With today's 70-43 win against Delaware State, Michigan remained unbeaten at Crisler Arena on the season, improving to 9-0. Overall, Michigan has won its last 12 non-conference games in Ann Arbor.
With the 70-43 win, Michigan won its 10th game of the season. Overall, the Wolverines are 10-1 on the season.
Michigan is now 4-0 all-time against Delaware State.
For the 11th straight game, Michigan used the same starting lineup: Dion Harris, Ron Coleman and Lester Abram on the perimeter, with Brent Petway and Courtney Sims in the frontcourt.
With Delaware State scoring just 43 points, it marked the fourth time this season Michigan has held an opponent to 50-or-fewer points. The Wolverines are holding their opponents to 54.5 points per game.
For the third time this season, Michigan shot above 50-percent in a game. The Wolverines shot 54.3 percent against Delaware State going 25-for-46 from the field.
Michigan has shot above 40-percent on three-pointers in its last three games. Michigan shot 46.7 percent against Delaware State after going 7-for-15.
With his 12 points and 10 rebounds against Delaware State, Brent Petway recorded his third double-double of the season and the sixth of his career. In addition with his 10 rebounds he recorded his fourth double-digit rebounding performance. Petway split his rebounding performance with five offensive and five defensive rebounds against the Hornets.
With his three assists against Delaware State, Brent Petway tied a career high. It marked the eighth time in his career he has posted that mark in a game.
With his 12 points, Courtney Sims has now scored in double figures in eight games this season. He leads the Wolverines scoring 15.1 points per game.
Ekpe Udoh finished the game against Delaware State with a career-best eight rebounds. He topped the six boards he has had on three other occasions -- at Miami (Ohio) (Dec. 7), UW-Milwaukee on Nov. 15 and Eastern Michigan on Nov. 12.
Ekpe Udoh led the Wolverines with three blocks against Delaware State. He has led Michigan in blocks four games this season. He is currently second on the team with 21 blocks.
Jevohn Shepherd posted a career-best four assists against Delaware State. He topped the three he had against Coppin State on Dec. 28, 2005.