Women's Basketball

The Michigan women's basketball team has won three of its last four games.

With Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday came with the added benefit of no class, so the Wolverines truly had a day off. Having played five games in the last two weeks, they need all the rest they can get ahead of a grueling Big Ten stretch.

Chuck Raab has been a Michigan women's basketball superfan since around 2003.

To call Chuck Raab a Michigan fan would be an understatement. He is the most diehard of the diehards, a guy who bleeds so blue a smurf would be impressed.

Kim Barnes Arico instructs her team in a game earlier this season.

Katelynn Flaherty found her groove in the second half, leading the Wolverines in scoring with 23 points for the game,

Every coach in the Big Ten will say any team is capable of beating any other on a given night. Because of this, not one game in the conference is a given.

Hallie Thome scored 15 points on 7-for-11 shooting but found herself in foul trouble again Thursday.

Jones’ physicality — as well as the rest of the Maryland squad — was too big of a challenge for Michigan, which was outrebounded, 43-38.

Katelynn Flaherty turned in another strong performance, but her 23 points weren't enough.

The Wolverines haven’t beat a top 10 opponent since Jan., 2012, but Thursday they gave Maryland one its toughest games yet.

Hallie Thome will be tasked with another tough post matchup when Malina Howard and Maryland visit Crisler Center on Thursday.

Michigan rides a thrilling two-game win streak that includes a 17-point comeback and a road victory.

Kim Barnes Arico has her team back on track, recovering from three straight last-second losses.

Michigan regained its confidence leading up to its big break against Iowa, and it continued that success with a win against Minnesota four days later, evening out its Big Ten record at 2-2.

Senior forward Kelsey Mitchell has scored double digit points in the Wolverines' recent victories over Iowa and Minnesota.

Scouting reports will say to watch her signature slick spin move toward the baseline, but most people outside Mitchell’s team, friends and family would know that she has a knack for cracking jokes.

The Michigan women's basketball team won its second consecutive game on Sunday.

Sophomore guard Katelynn Flaherty iced the game from the free-throw line, and Michigan (2-2 Big Ten, 10-5 overall) came out on top, 93-86.