February 15 2011

Scores by Gametracker and school web sites

1.  UCLA def Utah 6-2, def Portland State 3-0

2.  Arizona def Drake 5-3; def Kennesaw State 8-0 (5)

3.  Alabama def Syracuse 9-0 (5); def Louisville 9-8

4.  Georgia def Marshall 12-2; def North Dakota State 14-4

5.  Florida swept  North Carolina 9-0; 3-0

6.  Oklahoma def SHSU 12-4, def Louisiana-Monroe 14-4 (5)

7.  Tennessee upset by UNLV 4-3; leading SIUE 12-2 in 5th

8.  Michigan def Tulsa 4-3, def U Mass 3-0

9.  Arizona State

10. Missouri

11. Washington

12. Hawaii lost to  Oregon 13-5 (5), def Stanford 6-1

13. Texas swept Colorado State 12-4, 8-0

14. Oregon def Hawaii 13-5 (5), def Arkansas 8-7 (8)

15. California

16. LSU upset by Houston 5-4 (8); def Nicholls State 11-2 (5)

17. Georgia Tech upset by Pittsburgh 2-1; def Providence 7-0

18. Stanford def BYU 7-4, lost to Hawaii 6-1

19. ULL def Maine 9-0, def Stephen F Austin 7-0

20. Oklahoma State def Nicholls State 7-6 (10); def Southern 13-3

21. Texas Tech def Utah Valley 8-2; def Byant 10-2

22. San Diego State

23. Texas A&M def Wichita State 16-0 (5), def Texas Arlington 4-0

24. Kentucky upset by Florida State 2-0; def Georgia Southern 9-1 (6)

25. DePaul  def UAB 1-0, lost to Fordham 9-3


GAME NOTES (Gametracker and college sources)
Arizona vs Drake.  With 2 out in 3rd, and PR Clifton on base, Lastrapes and Schutzler walked, loading the bases.  Del Ponte jacked a grand slam (the third Wildcat grand slam of the weekend).  Chambers, who hit those slams, followed with a solo HR, UofA 5-0.  Craddock led the Drake 4th with a solo shot.  Drake added two top 7th on a single, walk, infield error, and groundout.  WP Kenzi Fowler.  LP Dordel.  Arizona 8, Kennesaw State 0 (5).  WP Shelby Babcock.  LP Tarvin.  UofA outhit the visitors 14-2.  Arizona scored 2 in bottom 2nd; Koria opened the scoring with a solo homer to left.  Buchanan scored on a single by Lastrapes.  Three more runs scored in the 3rd; two on a Chambers home run, scoring Del Ponte (single).  Koria scored ona Tikey single.  In the 4th, Del Ponte singled; with two out, Koria hit her second homer.  Arizona closed out the run-rule when Lastrapes scored on Koria’s single.  Koria had 4 rbi.

 LSU lost to Houston, first time since 2003.  WP Donna Bourgeois.  LP Rachel Fico, who came on in relief.  Top 1st, LSU lost runners on fieldeer’s choices, but Langoni went to 3rd on Young’s double, and scored on Wray’s single.  Starter Brittany Mack held off Houston, and LSU expanded its lead with 2 runs in the 4th.  With two out, Pizer slugged a 2-run homer.  The Tigers added a fourth run next inning when Langoni doubled in Shaw, who had singled.  Houston scored four runs bottom 6th to tie.  Lott ; pinch runner Dobson scored with one out on Brazil single.  Jones singled.  Outon walked, loading the bases.  Klinkert singled in two runs.  Fico relieved Mack.  Outson scored the tying run on Gaber’s sac fly.  After LSU stranded two, top 8th, ITB runner Jones advanced on a sac by Outon, then scored the winning run on Klinkert’s single.  LSU 11, Nicholls State 2.  WP Meghan Patterson.  LP Carlee  Winkelmann.  LSU scored 3 intop 3rd, Nicholls State scored two on Ray’s double.  LSU let the Tigers out in the 5th, scoring 8 runs.  Boulet and Blades scored on an error at 1st; Trosclair scored on Langoni’s groundout;  Shaw scored on Young’s fielder’s choice; Houston jacked a 3-run homer to put LSU in run-rule territory.

Georgia Tech lost 2-1 when Pittsburgh scored 2 runs bottom 7th.  Tech, which outhit Pittsburgh 8-4, scored top 3rd.  Kuzma doubled, scored on Weseman’s sac bunt.  Tech stranded five runners before going down in order in top 7th.  In the bottom, Bravo singled; pinch runner Rodgers advanced when Cheesebrew reach on an error. With two out, both runners scored on an error at short. WP Karlyn Jones in relief.  LP Hope Rush.  Earlier, Georgia Tech def Providence 7-0 behind Kristen Adkins’ 4-hitter.  Tech scored four runs in 2nd, including 2 on Weseman’s double.  Weseman drove in another pair of runs with a homer in the 4th.  Weaver drove in Downs with the final run in the 5th.

Tennessee falls to 7-1 after this loss.  WP Amanda Oliveto, in relief of Kylie Wagner.  LP Ivy Renfroe .  UNLV got to Renfroe bottom 2nd, when Bradshaw and Harrison (rbi) singled, ahead of Van Acker’s 3-run homer.  After the Vols loaded the bases in the 4th, Oliveto relieved Wagner.  UT managed one run on Andrews’ rbi groundout.  The Vols loaded the bases again in the 6th, but scored one run when Andrews drew an rbi walk.  UT stranded three.  Top 7th, Shipman and Gibson hit consecutive one-out singles; Shipman scored on Spigner’s sac fly but Burchell struck out swinging to end the game.  UNLV 4-3.

Oklahoma State 7, Nicholls State 6 (10).  The Cowgirls led 5-4 after 5, but Nicholls State tied with a run top 7th.  Top 10th, ITB runner Joliveto scored on Angeles fielder’s choice rbi.  In the bottom, Ward advanced to 3rd on Brown’s sac.  with two out, Diffendaffer singled in the tying run.  Graham singled, then Anchors singled in the winning run.  Kat Espinosa went the distance for the win.  Ashton Bennett took the loss.

Oklahoma racked 26 runs, defeating ULM 14-4, and SHSU 12-4.  If Gametracker is correct, the winning and losing pitchers were both named Allee Allen.  The Sooners scored in the 1st on a single, error and wild pitch, then got serious with Ricketts rbi single, Jones rbi double.  3-0.  Shults added an rbi single in the 2nd.  ULM scored top 3rd on Salanoa’s sac  fly which the Sooners matched when Vandever scored on a wild pitch.  Trailing 5-1, ULM closed the gap with 3 runs, top 4th, a 2-run homer by Navarette, a solo shot by Love.  OU’s Allee Allen relieved starter Kristen Allen.  Oklahoma then turned a 5-4 advantage into a rout with 9 runs, bottom 4th.  Ricketts rbi single; Jones 2-run single; Vandever sac fly; Norris rbi single; leading 10-4, Williams belted a grand slam.  OU 13 hits.

UCLA won’t put the Utah game in a how-to book. The Bruins notched 12 hits but gave up 9; both teams committed 3 errors.  WP Jessica Hall.  LP Naomi Amu, who gave up 3 homers.  Katie Schroeder (back to her old form after injury last season) led off bottom 1st with a solo homer.  Andrea Harrison hit a follow-on solo.  UCLA added a pair in the 3rd, leading off with Bates’ solo shot.  With bases loaded, Tiumalu added a run with a sac fly.  Palauni walked and scored on a shortstop error to put Utah on the board.  In the bottom, the Bruins scored twice more.  Schroeder hit a one-out homer.  DiSalvatore walked and scored on Fox’ single.  Glover scored on Palauni’s bases-loaded single, but Utah lost two runners at home.  UCLA 3, Portland State 0.  WP Jessica Hall. 2-hitter.  LP Nichole Latham. Schroeder was hbp to open the 3rd; she scored later on a throwing error.  In the 5th, Fox doubled in a run, Tiumalu singled in the final run. 

Kentucky’s Cervantes blasted two homers.    WP Rachel Riley.  LP Allie Milies.  Aull scored in bottom 1st on DeMartine’s rbi.  Bottom 3rd: Dill singled, Yocke 2-run homer.  Purvis relieved Miles.  Cervantes jacked a 2-run homer.  Cervantes led off the Kentucky 5th with a solo blast.  Kentucky hit the run-rule with 3 runs in the 6th; two on a triple by Aull.

Oregon came back from a 5-0 deficit to beat Arkansas (4-4) in eight innings, 8-7, to close second-day action in the Louisville Slugger Classic. In the morning opener vs. No. 9 Hawai’i (7-1), the Ducks also shook a 3-0 deficit early to win 13-5 in five innings. In the afternoon finale, UO’s power hitters again fueled the rally past Arkansas, thanks to a three-run homer by freshman Kailee Cuico in the fifth inning, a solo homer by sophomore Kaylan Howard and two-run shot by junior Christie Nieto in the seventh inning that put UO up, 7-5.  However, Arkansas returned the favor with a pair of runs to tie matters in the seventh after it loaded the bases with a walk, error and single. A wild pitch scored the first run, and a single accounted for the second one, but a strike from Cuico in left field to the catcher on the latter play cut down the potential winning run for the inning’s second out. A ground-out to shortstop ended the inning and forced the Ducks’ third extra-inning contest the last five games. In the top of the eighth, UO freshman Courtney Ceo scored the deciding run when she stole third base, then tagged on a sacrifice fly by Samantha Pappas to right field.  In the bottom half of the inning, an opening sacrifice bunt advanced the runner to third base, but she was stranded after ground-outs to the pitcher and second baseman. Oregon’s other run came via a RBI single by sophomore Allie Burger in the sixth inning, and pulled UO within, 5-4. In the circle for the Ducks, sophomore Jessica Moore (4-1) earned the win after she pitched the final 4.2 innings, struck out four, walked four, gave up two hits, and one of her two runs allowed was earned. For Arkansas, only one hitter had more than one hit, Chloe Oprzedek (2-for-4, 3 RBI), and six others had single hits.  Starting Razorback pitcher Kim Jones worked the first six innings, struck out six, walked two, surrendered 11 hits, and five of her six runs allowed were earned. Chelsea Cohen worked the seventh, walked none, struck out none, gave up three hits, and her run allowed was earned. Layne McGuirt (0-1) pitched the final inning, had no strikeouts or walks and didn’t allow a hit.  UO also staked a No. 9 Hawai’i (7-1) a 3-0 lead before coming back to win 13-5 in five innings over the returning World Series advancer.  Oregon’s offense featured a game-winning grand slam by Nieto, three-run shots by Courtney Ceo and Monique Fuiava, and a two-run dinger from Kelsey Chambers. Junior Mikayla Endicott (1-0) earned the win after she struck out four and walked one in her 3.1 innings in relief.

Texas swept Colorado State.  The Longhorns used a complete-game shutout performance by sophomore pitcher Blaire Luna to ease past Colorado State, 8-0, Saturday night in the Time Warner Cable Texas Invitational semifinals. The victory advanced Texas (9-0) to the tourney championship where they will meet Missouri State on Sunday at Noon Central. Luna (5-0) notched the victory and her fourth complete game of the season, allowing just one hit, walking two and equaling a season-high with 13 strikeouts. Rams starter Desiree Laswell (0-1) suffered the loss after allowing eight runs on six hits and walking one.Sophomore rightfielder Taylor Hoagland anchored the Texas offense with her two-hit effort that extended her hitting streak to 20 games. Her streak is the second-longest in UT history, only trailing her own 21-game streak from 2010.

Mississippi State . Despite battling an illness on Saturday, Mississippi State freshman Sam Lenahan was feeling great as her pinch-hit, walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh inning rallied Mississippi State to a 10-8 win against Southern Illinois. The win, coupled with a 2-0 win against Butler earlier in the day, put the Bulldogs in Sunday’s Bulldog Round-Robin championship game at the MSU Softball Field. Bulldog sophomore Kylie Vry tossed a four-hit shutout in Saturday’s opener as the Bulldogs (4-4) clinched a championship game berth against SIU at 1 p.m. on Sunday

Florida swept North Carolina 9-0 (5), 3-0.  Hannah Rogers went the distance in the run-rule game, a 2-hitter.  LP Sara Buchholz.  The Gators  took a firm bite with a 7-run 2nd.  Schutte hbp; Bush walked, Coyle doubled in a run, Horton belted a 3-run homer.  Bone relieved Buchholz.  Two more runs scored on a Fagan single and Moultrie sac bunt, then Paculba homered.  Fagan singled in a run in the 3rd, Bruder scored on a Bush sac fly in the 4th.   Florida 3-0. Stephanie Brombacher defeated Lori Spingola in a matchup of aces.  Moultrie opened the Gator 1st with a solo HR.  After Carolina stranded two in the 4th, Bush slugged a 2-run homer for Florida.

Notre Dame won a pair, defeating UIC 4-1,  Delaware 11-1

Michigan’s Stphanie Speierman got the 4-3 win over Tulsa, with relief from Jordan Taylor.d  Jordan Kinard took the loss.  The Wolverines started strong with 3 runs bottom 1st.  Chidester doubled in two runs, Kirkpatrick doubled in a run.  Knapp singled inthe UM second, scored on a wild pitch.  Tulsa, which outhit Michigan 8-6, notched a run in the 3rd; Chapman doubled, scored on Barre4tt’s single.  Chapman and Barrett scored in the 5th.   


Pirate Classic–Greenville, N.C.     Tournament Central

Virginia 15  St. John’s 8
WP-Stephanie Coates  (2-0)  LP-Ashley Beza  (1-3)

Virginia 2, Hofstra 0

Kent State 9,  St. John’s 2

East Carolina 5, Hofstra 0

East Carolina 3,  Kent State 1

Lancer Leadoff Classic–Farmville, Va.     Tournament Central

IUPUI 5  Quinnipiac 3

Army 5,  Quinnipiac 3

Longwood 8, IUPUI 1

Longwood 7,  Army 2

Elon Invitational–Elon, N.C.     Tournament Central

Seton Hall 4  Dayton 1
WP-Jen Metzger  (1-0)  LP-Sarah Wedel  (0-1)

Seton Hall vs Morgan State 11:45 AM

Elon vs Dayton 2:00 PM

Elon vs Morgan State 4:15 PM

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

Saint Joseph’s 4,  Bucknell 0

Saint Joseph’s 3,  James Madison 2

Coastal Carolina 2,  Bucknell 0

James Madison 6,  Coastal Carolina 2

Buccaneer InviteCharleston, S.C.     Tournament Central

Mercer 5  Charleston Southern 0
WP-Jenni Holtz  (2-1)  11 K’s  LP-Kimberly Hobbs  (1-3)

Virginia Tech 8  Mercer 0   (6 inn)
WP-Jasmin Harrell  (1-0)  LP-Kari Chambers  (1-2)

Ohio 1, Charleston Southern 0

Consolation Mercer 5, Charleston Southern 1

Championship Virginia Tech 3, Ohio 2

CofC Cougar ClassicCharleston, S.C.

Akron 6  East Tennessee State 3
WP-Alex Riedeman  (1-0) LP-Shelby Morris  (1-1)

Akron vs Canisius 12:00 PM

College of Charleston vs East Tennessee State 2:00 PM

Towson vs Canisius 4:00 PM

Towson vs Morehead State 6:00 PM

SSU TournamentSavannah, Ga.

Savannah State vs Fort Valley State 12:00 PM

Savannah State vs Brenau 2:00 PM

Savannah State vs Montreat College 4:00 PM
FAU Tournament–Boca Raton, Fla.

Michigan 4  Tulsa 3

Tulsa 7  Long Island 0
WP-Aimee Creger  (3-1)  No-Hitter  9 K’s  LP-Megan Sheaf  (0-5)

Michigan 3, Massachusetts 0

Long Island 1, Penn State 0

Massachusetts 6,  Florida Atlantic 1

Penn State 2, Florida Atlantic 1

JU InvitationalJacksonville, Fla.

Jacksonville State vs Central Michigan 11:00 AM

Jacksonville State vs Florida A&M 1:00 PM

Central Michigan vs Jacksonville 3:30 PM

Jacksonville vs Florida A&M 5:45 PM

Blue and Gold Felsberg Memorial TournamentMiami, Fla.     Tournament Central

Georgia Tech 7  Providence 0
WP-Kristen Adkins  (3-1)  4-Hitter  LP-Corinne Clauss  (0-2)

Pittsburgh 2, Georgia Tech 1
WP Karlyn Jones in relief.  LP Hope Rush

Illinois vs Pittsburgh 2:00 PM

Florida International vs Providence 4:00 PM

Florida International vs Illinois 6:00 PM

First Pitch ClassicCharlotte, N.C.

UNC-Greensboro vs Saint Francis 10:00 AM

Charlotte vs Eastern Kentucky 12:00 PM

Tournament Play

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

Georgetown 3  Saint Louis 2
WP-Mackensey Carter  (1-1)  LP-Julian Austin  (1-3)

Michigan State 3  Georgetown 2
WP-Lauren Kramer  (4-1)  LP-Hannah Slovacek  (0-1)

Villanova vs Michigan State 1:30 PM

South Carolina vs Villanova 3:45 PM

Florida Gulf Coast vs Saint Louis 6:00 PM

Florida Gulf Coast vs South Carolina 8:15 PM

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

Miami 1  Illinois-Chicago 0
WP-Jessica Simpson  (2-1)  5-Hitter  14 K’s  LP-Devin Miller  3-Hitter

Notre Dame 4  Illinois-Chicago 1
WP-Laura Winter  (2-0)  LP-Ashley Hewett  (3-1)  S-Jackie Bowe  (1)

Miami 6  Central Florida 5
WP-Paige Myers  (1-0)  LP-Lacey Dinney  (1-2)  S-Jessica Simpson  (1)

Notre Dame 11, Delaware 1 (5)
WP O’Donnell.  LP Hannah Rust.  S Kelly
Irish scored 7 runs in 1st, and 4 in 3rd.  O’Donnell was hitless thru three.

Central Florida 4,  Delaware 1

Hatter Invitational–DeLand, Fla.

Kansas 17,  Bethune-Cookman 7

Bethune Cookman 13, South Dakota State 12

Kansas vs Stetson 4:00 PM

Stetson vs South Dakota State 6:30 PM

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

Fordham 2  Indiana 0
WP-Jen Mineau  (2-1) LP-Morgan Melloh  (2-5)

UAB 3  Mississippi 0
WP-Leigh Streetman  (1-1) LP-Lindsey Perry  (1-2)

Indiana 5  South Florida 1
WP-Morgan Melloh  (3-5)  2-Hitter LP-Capri Catalano  (1-1)

DePaul 1  UAB 0   (8 inn)
WP-Kirsten Verdun  (3-1)  LP-Lannah Campbell  (0-1)  9 K’s

Fordham 9,  DePaul 3

South Florida 8,  Mississippi 0

Upstate Classic–Spartanburg, S.C.

George Mason vs Hampton 12:00 PM

South Carolina-Upstate vs Hampton 2:00 PM

South Carolina-Upstate vs George Mason 4:00 PM

Garnet and Gold Games–Tallahassee, Fla.

Georgia Southern 2  Middle Tennessee 0
WP-Brianna Streetmon  (3-2)  2-Hitter  LP-Jordyn Fisherback  (0-1)

Florida State 2  Kentucky 0
WP-Sarah Hamilton  (3-2)  LP-Chanda Bell  (3-1)

#2 Kentucky 9  #3 Georgia Southern 1   (6 inn)
WP-Rachel Riley  (2-1) LP-Allie Miles  (1-2)

#1 Florida State 11  #4 Middle Tennessee 1   (5 inn)
WP-Jessica Nori  (2-1)  LP-Caty Jutson  (1-3)

8th Annual Georgia Classic–Athens, Ga.

Marshall 7  North Dakota State 6
WP-Andi Williamson  (3-4)  LP-Randi Parks  (1-1)

Georgia 14  North Dakota State 4   (5 inn)
WP-Katie Murphy  (2-0)  LP-Katie Tamayo  (0-4)

Georgia 12  Marshall 2   (5 inn)
WP-Sarah McCloud  (1-0)  LP-Natalee Pulver  (0-2)

 North Carolina State 6  Buffalo 1
WP-Morgan Peeler  (3-1)  LP-Haylee Land  (0-3)

Buffalo 1  Winthrop 0
WP-Holly Johnson  (1-2)  4-Hitter  LP-Natalie Becker  (2-2)  1-Hitter

North Carolina State vs Winthrop 7:00 PM

Panther Invitational–Atlanta, Ga.

Appalachian State 4  Lipscomb 0
WP-Hannah Dow  (1-2)  LP-JJ Nelson  (0-2)

Lipscomb 4  Georgia State 0
WP-Whitney Kiihnl  (2-3)  2-Hitter  12 K’s  LP-Alana Thomas  (1-2)

Memphis 1  Appalachian State 0
WP-Carly Hummel  (4-0)  2-Hitter  8 K’s LP-Louise Gibson  (0-2)

Memphis 3  Georgia State 2
WP-Janelle Valle  (1-1)  LP-McCall Langford  (0-2)  S-Carly Hummel  (1)

Tiger Invitational–Auburn, Ala.

Campbell 11  McNeese State 1   (5 inn)
WP-Katie Woodcock  (1-0)  LP-Meagan Bond  (1-4)

Auburn 8  Western Illinois 1
WP-Lauren Schmalz  (4-0)  10 K’s  LP-Kelsey Michelini  (1-4)

Western Carolina 1  McNeese State 0
WP-Amber Steinhardt  (4-0)  LP-Kayla Shepard  (1-2)

Southern Mississippi 4  Western Carolina 2
WP-Gabby Luciani  (1-0)  LP-Katie King  (3-2)

Quality Inn ClassicTroy, Ala.

North Florida 3, Samford 2

North Florida 4, Central Arkansas 3 (8)

Troy 4,  Samford 1

Troy vs Bradley 5:30 PM

Bradley vs Central Arkansas 8:00 PM

APSU Spring ClassicClarksville, Tenn.

Ball State 8,  Belmont 0 (5)

Cleveland State 1, Ball State 0

Cleveland State vs Austin Peay 1:00 PM

Belmont 6, UMKC 3

UMKC vs Austin Peay 5:00 PM

South Alabama Mardi Gras ClassicMobile, Ala.

Evansville 10  Southeastern Louisiana 3
WP-Emily Morris  (2-1)  LP-Jessie Browne  (2-3)

South Alabama 18  Evansville 0   (5 inn)
WP-Lindsey Croft  (2-0)  3-Hitter  LP-Maggie Little  (0-1)

Ohio State 4  Southeastern Louisiana 3
WP-Kasie Kelly  (2-1)  LP-Kati Morse  (0-3)

Chattanooga 4  South Alabama 2
WP-Michelle Fuzzard  (2-1)  LP-Morgan Druhan  (2-1)

Ohio State vs Tennessee-Martin 6:00 PM

Chattanooga vs Tennessee-Martin 8:15 PM

Bama Bash–Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Louisville 2  Texas-San Antonio 1
WP-Tori Collins  (2-2)  3-Hitter  12 K’s LP-Haylee Staton  (1-2)

Alabama 9  Syracuse 0   (5 inn)
WP-Kelsi Dunne  (4-0)  1-Hitter  13 K’s  LP-Jenna Caira  (4-1)

Alabama 9  Louisville 8
WP-Kelsi Dunne  (5-0) LP-Tori Collins  (2-3)

Tournament Play 4:00 PM

Tournament Play 6:00 PM

Bulldog Round Robin–Starkville, Miss.

Southern Illinois 8  Louisiana Tech 7
WP-Danielle Glosson  (2-1)  LP-Janna Frandrup  (0-1)

Louisiana Tech 3  Butler 2
WP-Michelle Jones  (1-1)  LP-Jennifer Chasteen  (0-1)

Mississippi State 2  Butler 0
WP-Kylie Vry  (1-3)  4-Hitter  LP-Jenny Esparza  (0-2)  3-Hitter

Mississippi State 10  Southern Illinois 8
WP-Stephanie Becker  (2-0)  LP-Danielle Glosson  (2-2)

Rajin’ Cajuns Invitational–Lafayette, La.

Maine 7  Tennessee State 3
WP-Kylie Sparks  (1-0)  LP-Caitlin Eaton  (2-1)

Louisiana-Lafayette 9  Maine 0
WP-Christina Hamilton  (3-0)  3-Hitter  LP-Ashley Kelley  (0-3)

Louisiana-Lafayette 7  Stephen F. Austin 0
WP-Ashley Brignac  (3-0)  3-Hitter  12 K’s  LP-Monika Covington  (0-4)

Stephen F. Austin 6  Tennessee State 0
WP-Carlie Thomas  (2-3)  3-Hitter  LP-Olivia Gamache  (0-2)

Hilton Plaza Classic–Houston, Texas

Oklahoma State 13  Southern 3   (6 inn)
WP-Morgan Hawkins  (1-0)  LP-Michael Pless  (0-4)

Oklahoma State 7   Nicholls State 6   (10 inn)
WP-Kat Espinosa  (4-0)  LP-Ashton Bennett  (1-2)

Houston 5  LSU 4   (8 inn)
WP-Donna Bourgeois  (3-1)  LP-Rachele Fico  (3-2)

Houston 12  Southern 2   (5 inn)
WP-Diedre Outon  (1-0)  LP-Lindsay Konopelko  (0-3)

LSU 11  Nicholls State 2   (5 inn)
WP-Meghan Patterson  (4-0)  LP-Carlee Winklemann  (1-1)

2011 Aggie Classic–College Station, Texas

Texas-Arlington 5  Wichita State 2
WP-Teri Lyles  (2-3)  11 K’s  LP-Katie Armagost  (1-3)

Texas A&M 16  Wichita State 0   (5 inn)
WP-Melissa Dumezich  (4-2)  LP-Brianna Smet  (1-3)

Texas A&M 4  Texas-Arlington 0
WP-Lindsey Sisk  (4-1)  4-Hitter  LP-Callie Collinns  (2-1)

Sleep Inn Classic–Denton, Texas

Nebraska 10  Centenary 2   (5 inn)
WP-Tatum Edwards  (1-0)  LP-Lauren Highsmith  (0-3)

Nebraska 7  Northwestern State 0
WP-Ashley Hagemann  (7-1)  2-Hitter  10 K’s  LP-Kelee Grimes  (0-2)

Northwestern State 2  Tennessee Tech 1
WP-Kylie Roos  (3-0) LP-Holly Thomas  (1-1)  S-Brooke Boening  (1)

North Texas 5  Tennessee Tech 4
WP-Brittany Simmons  (2-4)  LP-Whitney Cummings  (0-2)

Time Warner Cable Invitational–Austin, Texas

Wisconsin 9  Missouri State 2
WP-Cassandra Darrah  (2-0)  LP-Jourdan Esquenazi  (0-1)

Texas 12  Colorado State 4   (6 inn)
WP-Rachel Fox  (4-0)  LP-Kelsey Jo O’Brien  (2-4)

#3 Missouri State 6  #2 Wisconsin 2
WP-Natalie Rose  (1-1)  9 K’s  LP-Meghan McIntosh  (1-2)

#1 Texas 8  #4 Colorado State 0   (5 inn)
WP-Blaire Luna  (5-0)  1-Hitter  13 K’s  LP-Desiree Laswell  (0-1)

CenturyLink Classic–San Marcos, Texas

Purdue 1  Texas State 0
WP-Suzie Rzegocki  (3-1)  LP-Anne Marie Taylor  (1-1)

Texas State 3  Iowa State 0
WP-Crystal Alainz  (1-1)  LP-Breanna Holliday  (1-1)  S-Chandler Hall  (1)

Iowa State 8  Purdue 5
WP-Rachel Zabriskie  (3-1)  LP-Suzie Rzegocki  (3-2)  S-Breanna Holliday  (1)

TTU Invitational I–Lubbock, Texas

Utah Valley 7  Bryant 6
WP-Josi Summers  (1-3)  LP-Jennifer Jacob  (0-1)

Texas Tech 8  Utah Valley 2
WP-Ashley Brokeshoulder  (4-0)  LP-Josi Summers  (2-3)

Texas Tech 10  Bryant 2   (5 inn)
WP-Kelsey Dennis  (2-0)  1-Hitter  LP-Brittany Hart  (1-1)

Troy Cox Classic–Las Cruces, N.M.

Oklahoma 12  Sam Houston State 4
WP-Michelle Gascoigne  (3-1)  LP-Courtney Schoenemann  (1-2)

New Mexico State 15  Sam Houston State 7   (5 inn)
WP-Kelsey Schueler  (2-0) LP-Tomi Garrison  (3-3)

New Mexico State 10  Southern Utah 5

Oklahoma 14  Louisiana-Monroe 4   (5 inn)
WP-Kirsten Allen  (1-0)  LP-Tiffany Mills  (3-2)
note Gametracker says winning and losing pitchers were Allen and Allen

Louisiana-Monroe vs Southern Utah 6:30 PM

Hillebrand Invitational–Tucson, Ariz.

Drake 8  Pacific 0   (6 inn)
WP-Jenna DeLong  (4-0)  1-Hitter  LP-Nikki Armagost  (2-1)

Arizona 5  Drake 3
WP-Kenzie Fowler  (6-0)  9 K’s  LP-Brynne Dordel  (2-2)

Arizona 8  Kennesaw State 0 

Pacific 6  Texas A&M-CC 4
WP-Tori Shepard  (1-0)  LP-Jordan Trujillo  (3-1)

Kennesaw State 9  Texas A&M-CC 1

 Littlewood Classic–Tempe, Ariz.

Idaho State 8  Seattle 0
WP-Kandis Clesson  (1-1)  LP-Jessica Ulrich  (0-4)

Illinois State 16  Seattle 0   (5 inn)
WP-Taylor Baxter  (2-0)  2-Hitter  LP-Kelli Demianew  (0-1)

Iowa vs Illinois State 2:30 PM     Rained Out

Arizona State vs Idaho State 5:00 PM

Arizona State vs Iowa 7:00 PM

Loisville Slugger Classic Las Vegas, Nev.

Boise State 7  Cal Poly 5
WP-Allie Crump  (2-2)  LP-Anna Cahn  (1-3)

Orgeon 13  Hawai’i 5   (5 inn)
WP-Mikayla Endicott  (1-0)  LP-Stephanie Ricketts  (3-1)

Stanford 7  BYU 4
WP-Teagan Gerhart  (4-1)  LP-Paige Affleck  (3-3)

Portland State 8  Nevada 0   (5 inn)
WP-Anna Bertrand  (3-2)  1-Hitter  LP-Mallary Darby  (2-4)

Cal Poly 5  Utah State 2
WP-Rebecca Patton  (1-4)  LP-Shelbi Tyteca  (0-2)

Oregon 8  Arkansas 7   (8 inn) 
WP-Jessica Moore  (4-1)  LP-Layne McGuirt  (0-1)

BYU 11  CS Northridge 0
WP-Tori Almond  (1-0)  LP-Carly Wade  (1-2)

Utah 12  Nevada 8
WP-Naomi Amu  (1-1)  LP-Mallary Darby  (2-5)

SIU-Edwardsville 1  UNLV 0
WP-Erika Taylor  (1-3)  1-HitterLP-Amanda Oliveto  (2-2)

Long Beach State 11  Arkansas 0   (5 inn)
WP-Taylor Petty  (3-1)  4-Hitter  LP-Layne McGuirt  (0-2)

Hawai’i 6  Stanford 1
WP-Stephanie Ricketts  (4-1)  LP-Teagan Gerhart  (4-2)

UCLA 6  Utah 2
WP-Jessica Hall  (3-1)  LP-Naomi Amu  (1-2)

UNLV 4  Tennessee 3
WP-Amanda Oliveto  (3-2)  LP-Ivy Renfroe  (2-1)

Long Beach State 7  Boise State 5   (8 inn)
WP-Erin Jones-Wesley  (3-0)  LP-Morgan Barnes  (0-1)

Utah State 9  Cal State Northridge 1   (5 inn)
WP-Shelbi Tyteca  (1-2)  LP-Carly Wade  (1-3)

UCLA 3  Portland State 0
WP-Jessica Hall  (4-1)  2-Hitter  LP-Nichole Latham  (2-3)

Tennessee 12  SIU-Edwardsville 2   (5 inn)
WP-Ellen Renfroe  (4-0)  8 K’s  LP Erika Taylor

San Diego Classic I–San Diego, Calif.//cancelled

UC-Davis vs Howard 9:00 AM

Northwestern vs Sacramento State 9:00 AM

Fresno State vs UC-Davis 11:30 AM

Northwestern vs Washington 11:30 AM

Missouri vs Washington 2:00 PM

California vs UC-Santa Barbara 2:00 PM

California vs San Diego 4:30 PM

San Diego State vs Howard 4:30 PM

Fresno State vs San Diego 7:00 PM

Missouri vs San Diego State 7:00 PM

aTen Construction Tournament–Riverside, Calif.

Minnesota vs Loyola Marymount 9:00 AM

UC Riverside vs Rutgers 11:30 AM

Minnesota vs Loyola Marymount 2:00 PM


IPFW vs Indiana State 12:00 PM Terre Haute, Ind.

IPFW vs Indiana State 2:00 PM Terre Haute, Ind.

North Carolina Central vs Norfolk State 1:00 PM Norfolk, Va.

North Carolina Central vs Norfolk State 3:00 PM Norfolk, Va.

Furman vs Gardner-Webb 1:00 PM Boiling Springs, N.C.

Furman vs Gardner-Webb 3:00 PM Boiling Springs, N.C.

North Carolina vs Florida 1:00 PM Gainesville, Fla.

North Carolina vs Florida 3:00 PM Gainesville, Fla.

New Mexico vs Baylor 12:00 PM Waco, Texas

Maryland-Eastern Shore vs Alabama State 1:00 PM Montgomery, Ala.

Maryland-Eastern Shore vs Alabama State 3:30 PM Montgomery, Ala.

Texas Southern vs Prairie View A&M 1:00 PM Prairie View, Texas

Texas Southern vs Prairie View A&M 3:00 PM Prairie View, Texas

San Jose State vs CS-Bakersfield 12:00 PM Bakersfield, Calif.

San Jose State vs CS-Bakersfield 2:00 PM Bakersfield, Calif.

Houston Baptist vs UTEP 3:00 PM El Paso, Texas

Houston Baptist vs UTEP 5:00 PM El Paso, Texas



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