With Saturdays loss, Michigan is now 3-10 (2-9* NCAA sanctions) all-time against UCLA.
This was Michigan and UCLAs fifth match-up in as many seasons. With U-Ms loss, the series is now 3-2 in favor of the Bruins.
Michigan is now 1-17 all time when facing No. 1-ranked opponents. The Wolverines only win against a top-ranked opponent was against Duke on Dec. 13, 1997 at Crisler Arena.
Michigan is now 134-223 (95-178* NCAA sanctions) when facing ranked opponents.
With starts at UCLA, Courtney Sims and Ron Coleman extended their consecutive-games-played streaks at Michigan. Neither player has missed a game in their Wolverine careers, with Sims sitting at 111 straight and Coleman at 77.
Lester Abram grabbed a season-best three offensive rebounds at UCLA.
With 13 points at UCLA, Courtney Sims moves into 33rd on Michigans all-time scoring list with 1,128 career points. Sims reached and surpassed Ron Kramer (1955-57), who finished his Wolverine career with 1,119 points.
With two rebounds at UCLA, Courtney Sims moves into a tie for 23rd on Michigans all-time rebounding list with 603. Sims surpassed Thad Garner (602, 1979-82) and is now tied with John Robinson (603, 1975-77).
Jevohn Shepherd had a season-best four rebounds and one three-point basket at UCLA. He surpassed his previous best of three rebounds, which he has recorded three times, and matched the one triple he has recorded two times.
Jerret Smith posted a season-best five assists at UCLA, surpassing his previous best of four, which he recorded against Northern Illinois on Dec. 16.
DeShawn Sims matched his career-best one steal at UCLA. Sims also recorded a steal against Wofford on Dec. 2.
Ekpe Udoh matched his career-best one free throw at UCLA against the Bruins. Udoh has recorded one free throw in three other games this season, with his most recent coming at Miami (Ohio) on Dec. 7.