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.
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.
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.