Michigan took an early lead in the first set, rallied in the second and swept American, 3-0, on Thursday.

Michigan made quick work of American in its 3-0 victory in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

Claire Kieffer-Wright, after 13 kills Saturday, will lead Michigan into the postseason.

Michigan lost its regular-season finale to the top-ranked Cornhuskers but will host an NCAA Tournament regional this weekend.

Kieffer-Wright’s finishing performance during the set was met with roaring approval by the sold-out crowd in the arena.

Wednesday’s match was the Senior Night the whole team had hoped for — the No. 18 Michigan volleyball team avenged its loss to No. 14 Michigan State a couple of weeks ago in a three-set victory.

Mark Rosen's team stayed competitive but lost against two of the top-three teams in the country this weekend.

Michigan traveled west and lost hard-fought matches against No. 3 Wisconsin and No. 2 Minnesota.

Claire Kieffer-Wright delivered another performance as one of Michigan's most valuable players.

The Michigan volleyball team started its toughest stretch of the season on Saturday.

Claire Kieffer-Wright has become a cornerstone of the Michigan volleyball team.

Coming off of a strong recent stretch of performances, Kieffer-Wright adds an important and different definition to the Wolverines.

The Michigan volleyball team topped Indiana in straight sets Wednesday.

Though the Wolverines emerged victorious in all three sets, they did trail at some point in each one.

Senior middle blocker Abby Cole totaled 17 kills in Saturday’s win.

With two more wins this weekend, Michigan is now 12-2 at home on the season.

Claire Kieffer-Wright helped spark Michigan with five kills in the first set.

The Wolverines responded to their first two-game losing streak of the season the previous weekend to Purdue and Indiana.