Soccer

Senior centerback Daniel Mukuna has paired with sophomore Jackson Ragen to back Michigan's defense so far this season.

Michigan was knocked from atop the Big Ten standings Sunday afternoon when No. 2 Indiana (10-2 overall, 4-0 Big Ten) came to town. The 2017 national runner-up defeated the fourteenth-ranked Wolverines (8-2-1, 3-1-1) 1-0, behind a clinical offensive display and a resolute and organized defensive performance.

Sophomore defender Jackson Ragen backed Michigan's defense Sunday night.

In a matchup of the Big Ten’s top two teams, the No. 14 Michigan men’s soccer team fell to No. 2 Indiana in a defensive battle that ended with a final score of 1-0.

Senior winger Reilly Martin recorded three shots on goal against Penn State.

The Wolverines (7-7, 3-4) fell back to .500 after a loss to Penn State.

Sophomore midfielder Nicki Hernandez scored a goal in Michigan's win over Ohio State on Friday.

The stage was set for a Friday night showdown between the Michigan women’s soccer team (6-6 overall, 2-3 Big Ten) and Ohio State (6-4-1, 3-1-1). The Wolverines snapped their two-game losing streak with a 1-0 victory.

Michigan coach Chaka Daley was happy his team "dominated possession and dominated the quality chances," in Michigan's win on Wednesday.

Once the Wolverines were able to gain a foothold on sloppy field conditions, they dominated Oakland.

Sophomore midfielder Alia Martin scored Michigan's lone goal in its loss to Northwestern.

The Wolverines were overwhelmed by the Wildcats' four-goal attack.

Junior attacker Jack Hallahan scored Michigan's final goal in its 3-1 win over Ohio State on Tuesday.

If the Wolverines (2-0-1 Big Ten, 6-1-1 overall) sat comfortably before, now with a three-goal advantage, they switched into cruise control against Ohio State (0-2-1,1-6-2). So much so that the Buckeyes were able to pull one back in the dying embers of the game, making the final scoreline 3-1 in Michigan’s favor.

Sophomore goalkeeper Hillary Beall didn't record a save until the second overtime against Minnesota, but gave up a goal in that same session.

Michigan fell to Minnesota, 1-0, for the Wolverines' second double-overtime loss in four games.

Sophomore midfielder Sarah Stratigakis nearly got the game-winning assist in Sunday's game, but the shot didn't find the back of the net.

Michigan couldn't capitalize on its opportunities and it ultimately cost the Wolverines in overtime.

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Michigan gave up a goal just over two minutes into its game against Penn State and could only draw even from there.