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Michigan Wolverines School History. Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan Seasons: 104 (1917-18 to 2020-21) Record: 1658-1056 .611 W-L% Conferences: Big Ten. Conference Champion: 15 Times (Reg. Seas.), 3 Times (Tourn.) NCAA Tournament: 30 Years (64-29), 8 Final Fours, 1 Championship NCAA Champion: 1989
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Franklin Cappon had a long history of association with Michigan athletics starting with his service as a four-time letterman in football and basketball from 1919 to 1923. In 1928, he became assistant football and basketball coach and in 1929 he served as Fielding H. Yost 's assistant Athletic Director. 
This is a list of seasons completed by the Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team. The team played its first game in January 1909. Michigan's highest-scoring team, measured in points per game, was the 1965–66 team led by Cazzie Russell, which averaged 91.9 points per game. The program's only national championship was won by the 1988–89 team led by Glen Rice, which averaged 91.7 points per game.
Michigan Wolverines. Tournament Appearances: 30. Final Fours: 8. Championships: 1 (1989) Win-Loss: 64-29. Michigan Best Tournament Performances. TEAM BESTS. PLAYER BESTS. STAT.
As a big-time University of Michigan basketball fan, it was fun to go back through Michigan’s history and learn more about the players that helped shape where Michigan basketball stands today. Beginning in the 1908-09 season, the Wolverines have fought in the Big Ten, filled with plenty of success stories and failures.