4-10-2011 April 10 D1 Games

APRIL 10 2011 D1 GAMES  

NCAA hitting, pitching and team stats are on www.spysoftball.org
NCAA April 5 report on RPI is on www.spysoftball.com   

D1 TOP 25  

USA Softball Poll April 5 2011  

1.  Alabama swept by  LSU  2-0 

2.  Georgia def Kentucky  9-1 (6) 

3.  Arizona State lost to Oregon  2-1

4.  Michigan def Purdue  10-0 (5)

5.  Arizona def  Oregon State 6-3 (Saturday second game)

6.  Washington def California  9-1 (6) 

7.  Texas def Nebraska 4-3 (8)  

8.  Tennessee  def Mississippi  9-0 (5)

9.  California lost to Washington  9-1 (6)

10.  UCLA lost to Stanford  5-1

11.  Florida def Arkansas  8-0

12.  Missouri def Texas A&M  3-0 

13.  Nebraska lost to Texas 4-3 (8)  

14.  Stanford def UCLA  5-1

15.  Oklahoma loses to  Baylor 5-2  

16.  Oregon def Arizona State  2-1 

17.  Baylor def Oklahoma 5-2  

18.  Kentucky lost to Georgia  9-1 (6)

19.  ULL def South Alabama  10-2 (5) 

20.  Texas A&M lost to Missouri  3-0

21.  Oklahoma State def Kansas 4-3  

22.  Auburn def Mississippi State  5-4 

23.  Georgia Tech swept Virginia Tech 8-5 (9), 11-3 (6)  

24.  Texas Tech def Iowa State  16-5

25.  Fresno State  

 GAME NOTES:
By Spy, using Gametracker, UCS, college web sites, NFCA
Notre Dame 9,  Syracuse 2.  Syracuse scored on solo HRs by Watts and Kohl.  The Irish countered with home runs by J0ohnson. Fleury, Miller and Buntin. 

 LSU 2, Alabama 0.  Tigers won all three games.  Today, they won a no-hitter, behind Mack striking out 9.  After striking out the side in the 4th, LSU scored its 2 runs.  One out, Langoni reached on an error by the 2nd baseman; Wray was hbp; Houston was hit by a pitch; Pizer drew an rbi walk.  Kelsi Dunne relieved Traina.  Pinch hitter Russell grounded out to 1st, Santos scored.  The Tide’s best inning was the 1st.  Braud started the game with a single, the first of just 2 hits for Bama, but was caught stealing.  Fenton reached on an error and went to 3rd on a thmrowing error by the LSU catcher, after Larsen struck out.  Locke and Boccia walked, bases loaded.  Hunt struck out. Fenton singled in the Bama 6th; stranded.  Hunt walked in the Bama 7th; stranded.  Until the scoring in the 4th, LSU was also frustrated at the plate.  Hayward walked in the 1st’ stranded.  Houston was hbp in the 2nd, went to 2nd on a passed ball, and remained there.  Houston walked in the 6th; no advance.  Traina and Dunne had 3 Ks each, but Traina hit 4 batters, which proved their undoing.
 
  Baylor 5, Oklahoma 2.  The Sooners, who lost the series finale, took a 2-1 lead after five — on a solo shot by Williams, and Jones scoring on a 2-out single by Nix.  The Bears scored 4 runs top 6th to win.  Neither team could moiunt an offense in the first three innings, when OU racked 4 of its 8 hits.  Baylor had scored in the 4th; Turk doubled, went to 3rd on a sac bunt, and scored on a fielder’s choice by Holl.  Baylor 6th: Shelton singled, stole 2nd, Walker singled, a pass to Leal loaded the bases.  One out, Freeland drove in Shelton with the tying run.  Hosack struck out but reached on a passed ball.  Kettler and Wilson stroked singles to build the 5-2 lead.  Ricketts struck out 11, Canion 7.  Oklahoma 32-11/5-3.  Baylor 31-7/5-3.
 
Texas 4, Nebraska 3 (8).  The Longhorns came from behind to tie in the 7th, and won in the 8th when Hooks, whose homer won the previous game, stole home on a botched steal attempt.  Texas now has an 18-game winning streak, and is 34-3/7-0, while Nebraska is 30-6/3-3.  The Texas 8th began with Hooks’ double; Taylor drew a walk; Ogle was hmbp to load the bases.  Feight botched the one-out squeeze attempt, but Hooks kept coming and scored.  Blaire Luna retired the Huskers in order.  Luna got the win in relief of Rachel Fox, who yielded the 3 Husker runs.  Ashley Hagemann took the loss.    Texas was trailing by 2 to start the 7th.  Ogle led off with a single; Hoagland tied the game with a home run.  Nebraska had led 2-0 on back-to-back homers by Edwards and Thomason in the 3rd.  Brechtel doubled and scored on an error.  Bennett scored the first Texas run on a single by Schmidt in the 4th.
 
Missouri 3, Texas A&M 0.  Missouri extended the longest hone winning streak in D1 to 30 games, while improving to 32-5/7-1.  Thomas (17-3) pitched her eighth shutout.  Taylor reached on a bunt single in the 4th, advancing on an error by Sisk.  She scored on Fleming’s grounder.  Taylor hit a 2-out single in the 5th after Vonk walked.  Marston hit an rbi double.  Missouri 6th: Hudson walked with on out; Sykes singled; Krebs singled rbi.

 Georgia Tech sweeps Virginia Tech 8-5 (9), 11-3.  First game: Resumption of Saturday’s game, halted in the 3rd, Hokies up 1-0.  Yellow Jackets scored 3 in 5th off Kenzi Roark, including a 2-run homer. With Georgia Tech up 4-1, the Hokies rallied.  Liddle drew a walk; and pinch runner Compton scored on Rose’s double.  Rose advanced on an illegal pitch, and scored on Ward’s double, 4-3.  Froelich’s triple tied the score.  Hvozdovic’s single gave the Hokies a 5-4 lead.  Two out in the 7th, the Yellow Jackets tied on Rudnik’s home run.  A 2-run homer by Sinclair in the 9th, plus an insurance run, created the final 8-5 score.  Jasmin Harrell took the loss.  Second game.  Liddle jacked a 2-run homer  in the 1st, and, after a Georgia Tech home run, Liddle boosted the lead with an rbi single in the 3rd — the only 2 hits the Hokies made.  Georgia Tech loaded the bases in the 4th, and tied the game on Bear’s 2-out, 2-run single. The Yellow Jackets racked 4 runs in the 5th, and Priebe’s grand slam in the 6th earned the 11-3 win.  Nine of Georgia Tech’s 11 hits in the second game came with 2 outs.

  Stanford 5, UCLA 1.  The Cardinal held the Bruins scorless until bottom7th when Murray scored on Schroeder’s single, the Bruins leaving two.  Stanford, which won 2 of 3 games against UCLA, scored in trhe 1st; Hassman opened the game with a single; with 2 out, Hassman scored on Miller’s single.  Cardinal 2nd: Prong walked but was forced at 2nd by Rich; Van Zandt sacrificed; Gerhart was hbp, and UCLA relieved Kerr with Aleah Macon.  Hassman flied out.  Stanford 4th: one out, Rich homered.  Cardinal stranded two.  Edwards scored with 2 out in the 5th on Prong’s single.  Koutz reached on a fielding error at 3rd to start the 6th; Gerhart doubled; Hassman reached on a fielder’s choice,loading the bases.  Koutz was out at home on a fielder’s choice; Hansen singled, rbi.  A second run scored for the 5-0 lead.  Stanford 28-8/2-4,  UCLA 28-7/4-2.

   

SCOREBOARDS
Ultimate College Softball, Gametracker, softballscoresnow, NFCA, college webs 
 

ACC  

North Carolina 6, North Carolina State 0 

Florida State 6, Virginia 1  

Maryland 4, Boston College 3 (10)  

Georgia Tech swept Virginia Tech 8-5 (9), 11-3  
WPs Lindsey Anderson  Kristen Adkins

America East  

Stony Brook 9,  Maine 5  

Boston 5, UMBC 3  

Binghamton 4, Albany 3  

Atlantic 10  

Massachusetts 1, St. Bonaventure 0
WP Sara lourde No Hitter 15K.  LP Diana Phelon  

Massachusetts 7, St. Bonaventure 1
WP Sara Plourde  LP Jen Sansano  

Fordham swept La Salle 8-0 (5), 10-1 (5)   

Charlotte vs Temple 12:00 PM Ambler, Pa.//DH rained out  

Big 10  

Northwestern vs Wisconsin 12:00 PM Madison, Wis  

Indiana 1,  Penn State 0/WP Morgan Melloh  

Illinois 13,  Ohio State 4  

Michigan 10, Purdue 0 (5)
WP Stephanie Speierman  LP Suzie Rzegowski 

Iowa 9, Michigan State 0  

Big 12  

Missouri 3, Texas A&M 0
WP Chelsea Thomas 4H,9K.  LP Lindsey Sisk  

Texas Tech 16,  Iowa State 5
WP Brittany Talley.  LP Rachel Zabriskie  

 Baylor 5,  Oklahoma 2
WP Whitney Canion.  LP Keilani Ricketts 
 

Texas 4,  Nebraska 3 (8)
WP Blaire Luna.  LP Ashley Hagemann  

Oklahoma State 4,  Kansas 3
WP Sarah Odom.  LP Kristin Martinez  

Big East  

Notre Dame 9, Syracuse 2
   
WP Laura Winter 9K.  LP Stacy Kuwik
DH Notre Dame 7,  Syracuse 4
WP Jody Valdivida.  LP Jenna Caira  

DePaul 12, Villanova 2 (5)
   WP Kristen Verdun. LP Caitlyn Delahaba  
 

Providence 9,  St. John’s 2  

Rutgers 4, Seton Hall 1  

South Florida 8, Georgetown 1  

 Louisville 10,  Pittsburgh 3  

Big South  

Radford 2, Presbyterian 0  

Coastal Carolina 8, Winthrop 0 (6) 

Big West  

UC Santa Barbara 5, Cal Poly 2 

Long Beach State 6,   CS-Northridge 2

CS-Fullerton 4, UC Riverside 2  

 Pacific 6, UC Davis 0  

Colonial  

Delaware 5, James Madison 4 

Georgia State 13, Drexel 1 (6)  

George Mason 6, Hofstra 2  

UNC-Wilmington 1,   Towson 0

Conference USA  

East Carolina 1, Central Florida 0  

Memphis 7,  Marshall 4  

Memphis vs Marshall//cancelled  

Tulsa 8, Southern Mississippi 5  

Houston 15, UTEP 0 (5)  

Horizon  

Wright State 5, Wisconsin-Green Bay 2   

Wright State 8, Wisconsin-Green Bay 1  

Butler 2, Cleveland State 1 (16)  

Loyola 8, Valparaiso 0 (5)  

Youngstown State 7, Illinois-Chicago 3  

Mid-American  

Kent State 8, Northern Illinois 7  

Ohio 3, Akron 2 (8)  

Ohio 6, Akron 3 

Ball State 1,  Miami 0  

Metro Atlantic  

Marist swept Iona 2-1 (8), 13-5 (5) 

Canisius 8, Manhattan 0 (6)  

Manhattan 5, Canisius 3  

Niagara swept Saint Peter’s 10-3 (5), 18-0 (5) 

Siena swept Rider 2-1, 9-3 

MEAC  

Coppin State 5, Howard 1 

Howard 3, Coppin State 1 

Delaware State vs Maryland-Eastern Shore 12:00 PM Princess Anne, Md.  

Morgan State 8,  Hampton State 0  

Bethune-Cookman 10, South Carolina State 0 

Norfolk State vs Florida A&M 12:00 PM Tallahassee, Fla.//cancelled  

Missouri Valley  

Evansville 14, Indiana State 4  

Southern Illinois 11, Bradley 3 (6) 

Northern Iowa 1, Illinois State 0  

Creighton 4, Missouri State 3  

 Drake 6, Wichita State 0  

Mountain West  

San Diego State 17,  Colorado State 2 (5)  

New Mexico 2, UNLV 1  

Northeast  

Quinnipiac swept  Bryant 4-2, 6-3  

Robert Morris 5,  Central Connecticut 0  

Central Connecticut 4,   Robert Morris 2

Wagner swept Mount St. Mary’s 4-2, 2-0  

Sacred Heart 5,  Fairleigh Dickinson 2 

Fairleigh Dickinson 5, Sacred Heart 0

Saint Francis 2,  Monmouth 1  

Monmouth 6,  Saint Francis 1

Ohio Valley  

Eastern Illinois swept Eastern Kentucky 3-2, 7-1  

Southeast Missouri 10,  Tennessee State 0 (5)  

Murray State 14, Austin Peay 3 (5)  

SIU-Edwardsville 6,   Tennessee Tech 5

Tennessee-Martin 6,   Morehead State 2

Pac-10  

Oregon 2,  Arizona State 1 
WP Jessica Moore   L Popescue 

 Arizona 6, Oregon State 3
WP Shelby Babcock  LP Tina Andreana

Stanford 5, UCLA 1
WP Teagan Gerhart. 5H, 7K.  LP Donna Kerr  

 Washington 9, California 1 (6)
WP Kaitlin Ingelsby  LP  Arianna Erceg  

Pacific Coast  

Northern Colorado swept Idaho State 9-5, 8-4  

Portland State 10, Utah Valley 0 (5)  

Utah Valley 2,  Portland State 0  

Loyola Marymount 5, Saint Mary’s 0 

Saint Mary’s 3, Loyola Marymount 1  

San Diego swept  Sacramento State 5-4, 8-0 )5) 

Santa Clara 3, CS Bakersfield 0  

CS Bakersfield 10,   Santa Clara 7

Weber State 3,  Seattle 2  

Seattle 5, Weber State 3  

Patriot  

Army 3,  Holy Cross 2 (11)  

Holy Cross 13, Army 4 (6)  

Lehigh swept Lafayette 1-0, 10-0 (5)  

Colgate swept Bucknell 9-0 (6), 5-4  

SEC  

Florida 8, Arkansas 0
WP Hannah Rogers  LP Layne McGuirt  

Georgia 9, Kentucky 1 (6)
WP Sarah McCloud.  LP Rachel Riley  

Auburn 5,  Mississippi State 4
WP Jenee Loree.  LP Kylie Vry  

LSU 2, Alabama 0
WP Brittany Mack.  LP Jackie Traina  

Tennessee 9, Mississippi 0 (5)
WP Cathleen Hosfield.  LP Kendall Bruning  

Southern  

Elon 3, Georgia Southern 2  

College of Charleston 7,  Furman 3 

Appalachian State 12, Western Carolina 0 (5)  

Chattannoga 8, UNC-Greensboro 0 (5) 

Southland  

Southeastern Louisiana 4,   Texas-San Antonio 1

Stephen F. Austin 5, Texas A&M-CC 3 (10)  

Texas State 7, Central Arkansas 1  

McNeese State 5, Sam Houston State 1 

Northwestern State 3, Texas-Arlington 1  

Summit  

Fort Wayne, Ind.  

Western Illinois 6, IPFW 3 

Shreveport, La.  

UMKC 11, Centenary 2 (5) 

Sun Belt  

Florida Atlantic 5, North Texas 4  

Troy 9, Western Kentucky 0 (5)  

 Louisiana-Lafayette 10, South Alabama 2 (5)
WP Ashley Brignac.  LP Hannah Campbell  

Louisiana-Monroe 1,  Florida International 0

  

NON-CONFERENCE GAMES  

Yale swept Rhode Island 4-3 (8), 12-11
North Carolina A&T vs North Carolina Central 12:00 PM Durham, N.C.//cancelled rain  

Longwood swept Charleston Southern 7-5, 3-1 

Fairfield swept Hartford 7-2, 8-0 (5)  

Savannah State swept Shaw 10-0, 12-4  

 

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