Michigan scored 10 runs yesterday against Wisconsin in a 10-2 after Hutch made a massive lineup overhaul that included benching almost half of the starting lineup.
It really worked.
#19 Michigan took on Wisconsin today in the rubber game of the series.
Michigan returned to offensive form that was last seen at the start of B1G play back in March.
The Wolverines jumped out to a 3-0 lead on a 3-run blast in the top of the 1st inning by Tera Blanco.
Michigan tacked on another run in the next inning when the new starter at 3B--Alex Sobczak--doubled in a run to make it 4-0 Michigan.
A few innings later, Aidan Falk's first-pitch RBI single and a wild pitch with bases loaded put Michigan up 6-0.
Katie Alexander has rounded into an impact catcher. After last year's roller coaster experience behind the plate where multiple players had time, Michigan has finally found their catcher.
Katie had two pick offs at 2B today. In addition to that, she had a leadoff triple and then a 2-run double to put the game into run rule territory in the final inning.
Megan Betsa of course got the Ks in the bottom of the 5th, and that was that. An efficient, Michigan Softball style win.
Michigan beats Wisconsin 8-0 in 5 innings. The first back-to-back run rule wins since the PSU series which were Michigan's last run rule wins prior to yesterday.
After only 18 runs scored in a 7 game stretch the last 3 weeks, Michigan has scored 18 runs in the last 24 hours.
That's why Hutch is the greatest of all-time.
Michigan is now 34-10-1 and 14-3 in the B1G. The Wolverines FINALLY return home to Alumni Field next weekend for a series with Indiana. It will be senior weekend and the first home series for Michigan in a month.