The Wolverines have lost five games in a row.
The loss extended the Wolverines' losing streak to five games.
Michigan sits in second place by half a game in the Big Ten standings.
Michigan’s first hit came in the seventh inning of Wednesday’s game.
Michigan outscored Rutgers 39-7 in its three-game sweep of the Scarlet Knights.
Within about a five-minute span in the fifth inning, a toe-to-toe pitcher’s duel turned into another lopsided blowout for the No. 21 Michigan baseball team, which defeated Rutgers, 14-1, in Friday’s matchup.
The Wolverines’ offense has scored 40 runs in their past five games.
With a win Wednesday, Michigan swept its two-game series against Eastern Michigan.
Dominic Jamett is 12-for-27 in his last seven games in the starting lineup.
Michigan won the opener of its two game series against the Eagles.