The Wolverine

August 2022*

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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AUGUST 2022 THE WOLVERINE 11   INSIDE MICHIGAN ATHLETICS Join today with our special offer for ALL Michigan fans: GET 12 MONTHS FOR $1.00 GET 12 MONTHS FOR $1.00 (regularly $99.99) Sign up now at! NOTE: is the companion site to The Wolverine magazine. It is a separate subscription and is NOT included with the magazine. RECRUITING SCOOP Daily updates and analysis from EJ Holland and his cross-country travels. DAILY TEAM COVERAGE Go behind the scenes with exclusive coverage from Chris Balas, Clayton Sayfie and Anthony Broome. STRONG COMMUNITY The best Wolverines message board on the web. NEXT-GENERATION A cleaner database with more information PLAYER DATABASE than any predecessor. CANCEL ANYTIME Subscribers can easily manage their account online. The premier Michigan fan site has joined the On3 sports network! ALL NEW HOME Fo r m e r U- M m e n 's basketball head coach John Beilein was named one of nine inductees in the Class of 2022 for the National Collegiate Bas- ketball Hall of Fame, it was announced June 29. Beilein and the Class of 2022 will be enshrined Nov. 20 in Kansas City as part of National Col- legiate Basketball Hall of Fame weekend, which also features the annual Hall of Fame Classic tour- nament. Other members of the class are former players Richard "Rip" Hamil- ton (Connecticut), Larry Miller (North Carolina), Frank Selvy (Furman) and Jimmy Walker (Provi- dence), along with coaches Jerry Krause and Lon Kruger. Coaches Jim Calhoun (UConn) and Roy Williams (UNC) also will be honored after previous recogni- tion in the founding class from 2006. Beilein coached at U-M from 2007- 19, making two NCAA championship games and winning a pair of Big Ten Tournament and regular- season titles each. His teams in Ann Arbor went 278-150 during his 12 sea- sons on the sideline. Beilein, who was never an assistant coach in his career, also spent time at Nazareth, Le Moyne, Canisius, Richmond and West Virginia and posted a 754-425 overall record in his career. He left Michi- gan in 2019 to become the head coach of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers, but resigned before his debut season was over. Beilein is now a senior player development advi- sor with the Detroit Pis- tons with a focus on shot mechanics. Earlier this summer, he was voted for induction into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame where he will be honored in September. — Anthony Broome John Beilein Voted Into National Collegiate Basketball Hall Of Fame Former U-M men's basketball head coach John Beilein was named one of nine inductees in the Class of 2022 for the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. He will be enshrined Nov. 20 in Kansas City. PHOTO BY PER KJELDSEN

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