Men's Basketball

Fifth-year senior forward Duncan Robinson stepped up for Michigan when it needed a leader.

NEW YORK CITY, NY. — Before the Michigan men’s basketball team tipped off its Big Ten Tournament game against Iowa, it donned white, long-sleeve warm-up shirts with a simple message emblazoned on the front: Do More. Say Less.

The Michigan men's basketball team gutted out a victory Thursday despite getting in foul trouble and blowing a lead.

Despite everything that went wrong for Michigan on Thursday, it still gutted out a victory.

Sophomore center Jon Teske led Michigan with nine rebounds Thursday.

Jon Teske didn't blow people away with his athleticism Thursday, but he did just enough to help Michigan beat Iowa.

Michigan coach John Beilein likes that his team isn't in the national spotlight.

The Wolverines are entering the Big Ten Tournament under different circumstances than last year.

Michigan beat Maryland 85-61 Saturday.

COLLEGE PARK — Saturday began in celebration. The Maryland basketball team honored its seniors before their regular season finale, as a sold-out, white-clad Terrapin crowd roared in anticipation of competitive basketball in regular season finale.

Sophomore forward James Sanchez scored two goals in Michigan's 5-3 win on Thursday.

Despite penalty struggles, Michigan got past Arizona State.

Michigan coach John Beilein isn't worried about seeding in the Big Ten Tournament ahead of his team's game against Maryland.

As Michigan heads into its matchup with Maryland, the Wolverines are taking things one game at a time.

Redshirt sophomore forward Charles Matthews has struggled as of late, including a scoreless showing Wednesday at Penn State.

Matthews scored 0 points for the first time this season Thursday.

Moritz Wagner finished with 18 points, hitting several crucial 3s.

STATE COLLEGE — Early in the second half, the “Wagner” chants returned.

It was reminiscent of Michigan’s January trip to Nebraska. The Wolverines lost by 20 in Lincoln, and Wagner — opposing crowds’ favorite guy to heckle — struggled mightily.

Michigan coach John Beilein recognizes the challenge ahead as his team will take on a Penn State team eager to earn a NCAA bid.

This year is different, and everyone in State College knows it.