The Michigan Wolverines (14-7, 4-4) put on a dominating performance against the Indiana Hoosiers (14-7, 4-4) beating them 90-60 in Ann Arbor, MI on Thursday.
Six players for the maize and blue had at least 11 points led by Derrick Walton Jr’s 21 points. Zak Irvin and Moritz Wagner each led the team with four rebounds.
Michigan started off in dominant fashion going on a 26-9 run in the first ten minutes of the contest led by a strong performance by Moritz Wagner. The team went into the half with a 50-35 lead over the Hoosiers. Derrick Walton Jr. went 5 for 5 on field goals in the half while the Wolverines as a team shot 64% from three-point range.
The team never took their foot off the gas in the second half as they finished the game shooting 63.3% from the field and 55% from three-point range. The Wolverines are now fifth in the Big Ten standings.
The team will face one of their bigger tests of the year in their next game when they travel to East Lansing, MI to take on the Michigan State Spartans at 1 p.m. EST on Sunday.