For the past few years, the Michigan men’s soccer team has been plagued by inconsistency.
Consider the 2013 campaign, when the Wolverines tied teams like Bowling Green and Oakland, yet defeated No. 12 Creighton.
The Wolverines managed just three shots in a loss at Notre Dame.
Michigan left with a 0-0 tie despite playing with a one-man advantage for the final 35 minutes of play.
With three goals from three different players, Michigan showed off its depth.
After dropping the back end of the Husky Nike Invitational in Seattle this past weekend, the Michigan women’s soccer team is looking to revive its winning ways.
The Wolverines completed a weekend sweep with Sunday's 2-1 victory.
The Wolverines lost at Washington Sunday when the Huskies scored in the 89th minute.
The Wolverines found success on the wings as Niagara failed to stop Michigan from moving the ball down the flanks the entire match.
The freshman midfielder stole the spotlight with a hat trick in a 3-1 victory over West Virginia. It was the second-ever hat trick by a Wolverine freshman and a performance that likely cements Atuahene’s place as a cornerstone of the 2015 team.
Atahuene scored a hat trick in his first career home game as Michigan beat West Virginia, 3-1.