2-15-2012 February 15 D1 College

February 15 2012 College


This report will be updated as scores become available


Top 25

Florida 10, Jacksonville 2 (6)

UC Davis 2, Stanford 1

Georgia Tech 4, Furman 2

Georgia Tech 8, Furman 2

Texas A&M 7, Sam Houston State 4

Texas 6, Texas A&M CC 5


UCLA vs CS Fullerton

LSU/Florida State ppd


Other Games

Georgia State 1, Georgia Southern 0

Georgia Southern 4, Georgia State 1

Florida A&M vs North Florida dh



Game Notes Top 25

UC Davis 2, Stanford 1Jessica Thweatt tossed a complete game five-hitter and struck out seven batters while Cassandra Ginnis had a timely piece of hitting with the game-winning RBI, as the UC Davis softball team upset No. 8 Stanford in a 2-1 win on Wednesday at La Rue Field.

Thweatt held the Cardinal scoreless for six innings before they managed to score the equalizer after two hits and a wild pitch in the seventh. UC Davis responded in the bottom of the frame, as JJ Wagoner blasted a one-out triple down the right field line and Ginnis followed with an RBI single up the middle.

The win marks the first time the Aggies have defeated Stanford in nearly 17 years, with the last victory coming on Feb. 22, 1995 at Stanford. UC Davis improved to 4-2 with the win while the Cardinal dropped to 4-2 on the season.

 Florida 10, Jacksonville 2 (6).  WP Lauren Haeger (6H,7K). LP Btittany Eppley.  After JU left bases loaded top 2nd, Gators scored 2 on Horton’s homer.  Flordia loaded bases in 4th; Gammel doubled in two; Moultrie drew bases-loaded walk.  Two JU runs scored in 5th on Tuck single + error.  Gators scored a quartet in bottom 5th.  Horton singled, rbi; Bases loaded, run scored on illegal pitch (second call of inning); Two runs scored on Little double.  Florida added run for mercy rule in 6th, on consecutive singles by Fagan, Haeger and Schutte.

Texas 6, Texas A&M CC 5.  Blaire Luna pitched 2 innings but got the W; Vianca Pesina took the loss.  Bit of a barn-burner; Texas had 9 hits, TAMCC  11. After TAMCC left bases loaded, top 1st, Horns scored 3 runs ; Hoagland scored on Bennett single; with two out, Taylor and Thom singled;  Schmidt doubled in 2 runs.  TAMCC responded with 2 unearned runs top 2nd.  Smith singled, scored on an error in bottom. Despite a double play, TAMCC scored 3 runs in 5th to take lead.  Singles by Cain, Schwarz and Vead, a wild pitch and a single by Phillips did the damage.  Luna relieved, gave up 1 hit in 2 at-bats.  Bottom 6th: Horns took lead for good with 2 runs.  With 2 out, Bennett rbi single, Craig rbi double.

 Georgia Tech 4, Furman 2.  WP Hope Rush (2).  LP Lauren Collier.  Furman was shut out for 6 innings; in the 7th, Hornesley jacked a 2-run homer.  Weseman belted a 3-run homer for Tech in the 3rd.  Rush singled, and scored on Bear’s double in the 6th.


Georgia Tech 8, Furman 2.  WP Lindsey Anderson; LP Shelby Parker.  Tech cruised to victory after scoring 5 runs bottom 1st, led by a 2-run homer by Weseman, her second of the DH. Two batters later, Bear crushed a 2-run homer, immediately followed by Rush’s solo.  Two out in the 3rd, Kuzma doubled in two runs.  Collier went yard in the Furman 6th, 7-2.  Tech added a final run in the bottom, Kuzma led off with a dinger.


Texas A&M 7, Sam Houston State 4.  Junior Mel Dumezich hit a grand slam as the No. 15 Texas A&M softball team (4-2) defeated Sam Houston State (0-5), 7-4, in the Aggies’ home opener on Wednesday. The win extended the Aggies’ home winning streak to a program-best 28 games. A&M is also leading the country in current home winning streaks.

The Aggies and Bearkats each had a half-dozen hits on the game but six was all it took for A&M to come out ahead. Trailing by one after a solo home run by SHSU, A&M used the bottom of the third inning to score all seven of its runs.  Sophomore Emily Albus, who was 3-for-3 on the game with a trio of singles, led off in the half-inning with her first base hit of the day, a bunt single. Albus’ three hits on the day were a career high. The speedy left fielder took second on a fielder’s choice by senior Kelsea Orsak when Albus beat the throw to the bag.

A one-out, two-RBI double by junior Brittany Walker scored Albus and Orsak before junior Meagan May drew a walk to put runners on first and second. May had four walks on the day. Sophomore Nicole Morgan’s fielder’s choice split the infield with runners on the corners and, with two outs, sophomore Amber Garza sent a double down the right field line that scored Walker and placed Morgan on third as the Aggies took a 3-1 lead.  Sophomore Cassie Tysarczyk took first on four balls to load the bases before Dumezich stepped up and went yard on the third pitch, going opposite field over right for her first grand slam of the season as A&M secured its lead at 7-1 after the third inning.

A three-run shot over right field by the Bearkats in the top of the seventh was the only other blemish on the Aggies’ scoreboard but it wasn’t enough to give Sam Houston State a chance at a victory as A&M earned its 28th-straight win at home, a streak that dates back to April of 2010.

Senior Lindsey Sisk (2-1) earned the victory, tossing four strikeouts and giving up one run on three hits in 6 1/3 innings pitched. Freshman Lauren Ainsley played in her first career game, throwing 2/3 innings of relief. The right-hander gave up three earned runs on three hits and threw one strikeout.

SHSU’s Tomi Garrison (0-3) suffered the loss, giving up seven earned runs on five hits in 2 2/3 innings in the circle and striking out three batters.






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