3-23-2012 Friday March 23 D1 Scores




1. Alabama def DePaul 4-3

2. California def Stanford 9-0

3. Washington def Utah 5-1

4. Florida def Arkansas 6-0

5. Texas def Iowa State 8-4

6. Arizona State def Arizona 4-2

7. Oklahoma def Baylor 2-0

8. Louisville-Lafayette

9. Stanford loat to California 9-0

10. Missouri lost to  Texas A&M 2-1

11. Tennessee def Mississippi State 8-0 (5)

12. Georgia def Ole Miss 8-4

13. Arizona vs Arizona State

14. Louisville

15. Oregon

16. UCLA

17. Hawaii vs San Jose State

18. Baylor lost to Oklahoma 2-0

19. Texas A&M def Missouri 2-1

20. Michigan

21. Auburn lost to  Kentucky  8-4

22. South Florida

23. Florida State



The race to reach Oklahoma City goes into high gear this weekend with conference competition and some tournaments.

 Alabama def DePaul 4-3.WP Amanda Locke.  LP Kirsten Verdun.  S Leslie Jury.  Scoreless until bottom 5th when the Tide scored four runs.  Dawson, Lunceford, Braud singled, leading the bases with no outs.  Fenton jacked a grand slam. DePaul scored twaice, top 6th, and a final run in the 7th.  Two on, Braden scored on Verdun’s rbi, but Jury came on to nail the final K and DePaul left 2 on.

Tennessee def Mississippi State 8-0 (5).  WP Ellen Renfroe. LP Stephanie Becker.  Chavanne opened game with a triple; Dotson hbp; Chavanne scored on Shipman single, Dotson on error.  Chavanne led the Vols 3rd with a double, scored with 2 out on Shipman sac fly.  Two out in the 4th, Brown homered.  Andrews walked, advanced on wild pitch, took 3rd on Chavanne single; Andrews scored on double steal.  Vols iced game with a 3-run 5th.  Highlights: Davin 2-run single, Hosfield rbi single..   

  Texas def Iowa State 8-4.  WP Blaire Luna.  LP Tori Torrescano. Texas scored 2 top 5th to tie, then  Horns broke 2-2 tie, top 6th, with 6 runs.  Scott homered with one out; Bennett doubled in a run; Taylor 2-run double; Craig scored on a fielder’s choice; Taylor scored on Scott single.  Outhit 12-5, the Cyclones attempted to rally in the 7th; with 2 runs on Cole’s double. 

Oklahoma 2, Baylor 0.  Battle of aces — OU’s Keilani Ricketss vs Baylor’s Courtney Repka — each giving up 4 hits — decided in the 7th by two Sooner runs.  One out, Ricketts homered.  Two out, Casey doubled; pinch runner Sampson to 3rd on a passed ball; Sampson soctrf.  Kettler reached 3rd for Baylor but was stranded.  Ricketts had 14 Ks.  (Bad night for whomever did Gametracker; screen is black, but Sampson scored.)

Georgia def Ole Miss 8-4.  WP Erin Arevalo.  LP Kendall Bruning.  Leading 1-0 after three, on Sancxhez solo in 2nd; Bulldogs racked 5 runs in 4th.  Razey singled in 2 runs, Olney singled, rbi; Couey rbi single; 2 LOB.  One out in the bottom, Montemayor relieved Arevalo.  Two out, Brown homered.  Georgia scored last 2 runs in 5th on Razey 2-run homer.  Ole Miss rallied for 2 in the 6th, on rbi hits by Brown and Bruning (double).

LSU 5, South Carolina 0.  The Tigers scored their 5 runs in the first two innings.  Pitcher Rachele Fico took it from there, striking out 10, yielding 4 hits.  Top 1st, LSU scorted on Langoni rbi and on illegal pitch.  Top 2nd, Andrews singled in a run. Blades dounleed in 2 runs.  Kierstyn White took the loss.

California 9, Stanford 0.  WP Jolene Henderson, 3 H, 6K.  LP Teagan Gerhart, 12 hits including 5 home runs.  HRs by AQrioto (2), Danielle Henderson, Kostreba and Decker.

 Texas A&M 2, Missouri 1.  No report on Gametracker.

 Arizona State 4, Arizona 2.  WP Dallas Escobedo.  LP Kenzi Fowler.  Game was tied 2-2 after 7 innings.  Top 8th: fist Wildcat batter, Koria, hbp, but was stranded.  B ottom 8th:  Lockwood walked; Caporuscia hit walkoff homer.   Top 1st: UofA scored, Wilson on Spigner rbi.  Top 3rd: Arizona loaded bases, one out; Arriola scored when Spigner hbp.  ASU tied bottom 3rd on Lockwood’s 2-out, 2-run homer.

Kentucky 8, Auburn 4.  WP Chanda Bell, LP Angel Bunner.  Wildcats scored 4 runs in 8th.   Top 8th: Carroll singled; O’Brien doubled, rbi; two out, Jolly singled, rbi; Cervantes singled in two final runs.  Auburn down in order, 2 on Ks.



No single source provides data on all D1 games; Spy draws data from Ultimate College Softball, ESPN/NCAA, softballscoresnow, Gametracker, and reports emailed to Spy by teams. Spy uses the basic UCS structure which over the years has been best organized.


Great West Conference Regular Season Tournament–Farmers Branch, Texas

Nebraska-Omaha 3,  Utah Valley 0

Utah Valley 1,  Nebraska-Omaha 0


Duel at the Dome–Syracuse, N.Y.

Syracuse 8,  Colgate 0


Easton-Alabama Challenge–Tuscaloosa, Ala.

DePaul vs Longwood TBA

Alabama 4, DePaul 3


SpringHill Suites Invitational #2–Boise, Idaho

New Mexico 13, Weber State 5

New Mexico 6,  Seattle 5

Texas-San Antonio 1,  Seattle 6

Texas-San Antonio vs Boise State 5:00 PM


UCR Tournament–Riverside, Calif.

Colorado State 1, Brown 0

Santa Clara vs Brown 11:30 AM

Colorado State 3, Santa Clara 2


Mustang Classic–San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Lipscomb 2, UNLV 1

Ball State 5, UNLV 1

Lipscomb vs Cal Poly 3:00 PM

Ball State vs Cal Poly 5:30 PM


Libby Matson Tournament–Stockton, Calif.

San Diego State 3, Princeton 2

Princeton 2, Saint Mary’s 3

San Diego State 1, Pacific 3


Big 12

Waco, Texas

Oklahoma 2, Baylor 0

Ames, Iowa

Texas 8,  Iowa State 4

Lawrence, Kan.

Oklahoma State 0, Kansas 1 (8). Naudin homer bottom 8th.

College Station, Texas

Missouri lost to  Texas A&M 2-1


Conference USA

Huntington, W.Va.

UAB 3, Marshall 2, DH 8-0



Seattle, Wash.

Utah v1,Washington 5

Tempe, Ariz.

Arizona 2, Arizona State 4

Stanford, Calif.

California 9, Stanford 0



Columbia, S.C.

LSU 5,  South Carolina 0

Starkville, Miss.

Tennessee 8,  Mississippi State 0 (5)

Auburn, Ala.

Kentucky 8, Auburn 4

Oxford, Miss.

Georgia 8, Mississippi 4

Fayetteville, Ark.

Florida 6,  Arkansas 0 



Nacogdoches, Texas

Nicholls State 0,  Stephen F. Austin 2

Conway, Ark.

Sam Houston State vs Central Arkansas 6:00 PM

Natchitoches, La.

McNeese State vs Northwestern State 6:00 PM

Arlington, Texas

Texas A&M-CC 1, Texas-Arlington 0

San Marcos, Texas

Southeastern Louisiana vs Texas State 6:00 PM



Rochester, Mich.

North Dakota State 5, Oakland 1

North Dakota State 6, Oakland 0

Macomb, Ill.

Southern Utah 0, Western Illinois 8

Southern Utah vs Western Illinois 5:00 PM

Vermillion, S.D.

IUPUI  1, South Dakota 2

IUPUI 4, South Dakota 5



Ruston, La.

Utah State 4, Louisiana Tech 0

Reno, Nev.

Fresno State 3, Nevada 0.  Michelle Moses strikes out 10.

Provo, Utah

New Mexico State vs BYU 6:00 PM

Honolulu, Hawai’i

San Jose State vs Hawai’i 6:00 PM



Nebraska 9, Northwestern 6

Delaware state 3, Cornell 1/8-2

Houston Baptisit 8, North Dakota 2

Fordham 9, LaSalle 1

Rhode Island 8, St Louis 3

North Dakotda 2, Houston Baptisit 1

Temple 9, Charlotte 7



Greeley, Colo.

South Dakota State 2 Northern Colorado 3

South Dakota State vs Northern Colorado 5:30 PM

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