Dom Hits the Century Mark
Freshman guard Dommanic Ingerson scored the 100th point of his college career in his home state of California on Saturday with a three-point basket midway through the first half. Ingerson finished the game with a team-high 16 points on 6-of-10 shooting from the field, including 4-of-6 from behind the arc, three rebounds and two assists.
Robinson Jr. Reaches 500-Point Mark
Sophomore wing Bernard Robinson Jr. surpassed the 500-point mark for his career early in the second half. The milestone basket came on a layin, with the assist going to senior point guard Mike Gotfredson. Robinson Jr. ended the game with 13 points, four rebounds, and two steals.
Queen Shares the Wealth
Sophomore point guard Avery Queen dished out the 150th assist of his career in his home state of California on Saturday on a pass to Dommanic Ingerson that was good for a layin. The assist also gave Queen 30 for the season. Queen finished the game with five assists, four points and two rebounds.
Young Corrals 400th Rebound
In a season-high-tying 36 minutes of action senior center Chris Young pulled down his 400th career rebound in the second half of against the Dons. Though he was held scoreless, Young grabbed 11 rebounds and blocked two shots.
Senior center Chris Young recorded two blocked shots in a game for the 12th time in his career with a pair of rejections against San Francisco Saturday night. The two blocked shots bring Young's season total to 11 and his career total to 64, which ranks 10th all-time at U-M.
Returning to the Golden State
Four Wolverines made the trip to California even more special as they returned home to visit their families, friends and relatives. Leon Jones (Los Angeles), Dommanic Ingerson (Santa Barbara), Avery Queen (Moreno Valley) and Mike Gotfredson (La Jolla) all have ties to the Golden State.
Going Back to Cali
Michigan's game against the University of San Francisco is the Wolverines' first trip to the Golden State since the 1990 NCAA West Regional. The Maize and Blue defeated Illinois State in the first round (76-70, 3/16/90) but lost to Loyala Marymount in the second round (149-115, 3/18/90).
Senior center Chris Young continues to be the anchor in the middle of the Wolverines lineup. Young competed in his 97th consecutive game and made his 37th consecutive start against the Dons on Saturday.
Taking Care of the Rock
The Wolverines committed a season-low seven turnovers against San Francisco on Saturday. The seven turnovers bested their previous low of nine turnovers, which they did twice, the latest coming against Eastern Michigan (Dec. 22).