March 18, 2012
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With the 88-67 loss, Michigan ends the season with 20-12 overall record. The Wolverines were 8-8 in the Big Ten.
The Wolverines are now 0-2 against Oklahoma in the all-time series.
With the loss, Michigan holds a 2-5 mark in the NCAA Tournament in five appearances.
Michigan now holds a 4-10 record against teams in the Big 12, going 1-1 this season including a win over Iowa State at Crisler Center, 56-49, during the Big Ten/Big 12 Challenge (Dec. 4, 2011).
U-M stretched its three-point shooting streak to 190 consecutive games. The last time Michigan did not hit a three-pointer was during the 2005-06 season.
Michigan trailed by a score of 48-36 at halftime of today's game. The Wolverines finished 1-9 on the season in games they trailed at the break.
Coach Kevin Borseth met the Oklahoma for the first time in his career.
U-M's bench outscored OU's, 26-15. The Wolverines reserves outscoring their counterparts in 20 of 32 games this season and combined for 20 or more points in 13 games.
Michigan lost the rebounding battle, 43-33. The Wolverines finished 10-11 this season in games they were outrebounded.
Four Wolverines scored in double figures tonight: Carmen Reynolds (20), Kate Thompson (15), Courtney Boylan (12) and Sam Arnold (11).
Senior Carmen Reynolds led the Wolverines with a season- and team-high 20 points on 6-of-9 shooting, including 5-of-7 from behind the arc. Reynolds' previous season high was 16 points on two occasions.
Carmen Reynolds' 20 points marks the fourth time a Wolverine has scored 20 or more points in an NCAA Tournament game. She ranks fourth in scoring among Michigan performances in an NCAA Tournament game.
Senior Courtney Boylan recorded 12 points on 6-of-14 shooting. She scored in double digits in 26 of 32 games this season.
Junior Jenny Ryan had a team-high eight rebounds and game-high seven assists. Ryan becomes the fifth Wolverine to register seven or more assists in an NCAA Tournament game. Her performance is a four-way tie for second.
Kate Thompson led the reserves with 15 points. She scored in double figures in nine games this season and led the bench in scoring in 20 of 32 games.
For the 17th straight game, Michigan went with the starting lineup of Courtney Boylan, Nya Jordan, Jenny Ryan, Carmen Reynolds and Rachel Sheffer.