Women's Basketball

The Michigan women's basketball team began its season by raising a WNIT banner and finished it in the NCAA Tournament.

The Daily looks back on the women's basketball season that was.

Senior guard Katelynn Flaherty played her final game at Michigan in a loss to Baylor in the NCAA Tournament.

Thanks to a pair of 13-0 runs, Baylor pulled away from Michigan in the NCAA Tournament.

Junior center Hallie Thome scored a team-high 24 points in Michigan's first-round victory over Northern Colorado.

Thanks to 20-plus points from both Katelynn Flaherty and Hallie Thome, Michigan dominated Northern Colorado.

Senior guard Katelynn Flaherty is about to play in her first NCAA Tournament.

The Michigan women’s basketball team is heading into its first game of the NCAA Tournament since 2013.

The Michigan women's basketball team has set new milestones this season.

Jillian Dunston and Katelynn Flaherty have left their mark in a season of firsts.

The Michigan women's basketball made the NCAA Tournament this year for the first time since 2013.

The Michigan women’s basketball team finally got what it wanted. During Monday night’s Selection Show, the Wolverines were chosen as a seven seed in this year’s NCAA Tournament.

Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico will be in the NCAA Tournament for the sixth time in her coaching career.

The Wolverines were finally added to the NCAA Tournament field, and the suspense at their watch party was lifted.

The Michigan women's basketball team made the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2013 on Monday.

After missing out last season, Michigan got a bid to the 2018 NCAA Tournament on Monday.

Katelynn Flaherty's WNBA future remains relatively unknown.

Last year, Michigan was the only school in the country to have players selected in the NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL Drafts. But the WNBA is absent from that list. More than just missing the draft, not one former Wolverine plays in the league.

Kim Barnes Arico believes her team has done enough to make the tournament.

This time of year is nerve-wracking for college basketball programs across the nation. It’s the stretch marked with uncertainty and anxiousness just before the NCAA Tournament Selection Show.