Michigan Wolverines news: A new transfer crystal ball, plus hockey season ends

The Michigan hockey season came to an end at the Frozen Four on Thursday night, plus more Michigan Wolverines news.
2024 Frozen Four
2024 Frozen Four / Richard T Gagnon/GettyImages

For the ninth consecutive time, Michigan hockey advanced to the Frozen Four and failed to win the national championship.

The Michigan Wolverines did well to advance to the Frozen Four for a third straight season. The win over Michigan State was epic and it was an incredible run down the stretch. Boston College was just too good. The Eagles scored just over a minute into the game and that was all the offense they needed.

Despite getting more total shots and more shots on the goal, the Wolverines never scored in the game and failed to take advantage of too many missed opportunities, especially on the power play. The Eagles have won 12 games in a row and look like a juggernaut. Michigan hockey is faced with a bunch of player decisions for guys like Gavin Brindley, Seamus Casey, and Dylan Duke. Casey and Brindley were second-round picks in the 2023 NHL draft. Duke went in the fourth round.

Regardless, the future is in good hands for Michigan Wolverines hockey with head coach Brandon Naurato.

Michigan basketball projected to land another transfer target

Michigan basketball needs a point guard next season and Dusty May might have found his in Auburn transfer Tre Donaldson. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound guard who played the past two seasons for the Tigers received a crystal ball projection to land with the Michigan Wolverines.

Donaldson averaged 6.7 points per game last season and 3.2 assists in 19 minutes per game. He also shot 41 percent from 3-point range and also shot better than 40 percent as a freshman. Donaldson started 10 games last season and is ranked 67th overall in the transfer portal rankings from 247 Sports, in addition to being ranked as the No. 16 point guard.

Behind the scenes with Jim Harbaugh at Michigan Wolverines pro day

The Los Angeles Chargers released a video on Thursday showing former Michigan Wolverines head football coach Jim Harbaugh at Michigan football pro day.

It's Jim Harbaugh in his element. He's talking to coaches and players and marveling at the pro day of Michigan football quarterback J.J. McCarthy who had, what Harbaugh called at the time, the greatest pro day he's ever seen.


It was great to see Jim in his element. He's a great dude and I hope gets his Super Bowl.