After allowing a quick five points to start the game, the Wolverines (6-2 Big Ten, 17-4 overall) were locked in.
After a devastating overtime loss to Ohio State on Jan. 7, the No. 19 Michigan women’s basketball came back with a vengeance.
With a signature win under their belt and the season's toughest road trip out of the way, the rest is simple: Hold the line and Michigan is in.
After Katelynn Flaherty made a 3-pointer put Michigan up two in the third quarter, the Wolverines never let go, winning 84-75.
For the Wolverines to flip the script, they must take a note from the Buckeyes and stay poised down the stretch.
Deja Church hit three free throws to send Michigan and Nebraska into overtime, and the Wolverines pulled away from there, winning 69-64.
Besides the victory itself, perhaps the only positive to come out of the Michigan women's basketball team's win over Indiana on Wednesday night was its rebounding.
The No. 23 Michigan women’s basketball team escaped Crisler Center with an 84-79 win over Indiana on Wednesday night
Brown started hot, accounting for eight of Michigan’s first 10 points, and she went on to finish with a career-high 23 points, while grabbing eight rebounds.
Though the Michigan women’s basketball team didn’t come out victorious in its overtime loss to rival Ohio State on Sunday, it did play a closely-fought game full of back-and-forth runs between the two teams.