On Senior Day, No. 7 Michigan thrashed No. 15 Indiana, 11-6, in a game the Wolverines never trailed.
The Michigan softball team is rotating senior pitcher Megan Betsa and junior pitcher Tera Blanco, and it appears to be working for the Wolverines.
The Wolverines jumped on the Falcons’ right-hander Brooke Parker early and never looked back, outlasting Bowling Green, 7-1.
In locking up a routine run-rule victory over Kent State, 11-3, in the first game of a doubleheader on Sunday, Michigan coach Carol Hutchins became the first college softball coach in history to reach 1,500-career wins.
When combining pitching with hitting in the lineup on a regular basis, you invite the danger of spreading a player’s talents thin.
In the early season, Michigan right-hander Megan Betsa is looking to stamp her legacy as one of the greatest pitchers in Michigan history with an improbable breakout senior season.
Despite finishing the Judi Garman Classic and Spring Break with a 13-5 victory Saturday over Long Beach State, Michigan coach Carol Hutchins didn’t mince words when describing her team’s performance.
After dropping two close games in Tampa, Fla. last weekend, the Wolverines now find themselves in uncharted waters heading into the ACC/Big Ten Challenge this weekend in Raleigh, N.C.
Given the Wolverines' performances at both the SPIRE D1 Invitational and the Iowa State Classic, they can glean one major takeaway from their weekend meets: they’re peaking at the right time.
The onus to fill the void of one of the most accomplished senior classes in school history may have to fall on the shoulders of the underclassmen.