2004-05 BKM vs. Delaware State -- Postgame Notes

With Michigan's 66-48 victory over Delaware State, the Wolverines improve to 7-1 at Crisler Arena. The Maize and Blue currently hold a 7-5 overall record.

The Wolverines recorded their highest field percentage of the season against the Hornets, shooting 58.1 percent (25-of-43). Their previous best was 52.1 percent (25-of-48) against High Point (Dec. 7).

In Michigan's 66-48 victory over Delaware State, the Wolverines doubled the Hornets' output on the glass. The Maize and Blue came away with 38 boards compared to Delaware State's 19.

Ashtyn Bell brought down a career-best two rebounds. He currently holds four career boards. He also dished off his third career assist against Delaware State.

Sherrod Harrell hit his eight career triple against the Hornets. Harrell has never recorded a game with multiple three-point baskets.

Chris Hunter shattered his previous career best in assists with a team-leading six against Delaware State. He bettered his previous high of two assists last recorded against Oklahoma (March 22, 2004).

With 15 points against Delaware State, Chris Hunter reached and surpassed the 400-point mark for his career. The junior forward currently has 406 career tallies.

With 15 points and a team-leading nine rebounds, Chris Hunter was just one board away from his second career double-double. Hunter's only double-double came against Illinois (Jan. 29, 2003) when he reached double digits for the only time in his career (10).

John Andrews matched his career best in field goals by going 3-for-5 against the Hornets. Andrews set the mark against High Point (Dec. 7).

John Andrews tied a career high with four rebounds against Delaware State. He has brought down four boards two other times, with the last coming at UCLA (Dec. 18).

With six points against Delaware State, Dion Harris reached and surpassed the 500-point mark in his young career. Harris currently holds 505 career tallies.

With his single block against the Hornets, Brent Petway reached 50 blocks for his young career. He is averaging 1.1 blocks per game in his career.

Courtney Sims matched his career best in points with a team-leading 19 points. Sims went 7-for-9 from the floor and 5-for-7 from the free throw line.

Ron Coleman recorded 13 points in his second consecutive game to match a career best. Coleman also recorded 13 points at UCLA (Dec. 18).

Coleman matched his career best in triples against Delaware State with three. After starting the season 4-for-26 from long range in 10 games, the freshman has gone 6-for-11 in his last two games.

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