LAHAINA, Hi. -- Michigan head coach John Beilein stressed the importance of his team heading out of a difficult tournament with a 2-1 record instead of 1-2. The Wolverines did just that on Wednesday after its 68-60 victory over VCU to earn fifth place in the Maui Jim Maui Invitational. The score alone suggested the game was a tight one. However, it didn't have to be that way.
LAHAINA, Hi. -- Moritz Wagner was the hero of the day for Michigan, as six points in the final minute of U-M's put the statement on a 68-60 victory over VCU on Wednesday in the Maui Jim Maui Invitational. After withstanding a poor shooting half, the Wolverines were able to get plays when it needed it the most.
Michigan was able to eek out a win against VCU thanks to crucial last-minute play by forward Moritz Wagner. Wagner added six points in the final minute to secure a 68-60 victory over VCU to earn fifth place in the Maui Jim Maui Invitational. The Wolverines had as much as a double-digit lead in the second half but saw VCU come back thanks to a four-minute scoring drought by the Wolverines. Minutes after the buzzer, The Michigan Insider recaps the Wolverines' victory on Wednesday.
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