Feb. 16, 2011
Tonight's game was the 60th meeting between the Wolverines and Hoosiers. With the victory, Michigan moves to 18-42 all-time against Indiana and has won two straight games in the series.
Michigan moves to 14-3 on the season when scoring 60 or more points. In the Kevin Borseth era, U-M is 47-2 when scoring 70 or more points and is now 7-0 when scoring more than 80 points.
The Wolverines improve to 10-4 overall and 5-2 in Big Ten action in games played at Crisler Arena. U-M has one Big Ten games remaining at home this season.
Michigan moved to 14-0 when keeping the rebounding margin to less than 10.
In Big Ten action under Kevin Borseth, U-M has dropped only one game when scoring at least 70 points. That was an 86-71 loss to Michigan State during the 2009-10 season.
U-M also moves to 12-2 when leading at halftime this season. The Wolverines' last loss after leading at halftime was against Purdue on Jan. 6.
Michigan's 45 first-half points marked a season high for the first half. The previous high was 44 against Xavier on Nov. 15.
U-M extended its three-point shooting streak to 153 consecutive games. The last time Michigan did not hit a three-pointer was during the 2005-2006 season.
The Wolverines' 13 three-pointers mark a season high. U-M's previous season high was 12 three-pointers, which it last accomplished Dec. 1 against Wake Forest.
The Wolverines' 15 assists mark the 21st time with 10 or more assists this season. Michigan now holds a 15-6 record when posting double-figure assists. Michigan has failed to reach double figures in only four games this season.
Carmen Reynolds led the team in scoring for the third time this season with 19 points. Additionally, Reynolds has been in double figures in 11 games this season.
Kate Thompson (18 points) set a career high for points; she did this coming off the bench. Thompson's eclipsed her previous high of 16 points, which she set against Ohio State on Dec. 30.
All of Rachel Sheffer's points came from the line for the second consecutive game. Additionally, she set a career high for free throws as she was 15-of-18 from the line. Her previous career high was six, which she set against Illinois on Feb. 6. Additionally, Sheffer's 15 free throws is a new Crisler Arena record.
Five Wolverines were in double figures for scoring in the game tonight: Reynolds (19), Thompson (18), Sheffer (15), Courtney Boylan (14) and Veronica Hicks (11). U-M last had five players in double-figure scoring against Xavier on Nov. 15.
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