It was an easy week for the softball team, as summer starts filling the streets and classes are all finished. Hutchins' squad is finishing a three-game set today with Penn State, having won the first two - 17-1. They lead today, 7-0.
Yesterday, Michigan added thousands more to its leading number of alumni worldwide. This includes the student-athletes:
There have been plenty of families walking around Ann Arbor this week, lots of photos being taken, and even more annoyed drivers than usual. Pretty soon, things will quiet down.
In a similar vein, a number of Michigan's athletes found out where they'll be working this next year.
Former Michigan QB Devin Gardner, who's converting to WR, is signing with New England Patriots, per source. Following @Edelman11 QB-WR path.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 2, 2015
Thankful to say I have signed as a free agent with the ravens!— Brennen Beyer (@BrennenBeyer) May 2, 2015
Even though Mike Babcock may be moving on, Dylan Larkin is doing pretty well, thank you very much:
Team USA and Red Wings prospect Dylan Larkin improve to 2-0 at World Championship http://t.co/uAy49Pylb0— MLive.com Red Wings (@RedWingsMLive) May 2, 2015
And rowing, too.
Great 2V8 race: Michigan (6:30.10) edges Louisville (6:32.60) by half a boat length. #RowBlue— Michigan Rowing (@umichrowing) May 2, 2015
While the track and field teams took in California during some non-scoring action, Chris Maye ran across Jessica Alba and CT Fletcher.
Finally, baseball is also in action today, having split a pair of games with #16 Iowa. An ugly loss (13-7), then a beautiful win (11-5), and now a 1-0 Iowa lead heading into the fourth inning. Good luck, guys, and Go Blue.