova as the underdog.

Redshirt sophomore Charles Matthews was one of two consistent, offensive options for Michigan on Friday.

Charles Matthews played Robin to Moritz Wagner's batman, helping spur Michigan to its win.

Junior forward Moritz Wagner was the third player to ever have 20 points and 15 rebounds in a national semifinal.

Moritz Wagner combined his old and new game to propel Michigan into the title game.