2-27-2011 February 27 D1 College

FEBRUARY 27 2011 D1 COLLEGE

Also see D1 Week in Review

TOP 25  (USA Softball rankings 2/22/11 

1.  Arizona def Loyola Marymount 6-0, def San Diego State 5-0 

2.  Alabama def South Florida 12-1  

3.  Georgia 

3.  UCLA  def Northwestern 5-4 (8), def U Mass 12-5

5.  Florida  

6.  Oklahoma   

7.  Michigan def Maine 9-0 (5)  

8.  Arizona State  

9.  Washington

10.  Tennessee    

11.  Hawaii 

12.  Texas def U Mass 3-0

13.  Oregon  def San Jose State 6-0, def  Santa Clara 1-0

14.  California  def Cal Poly 2-0

15.  Missouri  def Western Michigan 6-1

16.  Stanford  def UC Davis 5-3

17.  ULL  def Houston Baptist 5-0

18.  Oklahoma State   

19.  Texas Tech  def Wichita State 10-2 (5)

20.  LSU def Cal Poly 7-4  

21.  Texas A&M  

22.  Nebraska def Ohio State 10-0 (5), def Long Island 6-1 (6) 

23.  Houston   def Louisiana Monroe 1-0, def Baylor 1-0

24.  Kentucky  def North Dakota State 5-4

25. Georgia Tech  

 

GAME NOTES Cathedral City Classic

Nebraska defeated Ohio State 10-0 (5). The Huskers are a year away from Big Ten competition but showed their mettle by bashing the Buckeyes.  Hagemann threw three innings of no-hit ball; Edwards yielded 2 hits in two innings.  Thomason was 2-3, with a home run and three rbi.
Nebraska defeated Long Island 6-1.  Hagemann gave up 2 hits and the LIU run, Edwards 1 hit.  The Huskers scored 3 in the 3rd, and 3 in the 4th.  Four runs were earned.  The Huskers had 11 hits.

Syracuse defeated Nevada 4-3.  Syracuse improved to 11-2, and is quite prepared for Big East competition.  Kuwik gave up 4 hits in 5 innings; Caira threw three innings of no-hit ball.  Watson hit a solo homer.
UCLA 5, Northwestern 4 (8).  The Bruins, who trailed early 2-0, won on Tiamalu’s 2-run walkoff home run bottom 8th.  The Wildcats had gone ahead 4-3 in the top.  The Wildcats smacked Kerr for 8 hirts, Macon who won in relief for 2 hits including the NU go-ahead run in top 8th.  Sammy Albanese was tagged with the loss after surrendering Tiamalu’s dinger. Hall and Majam had solo shots.

LSU 7, Cal Poly 4.  Teams were tied 3-all after three.  Tigers had gone ahead in top 3rd on Wray’s 2-run homer, 3-1, but the Mustangs tied.  The score was knotted until bottom 6thWestlund hit a one-out single off the second LSU hurler, Patterson.  Rachele Fico relieved and struck out two batters, but the umpire called consecutive illegal pitches on Fico, and Westlund, who had stolen 2nd on a close call, scored, 4-3.  The calls seemed to ignite the Tigers in the 7th.  Blades was hbp.  Heyward sacrificed her to 2nd.  Shaw beat out an infield hit (error by catcher?).  Russell was safe on a fielder’s choice, bases loaded.  Wray singled, rbi, tying the  game.  Langoni struck out on a rise ball.  Santos drew a bases loaded walk, rbi, 5-4.  Houston doubled in two runs.  In the bottom, Fico struck out two of three, and emerged as the winning pitcher.

UCLA 12, Ohio State 5.  The Bruins scored 4 runs bottom 1st on 2 hits, 4 walks, and 6 illegal pitches called on a trio of Buckeye hurlers.  The only solid blow was DiSalvatore’s ground rule double, rbi.  Three runs were forced in by illegal pitch calls.  UCLA leading 8-5 loaded the bases in the 4th.  Bates belted a 2-run double.   The Bruins loaded the bases again in the 6th, and scored two more runs, one when DiSalvatore drew a bases-loaded walk.   UCLA finished with three wins, two losses.  Bates, DiSalvatore, and Taumalu eachmhad 2 rbi; Harrison, Fox and Snow had the other rbi.  The Bruins had 15 hits, with six players having multiple hits.  But, the Bruins stranded 11 runners, the Buckeyes 9.

  Arizona 6, Loyola Marymount 0.  Kenzi Foster was ailing so Shelby Babcock did yeoman service.  Babcock worked out of a bases-loaded situation in the 4th.  The game was effectively decided in bottom 3rd.  Lastrapes singled, Schutzler walked, DelPionte walked, loading the bases for Stacey Chambers who jacked a grand slam, the third slam and eighth home run of the season.  Chambers now has 74 round-trippers, closing in on the NCAA record of 90 set by Stacey Nuveman as a catcher for UCLA more than a decade ago.  In the 4th, Lastrapes made out but was given another at-bat when one of the multitude of illegal pitches called in this tournament reversed the out; Lastrapes singled, and later scored on a pickle.  Lastrapes also scored the final run in the 6th; she singled and scored on Del Ponte’s single.

Arizona 5, Loyola Marymount 0.  A subpar Kenzie Fowler is  still superior to most other pitchers, as she proved against the Aztecs, limiting them to four hits.  This game was virtually over in the 1st.  Lastrapes walked; Schutzler beat out an infield hit; after Del Ponte ground out, Chambers cracked a 2-run double.  Koria singled, and Arriola drove in a third run.  In the 6th, freshman shortstop Lavine belted a 2-run home run. 

Texas 3, Massachusetts 0.  Blaire Luna paired 10Ks with one hit by Magill.  In the 5th, Bennett drove in a run, and Bruins drove in two more.

Fresno State 7, U Mass 5.  The Bulldogs expanded their 2-1 lead with Stiglich’s grand slam in the 5th.  Magill hit a 2-run shot for U Mass and Meeks also hit a 2-run homer; Meeks was 3-3.  Plourde had 11 Ks in a losing cause.

Utah 10, Nevada 0.  Myers slugged a grand slam for Utah and Fankhauser had a 3-run shot in their 8-run outburst in the 3rd.  Brewer took the loss, charged with the first two Utah runs in the 2nd, but Craig was tagged for 7 hits and the 8 runs in the 3rd.

Syracuse 2, CS Fullerton 1.  The game was scoreless until the 6th when Mario scored for the Titans.  In the bottom, Kohl and Nandin drove in runs, Kohl driving in L. Daniels who had tripled.

NOTES FROM OTHER GAMES

North Carolina 3, Penn State 0.  Tar Heel freshman Lori Spingola pitched a perfect game.

Oregon tapped a sixth-inning solo home run by Kelsey Chambers to win its second game Sunday in day two of the Libby Matson Tournament. Chambers claimed her first game-winning RBI of 2011 immediately before with a sacrifice fly in the Ducks’ 6-0 win over San Jose State – its second straight tourney win over the Spartans.  Junior Samantha Skillingstad also did her part in the day’s second game and her second shutout of the season. The Spokane, Wash., native struck out 11 Broncos – one off her career high – walked four, and allowed only three hits.

Notre Dame sets record.  Ten years ago, the Notre Dame softball team started the 2001 campaign with eight straight wins. One decade the later, the Irish bettered that school-record streak with nine straight wins after earning a pair of wins Sunday at the College of Charleston’s Cougar Classic. Notre Dame began the day at Patriots Point with a five-inning, 10-1 victory over Marist. The team then went to work for a 6-4 win over Liberty for the program’s 900th win in 23 seasons.
A perfect 4-0 record at the Cougar Classic was made largely possible by a pitching corps which posted a 0.54 ERA in 26.0 innings. Jody Valdivia, Laura Winter, Jackie Bowe and Brittany O’Donnell each recorded a win with Valdivia also posting a save.

SCOREBOARDS
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Cathedral City ClassicCathedral City, Calif.     Tournament Central

UCLA 5  Northwestern 4   (8 inn)
WP-Aleah Macon  (1-0)  LP-Sammy Albanese  (0-1)

 Texas 3  Massachusetts 0
WP-Blaire Luna  (9-1)  1-Hitter  10 K’s  LP-Sara Plourde  (2-5)

 Nebraska 10  Ohio State 0   (5 inn)
WP-Ashley Hagemann  (10-1)  LP-Audrey Plant  (0-2)

LSU 7  Cal Poly 4
WP-Rachele Fico  (4-4)  LP-Rebecca Patton  (1-7)

 Syracuse 4  Nevada 3   (8 inn)
WP-Stacy Kuwik  (4-1)
LP-Mallary Darby  (3-7)

UCLA 12  Ohio State 5
WP-Jessica Hall  (7-3)  LP-Karisa Medrano  (1-6)

Fresno State 7  Massachusetts 5
WP-Mackenzie Oakes  (4-0)  LP-Sara Plourde  (2-6)

Nebraska 6  Long Island 1   (6 inn)
WP-Ashley Hagemann  (11-1)  LP-Megan Sheaf  (1-5)

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

Syracuse 2  CS Fullerton 1
WP-Jenna Caira  (8-1)  LP-Ari Cervantes  (1-3)

Arizona 6  Loyola Marymount 0
WP-Shelby Babcock  (4-1)  LP-Corie Goodman  (0-2)

CS Fullerton 13  Long Island 4   (5 inn)
WP-Katey Laban  (1-3)  LP-Sarah Reynolds  (2-6)

UC-Santa Barbara 4  Utah 2

California 2  Cal Poly 0

Arizona 5  San Diego State 0
WP-Kenzie Fowler  (10-1)  LP-Bailey Micetich  (4-5)

Loyola Marymount 9  UC-Santa Barbara 4

  

Norfolk State TournamentNorfolk, Va.

Monmouth 5  Morgan State 0

WP-Lauren Sulick  (2-0)

LP-Jordan Eades  (3-7)

S-Michelle Rapp  (1)

Iona 4  Monmouth 0

WP-Sarah Jackson  (4-0)  2-Hitter

LP-Dara Palms  (1-1)

George Washington 3  Iona 0

WP-Kara Clauss  (2-1)

LP-Alyssa Maiese  (1-3)

Fairleigh Dickinson 3  Norfolk State 2

WP-Maire Shaughnessy  (1-0)

LP-Alyssa Velazquez  (1-1)

Fairleigh Dickinson 7  George Washington 5

WP-Caitln Bradac  (1-1)

LP-Heidi Penna  (0-1)

S-Kristen Shreve  (2)

 

ECU Pirate ClassicGreenville, N.C.     Tournament Central

Fairfield 12  Lehigh 11   (8 inn)

WP-Rae Ball  (1-0)

LP-Ashley Quigley  (0-3)

Towson 4  Lehigh 1

WP-Dominique Ortega (1-2)

LP-Kelsey Lee (0-1)

TowsonCampbell 0

WP-Katie Lingmai (4-1)

LP-Katie Woodcock (1-1)

East Carolina 6  Campbell 0

WP-Toni Paisley  (10-2)  2-Hitter  8 K’s

LP-Brittany Arnn  (3-2)

 

UNC-Wilmington TournamentWilmington, N.C.

Dayton 3  Gardner-Webb 2

WP-Alysha Isaacson (3-1)

LP-Cindy Boomhower (1-3)

Lancer Spring FlingFarmville, Va.     Tournament Central

Quinnipiac 8  Stony Brook 2

WP-Katie Alfiere  (1-0)

LP-Colleen Matthes  (1-2)

Quinnipiac 8  Bucknell 1

WP-Emily O’Keefe (2-2)

LP-Alex MacLean (1-5)

Longwood 7  Stony Brook 0

WP-Briana Wells  (6-0)  1-Hitter

LP-Colleen Matthes  (1-3)

Longwood 6  Bucknell 2
WP-Brittany Shotwell  (1-0)
LP-Bridget Gates  (0-1)
S-Briana Wells  (1)
 

Mason/Dixon TournamentRaleigh, N.C.

Youngstown State 8  Siena 0   (5 inn)

WP-Casey Crozier  (1-0)

LP-Amanda Filipazzo  (0-1)

Youngstown State 9  South Carolina State 1   (5 inn)

WP-Hana Somogyi  (2-2)

LP-Vianney Gomez  (0-7)

Siena 5  North Carolina Central 1

WP-Jessika-Jo Sandrini  (2-0)

LP-Kayla McPeek  (0-1)

Delaware State 10  North Carolina Central 2   (5 inn)

WP-Casey Beighley  (1-0)

LP-Aurora Baker  (0-1)

Carolina ClassicChapel Hill, N.C.     Tournament Central

Florida International 1  Penn State 0   (8 inn)

WP-Ashley McClain  (2-0)  1-Hitter

LP-Lisa Akamine  (2-2)

North Carolina 3  Penn State 0

WP-Lori Spingola  (8-3) PERFECT GAME 

LP-Jackie Hill  (2-3)

Florida International 5  North Carolina State 4

WP-Ashley McClain  (3-0)

LP-Jade Hennig  (0-1)

GeorgetownNorth Carolina State 1

WP-Mackensey Carter  (2-1)

LP-Morgan Peeler  (3-3)

 North Carolina A&T TournamentGreensboro, N.C.

North Carolina A&T 3  Rider 0

WP-Hope Fletcher  (3-2)

LP-Rachael Matreale  (1-1)

IPFW 2  Western Carolina 0

WP-Rachel Staschuk  (2-0)  3-Hitter  10 K’s

LP-Amber Steinhardt  (4-2)

IPFW 5  Presbyterian 0

WP-Courtney Cronin  (3-0)  3-Hitter

LP-Leslie Hensley  (4-1)

Presbyterian 4  IPFW 4   FinalTIE

UNCG Spartan ClassicGreensboro, N.C.

Consolation
UNC-Greensboro 3  Morehead State 2
WP-Cory Mattson  (3-5)
LP-Kelcey McMurray  (2-2)
 
Championship
#31 Kansas 1  Minnesota 0
WP-Kristin Martinez  (6-0)
LP-Sara Moulton  (6-5)

CCU InvitationalConway, S.C.     Tournament Central

Boston College 5  Rhode Island 2

WP-Nicole D-Argento  (3-1)

LP-Jayshree Narendran  (0-1)

S-Morgan Kidd  (1)

Coastal Carolina 6  Virginia Tech 5

WP-Katelin Edwards  (2-3)

LP-Jasmin Harrell  (3-1)

CofC Cougar Classic IICharleston, S.C.

Iowa State 5  Drexel 2

WP-Tori Torrescano  (2-2)

LP-Hillary Allen  (0-3)

#24 Notre Dame 10  Marist 1   (5 inn)

WP-Brittany O’Donnell  (2-0)

LP-Hayley Shelton  (0-2)

#24 Notre Dame 6  Liberty 4

WP-Jackie Bowe  (1-0)

LP-Katrina Johnson  (1-1)

S-Jody Valdivia  (1)

College of CharlestonIowa State 1

WP-Stephanie Sayors  (3-3)

LP-Rachel Zabriskie  (4-3)
The Green and White TournamentCharlotte, N.C.

Consolation

James Madison 6  Seton Hall 2

WP-Olivia McPherson  (4-1)

LP-Hannah Hill  (0-3)

Championship

Charlotte 5  Robert Morris 0

WP-Katy Hackett  (7-3)

LP-Geena Badolato  (0-2)

FAU InvitationalBoca Raton, Fla.

ConnecticutJacksonville 2

WP-Kiki Saveriano  (1-2)

LP-Olivia Kline  (7-3)

Florida Atlantic  5  Kent State 0

WP-Rose Gressley  (2-5)  3-Hitter  8 K’s

LP-Lauren McNeil  (2-5)  8 K’s

Maryland 5  #38 Pittsburgh 4

WP-Kendra Knight  (2-2)

LP-Alyssa O’Connell  (2-2)

S-Ashley Czechner  (1)

Moe’s Blue and Green InvitationalFort Myers, Fla.     Tournament Central

Eastern Michigan 8  UMBC 0   (5 inn)

WP-Jenna Ignowski  (2-1)  4-Hitter

LP-Stephanie Weigman  (1-3)

Southern Illinois 5  Iowa 1

WP-Danielle Glosson  (5-2)

LP-Chelsea Lyon  (2-4)

Florida Gulf Coast 2  Albany 1

WP-Catherine McDaniel  (2-4)

LP-Allie Weiser  (0-2)

Eastern Michigan 7  Saint Francis 6   (8 inn)

WP-Jaclyn Caro  (1-0)

LP-Megan Layne  (2-4)

S-Jenna Ignowski  (1)

Florida Gulf Coast 12  Saint Francis 0   (5 inn)
WP-Morgan Campen  (1-1)
LP-Megan Layne  (2-5)

 Courtyard by Marriott Invitational IIOrlando, Fla.     Tournament Central

Villanova 1  UMKC 0

WP-Caitlyn Delahaba  (4-2)

LP-Katie Franks  (1-1)

#7 Michigan 9  Maine 0   (6 inn)

WP-Hillary Payne  (1-0)

LP-Beth Spoehr  (0-2)

North FloridaCentral Florida 4

WP-Cortney Radke  (5-7)

LP-Ashley Schmitt  (0-3)

Fairfield Inn and Suites Tampa-North TournamentTampa, Fla.     Tournament Central

#18 Missouri 6  Western Michigan 1

WP-Lindsey Muller  (1-0)

LP-Meredith Whitney  (0-4) 

#37 Illinois State 9  Central Connecticut 0   (6 inn)

WP-Taylor Baxter  (3-0)

LP-Julie Marks  (1-1)

#1 Alabama 12  South Florida 1   (5 inn)

WP-Jackie Traina  (5-0)

LP-Capri Catalano  (1-2)

TempleSouth Florida 2

WP-Brooklin White  (2-1)

LP-Brittany Bowles  (0-1)

Hatter ClassicDeLand, Fla.

Consolation 10:00 AM

Valparaiso 5  Bethune-Cookman 2

WP-Sam McGee  (3-0)

LP-Chastity Sanders  (1-4)

Championship 12:30 PMbet

Charleston Southern 9  Stetson 2

WP-Kimberly Hobbs  (4-4)

LP-Camille Czarnecki  (2-3)

Campus Suites Spartan ClassicSpartanburg, S.C.     Tournament Central

Howard 8  Lafayette 2

WP-Carly Martin  (2-2)

LP-Ali Henry  (0-2)

#32 South Carolina-Upstate 2  La Salle 0

WP-Morgan Childers  (11-0)

LP-DJ Guinn  (0-2)

Phyllis Rafter MemorialKennesaw, Ga.     Tournament Central

Purdue 5  Mississippi State 0

WP-Suzie Rzegocki  (7-2)

LP-Kylie Vry  (2-6)

Ball State 9  Bowling Green 6

WP-Audra Sanders  (3-2)

LP-Melissa Greenwalt  (0-4)

 

Ball State 9  Bowling Green 6

WP-Audra Sanders  (3-2)

LP-Melissa Greenwalt  (0-4)

Kennesaw State 12  Tennessee State 2   (5 inn)

WP-Abbey Meixel  (1-1)

LP-Susie Burke  (1-1)

Georgia StateBall State 2

WP-McCall Langford  (2-3)

LP-Audrey Workman  (2-1)

Purdue 7  Mercer 4
WP-Suzie Rzegocki  (8-2)
LP-Jenni Holtz  (7-2)

Frost ClassicChattanooga, Tenn.     Tournament Central

Chattanooga 8  Tennessee-Martin 2

WP-Michelle Fuzzard  (6-1)

LP-Amanda Brandenburg  (3-1)

Northwestern State 4  Toledo 3

WP-Kylie Roos  (6-1)

LP-Jen Solanics  (0-3)

Tennessee Tech 14  East Tennessee State 5   (6 inn)

WP-Holly Thomas  (4-2)

LP-Katie Wolff  (0-3)

Northern Iowa 7  IUPUI 1

WP-Jamie Fisher  (4-1)

LP-Nikki Thomas  (1-4)

Red and Black TournamentLouisville, Ky.     Tournament Central

Miami 3  SIU-Edwardsville 0

WP-Jessica Simpson  (5-2)

LP-Ali Downing  (1-3)

SIU-Edwardsville 2  Wright State 1

WP-Erika Taylor  (3-6)

LP-Krystian DeWitt  (2-3)

MiamiLouisville 5

WP-Jessica Simpson  (6-2)

LP-Caralisa Connell  (3-2)

Louisville 10  Wright State 0   (6 inn)

WP-Tori Collins  (6-3)  2-Hitter  8 K’s

LP-Louie Haney  (1-2)

War Eagle ClassicAuburn, Ala.

Murray State 8  Belmont 0   (5 inn)

WP-Chelsey Sullivan  (2-1)

LP-Ashley Byers  (0-1)

Georgia Southern 4  Murray State 2

WP-Brianna Streetmon  (4-3)

LP-Chelsey Sullivan  (2-2)

#30 Auburn 10  Middle Tennessee 0   (5 inn)

WP-Jenee Loree  (3-0)
LP-Shelby Stinnett  (2-1)

UAB Magic City ClassicBirmingham, Ala.     Tournament Central

Stephen F. Austin 4  Eastern Illinois 2

WP-Carlie Thomas  (1-0)
LP-Reynae Hutchingson  (1-1)

Eastern Kentucky 5  Alabama State 3

WP-Hannah Driver  (3-0)

LP-Stephanie Hernandez  (2-4)

Eastern IllinoisIndiana State 1

WP-Stephanie Maday  (2-1)

LP-Sara Evans  (3-5)

Saint Louis 3  Lipscomb 1

WP-Hannah Huebbe  (5-0)

LP-Jeneva Nelson  (0-4)

UAB 6  Alabama State 0

WP-Alisha Smith  (1-1)

LP-Stephanie Hernandez  (2-5)

Radford 6  Samford 1
WP-Stephanie Dameron  (3-2)
LP-Kayla Burris  (2-6)

LP-Stephanie Hernandez  (2-5)

Radford 6  Samford 1
WP-Stephanie Dameron  (3-2)
LP-Kayla Burris  (2-6)

Southern Miss TournamentHattiesburg, Miss.

Nicholls State 5  Evansville 3

WP-Ashton Bennett  (3-3)

LP-Maggie Little  (0-2)

TroyEvansville 1

WP-Haley Hutchins  (4-2)

LP-Kenall Kautz  (0-1)

Mississippi Valley State 6  Nicholls State 5   (8 inn)

WP-Kim Spivey  (3-4)

LP-Ashton Bennet  (3-4)

Troy 15  Southern Mississippi 9

WP-Ashlyn Williams  (2-1)

LP-Gabby Luciani  (2-1)

Red & Blue ClassicOxford, Miss.     Tournament Central

Western KentuckyLouisiana Tech 6

WP-Dana Nathanson  (2-1)

LP-Janna Frandrup  (0-2)

South Alabama 4  Austin Peay 1

WP-Lindsey Croft  (5-0)

LP-Taylor Mills  (1-2)

Mississippi 4  Southeast Missouri 2

WP-Lindsey Perry  (3-3)

LP-Taylor Cowan  (1-1)

Cowgirl ClassicLake Charles, La.

Jackson State 12  Grambling State 4

Houston Baptist 11  Grambling State 1   (5 inn)

WP-Keely Shuler  (2-0)  1-Hitter

LP-Brandi Payne  (2-3)

#15 Louisiana-Lafayette 5  Houston Baptist 0

WP-Ashley Brignac  (6-0)  16 K’s

LP-Jammie Weidert  (4-2)  11 K’s

McNeese State 12  Southern 1

WP-Meagan Bond  (3-4)

LP-Michael Pless  (3-3)

UTA InvitationalArlington, Texas

Consolation

Texas-Arlington 8  Centenary 1

WP-Callie Collins  (5-1)

LP-Lauren Highsmith  (0-8)

Championship

Tulsa 2  Creighton 1   (9 inn)
WP-Aimee Creger  (5-1)  15 K’s
LP-Becca Changstrom  (3-2)

 
 

Baylor TournamentWaco, Texas     Tournament Central

Louisiana-Monroe 5  Sam Houston State 4   (8 inn)

WP-Heather Fritz  (1-1)

LP-Tomi Garrison  (5-6)

Central ArkansasSam Houston State 1

WP-Kelsie Armstrong  (3-7)

LP-Cecilia Castillo

#23 Houston 1  Louisiana-Monroe 0

WP-Donna Bourgeois

LP-Tiffany Mills  (3-4)

#23 Houston 1  #20 Baylor 0
WP-Amanda Crabtree  (8-0)  4-Hitter
LP-Whitney Canion  (6-1)  3-Hitter  11 K’s
 

TTU InvitationalLubbock, Texas

Northern Illinois 10  St. John’s 7

WP-Morgan Bittner  (2-3)

LP-Kat Lawrence  (4-3)

#19 Texas Tech 10  Wichita State 2   (5 inn)

WP-Brittany Talley  (5-0)

LP-Brianna Smet  (1-5)

UTEP InvitationalEl Paso, Texas

Texas State 11  North Dakota 0   (5 inn)

WP-Anne Marie Taylor  (3-2)  1-Hitter

LP-Erin Gronseth  (1-2)

UTEP 15  Bradley 7   (6 inn)

WP-Laura Ramos  (2-2)

LP-Lindsey Hufeld  (0-6)

Amy S. Harrison ClassicRiverside, Calif.     Tournament Central

Bosie State 8  CS Northridge 4

WP-Allie Crump  (4-3)

LP-Carly Wade  (1-6)

S-Lela Work  (1)

UNLV 10  UC-Riverside 2

WP-Jessica O’Connor  (1-4)

LP-Casey Suda  (0-2)
Libby Matson TournamentStockton, Calif.     Tournament Central

#12 Oregon 6  San Jose State 0

WP-Jessica Moore  (6-1)

LP-Elyssa Fox  (2-3)

Pacific 12  San Jose State 9
WP-Shaina Brock  (2-0)
LP-Janessa Gutierrez  (2-1)

#12 Oregon 1  Santa Clara  0
WP-Samantha Skillingstad  (5-1)  3-Hitter  11 K’s
LP-Jessica Turner  (0-3)

Pacific Coast Crossover TournamentSacramento, Calif.     Tournament Central

Idaho State 5  Sacramento State 2

WP-Kandis Clesson  (2-3)

LP-Shelby Voelz  (0-1)

Saint Mary’s 5  Weber State 2

WP-Britany Linton  (2-1)

LP-Sarah Clark  (0-1)

CS Bakersfield 9  Weber State 7

WP-Sarah Hoag  (1-3)

LP-Kelsie Vallies  (0-2)

S-Sammy Rodriguez  (0-2)

Portland State 3  Saint Mary’s 0

WP-Nichole Latham  (4-3)

LP-Jessica Lemmon  (0-1)

Nike InvitationalStanford, Calif.     Tournament Central

MemphisColorado State 3   (8 inn)

WP-Carly Hummel  (8-0)

LP-Alexa Cash  (0-4)

#29 KentuckyNorth Dakota State 4   (8 inn)

WPChanda Bell  (5-2)

LP-Whitney Johnson  (3-3)

#16 Stanford 5  UC-Davis 3

WP-Teagan Gerhart  (6-3)

LP-Alex Holmes  (2-6)

S   Ashley Chinn

NON TOURNAMENT GAMES

Florida A&M 5  Savannah State 1

Seattle 4  San Diego 3   (10 inn)

WP-Kelli Demianew  (1-2)

LP-Jenny Lahitte  (0-1)

San DiegoSeattle 0
WP-Cassidy Coleman  (1-1)  4-Hitter
LP-Richelle Ashburn  (0-4)

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