No. 2 Michigan tops Illinois, posts best score since '08
No. 2 Michigan swept all four events and the all-around to improve on its program-best start, taking down Illinois for the 36th consecutive time, 197.350-195.100, on Saturday at Crisler Center. It was the Wolverines’ highest score — regular season or postseason — since March 7, 2008, vs. Georgia (197.600).
Senior Katie Zurales won the all-around (39.575), while junior Joanna Sampson was right behind in second (39.550), both new career highs.
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