With tonight's loss, Michigan holds an 81-53 (77-49*) all-time record against Iowa. The Wolverines are now 47-20 (45-18*) in games played in Ann Arbor against the Hawkeyes.
Tonight's game was 135th meeting between Michigan and Iowa. It also was the first and only regular season game against the Hawkeyes this season.
With Iowa scoring 23 points in the first half against Michigan, the Wolverines have now held opponents to less than 25 points in the first half 11 times this season.
Iowa's win over Michigan marked the Hawkeyes' first road victory this season. Prior to tonight's game, the Hawkeyes were 0-6 (0-3 Big Ten) on the year.
By starting against Iowa, Courtney Sims and Ron Coleman extended their consecutive game streaks for the Wolverines. Both players have yet to miss a game in their respective careers; Sims has played in 121 straight, while Coleman has played in 86.
With his 29 points against Iowa, Courtney Sims posted his 12 double-digit scoring performance of the season and his fourth 20-plus point effort.
With his season-best 29 points against Iowa, Courtney Sims became the 32nd Wolverine in history to surpass 1,200 career points. He now has 1,223 career points in his four years in Ann Arbor.
Courtney Sims' 29 points against the Hawkeyes move him into 29th on Michigan's all-time scoring list. Sims surpassed Robert Traylor (1,210*, 1996-98), Richard Rellford (1,211, 1983-86) and Chris Webber (1,218*, 1992-93). * Denotes NCAA sanctions
With 11 rebounds against Iowa, Courtney Sims moved into 18th on Michigan's all-time list. Sims reached and surpassed Eric Riley (1990-93), who finished his Michigan career with 652 boards.
With his season-best 29 points and 11 rebounds against Iowa, Courtney Sims recorded his fourth double-double of the season. He now has 13 total over his four-year career.
With his 11 free throws against Iowa, Courtney Sims set a career-best for makes from the charity stripe. His previous best was nine against Northwestern in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament (March 10, 2005). He also had a career-best in attempts with 13. His previous best was 11 against the Wildcats, also at the conference tournament.
With two blocks against Iowa, Courtney Sims is now just one away from 200 in his career.
Dion Harris' five assists against Iowa give him 348 for his career and move him into eighth on Michigan's all-time list. Harris reached and surpassed former teammate Bernard Robinson Jr. (2001-04), who finished his U-M career with 364.
With his 12 points against Iowa, Ron Coleman posted his seventh double-digit scoring performance of the season.
After missing the road game at Indiana due to a mild concussion, Jerret Smith returned to action against Iowa. He played in 21 minutes and had two points, three assists and a steal.
After recording seven rebounds against Iowa, Brent Petway is now just seven rebounds away from reaching the coveted 500-rebound plateau and becoming the 37th Wolverine in history to record 500-points/500-rebounds in their career. Petway has 613 career points.
Ekpe Udoh reached the century mark for rebounds with four against Iowa. He also finished with six points and one block.
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