Tonight's 63-52 loss to Boston University marks the first loss for the Wolverines at Crisler Arena this season. Michigan now holds a 6-1 record in Ann Arbor.
Tonight's 63-52 loss to the Terriers breaks a 10-game winning streak at Crisler Arena dating back to last season. The last time the Wolverines lost in Ann Arbor was against Michigan State (Feb. 24, 2004).
Michigan's 63-52 loss to Boston University marks the Wolverines' second-straight loss to the Terriers. U-M currently holds a 3-2 all-time advantage over Boston.
With tonight's 63-52 loss to the Terriers, the Wolverines drop to a 6-4 record.
Sherrod Harrell made his third start of the season against Boston University. Harrell's two other starts have come against Sacramento State (Nov. 19) and against Arizona (Nov. 24) in the Preseason NIT semifinal. The junior captain has played in nine of Michigan's 10 games this season.
With a triple in the first half, Sherrod Harrell upped his career three-point total to seven. The last time Harrell hit a three-bagger was against South Florida (Nov. 11). He has never hit multiple triples in one game.
With his three assists against the Terriers, Sherrod Harrell set a new career best. Tonight's contest marks the first time Harrell has dished off multiple assists in one contest, as he has recorded one assist on nine other occasions.
Sherrod Harrell's two field goals match a career high for the junior guard. The only other time Harrell recorded two field goals was against South Florida (Dec. 11).
Sherrod Harrell played a career-best 27 minutes against Boston University. Harrell's previous best was 24 minutes, which he set a Sacramento State (Nov. 19).
Chris Hunter hit two triples against Boston University for a new career best. Hunter has hit one triple five other times in his career with the last coming against High Point (Dec. 7). His three attempts at three-point baskets also set a career high.
With today's start against Boston University, Dion Harris has played in 44 consecutive games for the Wolverines with 21 starts. After starting just 11 games all of last season, Harris has received the starting nod in all of Michigan's 10 games this year.
Dion Harris matched a career-best six assists in tonight's contest against the Terriers. Harris has dished off six assists two other times, with the most recent coming against Michigan State (Feb. 24, 2004).
With his two rebounds in tonight's game against Boston University, Dion Harris reached and surpassed the 100-rebound mark for his career. Harris currently has 101 total boards, bringing down 74 his freshman season and 27 so far in his sophomore campaign.
With tonight's start against Boston University, Courtney Sims has played in 44 straight games for the Wolverines. He was the only Wolverine to start all 34 games last season and has begun the 2004-05 season starting the first 9-of-10 games to give him 43 total nods.
Brent Petway recorded his first-career double-double against Boston with 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Brent Petway's 13 points against Boston University mark a new career best. Petway's previous best was 12, which he has recorded on three different occasions. The last time he put up 12 was at Georgia Tech (Nov. 30).
With 13 points in tonight's contest, Brent Petway reached and surpassed the 200-point mark for his young career. The sophomore forward currently has 207 tallies, recording 128 in his freshman season and 79 so far in the 2004-05 campaign.
With 11 rebounds against Boston University, Brent Petway set a new career best. His previous career high was eight which he has had three other times. The last time Petway had eight was against Notre Dame (Dec. 4).
With his three steals against Boston University, Brent Petway set a new career best. Petway's previous best was two swipes, which he has had on three different occasions. The last time the sophomore forward grabbed two was against South Florida (Dec. 11).
Today's attendance was 10,266 tickets sold.
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