ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Dion Harris scored 20 points as Michigan
rolled past Fairfield 70-48 to win its fourth consecutive game
Freshman Ronald Coleman added a career-high 18 points for the
Wolverines (10-5). Teammate Daniel Horton, playing in his second
game back after missing nearly a month with a knee injury, scored
It was the last non-conference game of the season for Michigan,
which opened Big Ten play on Wednesday with a road upset of No. 14
Fairfield (6-7) was led by Terrence Todd's 15 points, while Deng
Gai added 10.
Michigan beat Fairfield last year at Madison Square Garden in
New York, 66-43. This year, the Stags were within two points with
under four minutes to play in the first half when the Wolverines
hit three consecutive 3-pointers to jump out to a 39-27 lead at the
Fairfield was as close as nine points early in the second half,
but Michigan went on an 8-0 run -- triggered by a Horton 3-pointer --
to blow the game open.