2-18-11 February 18 D1 College

FEB 18 2011 COLLEGE

TOP 25  (February 15 USA Softball poll)

1.  UCLA def  SIU Edwardsville 3-2 (9); lost to Arkansas 4-3

2.  Arizona def Texas A&M CC 15-0

3.  Alabama def UTSA 13-5 (6), def Louisville 10-2 (5)

4.  Georgia def Winthrop 14-0 (5), def Buffalo 8-0

5.  Florida plays North Carolina DH on Saturday

6.  Oklahoma def New Mexico State 7-4, def Southern Utah 8-3

7.  Tennessee def Cal Poly 11-2; def Boise State 15-1

8.  Michigan def Long Island 6-0 no-hitter; def Florida Atlantic 11-0

9.  Arizona State def Seattle 10-0 (5), def Illinois State 13-4 (6).

10. Missouri lost to Fresno State 6-3; Cal game postponed

11. Washington def Sacramento State 7-4

12. Hawaii def Utah 8-7

13. Texas def Missouri State 7-1, def UMass 3-1 (9)

14. Oregon def Utah 8-5, def Nevada 12-4 (5)

15. California vs Missouri rained out

16. LSU def Southern 12-0 no-hitter (5); lost to Oklahoma State 5-3

17. Georgia Tech def Illinois 5-4; lost to Florida International 9-1

18. Stanford def Utah 18-10, def Portland State 3-1 (8)

19. ULL def Maine 11-0, def Tennessee State 19-0 (5)

20. Oklahoma State lost to Houston 3-2; upset LSU 5-3

21. Texas Tech def Utah Valley 8-3, def Bryant

22. San Diego State rained out

23. Texas A&M def Texas Arlington 6-5, def Wichita State 7-1

24. Kentucky def Georgia Southern 7-0, def Middle Tennessee 13-0

25. DePaul def Ole Miss 3-2, def Indiana 7-3,

GAME NOTES
From Gametracker conversions and college web sites
UCLA led Arkansas 3-2, top 5th, but Lady Backs scored runs bottom 5th and 6th for the upset.  Bruins stranded two in 7th.  UCLA scored in 3rd on DiSalvatore double.  Arkansas took 2-1 lead in bottom half, with two out, Griffiths walked, Carden doubled, Breault singled in two runs.  Fox scored unearned run in 4th to tie.  In 5th, DiSalvatore stroked another double, scored on Fox single.  With two out in bottom, Carden tripled, scored on Breault single to tie.  Three of four Bruins struck out in 6th, stranding Schroeder (single).   Arkansas struck again with two outs in  bottom half; Oprzedek walked, advanced on wild pitch, scored what proved to be the winning run on Mort single up the middle.  Bruins’ first loss.  In first game 3-2 win over SIU Edwardsville, SIU-E scored go ahead run 2-1, butleft bases loaded, top 9th.  In bottom, Harrison scored on Fox single, and Fox scored with two out on Tiumalu single.

Arizona’s Kenzi Fowler pitched a 1-hitter to pace the Wildcats, 15-0 over Texas A&M CC.  Fowler worked 3 innings; TAMCC collected 3 hits on reliever Shelby Babcock (4th and 5th).  UofA decided the game with 6 runs, bottom 1st.  Chambers, Koria, Arriola Buchanan (2) and Kirker had rbi’s.  Brandenburg relieved Pesina.  Bottom 3rd, Arizona loaded the bases, and Chambers jacked a grand slam.  Koria followed with a solo shot.  The Wildcats closed out the scoring with 4 runs in the 4th.  QArizona loaded the bases again, and Chambers slugged her second grand slam of the game.

Alabama racked 16 hits in downing UTSA 13-5. 

Syracuse won two behind Stacy Kuwik.

Michigan defeated Long Island 6-0 on a no-hitter by Jordan Taylor.

Stanford broke a 1-1 tie with 2 runs top 8th.  WP Teagan Gerhart (9K).  LP Nichole Latham.  PSU scored botom 1st; Krogh doubled, scored on Lopez single.  In Stanford 5th, Rich singled with two out, scored tying run on Miller double.  Top 8th, Rich on 2nd ITB, Miller given a pass.  Runners advanced on Becerra sac.  Rich scored on Gerhart sac fly.  Pinch runner Burns scored on Hanewich single.

 LSU run-ruled Southern 12-0 behind Meghan Patterson’s no-hitter.  Patterson yielded 2 waks, top 1st, but struck out two to end threat.  Tigers scored 4 runs in bottom half before recording a hit, then a fifth run on Shaw’s single.  LSU loaded bases in 2nd; a run scored on a hit batter and another scored on a bases loaded walk.  Yigers added 5 runs in 4th; loaded bases on 2 walks and hbp.  Blades, Trosclair rbi; Boulet rbi walk, Santos rbi single.  Tigers scored 12 runs on 7 hits.  But, LSU couldn’t hold off thr Oklahoma State Cowgirls who scored 3 runs bottom 6th for a 5-3 upset.  WP Kat Espinosa.  LP Richele Fico.  LSU took lead top 3rd on Young’s 2-run homer.  Boulet singled and scored for LSU in the 4th.  OSU narrowed the gap in the bottom half on Brown’s 2-run homer.  Bottom 6th, Fico yielded singles to Hamilton and Ward ahead of a 3-run dinger by Garcia.

Arizona State  wins two.  Katelyn Boyd and Mandy Urfer both collected two home run games Friday night as the No. 9 Sun Devil Softball team kicked open the Littlewood Classic with a 10-0 (5) win over Seattle U and a 13-4 (6) win over Illinois State. Annie Lockwood belted her second grand slam of the season again Illinois State.  Mackenzie Popescue picked up her first collegiate win over Seattle U while Dallas Escobedo moves to 5-0 on the year with the Sun Devils holding at 7-1 overall.

Oregon (7-1) staked its third early-ending win of 2011 via the eight-run rule in a 12-4, five-inning win over Nevada. Earlier in first-day action in the Louisville Slugger Classic, UO used four home runs to come back from a 3-1 deficit to Utah in the fifth inning and win, 8-5, in nine innings. In the afternoon finale vs. the Wolf Pack, UO freshman right fielder Alexa Peterson went 3-for-3 with 3 RBI, thanks to her solo home run in the first inning and another two-run, round-tripper in the fourth. By game’s end, four other Ducks smacked single hits, including RBI doubles by seniors Monique Fuiava and Kaitlin Vitek in the fourth inning.
Two other Oregon hitters had single RBI’s – sophomore Kaylan Howard on the game-ending single and junior Christie Nieto on a bases-loaded walk. Oregon scored single runs in the first and fifth innings on Peterson’s homer and Howard’s single, and added five spots in the second and fourth innings. In the second inning, three walks loaded the bases with one out when the third baseman’s throwing error on a hard-hit grounder allowed two runs to score, and two more runs came in on passed balls. Three more walks forced in Oregon’s final run of the inning. In the fourth inning, freshman infielder Courtney Ceo led off with a single up the middle, and came around on Peterson’s second homer. Pappas singled next, and scored two batters later on a strikeout swinging in the dirt that led to a wild throw to first base. Vitek and Fuiva followed with RBI doubles before a pair of ground-outs ended the inning. En route to her second win on the day, junior Samantha Skillingstad (4-0) pitched the first three innings, struck out four, walked one, gave up one hit, and both of her runs allowed were earned on a first-inning, two-run homer by Lauren Lastrapes. Senior Brittany Rumfelt pitched the final two innings, struck out four, walked one, yielded three hits, and both of her runs allowed were earned on a two-run homer by Britton Murdock in the fifth inning. Nevada starter Mallary Darby (2-3) gave up UO’s first six runs, although only one was earned, struck out one, walked five and gave up one hit. Other Nevada pitchers’ statistics follow – Ariel Craig (1.1 IP, 0 SO, 2 BB, 2 H, 2 ER), Bailey Brewer (1.0 IP, 2 SO, 2 BB, 4 H, 4 ER). Among Nevada’s four hits on the game, two other players – Karley Hopkins (1-for-2) and Kortnee Wiley (1-for-2) – rapped a double and single, respectively.

Earlier on Friday, Oregon relied on a pinch-hit homer by Nieto to tie the game, 5-5, in the top of the seventh and force extra innings. In the ninth, junior infielder Lindsey Chambers launched a two-run shot of her own with one out, and UO added another run on an RBI single by Fuiava. Peterson and Samantha Pappas also hit solo shots in the fifth and sixth innings.

Oklahoma moved to 8-1 on the year with a pair of wins at the Troy Cox Classic on Friday. OU opened with an 8-3 win over Southern Utah and defeated host school New Mexico State 7-4 in the second game of the day. Two solo home runs by freshman Brittany Williams fueled the 7-4 win over NMSU. Williams ended the night 2-for-3. Sophomore Keilani Ricketts tied her career high with 15 strikeouts. Ricketts threw a complete game, allowing four earned runs on six hits and five walks. Ricketts went 2-for-3 at the plate with a solo home run. Haley Nix had multiple hits, as well, finishing the night 2-for-4 with one run driven in. Brittany Clifton went 2-for-2 with two walks for the Aggies. Celisha Walker got the loss, allowing seven runs, six of them earned, on 13 hits. Walked allowed four walks and struck out three. Williams’ first home run gave OU an early 1-0 lead in the second, and the Sooners added a second run in the third when Brianna Turang scored on a Nix single. Oklahoma added three in the sixth as pinch runner Cierra Hughes advanced to second on an NMSU miscue and moved to third on a stolen base before scoring on Dani Dobbs’ single up the middle. Chana’e Jones reached on a walk and came in on Turang’s infield single. Dobbs stole second and moved to third on Turang’s hit before Destinee Martinez successfully laid down a bunt to score Dobbs before the inning ended.The Aggies got on the board in the bottom of the sixth as Valerie Swedberg and Tehani Kaaihue scored on a walk and single, respectively. OU got the two runs back in the top frame of the seventh. Williams and Ricketts hit home runs back-to-back as the Sooners led 7-2 heading into the bottom half of the inning. Hoku Nohara led off the inning with a walk and advanced on a wild pitch before scoring on Teresa Conrad’s triple. Conrad then scored on Kaaihue’s two-out single.

Oklahoma 8, Southern Utah 3.  Turang, Martinez and Jessica Shults all went 2-for-4 as OU came from behind to defeat Southern Utah on Friday. OU scored single runs in each of the first two innings, but the Thunderbirds took a 3-2 lead after four and half innings before the Sooners answered with two runs in the bottom half of the fifth. Oklahoma added four in the bottom of the sixth to secure the 8-3 win. Michelle Gascoigne got the win, pitching 5.0 innings and allowing six hits. Gascoigne struck out nine. Ricketts pitched the final 2.0 innings to secure her first save of the season.

Missouri dropped a 6-3 contest to Fresno State on Friday afternoon, as all nine runs were scored in the first two innings with the Bulldogs slugging three home runs.  Their game with Cal is postponed with the score tied at 0-0 in the top of the sixth. The Tiger offense picked up where it left off last night, getting three straight extra base hits to start the game.  Senior Rhea Taylor led things off with a double down the left field line.  Sophomore Jenna Marston plated Taylor with a standup triple to right-center, and junior Ashley Fleming followed with a double to left field, making it 2-0 Tigers after the top of the first. Fresno State notched things up in their half of the first inning, with a two-run home run with two outs by Courtney Moore. The Tigers retook the lead in the top half of the second with a two-out solo home run off the bat of senior Abby Vock.  The home run was the third of Vock’s career and first since April 23, 2008 against Iowa State during her freshman season. The lead was short-lived, however, as Fresno State took the lead in the bottom of the second with four runs coming off two long balls.  Nicole Angene made it 3-3 with a solo homer to lead off the inning, while a three-run blast later in the frame by Michelle Moses pushed the Bulldog lead to 6-3.  Missouri had a golden opportunity in the top of the sixth, as they put the first two runners on base with no one out.  However, the Bulldogs worked out of the jam, getting two fly outs and a foul out to end the threat. The Tigers had one more shot in the seventh, getting a pair of singles from Maddison Ruggeberg and Abby Vock, bringing up the top of the order with just one out.  However, Fresno State worked out of the jam again, getting Taylor to strike out and Marston to fly out to end the game.  Marston and Vock led all Tigers with two hits and one RBI each.  Nicole Hudson took the loss for the Tigers in her first collegiate pitching appearance, throwing five innings while allowing seven hits and three runs, all earned. Missouri 0, Cal 0 (delay) No. 8 Missouri and No. 13 Cal battled for five innings in a tight pitcher’s duel, as the teams were tied 0-0 when the game was delayed in the top of the sixth inning. Redshirt sophomore Chelsea Thomas made her first appearance since late March of last season and went five innings, striking out seven, walking two while allowing three hits.  Cal’s ace Jolene Henderson threw five innings, giving up one hit, one walk and striking out six.  She set down 13 straight Tigers from the end of the first inning through the fifth.

Texas  received a complete game pitching performance by freshman righthander Rachel Fox and a three-hit outing by junior second baseman Lexy Bennett as it downed Missouri State, 7-1 at Time Warner Cable Texas Invitational. The victory improved UT to 7-0 on the season and dropped the Bears to 1-1. Fox (3-0) fired her third-straight complete game in the win, scattering three hits, allowing one run, walking none and fanning a career-best 12 batters. Missouri State starter Natalie Rose (0-1) took the loss after allowing seven runs on 10 hits, walking one and striking out seven. Bennett headlined the Horns’ offense on the night with three hits, a homer, a double, two runs scored and two RBI. Sophomore rightfielder Taylor Hoagland’s solo homer in the third extended her hitting streak to 18 games, a mark that only trails her UT-record 21-game streak from 2010.

Tennessee turned a tight game into a rout of Cal Poly 11-2, on a 2-hitter by Ellen Renfroe.  UT scored botom 1st on Shipman’s double.  Cal Poly tied top 2nd when Cahn led off with a solo shot.  Burchell answered in the bottom with a solo HR, the Vols adding 2 more runs on Grieve’s triple.  Cal Poly notched another run top 4th on Cahn’s second lead-off homer.  Grieve soared to 4 rbi’s for the game on a 2-run shot bottom 4th, UT 6-2.  O’Connor singled in a run in the 5th. The Vols closed the door with Burchell’s walk-off grand slam in the 6th. Tennessee 15, Boise State 1.Vols were leading 7-1 after 4, then racked 8 runs in the 5th.  Spigner (4 rbi), Burchell (2 rbi) and Andrews (3 rbi) homered.  Vols hit five consecutive singles to open top 3rd, before Spigner’s grand slam.

Teagan Gerhart pitched both wins for Stanford

 

ULTIMATE COLLEGE SOFTBALL & OTHER SCOREBOARDS

Pirate Classic–Greenville, N.C.     Tournament Central

Virginia 8  Kent State 0   (6 inn)
WP-Melanie Mitchell  (3-1)  4-Hitter  11 K’s  LP-Markie Pozzuto  (2-1)

St. John’s 3  Kent State 2
WP-Kat Lawrence  (2-0)  LP-Lauren McNeil  (0-3)

East Carolina 3  Virginia 0
WP-Toni Paisley  (4-1)  2-Hitter  8 K’s  LP-Erica Cipolloni  (0-1)

St John’s 6, East Carolina 5
WP Kat Lawrence.  LP Toni Paisley

Elon Invitational–Elon, N.C.     Tournament Central

Elon 8  Seton Hall 4
WP-Lauren Taylor  (3-0)  LP-Hannah Hill  (0-1)  S-Erin O’Shea  (1)

Kickin’ Chicken Classic–Conway, S.C.     Tournament Central

James Madison 6  Saint Joseph’s 5
WP-Olivia McPherson  (1-0)  LP-Erin Gallagher  (0-1)

Bucknell 4  James Madison 0
WP-Alex MacLean  (1-0)  2-Hitter  LP-Brittany Jeans  (0-1)

Coastal Carolina 5, St Joseph’s 1

Coastal Carolina 4,  Bucknell 1

Buccaneer Invite–Charleston, S.C.     Tournament Central

Ohio 2  Virginia Tech 1
WP-Emily Wethington  (1-2)  LP-Kenzie Roark  (3-1)

Ohio 2  Mercer 0
WP-Emily Wethington  (1-2)  4-IP  1-Hit  LP-Kari Chambers  (1-2)  13 K’s  S-Caitlin Colvin  (1)  3-Hit  1-Hit

Charleston Southern 10  Virginia Tech 9   (9 inn)
WP-Kimberly Hobbs  (1-2)  LP-Ashton Ward  (1-1)

Mercer vs Charleston Southern 3:00 PM//resume Saturday

CofC Cougar Classic–Charleston, S.C.

Towson 3  Akron 1
WP-Katie Lingmai  (1-0)  LP-Ali Riedeman  (1-1)

East Tennessee State 7  Towson 5
WP-Shelby Morris  (1-0)  LP-Dominique Ortega  (0-1)  S-Katie Wolff  (1)

Morehead State 7  East Tennessee State 5   (8 inn)
WP-Jami Whitcomb  (1-0)  LP-Katie Wolff  (0-1)

Akron 6  College of Charleston 3
WP-Heath Bauer  (1-0)  8 K’s LP-Alexa Datko  (1-1)

Canisius 4  College of Charleston 3
WP-Caroline Main  (1-0)  LP-Stephanie Saylors  (0-2)

Canisius 6  Morehead State 4
WP-Amanda Baun  (1-0)  LP-Ashley Boyd  (0-2)

JU Invitational–Jacksonville, Fla.

Jacksonville State 2  Central Michigan 1
WP-Tiffany Harbin  (1-2)  2-Hitter  LP-Kari Seddon  (0-1)  6-IP  9 K’s

Jacksonville 4  Central Michigan 0
WP-Sarah Sigrest  (2-0)  3-Hitter  LP-Kara Dornbos  (0-1)

Jacksonville 5,  Jacksonville State 2

FAU Tournament–Boca Raton, Fla.

Penn State 3  Tulsa 1
WP-Jackie Hill  (1-0)  LP-Jordan Kinard  (0-2)  10 K’s

Massachusetts 10  Penn State 0   (6 inn)
WP-Sara Plourde  (1-0)  LP-Lisa Akamine  (0-1)

Tulsa 3  Massachusetts 1   (9 inn)
WP-Aimee Creger  (2-1)  LP-Lindsey Webster  (0-1)

Michigan 6  Long Island 0
WP-Jordan Taylor  (3-0)  No-Hitter  13 K’s  LP-Megan Sheaf  (0-4)

Michigan 11  Florida Atlantic 0   (5 inn)
WP-Stephanie Speierman  (4-0)  3-Hitter  LP-Rose Gressley  (0-3)

Florida Atlantic 2  Long Island 0
WP-Taylor Fawbush  (2-1)  1-Hitter  10 K’s  LP-Sarah Reynolds  (0-3)

Blue and Gold Felsberg Memorial Tournament–Miami, Fla.     Tournament Central

Illinois 8  Providence 0   (5 inn)
WP-Pepper Gay  (2-2)  2-Hitter  10 K’s  LP-Corinne Clauss  (0-1)

Georgia Tech 5  Illinois 4
WP-Hope Rush  (3-0)  LP-Jackie Guy  (1-2)

Pittsburgh 2  Providence 1
WP-Alyssa O’Connell  (1-0)  9 K’s  LP-Alicia Grosso  (0-1)

Florida International 9  Georgia Tech 1   (5 inn)
WP-Jen Gniadek  (2-2)  LP-Kristen Adkins  (2-1)

Pittsburgh 3  Florida International 2
WP-Karlyn Jones  (1-0)  LP-Mariah Dawson  (0-2)

First Pitch Classic–Charlotte, N.C.

Saint Francis 8  Eastern Kentucky 5
WP-Megan Layne  (1-0)  LP-Kristin Perry  (0-1)

Charlotte 10  Saint Francis 2   (5 inn)
WP-Kalie Lang  (1-1)  LP-Megan Layne  (1-1)

Charlotte 3  UNC-Greensboro 0
WP-Katy Hackett  (3-0)  4-Hitter  15 K’s  LP-Cory Mattson  (1-3)

UNC-Greensboro 10  Eastern Kentucky 1   (5 inn)
WP-Josie Felix  (1-0)  2-Hitter  LP-Stacye Toups  (0-1)

Homewood Suites/Hilton Garden Inn Tournament–Fort Myers, Fla.     Tournament Central

Saint Louis 5  Villanova 4
WP-Hannah Huebbe  (2-0)  LP-Caitlyn Delahaba  (0-1)

Villanova 2  South Carolina 1
WP-Molly Manning  (1-0)  LP-Kierstyn White  (0-1)

Michigan State 9  Saint Louis 0   (5 inn)
WP-Cassee Layne  (2-1)  2-Hitter  LP-Julian Austin  (1-2)

South Carolina 10  Georgetown 2   (5 inn)
WP-Audrey Broyles  (1-1)  LP-Mackensey Carter  (0-1)

Florida Gulf Coast vs Georgetown 6:00 PM

Florida Gulf Coast vs Michigan State 8:15 PM

Courtyard by Marriott Invitational I–Orlando, Fla.     Tournament Central

Miami 10  Delaware 1   (5 inn)
WP-Jessica Simpson  (1-0)  LP-Amanda Stacevicz  (0-1)

Illinois-Chicago 9  Delaware 1   (6 inn)
WP-Ashley Hewett  (2-0)  LP-Anne Marie Pagano  (0-1)

Notre Dame 3  Miami 2
WP-Laura Winter  (1-0) LP-Jessica Simpson  (1-1)

Central Florida 4  Illinois-Chicago 3
WP-Lacey Dinney  (1-1)  LP-Devin Miller  (1-3)  S-Diana Rojas  (1)

Notre Dame 5,  Central Florida 3
WP Jody Valdivia  LP Diana Rojas  S Laura Winter
Trailing 3-1, Irish scored 4 runs top 5th;

Hatter Invitational–DeLand, Fla.

Kansas 8  South Dakota State 0   (6 inn)
WP-Allie Clark  (3-0)  LP-Kori Seidlitz  (0-2)

Kansas 7  Bethune-Cookman 4
WP-Kristin Martinez  (4-0)  LP-Amanda Garcia  (1-3)

Stetson 10  South Dakota State 2   (6 inn)
WP-Courtney Gunby  (1-1)  LP-Pam Nicholson  (0-2)

 Stetson vs Bethune-Cookman 6:30 PM

Fairfield Inn & Suites Tournament–Tampa, Fla.     Tournament Central

Mississippi 5  Fordham 3
WP-Brittany Barnhill  (1-2)  LP-Chelsea Plimpton  (2-2)

Indiana 8  UAB 2
WP-Morgan Melloh  (2-3)  LP-Lauren Webster  (1-2)

Fordham vs South Florida 6:00 PM

DePaul vs Mississippi 6:00 PM

DePaul vs Indiana 8:00 PM

South Florida vs UAB 8:00 PM

Upstate Classic–Spartanburg, S.C.

South Carolina-Upstate 9,  George Mason 1
WP Morgan Childers 5-0, 3-hitter, 13K.  LP Kelsey Byrd

Garnet and Gold Games–Tallahassee, Fla.

Kentucky 7  Georgia Southern 0
WP-Chanda Bell  (3-0)  1-Hitter  15 K’s  LP-Brianna Streetmon  (2-2)
NOTE:  Marie Fogle breaks up Perfect Game to lead-off the 7th inning

Kentucky 13  Middle Tennessee 0
WP-Lauren Cumbess  (1-0)  2-Hitter  LP-Caty Jutson  (1-1)

Florida State 6  Georgia Southern 4
WP-Sarah Hamilton  (2-2)  4-IP  9 K’s  LP-Allie Miles  (1-1)

Florida State 10  Middle Tennessee 3
WP-Jessica Nori  (1-1)  LP-Janele Robinson  (0-2)

8th Annual Georgia Classic–Athens, Ga.

North Carolina State 10  North Dakota State 2
WP-Morgan Peeler  (2-1)  LP-Katie Tamayo  (0-3)

North Carolina State 2  Marshall 1
WP-Kayla Cox  (2-2)  8 K’s  LP-Andi Williamson  (2-3)

North Dakota State 2  Winthrop 1
WP-Randi Parks  (1-0)  LP-Ashleigh Jackson  (1-2)

Buffalo 5  Marshall 4   (8 inn)
WP-Tori Speckman  (1-1)  LP-Andi Williamson  (2-4)

Georgia 14,  Winthrop 0 (5)
WP Morgan Montemayor 5-0.  LP Natalie Becker

Georgia 8,  Buffalo 0

Tiger Invitational–Auburn, Ala.

Campbell 11  Southern Mississippi 10
WP-Christina Melton  (1-0)  LP-Courtney Ramos  (1-2)  S-Katie Woodcock  (3)

Auburn 3  Southern Mississippi 0
WP-Jenee Loree  (2-0)  1-Hitter  LP-Beth Dietrich  (1-2)

Auburn 3  Campbell 1
WP-Angel Brunner  (2-0)  2-Hitter  LP-Brittany Arnn  (2-1)

Western Illinois vs McNeese State 5:30 PM

Western Illinois vs Western Carolina 8:00 PM

Quality Inn Classic–Troy, Ala.

Samford 1  Central Arkansas 0   (8 inn)
WP-Nicole Bobrowski  (1-0)  3-Hitter  LP-Kelsie Armstrong  (1-4)  2-Hitter

Troy 13  Central Arkansas 5   (6 inn)
WP-Morgan Grove  (2-0)  LP-Cami Newsome  (0-1)

 Samford vs Bradley 6:30 PM

South Alabama Mardi Gras Classic–Mobile, Ala.

Southeastern Louisiana 7  Tennessee-Martin 5
WP-Bailey Zievert  (2-0)  LP-Kate Vanderham  (0-2)

Tennessee-Martin 5  Evansville 1
WP-Chelsea Jones  (1-1)  9 K’s  LP-Emily Morris  (0-1)

Chattanooga 11  Ohio State 7
WP-Michelle Fuzzard  (1-0)  LP-Melanie Nichols  (0-1)  S-Kandice Irwin  (3)

Chattanooga vs Evansville 5:45 PM

South Alabama 8, Ohio State 4

Bama Bash–Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Syracuse 4  Texas-San Antonio 3
WP-Stacy Kuwik  (1-0)  LP-Katy Akins  (0-2 

Syracuse 3  Louisville 2
WP-Stacy Kuwik  (2-0)  LP-Caralisa Connell  (1-1)  S-Jenna Caira  (1)

Alabama 10,  Louisville 2 (5)

Alabama 13,  Texas-San Antonio 5 (5)

Bulldog Round Robin–Starkville, Miss.

Southern Illinois 7  Butler 0
WP-Danielle Glosson  (1-1)  1-Hitter  8 K’s  LP-Jenny Esparza  (0-1)

Mississippi State 3  Louisiana Tech 2
WP-Stephanie Becker  (1-0)  LP-Meghan Krieg  (1-2)  S-Misty Flesher  (1)

Lady Braves Classic–Alcorn State, Miss.

TBA vs TBA TBA

Rajin’ Cajuns Invitational–Lafayette, La.     Tournament Central

Tennessee State 3  Stephen F. Austin 0
WP-Caitlin Eaton  (2-0)  1-Hitter  LP-Angela White  (0-1)

Louisiana-Lafayette 11  Maine 0   (5 inn)
WP-Christina Hamilton  (2-0)  1-Hitter  8 K’s  LP-Ashley Kelley  (0-1)

Louisiana-Lafayette 19  Tennessee State 0   (5 inn)
WP-Shelbee Rodgers  (3-0)  2-Hitter  LP-Olivia Gamache  (1-1)

Stephen F. Austin vs Maine 6:30 PM

Hilton Plaza Classic–Houston, Texas     Tournament Central

LSU 12  Southern 0   (5 inn)
WP-Meghan Patterson  (3-0)  No-Hitter  8 K’s  LP-Michael Pless

Nicholls State 12  Southern 4
WP-Carlee Winklemann  (1-0)  LP-Lindsay Konopelko  (0-2)

Oklahoma State 5  LSU 3
WP-Kat Espinosa  (3-0)  LP-Rachele Fico  (3-1)

Houston 3  Oklahoma State 2
WP-Donna Bourgeois  (2-1)  LP-Simone Freeman  (2-2)

Houston 6  Nicholls State 0
WP-Amanda Crabtree  (3-0)  No-Hitter  11 K’s  LP-Katie Moulder  (1-2)

2011 Aggie Classic–College Station, Texas

Texas-Arlington 8  Wichita State 3
WP-Callie Collins  (2-0)  LP-Brianna Smet  (1-2)

Texas A&M 6  Texas-Arlington 5
WP-Melissa Dumezich  (3-2)  LP-Teri Lyles  (1-3)

Texas A&M 7  Wichita State 1
WP-Lindsey Sisk  (3-1)  LP-Katie Armagost  (1-2)

Sleep Inn Classic–Denton, Texas

Tennessee Tech 9  Centenary 0   (5 inn)
WP-Ali Thomas  (1-0)  2-Hitter  9 K’s  LP-Lauren Highsmith  (0-1)

Nebraska 4  Tennessee Tech 3
WP-Ashley Hagemann  (5-1)  LP-Claudia Harke  (0-2)

Nebraska 4  North Texas 2
WP-Ashley Hagemann  (6-1)  LP-Brittany Simmons  (1-4)

Northwestern State vs Centenary 5:30 PM

Time Warner Cable Invitational–Austin, Texas

Missouri State 8, Colorado State 2

Wisconsin 5, Colorado State 1

Texas 7,  Missouri State 1

CenturyLink Classic–San Marcos, Texas

Texas State 7,  Iowa State 5

TTU Invitational I–Lubbock, Texas

Bryant 16  Utah Valley 15
WP-Brittany Hart  (1-0)  LP-Josi Summers  (0-3)

Texas Tech 8  Utah Valley 3
WP-Brittany Talley  (2-0)  LP-Josi Summers  (2-3)

Texas Tech 10  Bryant 0   (5 inn)
WP-Ashley Brokeshoulder  (3-0)  3-Hitter  LP-Samantha Houseal  (0-1)

Troy Cox Classic–Las Cruces, N.M.

Southern Utah 2  Sam Houston State 0
WP-Heather Black  (2-2)  LP-Tomi Garrison  (3-2)

Louisiana-Monroe 11  Sam Houston State 8
WP-Stephanie Routzon  (2-1)  LP-Shelby Lancaster  (1-2)

Oklahoma 8  Southern Utah 3
WP-Michelle Gascoigne  (2-1)  LP-Danielle Axe  (0-3)  S-Keilani Ricketts  (1)

Oklahoma 7  New Mexico State 4
WP-Keilani Ricketts  (4-0)  15 K’s  LP-Celisha Walker  (0-1)

New Mexico State vs Louisiana-Monroe 6:30 PM

Hillebrand Invitational–Tucson, Ariz.

Pacific 5,  Kennesaw State 1

Drake 7,  Kennesaw State 5

Texas A&M-CC 2, Drake 0

Arizona 15,  Texas A&M-CC 0 (5)

Littlewood Classic–Tempe, Ariz.

Iowa 11  Idaho State 3   (5 inn)
WP-Kayla Massey  (2-1)  LP-Kandis Clesson  (0-1)

Iowa 8  Seattle 7
WP-Kayla Massey  (3-1)  LP-Jessica Ulrich  (0-4)

Illinois State 10  Idaho State 1   (5 inn)
WP-Megan Warner  (3-0)  LP-Christina Rayner  (0-1)

Arizona State 10, Seattle 0

Arizona State 13,  Illinois State 4

Louisville Slugger Desert Classic–Las Vegas, Nev.

UCLA 3  SIU-Edwardsville 2   (9 inn)
WP-Donna Kerr  (4-0)  12 K’s  LP-Erika Taylor  (0-3)

Oregon 8  Utah 5   (9 inn)
WP-Mikayla Endicott  (1-0)  LP-Generra Nielson  (3-3)  S-Samantha Skillingstad  (1)

CS Northridge 9  Nevada 8
WP-Carly Wade  (1-1)  LP-Bailey  Brewer  (0-3)

Stanford 18  Utah State 10   (6 inn)
WP-Teagan Gerhart  (2-1)  LP-Mandy Harmon  (1-4)

BYU 8  Cal Poly 6
WP-Hannah Howell  (2-1)  LP-Trista Thomas  (0-1)

Hawai’i 8  Utah 7
WP-Jenna Rodriguez  (1-0)  LP-Generra Nielson  (3-3)

Portland State 9  CS Northridge 5
WP-Nichole Latham  (2-1)  LP-Hannah Fraijo  (2-1)

Arkansas 4  UCLA 3
WP-Kim Jones  (2-1) LP-Jessica Hall  (2-1)

Arkansas 4, UCLA 3
WP Kim Jones. 3-hitter.  LP Jessica Hall

BYU 12  Boise State 11
WP-Paige Affleck  (3-2)  LP-Allie Crump  (1-2)

Hawai’i 10  Long Beach State 4
WP-Kaia Parnaby  (3-0)  LP-Taylor Petty  (2-1)

Oregon 12  Nevada 4   (5 inn)
WP-Samantha Skillingstad  (4-0)  LP-Mallary Darby  (2-3)

 UNLV vs Arkansas 3:45 PM

Tennessee 11  Cal Poly 2   (6 inn)
WP-Ellen Renfroe  (3-0)  LP-Rebecca Patton  (0-3)

Long Beach State vs SIU-Edwardsville 3:45 PM

Stanford 3,  Portland State 1
WP Teagan Gerhart  LP Nichole Latham

UNLV vs Utah State 6:00 PM

Tennessee 15,  Boise State 1
WP Cat Hosfield.  LP Lela Work

San Diego Classic I–San Diego, Calif.

UC-Santa Barbara 8  Howard 0
WP-Andriana Collins  (4-0)  3-Hitter  8 K’s  LP-Emily Johnson  (0-1)

Northwestern 11  UC-Davis 4
WP-Meghan Lamberth  (4-0)  LP-Jessicac Thweatt  (2-2)  S-Jessica Smith  (2)

Fresno State 6  Missouri 3
WP-Michelle Moses  (1-0)  LP-Nicole Hudson  (0-1)

Sacramento State 6  UC-Santa Barbara 5
WP-Taylor Stroud  (1-1)  LP-Andriana Collins  (4-1)

Washington 7  Sacramento State 4   (5 inn)
WP-Jenna Clifton  (1-0)  LP-Jacquelyn Serrano  (0-2) S-Kaitlin Ingelsby  (1)

Missouri vs California 2:00 PM/delayed to Saturday

San Diego vs Howard 4:30 PM

California vs UC-Davis 4:30 PM

Washington vs Fresno State 7:00 PM

San Diego State vs Northwestern 7:00 PM

aTen Construction Tournament–Riverside, Calif.

Minnesota 9  Rutgers 3
WP-Sara Moulton  (1-3)  LP-Abbey Houston  (0-1)

Loyola Marymount 9,  Rutgers 4

UC Riverside 6,  Minnesota 1

Others

Morgan State 9,  South Carolina State 1

Morgan State 5,  South Carolina State 3

Millsaps vs Jackson State 2:00 PM Jackson, Tenn.

Millsaps vs Jackson State 4:00 PM Jackson, Tenn.

San Jose State 3,  CS-Bakersfield 1

San Jose State 3,  CS-Bakersfield 1

Baylor 7  New Mexico 2
WP-Whitney Canion  (3-0)  15 K’s  LP-Kaela DeBroeck  (1-1)

Baylor 4  New Mexico 0
WP-Courtney Repka  (3-0)  4-Hitter  LP-Kari Gutierrez  (0-1)

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