Michigan’s 2018-19 schedule is official. The Wolverines will open their season on November 6th against Norfolk State and wrap things up on March 9th in East Lansing.
The Wolverines have a strong league slate with double-plays against Michigan State, Indiana, Wisconsin, Maryland, Northwestern, Penn State and Minnesota. Four of those teams are expected to finish in the top half of the league. The Wolverines also play against a pair of projected top-10 teams in the non-league slate with games at Villanova and home against North Carolina.
We broke down the ins and outs of Michigan’s schedule including the toughest stretches, rest days, and more.