BY SIMON KAUFMAN
Two weeks ago, Spike Albrecht and Caris LeVert had job interviews. The job description? Leading a team that includes six true freshmen deep into the NCAA Tournament.
BY JEREMY SUMMITT
As two of the top hockey talents in the NCAA, Larkin and Werenski are being heavily relied on to bring the Michigan hockey team back to its former prominence. The pair of talented freshmen bring innate chemistry and a passionate work-ethic to a team looking to find its way into the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2012.
BY TED JANES
Oakville, Ontario isn’t it a big town, but there’s been a nice pipeline of swimmers coming down from the Canadian suburb to compete at Michigan.
BY KEVIN SANTO
In the previous six games for the Michigan men’s soccer team, the junior forward had recorded four goals and an assist, and Oakland had no answer for him Wednesday night as he added another goal and assist to his stat sheet in the Wolverines’ 3-1 win.
BY MAX COHEN
Often in football, an offensive player’s statistics read like a video game. But that wouldn’t be an apt description for those of Indiana running back Tevin Coleman.
BY REBECCA DZOMBAK
For someone who just started running three years ago, redshirt freshman Corinne Florie is ahead of the curve.
BY MINH DOAN
While the team has had exclusive open practices for season-ticket holders in the past, this was the Wolverines’ first practice that was open to all members of the public.
BY SYED FAHD AHSAN
It should come as little surprise then that Michigan’s two-time captain, fifth-year senior midfielder Tylor Arnone was on the list of finalists for the men’s soccer Senior CLASS Award.
BY ALEXA DETTELBACH
On Monday, Hoke reiterated his responsibility for the situation and said Bolden wouldn’t face disciplinary action. Hoke also said he wasn’t told to issue the statement, but felt it was the right course of action because of his longstanding relationship with Dantonio.
BY GREG GARNO
Because what Michigan needs, more than a name or talent, is someone who can take a crumbling program and build it back up from the very beginnings.
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BY GREG GARNO
The Michigan football team passed for 503 yards in a 63-47 victory over Indiana last year. The Wolverines haven’t reached that many yards in their past three games combined.
BY BEN KIM
The Wolverines’ (2-2-2 Big Ten, 5-7-3 overall) defensive tenacity and goal scoring shined in their win over the Grizzlies (5-0-1 Horizon League, 7-6-1) for their first win in four games.
BY BRAD WHIPPLE
After a one-year absence from the NCAA Tournament, senior forward Nicole Elmblad says the Michigan women’s basketball team’s goal for the season is to hang its first banner inside Crisler Center.
BY ZACH SHAW
With a team-high seven points and a plus-four rating through five games, the senior has provided No. 15 Michigan with more than just his usual motor, but with a desperately needed offensive spark as well.
BY BRANDON CARNEY
Any loss hurts, but for the Michigan field hockey team, a 1-0 loss to Iowa in last year’s Big Ten tournament was more devastating than most.
BY DANNY VARGOVICK
The Michigan men’s golf team didn’t have it Monday, or Tuesday. It finished 10th out of 12 with a score of 59-over par at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate in Dallas, the Wolverines’ final tournament of the fall schedule.
BY ERIN DRABICKI
The Wolverines overcame a 21-stroke deficit to move up four spots and finish 12th out of 18 teams with a score of 894 at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown this weekend.