With Michigan's 71-65 win over Miami (Fla.) in the NIT quarterfinals, the Wolverines will travel to New York City and Madison Square Garden for the NIT semifinals (March 28) against Old Dominion. If victorious, the Maize and Blue will play in the NIT Championship game (March 30) for the second time in three seasons. The Wolverines were NIT Champions in 2004.
With Michigan's 71-65 victory over Miami (Fla.), the Wolverines improve to 21-10 overall for the 2005-06 season.
The Wolverines' 71-65 win over the Hurricanes gives Michigan an 18-5* (23-5) overall record in NIT Tournament action.
Michigan's 75-61 win over Miami (Fla.) gives the Wolverines a perfect 13-0* (15-0) NIT Tournament record at Crisler Arena.
Michigan's 75-61 win over Miami (Fla.) extends the Wolverines' postseason winning streak to 8-0 and continue the longest active winning streak in postseason tournaments.
With Michigan's 75-61 victory over Miami (Fla.), Coach Tommy Amaker now holds an 8-3 all-time record in NIT Tournament action.
Michigan's 75-61 win over Miami (Fla.) gives the Wolverines a 3-0* (4-0) all-time record against the Hurricanes after NCAA sanctions.
With 21-of-22 from the charity stripe, the Wolverines set a new NIT free throw-percentage record. Michigan overtook its 89.5 percentage (17-of-19) set against Hawaii (3/24/04) at Crisler Arena.
Michigan had four players reach double digits: Daniel Horton led the Wolverines with 19 points, Chris Hunter tallied 16 points and Lester Abram and Dion Harris each came away with 15.
Graham Browns' 10 rebounds against Miami (Fla.) push him into 20th on Michigan's all-time rebounding list. Brown currently has 621 career boards, surpassing Ken Brady (1971-73, 617).
Graham Browns' 10 rebounds against the Hurricanes give him 13 career games with 10-or-more boards.
Chris Hunter's 16 points against the Hurricanes pushes him past the 700-point mark for his career. Hunter currently has 709 career tallies.
Lester Abram set U-M NIT records in free throws and free throw percentage after going a perfect 10-of-10 from the charity stripe against the Hurricanes. It was the 15th time in Michigan history a Wolverine had gone perfect from the foul line (min. 10 attempts).
Lester Abram's 10 free throws against Miami (Fla.) matches a career best. He accomplished the feat two other teams, with his last coming against Northwestern (1/7/04).
Dion Harris' 15 points against Miami (Fla.) give him 1,121 career tallies and move him into 32nd on Michigan's all-time scoring list. He surpassed M.C. Burton (1957-59, 1,115) and Ron Kramer (1955-57, 1,119).
Courtney Sims and Ron Coleman have not missed a single game in their Wolverine careers with Sims playing in 96 games with 82 starts and Coleman playing in 62 games with 37 starts.