Postgame Notes: Michigan 67, Indiana 40 (Big Ten Tournament First Round)

March 7, 2013

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• All nine Wolverines that saw playing time scored four or more points in the contest.

• Senior guard Kate Thompson finished the contest with eight points, four rebounds and two assists. Her only field goals came on a pair of second-half three-pointers.

• With two three-pointers, Kate Thompson tied for second place in Big Ten history with 106 made threes this season. She is currently tied with Ohio State's Caity Matter (2002-03).

• Sophomore guard Brenae Harris scored a career-best four points, tallying a pair of layups in the first half. Her previous best was three points against Ohio State in last year's Big Ten quarterfinals.

• Freshman guard Madison Ristovski tallied her first career Big Ten Tournament points. Ristovski scored a layup on a fast break in the first half and added a jumper and one free throw in the second half to finish with five points.

• Sophomore Cyesha Goree tallied her first career conference tournament points, netting four points and one rebound in the final few minutes.

• Michigan outscored Indiana in the paint, 32-0, including a 22-6 margin in the first half.

• The Wolverines out-rebounded the Hoosiers, 45-30, for the game. U-M held a 23-16 edge in the opening half.

• U-M had a 19 assists compared to eight turnovers.

• Michigan used the starting lineup of Jenny Ryan, Kate Thompson, Nicole Elmblad, Nya Jordan and Rachel Sheffer for the 23rd time this season.

• With a start in today's game, Jenny Ryan tied the program mark for games played in a career at 127. She is tied with Krista Phillips (2007-10). Ryan has started 126 times in her career.

• Ryan scored five points and added three assists.

• With the victory, Michigan is now 1-3 against Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament.

• U-M has won seven straight games over Indiana.

• The Wolverines are 11-18 all-time in the Big Ten Tournament.

• Michigan wore its maize uniforms for the eighth time this season.

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