Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M

Athletics

  1. From super fan to Super Bowl

    Emmy-winning director Haley Geffen, BA ’99, takes her creative playbook to one of the biggest fields in sports today.

  2. Baseball on the Diag

    In the years after the Civil War, springtime in Ann Arbor generated U-M’s first sporting craze: “base ball.”

  3. Spring football

    Coach Jim Harbaugh draws a huge crowd for spring football and lights up Twitter with the new documentary photo series “365 Days of Michigan Football” by Stamps professor David Turnley.

  4. Tiger by the tale

    Bookish historian Alice Dalligan, AM ’48/AMLS ’51, became a bona fide baseball nut when sportscaster Ernie Harwell donated his archive to the Detroit Public Library in ’66.

  5. Mastering the mind

    Pilot program succeeds in encouraging student-athletes to seek help for depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions.

  6. Home, James

    Go deep at MGoBlue.com for extras and exclusives on Jim Harbaugh, former Wolverine quarterback and the football program’s 20th coach.

  7. Two against football

    In 1925 two lonely rebels said no to the formidable Fielding Yost in a contest of ideas that still echoes today.

  8. Coming up roses

    Fifty years after the fact, Tom Mack, BS ’68, still marvels at how the 1965 Rose Bowl transformed his career and his life in a surprising way.

  9. Mind-body connection

    Former U-M athletes share experience with stress, depression in videos funded by NCAA to encourage students to seek help as needed.