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Friday, April 17, 2015

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Michigan Softball

Softball

Falk embracing new role behind the plate

BY TED JANES

Hitting was always routine for Falk. Currently a freshman on the No. 4 Michigan softball team, which is loaded with strong batters, she still manages to stick out to coach Carol Hutchins.

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Wagner stumbles, looks to right ship

Robert Dunne/Daily

BY TYLER SCOTT

Every athlete undergoes troubled times, and so far in 2015, Wagner is no exception. But as the season has continued, Wagner has seen her struggles grow from footnotes in otherwise-respectable outings to a full-fledged chapter in the story of her season.

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Wolverines hold position battle at the hot corner

Robert Dunne/Daily

BY KEVIN SANTO

In the first 23 games this season, Montemarano started 19 games compared to Swearingen’s four. In the previous 13 games, the time spent at the hot corner has swayed in Swearingen’s favor.

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Michigan regains a leader as Sweet returns from injury

Robert Dunne/Daily

BY TYLER SCOTT

Saturday, Sweet was substituted in as a pinch-hitter for the Wolverines in the fifth inning. When she stepped into the batter’s box for the first time since recovering from her injury, the fans roared.

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Wolverines falter late in ugly loss to Iowa

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY KEVIN SANTO

After establishing an early lead, the fourth-ranked Wolverines collapsed in the top of the sixth inning, as the Hawkeyes finally cracked the pitching code of Megan Betsa.

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Softball

Betsa shines in doubleheader sweep of Iowa

BY TYLER SCOTT

If the chilly March day didn’t hurt Iowa’s offense enough, sophomore right-hander Megan Betsa finished the job, striking out 20 batters over the span of two games. Betsa was a showstopper for the No. 4 Michigan softball team as it defeated Iowa, 6-0 and 7-4, in a doubleheader Saturday.

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Wolverines face Iowa hoping for sweep and more energy

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY CHRIS CROWDER

With a weekend series coming up, an early offensive surge is expected against Iowa.

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