With tonight's 64-53 loss at Michigan State, the Wolverines fall to 12-8 overall and 3-3 in the Big Ten Conference.
After winning its first three conference games, Michigan has dropped its last three Big Ten contests to fall to 3-3 in the league.
The Wolverines are now 82-64 against Michigan State all-time after tonight's loss. That record includes a 7-3 mark in vacated games. Michigan is 1-11 in the last 12 meetings the Spartans.
Ashtyn Bell set a career high with two assists tonight. He had previously had one assist three times in his career.
Graham Brown hauled down four rebounds to surpass the 350-rebound mark in his career. Brown now has 352 career boards.
Chris Hunter returned from injury to score 10 points and pull down a pair of rebounds for the Wolverines. Hunter had missed the last five games after injuring his ankle at Iowa (Jan. 5)
Dani Wohl earned his first career start for the Maize and Blue. He finished the game with two assists and a pair of rebounds.
Dani Wohl set a career high with two assists tonight. He had previously had one assist six times in his career.
Dani Wohl tied a career high with a pair of rebounds. It marks the third time he has had two boards in his career.
Dion Harris played in his 54th consecutive game for the Wolverines tonight. Harris has started 30 games over that stretch, including the last 23 contests.
Dion Harris led the Wolverines with 12 points to reach double-figures for the eighth straight game.
Dion Harris shot 2-for-5 from beyond the arc tonight and now has 100 career triples. For his career, Harris is 100-300 from three-point range.
With three assists tonight, Dion Harris extended his streak of games with at least three assists to eight. Harris leads the Wolverines with 72 helpers this season.
Courtney Sims played in his 54th consecutive game for the Wolverines tonight. Sims has earned 52 starts in his career and has started all 22 Big Ten games in his two years at Michigan.
After draining his first free throw against Michigan State for 19 straight, Courtney Sims missed his first from the charity stripe in his last 20 attempts. Sims finished the game 4-of-7 from the charity stripe.
Courtney Sims recorded two blocks to post the 33rd multi-block performance of his career. Sims is seventh on U-M's all-time blocks list with 103 career blocks.
Ronald Coleman shot 2-of-6 from behind the three-point line tonight and has now hit at least one three pointer in nine of U-M's last 10 games. Over that stretch, Coleman is 21-49 (.428) from beyond the arc.
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