A lot is going on right now on South Campus at UM.
Men's Lacrosse upset #14 Penn State 10-9 in sudden death overtime to finish the season 8-7, 1-4 (B1G). It is a big win, to go along with their win over Notre Dame earlier this season.
Women's Lacrosse came up with an even bigger win hours later on the same field at Penn state to upset #16 on a LAST second game winner, to take it 12-11 and finish the season 7-10, 2-4 (B1G).
#23 Women's Tennis defeated #19 Illinois in the Big Ten Tournament Semi-Finals to advance to the Final vs 1-seed Northwestern. The ladies will try to avenge a nail-biting regular season matchup that gave the Wildcats the regular season title.
#13 Men's Tennis (20-5) lost to #8 Illinois in the B1G Men's Semi-Finals. They will await their seeding in the NCAA tournament.
#10 Women's Water Polo (31-8, 7-1) advandced to the final of the CWPA tournament with a 9-5 win over #13 Hartwick. Like the women's tennis team, they will try to avenge their only conference regular season loss to #10 (tied with UM) Princeton in the final tomorrow.
#15 Softball (39-8, 14-2) lost in extra innings to second place Indiana, 5-4. This makes the last week of the regular season that much tighter. Michigan is now 1 game up in the loss column to both Indiana and Minnesota.
Baseball (24-12, 12-1) got back into the win column after snapping their 20-game win streak in the series opener in Iowa City yesterday--- they took a resounding 10-2 win in game 2 today. Michigan remains one game up on 2nd place Minnesota.
The men's and women's track and field squads are competing at Arkansas in an elite competion this weekend. Joe Ellis broke his own school record to win the hammer throw over nationally top-ranked competition.
Men's Golf sits in 6th place after 2 rounds at the B1G championships at Baltimore Country Club. They will look for a top 5 finish in the final round tomorrow.
Women's Golf finished their season 7th at the B1G championships in Maineville, OH.