Postgame Notes: #12 Michigan 17, Ohio State 5 (5 Innings)

April 7, 2013

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• U-M is riding a 13-game winning streak since March 15.

Lyndsay Doyle walked twice in the first inning and once in the second. The three walks tied a career high set this season against Illinois State (Feb. 22). She leads U-M with 28 walks.

Caitlin Blanchard's RBI single in the second inning was her sixth bases-loaded hit this season. She is batting .600 (6-for-10) with 14 RBI with the bases loaded.

• Blanchard extended her hit streak to 10 games, a new career high.

Sierra Romero's second inning single extended her hit streak to 12 games, setting a new career high. It is also tied for the longest streak by a Wolverine this season (Nicole Sappingfield).

• Romero had her 15th multi-RBI game today (two), a team best.

• Romero has now reached base in 17 straight games, a team best.

Sierra Lawrence collected her 12 multi-hit game of the season, tied for second most on the team.

Ashley Lane batted 1-for-2 with two RBI.

Jaclyn Crummey collected three base hits, a new career high. She has had five games with two hits.

• Crummey also set a new career high with three runs scored.

Amy Knapp hit 1-for-2, scored two runs and knocked in one.

Kelsey Susalla is now batting .444 (4-for-9) as a pinch hitter.

Mary Sbonek entered the game as a pinch runner in the first inning and scored her fifth run of the season.

Taylor Hasselbach pinch hit in the fourth inning and stayed in the game to play third base.

• Michigan is now 13-1 in run-rule decisions.

• U-M's 17 runs marked the 12th game of double-digit runs this season. The Wolverines are 12-0 in those contests.

• U-M is now 81-20 all-time vs. Ohio State. The Wolverines have won 26 straight games at Alumni Field.

• The Wolverines are the only unbeaten team in Big Ten play.

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