BY ZACH HELFAND
It’s funny — you don’t remember most of the times. But you remember the places and you remember the people. Most of all, you remember that feeling.
BY KELLY HALL
Betsa’s confidence was on display throughout all seven innings. She allowed just two hits — both solo homers — to lead her team to a 7-2 victory over Minnesota. Betsa got some help in the fifth when senior first baseman Caitlin Blanchard followed the intentional walk of Romero with a three-run double and Sweet hit a three-run homer.
BY CINDY YU
Their 48.350 on balance beam was the lowest total on any event in that session.
BY CINDY YU
Sampson performed a nearly flawless routine, distinguished by her precise technique and high amplitude on her double layout and double pike tumbling passes.
BY JUSTIN MEYER
The win gave Betsa the marquee victory of her collegiate career to this point, but perhaps more importantly, it gave the Wolverines another piece for the postseason.
BY CHLOE AUBUCHON
Despite King’s individual achievement, the Wolverines (1-3 Eastern College Athletic Conference, 4-10 overall) fell to No. 13 Yale, 13-7, at Michigan Stadium.
BY MITCH BECKMAN
What would be an accomplishment for most teams has become commonplace for the Wolverines, who clinched their fifth consecutive conference championship this weekend.
BY FREDDY KASTEN
On senior day, one week before the Big Ten Tournament, the Michigan men’s tennis team needed two big wins against conference foes Indiana and Purdue. And it got them.
BY MATTHEW KIPNIS
Despite falling behind 9-2 at half, the Wolverines (0-6 American Lacrosse Conference, 3-12 overall) showed signs of a comeback, but against Vanderbilt (2-4, 5-11) and its stifling defense, they squandered their opportunities in the 16-9 loss.
BY NATHANIEL CLARK
Even though it wasn’t perfect, California was kind to the Michigan men’s track and field team.
BY EVERETT COOK
Some day, I will revisit and rewrite the stories I’ve been fortunate enough to take part in over the last four years at Michigan. For right now, though, this story, Sean’s story, is the one I’ve always wanted to tell.
BY BRAD WHIPPLE
After splitting its first two games of the weekend against Purdue, the Michigan baseball team triumphed Sunday for the series win.
BY JAKE LOURIM
It takes one momentum swing — one home run, one bases-clearing double or even one out at home — to shift the game.
BY BRAD WHIPPLE
The seniors on the No. 10 Michigan women’s rowing team have never beaten Virginia, dropping two contests to the Cavaliers in the last four years. But that changed Saturday morning.
BY AZALEA HINOJOSA
At home, Michigan (0-6, 3-12 overall) dominated early on, forcing turnovers and outshooting its opponent at the net. But a quick change in Vanderbilt’s defensive game plan caused panic among the Wolverines and it answered the fast break with not one or two goals, but eight. The Commodores (2-4, 5-11) went onto win, 16-9.
BY MINH DOAN
In those last couple minutes, Gaughan showed exactly why he was an Under Armour All-American and Michigan’s first highly regarded recruit coming out of high school.
Women’s Track and Field
BY SHAWN HEROOR
Several Wolverines notched personal records this week for the women’s track and field team, but it was two freshmen, Aaron Powell and Erin Finn, who grabbed the spotlight for the Wolverines, with Finn breaking a 29-year-old record.