3-31-10 D1 College Games


NOTE: NCAA individual and team statistics are published on www.spysoftball.org
: this game day report will be updated from 3pm to midnight


2. Arizona
3. Michigan 
4. Missouri def St Louis 8-0; 9-0
6. Alabama
7. Georgia Tech 
8. Georgia  def Kennesaw State
 8-39. Florida def UCF 4-3 in 9th
10. Arizona State
11. Stanford
12. LSU def McNeese State 7-2
13. Oklahoma
14. California  
15. Oklahoma State
16. Florida State
17. Texas def Texas State 8-0 (6) 
18. Texas A&M lost to Baylor 3-2 (10)
19. Tennessee def Middle Tennessee 9-1
20. Illinois 5, Indiana State 1
21. Oregon
22. North Carolina lost game one to Campbell 6-1,  won second game 5-2 
23. Ohio State  sweeps Iowa 9-4, 9-3
24. Baylor def Texas A&M 3-2 (10) 
25. BYU

SPY adapts the basic schedule compiled by Unlimited College Softball, adding data from Gametracker, UCS, NFCA, college web sites and emails to SPY.  Numerals in red are UCS rankings.

Big 12

Baylor 3, #20 Texas A&M 2 (10)
WP Courtney Repka. 3H, 11K.  LP Rebecca Arbino in relief.
TAMU scored twice in top 3rd on Megan May 2-run HR and led until Baylor tied bottom 7th on Nieten 2-run double. Both teams stranded runner in 8th, and Baylor left Walker at 3rd in 9th.  In  10th, Aggies sacrificed ITB runner Orsak to 3rd, one out, but could not score.  In bottom, ITB runner Leal advanced on Shelton groundout; Freeland flied out to left; Leal scored on wild pitch. 

Big South

Coastal Carolina 3, Charleston Southern 0
Charleston Southern vs Coastal Carolina 6:00 PM Conway, S.C.

Presbyterian vs Winthrop 5:00 PM Rock Hill, S.C.
Presbyterian vs Winthrop 7:00 PM Rock Hill, S.C.

Missouri Valley

Southern Illinois vs Evansville 5:00 PM Evansville, Ind.

Ohio Valley

Eastern Illinois vs Southeast Missouri 4:00 PM Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Eastern Illinois vs Southeast Missouri 6:00 PM Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Arkansas-Pine Bluff 5, Alabama A&M 3


Lafayette vs Stony Brook 1:00 PM Stony Brook, N.Y./DH rained ou

Norfolk State 15, Maryland-Eastern Shore 4 (5)
Norfolk State 8, Maryland-Eastern Shore 0 (5)

Seton Hall 8, Sacred Heart 4
Seton Hall 5, Sacred Heart 1
Schillizzi walk-off grand slam

Binghamton 7, Siena 6
Binghamton 2, Siena 1

Morehead State 7, Bellarmine 5
Morehead State 4, Bellarmine 1

Oakland 4, Central Michigan 2
Central Michigan 5, Oakland 3

Wisconsin-Green Bay 12, Wisconsin 11
Wisconsin 13,  Wisconsin-Green Bay 4 (6)

Yale vs Fairfield 2:30 PM Fairfield, Conn.

Yale vs Fairfield 4:30 PM Fairfield, Conn.

Saint Joseph’s vs Delaware 2:30 PM Newark, Del.

Elon vs North Carolina A&T 2:30 PM Greensboro, N.C.

Elon vs North Carolina A&T 4:30 PM Greensboro, N.C.

Hartford vs Holy Cross 3:00 PM Worcester, Mass.

Hartford vs Holy Cross 5:00 PM Worcester, Mass.

Brown vs Rhode Island 3:00 PM Kingston, R.I.

Brown vs Rhode Island 5:00 PM Kingston, R.I.

Albany vs Bryant 3:00 PM Smithfield, R.I.

Albany vs Bryant 5:00 PM Smithfield, R.I.

Saint Peter’s vs Monmouth 3:00 PM West Long Beach, N.J.

Saint Peter’s vs Monmouth 5:00 PM West Long Beach, N.J.

Bucknell vs Drexel 3:00 PM Philadelphia, Pa.

Bucknell vs Drexel 5:00 PM Philadelphia, Pa.

La Salle vs Penn 3:00 PM Philadelphia, Pa.

La Salle vs Penn 5:00 PM Philadelphia, Pa.

Princeton vs Lehigh 3:00 PM Bethlehem, Pa.

Princeton vs Lehigh 5:00 PM Bethlehem, Pa.

Youngstown State vs Robert Morris 3:00 PM Moon Township, Pa.

Youngstown State vs Robert Morris 5:00 PM Moon Township, Pa.

Radford vs Longwood 3:00 PM Farmville, Va.

Radford vs Longwood 5:00 PM Farmville, Va.

Furman 5, Gardner-Webb 1
Furman 9, Gardner-Webb 8

Penn State vs Kent State 3:00 PM Kent, Ohio

Penn State vs Kent State 5:00 PM Kent, Ohio

Buffalo vs Cleveland State 3:00 PM Cleveland, Ohio

Buffalo vs Cleveland State 5:00 PM Cleveland, Ohio

Detroit vs Eastern Michigan 3:00 PM Ypsilanti, Mich.

Detroit vs Eastern Michigan 5:00 PM Ypsilanti, Mich.

Purdue 2, IUPUI 0
IUPUI vs Purdue 5:00 PM West Lafayette, Ind.

Valparaiso 9, Northern Illinois 0
Valparaiso 14, Northern Illinois 2

Prairie View, Texas vs Houston Baptist 2:00 PM Houston, Texas

Prairie View, Texas vs Houston Baptist 4:00 PM Houston, Texas

Great Falls vs Idaho State 12:00 PM Pocatello, Idaho

Great Falls vs Idaho State 2:00 PM Pocatello, Idaho

Army vs Fairleigh Dickinson 3:30 PM Teaneck, N.J.

Army vs Fairleigh Dickinson 5:30 PM Teaneck, N.J.

Boston vs Boston College 4:00 PM Chestnut Hill, Mass.

Central Connecticut vs Connecticut 4:00 PM Storrs, Conn.

Fordham 3, St. John’s 0
St. John’s vs #26 Fordham 6:00 PM Bronx, N.Y.

Georgetown 4, George Mason 0
Georgetown vs George Mason 6:00 PM Fairfax, Va.

Campbell 6, #25 North Carolina 4
WP Brittany Arnn 4H.  LP Amber Johnson
Tar Heels raced out to lead bottom 1st on Wheeler’s 3-run HR.  Campbell tied top 3rd; lost two runners on fielder’s choice plays at home, but scored three runs and knocked Spaulding out of circle.  UNC broke tie in bottom; Wheeler’s second HR, solo.  Campbell scored in 4th on Webb double, in 5th on Arnn double; and in 6th on Arnn’s bases-loaded walk.  Each team had 6 hits and 2 errors.
#25 North Carolina 5, Campbell 2
The Camels outhit the Tar Heels, 13-7, and started this game with two runs top 1st.  Forgacs, McGee, Stephan and Miller singled. Over the next 6 innings, Campbell would strand 10 runners.  In the bottom 1st, Manko doubled, scored on wild pitch. UNC tied on Blake’s HR in 5th.  McKinney opened the Tar Heel 6th with a tie-breaking homer. Roberts reached on error, rbi, and Manko reached on an error, rbi, to close out the scoring. 

East Tennessee State vs Appalachian State 4:00 PM Boone, N.C.

East Tennessee State vs Appalachian State 6:00 PM Boone, N.C.

Wright State 8, Dayton 1
Dayton vs Wright State 6:00 PM Dayton, Ohio

Alcorn State vs Mississippi 3:00 PM Oxford, Miss.

Alcorn State vs Mississippi 5:00 PM Oxford, Miss.

#5 Missouri 8, St Louis 0 (5)
WP Kristin Nottelmann 2-hitter
#5 Missouri 9, St Louis 0 (5)
WP Lindsey Muller. 2-hitter
Tigers scored 17 runs on 20 hits in the two games.  Muller grand slam in second game.

Pacific 9, Boise State 1
Boise State 4,  Pacific 2

#16 Georgia def Kennesaw State 8-3
WP Alison Owen in relief.   LP Jessica Cross.   Schlopy HR in 1st.   Kulk two HRs for Kennesaw State.

Chattanooga vs Georgia State 5:00 PM Atlanta, Ga.

#33 Ohio State sweeps Ohio 9-4, 9-3

Southern Mississipi 6, Jackson State 4
Jackson State vs Southern Mississippi 6:00 PM Hattiesburg, Miss.

Loyola-Chicago 4, Bradley 2
Mississippi State 4, Southern 1

#17 Illinois 5, Indiana State 1

Iowa State 7,  Iowa 3
LSU 7, McNeese State 2
WP Kirsten Shortridge in relief.  Santos 3-run homer.  LSU 24-game winning streak

Chattanooga vs Georgia State 5:00 PM Atlanta, Ga.

Chattanooga vs Georgia State 7:00 PM Atlanta, Ga.

Tulsa 13, Arkansas 2
Arkansas 3, Tulsa 1

Tennessee 9, Middle Tennesee 1 (5)
WP Ivy Renfro.   4H.  LP Lindsey Vander Lugt
A 12-hit attack, a 5-run 2nd inning had the Vols in charge all the way.  In bottom 2nd, Spigner singled, Burchell walked, Webb doubled with one out, rbi, Chavanne singled with two out, 2 rbi; Grieve rbi single.  Dortch homered for Middle Tennessee top 3rd.  Vols answered with three in bottom; aftder Spigner doubled, Judson relieved; Gibson hit 2-run homer.  Grieve rbi single.  Spigner closed out scoring, solo HR bottom 4th.

Auburn 3, Troy 1
Illinois State 6, Western Illinois 0
Illinois State 9, Western Illinois 2
Louisiana Tech 4, Centenary 1
San Diego State 2, CS Fullerton 1
Virginia 5, James Madison 4
Texas 8, Texas State 0 (6)
WP Blaire Luna 2-hitter.  LP Chandler Hall
Longhorns scored two bottom 1st, Hoagland and Bennett.  Feigh doubled, scored Craig sac fly in 2nd. Hooks singled, scored on Johnson double in 3rd; Craig belted 2-run HR in 4th; Craig notched the mercy rule with another 2-run homer in the 6th.
Florida 4, UCF 3 (9)
WP Ensley Gammel in relief.  LP Ashleigh Cole 
Tight: game ended with Gammel striking out last two batters in 9th, leaving runners on 2nd and 3rd.  A scoreless game until bottom 5th when UCF scored  on singles by Perez, Bullard and Land (rbi).  Brooks homer tied in 6th.  After Palafox singled, Lane doubled, Menendez tripled 2 runs in bottom half, Gammel relieved Brombacher.  Florida scored twice in 7th, Enea rbi double.  Top 9th, two out, Schutte homered, Gators first lead, 4-3.  In bottom, McClain walked, but was forced at 2nd by Land; Barrow reached on error at 3rd.  Gammel struck out Palafox and Lane.

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