Volleyball

Carly Warner and Michigan return to the NCAA Tournament after missing out last season.

Michigan returns to the NCAA Tournament after missing the event last season. If it beats Santa Clara on Friday, it will play the winner of UCLA and Lipscomb on Saturday.

Caroline Knop earned the praise of Michigan coach Mark Rosen.

Rosen and the Wolverines see making the NCAA Tournament as only the foundation. Rosen seeks to make it a continued goal not only to make the postseason, but to advance far into the tournament.

Jenna Lerg's team-high 27 digs helped Michigan to a big win over Illinois.

The Michigan volleyball team made a comeback Friday night at Cliff Keen Arena against No. 18 Illinois.

Tiffany Morales was one of five seniors who made a profound impact on Saturday's match, if not through game action.

Friday, none of the Michigan volleyball team’s five seniors lit up the score sheet in Michigan’s 3-1 victory over No. 18 Illinois on Senior Night. But in the eyes of Michigan coach Mark Rosen, their impact on the match could not have been more clear.

Abby Cole's 15 kills and five blocks weren't enough in Michigan's loss to Indiana.

In September, Michigan beat Indiana, 3-1, making it seem like the Wolverines could handle whatever the Hoosiers threw at them. With hopes of making the NCAA Tournament still alive, Michigan needed a big performance in Bloomington but got anything but.

Abby Cole shared her personal story relating to Saturday's Block Out Bullying game.

Fans were invited to watch the Wolverines take on the Cornhuskers in support of bullying prevention at the annual Block Out Bullying game, an event started at the University four years ago.

Caroline Knop led Michigan with 20 kills against Nebraska.

The loss snapped a two-game winning streak, leaving the Wolverines with just two games left to prove that they are worthy of an NCAA Tournament bid.

Carly Warner led Michigan with 19 digs in a big upset victory over Penn State.

After struggling in the first set, the Wolverines came back stronger and managed to pull off the upset with a 3-1 win.

Abby Cole finished with 14 kills in the win over Ohio State.

After losing a heartbreaker to Ohio State on Oct. 24, revenge was the only motivation the Wolverines needed to get back on track.

Caroline Knop led Michigan in kills for the fifth straight match, but the Wolverines lost their fourth in a row.

While Michigan hoped to get itself back on track in the Big Ten, No. 11 Wisconsin had other plans.

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