For the fourth straight game, Michigan used the same starting lineup of Dion Harris, Ron Coleman, Lester Abram on the perimeter, and Brent Petway and Courtney Sims in the front court.
Michigan has started the season with a 4-0 record with its 66-59 win over UW-Milwaukee. It marks the third time in four seasons the Wolverines have started off the season 4-0.
After playing against UW-Milwaukee, Dion Harris became the 50th Wolverine in U-M history to play in 100 career games. Harris is the second Wolverine to do so this season, after Courtney Sims played in his 100th contest against Davidson.
With his season-high 26 points and 10 rebounds, Courtney Sims recorded his 10th career double-double. All of his double-doubles have been by points and rebounds.
With his season-high 26-point effort against UW-Milwaukee, Courtney Sims is now just a single point away from becoming the 41st Wolverine to reach 1,000 career points.
With his 13 points and 11 rebounds, Brent Petway recorded his fourth career double-double of his career. All of his double-doubles have been by points and rebounds.
Brent Petway set a new career-best with five free throws made and tied his career best with six attempts tonight against UW-Milwaukee. Petway went 3-for-4 in the final minute, helping the Wolverines seal the win over the Panthers.
After posting three blocks against UW-Milwaukee, Brent Petway needs just a single block to become the eighth Wolverine to record 100 career blocks at U-M. He currently ranks eighth all-time in the Michigan record book.
Dion Harris has scored in double figures in three of the four games this season.
Dion Harris had a season-best four steals against UW-Milwaukee, and leads the team with 10 total steals.
Jerret Smith tied a season-best with three assists against UW-Milwaukee.
After his eight points tonight, Lester Abram is just 15 points shy (985) from becoming the 41st Wolverine to score 1,000 career points.
Lester Abram set a new career-best with six assists against UW-Milwaukee. He topped his previous best of five recorded in the 2006 season-opener against Central Connecticut State (Nov. 10) and Coppin State on Dec. 28, 2004.