The worst nightmare for an athlete is knowing his or her competitive playing days are coming to an end. Realizing team bus trips, conference championships, and the dire need to win every game is over are the worst thoughts for an athlete.
The University of Michigan-Dearborn’s lacrosse team is off to a great start at 4-1, and junior Andrew Dixon’s return from injury is a contributing factor.
With his team down 8-5 late in the second quarter against University of Toledo Sunday, Dylan Hatcher fired a shot into the back of the net for his first goal of the game.
Not much went well for Michigan in last season, but if there was one bright spot for the struggling program, it was a stout defense.
According to the calendar, it is officially spring. Unfortunately for the University of Michigan-Dearborn softball team, the first game back on their home field will be seeing some action later than expected.
After spending last weekend in Illinois, the University of Michigan-Dearborn lacrosse team returned home for a pair of important games.
So with Harbaugh and company drafting the Wolverines, The Michigan Journal decided to get in on the action too. Staff Reporter Jeramy Stover and Sports Editor Ricky lindsay split Michigan’s spring roster into two teams, pick-by-pick, for the Journal’s edition of Drafting Michigan’s Spring Game.
Quarterback: the most important position on the football field. The man who wields his arm under center carries the entire weight of a team.