Blanchard in Double Figures
LaVell Blanchard scored in double figures for the 22nd time in 23 games this season as he dropped in 11 points at Purdue. His performance against the Boilermakers marked the 17th straight game in which he scored in double figures.
3 for Queen
All of Avery Queen's nine points against Purdue came via the three-point shot. In 23 minutes of action, Queen shot 75 percent (3-of-4) from behind the arc on the night.
Robinson Leads Michigan
Bernard Robinson Jr. led Michigan with 13 points on 4-of-10 field goal shooting and 4-of-4 shooting from the free throw line. He added seven rebounds, five assists and a blocked shot.
Wednesday night's game against Purdue ended Michigan's stretch of four games in seven days. The Maize and Blue went 1-3 over the four-game span, with their victory coming against Penn State at Crisler Arena on Feb. 9.
24 Percent from the Field
Michigan struggled to find its legs against Purdue, shooting only 24 percent from the field (14 of 58), including 6 of 32 from three-point range.
Michigan Breaks Long-Range Mark
The Wolverines shot a school-record 32 three-point field goals in Mackey Arena and connected on six of the 32 triple attempts, led by Avery Queen's three three-pointers.
Season Low 43 Points
Michigan scored a season-low 43 points against the Boilermakers. Michigan's previous season-low point total came at Michigan State (Jan. 30) in a 71-44 loss. The Maize and Blue's 36-point defeat against Purdue is Michigan's largest margin of defeat this season.
Young 13th in Blocks
Chris Young recorded a pair of blocked shots against the Boilermakers to raise his season total to 35, tying him for 13th on Michigan's list of blocks in a season with Terry Mills (1987-88) and former post partner Josh Asselin (1999-2000).
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