Nov. 19, 2012
Michigan set a program best by holding Seton Hall to 29 points. The previous low (NCAA era) was 34 points against Kent State on March 19, 2010. U-M allowed just 21 points to Jackson Community College on Feb. 14, 1974, for the all-time mark.
U-M held Seton Hall to six first-half points. The previous low was nine to Alcorn State on Nov. 12, 2010.
Michigan is 3-1 all-time against Seton Hall.
Head coach Kim Barnes Arico is 13-4 all-time against Seton Hall. Barnes Arico's teams have won the last nine match-ups against the Pirates.
With a three-pointer by Kate Thompson in the first half, Michigan has now hit a three-pointer in 194 consecutive games.
Michigan started the game on a 9-0 run that lasted 7:19.
U-M is now 3-0 when holding a halftime lead.
Kate Thompson scored a career-high 19 points. Her previous best was 18 against Detroit on Nov. 9, 2012. She also grabbed seven rebounds, tying her career high.
Sophomore forward Cyesha Goree made her season debut. She had two points and one block in three minutes of action.
Freshman guard Symone Denham made her career debut, playing one minute.
Rachel Sheffer recorded her fourth double-figuring scoring game of the season and the 45th of her career. She is the only Wolverine to reach double digits in all four games.
Nicole Elmblad tied her career high of eight points. She previously scored eight on Feb. 5, 2012, against Michigan State. Her two blocks also set a new career best.
Michigan held Seton Hall to 15 percent shooting (9-for-59), the lowest by an opponent this season.
U-M shot nearly 53 percent (28-for-53), its highest shooting percentage of the season. It is also the second time the Wolverines have shot at least 50 percent from the field this season.
Nya Jordan scored her first points of the season, hitting four free throws in 11 minutes of action. Jordan also grabbed six rebounds, her highest total of the season.
The Wolverines out-rebounded their opponent for the second consecutive contest, winning the battle on the glass, 43-33. U-M is 1-1 this season when out-rebounding its opponents.