Nov. 28, 2010
Tonight's game was the third meeting between these teams in the past four years with the Aggies owning a 3-0 series advantage. Texas A&M is the most common non-conference opponent in the Kevin Borseth era.
Michigan extends its three-point shooting streak to 134 consecutive games with three three-pointers tonight. The last time U-M failed to hit at least one three-pointer was during the 2005-06 season. Ironically, the last time U-M only hit one three-pointer was against Texas A&M in 2007-08.
U-M's nine-game double-figure assist streak ended tonight as the Wolverine only posted eight assists. The streak went back to last season. U-M's eight assists are the fewest all season.
Michigan had one player in double figures off the bench in Kate Thompson with a team-best 12 points. This was the third game this season U-M had a player lead them in scoring off the bench and is the second time Thompson has led U-M off the bench.
U-M moves to 11-35 when allowing opponents to score more than 60 points. U-M has allowed three opponents to score more than 60 points (Texas A&M, Xavier and Marquette); each of those games was a U-M loss.
Michigan moves to 0-2 this season against opponents ranked in the top 25. Michigan will take on four more teams currently ranked in the top 25.
Michigan head coach Kevin Borseth is six wins away from his 500th NCAA victory, which includes Division I and Division II wins. Borseth has also coached at the community college level.
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