Women's Basketball

Kelsey Mitchell provided a spark for Michigan in the fourth quarter of the Wolverines' upset win.

In her fourth career start, Mitchell took over in the fourth quarter.

Katelynn Flaherty turned in another stellar performance with 24 points.

For four minutes in the third and fourth quarters, the Hawkeyes went cold and allowed the Wolverines to slowly claw their way out of the hole they had dug themselves into during the first half.

Boogie Brozoski continues to see the court often for the Michigan women's basketball team.

In its past three games, Michigan fell by two points or fewer to Eastern Michigan and Purdue, and suffered an overtime defeat to Indiana.

Katelynn Flaherty led Michigan with 20 points, but the Wolverines squandered a late lead at Indiana.

Led by a near double-double from forward Amanda Cahill (19 points, nine rebounds, four blocks, two assists), the Hoosiers rallied back from what was a nine-point deficit in the fourth quarter.

Michigan fell in another heartbreaker due to a missed free throw.

The Michigan women's basketball team blew a 12-point lead after three quarters and lost to Eastern Michigan, 64-63.

YPSILANTI— With 5.5 seconds left on the game clock, freshman center Hallie Thome stepped up to the free throw line with the Michigan women’s basketball team down by two. Her first attempt hit the back iron, floated above the rim and dropped into the net.

Sophomore guard Katelynn Flaherty made her 100th 3-pointer in Michigan's defeat of the University of Miami in the Crisler Center Saturday.

Flaherty shot 5-for-7 from beyond the arc, going for 25 points in total, including the 100th 3-pointer of her career.

Freshman guard Nicole Munger dribbles past her opposition in Michigan's win over Miami University in the Crisler Center Saturday.

Sophomore guard Katelynn Flaherty led all Michigan scorers with 25 points, continuing to boost her average of 20.1 points.

Head coach Barnes Arico confronts a referee during Michigan's loss to UCLA Sunday.

With two weeks remaining until the Big Ten schedule begins, finishing out close games has become an issue.

Hallie Thome and Michigan showed their inexperience when their comeback fell short against UCLA.

Michigan began to show its immaturity around the time Hallie Thome picked up her fourth foul with three minutes remaining in the third quarter.