2-22-2011 DI College Scores

FEBRUARY 22 2011 D1 COLLEGE

 

TOP 25  (USA SOFTBALL Poll, 2/22/2011)

1.  Arizona

2.  Alabama def UAB 3-0

3.  Georgia

3.  UCLA

5.  Florida

6.  Oklahoma

7.  Michigan

8.  Arizona State

9.  Washington

10.  Tennessee def Southern Utah 10-1 (5)

11.  Hawaii swept UC Riverside 2-0, 9-1

12.  Texas

13.  Oregon

14.  California

15.  Missouri

16.  Stanford

17.  ULL

18.  Oklahoma State

19.  Texas Tech

20.  LSU

21.  Texas A&M def Texas State 6-0

22.  Nebraska

23.  Houston

24.  Kentucky

25. Georgia Tech 

GAME NOTES (Gametracker, college web sites)
Baylor (11-0) notched a pair of victories and is off to the best start in program history after a doubleheader sweep of Louisiana Tech on Tuesday afternoon in Ruston, La. The Lady Bears won game one, 11-0 (5) and 9-0 (6) in game two. The pitching staff combined to allow just three hits in the doubleheader, while Dani Leal went 4-for-7 with five RBI. Baylor was leading 3-0 after 5 in the first game.  Top 6th, Redfearn, Hall singled.  Fielder’s choice by Kettler, forced Hall. Redfearn scored on error when Ketler stole 2nd.  Vannatta sac fly, 5-0.  Leal, Redfearn rbi singles.  Baylor 10 hits; Tech made four errors. 

Tennessee pounded out 10 hits, to four for Southern Utah.  Dotson, Burchell had rbi singles bottom 1st.  After Southern Utah stranded 2 in 2nd, Vols loaded bases.  Kearns relieved Axe.  Andrews scored, wild pitch; runners advanced.  Lewis scored, wild pitch.  Chavanne scored on Grieve groundout.  Dotson scored on Burchell groundout.  In 3rd, Spigner doubled, scored on Andrews single; Lewis singled, Chavanne walked, loading the bases.  O’Connor rbi single; Dotson sac fly; Brown rbi single, 10-0.  Southern Utah scored in 4th on Fernandez home run.

Alabama scored three runs in the seventh inning and used a one-hit gem from senior Kelsi Dunne to down UAB, 3-0 Tuesday night. With the win, the Crimson Tide improves to 11-0 on the season. On her birthday, freshman Ryan Iamurri was the one giving the gift as she slapped in what proved to be the winning run, when she plated junior Jazlyn Lunceford on a grounder to short in the top of the seventh inning. Sophomore Courtney Conley then swiped home after she eluded a pickoff attempt and then Iamurri was able to complete the scoring, crossing the plate after a wild pitch.  Dunne proved to be too much for the Blazers as she has grown a liking to the UAB circle. After a 17 strikeout performance last season in Birmingham, she followed it up with a 14 punchout, complete game effort Tuesday night. After the win, the right-hander improves to 6-0 on the season.  Lunceford started off the rally in the final frame as she drove a liner off the wall in left-center. She was then bunted over to third by junior Kendall Dawson and brought home by Iamurri.

Texas A&M  earned its fourth shutout of the season and improved its winning streak to eight with a 6-0 defeat of Texas State Tuesday at the Aggie Softball Complex. The Aggies took an early 2-0 lead on the Bobcats. The first two runs of the game came in the bottom of the first when senior Rhiannon Kliesing slammed her sixth home run of the season over the right field fence, pushing junior Natalie Villarreal home with her.  In the bottom of the second sophomore Mel Dumezich popped a single into the left side and took two bases when Villarreal added a single down the right field line with two outs. Both were left stranded in the inning.  A&M sent three base runners home in the next inning. Kliesing drew a walk to start the half-inning. Sophomore Lauren Schwirtlich, pinch running for Kliesing, was sent home in the next at-bat by classmate Meagan May’s long double to right center.  Freshman Kaydee Rayburn entered at second to run for May and reached the plate on another double, hit by freshman Amber Garza. Garza stole home on a passed ball and brought the score to 5-0.  Dumezich bunted and outran the throw for a single. She got as far as second base but was left on base at the end of the third.Freshman Cassie Tysarczyk hit her third long ball of the season in the bottom of the fifth to put A&M ahead by another run. The home run popped up to left-center and bounced off the top of the wall.

ULTIMATE COLLEGE SOFTBALL, GAMETRACKER, OTHER SCOREBOARDS

Oakland 11, South Carolina State 3
WP Brittany Doyle.  LP Vianney Gomez

Oakland 9, South Carolina State 0
WP Marissa Everitt.  LP Raven Johnson 

Towson vs UMBC 2:00 PM Baltimore, Md.     Postponed–Rescheduled for April 7

Central Baptist 10  Arkansas-Pine Bluff 2   (5 inn)

Central Baptist 15  Arkansas-Pine Bluff 5   (5 inn)

Baylor 11  Louisiana Tech 0   (5 inn)
WP-Whitney Canion  (5-0)  LP-Meghan Krieg  (1-4)

Baylor 9  Louisiana Tech 0   (6 inn)
WP-Courtney Repka  (4-0)  2-Hitter LP-Erin Kipp  (1-2)

Hawai’i 2  UC-Riverside 0
WP-Stephanie Ricketts  (6-1)  1-HitterLP-Jordyn McDonald  (1-3)

Hawai’i 9  UC-Riverside 1   (6 inn)
WP-Kaia Parnaby  (4-0)  1-Hitter  8 K’s  LP-Casey Suda  (0-1)

College of Charleston 6  Charleston Southern 3
WP-Stephanie Saylors  (3-2)  LP-Morgan Dowdy  (2-3)

College of Charleston 4  Charleston Southern 3   (8 inn)
WP-Alexa Datko  (3-1)  10 K’s  LP-Kimberly Hobbs (1-4)

Jacksonville 4  South Dakota State 3   (8 inn)
WP-Olivia Kline  (5-1)  LP-Pam Nicholson  (0-5)

Jacksonville 4  South Dakota State 3   (8 inn)
WP-Olivia Kline  (5-1)  LP-Pam Nicholson  (0-5)

Mercer 8  Savannah State 0   (5 inn)
WP-Jenni Holtz  (5-1)  LP-Madison Hedderly  (0-3)

Mercer 18  Savannah State 0   (5 inn)
WP-Kassie Bailey  (1-0)  LP-Madison Hedderly  (0-4)

Grambling State 6  Centenary 0

Texas Southern 9  Our Lady of the Lake 4
WP-Victoria Veyna  (2-2)  LP-Melanie Ann Gonzalez  (1-2)

Texas Southern 11  Our Lady of the Lake 4
WP-JoAnn Herrera  (1-3)  LP-Tiffany Stritz  (1-0)

Mississippi 6  Mississippi Valley State 1
WP-Kendall Bruning  (1-4)  9 K’s  LP-Kimberly Spivey

Belhaven 5  Jackson State 1
WP-Sarah Burns  5-IP  9 K’s  LP-Breea Jamerson

Tennessee 10  Southern Utah 1   (5 inn)
WP-Ivy Renfroe  (3-1) LP-Danielle Axe  (0-5)

 UNLV 4,  Southern Utah 3

Alabama 3,  UAB 0

 Texas A&M 6  Texas State 0
WP-Melissa Dumezich  (5-2)  1-Hitter  10 K’s
LP-Chandler Hall  (2-4)

 

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