Postgame Notes: Michigan 72, Toledo 57
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March 21, 2010

 

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• Michigan moves to 11-7 all-time against Toledo with today's win. The Wolverines are 74-50 all-time against schools from the Mid-American Conference. The Wolverines were playing their second consecutive MAC opponent after defeating Kent State in the first round. U-M has played three MAC opponents this season.

• Michigan picks up its second postseason win of the season and moves to 4-2 in postseason action at Crisler Arena. U-M is 5-3 all-time in the WNIT with today's win and 2-1 in second-round play.

• U-M picks up its 19th win of the season with today's win, moving the Wolverines within one win of a 20-win season. If U-M should get to 20 victories, it will be only the third 20-win season in school history.

• Michigan extends its three-point field goal streak to 125 consecutive games with at least one three-pointer made. The Wolverines have hit at least one three-pointer in each game Kevin Borseth has coached at Michigan.

• The Wolverines' 15 assists is U-M's 28th game in double-figures assists. U-M has had double-figures assists in five of their last six games and had a streak of 13 consecutive games to open the season.

• U-M head coach Kevin Borseth is two wins away from his 50th career win as U-M head coach. Borseth will become the fastest coach to reach 50 wins since former head coach Sue Guevara.

• The Wolverines had three players in double figures for the first time since the regular-season finale against Purdue (Feb. 28). In that contest, Veronica Hicks (17), Krista Phillips (16) and Kalyn McPherson (10) reached double figures.

• U-M outscored Toledo, 43-23, in the second half. Michigan has outscored 19 opponents in the second half this season.

Dayeesha Hollins posted her 22nd game in double figures with 19 points in today's game. It marked her first game in double figures since scoring a career-high 27 points at Minnesota (Feb. 25). Today's game was her 11th game of 10 or more points and her third game of 19 or more points.

Carmen Reynolds extended her three-point field goal streak to eight consecutive games. She has failed to hit at least one triple in only five games this season.

Krista Phillips has posted her 19th game in double figures with a career-high 22 points in today's game. She has been in double figures in eight of U-M's last 12 games.

• Dayeesha Hollins' six assists gives her 100 for the season. She is the first known U-M freshman with 100 rebounds and 100 assists.

Carmen Reynolds posted her second consecutive game in double figures with a career-tying 21 points in today's game. She has been in double figures in 23 games this season. She has been in double figures in each of the last four games.

Carmen Reynolds 21 points marked her fourth 20-point game this season. She becomes the first Wolverine with four games of 20 points or more in one season since Ta'Shia Walker accomplished the feat during the 2005-06 season.


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