June 3, 2013
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.
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).