May 5, 2013
Sierra Romero extended her team-best reached base streak to 32 games when she was hit by a pitch in the first inning.
Romero stole her fifth base of the season.
Romero reached base in 10 consecutive plate appearances during the series, scoring seven of those times.
Romero set a new single season best for Big Ten players in conference play with 34 runs scored.
Ashley Lane hit her 15th home run of the season, putting her in a tie with Jessica Merchant (2004) for the fifth-most by a U-M player in a single season.
Lane batted 3-for-10 in the series with five RBI.
Lane equaled the fifth-best season for a Big Ten player in conference play with 28 runs batted in.
Caitlin Blanchard knocked in four runs for the second consecutive game. She now has 12 games with multiple-RBI, the second most on the team.
Blanchard batted 5-for-8 in this series with a eight RBI.
Sierra Lawrence stole her eighth and ninth base of the season, the second time this season she has swiped two bags in one game (last: March 1 vs. Georgia Tech).
Amy Knapp collected two hits, her 13 multi-hit game of the season.
Jaclyn Crummey pinch ran in the fourth inning and stole her 11th base, tops on the team. Crummey is 11-for-12 on steal attempts.
U-M tied a season best with four stolen bases (previous: March 8 vs. Miami (Ohio)).
Assistant men's basketball coach Jeff Meyer threw out today's ceremonial first pitch in recognition of the team's national runner-up finish this season.
U-M finishes regular season play at 44-9, 20-2 in the Big Ten.
This is the first season since 1999 that U-M has won 20 games in conference play.
Michigan finished the regular season with a perfect 16-0 record at Alumni Field.
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