Michigan Non-Revenue Sports
The four fall non-revenue teams have had varying amounts of success this season.
It’s stretch run time for field hockey, soccer, cross country and others.
The Wolverines are fully in the swing of the fall sports season.
The field hockey team is keeping its momentum from last year rolling.
The new policies went into effect on July 1.
Coon, who starred in football at Fowlerville High School, was a three-time All-American with the Wolverines.
Saturday was a special day for the women’s gymnastics program.
We are looking to enhance our staff and want you to be a part of it.
Athletes make their feelings known in a joint statement.
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.
Help us trim the list of candidates down to 25 during our Hall of Fame week.
Chime in with your memories throughout the week!
Manuel calls it "unfortunate but necessary."
All fall sports are canceled, while winter and spring sports will be evaluated at a later date.
The season won’t start on time, but we can speculate on what it might look like when it does.
Ice hockey will resume this week and the rest will next week.
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.
We don’t stop here. But we will obviously have to adjust.
The Big House 5K and open spring practice have been cancelled.
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.