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Michigan Non-Revenue Sports

Non-Rev Notebook: Michigan field hockey picks up where it left off

The field hockey team is keeping its momentum from last year rolling.

Michigan field hockey season preview

A lockdown defense and balanced attack should once again take the Wolverines a long way.

Michigan men’s soccer season preview

Here’s to hoping for a bit of magic here.

Michigan women’s soccer season preview

Everyone’s back for the Wolverines, who have the experience and firepower to compete with the top teams in the Big Ten.

Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) 101: What the new changes mean for Michigan athletes

The new policies went into effect on July 1.

Former Michigan wrestler Adam Coon signs with Tennessee Titans

Coon, who starred in football at Fowlerville High School, was a three-time All-American with the Wolverines.

Michigan Women’s Gymnastics captures first national title

Saturday was a special day for the women’s gymnastics program.

Want to work with us? MnB is adding staff members in multiple areas

We are looking to enhance our staff and want you to be a part of it.

U-M athletes put out joint statement on desire to play, trust in COVID-19 protocols

Athletes make their feelings known in a joint statement.

Nico Collins reveals why he’ll stay opted out of 2020 football season

The Michigan wide receiver will not return in 2020. Also, Mike Smith speaks as hoops practice kicks into gear and programs partially shut down at Michigan.

VOTE: Maize n Brew’s Michigan Hall of Fame — Top 25

Nine more names will be eliminated before Wednesday.

VOTE: Maize n Brew’s Michigan Hall of Fame — Top 40

Help us trim the list of candidates down to 25 during our Hall of Fame week.

What are some of your favorite performances in the history of Michigan Athletics?

Chime in with your memories throughout the week!

Michigan AD Warde Manuel responds to Big Ten’s cancelation of fall sports

Manuel calls it "unfortunate but necessary."

Big Ten Conference releases statement on cancelation of 2020 fall sports

All fall sports are canceled, while winter and spring sports will be evaluated at a later date.

Big Ten announces postponement and targeted start date for fall non-revenue sports

The season won’t start on time, but we can speculate on what it might look like when it does.

U-M pauses workouts for four sports due to COVID-19 test results, tracing protocols

Ice hockey will resume this week and the rest will next week.

State Street Archives: A look back at Michigan Softball greats

In the first of a series about non-rev greats, we look at Michigan’s first softball All-American, a hitter who rewrote the record books, and a National Champion.

What Else Is Blue: Senior Day Part 2

We finish our series covering all of the seniors who saw their careers end abruptly.

What Else Is Blue: It’s Senior Day

With some athletes missing out on their senior days, we pay tribute to them here.

What Else Is Blue: An Abrupt Season Finale

Michigan has cancelled the remainder of its athletic season. We recap what we can, and start talking about what’s next.

To our readers: Welcome to life without sports for awhile; Here’s how we’ll try to handle it

We don’t stop here. But we will obviously have to adjust.

Michigan Athletics announces plan for events, ticket refunds in response to COVID-19

The Big House 5K and open spring practice have been cancelled.

What Else Is Blue Does Not Take Spring Break Off

Men’s swimming added to Michigan’s Big Ten Championship total, while wrestling gears up for their own championship. Meanwhile, many spring sports headed somewhere warm.

What Else Is Blue is Ready for Championships

Big Ten Championship season continues with men’s swimming and track, while a women’s gymnastics record-breaking performance wins the first regular season title of the winter.

What Else Is Blue Plays Every Sport it Can

In one of our most packed line-ups ever, just about every winter and spring sport has an event worth writing about.

What Else Is Blue Ignores the Snow and Pretends Its Spring

Despite the weather in Ann Arbor, spring sports get started this week with softball, lacrosse, and men’s golf on the docket. Plus a huge home finale for wrestling, a solid week for women’s basketball, and much more.

What Else Is Blue Looks for Upsets

While women’s gymnastics and wrestling scored some upsets last weekend, water polo and men’s tennis will try to do the same this weekend.

Michigan women’s basketball stops recent skid, dominates Penn State

Coming off two losses to ranked teams, winning this one was crucial.

Tuesday Morning Brews: Back in the saddle again

Out where a friend is a friend

Tuesday Morning Brews: Teenage wasteland

I fight for my meals out here in the fields

Thursday Morning Brews: Eponymous

But not the like last time