Nov. 3, 2012
Michigan hit a season-high .451. The previous season high was .392 in a straight-set win over Eastern Michigan on Sept. 14. It is the highest percentage by the Wolverines since they hit .473 in a 3-0 win over Cleveland State on Sept. 9, 2005.
Michigan never trailed in either the second or third set. Michigan jumped out to a 4-0 lead in set two and went up 2-0 in the third set.
All 14 players saw action for the Maize and Blue. This included Olivia Reed's first game action in a Michigan uniform. Reed had a kill, a dig and assisted on a block in the second set.
Ten of the 14 players had kills, while 11 Wolverines had a dig.
Michigan is now 12-3 in three-set matches.
U-M now leads the all-time series with Iowa, 35-26.
Michigan swept a Big Ten weekend for the second time this season. The Wolverines defeated Illinois on Oct. 10 and Northwestern on Oct. 13 at home this year.
Lexi Erwin had double-digit kills for the eighth consecutive match. It also is the 23rd time on the season and 48th in her career.