3-12-2011 March 12 D1 College

MARCH 12 2011 D1 GAMES  

TOP 25USA Softball Poll March 8 2011 

 Regret the delays, and spotty reporting.  Gametracker “froze” on some games, and is hours behind on others.  SPY retired at 1am, and will finish osting scores when the sun rises.

1.  Florida def Ball State 21-0; upset by Nebraska 1-0   

2.  Alabama def Florida State 8-0 (5); def North Carolina 10-1 (5)  

3.  Georgia def LSU 8-0 (5)  

4.  Arizona def Baylor  9-7

5.  Michigan def Louisville 4-1; def Western Kentucky 7-1  

6.  Washington def South Carolina Upstate 10-7; def  Seattle  16-2 (5)

7.  Arizona State def Weber State 12-0; def Virginia Tech 10-3   

8.  Tennessee def Kentucky10-0  

9.  Oklahoma def Indiana 9-0 (5);  def Arkansas Pine Bluff  15-0 

10.  UCLA def CS Fullerton 11-2; lost to BYU  

11.  California def Bradley 12-3; def Troy 1-0 

12.  Stanford  

13.  Texas  

T14. Missouri def Illinois State 9-0; def Illinois  4-3

T14. Oregon  

16.  Louisiana-Lafayette swept North Texas 5-2 (10), 7-3  

17.  Hawaii def Miami 5-0; def South Dakota State  9-0 (5); no-hitter

18.  Oklahoma State def Northern Colorado 8-0; def Northern Colorado 8-0  

19.  Texas Tech def Evansville 5-1; vs Alcorn State  

20.  Nebraska def LaSalle 9-0 (5); vs Florida  

21.  LSU lost to Georgia 8-0 (5)  

22.  Baylor lost to  Arizona  9-7  

23.  Kentucky lost to Tennessee 10-0  

24.  Texas A&M 11, Mississippi Valley State 1; def San Diego State 7-1  

25.  Houston swept by UAB/DH; Game 1: UAB 3-1; 1-0  

GAME NOTES  
By Spy from Gametracker, college web sites, UCS, NFCA

  Georgia 8, LSU 0 (5).  LSU, now 0-4 SEC, managed just 4 hits against Montemayor, and left bases loaded top 1st.  Georgia (20-1, 2-0) scored bottom 1dt when Schlopy walked, scored on Wiggins single.  Hubbard scored on Pauly single in 2nd.  Goler slugged a 2-run homer in a 4-run 3rd.  Patterson relieved Mack.  With two out, Pauly drove in 2 runs.  Georgia scored 2 unearned runs in 4th to set-up run-rule.
  Alabama , Florida State 0 (5).  Hamilton struck out 2 of the first three batters, but Boccia and Branham drew rbi walks.  Lapicki singled in the 2nd, FSU’s only hit.  Bottom 4th: Bama loaded the bases; Braud rbi walk; with two out;, Larsen jacked a 1-0 pitch for a grand slam.  With Nori pitching for FSU, the Tide crossed the run-rule mark when Conley doubled in Davis.  Bama scored 8 runs on just three hits, aided by 6 walks.
Michigan 4, Louisville 1.  Not many teams can rack 9 hits off Taylor, but the Cardinals coild not capitalize.  And, Collins stifled UM scoring, while giving up 7 hits and striking out 7. Wolverines scored top 4th; Evans led with a triple, scored on Sappingfield single.  Blanchard opened the UM 7th with a triple; Knapp walked; Evans rbi single; with 2 out, Shaw singled in 2 runs.  The Cardinals started a rally; Kiyohara opened with a single; Esteban and Keller (rbi) singled; Jordan scored on a sac flyk by Bemis.
Michigan 7, Western Kentucky 1.  Contrast with previous game in which Wolverines scored late, in this game they piled on the runs early, scoring 2 in the 2nd and 5 in the 3rd.  Wolverines loaded bases bottom 1st;  Chidester reached on a fielder’s choice, Sappingfield scored on error by the catcher; Shaw scored on Lane single.  Bottom 2nd:  Doyle and Evans singled; with one out, Shaw given a pass, loading the bases; Chidester and Lane hit back-to-back 2-run doubles.  Lane scored on Knapp’s single.    WKU finally scored top 6th; pinch runner Gooch scored on Walden’s groundout.  Michigan improved to 24-0.
 Texas Tech 5, Evansville 1.  The offense for both teams was compressed iknto the third inning.  Top: Rogers singled, stole 2nd, advanced on an error, and scored on Villanueva’s single.  Bottom: With one out, Kenney, Drewry, and Bledsoe (rbi) hit consecutive singles; Allen walked, loading the bases; James belted a grand slam.  Texas Tech improved to 26-1.
Oklahoma 15,  Arkansas-Pine Bluff 0 (5).  The (20-5) Sooners went deep – often, with HRs by Shults, Nix, Jones and Dobbs.
Arizona State 10, Virginia Tech 3.  Dallas Escobedo (10-0) pitched s uper game, 16Ks.  Rogers’ offense alone would have beaten the Hokies – 5 rbi on 2 doubles. But, there was a play which highlights a dilemna for umpires;  Donnenwirth lobs a high fly to center, two fielders not only collide but are stunned to the point of being helped off the field and taken to a hospital.  Donnenwirth was credited with a 2-run inside-the-park home run.  Fine player, deserves all the credit she receives.  But should  the umpires have called dead ball, not knowing immediately whether the players were seriously injured?  In the event, play was stopped for 10 minutes so the players could leave the field.  The Hokies jumped out to a surprising 2-0 lead in the first inning off Escobedo. Kat Banks led off the game with a solo home run to center. Richelle McGarva doubled down the line and came in to score on Courtney Liddle’s double to the gap. Then, ASU unloaded.  Castillo (HR) and Donnenwirth both had 2 rbi.
Arizona 9, Baylor 7.  (The score as it stood for an hour with 2 outs top 7).  A Wildcat would say the come-from-behind victory showed their resilience.  A Bear fan would think back to the 7-2 lead Baylor took into the bottom of the 6th and saythe Bears, who beat Arizona on Freiday, let one get away.  Bottom 1st: Chambers, in  hot pursuit of the NCAA record, jacked a 2-run homer.  Baylor jumped on statrter Kenzi Fowler for 7 runs, 4 in the 2nd, 3 in the 3rd.  In the 2nd, Holl hit an rbi double; Redfearn doubled in 2 runs; Freeland rbi double.  Kirker hit a solo for UofA in the bottom; Paul relieved starter Courtney Repka.  Baylor drove Fowler from the circle with singles by Canion and Leal, capped by Kettler’s 3-run homer. Shelby  Babcock pitched the remainder of the game for Arizona.  Koria homered, bottom 3rd.  The 7-e margin held until bottom 6th when the Wildcats scored 5 runs.  Baylor had just stranded 2 runners.  Brawley walked; Lastrapes singled; Schutzler reached on a throwing error on her sac bunt, Brawley scored.  With one out, Chambers was given a pass, loading the bases.  Koria hit into a fielder’s choice, Lastrapes out at home.  Two down, trailing 7-5, Arriola tripled, 3 rbi, then scored on a throwing error.  9-7.  If the game ended as indicated, Babcock was the winning pitcher, Whitney Canion took the loss in relief.
UCLA 11, CS Fullerton 2.  Top 1st: Schroeder walked; Bates singled; both scored Harrison single. Mario answered with a Titan HR in the bottom.  After Bruins scored unearned run in 2nd, Fox scored on Reed’s single in UCLA 3rd. The teams traded runs in the 4th.  Bruins loaded bases top 5th; Laban relieved Fascetti.  Snow walked, rbi; Schroeder singled in 2 runs; when the side retired, UCLA had scored 6 runs on 5 hits, and left bases loaded.
California 12, Bradley 3.  By the time Bradley scored 3 in the 5th, Cal was leading by ten.  Cal, improving to 13-2, had 15 hits, including 5 rbi by Jamie Reid, 3 by Williams, 2 by Henderson, and one each for Wallace and Jones.  Reid belted a grand slam; Williams a 2-run homer; Wallace and Jones solo shots.  Bradley scored its 3 runs on Kresl’s bases-loaded double.
BYU 6, UCLA 4.  BYU broke out to a 5-1 lead after 2.  Top 1st: Delahoussaye waked, Dugas singled, both advanced on wild pitch; Clayton singled, rbi, Clayton was forced at 2nd, but Atagi reached on an error by Hall, and Dugas scored.  Fitu scored on Willard groundout.  Top 2nd: Hicks hbp, advanced on wild pitch, scored on Dugas single; Delahoussaye scored on passed ball.  Bruins loaded bases, bottom 2nd, Harrison scored on Lindvall single, but Bruins left bases loaded.  Manuma homered to open the BYU 5th.  UCLA rallied for 3 runs, bottom 6th.  Bates singled, but was forced by DiSalvatore; Harrison walked; Fox jacked a 3-run homer.  Affleck relieved Almond and got the last 2 outs.  Bates doubled with 2 out in the Bruin 7th but was stranded.  UCLA now 19-5. 
 Washington 10,  South Carolina-Upstate 7.  SC was leading 5-0, top 3rd, forcing Ingelsby into the circle.  The Huskies unloaded 6 runs in the bottom, including a grand slam by Ingelsby.  UW added 2 the next inning on Wright’s 2-run homer.  Yohe relieved Childers in the 5th; UW scored its final 2 runs.  SC rallied top 6th, rbi double by Lewis, rbi single by Ohlrich.
Florida 21, Ball State 0.  The 21 runs were second largest margin in Florida history, while the 17 walks were second-most in UF history.
Nebraska 1, Florida 0.  The first three Huskers reached base; Edwards slammed a single into left for the only score.  The rest of the game was a pitchers’ duel between Hagemann and Rogers. Moultrie b roke up Hagemann’s no-hit bid with a single bottom 6th. Dramatic ending. Bush laced a double to open the Gator 7th.  With one out, Coyle lined to center field, which the fielder turned into a double play.  Florida’s first loss: 24-1.  Nebraska has played very well and should be in the Top 25 ranks.

SCOREBOARDS
Ultimate College Softball, Gametracker, NFCA, college web sites 
 

CSU/UMBC Dawg Pound Invitational–Baltimore, Md.  

Niagara 6, Morgan State 2

UMBC 14, Morgan State 2 (5)Seton Hall 9, Canisius 6

Drexel 11, UMBC 3

Seton Hall 6, Niagara 2

Canisius 4, Brown 1

Niagara 7, Coppin State 0

Brown 2, UMBC 1

Drexel 12, Coppin State 1 (5)  

Mason Invitational–Fairfax, Va.  

Binghamton 3, George Mason 2  

Cornell 3, Bucknell 0  

Binghamton 1,  Bucknell 0

George Mason 7, Cornell6 (9)  

Spartan Classic–Norfolk, Va.  

Delaware 13,  Norfolk State 4  

Marist 4, Delaware 3  

Saint Francis 7, Norfolk State 0  

Marist 4, Maryland-Eastern Shore 2  

Saint Francis 5, Maryland-Eastern Shore 0  

UVa Invitational–Charlottesville, Va.  

Virginia 9, Princeton 1  

Virginia 2, Syracuse 1  

Fordham 15,  Princeton 0   

Fordham 4, Syracuse 3  

Wolfpack Challenge–Raleigh, N.C.  

Stony Brook 8, Charleston Southern 3  

Fairfield 4, Charleston Southern 2 

Stony Brook 4, James Madison 2   

North Carolina State 3, Maine 2  

Fairfield 2, James Madison 1 

Winthrop/adidas Invitational–Rock Hill, S.C.  

Wright State 4  Towson 3
WP-Krystian DeWitt  (6-4)  LP-Paige Martin  (1-1)

Charlotte 2  UNC-Wilmington 0
WP-Katy Hackett  (8-6)  LP-Samme Lisowsky  (1-5)

Cleveland State 6  Winthrop 1
WP-Tess Sito  (7-2)  3-Hitter  10 K’s LP-Chelsey Schoenfeldt  (0-2)

George Washington 4  Providence 0
WP-Kara Clauss  (6-3)  3-Hitter  LP-Corinne Clauss  (2-4)

Gardner-Webb 3  Providence 1
WP-Cindy Boomhower  (3-6)

UNC-Wilmington 1  Wright State 0
WP-Amanda Davenport  (2-5)  2-Hitter

Charlotte 8  Towson 0   (5 inn)
WP-Katie Watkins  (2-4)  LP-Dominique Ortega  (2-6)

Cleveland State 3, Gardner-Webb 1  

Winthrop 2, George Washington 0  

UNF Tournament–Jacksonville, Fla.  

 Kansas 16,  Alabama State 2  

 Kansas 8, Delaware State 0 (5)  

Mount St. Mary’s 7, Alabama State 6  

North Florida 10, Delaware State 6  

Florida Atlantic Invitational–Boca Raton, Fla.  

Middle Tennessee vs Buffalo 9:00 AM  

Michigan State 4, Buffalo 3  

Purdue 5, Middle Tennessee 4  

Hofstra 7, Purdue 2  

Florida Atlantic 7,  Hofstra 0

Rutgers 1, Florida Atlantic 0  

Stetson Classic–DeLand, Fla.  

Iowa 4, Liberty 2  

Iowa 7, Jackson State 1 

Liberty 4, Stetson 0  

Stetson 6, Jackson State 3  

Rebel Spring Games–Kissimmee, Fla.  

Yale 4, Wagner 0  

Manhattan 0, Holy Cross 8  

South Dakota 3, Columbia 1  

Temple 12, Lafayette 2 (5)  

Sacred Heart 9,   Detroit 1 (5)

Wagner 4, Colgate 2  

Yale 4, Holy Cross 7  

South Dakota 4, Manhattan 1  

Temple 9, Columbia 1  

Lafayette 1,  Detroit 5  

Colgate 5, Sacred Heart 3  

Under Armour Showcase–Clearwater, Fla.  

Central Connecticut 10, La Salle 4  

St. John’s 11, Toledo 5  

Saint Joseph’s 8, Quinnipiac 5  

Boston 2, Central Connecticut 1  

Robert Morris 6, Toledo 1  

Quinnipiac 4,   Ball State 0

South Florida 5, Wisconsin-Green Bay 0  

Maryland 4, St. John’s 3  

Massachusetts 7, Colorado State 1  

South Florida 4, Central Michigan 1  

Radford 8, Connecticut 0  

 Nebraska 9,  La Salle 0 (5)
WP Haley Workman.  LP Kristen Poletti  

Maryland 4, Saint Joseph’s 1 (8)  

Boston 2, Robert Morris 0  

 Florida 21  Ball State 0   

Long Island 4, Radford 3  

Colorado State 4, Connecticut 17 (5)  

Massachusetts 7, Wisconsin-Green Bay 0  

Nebraska 1,  Florida 0
WP Ashley Hagemann 2H,8K.  LP Hannah Rogers  

Central Michigan 8,   Long Island 0

ETSU Invitational–Johnson City, Tenn.  

Pittsburgh 15, North Carolina A&T 0 (5)  

St. Bonaventure 6, South Carolina State 2  

Pittsburgh 14,  East Tennessee State 8   

East Tennessee State 10, St. Bonaventure 7  

North Carolina A&T 9,  South Carolina State 3  

Springhill Suites Buckhead Classic–Atlanta, Ga.  

Bowling Green 4, Belmont 2  

Bowling Green 9, Georgia State 3  

Georgia State 8, Belmont 2  

Georgia Tech 6, Penn State 0  

Louisville Tournament–Louisville, Ky.  

Michigan 4, Louisville 1
WP Jordan Taylor.9H,9K.  LP  Tori Collins

Michigan 7, Western Kentucky 1
WP Stephanie Speierman.  LP Kim Wagner   

Louisville 3, Western Kentucky 2  

Easton SEC/ACC Challenge–Tuscaloosa, Ala.  

North Carolina 12, Mississippi State 4 (5)
WP Lori Spingola.  LP Stephanie Becker  

Alabama 8, Florida State 0 (5)
WP Kelsi Dunne 1-hitter. LP Sarah Hamilton   

Alabama 10,  North Carolina 1
WP Jackie Traina.  LP Sara Buchholz  

Mississippi State 8,   Florida State 7

Saluki Invitational–Carbondale, Ill.  

 DePaul 6,  Illinois-Chicago 0
  
WP Bree Brown.  LP Devin Miller

DePaul 3, Southern Illinois 0
WP Kirsten Verdun.  LP Danielle Glosson  

Illinois-Chicago 11,   Southern Illinois 3
WP Devin Miller.  LP  Alex Peters

DeMarini Invitational–Columbia, Mo.  

 Missouri 9, Illinois State 0 (5)
WP Chelsea Thomas.  LP Megan Warner   

 Missouri 4,  Illinois 3
WP Kristin Nottlemann.  LP Pepper Gay.  S Chelsea Thomas  

Illinois 7, Illinois State 10  

Mizuno Classic–Stillwater, Okla.  

Northern Iowa 5, Minnesota 2  

Oklahoma State 8, Northern Colorado 0 (5)
WP Morgan Hawkins. LP J. Juelfs   

Minnesota 1, Nothern Iowa 0  

Oklahoma State 8, Northern Colorado 0
WP Sarah Odom.  LP Megan Wilkinson.  S Kat Espinosa  

Sooners Spring Festival–Norman, Okla.  

Missouri State 4, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 3  

Missouri State 3, Indiana 2   

Oklahoma 9, Indiana 0 (5)
WP Keilani Ricketts.  LP Morgan Melloh.  

 Oklahoma 15,  Arkansas-Pine Bluff 0 (5)
WP Kirsten Allen.  LP Heather Leigh  

Texas A&M Invitational–College Station, Texas  

San Diego State 11, Louisiana Tech 3  

Louisiana Tech 7,   Mississippi Valley State 1

 Texas A&M 11, Mississippi Valley State 1 (5)
WP Melissa Dumezich.  LP Kim Spivey  

Texas A&M 7, San Diego State 1
WP Lindsey Sisk  LP Samantha Beasley  

Masked Rider Invitational–Lubbock, Texas  

Evansville 16,  Alcorn State 3  

Texas Tech 5, Evansville 1
WP Brittany Talley.  LP Samantha Meyer   

 Texas Tech 15,  Alcorn State 0 (5)
WP Karli Merlich.  LP Kasey Duncan  

Nevada Classic–Reno, Nev.  

New Mexico 4,  Boston College 1  

New Mexico 9, Florida International 4  

Nevada 1,  Florida International 10 (5) 

Diamond Devil Invitational–Tempe, Ariz.  

Florida Gulf Coast 6,  Weber State 4  

Creighton 8, Howard 0  

Arizona State 12,Weber State 0 (5)
WP Mackenzie Popescue. LP  Kelsie Vallies  

Arizona State 10, Virginia Tech 3 
WP Dallas Escobedo. (11-0) 16K.  LP Kenzie Roark 

Campbell 15, Howard 4 

Virginia Tech 5,   Campbell 3

UCR Tournament–Riverside, Calif.  

Harvard 2, Saint Louis 1  

Harvard 6, North Dakota 1  

North Dakota 6,  Saint Louis 0  

Long Beach State Tournament–Long Beach, Calif.  

Saint Mary’s 1, Utah State 0  

Sacramento State 4, Utah State 1  

Long Beach State 2, Sacramento State 1  

 UCLA 11, CS Fullerton 2
  WP Donna Kerr 5H,(K.  LP Aly Fascetti.

BYU 6, UCLA 4
WP Tori Almond.  LP Jessica Hall.  S Paige Affleck  

BYU vs CS Fullerton 8:00 PM  

Gaucho Classic II–Santa Barbara, Calif.  

UC-Santa Barbara 7,   Wisconsin 0

Wisconsin 2, San Diego 1  

UNLV 2, San Diego 0  

Bayer CropScience Classic–Fresno, Calif.  

Drake 8, Idaho State 1  

Bradley 4, Idaho State 2   

 California 12, Bradley 3
WP Jolene Henderson 5H, 7K.  LP Camp  

California 1, Troy 0
WP Jolene Henderson LP Ashlyn Williams  

 Fresno State 2, Drake 1
WP Michelle Moses  

 Fresno State 2, Troy 1
WP Mackenzie Oakes  

Santa Clara Bronco Classic–Hayward, Calif.  

San Jose State 3, Albany 2  

Boise State 5, Santa Clara 0  

San Jose State 14, Santa Clara 1  

UC-Davis 2, Albany 0  

Boise State 2, UC-Davis 0  

Husky Classic–Seattle, Wash.  

Oregon State vs Portland State//rained out  

South Carolina-Upstate 2,  Portland State 1
WP Morgan Childers (19-0).  LP Anna Bertrand  

Portland State 10,  Seattle 2  

 Washington 10,  South Carolina-Upstate 7
WP Kaitlin Ingelsby.  LP Morgan Childers  

Washington 16,  Seattle 2 (5)
WP Whitney Jones.  LP Jessica Ulrich  

Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament–Honolulu, Hawai’i  

Miami 1, Longwood 0  

Longwood 5, South Dakota State 3  

 Hawai’i 5, Miami 0
WP Kaia Parnaby  LP Paige Myers  

 Hawai’i 9, South Dakota State 0 ( 5)
WP Stephanie Ricketts No Hitter  LP Pam Nicholson  

Conference USA  

 Memphis 2, East Carolina 1   

East Carolina 4,    Memphis 1

UTEP 3, Central Florida 2   

Central Florida 2,  UTEP 1

Tulsa swept Marshall 9-1 (5), 2-1  

UAB swept  Houston 3-1, 1-0  

Ohio Valley  

Morehead State 5  Austin Peay 2
WP-Ashley Imperial (4-5)  LP-Morgan Brewer (1-7)

Morehead State 16  Austin Peay 11
WP-Jami Whitcomb (1-2)  LP-Taylor Mills (1-3)  S-Ashley Imperial (2)

Jacksonville State 9  Eastern Kentucky 0  (5 inn)
WP-Tiffany Harbin (7-4)  LP-Noe Esperas (5-1)

Jacksonville State 6  Eastern Kentucky 2
WP-Tiffany Harbin (8-4)  LP-Kristin Perry (3-4)

Tennessee Tech 5  Tennessee State 3
WP-Holly Thomas (6-2) LP-Caitlin Eaton (3-6)

Tennessee Tech 2  Tennessee State 1
WP-Whitney Cummings (3-3)  LP-Kelly Troglin (2-5)

Tennessee-Martin 6  Murray State 5

Tennessee-Martin 3  Murray State 0

Southeast Missouri 11  SIU-Edwardsville 4
WP-Alora Marble (2-3)  LP-Taylor (5-8)

Southeast Missouri 8  SIU-Edwardsville 6  (8 inn)
WP-Shea Cothren (2-4)

SEC  

 Tennessee 10, Kentucky 0   

South Carolina 9, Mississippi 5   

 Auburn 9, Arkansas 1   

Georgia 8, LSU 0 (5)
WP Morgan Montemayor.  LP Britany Mack.  

Southern  

Samford 0, Chattanooga 11 (5)  

Samford 3,  Chattanooga 5  

Elon 4, College of Charleston 0  

Elon 0, College of Charleston 1  

Western Carolina 1, Furman 5  

Western Carolina 3, Furman 4 

Appalachian State 4, Georgia Southern 6  

Appalachian State 4, Georgia Southern 5  

Southland  

Texas A&M-CC 4, Central Arkansas 5  

Texas A&M-CC 6, Central Arkansas 1  

Nicholls State 1, McNeese State 9 (5)  

Nicholls State 1, McNeese State 9 (6)  

Texas-San Antonio 3, Stephen F. Austin 2  

Texas-San Antonio 3, Stephen F. Austin 4  

Texas State 1, Sam Houston State 0 

Texas State 11, Sam Houston State 3 (6)  

Texas-Arlington 1, Southeastern Louisiana 5 

Texas-Arlington 8, Southeastern Louisiana 0 (5)  

Sun Belt  

 South Alabama 3, Louisiana-Monroe 1  

South Alabama 5, Louisiana-Monroe 2  

 Louisiana-Lafayette 5, North Texas 2 (10)
WP Ashley Brignac 11K.  LP Brittany Simmons  

Louisiana-Lafayette 7, North Texas 3
WP Shelbee Rodgers .  LP Ashley Kirk 

Summit  

Centenary 3, IUPUI 20 (5)  

Centenary 1, IUPUI 18 (5) 

Western Illinois 5, Oakland 4 (10)   

Oakland 1, Western Illinois 10 (5)  

North Dakota State 0, UMKC 1 

North Dakota State 0, UMKC 4  

IPFW 2, Southern Utah 6  

NON-CONFERENCE   

Iowa State 10, Wichita State 2  

Iowa State 10, Wichita State 5  

Pacific 10, CS Bakersfield 9 (10)  
WP Shaina Brock.  LP Sammy Rodriguez 
Tigers outhit CS Bakersfield 20-9 but were pushed to the 10th ; Allen, Rivera, Rodriguez (rbI) singled.

CS Bakersfield 0,  Pacific 11 (5)
WP Nikki Armagost.  LP Sammy Rodriguez  

Arizona 9,  Baylor 7
WP Shelby Babcock.  LP Whitney Canion

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