Scott Tousa (Sr. 2B)
The 2001 tri-captain Tousa played in all but one of the Wolverines” games this spring. He hit 4 home runs and batted .325 while leading Michigan in runs scored (52), walks (26) and stolen bases (14). He also went errorless in Big Ten play, leading the team in fielding percentage (.987) and assists (172).
Rich Hill (So. LHP)
The 6-foot-5 lanky lefty led the Wolverines in strikeouts (72) and opponents batting average (.199). He finished the season 3-5 with a 3.84 ERA.
Bobby Wood (Jr. RHP)
The Wolverines” hardest-throwing right-hander was a late entry to the
starting rotation. By the end of the year, Wood was 5-3 with the lowest ERA among the team”s starting pitchers (2.57).
Jeff Trzos (Jr. LHP/1B)
The biggest player on Michigan”s roster (6-foot-6, 225), Trzos lead the
Wolverines with four saves and a 1.64 ERA. He also led the team with 18 appearances on the mound.
Bobby Korecky (Jr. RHP)
Korecky may lack the major league”s typical physical size and power, but his
skills and work ethic are tremendous. He finished 6-4 with an ERA of 3.35 and an out-of-this-world eight complete games in twelve starts.