Feb. 23, 2013
N O T E S
Michigan has gone 12-3 at the Fluid Five/Fluid Four Challenge in six appearances at the event.
U-M fell to 2-9 in the all-time series against Long Beach and improved to 13-0 in the series against Washington & Jefferson.
Michigan's 21 goals mark its greatest output since scoring 21 against Gannon at the 2007 CWPA Western Division Championship. U-M also scored 23 a day earlier against Penn State Behrend.
With the exception of the goalies and two injured players, every player on U-M's roster has scored at least one goal this season.
Q U O T E S
Michigan Head Coach Matt Anderson
On the morning loss to Long Beach State ... "Our game plan worked. We were playing a team that drops 100 percent of the time. We had some good movement and some good shooting outside. We were tied 5-5 in the third and drew kickouts on four straight possessions and missed all four. They scored on two of their own, then we got two more and didn't score. So, at 5-5 in the third, we missed on six 6-on-5s, and they went 3-for-4. I thought we did a good job and executed the way we wanted for about half the game. Then the game kind of got away from us. They're a good team. They went 7-for-11, and we went 2-for-11. That was the difference."