Postgame Notes: Michigan 54, Wisconsin 43

Jan. 13, 2013

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• Michigan used the starting lineup of Nya Jordan, Rachel Sheffer, Nicole Elmblad, Jenny Ryan and Kate Thompson for the 10th straight game. U-M is now 9-1 with that lineup.

• U-M won its ninth straight game, its longest winning streak since winning 10 in a row during the 2001-02 season.

• Michigan is 3-0 in Big Ten play for the first time in program history.

• The Wolverines are in the midst of the best start in program history with a 14-2 record.

• Michigan overcame a nine-point deficit against the Badgers. It is the largest deficit overcome by U-M this season.

• U-M wore its maize uniforms for the third time this season. The Wolverines are 2-1 when wearing maize.

• Michigan did not score until 13:27 was left in the first half. It is the longest it has taken Michigan to score in a game this season.

• Tonight's matchup was the 60th meeting between Michigan and Wisconsin. The Wolverines now hold a 21-39 all-time record in the series. Michigan's last win against the Badgers came on Feb. 19, 2011 (68-66).

• Michigan trailed 21-19 at the half. The Wolverines are 2-2 this season when trailing at halftime.

• Shooting 8-19 from the field, Jenny Ryan eclipsed 300 career field goals made. She now has 304 made field goals as a Wolverine.

Rachel Sheffer grabbed seven rebounds, bringing her total career rebounds to 400. She is the 33rd Wolverine to reach that mark.

Jenny Ryan scored a career-high 19 points. Her previous best was 18 points against Duke on Nov. 28 and Detroit on Nov. 9.

• Michigan out-rebounded the Badgers, 35-27, the eighth game in a row to out-rebound its opponent.

• With four steals in the game, Jenny Ryan now has gone seven straight games with at least two steals. It her sixth game this season with four steals.

Kate Thompson was held without a three-pointer against the Badgers, her first game this season without a trey.

• The Wolverines had 10 steals against Wisconsin, the fourth time this season the team has put up double-digit steals.

• U-M was held to 2-of-15 shooting from the three-point line, its lowest percentage (13.3) of the season. Michigan's two three-pointers tied a season low.

• Michigan was a perfect 10-10 from the free throw line in the second half.

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