April 6, 2014
Michigan is now 85-20 all-time against Ohio State and has won 13 in a row over the Buckeyes.
Maize and Blue pitchers yielded one run and seven hits in 18 innings this weekend against OSU.
U-M is now 13-0 in run-rule decisions
Taylor Hasselbach set a new career high with four home runs (previous: two in 2012).
Hasselbach now has seven multi-hit games and four multi-RBI games.
Michigan has hit seven grand slams in 2014, which ties the squad for third most all-time (2013, 2002).
U-M had its best attendance of the season with 1,930 fans at the Wilpon Complex.
Michigan's seven innings in the fifth tied the most it has scored in an inning this season (three times previously, last vs. Indiana on March 21).
The Maize and Blue is 12-1 in shutouts.
Sierra Romero collected her 15th multi-hit game of the season.
Lauren Sweet tallied the first four-RBI game of her season (career high: five on March 30, 2013 at Penn State).
Lyndsay Doyle collected her 16th multi-hit game of the season, most on the team.
Taylor Hasselbach tied a career high with five RBI in one game (last: March 15 vs. Kent State).
Abby Ramirez collected her seventh multi-hit game of the season.
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