Postmatch Notes: #14 Michigan 6, Wisconsin 1
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April 13, 2014

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• Michigan is now 26-23 all-time against Wisconsin and has won 10 in a row over the Badgers.

Annie Wierda played at No. 3 doubles today, her first action during the Big Ten season.

Emina Bektas won her 32nd match of the season, which is tied for fifth on the single-season list.

Brooke Bolender now has 109 singles wins in her career, leaving her two shy of Denise Muresan's mark of 111.

Brooke Bolender was honored prior to the match as part of Senior Day. There was also a post-match reception.

• Since coming to Ann Arbor, Brooke Bolender's teams have gone 85-22.

• Michigan is 16-1 when winning the doubles point. U-M has won the doubles point in all but one Big Ten match this season.

Kristen Dodge is 6-0 in Big Ten singles matches.

• As part of Senior Day, the team wore shirts with Brooke Bolender's last name on the back and the number "8", her lucky number.

• Michigan will clinch at least a share of its fifth straight Big Ten championship with one more win. If U-M goes 2-0 next weekend, it will win the title outright.

   

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