Michigan is in the NCAA Tournament and will open play in the First Four against Tulsa in a Wednesday night play-in game in Dayton.
Should the Wolverines knock off Tulsa, they’ll face No. 6 seeded Notre Dame in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center on Friday.
Tulsa is ranked 58th by KenPom.com. The Golden Hurricanes went 20-11 this season and lost to Memphis in the first round of the AAC tournament. The Golden Hurricanes are the most experienced team in the country, per KenPom, with four seniors and one junior in the starting lineup.
Michigan is bracketed in the East Region, with regional games set to be played in Philadelphia, PA.
Beilein has coached in the NCAA Tournament 10 times and this is his sixth tournament appearance in nine seasons at Michigan. Beilein is 16-9 in NCAA tournament games, taking Michigan to the National Championship game in 2013 and the Elite Eight in 2014. He is 10-5 in tournament play during his tenure at Michigan.
Michigan-Tulsa is set for a 9:10 p.m. tip-off on truTV on Wednesday night.