It's been a good few months for the Hutchinson family.

In November, Aidan Hutchinson led his Michigan Wolverines to their first win over Ohio State in a decade. He went on to help Michigan win its first Big Ten championship since 2004 and qualify for the College Football Playoff for the first time in school history. He followed all that up in April when he was drafted No. 2 overall by the Detroit Lions.

Now his older sister is getting in on the act.

Aria Hutchinson was crowned Miss Michigan this past weekend, beating out 77 other contestants. The 23-year-old grew up in Plymouth as part of a football family. Her father, Chris Hutchinson, starred at Michigan in the early '90s and then had a short stint in the NFL. Aidan Hutchinson, the family's latest football product, was on hand for her big moment.

Aria Hutchinson is a 2021 graduate of the University of Michigan, where she earned a degree in neuroscience. She has worked as a medical scribe and yoga instructor, according to Conan Daily.

Aria wrote on Instagram after winning the title:

Years in the making. Years of discovery, evolution, and dreaming of this moment. Can’t begin to convey my gratitude for everyone who’s supported me on this journey. I can’t wait to use this title for good, helping and inspiring as many people as possible. What a gift this is! Today I can humbly say that I am Miss Michigan USA 2022!!

Aria will go on to represent Michigan in the Miss USA pageant this November.

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