Postgame Notes: Michigan 18, Northwestern 6
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May 3, 2014

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• Michigan scored nine runs in one inning for the first time since March 20, 2010, when Michigan had nine runs in the seventh inning of a 20-0 win over Fordham in Port St. Lucie, Fla.

• Michigan set a season high in runs scored in the18-6 win over Northwestern. Michigan's previous high was 17 against Illinois on April 12.

Kendall Patrick now leads Michigan in home runs with three after his fifth inning long ball in the Northwestern win.

Kevin White picked up his fifth career home run in the win at Northwestern. White's seventh inning home run was part of a 2-for-5 day with two RBI and two runs scored.

Travis Maezes has now reached base in 20 straight games. Maezes was 2-for-3 with three walks and two RBI.

• Maezes had a double in the fifth inning, his team-leading 17th of the season.

Jackson Glines had four RBI in the first inning of today's win over Northwestern. Glines belted a three-run home run, his first in a Michigan uniform, and had an RBI groundout in his second at-bat of the frame.

Trent Szkutnik earned his first win of the season, striking out five in seven innings of work. It was Szkutnik's seventh career win.

Dominic Jamett earned his first start of 2014 and was 1-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI in the win over Northwestern.

Cole Martin had three hits on the day in the win over Northwestern. It's Martin's eighth multi-hit game of the season.

Jacob Cronenworth had three hits in the Northwestern win. Cronenworth has four three-hit games and 11 multi-hit performances this season.


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