ANN ARBOR, MI (WHBL) - The Wisconsin men's basketball team jumped out to a big leadon Sunday and held on to win at Michigan, 75-62. The Badgers won their sixth game in their last eight at Crisler Arena, and the first since 2011. Wisconsin opened with a 14-4 lead before going up by 15 at the break, as the Wolverines scored a season-low 19 points in the first 20 minutes. Michigan got to within three with about six minutes left, after completing a 9-0 run. Frank Kaminsky then scored on back-to-back trips to increase the margin to seven, and the Badgers made all 10 of their free throws down the stretch to seal their fourth straight victory. Kaminsky led the 21st-ranked Badgers with 25 points -17 in the second half - and he added 11 rebounds. The Wisconsin offense played a clean game, committing just two turnovers in 60 possessions. Caris LeVert scored 25 for 15th-ranked Michigan, which remains in a first-place tie in the Big Ten despite dropping three of five. The Wolveries are now 10-3 in the conference, and 18-7 overall. Wisconsin is 8-5 in the Big Ten, and 21-5 overall. Their next game is on Saturday at Iowa.