Michigan’s women’s basketball team’s season came to an end on Saturday, as the Wolverines fell to Baylor in the NCAA Tournament.
Unfortunately, tough day was made tougher when the Michigan women’s basketball team was forced to make an emergency landing.
Michigan was on a charter flight back to Ann Arbor, Mich. when the Wolverines were forced to do an emergency landing due to bad weather.
MLive.com had more details:
Michigan’s women’s basketball team was on a charter flight back to Ann Arbor late Saturday night when the plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Evansville, Indiana.
There were no injuries, team spokesperson Sarah VanMetre told MLive. The team is still in Evansville as of early Sunday morning and awaiting its next moves.
“We were flying through a storm and lost pressure on our plane,” team spokesperson Sarah VanMetre said in a statement. “The oxygen masks came down and we made an emergency landing in Evansville.”
Thankfully, everyone is OK.
— Toyelle Wilson (@CoachTMWilson) March 28, 2021
Michigan was finally able to board another flight later on Sunday morning and has arrived back in Ann Arbor.
The Wolverines lost to Baylor, 78-75, in overtime in an NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 contest on Saturday afternoon.
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