Postgame Notes: Miami (Fla.) 76, Michigan 59
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March 31, 2010

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• Michigan moves to 2-2 all-time against Miami with tonight's loss. Michigan and Miami last met during the 2007-08 season in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.

• Michigan went 4-1 at home during the postseason WNIT this season. The Wolverines have an all-time record of 6-3 at Crisler Arena in the WNIT. Prior to today's game U-M had not lost a WNIT game at home since 2002.

• The Wolverines' 21 wins this season are the second most wins for the program. It is the most wins in the Kevin Borseth era and the most wins since the 1999-2000 season.

• Today's loss was the first double-figure loss for the Wolverines since falling to Michigan State, 61-50, in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament. Prior to today's game U-M was defeating its WNIT opponents by an average of 24.3 points.

• U-M concluded the season with seven wins in its final nine games. The lone losses came to Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament and tonight's loss to Miami (Fla.)

• The Wolverines were the last Big Ten women's basketball team standing. U-M was one of five Big Ten teams in the WNIT and advanced the semifinals of a national tournament for the first time in program history.

Krista Phillips' three blocks in tonight's game was the most blocks by a Wolverine in the WNIT.

Dayeesha Hollins posted her 24th game in double figures with 15 points in tonight's game. Hollins posted three games in double figures in postseason WNIT action.

• Michigan extended its three-point field goal streak to 127 consecutive games with at least one three-pointer made. U-M's last went without a three-pointer during the 2005-06 season.

• Michigan's 11 assists marked the 31st game this season with double-figure assists. Michigan's 462 assists this season ranks fourth on U-M's single-season assists list.


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