Sept. 15, 2012
The Wolverines are now 13-4-3 all-time vs. Indiana. They have won three straight in the series.
Michigan is 8-8-3 all-time in Big Ten Conference openers. It is 3-1 all-time in openers against Indiana.
Saturday's match was the first time the two teams had met in Ann Arbor since the 2009 season.
The three-goal differential was the largest margin of victory in the series since 1999 (Michigan won 3-0 on Oct. 1, 1999). Prior to Saturday's contest, neither team had won by more than one goal in the series since 2002.
The last time Michigan allowed three shots or less in a match was Sept. 19, 2010, against Youngstown State (two shots).
Clare Stachel returned to the starting lineup on Saturday against Indiana. It was her second match of the season (both starts; other against Cal State Fullerton on Aug. 24).
Christina Ordonez also returned to the lineup, appearing off the bench as a reserve. She missed the last five matches due to an ankle injury.
Saturday's win was Michigan's sixth consecutive home victory. The last time the Wolverines won their first six home matches to start a season was 2002.
Michigan has outscored opponents by a 15-1 margin in six home matches. The only goal scored by an opponent at the U-M Soccer Stadium was by Cal State Fullerton on Aug. 24.
The Wolverines have not trailed in any of their six home matches so far this season.
Six of Michigan's seven wins have been shutouts.
With goals by Nkem Ezurike and Shelina Zadorsky, U-M has had 11 different players score at least one goal.
Nkem Ezurike now has five multi-goal matches in her career.
Haley Kopmeyer did not record a save for the second time this season (other time was Aug. 26 vs. Detroit). She has also had one match in which she recorded just one save (Aug. 19 vs. Pittsburgh).
Corinne Harris recorded her first collegiate assist on Shelina Zadorsky's goal.