Michigan baseball ends season with loss to Nebraska and more Saturday results
A disappointing Michigan baseball season came to an end Saturday, when visiting Nebraska scored a 7-3 win at Ray Fisher Stadium.
Hampered by injuries most of the year, the Wolverines (22-34) finished below .500 for the second straight year after having a winning record during each of coach Rich Maloney’s first eight seasons.
Michigan took a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the seventh when John Lorenz hit a two-run triple to left center and scored on a double by Michael O’Neill. (Boxscore)
The Wolverines’ bullpen couldn’t protect the lead, however. Nebraska scored three runs in the top of the eight inning (two charged to losing pitcher Bobby Brosnahan, a Pioneer High School graduate) and two more in the ninth.
Toledo 12, Eastern Michigan 5: The Eagles were swept in a MAC series for the first time all season and will settle for a No. 6 seed at the MAC Tournament, which starts Wednesday in Avon, Ohio. Brent Ohrman was 2-for-5 with three RBIs and three stolen bases for the Eagles. (Details)
NCAA Central Regional: Michigan senior Matt Thompson ended his college career on his home course, shooting even-par at U-M Golf Course to finish tied for 19th at the 54-hole event. No. 6-ranked USC won the regional title, edging No. 7 Oregon by one stroke. Kent State, Virginia and TCU earned the other automatic berths to the NCAA Championships. North Carolina State’s Albin Choi was medalist with a 10-under 203. (Scores)