Michigan Wolverines
Overall Record: 51-12
Conference: Big Ten (1st, 20-2)
   Head Coach: Carol Hutchins

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Washington Huskies
Overall Record: 44-16
Conference: Pac-12 (3rd, 16-8)
   Head Coach: Heather Tarr

WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN THE WOLVERINES AND HUSKIES MEET

Venue: ASA Hall of Fame Stadium
Game Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
TV: ESPN / ESPN3 
 

Who to Watch for the Wolverines: P Sara Driesenga, 1.75 ERA, 31-7, 239 K; Caitlin Blanchard, .387, 29 R, 46 RBI; Sierra Romero, .383, 22 HR, 71 RBI.

Who to Watch for the Huskies: P Kaitlin Inglesby, 1.87 ERA, 23-8, 136; 1B Hooch Fagaly 48 RBI.

IN THE 2013 POSTSEASON

Michigan
Regional
    def. Valparaiso, 5-0 [ Box ]
    def. California, 5-0 [ Box ]
    def. California, 3-1 [ Box ]
Super Regional
    def. Louisiana-Lafayette, 4-3 [ Box ]
    lost to Louisiana-Lafayette, 5-0 [ Box ]
    def. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2-1 [ Box ]
Women's College World Series
    lost to Oklahoma, 7-1 [ Box ]
    def. Arizona State, 2-0 [ Box ]

Washington
Regional
    def. Portland State, 2-1 [ Box ]
    def. Hawaii, 2-0 [ Box ]
    def. Hawaii, 8-0 [ Box ]
Super Regional
    def. Missouri, 2-1 [ Box ]
    def. Missouri, 1-0 [ Box ]
Women's College World Series
    def. Nebraska, 4-3 [ Box ]
    lost to Tennessee, 1-0 [ Box ]

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MICHIGAN QUICK HITS
► Michigan posted its first hit of the WCWS in the third inning on Saturday on a double from junior Caitlin Blanchard. 

► Michigan took a 2-0 lead in the top of the third inning with a two-run home run from freshman Sierra Romero, which also plated junior Lyndsay Doyle. The blast marked Romero’s 23rd home run of the season, adding to her Michigan single-season record and moving her into 10th all-time on UM’s career list. 

► Sara Driesenga earned the win in the circle for Michigan, improving to 31-8 this season. Driesenga’s 7.0 innings of work marked her 24th complete game this season and her eighth shutout. She struck out five batters and gave up seven hits and three walks. 

WASHINGTON QUICK HITS
► Washington outfielder Victoria Hayward was thrown out attempting to steal second base in the first inning on Saturday against Arizona State. It was just the fourth time in 49 career attempts that the junior was caught stealing.

► Huskies' senior pitcher Kaitlin Inglesby fell to 23-8 on the season after giving up nine hits and six walks in 6.2 innings of work. Inglesby recorded three strikeouts on the day, with each of the three ending an inning (two came with the bases loaded).