Postgame Notes: U-M 10, OSU 5; U-M 9, OSU 1

April 6, 2014

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• 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.

Game 1

• 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).

Game 2

Lyndsay Doyle collected her 16th multi-hit game of the season, most on the team.

Nicole Sappingfield tallied her 15th multi-hit game, tied with Sierra Romero for second most this season by a Wolverine.

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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