Michigan's game against Boston University closes out a five-game December homestand during which the Wolverines went 4-1.
The loss to Boston University marks U-M's first loss this season at Crisler Arena, dropping the Wolverines' record to 7-1 at home.
The Wolverines are now 5-1 all-time against America East Conference teams.
This is the first game Michigan has lost after leading at halftime, taking its record to 8-1 after being ahead at halftime.
Michigan lost for the first time this season when leading in the rebound category. Michigan is currently 6-1 when holding the advantage on the boards.
Michigan has now scored first in all 10 regular-season contests.
Michigan has won the tip in nine of 10 regular-season games and is 7-2 after snagging the jump ball.
The loss ended Michigan's seven-game winning streak. With the win, Boston University extended its winning streak to six games. After dropping the first three contests of the season, the Terriers have won every game since.
For the ninth time this season, Michigan had three players score in double digits. Daniel Horton led the Wolverines with 15 points, Lester Abram finished with 14 points, and Courtney Sims had 10 points.
With six points on the night, Bernard Robinson Jr. raised his career total to 1,226, surpassing Dennis Stewart (1966-69) for 25th on the all-time leaderboard. Robinson is 25 points away from Eric Turner (1981-84), who occupies 24th place with 1,251 career points.
Bernard Robinson Jr. recorded two steals on the night, passing Dugan Fife (1992-96) for sole posession of seventh place on Michigan's all-time steals list with 127 swipes. Robinson is currently 11 steals away from surpassing Louis Bullock (1995-99) who holds sixth place with 137.
Michigan sophomores Lester Abram, Graham Brown, and Daniel Horton all played in their 40th consecutive game for the Wolverines tonight against Boston University.
Sophomore guard Daniel Horton tied a career high in steals with three swipes on the evening. Horton has hit that mark seven times in his career.
Daniel Horton surpassed his career high in three-point attempts with 14.
Sophomore center Graham Brown tied a career high in rebounds, bringing down 10 boards on the night.
Sophomore Lester Abram tied a career high in assists, reaching the four-assist mark for the third time this season.
Freshman forward Courtney Sims tied a career high with two successful free throws in the game.
Today's attendance was 10,419.