In a season defined by sharp highs and lows, Michigan will head into the postseason in the midst of a low. The Wolverines dropped their third game in four ties on Sunday afternoon, falling 83-70 to Maryland in College Park.
The Terps were playing for a Big Ten title and looked the part. Michigan made the game competitive at points, but couldn’t put together the defensive effort required to win on the road against one of the Big Ten’s best teams.
The Wolverines got a career-high 20 points from David DeJulius off the bench, but finish the regular season at 19-12 (10-10 Big Ten) ahead of a Thursday afternoon Big Ten Tournament opener against Rutgers.