Postgame Notes: #4 U-M 10, Illinois 2; #4 U-M 6, Illinois 5

April 26, 2014

Recap |  Box Score

• Michigan improved its all-time record with Illinois to 21-6, and 9-3 at Eichelberger Field.

Sierra Romero extended her reached base streak to 30 games with a hit in each game.

Game One

• Michigan collected 10-plus hits for the 24th time this season, and is now 2x-3 when doing so.

Sierra Romero tallied her 23rd multi-hit game of the season, most on the team.

Lyndsay Doyle picked up her 21st multi-hit game of the season.

• Doyle tied Kellyn Tate for 10th on U-M's career runs scored list with 160.

Taylor Hasselbach knocked in three runs, tallying her seventh multi-RBI game.

Kelsey Susalla picked up a base hit as a pinch hitter, she is now 6-for-10 with four RBI as pinch hitter.

Lindsay Montemarano collected her third multi-hit game of the season with two singles.

Game Two

• Michigan used all three of its pitchers for the first time since Feb. 16 vs. Boston College, and for just the third time all season.

Nicole Sappingfield tallied her 19th multi-hit game of the season, third most on the team.

• Sappingfield stole her eighth base of the season, setting a new career high for one year.

Sierra Romero extended her hitting streak to seven games, tying a season high.

Sara Driesenga earned her 10th career save, moving her into sole possession of second place on U-M's career saves list (Jordan Taylor, 17).

Sierra Lawrence knocked in two runs for her 16th multi-RBI game, tying Romero for most on the team.

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