Nov. 16, 2013
U-M improves to 3-1-1 all-time against Milwaukee and 1-0-1 in the NCAA Tournament. The two teams met in the season opener (Aug. 23), with U-M winning, 3-0.
It is the largest scoring margin in an NCAA Tournament match for U-M since scoring four goals against Miami (Ohio) on Nov. 17, 2002 (second round).
With the win, U-M is now 12-9-2 all-time in the NCAA Tournament.
Should Michigan host next weekend's second and third rounds, it would be for the second time in program history. The only other time Michigan hosted second and third round matches was in 2002 (beat Miami (Ohio), 4-0, in second round and Pepperdine, 2-0, in third round).
Michigan has advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year, a feat that has not happened since the 2002-03 seasons.
U-M matched last season's win total (16).
In its 12 NCAA Tournament appearances, U-M has reached the second round eight times.
Michigan is 10-1-1 at U-M Soccer Stadium in 2013, matching last season's total.
The Maize and Blue is now 14-0-0 on the season when scoring the first goal of the match. It has scored multiple goals in 14 of its 16 wins this season.
With her two goals against Milwaukee, Nkem Ezurike became the program's all-time leading scorer in the NCAA Tournament (four career goals). She also became the fourth player in program history to record a multi-goal match in the NCAA Tournament. The last player to score at least two goals in an NCAA Tournament match was Therese Heaton vs. Miami (Ohio) on Nov. 17, 2002.
Corinne Harris became the 14th different player to have recorded at least one goal this season. It is her first goal of the season.
Sign up for Michigan Insider to be the first to learn about 2015 Michigan women's soccer ticket opportunities.