Michigan and Michigan Tech battled Saturday night, with the Wolverines giving up another late lead to finish with a 3-3 draw.
With 52 seconds remaining, freshman Will Lockwood notched his second goal of the season to lift Michigan to a 4-3 win over Michigan Tech.
Led by Jourdan Lewis, Michigan’s defense is one of the best in the country thanks to the Wolverines’ “no fly zone.”
Late in the third period, Michigan’s Sam Piazza scored his third goal of the season to take a late lead, beating the Ferris State Huskies, 2-1.
A young Michigan hockey team opened their season Friday at Yost, but suffered heartbreak when Union snuck away with a 4-3 victory.
A defensive battle was won Saturday at the Big House as fourth-ranked Michigan held on against eighth-ranked Wisconsin, 14-7.
Chris Evans will lead a group of Michigan freshmen to an even greater impact this weekend against UCF.
The hype train for Michigan will only get stronger after Wilton Speight led Michigan to a 63-3 win over Hawaii to open 2016.
The Michigan Wolverines have seen a resurgence on the field ever since Jim Harbaugh made his long-awaited return to Ann Arbor.
Michigan and its partnership with Nike is official as of August 1, and the Wolverines celebrated with a massive block party unveiling in Ann Arbor.