Second Round: Ohio State (L, 1-4)
First Round: Notre Dame (W, 4-1)
SCHOOL/RECORD: Michigan (14-15)
CONFERENCE: Big Ten
HEAD COACH/RECORD: Bruce Berque (82-51)
NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES: 29
BEST NCAA FINISH: Michigan claimed the 1957 national championship and was a semifinalist in 1988. Last season, the Wolverines reached the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time in 20 years.
2009 TEAM HIGHLIGHTS: It's been a rollercoaster season for Michigan. After beginning the dual-match season with five straight wins, the Wolverines hit a rough patch and dropped 12 of their next 13 matches. Six of U-M's eight opponents between Feb. 13 and March 7 were ranked in the top 25, while six of the team's 12 losses were by just a single team point. The Wolverines ended the season strongly, however, claiming wins in six of their final seven matches of the regular season. Michigan's biggest victory of the season came on April 18 when U-M earned a huge 4-3 upset win over No. 11-ranked Illinois in Ann Arbor.
PLAYER/COACH HIGHLIGHTS: Michigan is led by sophomore Jason Jung, who is currently ranked 88th nationally in singles and holds an overall record of 17-17 (10-13 dual-match mark at Nos. 1 and 2). Jung and junior George Navas are ranked 51st nationally in doubles and have gone 8-6 at No. 1.