Nov. 30, 2013
Friday's match was the first meeting in the series between Michigan and Virginia.
U-M is now 14-10-2 all-time in the NCAA Tournament.
U-M officially set the program record for fewest goals allowed in a season (12). The old record was set last season (17).
It was Michigan's first loss to a ranked team this season (5-1-1).
Michigan falls to 0-5-1 all-time against No. 1-ranked opponents. U-M played the No. 1 team in the country for the first time since 2006.
Virginia was the only team this season to score more than one goal on Michigan. The last time U-M allowed two goals was Nov. 2, 2012, vs. Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals.
Michigan's seven-member senior class graduates as the fourth-most successful class in program history. Together they won 53 matches since 2010.
The Wolverines dropped to 7-4 in matches decided by one goal.
Meghan Toohey scored half of her season's six goals in the NCAA Tournament.
Nkem Ezurike is the sixth player in program history to record double-digit assists in a season and first since Amy Sullivant in 2002. Ezurike finishes her career with 118 points, a program record.
Keyana Thompson-Shaw entered the match midway through the first half and played the entire second half. It was her fifth appearance of the season and first since Nov. 2 vs. Ohio State.
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