Notes & Quotes: Long Beach State 11, Michigan 8; Michigan 21, W&J 1

Feb. 23, 2013



• 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.

• The Wolverines boast 11 hat tricks on the season. Senior Kiki Golden owns three, while freshman Bryce Beckwith has two.


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."