Michigan's Women's College World Series Run Halted by No. 6 Georgia
May 27, 2009
U-M relinquished a 3-0, first-inning lead before rallying to within one but could not overcome a Women's College World Series record four homers by No. 6 seed Georgia and fell, 7-5. The loss ends Michigan's season with a 47-12 record.
ASA Hall of Fame Stadium | Oklahoma City, Okla. | May 28 - June 3
Saturday, May 30
Game 7: No. 6 Georgia def. Missouri, 5-2
Game 8: No. 4 Alabama def. No. 9 Arizona, 14-0
Despite a quick start and late surge, the No. 7-ranked University of Michigan softball team could not complete the comeback, falling to sixth-seeded Georgia, 7-5, in the loser's bracket of the Women's College World Series on Saturday evening (May 30) at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium. More...
Game 10: No. 4 Alabama def. No. 10 Arizona State, 6-2
Friday, May 29
Game 5: No. 3 Washington vs. No. 10 Arizona State
A late-inning solo home run proved the difference as the No. 7-ranked University of Michigan softball team dropped a 1-0 nail biter to top-ranked Florida in round two of the Women's College World Series on Friday evening in front of a WCWS single-session record 8,323 fans at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium. More...
Thursday, May 28
Game 2: No. 10 Arizona State def. Missouri, 7-3
No. 7 Michigan took an early lead on No. 4 seed Alabama and never looked back to win 6-1 behind Nikki Nemitz' three-hit gem and Teddi Ewing's 3-for-3 effort at the Women's College World Series. More...
Game 4: No. 1 Florida def. No. 9 Arizona, 3-0