Michigan Men Fall to Villanova in NCAA Title Game
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – Michigan’s quest for its first NCAA national championship since 1989 and second in program history came to an end with a 79-62 loss to Villanova in San Antonio on Monday.
Appearing in their first national championship since falling to Louisville in the 2013 title game, the Wolverines led throughout much of the first before the Wildcats (36-4) ended the half on a 19-7 run to take a 37-28 lead to the locker room.
The championship is Villanova’s second since 2016 and third all time.
Winners of consecutive Big Ten Conference tournament championships, Michigan concludes its season at 33-8.