2003-04 BKM vs. Ohio State -- Postgame Notes

In his final game at Crisler Arena, Colin Dill made his first career start as a Wolverine. This year's co-captain has played in 22 games throughout his four-year career with the Maize and Blue.

Today's game honored Michigan seniors Bernard Robinson Jr. and Colin Dill, who made their final regular-season appearance at Crisler Arena.

With today's win against Ohio State, Michigan evens its Big Ten Conference record to 7-7.

Today's win gives the Wolverines a 43-33 all-time advantage against the Buckeyes.

Today's leap-year victory gives Michigan a 3-2 record when playing on the 366th day of the year.

With today's victory, Michigan moved to 16-4 after leading at the half. The Wolverines held a 40-31 lead going into the locker room.

With today's win, head coach Tommy Amaker evened his career coaching record against the Buckeyes to 3-3.

For the 10th time this season, the Wolverines had four players reach double digits in the contest. Today's high scorers were Lester Abram (20), Bernard Robinson Jr. (13), Brent Petway (12) and Daniel Horton (10).

Today's attendance was 13,346.

Bernard Robinson Jr.'s 13 point total in today's game gave him 1,412 for his career, jumping him to 18th place on Michigan's all-time scoring list. Robinson surpassed Terry Mills (1987-90) who previously held the spot with 1,405 total points.

Over the last four games, Bernard Robinson Jr. has a 25-8 assist-to-turnover ratio, which translates into a 3.125:1 ratio.

Bernard Robinson's four boards against Ohio State gave him 592 for his career and ties him for 25th on the all-time Michigan rebounds list. Robinson joins the likes of Josh Asselin (1997-2001) and Maurice Taylor (1994-97) for the 25-spot.

Lester Abram matched his career-high four triples today against the Buckeyes. The last time Abram hit four from long range was earlier this season against Iowa (Jan. 28).

Daniel Horton grabbed two steals this afternoon to extend his steals streak to 17 straight games. The sophomore currently has 48 swipes on the season.

For the third time in his career, Graham Brown grabbed a personal-best three steals. The last time Brown accomplished the feat was at Minnesota (Feb. 11).

With Courtney Sims' 4-for-7 performance from the floor this afternoon, he has put up 22-for-28 over the last four games for a 78.6 shooting percentage.

Brent Petway brought down a career-high eight boards this afternoon against Ohio State. Petway surpassed his previous top total of seven which he reached three other times.

Brent Petway's three blocked shots this afternoon matched a career high for the freshman forward. Petway has reached the mark two other times with the last coming against Iowa (Jan. 28).

Brent Petway hit a game-high 12 points for the second time in his young career. The other time Petway reached his career-high scoring total was against High Point (Nov. 26).

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