FRIDAY APRIL 13 D1 SCOREBOARD
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TOP 25 ESPN USA Softball poll APRIL 10
1. California 2, Arizona 0
2. Alabama def South Carolina 9-1 (5)
3. Arizona State
4. Florida def Auburn 3-2
5. Texas def Kansas 12-3, 7-5
6. Oklahoma def Texas A&M 6-1
8. Washington upset by UCLA 7-5
9. Missouri upset by Texas Tech 2-0
10. Tennessee def LSU 2-0
11. Georgia upset by Kentucky 4-1
13. Arizona 0, California 2
14. Texas A&M lost to Oklahoma Oklahoma 6-1
15. Oregon def Utah 9-0
16. South Florida
17. UCLA def Washington 7-5
18. Stanford def Oregon State 8-4
19. Hawaii vs Louisiana Tech
21. LSU def by Tennessee 2-0
22. Florida State
23. Oregon State def by Stanford 8-4
24. North Carolina
Tennessee 2, LSU 0. WP Ellen Renfroe 3H. LP Rachele Fico 6H. Closely cimpeted between 2 DEC contenders. Vols Shipman led off 2nf with a home run. Chavanne4, Dotson singled to open the UT 5th; both advanced on Gibson’s fly; Shipman walked on four pitches to load the bases, one out. Tarango struck out, but Burchell drew an rbi walk. Brown popped to short, stranding three. Renfroe notched her NCAA-leading 14th shutout.
California 2, Arizona 0. WP Jolene Henderson. LP Kenzie Fowler. Fowler yielded just 2 hits to the Bears. After the Wildcats, who had 6 hits, stranded 2, top 6th, Cal scored its 2 runs. Arioto walked; Williams singled, Arioto to 3rd on a throwing error by Fowler. E Reid in to run for Williams. Arioto scored on a passed ball, Reid to 2nd. Kostreba popped to 3rd; Reid scored on a wild pitch. Pendley had a one-out single, Arizona 7th, no score.
Florida 3, Auburn 2. WP Hannah Rogers. LP Lauren Schmalz. Bother pitchers were tagged for homers. After the Tigers stranded 2 in the 3rd, the Gators scored immediately wehn Moultrie led off the bottom half with a homer. Auburn went ahead, top 4th. Jordan led with a home run. One out, Melero singled; Schultze singled; two out, Stephens hbp; bases loaded, Lathan reached on a fielder’s choice, Melero scored. Bottom 4th: Gators tied score when Damico scored on Gammel’s single. After Sami Fagan opened the Florida 5th with a single, Mavromat relieved Schmalz. Fagan advanced, wild pitch; Haeger walked ona 3-2 count; Horton singled in the go-ahead run. After each team stranded a runner in the 6th, Auburn threatened with two out when Jordan tripled but Eisterhold grounded to short.
Texas Tech 2, Missouri 0. WP Talley. LP Thomas. The Tigers managed just 2 hits off Talley. The Red Raidewrs had 6 hidts off Thomas, but scored both runs in top 6th. Thomas had 11 Ks but walked four. Bledsoe, Hall hit back-to-back singles to lead the Tech 6th. After Kearney sacrificed both runners forward, Jones was intentionally walked, loading the bases. Perez struck out; Bledsoe scored on a wild pitch. Hall followed, 2-0.
Oregon 9, Utah 0. WP Hovinga. LP Nielson. Ducsk led 2-0 after four, then scored 7 runs next three innings, racking 14 hits for the game. Pappas jacked a 3-run homer. Chambers had 2 rbi.
Texas 12, Kansas 3. WP Blaire Luna.The Horns led 4-1 after four, but then scored 4 in the 6th and 4 in the 7th. The Texas hitting advantage was just 10-7, but they capitalized on opportunity.They scored 4 in the 6th on 2 hits, 2 steals, walk and error. In the 7th, the Horns scored on a single, walk and error, the final 2 runs on Bennett’s double. 12-1. In the bottom half, M Hull singled, one out, Kocon and Montgomery walked; Bryant doubled in 2 runs. R Hull struck out. Ingle popped to 3rd. In the Jayhawks 1st, M Hull scored on Naudin’s single. Texas tied top 2nd on Taylor’s homer, then added 2 for a 3-1 lead. The Horns scored a single run, top 4th.
Oklahoma 6, Texas A&M 1. WP Keilani Ricketts. 12Ks. LP Mel Dumezich. The Sooners tagged Dumezich for twohomers. The game was scoreless until each team scored inthe 4th. In the top, Martinez singled; with 2 out, she stole 2nd, and scored onRicketts rbi double. In the bottom, Villareal singled; Ricketts fanned the next two batters; Tysarczyk singled; Morgan singled, rbi. OU broke the tie, top 6th; Two out, Shults homered. The Sooners scored 4 runs in the 7th, including a second home run by Shults, her 12th.
Alabama 9, South Carolina 1 (5). WP Jackie Traina 3H. LP Kierstyn White. The game looked promising for the Gamecocks; Sammie Garcia led off the game with a home run — but that was the last score off Bama, which immediately tied the score in the bottom; Fenton led with a single, and taking 2nd on an error scored on Boccia’s double. Boccia scored when Traina reached on an error at short. Bottom 2nd, Conley singled, and an out later, scored on Fenton’s double. Two out, Lunceford singled, rbi. Up 4-1, the Tide boosted its score in the 3rd on Conley’s 3-run shot. The Tide reached run-rul with bases loaded in the 5th; Traina scored on Davis’ sac fly, Fenton doubled in the final run.
Kentucky 4, Georgia 1.WP Chanda Bell. LP Erin Arevalo. Bell had the kind of game which once had the Wildcats ranked in the Top 25 — giving up 1 hit while striking ou t12 Bulldogs. Georgia left bases loaded top 2nd — 3 walks — and Kentucky took advantage of the reprieve in the bottom. Cumbess led with a double; pinch runner Allen advaned to 3rd on a wild pitch; Carroll walked; Allen scored when Jolly reached on a fielder’s choice. One out, Weaver walked to reload the bases; Cervantes reached on a fielder’s choice, Carroll scored. Jolly scored on a wild pitch. 3-0. Top 5th; Hubbard walked, scored on a double by Swafford. The Wildcats added to their margin when Jolly led off the 6th with a homer.
UCLA 7, Washington 5. The mere score doesn’t begin to indicate the dramatic twists and turns in this game. The Bruins stranded 3 top 1st, all on walks by Inglesby, who gave up six. The Huskies left 2 on base. One out, bottom 2nd, Gano walked, Lahners homered off starter Ally Carda. 2-0. UW 3rd: Williams doubled, scored on Inglesb y sac fly. Hall relieved Carda. Two out, Souza and Fagaly walked; Gano doubled in 2 runs, the Huskies led 5-0. UCLA stranded 3 runners over the next 2 innings, but Hall was handcuffing the Huskies. Then, like a northwest thunder clap precedes the fall of rain, the Bruins dropped a cascade of 7 runs on the Huskies — with 2 out. Udin walked; Carda jacked a 2-run homer. Snow walked; LaRosa rbi single; Bates doubled, 2 rbi, and scored on an error. Walker relieved Inglesby. Schroeder and LaRosa scored, 7-5, UW managed a walk in the 6th, another walk in the 7th.
At midnight: Texas was leading Kansas 7-5 in the 6th inning of their second game. Stanford was leading Oregon State 8-4 in the 7th.
Stanford 8, Oregon State 4. WP Teagan Gerhart. LP Tina Andreana. Beavers took lead 1-0, top 2nd; two out, Cavestany walked, went to 2nd on a wild pitch, scored on Garcia single. Cardinal tied with a run bottom 3rd; two out, Rich scored on Roulund double. OSU 4th; Bundy scored on Gilmore single. The Cardinal stopped trading single runs when they scored 7 runs bottom 5th. Bases loaded, Burns jacked a grand slam off reliever Hall. After Demore took the circle, Becerra doubled; Miller singled, rbi; White singled, rbi; Hansen singled, rbi. The Beavers fought back in the 7th; Gillmore singled; Beltran homered, 8-4. Stanford 30-12 (4-9). Oregon State 27-12 (4-5).
Texas was trailing 5-4 when the Horns scored 3 runs top 6th. Bennett homered; 2 runs scored on Ogle single. WP Kim Bruins. LP Alicia Pille.
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George Washington 5, Rhode Island 1
Fordham 4, St Louis 1
Dayton 3, Temple 2
North Florida 2, East Tennessee State 1/DH 1-0
USC Upstate 4, Jacksonville 1/DH Jacksonville 11-0
Texas 12, Kansas 3, Texas 7-5
Texas Tech 2, Missouri 0
Iowa State 1, Oklahoma State 2
College Station, Texas
Oklahoma 6, Texas A&M 1
Campbell 2, Charleston Southern 1
Campbell 0, Charleston Southern 1
Central Michigan 0, Toledo 4
Central Michigan 4, Toledo 1
Bowling Green, Ohio
Eastern Michigan 1, Bowling Green 6
Eastern Michigan 1, Bowling Green 7
Kent State 2, Western Michigan 1
Kent State vs Western Michigan 3:00 PM
Buffalo 7, Northern Illinois 3
Buffalo 8, Northern Illinois 3
UNLV vs Boise State 3:00 PM
San Diego, Calif.
Colorado State vs San Diego State 6:00 PM
Salt Lake City, Utah
Oregon 9, Utah 0
Arizona 0, California 2
UCLA 7, Washington 5
Oregon State 4, Stanford 8
Idaho State vs Weber State 2:00 PM
Idaho State vs Weber State 4:00 PM
Auburn 2, Florida 3
Georgia 1, Kentucky 4
LSU 0, Tennessee 2
Mississippi State 5, Mississippi 3
South Carolina 1, Alabama 9 (9)
Corpus Christi, Texas
Stephen F. Austin 0, Texas A&M-CC 1
Nicholls State 1, Central Arkansas 4
Texas-San Antonio 1, Southeastern Louisiana 4
Lake Charles, La.
Sam Houston State 6, McNeese State 5
Northwestern State 2, Texas-Arlington 6
Alabama A&M 1, Alcorn State 0
Prairie View A&M vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Mississippi Valley State 3, Jackson State 2
Southern University vs Texas Southern
South Dakota State 6, Oakland 2
South Dakota State 5, Oakland 6
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Southern Utah 4, IPFW 12
Southern Utah 1, IPFW 0
North Dakota State 4, South Dakota 1
North Dakota State 9, South Dakota 2
San Jose, Calif.
Fresno State vs San Jose State //ppd
Las Cruces, N.M.
Nevada 7, New Mexico State 6
Utah State vs BYU DH
Utah State vs BYU 6:00 PM
Louisiana Tech vs Hawai’i TBA
Boise State 3, UNLV 2