Postgame Notes: Michigan 68, Duquesne 52
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March 24, 2014

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• Michigan finished the game with 17 assists, pushing its season total to 512. It set a new school record, breaking the previous best of 500 (1980-81).

Cyesha Goree recorded her fifth 20th point game and 13th double-double of the season with 24 points and 11 rebounds. She now has 309 rebounds on the season, two away from trying Trish Andrew's mark of 311.

Madison Ristovski is second all-time on the sophomore list for three-pointers in a season with 54.

Siera Thompson hit two three-pointers tonight, moving her to 74 on the season. She has hit at least one three-pointer in all 33 games.

• Michigan recorded its 20th win in tonight's contest, the sixth time Michigan has reached the 20-win plateau. It is the third straight 20-win season for Michigan.

• It is the fifth straight 20-win season for a Kim Barnes Arico-coached team. She is now the first coach in U-M history to string together back-to-back seasons.

Kelsey Mitchell recorded the first points of her career, hitting a pair of free throws. She also grabbed two rebounds in three minutes of action.

• Michigan is now 1-0 against Duquesne.

• Michigan more than 50 percent from the floor for the 10th time this season, moving to 9-1 in those games.

• U-M is now 20-7 when outrebounding an opponent.

Val Driscoll finished with two blocks, her 20th game this season with at least two.

• Michigan never trailed in the contest.


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