March 15, 2013
Amy Knapp, batting sixth for the second time this year, finished the day 4-for-6 with four runs batted in. She now leads the Wolverines with nine multiple-hit games.
Sara Driesenga did not allow an earned run in 8.1 innings pitched.
Jaclyn Crummey went 2-for-6 on the day and scored three runs.
Nicole Sappingfield extended her hit streak to 12 games with a knock in each contest. She now has the longest U-M streak this season (career best is 20 games).
U-M has beaten Arizona five times in a row.
Michigan turned two double plays for the second time this season (last: vs. Florida Atlantic on Feb. 17).
U-M is now 5-4 against ranked teams in 2013.
The Wolverines are now 10-9 all-time against Arizona State (last: 1-0 ASU win on March 16, 2012).
The Maize & Blue is now 9-7 all-time against Arizona (last: 8-0 U-M win on March 18, 2011).
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