Michigan has made the postseason for the 6th consecutive year--a program record. This is Michigan's second straight WNIT appearance and their first automatic bid since 2011.
Michigan (16-14, 8-10 B1G) will face Cleveland State (19-12, 10-6 Horizon League) on Wednesday at Crisler Center. Game time will be announced tomorrow and the game will broadcast on BTN Plus, most likely.
Michigan and Cleveland State have several common opponents.
Michigan blew out Detroit in the second half back in their season opener, 76-57, while CSU won a close one 71-65 and got run at Detroit, 78-65.
Cleveland State lost to EMU on the road by 3, while Michigan demolished EMU, 81-52.
EDIT: The WNIT bracket was supposed to be officially released at 11:30, but they leaked it accidentally. Should Michigan beat Cleveland State, they will get the winner of Toledo-Wright State.