In three commanding wins over the Hoosiers, the Wolverines asserted their dominance over one of the top teams in the conference.
Hutchins collected career win No. 1,458 on Saturday and added No. 1,459 on Sunday in a three-game sweep of the Hoosiers.
As strength is restored to the Wolverines’ middle infield, questions surround the rest of No. 2 Michigan (2-1 Big Ten, 24-3 overall) as it prepares for three away games in Bloomington against Indiana (3-0, 20-10).
In the midst of a breakout sophomore campaign, Blanco has become a crucial piece of Michigan’s successful start to the season.
Throughout the weekend, whenever Rabin faced pitchers from the No. 2 Michigan softball team, the Wolverines’ defense was ready for the constant slap-hitter.
The Wolverines ended up losing, 13-12, to Northwestern this weekend, after blowing an early lead and failing to complete a late comeback attempt.
Lindsay Montemarano escaped from the doldrums of inconsistency this weekend, emerging as the Wolverines’ most potent offensive force in a three-game series against Northwestern.
The Wolverines answered coach Carol Hutchins’ call to action in strong fashion, wasting no time lighting up the scoreboard.
The Wolverines’ hitting attack thrived in their 11-3 victory over the Wildcats.
Michigan allowed 11 unanswered runs and couldn’t mount a comeback in the seventh inning.