Women's Basketball

Deja Church paced the Wolverines Friday afternoon with a team-high 19 points.

The Michigan women’s basketball team just finished finals examinations week. It ended with an easy test, as the Wolverines (9-3) dominated Southern (3-8) Friday afternoon at Crisler Center, 76-35.

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Hallie Thome’s injury opened the door for freshman forward Naz Hillmon to enter the game, who quickly showed to be the piece Michigan had been missing at the start of the game, as she brought the energy, and offense, needed to overwhelm the Bears (1-10).

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Dilk’s cross-court pass caught Hillmon in stride, and she converted the wide-open layup. From there the Michigan women’s basketball team (8-3) never looked back en route to a 70-47 win over Morgan State (1-10).

Senior center Hallie Thome is dealing with back spasms, which could account for her struggles.

Against Oakland last Sunday, Thome suffered from back spasms, which ultimately sidelined her for much of the game. With the contest well in hand, Thome played just 12 minutes and scored six points.

Senior guard Nicole Munger led Michigan with 21 points in its win over Oakland.

Nicole Munger led the Wolverines with 21 points in their win over Oakland

Senior center Hallie Thome  scored 10 first-half points in the Wolverines’ win over the Blackbirds on Thursday night.

Thursday night at Crisler Center, the Michigan women’s basketball team dismantled LIU Brooklyn, 83-38.

Freshman center Naz Hillmon scored 14 points and notched three offensive rebounds on Thursday.

In front of its home fans for the first time since Nov. 19, the Michigan women’s basketball team (6-3) snapped a two-game losing streak with an 83-38 victory over the hapless LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds (0-8).

Senior center Hallie Thome has struggled lately as Michigan has dropped three of its last four games.

The Wolverines went on a long roadtrip and are now set to return home against LIU-Brooklyn

Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico and the Wolverines have lost three of their last four games.

t’s often stressed that regardless of how tough an experience may be, there are lessons to be learned; that one should treat each setback as an opportunity to fuel motivation and come back stronger.

Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico believes the past stretch of games has been hard on her players.

The Wolverines, who haven't had a home game since Nov. 19, will finally play at the Crisler Center on Thursday.