The Lady Billies got a crushing two-run homer from Paige Stacy that highlighted the evening.
Man will now travel to Buffalo to play the winner of tonight's Buffalo-Huntington St. Joe game that was postponed last night due to rain.
Marlena Frye pitched the no-hitter for Man. It's her eighth in 10 games.
She also inched closer to the state strikeout record. Frye recorded 12 strikeouts in last night's game, which puts her at 311 for the year. The record is 318.
The Lady Billies scored early and often as Burch's pitching staff struggled the entire game.
"We didn't play as well as we have been playing. We hit the ball, but we've hit better. Usually, we hit the ball a lot harder," Man coach Randy Epperly said. "I think we were looking ahead."
In the bottom of the first inning, Mercedes Sharp scored on a bases-loaded walk, and then Malorie Vance hit a fielder's choice to score Frye. Katie Bryant then belted a single to score Malorie Keffer to make it 3-0.
In the bottom of the second inning, Jaclyn Dickerson reached base on a walk and Tabby Johnson hit a fielder's choice to score Dickerson to make it 4-0.
Burch's only score of the game came when Shawnee Branham, in the top of the third inning, stole second on a wild pitch, then moved to third on a ground-out by Haley Church. Brittany Mahon was then walked and, on a double-steal, as Mahon advanced to second, Branham stole home to make it 4-1.
In the bottom of the third frame, Keffer started the hitting with a triple down the left field line and she was driven home by Stacy's single. Vance and Bryant were both walked to load the bases and Dickerson reached base on an error to score Stacy and to keep the bases loaded.
Chapman then blasted a bases-clearing triple that scored Vance, Bryant and Dickerson to make it a 9-1 lead. Johnston hit a single to shallow center field to score Chapman to make it 10-1.
Sharp reached on a pass ball on the third strike and Frye knocked in Johnston and Frye with a double.
Stacy reached on a walk and Vance hit a double to left field to score Frye and Stacy to make it 14-1.
Vance then scored on an error at third to make it 15-1.
The Lady Billies then capped the win with five more runs in the bottom of the fourth.
Dickerson led off with a double to left field and Chapman hit a fielder's choice to score Dickerson and make it 16-1.
Johnston reached on an error and moved on to third on errors. Sharp reached on a walk and Frye popped out, but scored Johnston to make it 17-1.
Keffer hit an RBI single to score Sharp and then Stacy blasted the home run over the center field fence to score Keffer and make it 20-1.
Frye fanned all three Burch batters in the top of the fifth inning to end the game.
Burch coach Jan Cisco said his team was hurting before the game even started. The Lady Bulldogs had 15 players, but only 10 showed up to play, he said. Cisco praised Man.
"Man has an outstanding team and we can't compete with teams like this," Cisco said. "Two said they were hurt and three just didn't show."
Hilary Church started on the mound for the Lady Bulldogs and was tagged with the loss. She was relieved by Maggie May and Cheri Hunt came in to finish the game.
Man improves to 20-3 on the season. Their next game is scheduled for Thursday.
Epperly said he appreciates what Coach Cisco is doing for the Lady Bulldogs.
"Jan Cisco has the right heart for this kind of game," Epperly said. "He's keeping this team alive when two others (Tug Valley and Matewan) folded their programs. I give him a lot of credit for what he's doing."
The Lady Bulldogs lose three seniors from this year's team, including Mahon, Hunt and Ashley Pelfrey.