2-10-2012 NCAA D1 Scores




TOP 25
ESPN/USA Softball pre-season poll


1.  Arizona State upset by McNeese State 3-1/ vs Northwestern

2.  Alabama def Memphis 8-0

3.  California def Tennessee 13-5

4.  Florida ppd

5.  Missouri

6.  Oklahoma def CSU Bakersfield 6-0/ def UNLV 5-0

7.  Baylor def Wichita State 5-1/  def  Iowa 4-0

8.  Arizona loses to Georgia Tech 2-1/ loses 11-10 to Nebraska

9.  Tennessee lost to Cal 13-5/ def Texas Tech  1-0

10.  Stanford def CS Northridge 13-1/ lost to TAMU10-9

11.  Oregon def UC Santa Barbara 10-2 (5)/ lost to New Mexico 7-6

12.  Georgia def Army 10-0

13.  UCLA def Kentucky 12-0

14.  Washington def SJSU 9-4

15.  Texas A&M def Stanford 10-9/lost to BYU 3-2

T16. Michigan def Louisiana Tech 7-6

T16.  Oklahoma State def North Texas 2-0/ def Sam Houston State 5-0

18.  Kentucky def Pacific 3-2 / lost to UCLA 12-0

19. Texas def UTSA 15-0 

T20.  LSU lost to  Penn State 5-3

T20. Nebraska def  Arizona 11-10

22.  Houston def Yexas A&M CC 10-0 (5)

23.  Georgia Tech def Arizona 2-1/def Oregon State 9-8

24. Louisiana-Lafayette ppd

25.  Notre Dame


Alabama 8, Memphis 0.  Jackie Traina 1-hitter.  Bama scored on a sac fly in the 1st, then took command with a 5-run 3rd; Locke solo shot; Hunt 2-run blast; Braud 2-run single. The Tide reached run-rule in the 5th on rbi’s by Fenton and Locke’s walkoff single.

Texas A&M 10, Stanford 9.  Mel Dumezich edged Teagan Gerhart, both with 7 Ks.  Dumezich broke a 4-4 tie, top 4th, with a 2-run shot, but Stanford answered with four in thr bottom, a Becerra homer, Miller double and Rich triple.  May led the Aggies 5th with a solo; the Aggies regained the lead with Villareal’s 2-run blast in the 6th.  The Cardinal tied on Miller’s rebi triple in the bottom.    TAMU took the lead for good on Morgan’s one-out homer top 7th.  Villareal’s 3-run homer top 2nd had given TAMU a 4-1 lead.  But Rich tied the score with a 3-run shot bottom 3rd.

Oklahoma 6, CSU Bakersfield 0.  Michelle Gascoigne gave up 1 hit in 5 innings.  The Sooners led 2-0 in 1st on Shults 2-run shot.  Leading 3-1, Chamberlain opened the 3rd with a solo.  Bottom 5th, Chamberlain walked, Shultsa and Martinez hit  consecutive singles; the final run scored on a steal.

McNeese State 3, Arizona State 1.  McNeese State racked 6 hits, including 3 runs off Mackenzie Popesue to upset the defending national champions.  Tiffany Denham limited the Sun Devils to 3 hits.  After ASU stranded 2 top 1st, MSU loaded the bases, and scored on Price’s rbi.  Lockwood drove in the ASU run in the 3rd.  Bottom 4th, MSU scored with two out, on singles by Roux, Langner, and Terracina.

Oklahoma 5, UNLV 0.  Keilani Ricketts, 16 Ks in this game, set a new Sooner strikeout record 814.  She tossed a 3-hitter.  Amanda Oliveto took the loss.  OU broke a scoreless tie in the 5th; one run on Shults rbi double.  OU scored 3 in the 6th, 2 on a Chamberlain double.  Williams drove in the last run in the 7th on a sac fly.

Nebraska 11, Arizona 10.  The Wildcats took a 10-9 lead, with 4 runs top 7th on a solo by Koria and Wilson’s 3-run double, but the Huskers scored two in the bottom; Edwards hit a bases-loaded single to tie, then with two out, Breault singled in the winner.  Ashley Hageman went the distance for NU; Kenzie Fowler started for UofA, giving up 9 runs.  Shelby Babcock pitched the 7th and was charded with the loss.

UCLA 12, Kentucky 0.  The Wildcats committed 5 errors.  Ally Carda pitched 3 innings and was the winner; Lauren Cumbess pitcched an inning plus, and was racked for 4 runs, two homers.  UCLA pounded out 12 hits.  Schroeder led the Bruins with 4 rbi; Yudin had 2 rbi; Fox, Harrison, LaRosa (HR) and Camuso had rbi.  Joly had the lone hit for the Wildcats.

Tennessee 1, Texas Tech 0.  Elen Renfroe struck ut 14 in a 2-hitter.  The Vols won on Brown’s clutch rbi double in the 5th.

Penn State 5, LSU 3.  The Tigers lost despite 13 K’s by Britany Mack.  Lisa Akamine was the winner, aided by a 5-run, two-out rally in the 5th., 3 driven in by Hatfield.

Stanford 13, CS Northridge 0 (5).  WP Teagan Gerhart.  KO Alexa Limon.  Stanford, which had 11 hits, scored 5 in the 1st; rbi’s by Rich, Walker and Hanefield.   The Cardinal scored 3 in the 3rd, 3 more in the 4th, including a 2-run homer by Hansen. and 2 more in the 5th.




Georgia Tech 2, Arizona 1

Kentucky 3, Pacific 2

Alabama 8, Memphis 0

Loyola Marymount 5, UC Davis 3

Elon 4, Liberty 1

Auburn 10, Bowling Green 2

East Carolina 12, Canisius 4

CS Fulleton 13, Colorado State 10

Tennessee State 4, So Carolina 2

Flagler 8, Lynn 3

Sacramento State 2, UC Riverside 0

Florida State 10, Mississippi 6

Boise State 4, Nevada 0

Oklahoma 6, CSU Bakersfield 0

Marshall 4, Georgia Southern 0

Canisius 4, Drexel 1

San Diego State 14, Utah 2

Cal 13, Tennessee 5

Iowa 11, Wichita State 0

Northwestern 14, Texas Tech 6

Florida State 4, Stephen F Austin 3

Florida State 10, Ole Miss 6

Kent State 11, CSU Bakersfield 6

Boise State 3, Loyola Marymount 0

Long Beach State 4, Sacramento State 2

UCF 2, Ohio State 1

Stanford 13, CS Northridge 1

Utah State 6.NC State 5

Western Kentucky 4, Cleveland State 3

Virginia 5, Drexel 2

Virginia 3, East Carolina 1

Mississippi 6, Tennessee Tech 3

McNeese State 3, Oregon State 2

Illinois State 5, Maine 4

South Florida 8, Maine

South Florida 4, Florida Gulf Coast 2

Buffalo 6, St Louis 4

UAB 3, U Mass 2

U Mass 4, Illinois 1

Virginia Tech 8, St Louis 4

Virginia Tech 10, UNC Greensboro 1

Georgia Southern 11, George Washington 1

Ohio 3, St Bonaventure 0

George Mason 5, George Washington 4

Utah State 6, NC State 5

Oklahoma State 2, North Texas 0

Syracuse 4, Texas State 0

NC State 7, St John’s 6

North Carolina 3, North Florida 0

Lipscomb 2, Jacksonville State 0

Mississipppi State 3, Lipscombn 1

Stetson 6, South Dakota 1

USC Upstate 3, Detroit 0

Louisville 4, Michigan State 1

Winthrop 3, Cleveland State 1

Bradley 2, UC Santa Barbara 1

Stanford 13, CS Northridge 1

Oregon 10, UC Santa Barbara 2

San Diego State 14, Utah 2

 Northwestern 14, Texas Tech 6

 DePaul 7, Seattle 0

Army 3, Utah State 2

George Mason 5, George Washington 4

North Carolina 8, Florida Atlantic 3

Syracuse 4, Texas State 0




Fresno State 9, Toledo 1.  Fueled by 3 homers, including a grand slam by Courtney Moore, Fresno State opened the 2012 season with a 9-1 win over Toledo at Bulldog Stadium.  WP Mackenzie Oakes.

UCLA 7, Kentucky 1

Arizona State  4, San Jose State 0

Arizona State 10, Western Michigan 0 (5)




Cal 13, Tennessee 5.  Valerie Arioto hit 2 home runs, and rackd 4 rbi to lead an 11 hit offensive for the Bears.  Cal’s Jolene Henderson yielded 5 runs on 9 hits.  Ivy Renfroe took the loss, 10 hits and 8 earned runs.  Reliever Cheyenne Tarango walked 3, gave up 4 runs.

Georgia Tech 2, Arizona 1.  WP Hope Rush.  LP Shelby Babcock.  Wildcats scored bottom 1st on Spgner single.  Tech scored both runs in 3rd; bases loaded, Rudnik drove in both runs.






2/9-2/12 Paradise Softball Classic-Hawaii, UMKC, Seattle

2/10-2/11 Fresno State Kickoff Tournament-Fresno State, Long Beach State

2/10-2/12 Kajikawa Classic-Arizona State, Nebraska, Cal Poly, SDSU, Utah, Oregon State, Texas State, UCSB, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas A&M, Arizona, Bradley, Tennessee, BYU

2/10-2/12 FIU Combat ClassicFIU, UMass, Illinois, Louisville, UAB, Michigan State

2/10-2/12 Dot Richardson National Collegiate Softball InvitationalFAU, North Florida, Florida A&M, UCF, Alabama A&M, Ohio State, UNC, Maryland, Chattanooga, Valparaiso

2/10-2/12 UCLA Tournament-UCLA, Pacific, Kentucky

2/10-2/12 South Alabama Tournament-South Alabama, Alabama, Lipscomb, Jacksonville State

2/10-2/12 Baylor Tournament-Baylor, Arkansas

2/10-2/12 Tiger Invitational-Auburn, IPFW, Wright State, Bowling Green, Appalachian State, Alabama State

2/10-2/12 USF Wilson-Demarini Tournament-USF, Long Island, Florida

2/10-2/12 Seminole Classic #1Florida State, Ole Miss, Tennessee Tech, Stephen F. Austin

2/10-2/12 UNLV Tournament-UNLV, Oklahoma, Weber State, Minnesota

2/10-2/12 LSU Classic-LSU, Michigan

2/10-2/12 Louisiana-Lafayette Tournament-Louisiana-Lafayette, Rutgers, Tulsa

2/10-2/12 Houston Tournament-Houston, Oklahoma State

2/10-2/12 UC Davis Tournament-UC Davis, Nevada

2/10-2/12 Jacksonville Tournament-Jacksonville, Virginia Tech, St. Louis, Buffalo, UNC Greensboro

2/10-2/12 ECU Invitational-East Carolina, Canisius

2/10-2/12 Northern Iowa TournamentNorthern Iowa, Western Illinois, North Dakota, Wisconsin-Green Bay, Nebraska-Omaha

2/10-2/12 Coastal Carolina Tournament-Coastal Carolina, George Washington

2/10-2/12 Southeast Louisiana Lion Classic-Southeast Louisiana, Akron, Kansas

2/10-2/12 Mardi Gras ClassicUL Monroe, SIUE, Northwestern State, Grambling State

2/11-2/12 South Carolina Tournament-South Carolina, Tennessee State, Winthrop, Western Kentucky

2/11-2/12 Southern Miss Tournament-Southern Miss, Central Arkansas

2/11-2/12 Elon Tournament-Elon, Georgetown

2/11-2/12 Kennesaw State Tournament-Kennesaw State, Southern Illinois

2/11-2/12 Utah Valley Tournament-Utah Valley, Southern Utah

2/11-2/12 Texas A&M CC TournamentTexas A&M Corpus-Christi, North Texas, Texas Southern

2/11-2/12 Georgia State Tournament-Georgia State, ETSU, Longwood






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