Postgame Notes: #11 Washington 4, #7 Michigan 1

June 3, 2013

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• Michigan finished with a 1-2 record in the 2013 Women's College World Series.

• U-M is now 9-20 all-time at the WCWS.

Jaclyn Crummey collected the first postseason hit of her career when she singled in the third inning.

• Crummey picked up her first postseason RBI in the fifth when she knocked in Sierra Lawrence with U-M's only run.

Sierra Lawrence stole her 11th base of the season, placing her in a tie with Jaclyn Crummey and Lyndsay Doyle for the team lead.

Sara Driesenga induced 14 ground-ball outs. She got 10 against Washington the first time these two teams played -- a 6-1 Michigan win on March 14.

• Driesenga extended her U-M record with her 54th appearance in a season (previous: Haylie Wagner with 50 in 2012).

• Driesenga moved up to fifth on U-M's single-season innings pitched list (263.1). Jennie Ritter is in first place with the 288.2 innings she pitched in 2005.

• Driesenga tied three former U-M pitchers for seventh place on U-M's single-season complete-game list with her 26th CG (Jordan Taylor in 2008, Marissa Young in 2002, Sara Griffin in 1998).

Sierra Romero finished the season with a .841 slugging percentage, which puts her first on Michigan's career list.

• Romero becomes the first player since Samantha Findlay in 2008 to lead the team in batting average (.375), home runs (23) and RBI (71).

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