March 7, 2013
- Head Coach Kim Barnes Arico is now one of six current Big Ten head coaches to win their Big Ten Tournament debut (Lisa Bluder - Iowa - 2001; Suzy Merchant - Michigan State - 2008; Connie Yori - Nebraska - 2012; Jim Foster - Ohio State - 2003; Sharon Versyp - Indiana - 2006).
- Michigan improves to 11-18 in the Big Ten Tournament.
- Michigan has won seven consecutive games against the Hoosiers. It is the Wolverines' first Big Ten Tournament win over Indiana (1-3).
- Sophomore guard Nicole Elmblad recorded her first career double double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. The 14 points is a career high, while the 10 rebounds matches her career best. Her seven field goals made is also a career best.
- Senior forward Nya Jordan had a game-best 13 rebounds.
- Michigan opened the game with a 12-0 run and never trailed.
- It is the 10th time this season Michigan has held an opponent under 50 points, including all three meetings with the Hoosiers.
- The Wolverines finished with a 32-10 advantage in points in the paint.
- Michigan finished with a 45-30 advantage on the glass. It is the fourth time this year Michigan has ended a game with a rebounding margin of +15 or greater.
- All nine Wolverines that entered the game put points on the board.
- Senior forward Aulani Sinclair set the school career three-point field goal percentage record, finishing her four years at 37.2 percent (183-for-491).
- With six three-point baskets tonight, the Hoosiers added to their single-season school record, closing the year with 78.
- Trailing 22-6, Indiana went on 15-7 run to cut the Wolverines' lead to 29-21 with less than two minutes to play in the first half.
- Senior guard Jasmine McGhee finished with 12 points, her fifth-straight double-digit outing and 20th of the season. It marked the 12th time this year she has led the Hoosiers in scoring.
- Senior forward Linda Rubene had a career-best three blocked shots.
- The Hoosiers finished with a season-low nine turnovers.
- Indiana is now 14-19 in the Big Ten Tournament.
- The Hoosiers' bench contributed 15 of the team's 40 points, led by six each from senior forward Sasha Chaplin and junior center Simone Deloach.
- Freshman guard Nicole Bell led the team with four assists, just one off her career best.