3-15-2012 March 15 2012 D1Scores

MARCH 15 D1 Softball

TOP 25
ESPN/USA Softball poll March 13

  1.  CALIFORNIA def Texas 6-3, vs Hawaii/leading Texas 6-2in 5th
  3. Washington def UC Davis 14-1
  4. Florida
  5. Arizona State def BYU 3-0, lost to ULL 9-2
  6. Texas def Marist, 10-2 (6) lost to California 6-3
  7. Oklahoma def  DePaul 18-1 (5), def Michigan 2-0
  8. Georgia
  9. Tennessee
  10. Stanford
  11. Louisiana Lafayette def Arizona State 9-2
  12. Missouri
  13. Arizona
  14. Oregon
  15. Louisville
  16. Baylor
  17. UCLA
  18. Auburn
  19. Hawaii vs California
  20. Michigan def Notre Dame 2-1, vs Oklahoma
  21. Texas A&M def Winthrop 8-2
  22. Florida State
  23. South Florida
  24. New Mexico
  25. DePaul def by Oklahoma 17-1(5);/def Fresno State 4-0


UC Davis 11, Virginia 5.  WP Thweatt 10K
Notre Dame 2, Iowa 0. 
WP Winter 2-hitter.  Buntin game-winning 2-run single.
Washington 14, UC Davis 1. 
WP Ingelsby 1-hitter
BYU 14, Purdue 6.  WP Almond 10K.
Oklahoma 17, DePaul1 (5).
A barrage of at least 19 hits, including a grand slam by Chamberlain (5 rbi), doubles by Chamberlain, Ricketts (2), Casey (2 rbi on 2 hits), Shults fueled the run-rule.  Braget homered for DePaul off reliever Gascoigne.  Ricketts had 7 Ks in 3 innings.
Michigan 2, Notre Dame 1. 
Taylor Hasselbach walk off single.
Arizona State 3, BYU 0. 
Strong defensive effort behind a 5-hitter by Hillary Bach.  Both teams pulled off a double play, and Bach pitched out of a bases-loaded situation.  Sun Devils scored all 3 runs bottom 3rd.  Katelyn Boyd hit an rbi triple; Johnson and Caporuscio had rbi’s.
Texas 10, Marist 2 (6). 
details to follow
resno State 1, Virginia 0details to follow
Oklahoma 2, Michigan 0. WP Keilani Ricketts; LP Hayley Wagner.  Good defensive game, 7 hits for the Sooners, 4 hits for the Wolverines.  Both had multiple runners in scoring position, Michigan loading the bases with one out in the 5th.  OU scored in the 2nd when Chsmberlain hit a monster home run which bounced off the berm behind leftf field. An apparent Sooner score on a sac fly in the 4th was nullified when the umpire ruled the runner left early.  After UM failed to scored in the 5th, Oklahoma had 2 on, no outs; UM prevented one run by catching a runner between home and 3rd; but Norris nailed a 2-out rbi single.  OU also stranded 2 runners in the 7th.  Michigan went down in order.
California 6, Texas 3
Louisiana Lafayette 9, Arizona State 2. 
The 11th ranked Ragin Cajuns outplayed the 5th ranked Sun Devils, driving All American Dallas Escobedo from the circle, down 5-0 after 4 innings.

The Ragin Cajuns stranded 2 runners in the 1st; in the 3rd, Natalie Fernandez reached on a chop single; Nerissa Myers slugged a 2-run homer.  Top 4th, Paige Cormier walked, Sarah Draheim slashed a home run down the right field line.  Cherry singled, scored on a fielder’s choice.  Two out in the 5th, Madeline Popescue, who had relieved Escobedo, yielded a triple to Cormier, who scored on Draheim’s single.  Top 6th, ULL added two runs on rbi hits by  Myers and Matttelaine Haack.8-0.  To this point, frshman Jordan Wallace had effectively shut down the ASU offense.  But, bottm 6th, Boyd jacked a home run.  Alix Johnson tripled.  Annie Lockwood walked – and the cheering among ASU supporters escalated.  But Elizabeth Caporuscio’s sinking liner was caught expertly by Katie Smith.  Laura Bradley singled in a run.  But, Nikole Afusia popped to the infield.  Having missed a chance for a sixth inning run rule, ULL added a ninth run, Cerry scoring on a Fernandez rbi.  ASU went down in order.




Notre Dame 16, CS Fullerton 0 (5). 
Irish jacked 5 homers.  Winter, O’Donnell and Bowe combined for a 2-hit shutout.  HRs: Koerner, Buntin, Haus, Wright, Whidden,
Purdue 8, CS Fullerton 6

Thursday, March 15
UC Davis 11, Virginia 5
Notre Dame 2, Iowa 0
Washington 14, UC Davis 1
BYU14, Purdue 1
Michigan 2, Notre Dame 1
Arizona State 3, BYU 0
Fresno State 1, Virginia 0
Oklahoma 2, Michigan 0
Washington 4 Iowa 3
DePaul 4, Fresno State 0
ULL 9, Arizona State 2





SPY obtains data from Ultimate College Scoreboard, softballscoresnow, Gametracker and reports sent to spy by the schools.

UMBC Spring Classic–Baltimore, Md.Saint Joseph’s vs Mount St. Mary’s 11:00 AMUMBC 3,  Siena 2UMBC 1, Saint Francis 7Saint Francis 3, Siena 9SECRebel Spring Games–Kissimmee, Fla.

Nebraska-Omaha 2,  Bucknell 0

Cleveland State 1, Wagner 9

Youngstown State 4,Army 5

Wisconsin-Green Bay vs Howard 9:00 AM

Bucknell 5, Saint Peter’s 2

Wisconsin-Green Bay 3, Wagner 2

Youngstown State 7, Columbia 2

Cleveland State 6, Howard 4

Nebraska-Omaha 2, Columbia 1

Houston Baptist 2, Army 1

Houston Baptist vs Saint Peter’s TBA

San Diego Classic II–San Diego, Calif.San Diego State vs Harvard 7:00 PMChevron Spring Fling Tournament–Honolulu, Hawai’iTexas A&M 8, Winthrop 0Texas vs Marist 1:30 PMCalifornia vs Texas 4:00 PMCalifornia vs Hawai’i 6:30 PM 

LSU vs Mississippi State



Sun Belt

Troy vs Louisiana-Monroe 5:00 PM

Other National GamesNew Haven, Conn.Central Connecticut vs Yale 2:00 PMCentral Connecticut vs Yale 4:00 PMGreenville, S.C.Charlotte 2, Furman 1Charlotte vs Furman 4:00 PMEvansville, Ind.

Southeast Missouri 2, Evansville 1

Southeast Missouri vs Evansville 5:00 PM


Nashville, Tenn.

UAB vs Lipscomb 3:00 PM

UAB vs Lipscomb 5:00 PM


Ruston, La.

Southeastern Louisiana vs Louisiana Tech 3:00 PM

Southeastern Louisiana vs Louisiana Tech 5:00 PM


Nashville, Tenn.

Eastern Illinois vs Belmont 3:30 PM

Eastern Illinois vs Belmont 5:30 PM


Atlanta, Ga.

Jacksonville State vs Georgia Tech 5:00 PM


Birmingham, Ala.

South Alabama 3, Samford 5


Edwardsville, Ill.

Bradley 3, SIU-Edwardsville 4


Johnson City, Tenn.

Appalachian State vs East Tennessee State 7:00 PM


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