Falk notched two doubles and three RBI en route to a 5-1 win for the Michigan softball team against Michigan State.
The Spartans’ recent success looks meek compared to the Wolverines’ impressive play the past month, as the Michigan softball team has won 14 of its last 15 games.
Thus far, Falk has started 16 games at first base — mainly when junior Tera Blanco is in the circle — and six in right field when Blanco reassumes her role at first.
In its first time being shutout in over a month, No. 18 Michigan fell, 5-0, at the hands of the 25th-ranked Buckeyes.
While a deep level of investment and involvement from Hutchins’ coaching staff has become commonplace in the Michigan program, Hutchins doesn’t take it for granted.
Michigan’s top-ranked pitching rotation, which hasn’t surrendered a run in Big Ten play thus far, will face a Buckeye offense that hits .444 and averages over 11 runs per game.
Reaping the benefits of Alexander’s mound visits, Betsa is on the best stretch of her career.
With the rotation becoming a dominant force and the lineup starting to solidify, the 12-game win streak seems a tell-tale sign of a team that has found its groove.
With the majority of the season’s home schedule complete, the Daily looks at four main takeaways from the Wolverines’ recent success, as the pieces are slowly coming together to make them a formidable threat against Big Ten competition.
Michigan completed the weekend sweep with a 4-0 victory to earn its 12th consecutive win and seventh straight shutout.