Jan. 11, 2014
U-M is now 24-6 all-time in duals against Northwestern, 11-5 against Notre Dame and 2-0 against Rutgers.
Michigan has now won four straight duals over Northwestern dating back to the 2009-10 season.
U-M's dual-meet victory over No. 25 Notre Dame is its first against a ranked opponent this season.
The meeting between U-M and Notre Dame was the 16th all-time. That ties Eastern Michigan for the most duals of any non-conference opponent. The Wolverines have competed against the Fighting Irish more than six Big Ten teams (Illinois - 12 meetings; Minnesota - 11 meetings; Penn State - 10 meetings; Purdue - 10 meetings; Iowa - seven meetings; Nebraska - zero meetings).
Michigan and Rutgers had not met in the pool since the 1977-78 season (75-56 Michigan win).
This meet marked the final time U-M and Rutgers will meet as non-conference opponents. The Scarlet Knights will join the Big Ten for the 2014-15 academic year.