May 12, 2011
Former Wolverine OF Brian Bush (1996-99) was at Wednesday's game.
Freshman OF/RHP Alex Lakatos, who is hitting .270 (31-for-115), was 3-for-4 with a double and two runs scored while starting as the leftfielder. Lakatos has eight multi-hit games this season, including three three-hit games.
Sophomore CF Patrick Biondi, who is hitting .297 (57-for-192), was 2-for-5 with two singles, one RBI and one run scored. Biondi, who has a four-game hitting streak, has scored 103 runs in 105 games in his Wolverine career. He leads the team with 34 runs scored this season.
Biondi's two-hit game was his fourth straight and team-leading 17th multi-hit game of the season. He has 38 career multi-hit games.
Freshman RF Michael O'Neill, who is hitting .306 (59-for-193) to lead the team, was 2-for-4 with a sixth-inning double and a single. O'Neill has hits in 40 of his 48 games this season and he has a four-game hit streak.
O'Neill is second on the team with 14 multi-hit games this season, including 11 two-hit games.
Sophomore/freshman 2B/catcher John DiLaura, who is hitting .214 (9-for-42), was 2-for-3 with a pair of singles and a sac bunt that set up the first Wolverine of the game in the third inning. DiLaura has a pair of multi-hit games this season.
Junior LF/catcher/DH Coley Crank, who is hitting .256 (44-for-172), was 1-for-5 with a run-scoring double. Crank leads the team with 28 runs batted in this season, pushing his career total to 103 as a Wolverine.
Crank has hits in 21 of his last 29 games and half his 44 hits have been for extra bases (22), including 14 doubles, one triple and seven homers. Crank leads the team with 14 doubles this season, giving him 33 career doubles.
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