chance of bowl: 13.6%
Meanwhile, the Michigan baseball team (7-10-1; RPI: 204) is taking on the host of the College of Charleston tournament in a doubleheader this afternoon, with both games scheduled to be seven-inning affairs. CofC (13-4; RPI: 59) began the season winning 2 of 3 over then #12 North Carolina.
Evan Hill (1-1, 4.38 ERA) is starting for Michigan in the first game, Logan McAnallen (1-1, 2.89 ERA) in the second. Jackson Lamb is not in the starting lineup for the first game and didn't play yesterday either—evidently his back must be bothering him again.
There's free streaming of both games. Here's an embed:
Huge win for Michigan today. Really needed this one.
Baseball gets the 4-3 win, bringing their record to 7-10-1 with a seven-inning doubleheader against College of Charleston coming tomorrow.
Bakich is now .500 on his career here with a 36-36-1 mark.
Runs by Zott, Romano, White and Maezes.
Szkutnik with the win, Cronenworth with the save.
The Michigan baseball team fell behind 6-0 and eventually lost 7-3 to the Princeton Tigers in St Lucie, Florida. The defense in particular had a rough day as three errors led to 4 Tiger runs. Ramsey Romano and Travis Maezes led the M attack with two hits each, but they were also the ones who committed the errors. Zach Zott drove in two runs.
The team plays again on friday against Princeton.
Michigan improves to 3-8-1 on the season in this murderers row nonconference schedule with a win in Fort Meyers. Tomorrow Michigan plays UCF.