Women's Basketball

Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico will be in the NCAA Tournament for the sixth time in her coaching career.

The Wolverines were finally added to the NCAA Tournament field, and the suspense at their watch party was lifted.

The Michigan women's basketball team made the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2013 on Monday.

After missing out last season, Michigan got a bid to the 2018 NCAA Tournament on Monday.

Katelynn Flaherty's WNBA future remains relatively unknown.

Last year, Michigan was the only school in the country to have players selected in the NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL Drafts. But the WNBA is absent from that list. More than just missing the draft, not one former Wolverine plays in the league.

Kim Barnes Arico believes her team has done enough to make the tournament.

This time of year is nerve-wracking for college basketball programs across the nation. It’s the stretch marked with uncertainty and anxiousness just before the NCAA Tournament Selection Show.

Sophomore guard Akienreh Johnson has done well in an increased role recently.

It was February and Akienreh Johnson was ready to let her frustration out into the open.

Senior forward Jillian Dunston has made an impression in her time at Michigan as being one of the hardest workers in the Wolverines' weight room.

The Daily takes an inside look at how the self-proclaimed "hardest working team in America" prepares.

The Michigan women's basketball team will receive its fate on Selection Monday.

Ambiguity isn’t fun. Let’s get rid of it right away. The Michigan women’s basketball team deserves to be in.

Katelynn Flaherty shot just 30 percent from the field in her team’s loss to Nebraska.

With a little over three minutes remaining in the game and her team trailing, 51-49, senior guard Katelynn Flaherty dribbled the ball near the top of the key. A 3-pointer was what she needed.

Junior forward Hallie Thome scored a team-high 22 points in her team's win over Penn State.

The Michigan women's basketball team started slow against Penn State, but still dominated the Nittany Lions.

It would be nice to see the same attention paid to the women’s side by the guy who’s supposed to run the whole conference.