Seniors Runaho Hua and Alex Knight ended their final seasons with the Wolverines in the NCAA Tournament.
Falling to UCLA 4-2 in the Sweet Sixteen, the Michigan men's tennis team capped off a stellar year and hopes to make its level of success the norm for the program.
Michigan won against Wisconsin through the efforts of Mattias Siimar to push them to the semifinals where it fell to No. 2 seed Illinois.
Michigan overcame a tough test from Wisconsin in its 4-3 win.
Kate Fahey and her teammates achieved success at the Michigan Invitational with some comebacks.
The doubles point was one of four Ohio State would record en route to winning the matchup, 4-1. The loss snapped Michigan's 21-game win streak at home, which dates back to the 2014-15 season.
The Wolverines got off to quick start and rode their momentum to a decisive 4-0 shutout victory over the Razorbacks on Sunday, after falling to Oklahoma on Saturday.
Fire seems to be a fitting way to describe Fahey’s performance this weekend, as she brought the heat in the Michigan Invitational.
Throughout the weekend, the Wolverines won a majority of both their singles and doubles matches, taking 13 out of 17 and 6 out of 8, respectively.
Though the Wolverines didn’t qualify for the National Indoor Championships at this tournament, they leave Pacific Palisades, Calif., in a good position to approach the rest of the season.