Michigan's 72-61 loss to No. 24/23 Wisconsin drops the Wolverines' record to 12-7 with a 3-2 record in conference action.
Michigan's 72-61 loss to No. 24/23 Wisconsin marks the Wolverines' second-consecutive Big Ten loss. After starting the season 3-0 in conference play, U-M has dropped contests at Indiana (Jan. 19) and against Wisconsin for a 3-2 conference record.
Michigan's 72-61 loss to No. 24/23 Wisconsin marks the first time either team has lost at home in their season series in their last 11 meetings. Coming into today's contest, the two teams had split the last 10 games (5-5) with neither team losing at home.
Michigan's loss to No. 24/23 Wisconsin gives the Wolverines a 2-3 record against ranked opponents this season.
Michigan's nine-block performance against the Badgers marks the highest team-block total since U-M recorded 12 against Sacramento State (Nov. 19). Brent Petway led the team with five while Courtney Sims blocked four.
Graham Brown matched a career-best three steals against the Badgers. Brown has recorded three steals on four other occasions.
With four rebounds against Wisconsin, Daniel Horton reached and surpassed 200 rebounds for his career. Horton currently has 202 career boards.
Daniel Horton's five assists put him over 50 assists on the season. He has dished off at least 100 assists in his previous two seasons with 122 last season and a career-best 134 in his freshman campaign.
Dani Wohl matched career bests in steals (1) and assists (1). Wohl currently has three career steals and six career assists.
After recording 16 points against the Badgers, Dion Harris reached and surpassed 600 points for his young career. Harris currently has 605 career tallies.
Dion Harris eclipsed the 200-field-goal mark after hitting five from the floor. Harris currently has 200 career field goals.
After making the start against Wisconsin, Dion Harris has played in 53 straight games for the Wolverines with 30 starts. Harris has started all 19 games this season with 27 straight starts dating back to last season.
Brent Petway recorded 10 points and 10 boards against the Badgers for the second double-double this season and in his career. Petway's other double-double came against Boston University (Dec. 14), when he recorded 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Brent Petway surpassed 100 rebounds for the season with a 10-rebound performance, giving him 109 boards on the season. He grabbed 112 as a freshman.
Brent Petway's five blocks against Wisconsin marks his seventh game this season and the 16th game of his career with multiple blocks. The sophomore's best block performance came against Sacramento State (Nov. 19) when he blocked seven.
Courtney Sims has played in 53 consecutive games for the Wolverines with 52 starts. Sims' start against the Badgers gives him 11 straight.
Courtney Sims' four blocks upped him to 101 career blocks and placed him seventh on Michigan's all-time blocks list. Coming into the game, Sims was tied for seventh with Robert Traylor (1995-98) who recorded 97 career blocks.
Courtney Sims recorded four blocks against Wisconsin to put him over 100 blocks in his young career. Sims recorded 68 as a freshman and currently has 33 this season. He has 101 career blocks.
With 10 points against the Badgers, Courtney Sims reached double digits in scoring for the tenth time this season.
Today's attendance was 13,751 tickets sold, marking the first sellout of the season.
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