Jan. 3, 2013
Michigan used the starting lineup of Nya Jordan, Rachel Sheffer, Kate Thompson, Jenny Ryan and Nicole Elmblad for the eighth consecutive game. It is one of two starting lineups for the Maize and Blue this season.
Michigan won its fourth straight Big Ten opener.
Michigan is 12-2 for the second consecutive season, tying the program mark for the best start through 14 games.
The Wolverines have held six straight opponents to less than 50 points.
U-M wore its maize uniforms for just the second time this season. Michigan also wore them against No. 4 Duke on Nov. 28.
Indiana leads the all-time series against Michigan, 42-21.
Head coach Kim Barnes Arico coached her first Big Ten game.
Indiana scored the game's first basket. It was the first time Michigan had trailed since the Western Michigan game on Dec. 15. U-M had led its opponent for the last 96:46 of game action prior to tonight's game.
Jenny Ryan recorded her fourth straight game with at least seven assists, handing out nine against the Hoosiers.
Sam Arnold recorded her third double-figure scoring game of the season, netting a career-high 17 points.
Nya Jordan recorded her first double-double of the season and third of her career with 14 points and 12 rebounds. She is the third Wolverine to record a double-double this season, joining Rachel Sheffer and Kate Thompson.
For the first time in her career, Nya Jordan reached double figures in two straight games.
Freshman Rebecca Lyttle dressed for the first time this season. She had been recovering from a knee injury.
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