Postgame Notes: Michigan-Purdue
March 4, 2018

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Michigan

  • Michigan earned its second Big Ten Tournament title in as many years.
  • Michigan is now 22-17 all-time in the Big Ten Tournament.
  • The team improves to 2-1 in the championship game of the tournament.
  • Michigan is now 2-1 against Purdue in the tournament.
  • Michigan's win marks the first time a No. 5 seed has won the tournament.
  • The win marks the third time a team has won back-to-back tournament titles and the first since Ohio State did so in 2010 and 2011.
  • Jon Teske (14), Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman (15), Zavier Simpson (10) and Moritz Wagner (17) scored in double figures in the contest. At least four Michigan players scored in double figures in each game that the Wolverines played in the tournament. Abdur-Rahkman, Simpson, and Wagner all scored in double figures in each of Michigan's games in the tournament.
  • Teske's 14 points are a personal tournament career high and mark only the third time in his career scoring in scoring double figures.

Purdue

  • Purdue is now 14-20 all-time in the Big Ten Tournament.
  • Purdue is now 1-3 in tournament finals.
  • Purdue is now 1-2 against Michigan all-time in the tournament.
  • Purdue out-rebounded Michigan 38-26.
  • Isaac Haas (23), Carsen Edwards (12) and Nojel Eastern (11) scored in double figures in the contest. Eastern's 11 points are a career-high. Edwards and Haas scored in double figures in each of Purdue's tournament games.