Postgame Notes: Michigan 117, Concordia 44

Oct. 29, 2013

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Caris LeVert recorded a double-double with 16 points and 10 assists. His 10 assists were one more than Concordia's nine total as a team.

• Michigan had six players score in double figures, including Glenn Robinson III (33), Nik Stauskas (23), Caris LeVert (16), Derrick Walton Jr. (11), Zak Irvin (10) and Jordan Morgan (10).

Glenn Robinson III had a game-high 33 points on 12-of-15 shooting, including 4-of-6 from beyond the arc and a perfect 5-of-5 from the free throw line.

Nik Stauskas scored 23 points, shooting 7-of-8 from the floor. Stauskas was also without a miss from the charity stripe, going 7-for-7, and hit two of his three attempted three-pointers.

Jon Horford collected a game-high 12 total rebounds, including 10 defensive boards, helping Michigan outrebound Concordia, 43-26.

• Michigan's two upperclassmen, Jon Horford and Jordan Morgan, combined to haul in 19 of U-M's 43 total rebounds (44 percent).

• Freshmen Zak Irvin, Derrick Walton Jr., Andrew Dakich, Sean Lonergan, Cole McConnell and Mark Donnal each made his collegiate debut.

• Five different Wolverines had at least three assists in the game, led by Caris LeVert's game-high 10.

• As a team, the Maize and Blue forced 23 turnovers while committing only six; no Wolverine had more than one turnover.

• After starting 5-of-10 from the floor, Michigan hit 17 consecutive shots to end the first half. U-M's hot stretch continued after halftime as Michigan made nine of its first 13 to open the second half, completing an impressive stretch on which the Maize and Blue converted on 30-of-36 FGs.

• Michigan shot 65.1 percent from the floor in the contest, sinking 41-of-63 shot attempts.

• The Wolverines had five freshmen on the court at once toward the end of the contest when Derrick Walton Jr., Andrew Dakich, Cole McConnell, Sean Lonergan and Mark Donnal took the floor.

• Thirteen Wolverines saw action, including all six freshmen.

• Michigan led by as many as 78 (3:52 remaining) and never trailed in the game.

• For the exhibition, Michigan went with the starting lineup of Spike Albrecht, Jon Horford, Jordan Morgan, Glenn Robinson III and Derrick Walton Jr.

• Today's exhibition game was sold out (12,693).

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