3-31-2013 Easter Sunday D1 Softball



NCAA RPI RANKINGS are posted on: www.spysoftball.org




  1. Oklahoma
  2. Arizona State
  3. Florida
  4. California
  5. Tennessee
  6. Missouri
  7. Alabama
  8. Texas
  9. Texas A&M
  10. Oregon
  11. Louisville
  12. LSU’
  13. Michigan
  14. UCLA
  15. Washington
  16. Baylor
  17. Stanford
  18. Tulsa
  19. Nebraska
  20. Kentucky
  21. Arizona
  22. Hawaii
  23. Georgia
  24. Virginia Tech
  25. South Alabama


#3 Florida def Ole Miss 8-0/DH
Game 1: WP Hannah Rogers 4H,6K.  LP Carly Hummel 2HR.  The Gators 10-hit attack began with a game-opening triple by Stewart.  Tofft walked; Haeger struck out but Little reached on a fielder’s choice; Merritt fouled out, Schwarz drew an rbi bases loaded walk; Horton jacked a grand slam, Fuller fanned, 5 runs on 2 hits.  Top 2nd: Damico doubled, Toft 2-run homer.  Top 7th: Little homered; one out, Schwarz and Gammel singled; but were stranded.
Game 2: Florida 8-7.  Gators had 8-0 lead  after 4.5 but Ole Miss rallied for 6 in bottom 5th.
#7 Alabama def #9 Texas A&M 4-1
WP Jackie Traina 2H.  LP Mel Dumezich.Bama scored twice top 3rd; Braud rbi single, Hunt rbi sac fly.  Top 5th: Braud 2-out rbi double. Traina opened the Tide 6th with a solo shot.  Traina yielded 2 hits, the last a solo HR by Dumezich leading the 7th.
#13 Michigan vs Penn State
#19 Nebraska def Illinois 7-1
WP Tatum Edwards 2H.  LP Shelese Arnold. The Lady Huskers scored 3 top 1st; 2 walks and a wild pitch were followed by Thomason’s 2-run double; Fowler reached on an error at short, Thomason scored.  Illinois responded with a run in the bottom on Bauch’s double.  NU added the final runs in the 5th. Bases loaded, the Huskers lost a runner at home on Tatum Edwards’ fielder’s choice to the pitcher, but Decker singled rbi and the final run scored on a wild pitch..  Nebraska 25-7/4-1.  Illinois 11-17/1-5.
OTHER GAMES (reported as scores received)
Binghamton 8, Boston 0 (6)
Colgate 3, Army 2/DH Colgate 7-3
Cornell 8, Brown 5
Delaware 5, Towson 3
Florida State 14, Maryland 9
George Mason 6, UNC Wilmington 5
Holy Cross 10, Lafayette 1/DH Holy Cross 7-6
Michigan State 2, Indiana 1 (8)
Northwestern 4, Minnesota 2
Ohio State 5, Purdue 3 (10)
Pri8nceton 6, Yale 1
Yale 3, {Princeton 2 (8)
Stony Brook 8, UMBC 0

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