Volleyball

Michigan coach Mark Rosen is bringing in a freshman class with potential to contribute immediately.

Out with the old, in with the new.

This fall, the Michigan volleyball team will welcome a highly-touted group of freshmen to Ann Arbor. The class is comprised of outside hitters Jess Robinson and May Pertofsky, setter Madison Dowd and libero Amber Beals.

Rising senior outside hitter Sydney Wetterstrom will replace Carly Skjodt in the starting lineup.

In the cyclical nature of college volleyball, good players come and go. Coaches recruit their next batch of talent, rosters adjust and teams move on.

Fifth-year senior outside hitter Carly Skjodt will take her talents to Pepperdine next year, taking advantage of her final year of eligibility.

After a record-setting tenure at Michigan, Carly Skjodt is heading to the West Coast.

The two-time All-American will take a fifth year with the Pepperdine beach volleyball team as a graduate transfer.

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After spending 15 months as a volunteer assistant, Jerome Fraisse has been named the Michigan volleyball team’s third full-time assistant coach since 2015.

Senior libero Jenna Lerg secured the Wolverines' only set victory with an ace.

Michigan fought back against Texas but ultimately fell short in the Sweet Sixteen matchup

Senior libero Jenna Lerg is second on Michigan's all-time list for digs with 1,927.

As the Michigan volleyball team’s bench rushed onto the court to join the dogpile, head coach Mark Rosen jolted out of his seat. His wife, associate head coach Leisa Rosen, threw her right fist into the air.

Junior outside hitter Carly Skjodt tallied 20 kills and five blocks on Saturday.

Carly Skjodt saw her storied career flash before her eyes on Saturday night.

Michigan coach Mark Rosen is preparing the Wolverines to play against Navy in the NCAA Tournament on Friday.

With Thanksgiving now in the rearview mirror, the end of November means one thing for Division I women’s volleyball: the Big Dance is upon us.

Senior outside hitter Carly Skjodt is one of three seniors leaving Michigan's program after this season.

As the regular season came to a close, Michigan women’s volleyball (22-9 overall, 11-9 Big Ten) managed to provide a bittersweet send-off for their senior players with a win over Michigan State (17-16, 5-15) at Crisler Center on Saturday night.

Freshman outside hitter Paige Jones had a three-point streak in the second set of Wednesday's game.

Just over a month after Michigan’s volleyball team (21-9 overall, 10-9 Big Ten) swept Northwestern (15-16, 5-14) in its last matchup on Oct. 20, the Wolverines repeated history with another 3-0 win that can best be summed up by senior outside hitter Carly Skjodt’s ace service to get Michigan to the game point of the first set.