After jumping to a nine-point lead early in the second quarter, the Michigan women’s basketball team’s offense hit a rough patch. The Wolverines endured three scoreless minutes, marked by unforced errors and turnovers. So naturally, they turned to one of their leaders — sophomore guard Amy Dilk — for a spark. She responded. In a span of less than two minutes, she hit a mid-range jumper, a layup and a 3-pointer, stretching Michigan’s lead to 12 and putting the Braves’ run to bed en route to a 77-57 victory on Sunday.