March 27, 2013
Kelsey Susalla tied a career high with four runs batted in. She made her first start since March 5 vs. Boston College.
Jaclyn Crummey knocked in her first career RBI in the first inning. She also had two hits, which ties a career high (three other times, most recent at Louisville on March 8).
Crummey stole her seventh base of the season in the first inning. She is tied with Lyndsay Doyle for the most U-M steals this season.
Sierra Romero went 1-for-3, extending her hit streak to six games. She is 8-for-10 in four games at Alumni Field.
Nicole Sappingfield had two hits and scored two runs. She is 5-for-10 against Bowling Green in three games, with five RBI and four runs scored.
Caitlin Blanchard made her first start at catcher since March 5 vs. Boston College. It was her seventh start at catcher in 2013. She made 12 starts at first base since then and 22 in all at first this season.
Blanchard had two hits, giving her 10 multiple-hit games this season, tied with Sierra Romero for the most by a U-M player.
Haylie Wagner threw 26 out of her 36 pitches for strikes. She threw first-pitch strikes to eight of the 11 batters she faced.
Brandi Virgil entered the game in the fourth inning, playing right field.
Mary Sbonek entered the game as a pinch runner in the fourth inning. It was her eighth appearance as a pinch runner and the first since March 5.
U-M batted .400 (4-for-10) with runners in scoring position.
The Wolverines are now 30-5 all-time against Bowling Green (last: 12-2 win on March 28, 2012).
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