Michigan Wolverines Men’s Basketball Tickets
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Michigan Wolverines Men’s Basketball Schedule
at UConn Huskies
East Hartford, CT
at Penn State Nittany Lions
University Park, PA
at Michigan State Spartans
East Lansing, MI
at Northwestern Wildcats
The University of Michigan is closing in on the 100th anniversary of its basketball program, and the Wolverines have enjoyed great success in the sport throughout the years, dominating the Big 10 Conference at times, and including a number of NCAA Final Four appearances and an NCAA championship in ‘89 under coach Steve Fisher. However, Michigan suffered through a series of recruiting scandals throughout most of the next decade and was severely punished, including being forced to vacate almost all of their victories and Final Four appearances from ‘92 through ‘99. But now the program is flying high again, and GoTickets has your Michigan basketball tickets so you can be there all season long.
The Michigan Wolverines basketball schedule includes some big games at the 12,721-seat Crisler Arena in Ann Arbor. That arena was where the famous Fab Five freshmen of the ‘91 team got their start, and the Michigan Wolverines roster has produced 21 All-Americans over the years, including Gary Grant and Glen Rice. Having a storied history like this means that Michigan Wolverines basketball tickets are a very precious commodity, but GoTickets has them available for nearly any budget.
The Wolverines had a sparkling 23-8 record last season and were 13-5 in the Big 10, good enough for a three-way split of the conference crown with Ohio State and Michigan State. Unfortunately, the No. 4 seed Wolverines were upset in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, having a poor shooting night and losing 65-60 to Ohio University but expect them to make a deeper run this season.
Michigan is coached by John Beilein, who has been with the program since ‘07. He inherited a program in turmoil and had a poor first season, but the team has steadily improved under his tutelage since then. The Wolverines are a young and hungry team, and are looking forward to this season as they return most of their roster, including last year’s Big 10 Freshman of the Year Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway, Jr., who both averaged over 14 points a game last year. Get your Michigan Wolverines tickets soon before it’s too late.