Michigan Wolverines Columbus Tickets
In American college sports, many games take place each season. Amongst these, in the capital city of Ohio, the Michigan Wolverines Columbus game is eagerly awaited by many. The university’s athletic program is a member of the Big Ten Conference in the NCAA Division I FBS, with the water polo team being member of the CWPA, the lacrosse team playing in the ECAC Lacrosse League and the ALC. The program has won National NCAA championships in all four major sports. You can attend their upcoming match with Michigan Wolverines Columbus tickets in hand.
- Ohio State Buckeyes Hockey vs. Michigan Wolverines, Schottenstein Center tickets for 02/24 07:00 PM at Schottenstein Center, Columbus, OH
- Fri Feb 24 2017
The athletic director of the University of Michigan's program is David Brandon. He has led the teams to many successful games. The university fields twenty seven varsity teams, of which fourteen are women's and thirteen are men's. The football teams play at the Michigan Stadium whereas the baseball teams play at the Ray Fisher Stadium. The basketball team’s home field is Crisler Center, with the ice hockey team playing at the Yost Ice Arena. Nicknamed as The Victors, the teams have blue and maize as official colors.
For eleven years, the college has been ranked in the Top Five in the US, as per the NACDA Directors' Cup rankings. The men's basketball team has won one national championship with the baseball team winning two. The men's ice hockey team has won nine national championships, with the football bagging eleven national championships. National NCAA championships have also been won in women's softball, men's gymnastics five times and men's swimming & diving eleven times. Thus, these are the teams you need to watch playing live, which you can do with Michigan Wolverines Columbus tickets.
The Michigan Wolverines have the tenth most NCAA titles in the US college sports and sixth most in men's college sports. Their upcoming match is in Columbus, Ohio, a city ranked third in the US list of “Cities for the Future”.