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Posted on Sat, Apr 2, 2011 : 8:37 p.m.

Michigan baseball splits with Indiana, Eastern Michigan softball sets offensive record and more Saturday results

By Staff

Kevin Krantz’s two-run home run in the seventh inning led the Michigan baseball team a 3-2 win over Indiana Saturday, but there was no late-inning drama in the second game of the Big Ten doubleheader.

The Hoosiers won that game, 10-3.

His first career home run was one of two hits in the first game for Krantz, a redshirt sophomore. Alex Lakatos earned the win with 2 2/3 innings of perfect relief of starter Bobby Brosnahan.

Brosnahan, a Pioneer High School graduate, allowed eight hits and two runs.

Michigan (7-18, 1-2) committed five errors in the second game and the Hoosiers (18-9, 2-1) chased starter Kyle Clark after he allowed seven runs -- just one earned -- through 2 1/3 innings.

Justin Cureton went 2-for-5 with a home run in the second game for Indiana.

MORE BASEBALL Bowling Green 13, Eastern Michigan 5: Jon Berti went 3-for-4 with three RBIs as Bowling Green (9-12, 3-2) handed Eastern (17-10, 4-1) its first Mid-American Conference loss of the season. Rob Wendzicki and Ben Magsig had two hits apiece for the Eagles. (Details)

Indiana Tech 11-27, Concordia 1-2: The host Warriors completed a four-game sweep of Concordia with two lopsided wins. (Details)

SOFTBALL Eastern Michigan 16-3, Western Michigan 0-4: Jenna Ignowski threw a no-hitter in the five-inning opening game of the MAC doubleheader and the Eagles’ 16 runs were the second-most runs scored by an EMU team. The offensive attack included a grand slam by Lauren Delapaz. Tara Buchanan homered for Western in their win in the second game. (Details)

Cornerstone 8-9, Concordia 5-1: The Cardinals fell to 1-15 on the season.

WOMEN’S WATER POLO Michigan 15, Bucknell 6; Michigan 19, St. Francis (N.Y.) 8: Freshman Lauren Dudley scored six goals in No. 7-ranked Michigan’s two wins at the Tiger Tournament in Princeton, N.J. Senior Cara Reitz scored four goals against Bucknell to put her 10th on the Wolverines’ all-time goal-scoring list with 118. (Details)

WOMEN’S TENNIS Michigan 7, Minnesota 0: The No. 8-ranked Wolverines won all six singles matches in straight sets and earned the doubles point at Minnesota with three easy wins. (Details)

MEN’S TENNIS Michigan 5, Wisconsin 2: Evan King’s string of 12 straight wins at No. 1 singles was broken by Wisconsin’s Marek Michalika, but the Wolverines won at the Varsity Tennis Center. (Details)

WOMEN’S GOLF Rebel Intercollegiate: Michigan remained in seventh place after the second day of the 18-team event in Oxford, Miss. (Details)

WOMEN’S TRACK Colonial Relays: The Michigan team of Taylor Pogue, Rebecca Addison, Danielle Tauro and Jillian Smith set a new meet record while winning the 4 x 1,500-meter relay in their first outdoor action of the season. (Details)