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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

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Michigan Softball

Big bats and 'one-pitch focus' net Michigan five more wins

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY TYLER SCOTT

The Wolverines defeated Binghamton once and won twice each against Toledo and Arizona State to total five wins on the weekend in which Michigan recorded 57 runs and went deep 20 times.

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Wolverines return to Tempe, the site of last year's Regional final

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY CHRIS CROWDER

Michigan was in Tempe, Arizona playing Arizona State last year when former Wolverine outfielder Lindsay Doyle made that game-winning, home run-robbing catch. Michigan became regional champions as soon as Doyle trapped the ball in her glove.

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Montemarano ignites an already high-powered Michigan lineup

James Coller/Daily

BY KEVIN SANTO

Sophomore infielder Lindsay Montemarano was holding herself to a high standard coming into this season. Yet nine games into the Michigan softball team’s season, Montemarano had not recorded a single hit, starting 0-for-14.

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Wolverines crash party at Easton Bama Bash

James Coller/Daily

BY CHRIS CROWDER

The Wolverines went on to win to beat No. 3 Alabama, 8-2, the second of their five wins in an undefeated weekend.

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Michigan prepares for weekend showdown in Alabama

Ruby Wallau/Daily

BY TED JANES

For the third time in three weeks, the Wolverines (8-1) are going up against a top-10 opponent. Michigan has shown it can play with the best, beating No. 6 Florida State twice in one day. Next in line is the Crimson Tide.

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Thirty-one years, one philosophy for Carol Hutchins

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY KEVIN SANTO

If you spend time around the Wolverines, you’ll quickly become accustomed to Hutchins’ “one-pitch softball” idiom. This expression embodies a mentality that stresses evolving a new thought process every single pitch.

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Shut-down pitching, high-energy offense power softball through sweep

James Coller/Daily

BY TED JANES

With those nine pitches, Betsa earned her first career save and the eighth-ranked Wolverines’ (8-1) first of two victories against the Seminoles on the weekend. For Betsa, the night was still not done — it was her turn to start in the second game of the doubleheader. Allowing just two hits and one run, she pitched a complete game, helping Michigan take a 2-1 victory in the game Saturday night.

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