Michigan releases unfortunate update on senior Isaiah Livers ahead of matchup vs. Ohio State
Michigan may be without one of its key players for the remainder of the season.
Head coach Juwan Howard announced on Saturday that senior Isaiah Livers is out indefinitely with a stress injury in his right foot. Livers underwent an MRI after Michigan’s quarterfinal game against Maryland in the B1G Tournament. The Wolverines defeated the Terrapins 79-66 to advance to the semifinal round on Saturday.
Per the release from Michigan, Livers will wear a protective boot and he will begin rehabbing immediately.
Livers was an All-B1G second-team selection following the 2020-21 regular season. He averaged 13.1 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists for a Michigan team that claimed an outright B1G regular season title this year. Livers also made a team-best 50 shots from 3-point range.
During his four-year career at Michigan, Livers has played in 118 career games and has scored 987 points, needing just 13 more to become a 1,000-point scorer. He was a member of the 2018 team that won the B1G Tournament and played in the national championship.
Michigan will play Ohio State in the semifinal round of the B1G Tournament on Saturday with tip-off at 1 p.m. and coverage on CBS.