Nov. 6, 2013
Due to rain in the Champaign area, the venue was changed late Tuesday night. The matches were initially slated to be played at the Illinois Soccer Stadium (natural grass) but were instead moved to the First and Stadium Turf Fields. Two matches were played simultaneously side by side at 1:30 p.m. (the other being Penn State/Wisconsin) and the remaining two were played at 4:30 p.m. (Nebraska/Minnesota, Indiana/Illinois).
Michigan drops to 14-3-2 all-time against Iowa.
The Wolverines are now 17-12-3 all-time in the Big Ten Tournament.
Iowa's second-half goal snapped Michigan's shutout streak at 397:17. It was the first goal the U-M defense allowed since Oct. 20 vs. Purdue.
U-M is now 7-1-1 this season when tied at halftime and 0-3-1 when scoring zero goals. When Michigan scores at least one goal, it is 15-0-0.
The Wolverines fall to 6-3-0 in matches decided by one goal and is now 10-3-0 when outshooting the opponent.
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