A much-needed asset for the Wolverines, Christner is now looking to revert to her sophomore self — mentally and physically — and lead No. 6 Michigan to the Women’s College World Series for the fourth time in the past five seasons.
The two-time Big Ten Pitcher of the Year is the only established pitcher returning to the rotation following the graduation of Sara Driesenga.
Carol Hutchins — the NCAA’s winningest softball coach — will begin her 33rd season at the helm of the Michigan program, but she has the same expectations and goals that she has every year.
Senior shortstop Abby Ramirez and senior third baseman Lindsay Montemarano had quite the summers.
The Daily recaps the top moments of the 2016 season.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — The 2016 season was supposed to be the year the No. 2 Michigan softball team would win its second Women’s College World Series championship.
Michigan’s head coach praised her team after a season-ending defeat at the hands of Florida State.
Second-seeded Michigan lost eighth-seeded Florida State 1-0 and was eliminated from the Women's College World Series.
Sophomore catcher Aidan Falk had success at the plate but trouble behind it Saturday night.
Sydney and the Sooners got the best of Sierra and the Wolverines the second time around.