Sept. 21, 2013
Michigan is now 2-1 on the season against ranked opponents. The Wolverines defeated No. 12 Oregon in three sets on Sept. 7 and fell to No. 16 Florida State in five sets on Sept. 14.
Senior Jennifer Cross was named the Michigan Invitational's Most Valuable Player. It's her first tournament MVP of her career and the third all-tournament team honor this season. She also was named to the Xavier Invitational and the Texas A&M Invitational's all-tournament teams.
Cross recorded her 1,000th-career kill in the Ohio win. Her second kill of the night put her at 1,000 and she ended the night with 1,016. Cross joins Erwin as current Wolverines with over 1,000 career kills.
Dannemiller had a season high with 58 assists on the night. Her previous high was 52 against Florida State on Sept. 14.
Erwin recorded her third double-double of the season and 29th of her career. Erwin had 13 kills and 17 digs in the win over the Bobcats.
Sophomore Krystalyn Goode set a career high with 13 kills. Goode's previous career high was 10 set against Siena on Sept. 13.
Senior Molly Toon set a season high with 15 kills. Toon now has 30 career double-digit kill matches as a Wolverine.
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