Michigan completed the weekend sweep with a 4-0 victory to earn its 12th consecutive win and seventh straight shutout.
Since adopting the new method, the senior outfielder's bat has been red hot.
With the bases loaded in the sixth frame, Aidan Falk smacked a double to the right-field wall, scoring two and sparking the big inning the Wolverines needed to comfortably put away Northwestern, 6-0.
Betsa finished the day with a complete-game shutout and 11 strikeouts, allowing just three hits en route to the Wolverines’ 10-0 run-rule victory.
Hoping to extend their winning streak to 12 and maintain a perfect conference and home record, the Wolverines will host the Wildcats for a trio of games this weekend.
For a team that will need to beat good pitching in the Big Ten and NCAA Tournaments if Michigan hopes to accomplish its goals, its success will largely be predicated on improvement in its hitting against elite pitching.
Christner's production lifted No. 20 Michigan past the Chippewas, 2-0, in a midweek pitcher’s duel en route to the Wolverines’ ninth-straight victory.
When Michigan scores first, it has a 22-1 record this season. When the Wolverines don’t, they’re a meager 2-5-1.
The senior right-hander has tossed two no-hitters in the past eight days.
The sophomore second baseman has been equally effective with her bat and glove.