Postmatch Notes: #10 Michigan 6, #17 Purdue 1

March 30, 2013

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• Michigan is on its longest winning streak of the season, winning eight straight matches.

• U-M lost its first doubles point since failing to secure the point against Texas A&M on Feb. 16.

Emina Bektas won her eighth straight singles match with a straight-set win at No. 1.

• Michigan is now 33-12 all-time against Purdue.

• U-M is now 6-3 against top 25 competition in 2013.

• With the win, U-M snapped Purdue's 10-match winning streak and handed the Boilermakers their first conference loss of 2013.

• The Wolverines are now 7-1 at the Varsity Tennis Center this season.

• Michigan is now 52-3 in Big Ten matches under head coach Ronni Bernstein.