Today's overtime loss to Iowa marked U-M's second overtime game of the season. Michigan previously played overtime in the preseason NIT vs. Arizona (Nov. 24). The Wolverines lost that contest 61-60.
With the loss, Michigan finished the regular season with a 13-17 overall mark and a 4-12 record in the Big Ten Conference.
The Wolverines tied a season high with nine three pointers and set a season mark with 24 three point attempts. Michigan also sank nine triples against Fairfield (Jan. 8) and hoisted up 22 from beyond the arc against Penn state (Jan. 15).
Michigan pulled down 33 rebounds today, including 18 on the offensive end. U-M's 18 offensive rebounds is the second most the Wolverines have recorded this season. Michigan had 21 offensive rebounds against Providence (Nov. 26) in the Preseason NIT.
Prior to today's game, J.C. Mathis and Dani Wohl were honored in their final home game at Michigan.
J.C. Mathis had a career high with three blocks vs. Iowa. Mathis has had two blocks four times previously in his college career.
J.C. Mathis matched his season high with six rebounds, including five offensive boards. Mathis also had six rebounds against Penn State (Jan. 15).
Dani Wohl set a new career high with six rebounds against Iowa. His previous high was four set at Purdue (Jan. 30).
Dani Wohl led Michigan with six assists to set a career high. Wohl's previous career high was four assists, which he had accomplished three times.
Graham Brown set a career high with 38 minutes played, surpassing his previous high of 37 minutes against Penn State (Jan. 15).
Dion Harris set a new career high with 25 points vs. Iowa. His previous best was 24 which he had done twice, most recently vs. Penn State (Jan. 15).
With 25 points today, Dion Harris passed 750 points for his career and 350 points in Big Ten games. Harris now has 768 career points with 367 coming in conference games.
With 25 points today, Dion Harris has scored in double figures in the last seven games. During that stretch, Harris has four 20-point performances and is averaging just over 19 points per game.
Dion Harris matched a career high with six triples today. Harris' also hit six three pointers against the Hawkeyes in last year's Big Ten Tournament (March 12, 2004).
Dion Harris set a career high with 25 field goal attempts, including 14 shots hoisted from beyond the arc. Harris' previous career highs were 22 attempts against Arizona (Nov. 24) and 10 three-point shots twice.
Brent Petway notched his third career double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds today. It is the third time Petway has accomplished the feat this season, recording 10 points and 10 rebounds against Wisconsin (Jan. 22) and posting 13 points and 11 rebounds against Boston (Dec. 14).
Brent Petway set his career high with 16 points vs. Iowa. Petway's previous career high was 14 points in U-M's first game against the Hawkeyes this season (Jan. 5).
Brent Petway tied a career high in field goals and set a career high in field goal attempts, shooting 6-12 against Iowa. Petway had previously connected on six shots three times and had taken nine shots on four occasions.
Brent Petway tied a career high in free throws and set a career high in free throw attempts, shooting 4-5 from the line against Iowa. Petway had previously connected on four free throws three times and had taken four shots from the charity stripe on five occasions.
Today's attendance was 11,574 tickets sold.
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