Dec. 18, 2010
Michigan moves to 9-12 all-time against Detroit with today's loss. The win was Detroit's first win over Michigan in its last six tries.
Michigan extends its three-point field goal streak to 139 consecutive games. The Wolverines have made at least one three-pointer in each game in the Kevin Borseth era.
The Wolverines move to 0-4 this season when failing to reach 60 points. In each of U-M's double-figure losses, it has been held to less than 50 points. Michigan is 6-1 this season when scoring at least 60 points.
Dominique Dixon became the third player this season to score 20 or more points on the Wolverines. Kelsey Bolte from Iowa State was the last U-M player to record 20 points.
U-M extends its double-figure assist streak to three consecutive games. Michigan has three times this season recorded 20 or more assists and opened the season with five consecutive games with double figures assists.
U-M's 30 percent (18-of-59) field goal shooting from the floor was the lowest field goal percentage of the season. Prior to today's' game, U-M's lowest field goal percentage was 36.5 percent against Iowa State on Dec. 5.
U-M went into halftime break trailing for just the fourth time this season; U-M is 1-4 when it trails at halftime and is 5-1 when leading at the halftime break.
Michigan head coach Kevin Borseth and Detroit head coach Autumn Rademacher know each other really well. The pair coached together for four years at UW-Green Bay, winning three Horizon League regular-season titles and two league tournament titles and made two appearances in the NCAA Tournament.
Michigan head coach Kevin Borseth is three wins away from his 500th NCAA victory, which includes Division I and Division II wins. Borseth has also coached at the community college level.