Michigan’s disappointing season is officially over. The Wolverines were not selected as one of 32 teams to participate in the NIT and they will not participate in any postseason play.
John Beilein previously told reporters that Michigan would not participate in the CIT or CBI this season.
The Wolverines were thought of as one of roughly ten teams competing for the final five spots in the NIT, bracket but missed the field with a .500 record.
This marks the first time that Michigan won’t participate in the postseason since it finished 15-17 (7-11 B1G) in 2009-10. The Wolverines reached the NCAA tournament during in each of the last four seasons with trips to the Elite Eight and Final Four.