Feb. 21, 2010
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Michigan moves to 18-38 all-time against Wisconsin and falls to 17-10 all-time against the Badgers in Crisler Arena. This is the first time in the last three seasons there has been a sweep in the regular-season series between the teams.
Carmen Reynolds extended her double-figure scoring streak to two consecutive games. She has been in double figures in 19 games this season and led the Wolverines in scoring for the 12th time this season.
Kate Thompson, appearing in her second consecutive game, came off the bench to score three points. She has tallied eight points in U-M's last two games.
Kalyn McPherson posted eight points off the bench. It was her first appearance in two games and the most points she has scored this season.
With her 10 points, Krista Phillips reached double-digits for the 15th time this season.
In addition, Krista Phillips moves 11 points away from becoming U-M's 20th 1,000-point scorer after registering 10 points today.
The Wolverines have made at least one three-pointer in the last 119 games. The last time U-M failed to hit at least one three-pointer was during the 2005-06 season.
For the second time in its last three games, Michigan failed to reach double-figure assists with six assists in today's game.
Michigan outrebounded Wisconsin, 33-30. It is the second consecutive game Michigan has outrebounded an opponent and is the 16th time this season. When U-M outrebounds opponents, the Wolverines have an 8-5 record this season.
U-M posted eight steals in today's game. It marks the 16th time this season the Wolverines had eight or more steals in a game and is the fourth consecutive game of eight or more steals.
U-M had 2,688 fans in attendance for today's game. It marks the sixth game this season with over 2,000 fans.
Today's game was the second annual "Pink Zone" game, benefiting the U-M Women's Health Program. The team wore special pink shoes and jerseys for the occasion. There were raffles throughout the game and an auction of three jerseys as well as a pair of autographed shoes benefiting the U-M Women's Health Program. The officials also got into the action using pink whistles.