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Wisconsin women’s basketball falls at home to Michigan

The Badgers fell to the Michigan Wolverines on Thursday night, 68-56.

Imani Lewis led Wisconsin with 17 points, six rebounds, five blocks and three steals. She went 7-8 on the free-throw line. Lewis has scored in the double-digits during 15 games this season.

Following Lewis, both Niya Beverley and Sydney Hilliard scored in the double-digits, shooting 11 and 10, respectively.

This game saw the return of forward Courtney Fredrickson, who had not played since sustaining an injury early in the 2018-19 season.

On a record watch, Abby Laszewski swatted two blocks and is now one block away from hitting the top ten for career blocks. She has 103.

Michigan was led in scoring by Naz Hillmon with 21 points. Amy Dilk, Hailey Brown and Kayla Robbins all score 12 points. Akienreh Johnson led in rebounds with nine.

The Badgers stay home as they host Iowa at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 19.

--UW-Madison Athletic Communications

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