Women's Basketball

Freshman forward Naz Hillmon scored 22 points in Michigan's win over Detroit Mercy.

Michigan struggled early to find its rhythm, but ultimately won, 95-62

The Michigan women's basketball team is preparing to take on Detroit Mercy.

The Wolverines are set to take on Detroit Mercy, who have struggled the past year.

Sophomore center Naz Hillmon scored a career-high 20 points on Thursday.

While the Michigan women’s basketball team’s game on Thursday ran for roughly one hour and 58 minutes, its outcome was pretty much sealed early in the second quarter.

Freshman guard Amy Dilk and her team are trying to continue its improvement against Western Michigan.

Michigan is trying to continue its improvement in its game against Western Michigan

Freshman forward Naz Hillmon is adjusting to collegiate-level basketball.

Coming into this season, the biggest questions for the Michigan women’s basketball team were how to replace the program’s all-time leading scorer, guard Katelynn Flaherty, and how to maintain the team’s recent success.

Sophomore forward Hailey Brown played in her first game since being injured last season on Thursday.

As Wolverine center Hallie Thome draws a charge on a Spartan layup attempt, there’s a collision under the basket. Amidst the chaos, Hailey Brown falls to the floor and has to be helped off the court.

Senior center Hallie Thome led all players in points (25) and rebounds (10) on Friday.

As soon as Katelynn Flaherty walked off a basketball court wearing maize and blue for the final time, senior center Hallie Thome immediately stepped into the spotlight.


The Michigan women’s basketball team (1-0) used it’s physical advantage to defeat Mount St. Mary’s (0-1), 88-40, Friday night at the Crisler Center.

Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico says her team is deeper than it has ever been in her time at Michigan.

Michigan should not try to replace Katelynn Flaherty, it should accept its newfound depth.

Senior wing Nicole Munger accepted the Philadelphia state of mind to get to her current position on the Michigan women's basketball team.

Nicole Munger has accepted a tough, Philadelphia mindset to grind for her current position with Michigan.