3-24-2014 Monday March 24 Games



Oregon 14, Utah 3 (5)
— Ducks broke 1-1 tie with 7 runs top 3rd, adding 6 top 5th.  In 3rd, Cuico grand slam; Ceo  rbi triple, Costa solo; Udria rbi.   In 5th, Cuico and Peterson each hit 2 run double; Costa homer.  Urtez rbi double for Utah. WP Cheridan Hawkins

Arizona 14, Oregon State 1 (5)
— Wildcats racked 13 hits, and put game away with 7 runs bottom 3rd.  Goodacre hit 2 homers, 5 rbi; Wilson 2B and HR, 4 rbi; Fox and Mauga rbi doubles; Rodriguez and Young rbi’s. Wildcats stranded 7.  WP Pinon.  LP Najdek.  Arizona now 28-6.

UCLA 4, Washington 0
— Bruins reasserted their bid to be #1 by taking two of three from the Huskies.Sataraka had 3 hits, including 2-run homer, while Ally Carda pitched a 4-hit shutout, her seventh shutout f the season. UCLA us 28-2/5-1, while UW is 21-7/2-2. Carda is 17-1.  Sataraka has 9 homers.
Arizona State 7, Stanford 5
— Trailing 5-2 into the bottom 7th, Sun Devils scored 5 runs, including 3-run homer by Coyle. WP Escobedo.  LP Schreyer. Cardinal had scured 4 runs in 4th for lead.

Northwest vs Seattle


Washington 10, UCLA 2 (5)
–The No. 5 Huskies sent 14 batters to the plate in the bottom of the 1st inning, and nine of them eventually crossed the plate, propelling the Huskies to a 10-2 win in five innings over the No. 2 UCLA Bruins on Sunday at Husky Softball Stadium.

In handing the second-ranked Bruins (27-2) their second loss of the season, the Huskies (21-6) picked up their fifth win over a ranked opponent this season. The Huskies have also defeated Baylor, Oklahoma, Texas, and Michigan while those respective teams were ranked in the top 25 nationally.

Bryana Walker allowed two runs on just two hits while striking out seven UCLA batters in earning the 5.0 inning complete-game and moving to 13-3 on the season.  It was the 10th complete game of the season for Walker.

After the Bruins took a 2-0 lead in the top of the 1st inning, the Huskies led off the bottom of the inning with back-to-back singles from Victoria Hayward and Jennie McNeill. Hayward and McNeill, as well as the next five batters, all came around to score. Whitney Jones, Kaitlin Inglesby, and McNeill each had run-scoring singles in the inning, while Hooch Fagaly drove in two runners with a single of her own.

Arizona State 16, Stanford 15 (9)


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