Sept. 12, 2013
Michigan is 8-2-0 all-time against Detroit.
The Wolverines are 15-0-1 in their last 16 non-conference contests at U-M Soccer Stadium.
Prior to Thursday's win, Michigan had started the 1997 and 2002 seasons with 5-0-0 records, the previous record for best start ever.
With her first-half goal, Nkem Ezurike is now five away from becoming the school's all-time leading goal scorer. Her goal puts her into a tie for third on the all-time list with Amber Berendowsky (1996-99) at 40. Kacy Beitel (1997-00) is the program's all-time leader with 44 career goals.
Shelina Zadorsky became the ninth different player to score at least one goal.
Christina Murillo became the 14th different player to record at least one point.
Thirteen Michigan players attempted at least one shot on Thursday.
The Wolverines have not allowed a goal since the 1:58 mark against San Diego State on Sept. 1, a span of 268 minutes, 42 seconds.
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