Baseball drops to Michigan’s No.24 on Saturday
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The University of Maryland baseball team fell to Michigan 24th, 14-3, on Saturday at Ray Fisher Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Wolverines tied the series after Maryland won the series opener on Friday, 11-8. Chris Alleyne The three-run homer in the seventh inning was all the scoring the Terps could muster today, as Maryland was limited to just six hits on the night.
What you should know
- Saturday’s loss ends a six-game winning streak for the Terrapins. The streak – completed twice already this season – connects the longest consecutive Big Ten winning streak in the program’s history.
- Maryland falls to 25-15 on the season, while Michigan improves to 26-14.
- Michigan starter Cameron Weston got the Wolverines off to a good start, working five and a three-hitting scoreless third innings.
- Meanwhile, Maryland’s pitch failed to fit into a consistent groove against Michigan, breaking a quality four-game streak with starts from Maryland.
- Jason savacool started off the hill for Maryland, taking the loss and falling to 7-2 on the season. Sean heine, Logan ott, and Gavin Stellpflug picked up the rest of the sleeves.
- Alleyne’s seventh home homer was his eighth long ball of the season and extended his team-scoring streak to 19 games.
- Maryland faces Michigan in Sunday morning’s rubber game at Ray Fisher Stadium. The first pitch is scheduled for 11:00 am and the game will be broadcast live on Big Ten Network Plus.