Despite picking up a win in Sunday’s game to avoid getting swept, the Wolverines struck out 34 times over the weekend.
Despite solid defense by Michigan, its offense was stymied by host No. 9 Arizona State for its only defeat of the weekend.
The 19th-ranked Wolverines’ final two games against UC Davis were canceled due to the rain, leaving them with a 3-3 record in their trip to California.
Michigan topped St. Joseph’s and upset No. 10 California but lost to Cal Poly and Santa Clara.
Jaskie tossed six innings, allowing just three hits and recording nine strikeouts on his way to picking up the win Sunday.
Despite flashes of excellence at the plate, the series was headlined by the Wolverine pitching staff’s dominance.
This weekend, as Michigan prepares to play against Canisius, it hopes to avoid a repeat of last season.
The No. 3 Michigan women’s gymnastics team honored Chip Hills, who passed away from stage IV pancreatic cancer before Thanksgiving last year, with a “purple out” at the Crisler Center.
Michigan’s 16.550-point defeat was the result of a number of critical mistakes.
Michigan has lost just once to the Buckeyes in its last 48 meetings.