staff, May 31, 2015

White-hot Michigan is headed to the Women's College World Series final.

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The third-seeded Wolverines rallied past No. 5 LSU, 6-3, on Sunday for their third come-from-behind win in the last four games and their 28th consecutive victory.

Leadoff hitter Sierra Lawrence broke a 3-3 tie in the bottom of the sixth inning with a bases loaded two-run double down the third base line, and the Wolverines (59-6) added an insurance run on a double steal.

Haylie Wagner (24-2) earned the win in relief, her second in as many games, surrendering just two hits and a walk in the final 3.1 innings.

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Sierra Romero hit her 22nd homer of the season to break Michigan's career home run record (63) and put the Wolverines on the board in the bottom of the third inning.

Michigan, which won the 2005 NCAA crown, will face top overall seed Florida in a best-of-three series starting Monday night.

Florida outlasted SEC rival Auburn, 3-2, in nine innings earlier Sunday to advance to the finals.