The Daily takes an inside look at how the self-proclaimed "hardest working team in America" prepares.
Ambiguity isn’t fun. Let’s get rid of it right away. The Michigan women’s basketball team deserves to be in.
With a little over three minutes remaining in the game and her team trailing, 51-49, senior guard Katelynn Flaherty dribbled the ball near the top of the key. A 3-pointer was what she needed.
The Michigan women's basketball team started slow against Penn State, but still dominated the Nittany Lions.
It would be nice to see the same attention paid to the women’s side by the guy who’s supposed to run the whole conference.
After a win against Maryland, Michigan is re-discovering its confidence heading into the Big Ten Tournament.
Even if Thursday's win wasn't enough to cement Michigan's spot in the NCAA Tournament, Dunston and Flaherty have left strong legacies.
Michigan halted its recent downward spiral with a win over No. 13 Maryland, all but securing its postseason fate.
Crisler Center is having senior night Thursday, as the Michigan women’s basketball team (9-6 Big Ten, 20-8 overall) takes on No. 13 Maryland (11-3, 22-5).
Katelynn Flaherty’s back was acting up again.