Men's Basketball vs. Mount St. Mary's November 26, 2016

Michigan defeated the Mount St. Mary's, 64-47, on Saturday night, Nov. 26, inside of Crisler Center. The first half featured five lead changes before the Wolverines buckled down to finish the half on a 25-4 run and a 16-point lead.

The Mountaineers cut the score to within eight in the second half, but a balanced attack from the Wolverines thwarted any Mountaineer comeback as U-M went on to cruise to a 17-point victory.

Zak Irvin (14) led the Wolverines in points for the third time. He has scored in double digits in five out of six games. With 195 treys made in his Michigan career, Irvin is closing in on sixth place for all-time triples made, currently held by former Wolverine, Tim Hardaway Jr. (202).

U-M sank 11 triples, their first time this season they've recorded double-digits from deep. Six Wolverines contributed to the season-high three-pointers, led by Moe Wagner with three.

Moe Wagner was right behind Irvin with 13 points, nine of which came from deep. Wagner also grabbed six boards in his 22 minutes of play.

An all-around solid performance from Derrick Walton Jr. helped give the Wolverines an edge over the Mountaineers. Walton had 12 points, five assists and six rebounds.

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