Carly Skjodt has filled in ably for injured outside hitter Caroline Knop.

Freshman Carly Skjodt and senior Lindsey Lerg stepped up big when the Michigan volleyball team needed them most.

Abby Cole led Michigan with 15 kills Wednesday.

The Wolverines handed Rutgers its ninth straight loss.

Carly Skjodt totaled a team-high 13 kills Wednesday.

Skjodt finished the match against the Scarlet Knights with 13 kills along with 11 digs and five blocks with no errors. Cole netted 15 kills on 33 attempts.

Abby Cole had nine kills for Michigan on Saturday.

The Cornhuskers were a class above the Wolverines, as they dispatched the visitors, 3-1.

Michigan came back from behind to defeat Iowa.

After rallying for a tough 3-2 win over Michigan State last Wednesday, the Michigan volleyball team traveled to Iowa City hoping to dominate from the start rather than play from behind.

Carly Skjodt had five kills in the third set, helping turn the tide of the match.

Despite losing five consecutive sets to the Spartans, Michigan coach Mark Rosen knew his team had the aggressiveness inside of it.

Adeja Lambert (right) totaled a season-high 16 kills on Saturday.

With state pride on the line, the sold-out crowd at Cliff Keen Arena witnessed a thriller Saturday night.

Michigan State proved adept at controlling play around the net and began to flex its muscles in the second set.

Adeja Lambert finished with 21 kills, including a team-high 14 on Friday.

Friday, the Wolverines fell to No. 20 Purdue, 3-0, and they were outblocked, 9-2. On Saturday, however, Michigan rebounded to defeat Indiana, 3-1.

Michigan rebounded after a loss on Friday for a win Saturday.

Though the Michigan volleyball team took on two teams from the state of Indiana this weekend, the similarities between the matches stopped there.