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Michigan Softball

In Oklahoma City, softball prepares for first WCWS appearance since 2009

Terra Molengraff/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

Thursday night will be a battle between two experienced coaches at the helm of two strong programs. This year marks Hutchin’s 10th trip to the WCWS in her 27-year tenure at Michigan, including one national championship in 2005.

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Behind Lane’s heroics, Michigan advances to Oklahoma City

Terra Molengraff/Daily

BY ALEX TAYLOR

After falling to Louisiana-Lafayette in game two, 5-0, the Wolverines were able to come away with the victory in game three by a score of 2-1. With the win, Michigan will advance to the Women’s College World Series for the first time since 2009.

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Driesenga rebounds to send Wolverines to WCWS

Terra Molengraff/Daily

BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

Sara Driesenga had three minutes.

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Softball

Michigan overcomes late-inning drama, takes Game 1 of Super Regional

Marlene Lacasse/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

Lane secured a 4-3 victory over the Ragin’ Cajuns to put the Wolverines one win away from advancing to their first Women’s College World Series since 2009.

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Softball

Ragin’ Cajuns drop the ball, literally

Marlene Lacasse/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

Haack looked towards her pitcher in anticipation of the first out in the bottom of the eighth inning — their team two outs away from a comeback 3-2 victory. Instead, the ball popped out of her glove for strike one. It was an error that would inevitably come back to haunt Haack and her team. It was an error that cost her team the game.

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Softball

Whether it’s small ball or long ball, Wolverines prepare for Ragin’ Cajuns

Natasha Janardan/Daily

BY GREG GARNO

As the Wolverines take on Louisiana-Lafayette this weekend, they’ll need all the offense they can get against a stellar pitcher and a powerful offense.

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Softball

In the postseason, Driesenga emerges as Michigan’s ace

Marlene Lacasse/Daily

BY ERIN LENNON

Driesenga started all three games of the regional final last weekend, pitching 21 consecutive innings and two straight matchups with No. 18 California. The right-hander struck out 19 and threw two shutouts in the weekend en route to a super regional berth for the Wolverines.

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