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Final saw a top-20 Michigan team
upset, but this year, the Wolverines
played the role of the underdog
and avenged the previous season's
Hutchins doesn't believe that's
the case though.
"I don't even think about last
year," Hutchins said. "I'm all about
2012 and I'm all about the next
game and the next pitch."
Wagner - pitching her third
game in as many days - endured
the hot weather to pick up her
32nd win. She went the distance,
allowing just five hits and one
Wagner's defense, however,
recorded three double plays to save
her from some tight situations,
"Louisville definitely came out
swinging and they had already
seen me," Wagner said.
The Wolverines got on the board
in the first inning, working pitch
counts from Louisville starter Tori
Collins, who struggled with her
"It's smart on their part because
I wasn't finding the strike zone,"
Michigan began with a walk to
sophomore left-fielder Nicole Sap-
pingfield and a single by Chidester,
before Sara Driesenga was walked
to load the bases. Junior second-
baseman Ashley Lane slapped a
single to score both Sappingfield
and Chidester for a 2-0 lead.
The Wolverines would tack on
another run in the second inning,
this time off of Louisville pitcher
Caralisa Connel, who came in for
relief of Collins. Sophomore right-
fielder Lyndsay Doyle started the
inning with a leadoff single and
advanced to second on a sacrifice
bunt and then to third on a pop
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Michigan's season ends after series loss to Nebraska
Doyle and reach base for her 31st
consecutive time this season.
Leading off the fourth inning,
Evans extended her hitting streak
to 13 games this season - the lon-
gest streak by any Michigan player
this season. She would move to
second on a Sappingfield ground-
out before Chidester recorded her
199th career RBI with a single.
Louisville would attempt a
comeback in the seventh inning
with back-to-back singles, on hits
by Alicja Wolny and Jordan Trim-
ble, though it would fall short after
Wagner closed out the inning.
"We wanted to come out and
attack them," Chidester said. "I
thought that our energy level right
from the start was great. We exe-
cuted our game plan perfectly and
it worked to our advantage."
Michigan will take on Alabama
next in a Super Regional matchup
in Tuscaloosa, Ala. The Crim-
son Tide are ranked second in the
country and won three straight
games to advance in their region.
"They're going to need good
momentum going into Alabama,"
said Louisville coach Sandy Pears-
all on Michigan's upcoming series.
"They are going to have a tough
Super Regional, but if they can do
some of the things they did this
weekend then I think they're in the
top four of the bracket."
But the Wolverines - now on a
nine-game winning streak - won't
be thinking about the College
World Series. They'll be thinking
about the first pitch on Friday.
By LIZ NAGLE Nebraska right-hander Ryan
Daily Sports Writer Hander gave up two consecutive
walks, before sophomore first
Saturday marked the end of baseman Brett Winger doubled to
the Michigan baseball season. right-center field, knocking in a
Though the farewell was bitter in pair of runs.
a rubber-match loss to Nebraska, "We just got timely hits," said
there was a semi-sweet aftertaste, sophomore right-fielder Michael
like a reminder that the weekend's O'Neill. "Our pithing obviously
series wasn't as disappointing asit held a little better on Friday than
may seem. on Thursday."
On Fri- NEBRASKA 15 In the series opener on Thurs-
day, senior MICHIGAN 2 day, the bullpen littered the
right-hander scoreboard, allowing the Corn-
Brandon Sin- huskers to score 15 runs off of 20
nery pitched NEBRASKA 5 hits. Freshman right-hander Matt
a full game MICHIGAN 6 Ogden saw the first start of his
to become rookie campaign, but had a prob-
just the sixth NEBRASKA 7 lem finding the strike zone, giving
Wolverine to MICHIGAN 3 up three walks in the first inning.
pitch more Nebraska's damage was deep
than 100 innings in a single sea- with its entire starting lineup
son. He earned the 6-5 win, giving posting at least one hit, led by cen-
up runs in just two innings. ter-fielder Rich Sanguinetti, who
"Everyone wanted to rally went 4-for-5 with four RBIs and
around Brandon because it was his three runs.
last start," said senior third base- A triplet of pitchers was yanked
man John Lorenz. "It was great from the mound and too many
that we could help him out, and it balls ended up in the dirt. Michi-
was a great way to end his career." gan coach Rich Maloney was
But the Cornhuskers (14-10 Big running out of options and sent
Ten, 34-21 overall) attacked the redshirt junior right-hander Chad
plate in the fourth frame. Third Jasman into relief and sophomore
baseman Josh Scheffert singled to catcher Cole Martin behind the
left field and advanced on the next plate.
two outs before stealing home and Putting in Martin was an easy
posting the first run on the board. choice since Maloney saw him
With runners on the corners, as a better defender all year, but
second baseman Pat Kelly cleared it seemed like a risky decision
the bases, sending a bomb to left using Jasman on the mound since
field and propelling a4-0 lead over he came in with a total of three
Michigan (8-16, 22-34). But that innings of work this season.
was the last of Sinnery's troubles, The poor defensive delivery
and the Wolverines came back in gave up the last four runs, and the
the bottom with a bit of luck. Wolverines had minimal hit pro-
duction to factor in.
"You don't feel good about it,
that's for certain," Maloney said.
"We had expectations for more....
We struggled in a lot of facets of
the game, not just one."
Though Michigan came back
with Sinnery's win, Nebraska
spoiled the high spirits in Satur-
day's rubber match. Players left
the field buried under defeat - the
season finale was anything but
"I don't feel like it's over yet -
I know it will hit me eventually,"
Lorenz said. "But seeing all the
other seniors and other families
and how emotional everyone's
getting, it's kind of depressing."
Junior right-hander Ben Bal-
lantine started the final contest,
and his performance was promis-
ing. But a string of four hurlers in
the eighth inning alone allowed
Nebraska to rally a win.
Though Michigan was left
scoreless through six frames, it
took a narrow lead in the seventh.
With two outs, freshman short-
stop Dylan Delaney struck out
swinging, but reached first base
on a wild pitch and advanced on
junior center-fielder Patrick Bion-
di's single to center field.
For the first time all season,
Lorenz was stuck in the two-hole.
But good things came from the
change in the batting order - he
tripled to tie the game at two.
"He's a good hit and run guy,"
Maloney said. "I just didn't do it
earlier in the year, but I said give
him some more at-bats, it's his
Following Lorenz, O'Neill dou-
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bled down the left-field line, tack-
ing on the leading run. He closed
the season with the team-high
batting average at .329. Though
he missed a large chunk of con-
ference play due to injury, he still
notched 30 RBIs and six home
The slim difference turned to
Nebraska's favor with the quad of
pitchers that suffered two costly
innings en route to the 7-3 loss and
Things didn't work out the way
Maloney had planned. The Wol-
verines were fairly optimistic at
the start of the season, coining
their motto "Flip It" in regards
their last place Big Ten finish in
"If you just mix a few parts in,
it can change quickly," Maloney
said. "We really believe we've got
a good young nucleus here.... We'll
have an opportunity to make big
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