Wednesday’s high winds led to some tense moments on the runway for the University of Michigan’s men’s basketball team.
As the Michigan State men’s basketball team prepares for their Big Ten Tournament opener, some eyes are already on the NCAA Tournament.
Monday was a good night to be a Bronco.
Cornerstone Coach Kim Elders is hoping to win his fourth NAIA Division II national championship.
Derrick Walton Jr. scored 18 points and set a school record with 16 assists, and Michigan routed Nebraska on Sunday.
It was a close one, but Ferris State men’s basketball clinched its third straight GLIAC championship on Sunday.
Western Michigan beat Central Michigan 88-80 on Friday night for its eighth straight win.
Dererk Pardon scored on a layup at the buzzer off a long inbound pass from Nathan Taphorn to give Northwestern a victory over Michigan.
Tuesday night brought a rare battle of top-ranked teams in high school boys basketball.
As the high school girls basketball tournament tipped off Monday, women met in the college ranks to battle for the WHAC championship.
West Michigan college basketball teams took to the hardwood Saturday.
The Wolverines kept their NCAA bubble from bursting with their win over Rutgers.
The Ferris State Bulldogs men’s basketball team clinched the GLIAC North title on Thursday.
As the regular season winds down, West Michigan college basketball teams are looking to rake in a few more wins.
West Michigan college and high school basketball teams took to the hardwood Tuesday.