Postgame Notes: Michigan 3, #14 Wisconsin 0

Sept. 23, 2012

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• The win is Michigan's ninth of the season. The Wolverines had nine wins all of last season (9-8-2).

• Michigan improves to 9-12-4 all-time against Wisconsin. Additionally, Sunday's victory is Michigan's first win over Wisconsin in nearly five years (Oct. 21, 2007) and its first victory in Madison since Nov. 7, 2003.

• Eight of Michigan's nine wins have been shutouts. Sunday's win sets a new school record for consecutive shutout wins in a season. The previous was four, which was set from Sept. 23-Oct. 5, 2001.

• The Wolverines have won five straight matches for the first time since Sept. 12-26, 2004.

• Sunday's win is Michigan's first win over a ranked opponent since Oct. 31, 2010, when it beat No. 16 Illinois, 3-2, in Ann Arbor.

• It was also the Wolverines' first regular season road win over a ranked team since Oct. 22, 2010 (beat No. 23 Minnesota, 1-0, in double overtime).

• Michigan's last victory over a top-15 ranked team came on Sept. 19, 2004, when they beat No. 11 Illinois, 1-0, in Ann Arbor.

• During this current five-match winning streak, Michigan has outscored opponents by an 11-0 margin and held the edge in shots, 70-35.

• With the shutout, the Wolverines' defense has not allowed a goal in the last 450:53, a span of six matches. The school record for most minutes without allowing a goal is 618:33, accomplished Oct. 7-Nov. 9, 2001.

Nkem Ezurike now has six multi-goal matches in her career, including two this season (other: Sept. 15 vs. Indiana).

Nkem Ezurike has scored all five of her goals in the last three matches.

Christina Ordonez scored her second career goal in the victory. She also scored the game-winning goal against Pittsburgh back on Aug. 19.

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