May 16, 2014
Michigan improved to 70-12 in the regional round and to 14-7 all-time against San Diego State.
All four of Michigan's freshmen made their NCAA postseason debuts.
U-M now has 27 games with 10 or more hits and is 24-3 in those games.
Sierra Lawrence hit the first NCAA postseason home run of her career.
Lawrence tallied her 17th multi-RBI game of the season, second most on the team. She also tied a career high with five at-bats (Feb. 22, 2013, vs. Illinois State).
Nicole Sappingfield collected her 23rd multi-hit game of the season.
Blanchard tallied her 16th multi-hit game of the year.
Lindsay Montemarano tied a career and season high with two walks (Wisconsin, May 10).
Montemarano collected her fifth multi-hit game of the year.
With her first-inning walk, Sierra Romero extended her reached-base streak to 37 games.
Taylor Hasselbach picked up her first hit in the NCAA postseason.
Lauren Sweet collected her 10 multi-hit game of 2014.
Abby Ramirez tied a career and season high with three hits (twice previously, last vs. Pittsburgh on Feb. 22).
Ramirez picked up her 10th multi-hit game of the year.
Haylie Wagner moved into sole possession of seventh place on U-M's career wins list with 73.
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