D1 COLLEGE MARCH 5 2011
TOP 25 USA SOFTBALL POLL 3/1/2011
1. Alabama def Fordham 3-1; def Oregon 10-0 (5)
2. Georgia vs Indiana; vs James Madison/games cancelled/rain
3. Florida def North Dakota State 18-0 (5); def Pacific 10-2 (6)
4. Arizona def Minnesota 10-1 (5); def Idaho State 5-3
5. Michigan def Arkansas 8-0 (5); def Ball State 8-3
6. Washington def New Mexico 7-4; 11-2
7. Arizona State def Northern Colorado 9-0 (5); def New Mexico State 17-0 (5)
8. Tennessee def Furman 6-4; def Georgia Southern 8-0 (5)
9. UCLA def San Diego State 3-1; def Cal Poly 4-0
10. California def Iowa 6-2; def Murray State 8-0 (5)
11. Oklahoma def Illinois-Chicago 5-3; def Oklahoma State 7-0
12. Texas vs LSU//tourney postponed until Sunday
13. Oregon def ULL 5-2; lost to Alabama 10-0 (5)
14. Stanford def UC Santa Barbara 7-2; def Murray State 14-2 (5)
15. Oklahoma State loses to Auburn 4-3; loses to Oklahoma 7-0
16. Hawaii def South Dakota State 6-0; def Weber State 6-0
17. Missouri def St Louis 12-0 (5)
18. ULL lost to Oregon 5-2; def Temple 18-3
19. Texas Tech def Dayton 11-0; def Howard 10-0
20. Nebraska/no games scheduled
21. LSU vs Texas//postponed until Sunday
22. Texas A&M vs Memphis; vs Mississippi State//cancelled/rain
23. Houston def Fresno State 4-3; vs Long Beach State
24. Kentucky def Southern Illinois 9-5; vs SIU Edwardsville
25. Auburn def UIC 3-2; def Oklahoma State 4-3
By Spy from Gametracker, college web sites
Notre Dame 4, North Carolina 3 (8). Valdivia and Spingola gave up 8 hits each, both were tagged for home runs in a well-contested game to open Saturday play in the Citrus Classic. Game was scoreless until the 5th when Tar Heels Wheeler and Blake hit solo homers. The Irish tied bottom 6th; Johnson singled, Buntin slugged a 2-run homer. Top 8th: ITB runner Mahon scored on McKinney’s two-out single. In the bottom, ITB runner Fleury advanced on Johnson’s sac, scored tying run on Miller single. Buntin singled; runners advanced on wild pitch; Miller scored on Clay’s sac fly.
Auburn 3, Illinois-Chicago 2. Auburn held 2-0 lead from 2nd to bottom 4th when UIC tallied a run on a two-out walk to Hewett and a double by Schmit. Guzman singled, scored on Harrison single in Auburn 6th; Schmit hit a 2-out homer for UIC.
Alabama 3, Fordham 1. The Tide, which lost its first game on Friday, notched a run bottom 1st when Fenton scored on Boccia single. Top 2nd: Labovick walked, scored tying run on passed ball. Scoreless until bottom 7th when Traina singled and Locke homered.
Missouri 12, Saint Louis 0 (5). Tigers banged out 11 hits, including grand slam by Ruggeberg.
Virginia 9, Long Island 4. LIU had a 3-0 lead after 3, thanks to Kakuska’s 2-run double in the 1st, and Mejia scoring on an error in 3rd. Cavaliers scored 9 runs over next 3 innings: rbi’s by Cipolloni and Martinez in 4th; 2 runs in 5th after which Reynolds struck out the side; then 5 runs in the 6th, with an rbi by Giannina Cipolloni, and 2 rbi each for Harris and Erica Cipolloni.
California won both games today behind Jolene Henderson. Jolene’s taller and a different style hurler but the pattern at Cal reminds of the year Jocelyn Forest pitched all the big games, right into the World Series championship over Arizona.
Notre Dame 5, Maryland 3. The Irish took charge early, leading 5-0 after 3, then withstood a late Terps rally. Johnson hit a 2-oukt solo in the Irish 1st. A bases-loaded fielding error which led to 3 runs padded a 4-run Irish 3rd. Bottom 6th: O’Donnell relieved Winter. Maryland loaded the bases, no outs; Branson struck out, and Galindo was out at home on McLaughlin’s fielder’s choice; but Hanafin scored when Beards drew a bases-loaded walk; Kane scored on Maier’s single but McLaughlin was out 4-2-6. 5-2. Kelly relieved O’Donnell to pitch the 7th. With one out, Acosta and Galindo singled; Hanafin K’d but Kane walked to load the bases with the tying runs. Branson walked, rbi. McLaughlin grounded out to short.
Missouri No-No. Junior Kristin Nottelmann threw the second no hitter for the Tigers this week and the Missouri offense exploded for 12 runs on 11 hits to beat Saint Louis 12-0 in five innings. Missouri improves to 9-3 on the season. Nottelmann threw her second career no hitter, as the only base runner she allowed reached on an error to start the game. She went all five innings with six strikeouts to improve to 5-0 on the season. Her ERA is down to 0.97, and the team ERA sits at 1.59. Senior Rhea Taylor broke the school record for most hits in a career, as she went 2-for-3, passing Mary Babb with 263 career hits. Taylor singled in the third to tie it and tripled in the fourth to break it.
Oklahoma 5, UIC 3. The Flames singed the Sooners jerseys but uber catcher Jessica Shults put out the fire with a 3-run blast bottom 6th. UIC notched 3 runs off starter Michelle Gascoigne top 1st; Macias wakjedm DeMarco singled, Hernandez advanced both with a sac bunt; Macias scored on a wild pitch; Marshall belted a 2-run homer. After Schmit opened the 2nd with a single, Allee Allen relieved Gascoigne. Aguilar singled, but both were stranded. Two more Flames were stranded in the 3rd. OU finally broke the string of aughts bottom 4th; bases loaded, Dobbs scored on a wild pitch. Henson scored on Martinez’ single, but Turang was out at home on a fielder’s choice. The Sooners left the bases loaded in the 5th. After Hewett singled in the UIC 6th, Ricketts relieved Allen. Martinez led the OU 6th with a single. With one out, Williams singled. On a 1-0 count, Shults jacked the 3-run shot. UIC did not go quietly. With 2 out, Hernandez singled, and Marsalli walked, but Heeley hit back to Ricketts.
Washington 7, New Mexico 4 (9). Tied 4-all after 7, the Huskies secured the win with 3 runs top 9th. Creger-Zier singled; Pohlman doubled in the run. Salling singled, Pohlman scored on throwing error; Williams reached on an error at 2nd; double steal; Salling scored on Wright groundout. Earlier, Stuart and Ingelsby homered for UW; Castro had a solo shot for New Mexico.
Arizona 5, Idaho State 3. For a brief shining moment, Idaho State led, scoring all its runs top 1st, 3 runs on 4 hits. The Wildcats responded with 4 runs, bottom 2nd. Chambers doubled, scored on Koria single; Arriola singled; with 2 out, Lavine singled, rbi, Lastrapes hit 2-run double. After Babcock struck out the side in the 4th, Buchanan singled, scored the final Wildcat run on Lavine’s double. Fowler came in to pitch the 7th; gave up a single but struck out 2.
Illinois 4, Fordham 1. Illini break 1-1 tie with 3 runs top 6th.
Auburn 4, Oklahoma State 3. The Cowgirls stampeded out of the gate, scoring 3 top1st. Gearhart singled, Morrison doiubled, Gearhart scored on Hamilton fielder’s choice; Morrison scored on a related error; Ward singled; Garcia singled, rbi. But Auburn closed the chute, and scored single runs in each of the first four innings: Estell, Guzman, Cartwright and Stangl.
Tennessee 6, Furman 4. Vols broke 4-4 tie with two runs bottom 6th. After Ellen Renfroe relieved Ivy Renfroe to pitch the 6th, Dotson tripled with two out in the bottom, and Burchell racked a 2-run shot. Furman took the first lead in top 3rd, when Boyer and Legg hit back-to-back doubles. UT responded in the bottom half with 2 runs: Dotson homered, Gibson an rbi double. In the 4th, Ivy Renfroe relieved starter Cat Hosfield. The Vols Dotson hit a 2-run double. 4-1. Furman tiedwith 3 runs top 5th.
ULL 18, Temple 3. Ducks on the pond. Myers had 5 rbi, Orgeron 5 rbi, Bridges 4 rbi. In the 2nd, Myers hit a 3-run, bases-loaded double, Orgeron rbi single. Temple narrowed the gap, briefly, onm Prezioso’s 2-run homer in top 3rd. But, in the bottom, Myers drew a bases-loaded walk; Murphy rbi single, Orgeron jacked a 3-run homer. The Ragin’ Cajuns lit up the board with 7 runs in the 4th. Myers rbi single; Bridges a grand slam; followed by solo shots from Orgeron and Granger. Pujol scored for Temple in the 5th.
Stanford 7, UCSB 2. More contested than the score suggests. Stanford scored in the 4th on Van Zandt’s solo, but taht was akk the scoring until the 7th when the Cardinal scored 6 runs. Hansen led with a triple; Rich doubled; Burns reached on an error, Rich scoring; Gerhart doubled; Becerra walked; Prong rbi; Koutz 2-run double. Taylor belted a 2-run homer in the bottom.
Oklahoma 7, Oklahoma State 0. Strong performance by Keilani Ricketts: 5H, 13Ks. Sooners benefitted from 4 walks by Espinosa. Second loss of the day for the Cowgirls. Top 1st: Williams, Shults singled, Nix hbp; Dobbs rbi walk. Tw out in OU 2nd, Martinez, Turang singled; Williams walked, again loading the bases. Shults doubled in 3 runs. Shults, whose grand slam won the UIC game, jacked a 2-run shot in the 4th.
Alabama 10, Oregon 0. The Tide improved to 19-1 whilr Oregon dropped to 16-4. Kelsi Dunne allowed two hits, striking out 7. Bama scored 3 runs in each of the first three innings.
Texas Tech pitching staff hurled their school-record fourth consecutive shutouts with wins today over Dayton and Howard.
Ultimate College Softball, NFCA, Gametracker, college web sites
Diamond 9 Citrus Classic–Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Tournament Central
Illinois 4, Fordham 1
WP Pepper Gay. LP Jen Mineau
Virginia 3, Illinois State 0 (8)
WP Melanie Mitchell 4H, 11K. LP Taylor Baxter
Notre Dame 4, North Carolina 3 (8)
WP Jody Valdivia. LP Lori Spingola 8 hits each
Illinois State 12, Temple 4 (5)
WP Megan Warner. LP Kristen Marris
Alabama 3, Fordham 1
WP Jackie Traina 4H, 9K. LP Chelsea Plimpton 5H.
Oregon 3, Louisiana-Lafayette 2
WP Jessica Moore. LP Ashley Brignac
Virginia 9, Long Island 4
WP Erica Cipolloni 4H. LP Sarah Reynolds
Maryland 16, Longwood 0 (5)
North Carolina 6, Long Island 5
Illinois 7, Longwood 5
Louisiana-Lafayette 18, Temple 3
WP Christina Hamilton 2-hitter. LP Brooklin White
Notre Dame 5, Maryland 3
WP Laura Winter. LP Kendra Knight. S Shannon Kelly
Alabama 10, Oregon 0
WP Kelsi Dunne 2-hitter
Stevens Industries Tournament–Fort Myers, Fla.
St. John’s 11, Saint Francis 3 (6)
Tennessee-Martin 5, Saint Francis 2
Colgate 2, St. John’s 1
Dartmouth 4, Tennessee-Martin 3
Florida Gulf Coast 4, Colgate 1
Florida Gulf Coast 6, Dartmouth 2
UMBC Retriever Classic–Baltimore, Md.
Princeton 7, Iona 6
Mount St. Mary’s 4, Iona 3
Liberty 8, Princeton 2
UMBC 6, Siena
Patriot Classic–Fairfax, Va.
Rider 4, George Mason 1
Cornell 4, Rider 0
George Mason 2, Cornell 1
Lady Pirate Classic–Hampton, Va.
Rutgers 7, Fairleigh Dickinson 1
Fairleigh Dickinson 8, Marist 6
Fairleigh Dickinson 11, Maryland-Eastern Shore 2
Rutgers 15, Brown 3
Central Connecticut 7, Rutgers 1
Marist 4, Hampton 2
Central Connecticut 7, Brown 2
Rutgers vs Maryland-Eastern Shore 2:00 PM
Maryland-Eastern Shore vs Brown 4:00 PM
Marist 11, Maryland-Eastern Shore 3 (5)
Kickin’ Chicken Classic–Conway, S.C.
Delaware 3, Towson 1
Western Carolina 2, Delaware 0
Coastal Carolina 3, Towson 1
Western Carolina 7, Coastal Carolina 3
Lowcountry Invitational–Charleston, S.C.
South Carolina-Upstate 3, Georgetown 1
WP Morgan Childers (15-0). LP Melissa Conners
Charleston Southern 11, UNC-Wilmington 1
Georgetown 2, UNC Wilmington 1
South Carolina Upstate 5, Charleston Southern 2
WP Morgan Childers 16K. LP Morgan Dowdy
Miken Classic–Boca Raton, Fla.
South Carolina 8, Providence 5
South Carolina 9, Seton Hall 2
Michigan State 9, Providence 0
Harvard 7, Michigan State 2
Stony Brook 4, Harvard 0
Florida Atlantic 1, Stony Brook 0
Courtyard by Marriott Invitational III–Orlando, Fla.
South Alabama 3, Virginia Tech 2
South Alabama 9, Monmouth 2
Virginia Tech 9, Florida A&M 1
Central Florida 11, Monmouth 10
Central Florida 5, Florida A&M 1
Rebel Spring Games–Kissimee, Fla.
Eastern Kentucky 6, South Dakota 2
South Dakota 8, Eastern Kentucky 6
Marshall Invitational–Huntingdon, W.Va.
Presbyterian 2, Buffalo 0
Marshall 10, Buffalo 4
Marshall vs Kent State 1:00 PM/cancelled
Kent State vs Presbyterian/cancelled
Lipton Invitational–Gainesville, Fla.
Valparaiso 4, Gardner-Webb 1
Pacific 7, Valparaiso 1WP Stephanie Brombacher. LP Tamayo
Florida 10, Pacific 2
WP Hannah Rogers. LP Tori Shepard
Syracuse 15, Gardner-Webb 0
Stacy Kuwik 1-hitter
Florida 18, North Dakota State 0 (5)
Stephanie Brombacher 2-hitter. LP Katie Tamayo
Syracuse 3, North Dakota State 0
Jenna Caira 2-hitter 9K
Under Armour Invitational–Clearwater, Fla.
Central Michigan 8, Columbia 0
Radford 4, College of Charleston 1
Saint Joseph’s 5, Wagner 0
Central Michigan 8, Quinnipiac 0
Radford 7, Jacksonville 6
Saint Joseph’s 6, Toledo 5
Loyola Marymount 11, South Florida 4
Arkansas 4, East Tennessee State 2
Florida International 1, Columbia 0
Bethune-Cookman 2, Wagner 1
Ball State 5, Villanova 0
College of Charleston 5, Maine 0
South Florida 9, East Tennessee State 1
Quinnipiac 6, Florida International 1
Jacksonville 2, Villanova 1
Maine 6, Toledo 0
Michigan 8, Arkansas 0
WP Jordan Taylor 12K. LP Layne McGuirt
Western Michigan 4, Loyola Marymount 3
Michigan 8, Ball State 3
WP Jorfan Taylor. LP Workman
Western Michigan vs Bethune-Cookman 8:00 PM
Stetson Invitational–DeLand, Fla.
Binghamton 2, Elon 0
Binghamton 4, Tennessee State 2
Stetson 2, Elon 0
Stetson 3, Tennessee State 0
Big Ten/Mountain West/ACC Tournament–Tallahassee, Fla.
Wisconsin 5, Utah 3
Florida State 7, Wisconsin 1
Utah 5, Florida State 4
Ohio Tournament–Athens, Ohio.//cancelled
Western Illinois vs Cleveland State 10:00 AM
Cleveland State vs Ohio 12:30 PM
Western Illinois vs Ohio 3:00 PM
Comfort Inn and Suites–Morehead, Ky.//rained out/will play Sunday schedule
Bowling Green vs Oakland 11:00 AM
Bowling Green vs Morehead State 1:00 PM
Morehead State vs IUPUI 3:00 PM
Bulldog Invitational–Athens, Ga.//rained out/will play Sunday schedule
Chattanooga vs Campbell 9:00 AM
Campbell vs Indiana 11:00 AM
Chattanooga vs James Madison 1:00 PM
Georgia vs Indiana 3:00 PM
Georgia vs James Madison 5:00 PM
Buzz Classic–Woodstock, Ga.//rained out/will play Sunday Schedule
Boston vs Winthrop 11:00 AM
Massachusetts vs UNC-Greensboro 11:00 AM
Jacksonville State vs Connecticut 11:00 AM
Western Kentucky vs Georgia State 11:00 AM
Evansville vs Rhode Island 11:00 AM
Georgia Tech vs Boston 1:00 PM
Massachusetts vs Kennesaw State 1:00 PM
Niagara vs Alabama State 1:00 PM
Western Kentucky vs Miami 1:00 PM
Georgia State vs Evansville 1:00 PM
Georgia Tech vs Penn State 4:00 PM
UNC-Greensboro vs Connecticut 4:00 PM
Winthrop vs UAB 4:00 PM
Akron vs Mercer 4:00 PM
Austin Peay vs Drexel 4:00 PM
Penn State vs Jacksonville State 6:00 PM
Akron vs Niagara 6:00 PM
UAB vs Drexel 6:00 PM
Mercer vs Miami 6:00 PM
Austin Peay vs Rhode Island 6:00 PM
Tennessee Classic–Knoxville, Tenn.
Louisiana-Monroe 10, Georgia Southern 5
Tennessee 6, Furman 4
WP Ellen Renfroe. LP Lauren Collier
Tennessee 8, Georgia Southern 0
WP Cathleen Hosfield 2-hitter. LP Megen Smith
Tennessee Tech Tournament–Cookeville, Tenn.//rained out/Sunday schedule
Samford vs Belmont 10:00 AM
Tennessee Tech vs Belmont 12:00 PM
Louisville vs Tennessee Tech 3:00 PM
Middle Tennessee vs Samford 5:00 PM
North Carolina State vs Middle Tennessee 7:00 PM
Lady Bison Classic–Nashville, Tenn.//rained out/Sunday schedule
Samford vs Appalachian State 10:00 AM
Eastern Illinois vs Appalachian State 10:00 AM
Lipscomb vs Appalachian State 12:15 PM
Lipscomb vs Eastern Illinois 4:45 PM
Samford vs Butler 4:45 PM
Eastern Illinois vs Butler 7:00 PM
Bulldog Classic–Starkville, Miss.//rained out
Texas A&M vs Memphis 10:00 AM//rained out
Mississippi Valley State vs Memphis 12:00 PM
Mississippi State vs Mississippi Valley State 2:00 PM
Texas A&M vs Mississippi State 4:00 PM
Coach B Classic–Carbondale, Ill.
Purdue 9, Wright State 1
Kentucky 9, Southern Illinois 5
WP Ellen Weaver 10K. LP Danielle Glosson
SIU-Edwardsville vs Purdue 2:00 PM
Southern Illinois vs Wright State 4:00 PM
Kentucky vs SIU-Edwardsville 6:00 PM
All-Missouri Breast Cancer Tournament–Saint Louis, Mo.
Missouri 12, Saint Louis 0 (5)
WP Kristin Nottlemann 1-hitter. LP Hannah Huebbe
St Louis 8, Southeast Missouri 3
Missouri State vs UMKC 3:00 PM
Southeast Missouri vs UMKC 5:00 PM
Purple & Gold Challenge–Baton Rouge, La.//rained out
Hofstra vs Pittsburgh 10:00 AM
LSU vs Texas 12:30 PM
#1 vs #4 3:00 PM
#2 vs #3 5:30 PM
Tulsa Tournament–Tulsa, Okla.
Iowa State 7, North Dakota 6
Tulsa 6, North Dakota 0
Iowa State 3, Drake 2
Drake 10, Ohio State 4
The Preview Featuring Bedlam–Norman & Stillwater, Okla.
Auburn 3, Illinois-Chicago 2
WP Lauren Schmalz LP Ashley Hewett S Angel Bunner
Auburn 4, Oklahoma State 3
Oklahoma 5, Illinois-Chicago 3
WP Keilani Ricketts 2H in relief. LP Devin Miller
Oklahoma 7, Oklahoma State 0
WP Keilani Ricketts. LP Kat Espinosa
Courtyard Classic–Denton, Texas
UTEP 13, Louisiana Tech 9
Mississippi 8, Louisiana Tech 0
Texas-Arlington 4, Wichita State 3 (9)
UTEP 6, Texas-Arlington 1
North Texas 4, Mississippi 3
North Texas 9, Wichita State 0
Red Raider Classic–Lubbock, Texas
Dayton 7, Howard 1
Texas Tech 11, Dayton 0
WP Kelsey Dennis 9K. LP Alysha Isaacson
Texas Tech 10, Howard 0
WP Ashley Brokeshoulder
CSU Tournament–Fort Collins, Colo.
Santa Clara 8, Sacred Heart 6
Sacred Heart 12, Colorado State 9
Northern Illinois 13, Santa Clara 5
Colorado State vs Northern Illinois 3:45 PM
University of Arizona Tournament–Tucson, Ariz.
Idaho State 12, UC Riverside 9
Riverside 4, Utah State 1
Idaho State 10, Utah State 2 (5)
Minnesota 2, Portland State 0
Arizona 10, Minnesota 1
Arizona 5, Idaho State 3
WP Shelby Babcock. LP Kandis Clesson. S Kenzie Fowler
Portland State 8, UC Riverside 6
Wilson/DeMarini Invitational–Tempe, Ariz.
East Carolina 2, Creighton 0
East Carolina 4, Northern Iowa 1
Northern Iowa 5, Creighton 3
Arizona State 9, Northern Colorado 0 (5)
WP Popescue. LP Megan Wilkinson
Arizona State 17, New Mexico State 0 (5)
WP Dallas Escobedo. LP Alex Newman
New Mexico State vs Northern Colorado 7:30 PM
Eller Media Stadium Classic–Las Vegas, Nevada
Bradley 3, San Jose State 1
San Diego 15, Bradley 8
UNLV 7, Bradley 1
UNLV 10, Kansas 1
San Jose State 5, San Diego 0
Kansas 7, Troy 0
San Jose State vs Troy 8:15 PM
Boise State SpringHill Suites Invitational–Boise, Idaho
Southern Utah 12, Seattle 10
Boise State 14, Seattle 1 (5)
Boise State 2, Southern Utah 0
Campbell/Cartier Classic–San Diego, Calif.
Houston 4, Fresno State 3
WP Amanda Crabtree. LP Michelle Moses
BYU 5, Cal Poly 0
Long Beach State 6, Fresno State 5
Long Beach State 7, Baylor 1
WP Erin Wesley-Jones No Hitter LP Courtney Repka
UCLA 3, San Diego State 1
WP Jessica Hall LP Samantha Beasley
UCLA 4, Cal Poly 0
WP Jessica Hall 2-hitter. LP Anna Cahn
DeMarini Invitational–Fullerton, Calif.
California 6, Iowa 2
WP Jolene Henderson. LP Kayla Massey
IPFW 6, UC-Santa Barbara 2
California 8, Murray State 0 (6)
WP Jolene Henderson. LP Shelby Kosmecki
Stanford 7, UC-Santa Barbara 2
WP Teagan Gerhart 5H, 10K. LP Andriana Collins
Oregon State 1, Southern Mississippi 0
IPFW 4, Iowa 0
Stanford 14, Murray State 2 (5)
WP Ashley Chinn. LP Chelsey Sullivan
Hansen Van Zandt and Pura hit home runs, 7 runs
Northwestern 15, CS Northridge 2
CS Fullerton 5, Southern Mississippi 1
Northwestern 3, Oregon State 2
Wolf Pack Classic–Reno, Nev.
DePaul 8, Boston College 0 (5)
DePaul 3, Nevada 2
Boston College 11, Nevada 4
Hawai’i Invitational Tournament–Honolulu, Hawai’i
South Dakota State 1, St. Bonaventure 0
Weber State 7, St. Bonaventure 2
Hawai’i def South Dakota State 6-0
Hawai’i def Weber State 6-0
Texas A&M-CC 16, Southeastern Louisiana 0 (5)
Texas A&M CC 11, Southeastern Louisiana 3 (6)
Sam Houston State vs Nicholls State 1:00 PM Thibodeaux, La//rained out/DH Sunday.
Sam Houston State vs Nicholls State 3:00 PM Thibodeaux, La.
Central Arkansas vs McNeese State 1:00 PM Lake Charles, La.
Central Arkansas vs McNeese State 3:00 PM Lake Charles, La.
Texas State 2, Stephen F. Austin 1
Texas State 7, Stephen F. Austin 5
Texas-San Antonio swept Northwestern State 4-0, 2-1
Savannah State at Clark-Atlanta Classic TBA Atlanta, Ga//rained out.
Alcorn State vs Belhaven Classic TBA Ridgeland, Miss.
Grambling State at Belhaven Classic TBA Ridgeland, Miss.
George Washington 6, Army 5
George Washington 6, Army 2
Texas Southern vs Houston Baptist 1:00 PM Houston, Texas//DH rescheduled March 22
Delaware State 5, Norfolk State 0
Norfolk State 2, Delaware State 1
UC Davis swept Utah Valley 6-0, 1-0
Washington 7, New Mexico 4
WP Kaitlin Ingelsby 1-hitter. LP Kaela DeBroeck
Washington 11, New Mexico 2
WP Bryana Walker. LP Kari Gutierrez. S Kaitlin Ingelsby
Dutch National Team 4, Louisiana-Monroe 3