With Michigan's 82-67 first-round victory over UTEP, the Wolverines hold a 16-5 all-time record after sanctions with a 21-5 all-time record overall.
With 11 three-point baskets against UTEP, Michigan set a team NIT record surpassing the nine they had against Oregon (3/30/04).
Michigan's 82 points against UTEP is the largest surrendered by the Miners this season. Their previous high was 74, which they allowed twice.
With his first free throw of the game, Daniel Horton matched his streak of 42 straight from the charity stripe that he posted earlier in the season before missing his next to end the streak.
With 14 points against UTEP, Daniel Horton moved in 14th on Michigan's all-time scoring list. He currently has 1,538 tallies, surpassing Juwan Howard (1,526, 1992-94).
With nine assists against UTEP, Daniel Horton accumulated 34 assists to become the NIT assists leader for the Wolverines in six games.
Daniel Horton's nine assists matched a personal-NIT best. He also dished off nine against Oregon (3/30/04).
Graham Brown's two rebounds against UTEP move him into a tie for 23rd with Thad Garner (1979-82) on Michigan's all-time rebound list. He currently has 601 boards.
Sherrod Harrell matched his career best of three assists against UTEP. He has dished off three assists on two other occasions.
Chris Hunter's 20 points against UTEP marks a season best. Hunter recorded 6-of-10 from the field with two triples.
With 18 points against UTEP, Dion Harris has 1,091 points, moving into 34th on Michigan's all-time scoring list, surpassing Campy Russell (1,082, 1973-74).
Courtney Sims and Ron Coleman have not missed a single game in their Wolverine careers with Sims playing in 94 games with 82 starts and Coleman playing in 60 games with 37 starts.
Troy Sanchez saw his first playing time in a Wolverine uniform, playing one minute and recording no statistics.