After Michigan dropped its first two contests to Oklahoma State, 6-3 and 5-4, respectively, the Wolverines recovered Sunday to defeat the Cowboys, 4-2.
Michigan is squaring up for the final three of its 19 straight road games this weekend against No. 22 Oklahoma State.
The thing that sticks out the most to Michigan coach Erik Bakich and his players about this year’s squad, though, is the enthusiasm and intensity that the team brings to the field every day.
The Wolverines’ team ERA now stands firm at 1.83 — holding their spot of fourth in the nation.
The 19th-ranked Wolverines (11-3) swept the Rainbow Warriors in a four-game set.
The 19th-ranked Wolverines will travel to Honolulu to face Hawaii for the first time since 2008.
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.
After the Michigan baseball team started the season 4-0, Michigan coach Erik Bakich wondered how the 19th-ranked Wolverines (7-3) would respond to inevitable adversity.
The Wolverines had two games canceled against UC Davis but salvaged three wins in six tries on their road trip.
When the Wolverines went 2-2 this past weekend, their first losses of the season, there was no ho-hum attitude to accompany the losses, which came amid a four-game set in California.