Athletics

  1. August 24, 2022

    Bonnie Tholl named softball head coach

    Bonnie Tholl, a former U-M softball standout who spent 29 years as the Wolverines’ top assistant, has been named head softball coach, succeeding the retiring Carol Hutchins.

  2. August 24, 2022

    Carol Hutchins retires after 38 seasons as softball coach

    Carol Hutchins, the legendary Michigan softball head coach, has announced that she is retiring after 38 seasons leading the Wolverines.

  3. July 25, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  4. June 16, 2022

    Athletics projects more revenue, financial aid costs for FY ‘23

    The U-M athletic department expects balanced budgets for both the current fiscal year and the one that begins July 1, despite continued challenges amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

  5. March 24, 2022

    Athletics will replace video production, Michigan Stadium scoreboards

    The athletic department will upgrade video production capabilities for all athletic facilities, replace the outdated Michigan Stadium public address system and end zone video scoreboards, and improve safety infrastructure.

  6. March 14, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  7. February 21, 2022

    Heritage Project — ‘Lonely as Hell’

    A white graduate student at U-M named John Behee explored how many Black athletes had played for U-M, and he found several of the 187 who lettered at U-M before 1972.

  8. February 9, 2022

    Michigan opens VICTORS Local Exchange platform to public

    Through its partnership with INFLCR, U-M has opened its VICTORS Local Exchange program to the public to expand its ongoing Name, Image and Likeness program for student-athletes.

  9. November 15, 2021

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  10. June 17, 2021

    Athletics expects to mitigate COVID-19 revenue losses in FY ’22

    The U-M athletic department expects a budget deficit of $62.9 million for the current fiscal year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and projects a surplus of $1.4 million for the fiscal year that begins July 1.