3-10-2013 Sunday March 10 D1 Softball

SUNDAY MARCH 10 2013 D1 SOFTBALL

 

 

TOP 25 ESPN USA SOFTBALL POLL MARCH 5

1.  Oklahoma

2,  Alabama

3.  Arizona State

4.  Florida

5.  Texas A&M

6.  California

7.  Missouri

8.. Oregon

9.  UCLA

10. Tennessee

11.  Texas

12.  LSU

13.  Louisville

14.  Michigan

15.  Kentucky

16.  Washington

17.. Baylor

18.  Louisiana-Lafayette

19.  Stanford

20.  Arizona

21.  Tulsa

22.  Nebraska

23.  Virginia Tech

24.  Hawaii

25.  North Carolina

 

 

Top 25 games
#2 Alabama def #10 Tennessee 7-1
WP Jackie Traina 2H.  LP Erin Gabriel.  After losing two games, the expectation was that Alabama would get the hits missing in those games. McCleney scored for Bama on Richard double in 1st.  Three consecutive singles laded the bases for the Tide in the 3rd; Traina walked, rbi.  Erin Renfroe relieved Gabriel. Richard lofted an rbi sac fly.  Lafaele singled in 2 runs.  Sewell singled in the final Bama run in the 5th, the 12th Bama hit.  The Vols finally scored when Shipman led the bottom of the 7th with a homer.  Alabama 23-3.  Tennessee 21-4.
#3 Arizona State def New Mexico State 6-0

#3. Arizona State def UC Davis 12-3 (5)
WP Mackenzie Popescue. LP Leah Munden.  A contest for two innings.  Davis scored top 1st, Ginnis on Nunez single.  Johnson led off bottom half with a home run.  Coyle doubled, Freeman singled; one  out, Steele doubled, rbi.  Parlich led the ASU 2nd with a homer.  Nunez slugged a 2-run homer in top 3rd.  ASU racked 7 runs in the bottom. Steele, Aubrecht singled; one out, Parlich drilled her second homer, a 3-run shot.  Thweatt relieved Mundin.  Bases loaded, Freeman brought in another run with a sac fly; loaded again, Steele cleared the bases with a 3-run double.  Freeman added a 2-run shot in the 5th.  ASU 24-1.  UC Davis 10-13.
#4 Florida def Auburn 2-0
WP Hannah Rogers 3H.  LP Lexi Davis 1-hitter.  Davis gave up just one hit: Fuller led the Gators 3rd with a solo.  Haeger scored the second Gator run on a sac fly by Damico in the 4th.  Florida 25-2.  Auburn 18-7.
#5 Texas A&M def  #7 Missouri 11-3 (6)
WP Mel Dumezich.  LP Chelsea Thomas.  Both pitchers were tagged for 2 homers.  In the 2nd, Lanphear homered for the Aggies, Sykes went yard for the Tigers.  Top 3rd, Aggies scored on an error and a wild pitch.  Roth belted a one-out homer for Missouri in the 4th.  3-2 lead lasted until TSAMU knocked in 8 runs top 6th.  Stark led with a double; Lanphear hit a 2-run shot.  Hudson relieved Thomas.  Morgan greeted her with a grand slam.  Dumezich followed witha  homer.  Jones scored on a Marston singled to end the scoring.
#6 California def St Mary’s 9-3 (5)

WP Jolene Henderson. LP Sarah Lira.  Cal trailed by two runs until Cordes jacked a grand slam bottom 5th.  St Mary’s took 3 runs  off Cal starter Ontiveros – a 2-run homer in the 1st; Musgrave scored in the 3rd op Lira’s single.  Cordes had scored in the 1st on Ziegenhirt’s double, and tied in the 3rd Cordes scoring on Alvarez single, Alvarez scoring on Ziegenhirt’s single.  Cal broke the tie in the 4th, Decker scored on Cordes’ double; Cordes scored on Ziegenhirt’s single.  After Lemon relieved Lira, Cal loaded the bases; its 12 hit attack climxed with Cordes grand slam.  Cal 19-2. St Mary’s 4-15.
#9 UCLA def Charleston Southern 10-0
#9 UCLA def UNLV 4-3
WP Ally Carda 2H,7K.  LP Amanda Oliveto.  A late scoring gamel  After UCLA scored top 4th, on Rodriguez homer, UNLV took the lead with 3 runs in the bottom on Monreal’s 3-run triple.  UNLV held the lead until the Bruins scored 3, top 7th.  Bennett singled, Goulder doubled, Bates doubled in 2 runs. Bases loaded, Bates scored the final run.  UCLA 21-4.  UNLV 8-16.
#11 Texas def Texas State 7-0
WP Kim Bruins.  LP Ashley Wright.  Horns pounded out 12 hits.  Hoagland scored on Ogle singled in 1st.  After Ceo scored on Washington single, Texas loaded bases in 3rd; House relieved Wright.  Washington scored.  Horns added a run on Hoagland single in4th, then scored three in 6th on rbi’s by Washington, Thom and Ogle.  Texas 22-3.  Texas State 3-19.

#12 LSU def Mississippi State 9-2
WP Rachele Fico  (12-3).  LP Alison Owen (9-3).  Tigers smashed 4 home runs.  Bell 3-run homer in 1st.  Top 4th: Simmons and Wray hit back to back dingers.  Falcon added a 2-run shot.  LSU 19-5 (2-1). Bulldogs 16-6.  The win moved the Tigers  into sole possession of first place in the SEC Western division after one week of conference play..

#13 Louisville def Illinois State 9-1
WP Caralisa Connell.  LP Taylor Baxter. S Rachel LeCoq. Wolny homered with two out in Cardinals’ 1st.  Top 3rd: Hamilton and Kellar singled.  One out, Kay walked, loading the bases.  Hamilton was out at home on a fielder’s choice, but Kellar scored on Harrison’s single. Keller opened the Cardinals 3rd with a triple, thee National Player of the Week in both polls then scored on a throwing error by the center fielder. One out, Wolny walked. Two out, Soles singled, rbi.  Trailing 3-1, ISU scored in the 5th on consecutive doubles by Canopy and Kay.  Louisville responded to the threat in the bottom, rbi’s by Ruckenbrod and Kiyohara.  Louisville iced the game with 4 in the 6th.  One out, Kller singled, Trimble doubled, Wolny was given a pass, loading the bases.  Rodriguez relieved.  Ruckbenbrod slashed a bases-clearing double, and scored an out later on Kiyohara’s single.  ISY started a rally in the 7th; Hamilton led with a walk; one out, Canopy singled; Kay singled, rbi.  Two outs ended the game.  Louisville 20-3.  Illinois State 13-12.
#15 Kentucky def Ole Miss 5-2
WP Kelsey Nunely  LP Carly Hummel.  We haven’t seen many illegal pitches this season but they gave KU a run.  In the 1st, Ladner doubled, Martinez, trhe pinch-runner, moved to 3rd on the first IP then scored on the second IP.In the bottom, KU’s Steed drew a bases-loaded walk; a second run scored on s passed ball.  Kentucky scored single runs in each of the next three innings.  KU 18-4. Ole Miss 17-11.
#16 Washington def Yale 12-3 (5)

WP Kasey Stanchek 2H.  LP Chelsey Dunham.  Bottom 3rd: Taukelaho led with a solo; Inglesby followed with a solo; Souza hammered a 2-run dinger.  Bottom 4th; two on.  Lucas relieved Dunham.  Taukelaho walked, loading the bases; Inglesby doubled in 2 runs.  Williamson relieved Lucas.  Fagaly slugged a 2-run homer.  Braun singled, rbi, for the fifth run of the inning.  Yale loaded the bases top 5th; after losing a runner at home on a fielder’s choice, Ong walked, rbi; Balta walked rbi; Onorato walked, rbi.  All the runs charged to reliever Cater, who yielded 5 passes.  UW took those runs back with 3 in the bottom, two on a second homer by Fagaly.
#16 Washington def Seattle 8-0

#17 Baylor 4, Purdue 0
#19 Stanford def Pacific 2-0

WP Teagan Gerhart 3H.  LP Nikki Armagost.  The Cardinal converted its 7 hits into 2 runs.  Bottom 2nd: Hanewich scored on Hassman single.  Bottom 3rd: Lombardo scored on Hanewich sac fly.  Stanford 22-5.  Pacific 14-11.
#21 Tulsa def Marshall 8-0
#22 Nebraska vs Wichita State//ccd
#24 Hawaii vs Portland State
#24 Hawaii vs East Carolina
#25 North Carolina def Boston College 10-4

 

 

 

 

 

OTHER GAMES
Austin Peay 5, Miami 1
Bryant 1, San Diego 0
Coastal Carolina 2, Middle Tennessee 0
Florida Atlantic 6, Florida A&M 0
Florida State 2, NC State 0

Fordham 4, Maine 0
Fresno State 8, St Mary’s 0
Georgia 15, NC A&T 0
George Washington 10, Seton Hall 0
Houston 10, So Miss 2
Idaho State 8, Charleston Southern 5
Illinois State 16, Miami 1
Iowa 8, Ohio State 0
Iowa 10, Radford 0
James Madison 2, Coastal Carolina 0
Kansas 6, Louisiana Monroe 0
Liberty 4, NC Central 1
Liberty 16, NC Central 3

Louisiana-Monroe 1, Stony Brook 0
Loyola Marymount 2, Northwestern 1
Maryland 10, Binghamton 9
Mem 6, UTEP 5
Minnesota 4, FGCU 1
Nevada 12, Rutgers 0
Notre Dame 5, New Mexico State 0
Ohio State 4, St John’s 0
Oklahoma State 10, Cleveland State 1
Oklahoma State 13, Santa Clara 3
Oregon State 9, San Diego State 5
Saint Joseph’d 6, Youngstown State 2
St Louis 4, Indiana 3
Seton Hall 3, George Washington 2
South Carolina 4, Penn State 3
Stony Brook 6, Florida A&M 1
Texas Tech 16, UMKC 8
Texas Tech 11, Troy 3
UAB 8, UCF 2
UC Davis 2, Pittsburgh 0
Utah 8, Bethune Cookman 0
Utah 2, South Alabama 0
Virginia 4, Georgia Tech 2
Western Carolina 13, Appalachian State 4
Western Michigan 12, U Mass 10
Wisconsin 2, Illinois Chicago 1
Yale 6, New Mexico 5

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