CMU vs. Western Michigan: Postgame Notes
• Freshman Austin McBroom set a career high with seven assists and tied a career high with six rebounds.

• Senior Nick Jordan started the first game of his Chippewa career.

• CMU captured the Michigan MAC Trophy for the second time since the award's inception in 2006. The Chippewas also earned the trophy in 2010.

• CMU is 3-0 this season when scoring 70 or more points in MAC games.

• Derek Jackson tallied three steals in the game to give him 54 on the season which ties for fifth on CMU's single season chart with Melvin McLaughlin's 1983 total. The school record is 63 set by Dave Grauzer in 1979.

• Trey Zeigler recorded 22 points in the game. He now needs just nine points to reach 1,000 career points. He would become the first Chippewa to accomplish the feat as only a sophomore.

• CMU is the No. 11 seed in the MAC Tournament which begins on Monday. The Chippewas will travel to either Bowling Green or Eastern Michigan depending on the results of the four Saturday MAC games.

• Olivier Mbaigoto came off the bench to record a career-high 11 rebounds.

• CMU had 14 assists to eight turnovers. It marked just the seventh time this season that the Chippewas had more assists than turnovers.

• WMU hit the 10 of its first 14 shots in the second half (.714) but then made just one of its final 16 shots of the game. Western Michigan scored just two points in the final 6:43, a pair of free throws.

• Derek Jackson drained four 3-pointers in the game to give him a team-high 59 this season. He needs five more to tie for 10th on CMU's single season chart.

• Trey Zeigler posted his eighth 20-point game of the season and the 19th of his career with his game-high 22.

• CMU outrebounded WMU by six, 40-34. The Broncos entered the game ranked No. 2 in the MAC in rebounding margin this season at +5.1.