Senior receiver Nico Collins was just as impressive in simulaton as in real-life, en route to 106 yards and 2 touchdowns against Washington.

Luckily, we at the Daily have obtained access to highly-advanced, state-of-the-art college football simulation technology. By inserting a compact disc into a PlayStation 3 system, we have the ability to peek into the future of the sport, witnessing and actively participating in the long-secret rituals of recruiting, conference realignment and even the games themselves.

Anna Abrams signed a National Letter of Intent with the Michigan women’s gymnastics team in 2018 through Team IMPACT.

In observance of Women’s History Month, The Daily’s sports section is launching its third annual series aimed at telling the stories of female athletes, coaches and teams at the University from the perspective of the female sports writers on staff.

Presented by The Michigan Daily’s sports section, a rotating cast of writers discusses Michigan sports.

One week ago, in the wake of coronavirus and school moving online, The Michigan Daily put together its last print paper of the year.

The entire sports world, from the NCAA to all the professional leagues, has halted in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Thursday, New York City declared a state of emergency to fight a global pandemic; the Dow dr

The NCAA cancelled March Madness on Thursday.

Amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments have been canceled.

The move comes after a series of athletic cancellations, the least of which is the ‘U’s decision to cease all athletic events, including off-season practices and spring recruitment.


As part of its action to combat the spread of COVID-19, the University announced Wednesday that it will be canceling all events on campus convening over 100 people through April 21.

Sophomore Abby Brenner had the highlight of the night vs Oklahoma, sticking her Yurchenko 1.5 for a career-high 9.975

As the famous saying goes, “Almost is never enough.”

That seemed to be the trend as the No. 5 Michigan women’s gymnastics team took on Oklahoma in Norman, Okla. on Friday night. 

Sophomore Natalie Wojcik scored a career-high 9.975 on beam in Michigan's meet this past weekend.

In this year’s Elevate the Stage, where No. 9 Michigan was not favored to win the meet against No. 7 Minnesota, No. 24 Maryland, Penn State and Michigan State. With an all-around score of 197.950, Michigan clinched its fourth straight Big Ten regular season championship, and Team 44 wrote its name in the record books with a program-high score.

Michigan's freshmen stepped up this weekend.

Every year, the seniors on a team graduate and the freshmen move in. And along with the normal first-year worries, freshmen athletes are sometimes expected to fill those senior gaps.
For some, it’s a crushing pressure, and they never get the chance to see the field. For Michigan softball, it hasn’t been a problem — specifically for infielder Julia Jimenez and utility player Lauren Esman.

The Michigan softball team has had to fill gaps left by last year's seniors so far this season.

As the Michigan softball team went 5-0 at the USF-Rawlings Invitational, multiple players had to step up and perform. While competing against five good teams, including then-No. 7 Florida, many players showcased their talents. Now, The Daily breaks down the weekend’s lineup.