ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Craig Moore made four 3-pointers in the first 3 1/2 minutes and connected on another trey that gave Northwestern the lead with a minute left, lifting the Wildcats over Michigan 62-60 Tuesday night for their first Big Ten victory in more than a year.
Northwestern (8-18, 1-14) had lost 20 straight conference games, including the Big Ten tournament, after beating Penn State on Feb. 10, 2007.
The Wolverines -- who had won four of their previous five games -- tied the game with 5:46 left for the first time since it was scoreless only to fall behind 56-50.
Harris' free throws with 1:15 left gave Michigan its first lead.
Moore answered with a 3-pointer -- his career-high eighth -- and Harris turned the ball over on the ensuing possession. Wright missed a jumper that would've tied the game with 5 seconds left, then the Wildcats could be heard screaming with joy at the sparsely attended game.
In the first half, the teams alternated spurts.
The Wildcats went ahead 16-4, then Michigan scored eight straight before they had an 11-0 run. Northwestern led by as much as 19 in the first half, but the Wolverines scored the last eight points to pull to 36-25 at halftime.