Jan. 27, 2011
Today's game was the 55th meeting between Michigan and Ohio State and the second meeting this season. Michigan moves to 8-47 all-time against the Buckeyes and picks up its first sweep of Ohio State in program history. The win is U-M's first in Columbus since the 2000-01 season and ends a seven-game road losing streak in Columbus.
The win gives Michigan its fourth over a ranked opponent this season. The Wolverines move to 4-3 against ranked foes this season and pick up their second road win over a ranked opponent this season. U-M also defeated No. 13 Iowa on the road.
Michigan was making its seventh appearance on the Big Ten Network this season. U-M moves to 5-2 overall this season when playing on the Big Ten Network and to 3-1 in Big Ten games on BTN. In addition to both games against Ohio State, U-M also defeated Iowa on the Big Ten Network.
The win marks U-M's third road conference win; the last time Michigan won three Big Ten road games was during the 2007-08 season. U-M's record for Big Ten road wins is five set last during the 2000-01 season.
Michigan moves to 13-2 when scoring 60 or more points.
U-M extended its double-figure assists streak to five consecutive games and in 11 of its last 12 games. Michigan has only failed to reach double figures in three games this season.
The Wolverines extend their three-point streak to 148 consecutive games. Michigan has hit at least one three-pointer in each game since the 2005-06 season.
Michigan moved to 13-0 when keeping the rebounding margin to less than 10.
Jamillya Hardley made her first appearance since the Michigan State game on Jan. 9.
U-M held Jantel Lavender to a career-low 10 points. Lavender has been in double figures in every game of her collegiate career.
Rachel Sheffer set a new career high with 23 points, marking her first career 20-point game. Her previous career high was 19 points against Boston College this season on Dec. 22.
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