March 31, 2012
Fifth-year senior Trevor Yealy extended his goal streak to six games with his pair of scores against Harvard. Yealy has a team-best 17 goals on the season.
Michigan entered the contest averaging 12.5 turnovers the last two contests, and had 12 turnovers at the half against Harvard. U-M ended the contest with 22 turnovers to Harvard's 18.
Freshman Will Meter tallied a career-high three assists, giving him 11 on the season and making him the lone Wolverine with double-digit helpers.
Michigan has now scored first in seven of the last nine games.
With his two goal effort, Thomas Paras continues to pace U-M in points with 22, and has eight goals over the last three contests.
The 13-stop effort for goalie Emil Weiss marks the fourth time this season he has eclipsed the 10-save mark, as he previously accomplished the feat against Jacksonville (15), Loyola (11) and Mount St. Mary's (10).
Harvard's Jeff Cohen had a game-high seven scores for the Crimson, one off the school record.