Soccer

Michigan's senior forwards went out with a win on Saturday.

Michigan senior forwards Colin McAtee, William Mellors-Blair, James Murphy and TJ VanSlooten were accompanied by their families on Senior Night.

Nicky Waldeck scored the game's only goal against Northwestern.

Michigan was able to break through in the second half and move on with a 1-0 victory.

James Murphy, pictured here in a game Sept. 6, scored the game-winning goal in his second game since returning from injury.

Senior forward James Murphy returned to the pitch for just the second time since Sept. 11 and led his team to victory.

Taylor Timko is tied for the team lead with seven goals.

Since that loss in Ann Arbor on Oct. 8, Northwestern has won four out of its last five games.

Cassie Collins scored Michigan's only goal Wednesday.

Cassie Collins scored Michigan's only goal Wednesday.

James Murphy returned from injury Wednesday against Western Michigan.

“It’s been really tough, obviously, my senior year, and to sit out most of the season,” Murphy said. “It’s great to get back in it and just do whatever I can do to help this team out and help to finish the season strong.”

Rylee Woods and the Michigan defense held off Western Michigan.

Needing a response after being reduced to 10 men, the Wolverines held strong and stuck together.

Nicky Waldeck scored the only goal in Michigan's win.

Finally, in sudden-death overtime, the Wolverines broke through for a 1-0 victory.

Christina Murillo led Michigan's defense against Purdue.

In a physical battle, the Wolverines came away with a win on Senior Night thanks to an excellent defensive effort.

Evan Louro limited the Indiana attack, but it wasn't enough.

The Wolverines were left to rue their missed chances in Bloomington, falling to the Hoosiers, 1-0.