Women's Basketball

Kelsey Mitchell played in her last regular-season home game Saturday.

The 2016 senior class was the first class Kim Barnes Arico coached at Michigan after beginning her tenure at Michigan four years ago.

Madison Ristovski's late basket clinched a win in her last regular-season home game.

Michigan and Penn State played even for most of the game, but the Wolverines pulled out a win.

Senior forward Kelsey Mitchell has taken on a larger role in her senior season.

The Michigan women’s basketball team has three games left to solidify a spot in the Big Ten’s top 10, and it starts Saturday when they host Penn State.

Madison Ristovski scored 15 points to keep Michigan close, but the Wolverines eventually fell short.

Michigan allowed a few scoring droughts to get the best of it, and Maryland came out unscathed with a 76-56 win in College Park.

Kim Barnes Arico's team has one last chance to earn a signature win Wednesday at Maryland.

Maryland has lost to just two teams this season — No. 5 Ohio State (twice) and No. 1 Connecticut.

Siera Thompson has used her defense to lead the Wolverines to a run of success.

The junior guard on the Michigan women’s basketball team has shut down opponents’ best players all season, and lately, she has begun to show how important that truly is.

Madison Ristovski snapped a late scoring drought to help secure Michigan’s win.

The Boilermakers brought the game within four points in the final three minutes, but Michigan’s offense kicked back into gear to stay ahead down the stretch.

The Badgers played Michigan on Thursday night, and during the game, the Daily reflected on how well Wisconsin played in comparison to Kelsey’s hopes at the beginning of the season.

Hallie Thome scored 18 points on 7-for-11 shooting against Wisconsin on Thursday.

The Wolverines rallied in the second half, outscoring the Badgers by 18 in the final 20 minutes, to win their second consecutive game, 82-65.

Junior guard Siera Thompson is leading the Wolverines with 116 assists this season.

Michigan will be looking to continue its successful ball distribution in a well-balanced attack against Wisconsin.