college roundup: Four pitchers combine on one-hitter for Michigan baseball team and more Saturday results
Brandon Sinnery pitched seven strong innings and got plenty of help from the Michigan baseball team’s bullpen in a 4-2 win over IUPU-Fort Wayne Saturday at Ray Fisher Stadium.
Sinnery, a senior right-hander, didn’t allow a hit until the seventh inning before turning it over to Trent Szkutnik, Travis Smith and James Borque to complete the one-hitter.
Borque, a freshman from Huron High School, earned his second save of the season.
John Lorenz (1-for-3) and Coley Crank (1-for-3) had RBI singles in first inning for Michigan. Crank also drew a bases-loaded walk in the seventh and Patrick Biondi (2-for-3) added a sacrifice fly in the eighth. (Boxscore)
Michigan (10-12) committed three errors, allowing IUPU-Fort Wayne (5-15) to score unearned runs in the fifth and ninth innings.
The teams complete their weekend series at 1:05 p.m. Sunday.
Mount St. Marys 15, Michigan 6: The Wolverines (1-8) led 3-1 before Mount St. Marys responded with a pair of 6-0 scoring runs at Michigan Stadium to pull away. (Details)
Michigan 7, Wisconsin 0: The No. 20-ranked Wolverines (9-5, 2-0) swept the Badgers at the Varsity Tennis Center to remain unbeaten in Big Ten play. (Details)
Michigan 6:34.1, Princeton 6:39.5, Brown 6:45.5: The Michigan two varsity eight squads swept its two events against No. 3-ranked Princeton and No. 4 Brown at Lake Carnegie in Princeton, N.J. (Details)