3-25-2012 Sunday March 25 D1 Scores

SUNDAY MARCH 25 D1 SCORES

 

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TOP 25 ESPN USA SOFTBALL MARCH 20 POLL

1. Alabama def Longwood  7-2

2. California sweeps Stanford 8-0/4-3

3. Washington 3, Utah 1

4. Florida 5, Arkansas 0

5. Texas def Iowa State 11-2

6. Arizona State def Arizona 7-6

7. Oklahoma lost to Baylor 1-0

8. Louisville-Lafayette def Troy  9-1

9. Stanford lost to California 8-0

10. Missouri lost to Texas A&M 1-0

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

12. Georgia def Mississippi 6-0

13. Arizona lost to  Arizona State 7-6

14. Louisville 2, Pittsburgh 1

15. Oregon vs Oregon State//suspended until Monday, Ducks up 4-0

16. UCLA ??

17. Hawaii ??

18. Baylor def Oklahoma 1-0

19. Texas A&M def Missouri 1-0

20. Michigan def Penn State 6-0

21. Auburn 2, Kentucky  1

22. South Florida 1, Rutgers 0/

23. Florida State def Virginia 3-1

24. Syracuse  ??

25. North Carolina vs Maryland//cancelled

 

 

GAME NOTES

LSU 9, South Carolina 0 (6).  The Tigers, who improved to 23-8 (7-1), vaultged into a first-place tie with Alabama in the SEC Western Division.  WP Rachele Fico tossed a 2-hitter.  Kdatelynn Howser took the loss.  The series sweep began top 1st when Langoni jacked a 2-out solo homer.  Andrews tripled in 3 runs in the 2nd.  Wray drew an rbi walk in the 3rd; Santos belted a 2-run, 2-out homer in the 4th; Santos and Trosclair singled in runs in the 6th.

 Baylor def Oklahoma 1-0.  The Bears  ended the Sooners 17-game winning streak.  Oklahoma, which won the first 2 games of the series, fell to 26-4, while Baylor improved to 22-8.  Har fought: 8 runs in 3 games.  WP Courtney Repka (10-3).  LP Keilani Ricketts (14-4).  Both teams loaded the bases in the th, no score.  The game marked the fifth time in six games that OU strnnded at least seven runners.  Baylor stranded nine.  Baylor scored its only run of the weekend, bottom 5th; Shelton led off the inning with a single; weith 2 out, she stoled 2nd.  Casey’s errant throw to 1st on a grounder, allowed the run to score.

Texas def Iowa State 11-2 (5).  The Longhorns completed a three-game sweep, highlighed by Bruins grand slm and 5 rbi; in the circle, she allowed 2 unearned runs on 4 hits.Craig, 2-2 with a homer and 4 rbi, put the Horns in the lead 4-2  in the 3rd; Thom followed with a homer; with bases loaded, Bruins jacked her grand slam, eight runs for the inning.  Texas is now 26-2, 5-0, while the Cyclones are 9-18, 0-3.

 South Florida 9, Rutgers 0 (5) Saturday.  Sara Nevins hurled a 2-hiter.  Stephanie Medina jacked a grand slam.  Kenshyra jackson had a 2-run shot; USF led 6-0 after two. The Bulls, now 27-5, set a record for the best start in program history.

 Alabama def Longwood 7-2.  WP Leslie Jurey.  LP Ashley Cornell.  Jennifer Fenton who drove in 2 runs was named tournament MVP.  Braud and Branham also drove ikn 2 runs each.

Arizona State 7, Arizona 6.  The Sun Devils swept the three game series, all were closely contested.  WP Hillary Bach.  LP Kenzie Fowler.  Wildcats led 6-0 after four innings, ut were shutout the last three innings as the Sun Devils surged.  Top 2nd: Bryan singled, scored on passed ball; Wilson singled, scored on Del Ponte single off starter Dallas Escobedo.  Arriola opened the Wildcats 4th with a solo shot.  Goodacre was hbp; Koria walked.  Bach relieved Escobedo.  One out,Wilson reached on a fielder’s choice, loading the bases.  Kirker doubled in 3 runs.  6-0/  The Sun Devils started the road back with a run bottom 4th on an rbi single by Keqmp.  Bottom 5th: Johnson and Caporuscio singled, Aubrecht walked, loading the bases.  Steele jacked a grand slam off starter Ashley Babcock; Fowler relieved.  Afusio singled, Haro reached on a fielder’s choice, forcing Ketchum. Freeman singled; Boyd walked on four pitches; Johnson walked, rbi.  Lockwood also drew an rbi walk, ASU 7-6.  Babcock returned.  The 6th and 7th were anti-climatic.

 Tennessee def Mississippi State 8-0 (5).  A 6-run 4th inning propelled the Vols who swept the weekend series  to finish 23-7 (7-4), while MSU dropped to 18-15 (3-10).  WP Ivy Renfroe.  Stephanie Becker took the loss for MSU, which was outscored 26-3. 

Virginia Tech sweeps NC State, 10-2, 4-2, coming from behind in both games.  In the first game, the Hokies got homers from Mericka, Banks (2-runs), McGoldrick.  WP Jasmn Harrell.  The Wolfpack held a 2-1 lead after four innings of the second game; Tech regained the lead on an rbi single by Courtney Liddle.  Harrell picked up the win in relief of Bailey Liddle.

California def Stanford 8-0.  WP Jolenee Henderson, 4H, 9K.  LP Teagan Gerhart, 10H, 3HRs. Game was scoreless until the Bears scored 2 in the 5th. Two on, Arrioto doubled in the first two runs.  Top 6th, Echevarria belted a 2-run homer.  One out in the 7th, Arrioto homered.  Wilson followed with a homer.  Danielle Hender drove in the final run weith a 2-out single.  Cal is 29-1/3-0.  Stanford is 25-6/0-3.

California 4, Stanford 3.  WP Valerie Arioto.  LP Nyree White. S Jolene Henderson. Cal scored 3 runs, top 1st, then added an insurance run in the 5th.  Stanford scored 2 in 6th and one in the 7th.  Top 1st; Reid scored on throwing error, Kostreba belted 2-run homer.  Decker scored the final Cal run on Vonk’s double top 5th.  Bottom 6th: White singled with one out; Hansen reached on an error at 3rd; Rich doubled in 2 runs.  Henderson relieved.  The Cardinal stranded two.  One out, bottom 7th, Miller doubled; Winter struck out; White doubled rbi, to close within 4-3.  Hansen was intentionally walked; Rich popped to 1st, leaving 2 on base.

Auburn 2, Kentucky 1.  The win was on the door step but it slipped away from the Wildcats, aho had a 1-0 lead in the 7th.  WP Angel Bunner; LP Chanda Bell.  Top 1st, Dill scored for UK on Joiner sac fly — and the Wildcatds heqld that lead until bottom 7th.  One out, Harrison walked, scored on Mavromat’s double.  Two out, pinch runner Richards on base, Stephens was hbp.  Guzman was intentionally walked, loading the bases.  Melero was hbp, forcing in tdhe winning run.

 

NATIONAL SCORES

No single source provides all the data in Spy reports.  Spy draws on Ultimate College Softball, ESPN/NCAA, Gametracker and direct reports from teams.  Spy utilizes the organizational structure which over the years has proven most reliable.

 

Great West Conference Regular Season Tournament–Farmers Branch, Texas

Nebraska-Omaha vs North Dakota 10:00 AM

Nebraska-Omaha vs North Dakota 12:00 PM

Utah Valley 1, Houston Baptist 2

Houston Baptist vs Utah Valley

 

Delaware State Tournament–Dover, Del.

Cornell vs Bucknell 12:00 PM//cancelled

Delaware State vs Bucknell 2:00 PM//cancelled

 

Penn Spring Invitational–Philadelphia, Pa.

Army 4, Rider 5

Villanova vs Penn 11:15 AM

Consolation 1:30 PM

Championship 4:30 PM

 

Lehigh Equinox–Bethlehem, Pa.//cancelled

Harvard vs Niagara 10:00 AM

Lehigh  Niagara 12:00 PM

Harvard 0, Lehigh 2
Harvard 1, Lehigh 0

 

Easton-Alabama Challenge–Tuscaloosa, Ala.

DePaul 1, Longwood 4

Alabama 7, Longwood 2

 

SpringHill Suites Invitational #2–Boise, Idaho

Texas-San Antonio vs New Mexico 10:00 AM

New Mexico vs Weber State 12:00 PM

Boise State 7, Weber State 2

 

UCR Tournament–Riverside, Calif.

Colorado State vs Brown 9:00 AM

UC Riverside vs Colorado State 11:30 AM

UC Riverside vs Santa Clara 2:00 PM

 

Mustang Classic–San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Ball State 1, Lipscomb 3

UNLV 4, Cal Poly 1

 

Libby Matson Tournament–Stockton, Calif.

Pacific 1, Saint Mary’s 3

Pacific 7, Saint Mary’s 0

 

ACC

Charlottesville, Va.

Florida State 3, Virginia 1

Raleigh, N.C.

Virginia Tech 10, North Carolina State 2

Chapel Hill, N.C.

Maryland vs North Carolina 1:00 PM//cancelled

 

America East

Baltimore, Md.

Albany 5, UMBC 4

Boston, Mass.

Binghamton 0, Boston 3

Stony Brook, N.Y.

Hartford 0, Stony Brook 10

 

Atlantic 10

Washington, D.C.

Fordham 2, George Washington 1

Fordham 5, George Washington 1

Massachusetts 2, Saint Louis 0

Massachusetts 8, Saint Louis 0

Saint Joseph’s 3, Charlotte 0

Saint Joseph’s 2, Charlotte 1

 

Big 10

Champaign, Ill.

Minnesota 14, Illinois 4

Columbus, Ohio

Indiana 3,  Ohio State 7

Iowa City, Iowa

Wisconsin 5, Iowa 4

Ann Arbor, Mich.

Penn State 0, Michigan 6

West Lafayette, Ind.

Michigan State 0, Purdue 2

 

Big 12

Ames, Iowa

Texas vs Iowa State 12:00 PM

Lawrence, Kan.

Oklahoma State 3, Kansas 1

Waco, Texas

Oklahoma 0, Baylor 1

College Station, Texas

Missouri 0, Texas A&M 1 (8)

 

Big East

South Orange, N.J.

Connecticut vs Seton Hall ??

Washington, D.C.

Notre Dame vs Georgetown 12:00 PM//cancelled

Louisville, Ky.

Pittsburgh 1, Louisville 2

Tampa, Fla.

Rutgers 0, South Florida 1

 

Big South

Clinton, S.C.

Coastal Carolina 11, Presbyterian 2

Boiling Springs, N.C.

Liberty 7, Gardner-Webb 5

Rock Hill, S.C.

Charleston Southern 3, Winthrop 0

 

Colonial

Philadelphia, Pa.

James Madison 0, Drexel 6

James Madison vs Drexel 1:00 PM

Wilmington, N.C.

George Mason 4, UNC-Wilmington 5

Atlanta, Ga.

Hofstra 4, Georgia State 1

Towson, Md.

Delaware 5, Towson 4

 

Conference USA

Greenville, N.C.

UTEP 1, East Carolina 6

Houston, Texas

Memphis 0, Houston 8

Hattiesburg, Miss.

Tulsa 6, Southern Mississippi 3

 

Horizon

Youngstown, Ohio

Butler 1, Youngstown State 4

Dayton, Ohio

Loyola-Chicago 8, Wright State 0

Detroit, Mich.

Valparaiso 9, Detroit 1

Chicago, Ill.

Cleveland State 5, Illinois-Chicago 6

 

Missouri Valley

Terre Haute, Ind.

Northern Iowa 1, Indiana State 5

Evansville, Ind.

Missouri State 1, Evansville 3

Normal, Ill.

Wichita State 1, Illinois State 4

Carbondale, Ill.

Creighton 7, Southern Illinois 6

Des Moines, Iowa

Bradley 0, Drake 1

 

Northeast

Brooklyn, N.Y.

Saint Francis 5, Long Island 4

Saint Francis 2, Long Island 3

Staten Island, N.Y.

Robert Morris 4, Wagner 3

Robert Morris 7, Wagner 8

Hackensack, N.J.

Central Connecticut 2, Fairleigh Dickinson 3

Central Connecticut 2, Fairleigh Dickinson 3

Emmitsburg, Md.

Sacred Heart 1, Mount St. Mary’s 0

Sacred Heart 2, Mount St. Mary’s 0

West Long Branch, N.J.

Quinnipiac 6, Monmouth 5

Quinnipiac 1, Monmouth 4

 

Ohio Valley

Nashville, Tenn.

Tennessee Tech 4, Tennessee State 0

Tennesse State 4, Tennessee Tech 1

Clarksville, Tenn.

Morehead State 3, Austin Peay 7

Jacksonville, Ala.

Eastern Kentucky 1, Jacksonville State 3

Murray, Ky.

Tennessee-Martin 4, Murray State 2

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

SIU-Edwardsville 1, Southeast Missouri 4

 

Pac-12

Tempe, Ariz.

Arizona 6,  Arizona State 7

Stanford, Calif.

California 8, Stanford 0/4-3

Seattle, Wash.

Utah 1, Washington

Corvallis, Ore.

Oregon vs Oregon State suspended until Monday, Ducks up 4-0

 

SEC

Columbia, S.C.

LSU 9, South Carolina 0

Fayetteville, Ark.

Florida 5, Arkansas 0

Auburn, Ala.

Kentucky 1, Auburn 2

Starkville, Miss.

Tennessee 8,Mississippi State 0 (5)

Oxford, Miss.

Georgia 8, Mississippi 0

 

Southern

Elon, N.C.

Samford 4, Elon 3

Boone, N.C.

Chattanooga 16, Appalachian State 4

Cullowhee, N.C.

College of Charleston 7, Western Carolina 0

Greenville, S.C.

UNC-Greensboro 2, Furman 1

 

Summit

Kansas City, Mo.

IPFW 4, UMKC 5

 

Sun Belt

Miami, Fla.

North Texas vs Florida International 12:00 PM

Boca Raton, Fla.

South Alabama 8, Florida Atlantic 3

Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Louisiana-Monroe 8, Middle Tennessee 2

Middle Tennessee 6, Louisiana Monroe 4

Troy, Ala.

Louisiana-Lafayette 9, Troy 1

 

Non-Conference Games

Stony Brook 10, Hartford 0

Utah Valley 2, Houston Baptist 1

Grotgia Southern 9, Kennesaw State 0

New Haven, Conn.

Providence vs Yale 12:30 PM

Providence vs Yale 3:00 PM

Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

St. John’s vs Marist 1:00 PM

Kennesaw, Ga.

Georgia Southern vs Kennesaw State 1:00 PM

Dayton, Ohio

Akron vs Dayton 2:00 PM

Akron vs Dayton 4:00 PM

Davis, Calif.

Cal State Bakersfield vs UC Davis 12:00 PM

Cal State Bakersfield vs UC Davis 2:00 PM

Santa Barbara, Calif.

UCLA vs UC Santa Barbara 1:00 PM

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