3-17-2012 Saturday March 17 D1 Scores

SATURDAY MARCH 17 D1 SCORES

HAPPY SAINT PATRICK’S DAY

 

TOP 25
ESPN USA Softball poll March 13

  1. California 7, Winthrop 1
  2. Alabama 4,  Mississippi 2/Bama 10
  3. Washington
  4. Florida 1, South Carolina 0
  5. Arizona State vs Notre Dame//cancelled weather
  6. Texas
  7. Oklahoma vs Washington//cancelled
  8. Georgia def Auburn 6-3
  9. Tennessee upset by Arkansas 4-1
  10. Stanford
  11. Louisiana Lafayette vs Iowa(cancelled), vs Arizona
  12. Missouri vs Kansas//rained out/DH Sunday
  13.  Arizona vs BYU, vs Louisiana Lafayette//cancelled weather
  14. Oregon
  15. Louisville def Akron 6-1, vs Sacramento State
  16. Baylor upset by Buffalo 1-0
  17. UCLA
  18. Auburn def by Georgia 6-3
  19. Hawaii 2,  Winthrop 1
  20. Michigan vs Virginia (cancelled), vs DePaul//cancelled weather
  21. Texas A&M 14,  Marist 2 (6)
  22. Florida State 1, Northwestern 0
  23. South Florida 5, Northern Illinois 1/def Kent State 1-0
  24. New Mexico
  25. DePaul vs Michigan//cancelled

 

LSU 3, Mississippi State 1.  Allison Falcon ripped a two-run double during the third inning to break a 1-1 tie, while Brittany Mack racked up 10 strikeouts in a complete game effort as the LSU softball team claimed a 3-1 win over Mississippi State Saturday in-front of a season-best 1,397 fans at Tiger Park.  LSU (18-8, 3-1 SEC) pushed its winning streak to 19 straight games over Mississippi State (17-11, 3-6 SEC) dating back to the 2005 season. Prior to first pitch, the Tigers honored 18 Alumnae as part of Alumnae Weekend at the ballpark. Mack won her fifth consecutive decision to improve to 8-4 on the season. She maneuvered around eight hits, two walks and stranded six of 10 Bulldog baserunners in scoring position. The senior right-hander also notched her third double-digit strikeout performance of the season. Stephanie Becker was handed the loss and tagged for three runs on five hits. She came away with six strikeouts against one walk, but dropped to 9-4 for the season.

Texas A&M 14, Marist 2 (6). W P Ainsley

California 7, Winthrop 1.  WP Henderson

Hawai’i 2, Winthrop 1.  WP Ricketts

Hokies, Tar Heels Split. Bailey Liddle twirled a five-hit shutout to help lead the Virginia Tech softball team to a split of a pair of games with North Carolina Saturday afternoon at Tech Softball Park. In the first game, the Tar Heels rallied from two runs to beat Tech 3-2 in nine innings before the Hokies broke through with a 5-0 win in the second game.

In the second contest, Tech got a run in the first inning when Courtney Liddle doubled home Lauren Gaskill and added to the lead in the second inning when Gaskill scored on a groundout by Dani Anderson. Gaskill finally got into the action at the plate in the fourth inning when she cleared the bases with a three-run double to the gap to make it 5-0.

Bailey Liddle (W, 6-3) was outstanding, limiting the Tar Heels to just five hits in picking up the shutout. She walked two and struck out two. At the plate, Gaskill led the way with two hits, two runs scored and thraee RBIs. Courtney Liddle, Betty Rose and Kat Banks each had one. The big news of the day was that the staff pulled the redshirt off freshman Katey Smith. The move paid off as she picked up a hit and scored a run, starting in the designated player spot.

Arkansas Upsets Tennessee.  A four-run first inning outburst proved enough for Arkansas (18-8, 2-5 Southeastern Conference) on a St. Patrick’s Day Saturday afternoon at Bogle Park in Fayetteville, Ark., as the Razorbacks evened their three-game series against the #9 Tennessee Lady Vol softball team (18-6, 2-3 SEC) with a 4-1 victory.  UT junior pitcher Ivy Renfroe (5-5) suffered the loss in the circle, allowing four tallies on five hits with a pair of walks and four strikeouts over 4.0 frames of effort. Sophomore shortstop Madison Shipman led the Tennessee offense by going 2-for-3 at the plate with her team-leading seventh double of the season and squad-high 26th RBI. The Razorbacks answered  in the bottom half of the opening frame as left fielder Devon Wallace blasted a solo HR to center, tying the count on the scoreboard at 1-1. Third baseman Chloe Oprzedek was struck by a pitch and quickly stole second before being joined on the bags via walk by shortstop Clarisa Navarro. Following a sacrifice bunt that moved the runners into scoring position, Amanda Geile drove a three-run shot over the wall in right center as UA improved its advantage to 4-1.

Florida Edges South Carolina 1-0.  A tight contest went to No. 4 Florida (25-2, 6-1 SEC), as the Gators hung on to defeat South Carolina (19-11, 2-5 SEC) 1-0 on Saturday afternoon in front of 1,080 fans at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. The Gators put up their lone run in the third when designated player Bailey Castro stepped up with two outs and poked a single to left just inside the foul line, scoring Sami Fagan from second after she started the frame by drawing a walk. South Carolina, who out-hit Florida 5-3, had chances in the later stages of the game. In the sixth, Samie Garcia drew a leadoff walk, and Lauren Lackey followed with a base hit, extending her hitting streak to a career-best 13 games, to give the Gamecocks life.  The Gators went to the pen, bringing in ace Hannah Rogers. Kaitlin Westfall sacrificed the runners into scoring position, putting two runners into scoring position for the Garnet and Black’s cleanup hitter. But the Gators got the runner at third in a rundown when the squeeze bunt was not put down, nabbing Garcia for the second out on a close play at third. Rogers finished off the hitter to end the frame. The Gamecocks got the leadoff runner on in the seventh when  Chelsea Hawkins blooped a single to center that glanced off the glove of the Gator second basemaJackie Slawson moved to second on a grounder to first, but Rogers got an infield pop fly and a grounder to second to end the threat and contest. Earlier, Florida threatened in the second, loading the bases with two down on three walks in the frame. But Gamecock starter Audrey Broyles (5-3) got out of the frame with a fly to left. Gator freshman Lauren Haeger (8-1) picked up the win, tossing five innings of four-hit ball, fanning four. Rogers picked up her second save of the year, giving up a hit and striking out one in two innings. Broyles was charged with the loss, going the distance while allowing one earned run on five walks and three hits.

South Florida 5, Northern Illinois 1.  Jessica Mouse’s first home run for the University of South Florida softball team was all the offense USF needed Saturday. The senior third baseman golfed a 1-1 pitch over the left-field wall for a two-run home run – the first of four homers in the game for USF – and sophomore pitcher Sara Nevins extended her streak of innings without allowing an earned run to 51. 2 as the Bulls (22-5 overall) secured the 5-1 win over Northern Illinois Saturday at the Eddie C. Moore Softball Complex in Clearwater, Fla. Mouse’s blast was the only offense through five innings, as Nevins dueled with the Huskies’ Jessica Sturm to a 2-1 lead through five and a half innings. Northern Illinois’ only run coming as a USF error extended the inning in the sixth, allowing the Huskies to score on a bases-loaded hit batter.  USF responded in the bottom of the sixth, pounding back-to-back-to-back blasts to lead off the inning, as Stephanie Medina, Kenshyra Jackson and Kourtney Salvarola all cleared the fence, giving Nevins a cushion to finish the game;  Nevins did so in grand fashion, striking out one and forcing two pop-ups for her 12th win of the season. Nevins struck out 11, allowing just four hits over seven innings of work.  The Bulls finished with seven hits, four of them blasts. It was Medina’s third, Jackson’s second and Salvarola’s first of the year. Salvarola and senior outfielder Janine Richardson each had two hits.

Bama 10, Ole Miss 7.  WP Locke; LP Bruning; S Sewell.  The Tide led 9 to 2 after 4.  Bama had scored 5 in the 2nd, including a 3-run bomb by Locke.  Ole Miss got back in the game with a 5-run 5th, Overbeck had a 3-run homer, Brown a 2-run homer.  Locke had 4 rbi; Fenton, who was 3-3, with 2 rbi and a homer.

 

Judy Garman Classic cancelled weather
Arizona State vs Notre Dame//cancelled weather
Virginia vs Michigan//cancelled weather
Oklahoma vs Washington//cancelled weather
Iowa vs Louisiana Lafayette//cancelled weather
BYU vs Arizona//cancelled weather
DePaul vs Michigan//cancelled weather
Louisiana Lafayette vs Arizona//cnacelled
Penn State vs Fresno State cancelled weather
CS Fullerton vs Iowa cancelled weather
Penn State vs BYU cancelled weather

 

National Games
Spy draws on Ultimate College Softball, softballscoresnow, ESPN and Gametracker

Unsorted scores from ESPN/NCAA
Louisiana Tech 8, Texas Arlington 0
Illinois 4, UMass 2
CaMPBELL 5, NC CENTRAL 2
BETHUNE cOOKMAN 4, aLCORN sTATE 2
LIU 9, CANISIUS 3
Iona 8, Providence 1
Texas Tech 13, Manhattan 2
Rutgers 3, Colgate 0
Fairleigh Dickson 11, Columbia 3
Mercer 8, St Bonaventure 0
Army 5, St Peter’s 3
Delaware 2, Norfolk State 0
Longwood 7, Ohio 0
Hofstra 1, Maine 0
Drexel 20, NC Central 1
Columbia 4, Lafayette 2
Florida State 1, Northwestern 0
Seton Hall 4, Monmouth 1
Villanova 6, Western Michigan 4
Akron 3, Princeton 2
North Dakota State 4, IUPUI 3
North Carolina 3, Virgijnia Tech 2
Drake 5, Indiana State 1
Central Connecticut 9, Maryland Eastern Shore 0
Syracuse 10, Florida Atlantic 2
Fordham 5, Pittsburgh 4
Delaware State 5, Saint Joseoh’s 4
Psresbytrian 5, East Tennessee State 4
Stony Brook 7, Holy Cross 0
Hofstra 8, Connecticut 2
Georgia Southern 5, Western Carolina 1
Kentucky 4, UNKC 0
South Alabama 5, Western Kentucky 1
Florida 1, South Carolina 0
Georgia Tech 8, Boston College 0
Creighton 11, Bradley 3
Pennsylvania 5, Temple 4
Chasrleston 4, Samford 2
Texas A&M CC 3,d Northwestern State 1
Central Arkansas 5m Southeastern Louisiana 3
NC Greensboro 5, Elon 5
Sam Houston State 6, Nicholls State 3
Northern Iowa 8, Evansville 1
Western Illinois 13, Soukth Dakota State 1
Missouri State 4, Illinois State 2
Oakland 7, IPFW 3
Ohio State 15, Belmont 3
Campbell 6, Drexel 1
Rhode Island 9, UMBC 1
Florida Gulf Ciast 8, NC Wilmington 1
Colgate 8, Hartford 0
Arkansas 4, Tennessee 1
Murray State 2, Jacksonville State 1
Tulsa 5, East Carolina 2
Ohio 2, Charleston Southern 1
Buffalo 1, Baylor 0
Houston 5, UTEP 2
Lousville 6, Akron 1
Drake 4, Indiana State 2
South Dakota 9, Southern Utah 8
Virginia Tech 5, North Carolina 0
McNeese State 7, UTSA 0
Louisiana Tech 2, Texas Arlington 1
East Tennesse State 5, Presbyterian 4
Sint J<oseh’s 10, Delaware State 0
Tennessee Martin 6, Tennessee Tech 0
Stony Brook 10, Holy Cross 1
SIU Edwardsville 6, Austin Peay 1
George Washing;ton 4, James Madison 2
Alabama 4, Ole Miss 2
Georgia 6, Auburn 3
Northern Iowa 8, Evansbille 0
Elon 7, UNC Greensboro 5
Mosrgan State 11, Savannah State 9
Southern Illinois 5, Wichita State 0
South Alabama 2, Western Kentucky 1
Georgia Tech 9, Boston College 4
North Texas 10, Middle Tennessee 2
Appalachian State 4, Furman 3
Texas State 1, SF Austin 0
Connecticut 8, Maine 2
Georgia Southern 3, Western Carolina 2
Cornell 1, George Mason 0
Loyola ILL 5, Ball State 4
Creighton 2, Bradley 1
Radford 5 Binghamton 2
Southern Miss 9, UCF 5
Tulsa 13, East Carolina 4
Chattanooga 6, Northwestern 2
Houston 10, UTEP 0
Louisiana Tech  8, Texas Arlington 0
Illinois 4, UMass 2
Campbekk 5m NC Central 2
Indiana 4, Wright State 2
Saint Mary’s 9, Iowa State 4
James Madison 2, Pittsburgh 1
LSU 3, Mississippi State 1

Hofstra Invitational–Hempstead, N.Y.

Hofstra 1, Maine 0 (9)

Hofstra vs Connecticut 12:30 PM

Connecticut vs Maine 3:00 PM

 

 

Pirate Classic–South Orange, N.J.

Texas Tech 13, Manhattan 2

Seton Hall 1, Monmouth 4

Semifinals TBA

Semifinals TBA

 

 

Delaware Spring Invitational–Newark, Del.

Norfolk State 0, Delaware 2

Villanova 6,  Western Michigan 4

Western Michigan vs La Salle 1:30 PM

Villanova vs La Salle 3:30 PM

 

UMBC Spring Classic–Baltimore, Md.

Robert Morris vs Siena 9:15 AM

Saint Francis vs Rhode Island 10:15 AM

Robert Morris vs Brown 11:25 AM

Sacred Heart vs Coppin State 12:05 PM

UMBC vs Rhode Island 1:35 PM

Mount St. Mary’s vs Sacred Heart 3:45 PM

 

JMU Days Inn Invitational–Harrisonburg, Va.

Fordham vs George Washington 9:30 AM

Fordham vs Pittsburgh 12:00 PM

James Madison vs George Washington 2:30 PM

James Madison vs Pittsburgh 5:00 PM

 

Cherry Blossom Classic–Fairfax, Va.

Cornell vs Bowling Green 10:30 AM

Bowling Green vs Albany State 12:45 PM

Cornell vs George Mason 3:00 PM

Albany vs George Mason 5:15 PM

 

Pirate Invitational–Hampton, Va.

Central Connecticut vs Maryland-Eastern Shore 12:00 PM

Central Connecticut vs Maryland-Eastern Shore 2:00 PM

 

Radford Invitational–Radford, Va.

Lehigh vs Binghamton 12:00 PM

Radford vs Lehigh 2:00 PM

Radford vs Binghamton 4:00 PM

 

Hampton Inn Camel Stampede Tournament–Buies Creek, Va.

Drexel vs North Carolina Central 11:00 AM

Campbell vs Drexel 1:30 PM

Campbell 5,  North Carolina Central 2

 

CSU Tournament–Charleston, S.C.

Longwood 7,  Ohio 0

Longwood vs Charleston Southern 12:00 PM

Ohio vs Charleston Southern 2:00 PM

 

 

Parents’ Weekend Tournament–Boca Raton, Fla.

Syracuse vs Jacksonville 10:00 AM

Syracuse 1, Florida Atlantic 2

Florida Atlantic vs Jacksonville 2:00 PM

 

Miami Invitational–Oxford, Ohio

Eastern Michigan vs Miami 11:00 AM

Miami vs Loyola-Chicago 1:00 PM

Eastern Michigan vs Loyola-Chicago 3:00 PM

Ball State vs Loyola-Chicago 3:00 PM

Ball State vs Dayton 5:00 PM

Dayton vs Niagara 7:00 PM

 

 

University of Kentucky Invitational–Lexington, Ky.

North Carolina State vs UAB 11:00 AM

Kentucky vs UMKC 1:00 PM

#1 vs #4 3:00 PM

#2 vs #3 5:00 PM

 

 

Tiger Classic–Nashville, Tenn.

Mercer vs St. Bonaventure 9:00 AM

Ohio State vs Belmont 11:15 AM

Tennessee State vs St. Bonaventure 1:30 PM

Mississippi Valley State vs Belmont 3:45 PM

Ohio State vs Mercer 6:00 PM

Tennessee State vs Mississippi Valley State 8:15 PM

 

 

Hoosier Tournament–Bloomington, Ind.

Illinois-Chicago vs Central Michigan 10:00 AM

Michigan State vs Central Michigan 12:15 PM

Wright State vs North Dakota 1:00 PM

Michigan State vs Illinois-Chicago 2:30 PM

Indiana vs Wright State 4:45 PM

 

SpringHill Suites Invitational #1–Boise, Idaho

Portland State vs Utah State 10:00 AM

Minnesota vs Utah State 1:00 PM

Minnesota vs Idaho State 2:00 PM

Boise State vs Idaho State 4:00 PM

 

 

Capital Classic–Sacramento, Calif.

Akron vs Princeton 9:00 AM

Louisville vs Akron 11:00 AM

Colorado State vs Princeton 1:00 PM

Louisville vs Sacramento State 3:00 PM

 

San Diego Classic II–San Diego, Calif.

Harvard vs Cal State Bakersfield 9:00 AM

UNLV vs Quinnipiac 11:30 AM

Purdue vs Long Beach State 11:30 AM

San Diego State vs Quinnipiac 2:00 PM

Purdue vs Cal State Bakersfield 2:00 PM

San Diego State vs Valparaiso 4:30 PM

Harvard vs San Diego 4:30 PM

Long Beach State vs Valparaiso 7:00 PM

 

 

Gaucho Classic II–Santa Barbara, Calif.

Oklahoma State vs San Jose State 9:00 AM

Oklahoma State vs UC Santa Barbara 11:15 AM

Wisconsin vs UC Santa Barbara 1:45 PM

Wisconsin vs San Jose State 4:00 PM

 

 

SMC Classic–Moraga, Calif.

Iowa State vs Cal Poly 10:00 AM

Cal Poly vs Santa Clara 12:00 PM

Iowa State vs Saint Mary’s 2:00 PM

 

 

Chevron Spring Fling Tournament–Honolulu, Hawai’i

Texas A&M vs Marist 11:00 AM

California vs Winthrop 1:30 PM

Hawai’i vs Winthrop 4:00 PM

ACC

Blacksburg, Va.

North Carolina def by Virginia Tech 5-1

North Carolina vs Virginia Tech 2:00 PM

 

Atlanta, Ga.

Boston College 4, Georgia Tech 9

Boston College vs Georgia Tech 3:00 PM

 

Big 12

Columbia, Mo.

Kansas vs Missouri 2:00 PM

 

 

Conference USA

Hattiesburg, Miss.

Central Florida vs Southern Mississippi 1:00 PM

Central Florida vs Southern Mississippi 3:00 PM

 

Memphis, Tenn.

Marshall vs Memphis 1:00 PM

Marshall vs Memphis 3:00 PM

 

Tulsa, Okla.

East Carolina vs Tulsa 1:00 PM

East Carolina vs Tulsa 3:00 PM

 

Houston, Texas

UTEP vs Houston 1:00 PM

UTEP vs Houston 3:00 PM

Missouri Valley

Terre Haute, Ind.

Drake 5, Indiana State 1

Drake vs Indiana State 2:00 PM

 

Peoria, Ill.

Creighton vs Bradley 12:00 PM

Creighton vs Bradley 2:00 PM

 

Cedar Falls, Iowa

Evansville vs Northern Iowa 12:00 PM

Evansville vs Northern Iowa 2:00 PM

 

Springfield, Mo.

Illinois State vs Missouri State 12:00 PM

Illinois State vs Missouri State 2:00 PM

 

Wichita, Kan.

Southern Illinois vs Wichita State 12:00 PM

Southern Illinois vs Wichita State 2:00 PM

 

 

Ohio Valley

Morehead, Ky.

Eastern Illinois vs Morehead State 1:00 PM

Eastern Illinois vs Morehead State 3:00 PM

 

Richmond, Ky.

Southeast Missouri vs Eastern Kentucky 1:00 PM

Southeast Missouri vs Eastern Kentucky 3:00 PM

 

Cookeville, Tenn.

Tennessee-Martin vs Tennessee Tech 1:00 PM

Tennessee-Martin vs Tennessee Tech 3:00 PM

 

Murray, Ky.

Jacksonville State vs Murray State 1:00 PM

Jacksonville State vs Murray State 3:00 PM

 

Edwardsville, Ill.

Austin Peay vs SIU-Edwardsville 1:00 PM

Austin Peay vs SIU-Edwardsville 3:00 PM

 

 

SEC

Gainesville, Fla.

South Carolina vs Florida 1:00 PM

 

Fayetteville, Ark.

Tennessee vs Arkansas 1:00 PM

 

Athens, Ga.

Auburn vs Georgia 2:30 PM

 

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Mississippi vs Alabama 1:30 PM

 

Baton Rouge, La.

Mississippi State vs LSU 4:00 PM

 

Southern

Charleston, S.C.

Samford vs College of Charleston 1:00 PM

Samford vs College of Charleston 3:00 PM

 

Greensboro, N.C.

Elon vs UNC-Greensboro 1:00 PM

Elon vs UNC-Greensboro 3:00 PM

 

Greenville, S.C.

Appalachian State vs Furman 1:00 PM

Appalachian State vs Furman 3:00 PM

 

Statesboro, Ga.

Western Carolina vs Georgia Southern 1:00 PM

Western Carolina vs Georgia Southern 3:00 PM

 

 

Southland

Hammond, La.

Central Arkansas vs Southeastern Louisiana 12:00 PM

 

Thibodaux, La.

Sam Houston State vs Nicholls State 12:00 PM

 

Natchitoches, La.

Texas A&M-CC vs Northwestern State 12:00 PM

 

Lake Charles, La.

Texas-San Antonio vs McNeese State 1:00 PM

 

San Marcos, Texas

Stephen F. Austin vs Texas State 2:00 PM

 

 

Summit

Indianapolis, Ind.

North Dakota State vs IUPUI 12:00 PM

 

Fort Wayne, Ind.

Oakland vs IPFW 1:00 PM

 

Macomb, Ill.

South Dakota State vs Western Illinois 12:00 PM

 

Cedar City, Utah

South Dakota vs Southern Utah 11:00 AM

 

Sun Belt

Bowling Green, Ky.

South Alabama vs Western Kentucky 1:00 PM

South Alabama vs Western Kentucky 3:00 PM

 

Denton, Texas

Middle Tennessee vs North Texas 2:00 PM

Middle Tennessee vs North Texas 4:00 PM

 

 

 

Others

Stony Brook, N.Y.

Holy Cross vs Stony Brook 12:00 PM

Holy Cross vs Stony Brook 2:00 PM

 

Dover, Del.

Saint Joseph’s vs Delaware State 12:00 PM

Saint Joseph’s vs Delaware State 2:00 PM

 

Johnson City, Tenn.

Presbyterian vs East Tennessee State 12:00 PM

Presbyterian vs East Tennessee State 2:00 PM

 

Philadelphia, Pa.

Penn vs Temple 1:00 PM

Penn vs Temple 3:00 PM

 

DeLand, Fla.

Houston Baptist vs Stetson 1:00 PM

Houston Baptist vs Stetson 3:00 PM

 

Kennesaw, Ga.

Georgia State vs Kennesaw State 1:00 PM

Georgia State vs Kennesaw State 3:00 PM

 

Los Angeles, Calif.

Seattle vs Loyola Marymount 10:00 AM

Seattle vs Loyola Marymount 12:00 PM

 

Ruston, La.

Texas-Arlington vs Louisiana Tech 1:00 PM

Texas-Arlington vs Louisiana Tech 3:00 PM

 

Waco, Texas

Buffalo vs Baylor 2:00 PM

 

Northridge, Calif.

New Mexico vs Cal State Northridge 1:00 PM

New Mexico vs Cal State Northridge 3:00 PM

 

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