Now that we have previewed the entire freshman class, we will begin looking at Michigan’s returning players starting today with senior Matt Vogrich.
6’4″, 200 pounds
Lake Forest, Ill.
Lake Forest High School
Small Forward, Power Forward (wing...
Michigan guard Matt Vogrich is looking to have expanded role his senior season. Vogrich talks about his expectations going into his final season as a Wolverine on a team with an infusion of young talent.
During Matt Vogrich‘s sophomore campaign, the 6-foot-4, 200-pound shooting guard improved in nearly every area of the game. Vogrich played more minutes, scored more points, made more threes, and even grabbed more rebounds during his sophomore season. He seemed to be progressing as an offensive spark off the bench, a knock-down shooter who could also surprise in other areas of...
Last summer, whispers from around Michigan basketball were that Matt Vogrich was poised to be the “super sub” that Michigan badly needed. He was playing well in practice, had added muscle and was ready to go. Then he sprained his MCL two weeks before the season began. Vogrich struggled to regain his comfort and shooting stroke and it showed. He started the season just 1-for...
Michigan has renewed life in the Big Ten title race thanks to Indiana's homw win over Michigan State last night. Before their road game at Illinois tomorrow night, John Beilein, Matt Vogrich, and Jordan Morgan discussed their mindset, their approach the past few days, and the development of freshman forward, Max Bielfeldt
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John Beilein makes adjustments
more point guard focused than he's ever been before
Matt Vogrich and Zack Novak met with the media after Michigan’s nine point home win over Illinois. Here what the duo had to say in the embedded media players below:
Novak after the jump.
To finish the regular season strong and put together momentum for the NCAA tournament, Michigan is going to need some help from its bench. Wednesday's second half at Nebraska provided a hint that junior guard Matt Vogrich is prepared to fill that void.
The Michigan Athletic Department released audio from Matt Vogrich, Blake McLimans and Carlton Brundidge after practice this afternoon. The trio discussed the upcoming game against Bradley, peeked ahead to Big Ten play and also shared their holiday plans. Listen to the interviews in the embedded audio players below or read through the notable quotes.
On rebounding and...
Despite a summer of extra work, Michigan junior guard Matt Vogrich started this season cold from three-point range: 1-for-13. But he made the most of his chances during Tuesday's victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff.