Nov. 15, 2010
Michigan moves to 3-2 all-time against Xavier with tonight's loss. The Wolverines also fall to 22-135 all-time against ranked opponents.
The Wolverines move to 13-15 in games televised on the Big Ten Network. Tonight's game was one of at least 10 games that Michigan will have televised on national TV this season, including a game on ESPN2.
Veronica Hicks and Carmen Reynolds each extended their current streaks in tonight's game. Hicks' has started 58 consecutive games, while Reynolds extends her three-point shooting streak to 13 consecutive games.
The Wolverines extend their three-point shooting streak to at least one three-pointer in each of the last 129 games. The last time Michigan failed to hit a three pointer was during the 2005-06 season.
With 22 assists in tonight's game, Michigan extends its double-figures assist streak to seven consecutive games. Additionally, Michigan has posted 20 or more assists in each of its last two games. U-M also posted 22 assists in its upset of Xavier last season.
Michigan's bench has outscored each of its last two opponents. U-M's bench is averaging at least 20 points per game and so far is outscoring its opponent's bench by 29.0 points per game.
Several Wolverines set career highs in tonight's game. Carmen Reynolds' seven assists is a new career high. Her previous high was four assists, which she had reach on three separate occasions, while Jenny Ryan's 13 points are also a new career high; her previous high was 12, which she set on three occasions last season. Additionally, Rachel Sheffer also posted a new career best with 10 points, which is also her first game in double figures this season.
Carmen Reynolds led Michigan in rebounding for the first time this season and the seventh time in her career.
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