Despite losing the series to Indiana, the Michigan baseball team holds a 1.5 game lead in the Big Ten standings over the Hoosiers.

The 6-5 win on Sunday afternoon prevented Indiana from completing the series sweep and allowed the Wolverines’ seniors to grab a win in their final regular season game at Ray Fisher Stadium.

Sophomore left-hander Angelo Smith escaped a seventh-inning jam in Tuesday’s 7-0 win

After barely surviving the top of the inning with the bases loaded and only one out, the Wolverines’ offense came to life — capitalizing on a throwing error, a hit-by-pitch and a wild pitch. The game was put out of reach for in-state rival Michigan State as Michigan went on to win 7-0.

Sophomore catcher Joe Donovan recorded two hits in the sixth inning Sunday.

The Wolverines got off to a quick start Sunday en route to a 13-1 win against Maryland, completing a three-game sweep.

Junior outfielder Jordan Brewer hit a home run in Michigan's win against Maryland.

COLLEGE PARK – The Michigan baseball team (33-11) beat Maryland, 10-4, Saturday to clinch another weekend win in their three-game road series in College Park. Every member of the Wolverines’ lineup reached base at least once in a comfortable victory over the Terrapins.

Sophomore outfielder Jesse Franklin led Michigan over Maryland.

COLLEGE PARK – The Michigan baseball team beat Maryland, 10-7, in the first contest of a three-game road series on Friday behind strong hitting throughout its lineup.

The Michigan baseball team swept Rutgers this weekend.

The Wolverines were just better than the Scarlet Knights, in every sense of the word.

Sophomore catcher Joe Donovan hit a walk-off home run against Rutgers.

Sophomore catcher Joe Donovan hit a three run, walk-off homerun that was gone as soon as it left the bat. Michigan (31-11 overall, 11-3 Big Ten) won 4-1 over Rutgers (17-24 overall, 7-8 Big Ten) for the weekend sweep.

Junior center fielder Jordan Brewer hit a go-ahead home run in the third inning on Michigan's 10-1 victory.

The Michigan baseball team moved up to the No. 1 spot in the Big Ten rankings after losses from Nebraska and Indiana on Friday. The team lived up to its new –– possibly short-lived –– position Saturday afternoon, winning 10-1 against Rutgers to bring the weekend series count to 2-0.

Michigan outfielder Jordan Nwogu scored on the first Wolverines' at-bat.

The Wolverines' chances continued to rack up, eventually giving Michigan (29-11 overall, 9-3 Big Ten) an 8-3 victory over Rutgers (17-22 overall, 7-6 Big Ten).


It was ranked No. 10 in the country –– the highest ranking a Big Ten recruiting class has ever received –– and tallied seven freshman All-American awards. Almost two years in, they’ve lived up to expectations.