Former Detroit Martin Luther King star Micaela Kelly became just the second Central Michigan University women’s basketball player in history to hear her name called in the WNBA draft. The Connecticut Sun picked Kelly in the second round of the WNBA draft Thursday, 21st overall, making her the first player from a mid-major program taken in the 2021 draft. She follows Crystal Bradford as the only Chippewas picked in the WNBA draft, with Bradford going seventh overall in 2015.
Michigan will host Central Michigan and New Mexico in non-conference football games during the 2025 season, the university announced Wednesday. The Wolverines will face the Lobos to open the season on August 30 and the Chippewas on September 13. Michigan visits Oklahoma on September 6.
Michigan football has added two opponents to a future schedule. The Wolverines announced Wednesday afternoon that they will play Central Michigan and New Mexico in 2025, with both games taking place in Ann Arbor. Michigan will play New Mexico on Aug. 30 in the season opener and against CMU on Sept.