Postmatch Notes: #16 Michigan 7, Purdue 0

April 20, 2014

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• The Big Ten championship is Michigan's fifth straight and sixth in program history.

• Michigan outscored its opponents 69-8 during the conference slate.

• Head coach Ronni Bernstein has won the Big Ten in five of her seven seasons. She is 69-4 during her U-M career in Big Ten action.

• Michigan went 10-0 on the road during the regular season.

• U-M's 11-match winning streak is its longest of the season.

Brooke Bolender became the second Wolverine with four Big Ten championships in a career. Mimi Nguyen (2010-13) was the first player to accomplish the feat.

Sarah Lee, Emina Bektas and Amy Zhu each finished the Big Ten schedule with 10-1 singles records.

• The women's tennis teams joins the softball team as the only U-M teams to feature at least a current five-year Big Ten championship streak. The softball team has won six straight conference crowns.

Brooke Bolender won her 110th career singles match, leaving her one shy of Denise Muresan's mark of 111.

Emina Bektas is now second on the single-season wins list, featuring 34 singles wins this season. Brooke Bolender set the standard with 35 during the 2010-11 season.