Postgame Notes: Michigan 8, Fordham 6

March 19, 2010

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• Michigan claimed victory in the first-ever meeting with the Rams. Although they did not meet, both U-M and Fordham played in the six-team NCAA Mideast Regional hosted by Georgia Tech in 1987. The Wolverines faced Dartmouth, Rider and Georgia in that regional.

• Michigan's victory extends its winning streak against NCAA opponents at the Tradition Field Sports Complex to 12 games. The Wolverines have not lost to a college team in Port St. Lucie, Fla., since falling to Illinois-Chicago on Feb. 29, 2004.

• Senior/junior 2B Anthony Toth collected his seventh multi-hit game of the season. It was the 26th multiple-hit game of his U-M career.

• Toth has three or more hits five times as a Wolverine. Today marked the first time he hit two doubles in a game.

• Sophomore DH Coley Crank was a home run away from the cycle after doubling in the third, singling in the fifth and hitting a triple in the seventh.

• Crank's two-run triple in the seventh inning proved to be the game-winning RBI, his second career 'gamer' for the Wolverines.

• Sophomore/freshman OF Kevin Krantz hit his first career home run in the third inning. Krantz added a single in the fourth inning and was 2-for-3 for his first career multi-hit game.

• Junior RHP Tyler Burgoon recorded his first save of the season and the 10th of his career. He moved into a tie for eighth place on U-M's career saves list, matching with Derek Feldkamp (10, 2003-05) and Mike Ignasiak (10, 1985-88).

• Sophomore 3B John Lorenz collected his sixth multi-hit game of the season and the 12th of his U-M career.

• Former U-M pitcher and current Mets farmhand Michael Powers (2005-08) was on hand and took in part of the game between spring training drills.

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