Women's Basketball

It’s 7:30 on Thanksgiving morning. Michigan women’s basketball coach Kim Barnes Arico is at Bruegger’s Bagels and runs into two first grade teachers. They think she’s there to pick up bagels for a nice Thanksgiving breakfast. But Barnes Arico is headed to practice.

The pair of sophomore guard Katelynn Flaherty and freshman center Hallie Thome was too much to handle Friday night, pushing the Michigan women’s basketball team to its fifth win of the season.

Boogie Brozoski scored 16 points Monday night.

Ten days ago against Detroit, Flaherty had her weakest performance of the season with a scoreless second half and four total fouls.

Michigan wore orange shirts to raise awareness for Chad Carr's family's foundation and pediatric brain cancer.

The coaching staff also geared up in orange in honor of the #ChadTough Pray for a Miracle fundraising event that distributed orange wristbands to raise awareness and support for the cause.

Katelynn Flaherty shook off a 0-for-4 start to finish with a career-high 34 points.

The Wolverines ended the first half with 65 points, their most since 1980.

Kim Barnes Arico needs to figure out how she can extend early momentum further into the season.

Jillian Dunston made the most of her first start.

Toward the beginning of the week, Jillian Dunston had a feeling that she would be in the Michigan women’s basketball team’s starting lineup Thursday night.

Madison Ristovski helped lead Michigan from 3-point range.

Madison Ristovski jumped in front of a driving Xavier guard, put her hands up, set her feet and took the charge. The Michigan bench was ignited, rising to its feet before the referee could even corral the basketball.

Kim Barnes Arico can switch between several different defenses with this year's team.

After an exhausting two games in two days, the Wolverines had the chance to regroup, watch film and prepare ahead of their most difficult test yet.

Katelynn Flaherty didn't play her best game Sunday, but her teammates made sure it didn't matter.

At the end of the first half of Sunday’s game against Detroit, the Michigan women’s basketball team turned around its initially lackluster offense to go up 49-27 by halftime.