2-11-2012 February 11 D1 College




TOP 25
ESPN/USA Softball pre-season poll

1.  Arizona State def Texas State 9-0 (5)/ upset by Tennessee 3-0

2.  Alabama def Lipscomb 15-4 (6)/ def South Alabama 12-1

3.  California  10, Texas State 0/def  Bradley 5-0

4.  Florida def Maine 8-0/ def Illinois State 11-0

5.  Missouri

6.  Oklahoma def Weber State 12-2 (5)/def  Kent State 6-0

7.  Baylor lost to Arkansas 5-1def 10-5 Belmont

8.  Arizona  lost to Texas A&M 5-4def  Syracuse 11-1

9.  Tennessee def San Diego State 6-5def Arizona State 3-0

10.  Stanford 7, Portland State 0/def Texas Tech 7-1

11.  Oregon lost to BYU 2-1def San Jose State 9-0 (6)

12.  Georgia 8, Utah State 0 (5)/def St John’s 2-1 (8)

13.  UCLA def Pacific 10-2 (6)/ def Kentucky 6-2

14.  Washington  10, Idaho State 2/def  Northwestern 10-3

15.  Texas A&M def Arizona 5-4/vs San Jose State

T16. Michigan  def LSU 2-1/def  Louisiana Tech 5-4

T16.  Oklahoma State def Texas A&M CC 6-1/ lost to Houston 3-0

18.  Kentucky lost to  UCLA 6-2

19. Texas def  Colorado State 6-0/ def UTSA 8-0 (5)

T20.  LSU lost to  Michigan 2-1/def Penn State 1-0 (8)

T20. Nebraska lost to Oregon State 11-3/ def CS Northridge 10-2

22.  Houston def Oklahoma State 3-0/def Sam Houston State 8-3

23.  Georgia Tech def Cal Poly 8-5/vs San Diego State

24. Louisiana-Lafayette def  Rutgers 15-1 (5)/ def  Tulsa 19-4 (6)

25.  Notre Dame


Stanford 7, Texas Tech 1. 
The Cardinal won its second game of the dayracking 8 hits in support of Teagan Gerhart’s 2-hitter.  The Tech run came on Keney’s one out HR top 2nd.  Stanford scored 2 runs, with 2 outs, bottom 1st, on rbi by Miller and Rich.  Bases loaded, bottom 4th, Becerra doubled in 2 runs, a third run scored on Hassman’s groundout.  White slugged a 2-run homer bottom 6th.  Cara Custer took the loss.
California 10, Texas State 0 (5).  1-hit shutout by Jolene Henderson.  Chandler Hall took loss.  Bears scored 2 top 2nd; 2 more top 3rd on Henderson’s 2-run shot; 3 in 4th on Arioto’s 3-run homer;  Bears reached run-rule in 5th, Jones 2-run triple and Arioto sac fly.
Oklahoma State def Texas A&M CC 6-1.  WP Morgan Hawkins.  LP Greta Ceccheti.  TAMCC led 1-0 top 3rd on Carroll’s double; OSU tied on Brown’s double in 4th; Cowgirls dcored 5 bottom 6th: single, sac bunt, error, walk, passed ball, then 2 more singles by Diffendaffer and Morgan.
Arkansas 5, Baylor 1.  WP Beasely, LP Paul.  Arkansas broke 1-1 tie in 4th on Mort’s 2-run double.  Lady Backs added 2 more in 5th on Rambo double.  Earlier, Arkansas defeated Iowa 10-2.
South Carolina (2-1) won two games on Saturday in the Palmetto Classic, coming from behind to beat Western Kentucky 5-4 in eight innings before downing Winthrop 8-1. Senior Kaitlin Westfall went 2-for-3 with two game-tying hits and three RBI, while sophomore Dana Hathorn had the game-ending single against the Hilltoppers. Sophomore Chelsea Hawkins had four RBI in a 2-for-3 outing in game two, including a homer.
Mississippi State. Junior left fielder Shelby Fisher exploded for a career-high four RBIs and junior left-handed pitcher Kylie Vry pitched her second-straight complete game as the Mississippi State softball team (3-0) defeated Jacksonville State (0-2) by a score of 8-1 Saturday at Jaguar Field. Head coach Vann Stuedeman has now won her first three games as the leader of the Bulldog softball program, becoming the first MSU softball coach to accomplish the feat.
Texas A&M 5, Arizona 4. WP Dumezich: 9H, 10K, 1 HR.   LP Babcock: 6H, 8K, 2 HR.  Trailing 2-1 after three, TAMU surged ahead in the 4th on a 3-run shot byOrsak.  The Wildcats tied the score, bottom 6th, on Pendley’s homer and DelPonte’s rbi single.  May led off the Aggie 7th with a solo homer.In the bottom, Koria singled; after a sac bunt, Dumezich struck out the last two batters.
UCLA 6, Kentucky 2.  WP Ally Carda gave up 2 hits in 4 innings, both homers; Jessica Hall got the save,  Racehl Riley took the loss.  After the Wildcats left bases loaded, top 1st, the Bruins loaded the bases on singles by Schroeder and Fox; Harrison walked; Bates reached on an error, rbi; Yudin doubled in 2 runs.  Carroll and Smith openeed the Kentucky 2nd with back to back homers.  Bruin 5th: Reed 2-run single; Carda rbi single. The Bruins had 12 hits.
Oklahoma 12, Weber State 2 (5).  Michelle Gascoigne yielded just 2 hits, one a homer to Minnich.  Shults rbi, top 1st, gave way to 2 runs in bottom on the 2-run dinger by Minnich.  The Sooners regained the lead with 6 runs on 6 hits in the 3rd, including a 3-run shot by Williams.  Three walks started a 4-run Sooner rally in the 4th.  Allie Allen doubled in the final run in the 5th.
Arizona 11, Syracuse 1.  Jessica Spigner hurled a 3-hitter; Stacy Kuwik took the loss.  The Wildcats outhit the Orane 10-3, and took a 3-0 lead in the 1st on Spigner’s 3-run homer.  After both teams scored single runs in the 2nd, UofA added 4 runs in the 3rd, a Goodacre rebi and a 3-run homer by Pendley.  DelPonte homered in the 4th.  Arizona added 2 in the 5th.
Fresno State scored 5 runs in 6th to defeat UC Riverside 7-3, but fell 2-1 to Sacramento State in extra innings (9)
Michigan 2, LSU 1.  Michigan’s Sara Driesenga improved to 2-0; she had a  no-hit bid into the 6th.  Brittany Mack took the loss.
LSU 1, Penn State 0 (8).  Coach Torina’s first win at the Tigewr helm.  Rachele Fico pitched a 2-hitter, retiring 14 of the final 16 batters, with 10 Ks.  Langoni scored the only run.
Arizona State 9, Texas State 0 (6).  Hillary Bach 3-hitter.   Sun Devils scored eight runs, top 2nd.  Caparuscio hit a one-out homer; seven more runs scored,  aided by six walks, two illegal pitches, a passed ball, and a Parlich 2-run double.  Steele doubled in the final run in the 4th.
Tennessee 3, Arizona State 0. The Sun Devils lost their second game of the Kajikawa as Ellen Renfroe (7H) out dueled Dallas Escobedo (6H).  Shipman belted a 2-run double, top 1st.  The pitchers held serve until the 7th when Gibson tagged Escobedo for a homerun. 


 New Mexico 7, Oregon 6.  Three homers put the Ducks ahead 6-0 after 5, but Lobos rallied for 3 in 6th and 4 in 7th

Fresno State 1, North Dakota State 0.  Michelle Moses recorded ninth career shutout, and homered for win.

Arizona State 10, Northwestern 5.   Sun Devils scored 5 runs in 1st, and led 7-3 after 5.  WP Dallas Escobedo



Virginia 14, Drexel 0
East Carolina 9, Drexel  7
UC Riverside 6, Toledo 3
Boise State 7, Nevada 3
Arkansas 10, Iowa 2
Colorado Christian 7, Lynn 1
Rhode Island 6, Central Arkansas 5
Bowling Green 6, Alabama State 0
Virginia 7, Canisius 2
Marshall 4, George Washington 2
Western Kentucky 8, Winthrop 5
Mississippi 9, Stephen F Austin 0
Georgetown 9, Liberty 2
Utah State 8, St John’s 4
Virginia Tech 6, Buffalo 0
     3-hitter Bailey Liddle 1st win; Courtney Liddle 4 hits

South Carolina 5, Western Kentucky 4
Auburn 2, IPFW 0
Florida State 5, Tennessee Tech 2
Coastal Carolina 7, George Washington 4
Louisiana Tech 4, Penn State 2
UC Riverside 6, Toledo 3
Fresno State 7, UC Riverside 1
Mississippi State 8, Jacksonville State 1
Rutgers 7, Mississippi Valley State 2
Florida A&M 6, Florida Atlantic 3
Boise State 7, Nevada 3
Loyola Marymount 10, Boise State 9 (8)
Loyola Marymount 5, UC Davis 1
Louisiana-Monroe 10, Northwestern State 0
North Texas 9. Sam Houston State 1
Ole Miss 9, Stephen F Austin 0
Kansas11, SE Louisiana 0
North Carolina 3, Ohio State 0
Central Arkansas 7, Southern Miss  1

Florida Gulf Coast 8, Maine 1
North Carolina 10, Chattanooga 0
Kennesaw State 6, Mercer 1
Stetson 9, South Dakpta 0
Valparaiso 11, Iowa State 5
Kansas 11, SE Louisiana 0
Louisville 5, UAB 4
Syracuse 11, McNeese State 2
South Florida 10, Long Island 2
Elon 8, Georgetown 0
Louisana Tech 4, Penn State 2
Iowa 1, Tx Arlington 0
Western Michigan 9, CS Northridge 0
UC Riverside 6, Toledo 3
Long Beach State 5, Toledo 1

BYU 12, Santa Barbara 5
Indiana 9, Santa Clara 1
Army 10, Campbell 8
U Mass 7, Michigan State 6
North Carolina State 13, Campbell 2








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 Classic-FIU, UMass, Illinois, Louisville, UAB, Michigan State

2/10-2/12 Dot Richardson National Collegiate Softball Invitational-FAU, 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 #1-Florida 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 Tournament-Northern 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 Classic-UL 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 Tournament-Texas A&M Corpus-Christi, North Texas, Texas Southern

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






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