3-13-2012 Tuesday March 13 2012 D1 Scores

March 13 2012 D1 Scores


TOP 25
ESPN/USA Softball poll, March 13 2012

1. California

2.  Alabama 5, Oregon 1

3.  Washington

4.  Florida

5.  Arizona State

6.  Texas

7.  Oklahoma

8.  Georgia

T9 Tennessee def Georgia Southern 7-0/ 9-0 (5)

T9 Stanford

11. Louisiana-Lafayette def McNeese State 6-0

12. Missouri

13. Arizona

14. Oregon lost to  Alabama 5-1

15. Louisville

T16 Baylor def North Dakota State 1-0, def TX San Antonio 5-0


18. Auburn

T19 Hawaii vs Texas

T19 Michigan

21. Texas A&M

22. Florida State def Chattanooga 1-0

23. South Florida

25. New Mexico

25. DePaul

TENNESSEE 7, GEORGIA sOUTHERN 0 IN GAME ONE. WP Ellen Renfroe. Brown, Davis and Gibson homered Brown was 2-3, 2 rbi; Gibson 1-3 with her 7th homer; Davin hit a 2-run shot and sac fly.  Ellen Renfroe improved to 12-1, yielding just 2 hits while fanning 11.
Tennessee 9, Georgia Southern 0 (5).  WP Ivy Renfroe.  Madison Shipman knocked in 4 runs, and Cat Hosfield hit her first collegiate homer.
Florida State 1, Chattanooga 0.  WP Perry; LP Deason.  Seminoles scored only run, bottom 2nd, on O’Brien 2-out homer.
North Carolina 4, East Carolina 2.  WP SApingola; LP Christian.  Tar Heels took lead bottom 2nd on Orr’s two-out, 2-run homer.  Top 4th: Riggs hit solo shot for East Caolina.Velasquez notched the second East Carolina run with a homer in the 6th.  Tie game until the bottom when Foulks jacked a 2-run homer.
Mississippi State 10, South Carolina 6.  Stephanie Becker gave up 2 homers to the Gamecocks (Garcia and Jackson solos) , and trailed 4-2 until the Bulldogs posted 5 runs yop 5th, and added 3 runs in the 6th.   Mississippi State won the second game 9-0 behind Kylie Vry’s 2 hitter.Lenahan, Shape and Cooley homered for the Bulldogs, who improve to 17-9, 3-4 SEC.
 USF (19-4 overall) cruised to a 6-0 record over five days, shutting out four teams and no-hitting two to jump into the NFCA Poll at No. 24 – USF’s first ranking in the NFCA since preseason 2005.  With the national recognition came individual honors, as USF swept the Big East Player and Pitcher of the Week awards, with sophomore pitcher Sara Nevins and senior outfielder Janine Richardson sharing the conference spotlight. Nevins would take things just a little further, becoming the Louisville Slugger Division I National Player of the Week and the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week just a day later.  Nevins is riding a streak of 33.1 consecutive shutout innings, as well as 16.1 innings without allowing a hit. After tossing a no-hitter Saturday, she turned around and completed seven perfect innings Sunday, overpowering Toledo. The southpaw attributed her early success this season to getting off to a good start each game.
Alabama 5, Oregon 1.  Tough ball game; winning pitcher Jackie Traina gave up 3 hits, Jessica Moore 4 hits, as the Ducks played the Crimson Tide even for five innings.  But, Bama broke the tie with 4 runs in the 6th.  With one out, Braud doubled, Fernton singled, Boccia was intentionally walked, loading the bases.  Hunt singled, an error in left field let 2 more runs come across.  Bama scored in the 4th on Boccia’s homer.  The Ducks tied in the 5th on Melicks’ rbisingle.  Traina had 10K.
Long Beach State 1, Iowa 0.  Denio scored wthe winning run bottom 7th.  Wedley-Jones ppitcher her third straight shutout.




Obtained from Ultimate College Softball, ESPN-NCAA, Gametracker, softballscoresnow


Rebel Games

Nebraska-Omaha 10, Wagner 2

Fairleigh Dickinson vs Fairfield 9:00 AM

Wisconsin-Green Bay 9, Manhattan 0

Utah Valley 1, Fairleigh Dickinson 3

Wisconsin-Green Bay 6, Bryant 2

Nebraska-Omaha 5, Manhattan 0

Wagner 1, Lafayette 6

Howard 6, Bucknell 8

Utah Valley 8, Columbia 5

Howard vs Lafayette 3:00 PM

Bucknell 6, Columbia 0


Chevron Spring Fling, Hawaii

Hawai’i vs Texas 6:00 PM



Mississippi State 10, South Carolina 6

Mississippi State 9, South Carolina 0

Tennessee 7, Georgia Southern 0

Tennessee 9, Georgia Southern 0 (5)


Other National Games

Mount St. Mary’s vs Salem State 9:00 AM

Mount St. Mary’s 0, George Washington 3

Mount St. Mary’s vs George Washington 5:00 PM

Long Island 0, Rutgers 1

Norfolk State swept George Mason 6-5, 3-2

Eastern Illinois 8, Alabama A&M 0 (5)

Eastern Illinois 8, Savannah State 3

Siena vs Maryland-Eastern Shore DH/ rained out

Seton Hall 9, Towson 5

Seton Hall 0, Towson 1


Northern Iowa 4, North Florida 3

Northern Iowa vs North Florida 4:00 PM

Dayton vs Eastern Kentucky 2:00 PM

Dayton 5, Eastern Kentucky 3

North Dakota State 0, Baylor 1

North Dakota State vs Texas-San Antonio 3:30 PM

Texas-San Antonio 1, Baylor 5

Northern Illinois 12, Canisius 4

Canisius vs Florida Gulf Coast 4:45 PM

Florida Gulf Coast vs Northern Illinois 6:00 PM


North Carolina Central 2, Presbyterian 5

North Carolina Central vs Presbyterian 5:00 PM

South Carolina-Upstate 6, Western Carolina 2

South Carolina-Upstate vs Western Carolina 5:00 PM

Western Illinois vs Kentucky 3:00 PM

Western Illinois vs Kentucky 5:00 PM


Saint Louis vs Indiana State 3:00 PM

Saint Louis vs Indiana State 5:00 PM

Buffalo vs Houston Baptist 2:00 PM

Buffalo vs Houston Baptist 4:00 PM

Liberty 0, Texas State 8

Liberty 0, Texas State 2

Dixie State vs Weber State 1:00 PM

Dixie State vs Weber State 3:00 PM

Georgia Southern swept by Tennessee 7-0, 9-0 (5)

Notre Dame 4, Loyola Marymount 2

Connecticut vs Cal State Bakersfield 1:00 PM

Connecticut vs Cal State Bakersfield 3:00 PM

Colorado State vs UC Davis 1:30 PM

Colorado State vs UC Davis 3:30 PM

South Dakota vs Nebraska TBD

South Dakota vs Nebraska TBD

East Carolina 2,North Carolina 4

Mississippi Valley State vs Samford 4:00 PM


Iowa vs Long Beach State 2:00 PM

Colgate vs Florida Atlantic 6:00 PM

Colgate vs Florida Atlantic 8:00 PM

Tennessee Tech vs Western Kentucky 5:00 PM

Central Arkansas vs Louisiana Tech 5:00 PM

Northern Colorado vs Central Florida 7:00 PM

McNeese State vs Louisiana-Lafayette 6:00 PM

Wichita State 1, Oklahoma State 2

Quinnipiac vs San Diego State 6:00 PM

Purdue vs Butler 3:30 PM

Butler 1, Fresno State 12

Purdue vs Fresno State 8:00 PM


Nebraska Omaha 10, Wagner 2

Kentucky State 2, Savannah State 1

Green Bay 6, Bryant 2

Rutgers 1, LIU 0

Utah Valley 8, Columbia 5

USC Upstate 5, Western Carolina 2

Notre Dame 4, Loyola Marymount 3

Nebraska 8, Suth Dakota 0/2-0







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