D1 college Saturday March 19 2011
USA Softball poll March 15 2011
- Georgia lost to Alabama 6-4
- Alabama def Georgia 6-4
- Florida def Mississippi 18-3 (5)
- Washington lost to Oklahoma 7-6 (8)
- Arizona State def Boise State 9-3
- Michigan def Notre Dame 9-4; lost 3-1 to Fresno State
- Arizona def DePaul 7-1; def San Jose State 14-6 (6)
- Oklahoma def Washington 7-6 (8)
- California def Cleveland State 6-0; lost to BYU 7-2
- Stanford vs Northwestern; vs Iowa State//cancelled
- T Tennessee
- T UCLA
- Missouri def North Dakota State 11-2; def Western Michigan 10-1
- Texas def CS Fullerton 5-0
- Baylor .
- Oregon def Weber State 6-1; 6-2
- Nebraska swept New Mexico State 7-2, 16-1
- Oklahoma State def FGCU 10-1 (5); def South Florida 9-1 (5)
- ULL def New Mexico 8-4; def Long Beach State 9-5
- Hawaii lost to BYU 2-1
- Kentucky lost to LSU 2-1
- Texas Tech def Chattanooga 3-1; def Boston 4-0
- Texas A&M def Colorado State 10-1; def Florida A&M 8-0
- Auburn def South Carolina 3-0
- LSU def Kentucky 2-1
Gametracker,college web sites
Oklahoma 7, Washington 6 (8). The Sooners scored 4 runs, top 1st. One out, Turang beat out an infield hit; Williams and Shults walked; Nix drovve ub a run, fielder’s chice; Ricketts doubled to left, scoring 2; Dobbs doubled in the fourth run. Pohlman walked to open the UW 1st; one out, Williams doubled in a score. UW 2nd: a familiar pattern, OU errors let an opponent score when an inning should have ended. Stuart walked; Ingelsby reached on an error at short; Ricketts fanned Hayward but, fielding Smith’s grounder, Ricketts overthrew 1st, a run scored. Pohlman struck out, which would have ended the inning but for the errors. Salling stroked a 2-run double. Tie game. OU regained the lead top 5th on Williams homer; Shults reached when the left fielder Williams dropped her fly ball; Ingelsby relieved starter Jones and got the three outs to retire OU. UW tied in the bottom half, aided again by OU error. Salling grounded to Dobbs at 3rd, who overthrew 1st, Salling scurrying all the way to 3rd. With two out, Fa’asua singled to center, rbi. OU down in order in the 6th; with 2 out, Martinez reached on an error by the second baseman but was cut down at 2nd on the recovery 4-6. One out in the bottom, pinch hitter Wagner singled. Smith went down 6-3. Seemed to be some confusion about the board, which already showed 2 outs, and Wagner kept running to 3rd. But, Ricketts fanned Pohlman. The OU 7th began with a groundout to 3rd. Williams lined out to Williams in left. Shults popped to Hayward in front of the OU dugout. Tied 5-5, UW led with Salling who flied out to short. Williams flied out to Williams in left. Wright walked; Fa’asua at bat, Wright moved to 2nd on a wild pitch; Fa’asua singled past 3rd. Stuart worked a 3-2 count and walked, loading the bases for Ingelsby, a good hitter. Ingelsby grounded to Dobbs at 3rd. Top 8th: Shults on 2nd, ITB. Nix singled, stole 2nd. Ricketts singled in 2 runs. Dobbs sacrificed. Norris was hbp. Two on, but Jones flied out and Martinez lined out to 3rd. UW put Ingelsby on 2nd, ITB; Hayward fanned; Smith at bat, the runner advanced on another wild pitch; Smith struck out swinging. Pohlman reached on a single to 2nd, rbi. Salling flied out to right. Bolstered by timely hitting, Oklahoma had survived despite the errors against a very good Washington team.
Michigan 9, Notre Dame 4. The Wolverines had a 9-0 lead after scoring 3 top 6th before the Irish scored 2 in the 6th and 2 in the 7th, preventing run-rule. UM took its first lead in the 3rd on Shaw’s 2-run homer. Lane followed with an rbi double, and Blanchard rbi single, 4-0. Lane added a 2-run single in the 4th. Top 6th: Evans scored on an error, Chidester rbi single, an unearned run, 9-0. Bottom 6th: Stuhr and Fleury scored on error by the shortstop. Notre Dame 7th: Clay and Jorgensborg reached; Payne relieved Speierman; Stuhr slashed a 2-run single. Michigan 29-1; Notre Dame 16-6.
Fresno State 3, Michigan 1. There are games in every tournament where the tension rises with every pitch — and the Bulldogs upset of mighty Michigan was surely one of those games. The Wolverines took a 1-0 lead in the 1st. Fresno State responded in the 4th – a solo home by Michelle Moses, who continues to impress at bat and in the circle; and a 2-run dinger by Stiglich. Jordan Taylor and Mackenzie Oakes had strong games, and stifled other opportunities. Now, top 7th, UM led with Caitlin Blanchard, who grounded to short. Powers singled sharply to left. Doyle grounded to 2nd, good play by the Bulldogs. Evans the UM dependable leadoff hitter, singled to left — and the ting rus were on base. Oakes faced Sappingfield, with heavy hitter Shaw on deck. Sapingfield grounded to 1st.
LSU 2, Kentucky 1. Tammy Wray was hit-by-a-pitch with the bases loaded in the fifth inning to propel the No. 25 LSU softball team to a 2-1 victory over No. 24 Kentucky during the middle game of a weekend series Saturday in-front of 1,273 fans at Tiger Park. The Tigers (16-12, 1-6 SEC) ended their seven-game losing streak as Brittany Mack went the distance to earn her sixth win of the season. She allowed one run on four hits and tallied five strikeouts against four walks. Chanda Bell was dealt the loss for Kentucky and dropped to 7-3 on the season. She was touched up for two runs on two hits and recorded nine strikeouts against six walks. Langoni and Anissa Young coaxed consecutive walks to fill the bases. Wray was plunked by the 1-1 offering to plate the go-ahead run. Mack buckled down and retired nine of the final 11 batters she faced sparked by a 1-2-3 seventh inning to secure the 2-1 triumph. LSU took advantage of a two-out walk to Juliana Santos in the third inning. Langoni ripped a RBI double over the head of UK centerfielder Meagan Aull to hand LSU a 1-0 edge. The Wildcats (19-5, 5-2 SEC) strung together a Lauren Cumbess single along with a trio of walks, the latest to Alice O’Brien, to knot the score at 1-1 during the fourth inning. Mack regrouped and mowed down pinch hitter Ellen Weaver to end the threat.
Mississippi State 2, Arkansas 0. Three Mississippi State pitchers combined for a one-hit shutout, and senior Courtney Nesbit went 3-for-3 and drove in both runs as the Bulldog softball team defeated Arkansas 2-0 Saturday afternoon to clinch the Southeastern Conference series at the MSU Softball Field. Nesbit tallied her fourth and fifth doubles of the season as the Bulldogs improved to 14-14 overall and 4-2 in SEC play.A day after snapping a seven-game skid to Arkansas, Saturday’s win gave Mississippi State (14-14, 4-2 SEC) its first series win against the Razorbacks since 2007.
Arizona 7, DePaul 1. The Wildcats scored 3 in the 1st, added another in the 2nd, then 3 in the 4th. Koria had 2 rbi; Del Ponte, Chambers, Arriola, and Lavina had one rbi each. UofA scored 3 runs off Dean, four off reliever Verdun. Yniguez drove in a run for the Blue Demons in the 6th.
Florida 18, Ole Miss 3. Any game recording 21 runs invariably includes errors — and each team racked 3. Rogers was in control with a 1-hitter, but Ole Miss managed 3 runs in the 4th. The Gators scored 7 runs top 1st. Moultrie singled, scored on Paculba single, Bruder hit a ground rule double, Schutte rbi, Bush rbi, a walk and Barnhill was relieved. Finally, Coyle drew an rbi walk before the at-bat ended. Florida boosted its lead in the 2nd on Bush’ 3-run homer, adding 2 more in the 3rd, 5 more in the 4th, and a final run in the 5th. Mississippi scored in the 4th when Barnhill doubled Hubbard home, then stole home; McNeal scored the third run on an error.Fagan also homered for Florida, and had 4 rbi.
Texas 5, CS Fullerton 0. Before the game, the members of the 1986 Titan team which won the WCWS gathered for a reunion introduction, then the first pitch of this game was thrown by Texas coach Connie Clark to Fullerton coach Michelle Gromacki — who comprised the battery for that 1986 team. Luna, who pitched a perfect game against Washington, was in control all the way but drew on her team for the win. Thom drve in a run in the 2nd with a sac fly. Thom hit a 2-run HR in the 4th, and Bennett added a solo homer in the 7th. Luna yielded one hit.
Arizona State 9, Boise State 3. The Broncos were no match for the Sun Devils. Boyd walked to start the game. Rogers hbp; Parlich popped to the catcher; Donnenwirth forced Boyd at 3rd; Castillo walked, loading the bases; Johnson doubled in 2 runs. Haro reached on an error top 2nd; Boyd doubled in a run, and scored on Parlich sac fly. ASU 3rd: Castillo hbp; Johnson singled; one out, Goodman singled, rbi; Boyd doubled in 2 runs but was out at 3rd. 7-0. Top 4th: Sun Devils added a run. In bottom, Boise State scored; Caplan scored on Alvarez single. same pattern in 6th: ASU added a run; Caplan scored again on Crump single. Escobedo relieved Bach. Bridges walked. Alvarez singled, One runner forced at 3rd, Bourke scored. With 2 on, Collier popped to 1st. Sweeney walked,oading the bases; Harvey grounded out. 9-3. Two out in 7th, Boyd singled to right. Rogers walked; both were stranded. Boise State had a single in the bottom, but no runs.
Arizona 14, San Jose State 6. (6) The Wildcats collected five singles in the 1st — Lastrapes, Schutzler, DelPonte, Koria and Arriola — and five runs. UofA 2nd: Schutzler reached on a bunt sigle; DelPonte walked; Chambers doubled, rbi; Koria jacked a 3-run homer. Chambers homered in the 4th; Arizona scored three more in the 5th and a final run in the 6th. The Spartans scored a run in the 2nd, and 5 runs in the 5th.
Alabama 6, Georgia 4. Bama took a second game from #1 Georgia. The Tide swcored all 6 runs bottom 2nd — and hung on. Boccia walked; Hunt doubled; Conley jacked a 3-run homer. With one out, Fenton walked, stole 2nd; Braud walked; with two out, Lunceford crushed a 3-run home run. Georgia started the uphill climb top 3rd; Trout walked; Schlopy belted a 2-run homer. Arevalo pitched the 3rd and beyond. Top 5th: Pauly scored on Goler rbi. Top 7th: Trout walked; Pauly reached on an error at 2nd; Schlopy hit a 6-4 fielder’s choice, Pauly out. Wiggins beat out an infield hit, loadig the bases. Dunne relieved Traina. Goler ground out, rbi. Hesson worked a 3-2 count, struck out.
Louisiana-Lafayette 8, New Mexico 4. Nerissa Myers hit a 3-run shot for final margin.
Boise State 1, Penn State 0. The game was disputed by Lions fans over an interference call by the 3rd base umpire in the 6th which cost PSU a run, and led to the ejection of the assistant coach. Whyte scored the run when Alvarez drew an rbi walk.
Louisiana-Lafayette 9, LBSU 5. Ashley Brignac pitched back-to-back wins. Trailing, LBSU puklled close 6-5 when St Germain, who yhad homered earlier, doubled in two runs. But, an error led to two more Ragin’ Cajun runs.
Ultimate College Softball, Gametracker, NFCA, college web sites
Judi Garman Tournament—Fullerton, Calif.
Oklahoma 7, Washington 6 (8)
WP Keilani Ricketts. LP Kaitlin Ingelsby.
Michigan 9, Notre Dame 4
WP Stephanie Speierman. LP Laura Winter
Arizona 7, DePaul 1
WP Kenzi Fowler. LP Lindsey Dean
Fresno State 3, Michigan 1
WP Mackenzie Oakes. LP Jordan Taylor
Texas 5, CS Fullerton 0
WP Blaire Luna. LP Ari Cervantes
Pacific 2, Penn State 0
Arizona State 9, Boise State 3
Arizona 14, San Jose State 6 (6)
WP Kenzi Fowler. LP Elyssa Fox
Boise State 1, Penn State 0.
WP Aubrey Zell. LP Lisa Akamine
Louisiana-Lafayette 8, New Mexico 4
WP Ashley Brignac
Illinois vs San Jose State 7:30 PM
This game was just in the 3rd at 11pm, on a very cold night. Illini leading 5-2 top 6th/midnight.
Louisiana-Lafayette 9, Long Beach State 5
WP Brignac. LP Turner
Stony Brook Invitational—Stony Brook, N.Y.
Fairfield vs Holy Cross 10:30 PM
Stony Brook vs Holy Cross 12:30 PM
Stony Brook vs Fairfield 2:30 PM
Hofstra Invitational—Hempstead, N.Y.
Hofstra vs Columbia 10:00 AM
Hofstra vs Connecticut 12:30 PM
Connecticut vs Columbia 3:00 PM
DeMarini Capital Classic—Dover, Del.
North Carolina Central vs Maryland-Eastern Shore 10:00 AM
Delaware State vs Maryland-Eastern Shore 12:00 PM
Mount St. Mary’s vs North Carolina Central 2:00 PM
Delaware State vs Mount St. Mary’s 4:00 PM
Seton Hall Pirate Classic—South Orange, N.J.
Manhattan vs Sacred Heart 9:00 AM
Seton Hall vs Lafayette 11:30 AM
Tournament Play 2:00 PM
Tournament Play 4:00 PM
UMBC Spring Classic—Baltimore Md.
UMBC vs Brown 9:30 AM
Niagara vs Brown 11:30 AM
UMBC vs Niagara 1:30 PM
Saint Francis vs Morgan State 3:
Maryland Tournament—College Park, Md.
Utah 22, Hampton 1
Maryland 6, Utah 0
Maryland 5, Villanova 0
Villanova vs Princeton 3:45 PM
Princeton vs Hampton 6:00 P
Mason Cherry Blossom Classic—Fairfax, Va.
Albany vs Monmouth 10:30 AM
Monmouth vs Cornell 12:45 PM
Albany vs Howard 3:00 PM
George Mason vs Cornell 5:15 PM
Days Inn Invitational—Harrisonburg, Va.
St. John’s vs Binghamton 10:00 AM
Lehigh vs St. John’s 12:30 PM
James Madison vs Binghamton 3:00 PM
Lehigh vs James Madison 5:30 PM
Chanticleer Challenge—Conway, S.C.
Lipscomb 8, Providence 2
Kansas 3, Georgia Tech 2
Georgia Tech 4, Lipscomb 3
Providence vs Coastal Carolina 4:30 PM
Kansas vs Coastal Carolina 6:30 PM
Radford Invitational—Troutville, Va.
Robert Morris vs Delaware 11:00 AM
Ball State vs Pittsburgh 11:00 AM
Robert Morris vs Georgetown 1:00 PM
Ball State vs Radford 1:00 PM
Pittsburgh vs Delaware 3:00 PM
Radford vs Georgetown 3:00 PM
Rebel Spring Games—Kissimmee, Fla.
Army 7, Siena 4
Fairleigh Dickinson 2, Bucknell 1
Colgate vs Saint Peter’s 9:00 AM
Wisconsin-Green Bay vs Rider 9:00 AM
Army 2, Bucknell 0
Siena vs Fairleigh Dickinson 11:00 AM
Hartford vs Saint Peter’s 11:00 AM
Colgate vs Rider 11:00 AM
Hartford vs Bucknell 1:00 PM
USF The Game Tournament—Clearwater, Fla.
Kent State vs Rutgers 10:00 AM
Chattanooga vs Liberty 10:00 AM
Texas A&M 10, Colorado State 1
Florida Atlantic vs Kent State 12:30 PM
Rutgers vs North Florida 12:30 PM
Texas Tech 3, Chattanooga 1
Jacksonville vs Dartmouth 12:30 PM
Oklahoma State 10, Florida Gulf Coast 1 (5)
South Florida vs Florida A&M
Texas A&M 8, Florida A&M 0
Liberty vs Buffalo 3:00 PM
Texas Tech 4, Boston 0
Quinnipiac vs Dartmouth 3:00 PM
South Florida vs Colorado State 3:00 PM
Florida A&M vs Buffalo 5:30 PM
Long Island vs North Florida 5:30 PM
Winthrop vs Jacksonville 5:30 PM
Florida Gulf Coast vs Quinnipiac 5:30 PM
Oklahoma State 9, South Florida 1
Florida Atlantic vs Long Island 8:00 PM
Boston vs Winthrop 8:00 PM
Hoosier Classic—Bloomington, Ind.
Central Michigan vs Wright State 10:00 AM
Michigan State vs Central Michigan 12:15 PM
Indiana 2, Loyola 0
Michigan State 6, Wright State 3
Eastern Michigan vs Indiana 4:45 PM
Wilson Classic—Columbia, Mo.
North Dakota State vs Minnesota 11:00 AM
Missouri 11, North Dakota State 2
Missouri def Western Michigan 10-1
Western Michigan vs Minnesota 6:30 PM
Silver and Blue Classic—Reno, Nev.
Saint Mary’s vs Northern Illinois 10:30 AM
Nevada vs Northern Illinois 12:45 PM
Nevada vs Idaho State 3:00 PM
San Diego Classic II—San Diego, Calif.
Louisville 3, Wisconsin 0
CS-Northridge 6, Ohio State 1
Harvard vs San Diego 1:30 PM
Ohio State vs San Diego State 2:00 PM
Wisconsin vs San Diego 4:00 PM
Louisville vs Ohio 4:30 PM
San Diego State vs Ohio 7:00 PM
Marina International Hotel Showcase—Los Angeles, Calif.
Northern Colorado vs Canisius 9:00 AM
Loyola Marymount 7, Northern Colorado 4
Canisius vs North Dakota 1:00 PM
Loyola Marymount vs Bethune-Cookman 3:00 PM
Capital Classic—Sacramento, Calif.
Sacramento State vs Illinois-Chicago 10:00 AM
Illinois-Chicago vs Santa Clara 12:15 PM
Sacramento State vs Towson 2:30 PM
Louisville Slugger Classic—Stanford, Calif.
UNLV vs Cal Poly 9:00 AM
Northwestern vs UNLV 11:15 AM
Cal Poly vs Iowa State 1:30 PM
Northwestern vs Stanford 3:45 PM
Stanford vs Iowa State 6:00 PM
Hawai’i Spring Fling Tournament—Honolulu, Hawai’i
California 6 Cleveland State 0
WP-Jolene Henderson (19-2) LP-Tess Sito (8-7)
BYU 2 Hawai’i 1
WP-Paige Affleck (8-9) LP-Stephanie Ricketts (13-7)
BYU 7 California 2
WP-Paige Affleck (9-9) LP-Jolene Henderson (19-3)
Boston College swept Virginia 9-3, 11-3
North Carolina swept Virginia Tech 3-0, 3-2
Florida State 3, North Carolina State 2
North Carolina State 4, Florida State 2
St. Bonaventure vs George Washington 12:00 PM Washington, D.C.
St. Bonaventure vs George Washington 2:00 PM Washington, D.C.
Dayton vs Saint Joseph’s 12:00 PM Villanova, Pa.
Massachusetts vs Charlotte 12:00 PM Charlotte, N.C.
La Salle vs Saint Louis 12:00 PM St. Louis, Mo.
Mercer vs Campbell 2:00 PM Buies Creek, N.C.
Mercer vs Campbell 4:00 PM Buies Creek, N.C.
East Carolina vs Marshall 1:00 PM Huntington, W.Va.
East Carolina vs Marshall 3:00 PM Huntington, W.Va.
Southern Mississippi vs UAB 1:00 PM Birmingham, Ala.
Southern Mississippi vs UAB 3:00 PM Birmingham, Ala.
Houston swept Memphis 8-0, 7-1
Tulsa 5, Central Florida 1
Central Florida vs Tulsa 3:00 PM Tulsa, Okla.
Creighton vs Evansville 12:00 PM Evansville, Ind.
Creighton vs Evansville 2:00 PM Evansville, Ind.
Wichita State vs Southern Illinois 12:00 PM Carbondale, Ill.
Wichita State vs Southern Illinois 2:00 PM Carbondale, Ill.
Bradley vs Illinois State 12:00 PM Normal, Ill.
Bradley vs Illinois State 2:00 PM Normal, Ill.
Indiana State vs Drake 12:00 PM Des Moines, Iowa
Indiana State vs Drake 2:00 PM Des Moines, Iowa
Northern Iowa vs Missouri State 12:00 PM Springfield, Mo.
Northern Iowa vs Missouri State 2:00 PM Springfield, Mo.
Tennessee-Martin vs Tennessee State 1:00 PM Nashville, Tenn.
Tennessee-Martin vs Tennessee State 3:00 PM Nashville, Tenn.
Eastern Kentucky vs Austin Peay 1:00 PM Clarksville, Tenn.
Eastern Kentucky vs Austin Peay 3:00 PM Clarksville, Tenn.
Eastern Illinois vs Murray State 1:00 PM Murray, Ky.
Eastern Illinois vs Murray State 3:00 PM Murray, Ky.
Tennessee Tech vs Southeast Missouri 1:00 PM Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Tennessee Tech vs Southeast Missouri 3:00 PM Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Morehead State vs Jacksonville State 2:00 PM Jacksonville, Ala.
Morehead State vs Jacksonville State 4:00 PM Jacksonville, Ala.
Mississippi State 2, Arkansas 1
Florida 18, Mississippi 3 (5)
WP Hannah Rogers 1-hitter. LP Brittany Bararnhill
Alabama 6, Georgia 4
WP Jackie Traina. LP Morgan Montemayor. S Kelsi Dunne
South Carolina vs Auburn 2:00 PM Auburn, Ala.
LSU 2, Kentucky 1
WP Brittany Mack. LP Chanda Bell
College of Charleston vs UNC-Greensboro 1:00 PM Greensboro, N.C.
College of Charleston vs UNC-Greensboro 3:00 PM Greensboro, N.C.
Elon vs Appalachian State 1:00 PM Boone, N.C.
Elon vs Appalachian State 3:00 PM Boone, N.C.
Georgia Southern vs Western Carolina 1:00 PM Cullowhee, N.C.
Georgia Southern vs Western Carolina 3:00 PM Cullowhee, N.C.
Furman vs Samford 1:00 PM Birmingham, Ala.
Furman vs Samford 3:00 PM Birmingham, Ala.
Texas-Arlington vs Central Arkansas 11:00 AM Conway, Ark.
Texas-Arlington vs Central Arkansas 1:00 PM Conway, Ark.
Texas A&M-CC vs Nicholls State 1:00 PM Thibodeaux, La.
Texas A&M-CC vs Nicholls State 3:00 PM Thibodeaux, La.
Stephen F. Austin vs Northwestern State 1:00 PM Natchitoches, La.
Stephen F. Austin vs Northwestern State 3:00 PM Natchitoches, La.
McNeese State vs Texas State 1:00 PM San Marcos, Texas
McNeese State vs Texas State 3:00 PM San Marcos, Texas
Sam Houston State vs Texas-San Antonio 1:00 PM San Antonio, Texas
Sam Houston State vs Texas-San Antonio 3:15 PM San Antonio, Texas
SWAC Round-Up—Hattiesburg, Miss.
Mississippi Valley State vs Prairie View A&M 10:00 AM
Texas Southern vs Alabama State 10:00 AM
Southern vs Alabama A&M 10:00 AM
Jackson State vs Grambling State 10:00 AM
Alcorn State vs Prairie View A&M 12:30 PM
Southern vs Alabama State 12:30 PM
Mississippi Valley State vs Texas Southern 12:30 PM
Alabama A&M vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff 12:30 PM
Jackson State vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff 3:00 PM
Alcorn State vs Grambling State 3:00 PM
Oakland vs IUPUI 12:00 PM Indianapolis, Ind.
UMKC vs IPFW 1:00 PM Fort Wayne, Ind.
South Dakota State vs Centenary 12:00 PM Shreveport, La.
Western Illinois vs Southern Utah 12:00 PM Cedar Falls, Utah
North Texas vs Middle Tennessee 12:00 PM Murfreesboro, Tenn.
North Texas vs Middle Tennessee 2:00 PM Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Louisiana-Monroe vs Troy 1:00 PM Troy, Ala.
Louisiana-Monroe vs Troy 3:00 PM Troy, Ala.
Western Kentucky vs South Alabama 1:00 PM Mobile, Ala.
Western Kentucky vs South Alabama 3:00 PM Mobile, Ala.
Bryant vs Yale 12:00 PM New Haven, Conn.
Bryant vs Yale 2:00 PM New Haven, Conn.
Rhode Island vs South Carolina-Upstate 1:00 PM Spartanburg, S.C.
Rhode Island vs South Carolina-Upstate 3:30 PM Spartanburg, S.C.
Marist vs UTEP 11:00 AM El Paso, Texas
Marist vs UTEP 1:00 PM El Paso, Texas
Louisana Tech vs Southeastern Louisiana 2:00 PM Hammond, La.
Louisana Tech vs Southeastern Louisiana 4:00 PM Hammond, La.
Nebraska vs New Mexico State 1:00 PM Las Cruces, N.M.
Nebraska vs New Mexico State 3:00 PM Las Cruces, N.M.
Utah State vs Oregon State 12:00 PM Corvallis, Ore.
Utah State vs Oregon State 2:00 PM Corvallis, Ore.
Weber State vs Oregon 1:00 PM Eugene, Ore.
Weber State vs Oregon 3:00 PM Eugene, Ore.
Presbyterian vs UNC-Wilmington 5:00 PM Wilmington, N.C.
Presbyterian vs UNC-Wilmington 7:00 PM Wilmington, N.C.