Women's Basketball

The Michigan women's basketball team needs to find its flow before it's too late.

Michigan needs to find the flow it possessed at the beginning of the season.

Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico's team has lost three of its last four games.

Michigan continued its downward spiral as it fell to Michigan State on Sunday.

Freshman forward Hailey Brown left with a lower leg injury and did not return.

Freshman forward Hailey Brown went down with a lower left leg injury late in the fourth quarter of Michigan's loss Sunday.

As the regular season nears its end, the No. 21 Michigan women’s basketball team (9-4 Big Ten, 20-6 overall) gets set to take on Michigan State (4-8, 14-11) Sunday afternoon in East Lansing.

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Hallie Thome looked around and realized there were no other options. The shot clock was winding down, there was nobody near her and — with Northwestern having pulled within single digits to start the final quarter — the pressure was on.

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With 36 points on Thursday, senior guard Katelynn Flaherty led the team in scoring — again. That’s the way it always is.

Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico said her team almost looked like it was "afraid to lose" against Purdue.

Michigan has a chance against Northwestern to do what it couldn't do last season: right the ship.

Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico will look to help her team out of its offensive slump.

The Michigan women’s basketball team is now in a two-game slump after ending its six-game win streak last Thursday in a matchup against Purdue.

The Michigan women's basketball team found out last year that the end of the season can be the most important part. Now it’s in a similar situation.

After two consecutive losses, Michigan is in danger of missing the NCAA Tournament again if it can't turn things around.

Senior guard Katelynn Flaherty was held relatively in check by Rutgers.

Where has the Michigan women’s basketball team’s offense gone?