4-14-10 April 14 D1 College

April 14 2010 D1 College

TOP 25 (ESPN USA Softball Poll 4-13-10)

NOTE: 4-11-10 NCAA individual and team statistics are published on www.spysoftball.org
Note
: this game day report will be updated from 3pm to midnight
The April 13 NCAA RPI Summary is on www.spysoftball.org

  1. WASHINGTON
  2. MICHIGAN def Central Michigan 8-0
  3. ARIZONA
  4. FLORIDA def Florida State 9-2, 8-4
  5. ALABAMA def Mississippi Valley State 6-1
  6. ARIZONA STATE
  7. GEORGIA TECH def Kennesaw State 7-3
  8. UCLA
  9. OKLAHOMA STATE def Tulsa 3-1
  10. STANFORD
  11. GEORGIA
  12. OKLAHOMA
  13. LSU def Nicholls State 15-2
  14. MISSOURI def Southern Illinois 9-2
  15.  
    TEXAS def Baylor 8-0
  16. FLORIDA STATE lost to  Florida 9-2, 8-4
  17. OREGON
  18. TENNESSEE def  Arkansas 5-3, 3-1
  19. CALIFORNIA
  20. ILLINOIS
  21. TEXAS A&M def Sam Houston State 4-3
  22. U MASS
  23. NORTH CAROLINA def Longwood 8-0, game 1DH
  24. OHIO STATE swept Bowling Green 4-0, 10-0
  25. HAWAII

 

CONFERENCE AND OTHER GAMES
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 10

Northwestern 10, Minnesota 1 (5)
WP Lauren Delaney.  LP Lacey Middlebrooke
Northwestern 9, Minnesota 3

Michigan State 1,  Penn State 0
Penn State 2, Michigan State 1

Iowa 1,  Wisconsin 0
Iowa 14,  Wisconsin 1

Big 12

Nebraska 2,  Kansas 0

Texas 8, Baylor 0 (5)
WP Blaire Luna 2H, 7K.  LP Courtney Repka
Longhorns are 8-1 Big 12.  Craig 2-run home run.

Big East

DePaul 6,  St. John’s 5
St John’s 2, DePaul 0
Kat Lawrence 1-hitter

Rutgers 3, #31 Louisville 1 Nicole Lindley 3-hitter
#31 Louisville 6,  Rutgers 4 (11)

Seton Hall 1, Villanova 0
Villanova 4,  Seton Hall 3 (12)

Notre Dame swept  Georgetown 5-0, 3-2

Big South

Coastal Carolina 5,  Charleston Southern 3

Horizon

Youngstown State 14,  Detroit 1
Youngstown State 11,  Detroit 2

Wisconsin-Greeen Ba7 6, Loyola-Chicago 3
Loyola-Chicago 3,  Wisconsin-Green Bay 1

Missouri Valley

Wichita State sweeps  Missouri State 5-1, 5-3

Ohio Valley

Morehead State 4,  Eastern Kentucky 2

Eastern Illinois 2, Southeast Missouri 0

Tennessee-Martin 8,  Murray State 0

Jacksonville State 8, Tennessee Tech 5

Austin Peay 2, Tennessee State 1 (8)

SEC

#13 Tennessee 3,  Arkansas 1
WP Ivy Renfro.  LP Hope McLemore
#13 Tennessee 5,  Arkansas 3
WP Ivy Renfro (21-2).  LP Layne McGuirt
Vols scored 4 in 1st, including 2-run single by Burchell.  Spigner 3-3, two doubles, and rbi.   

SWAC

Alcorn State 2,  Grambling State 1 (8)

Sun Belt

FIU 3, Florida Atlantic 2

Other games

Alabama A&M vs Fort Valley State 1:00 PM Fort Valley, Ga.
Alabama A&M vs Fort Valley State 3:00 PM Fort Valley, Ga.

Liberty sweeps James Madison 5-1, 6-

Delaware sweeps Norfolk State 3-2, 2-0

Marshall 5, Wright State 4
Wright State 9,  Marshall 4

Arkansas-Monticello vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff 1:00 PM Pine Bluff, Ark.
Arkansas-Monticello vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff 3:00 PM Pine Bluff, Ark.

Rhode Island vs Hartford 2:30 PM West Hartford, Conn.
Rhode Island vs Hartford 4:30 PM West Hartford, Conn.

Providence vs Brown 2:30 PM Providence, R.I.
Providence vs Brown 4:30 PM Providence, R.I.

#26 North Carolina 8,  Longwood 0
#26 North Carolina vs Longwood 4:30 PM Farmville, N.C.

Sacred Heart 4, Yale 1
Yale 10,  Sacred Heart 0

Fordham 5, Fairleigh Dickinson 1
#29 Fordham 8, Fairleigh Dickson 0

St. Bonaventure vs Buffalo 3:00 PM Buffalo, N.Y.
St. Bonaventure vs Buffalo 5:00 PM Buffalo, N.Y.

Syracuse vs Cornell 3:00 PM Ithaca, N.Y.
Syracuse vs Cornell 5:00 PM Ithaca, N.Y.

Siena swept Colgate 6-1, 8-1

Niagara vs Binghamton 3:00 PM Vestal, N.Y.
Niagara vs Binghamton 5:00 PM Vestal, N.Y.

Monmouth sweeps Lehigh 10-4, 5-4 (9)

Saint Joseph’s 2,  Drexel 1

Penn 13, Lafayette 11
Lafayette 8,  Penn 5

Canisius sweeps Saint Francis 3-2, 15-2 (5)

Delaware State sweeps Maryland-Eastern Shore 9-1 (5), 13-0 (5)

East Carolina 1,  North Carolina State 0 (8)
WP Toni Paisley 3H, 10K.  LP Lindsay Campana 10K
East Carolina 7,  North Carolina State 0
WP Faith Sutton.  LP Stephanie Call.

Robert Morris vs Kent State 3:00 PM Kent, Ohio/rescheduled May 4

Appalachian State sweeps North Carolina A&T 2-1, 4-2

Western Michigan vs IPFW 3:00 PM Fort Wayne, Ind./DH cancelled

Indiana State 4, Saint Louis 1
Saint Louis 3, Indiana State 2

Texas-San Antonio 8, Houston Baptist 0 WP Emily Humpai 3H, 9K
Texas-San Antonio 5, Houston Baptist 2  Emily Humpai wins both games

North Texas 3, Texas State 1  Kayla Lawson 1-hitter
North Texas 9, Texas State 1

Towson 1, Maryland 0
WP Dominique Ortega.  LP Kerry Hickey

George Mason 6,  George Washington 3

Boston 4, Bryant 0

Connecticut 12, Dartmouth 4

Manhattan 5,  Stony Brook 3 (11)
Manhattan vs Stony Brook/called darkness tied 1-1

#25 Hofstra 5, Fairfield 1
WP Olivia Galati (18-2).  LP Sarah Minice

Elon swept  Campbell 8-6, 5-2

Winston-Salem State vs North Carolina Central/ rescheduled Thursda

Western Carolina 7, Presbyterian 5
Presbyterian 9,  Western Carolina 0

Ball State 9, Indiana 1

Notre Dame 5, Georgetown 0
WP Jody V aldivia 12K.  LP Mackenzey Carter
Miller homered; Johnson, Lux and Maldonado doubled.  Hoyas committed four errors.
#21 Notre Dame 3, Georgetown 2
WP Jody Valdivia (24-3).  LP Jennifer Connell
Two home runs by Christine Lux.  Kate Fleury had a solo shot.  Valdivia relieved Brittany O’Donnell who gave up 2 runs.  Pitzemberger threw out two Hoyas at home, from left field.  The Hoyasa, who outhit the Irish 11-7, had two on in the 7th, a rally snuffed by a double play.

#15 Missouri 9,  Southern Illinois 2
WP Kristin Nottelman.  LP Danielle Glosson

Memphis swept Alabama State 2-0, 5-0USC-Upstate 5, South Carolina 0
WP Morgan Childers (25-5) 2H, 7K.  LP Ashley Chastain.  Brasil 3-3, 2 rbi;  Upstate sweeps series

 Alabama 6. Mississippi Valley State 1
WP Lauren Sewell.
Alabama scored five runs in the first two innings and added another in the fourth.  Charlotte Morgan 3 rbi, home run.

Bethune-Cookman vs Jacksonville 5:00 PM Jacksonville, Fla.
Bethune-Cookman vs Jacksonville 7:00 PM Jacksonville, Fla.

UAB 3,  Chattanooga 1
Chattanooga 2, UAB 1

Ohio State swept Bowling Green 4-0, 10-0

Kentucky 9, Western Kentucky 3

Northern Illinois 12, Illinois-Chicago 8
Illinois-Chicago vs Northern Illinois 7:00 PM DeKalb, Ill.

Jackson State vs Miles 4:00 PM Birmingham, Ala.
Jackson State vs Miles 6:00 PM Birmingham, Ala.

Bradley 4, So. Illinois-Edwardsville 2

Central Arkansas 10, Mississippi Valley State 2 (6)

Stephen F. Austin 4, Centenary 3

#3 Florida swept #17 Florida State 9-2, 8-4
Game 1 9-2:
WP Ensley Gammel.  LP Terese Gober. 
Seminole school record 933 fans.  Tied 1-1 when Gators scored 4 in 3rd.  Enea, Bruder rbi’s; Schutte 2-run homer.  Jackson tripled, scored for FSU bottom 5th, but Gators tacked on 4 runs top 6th.  Paculba, Enea rbi’s, Bruder rbi, Schutte rbi double.  Florida 32-4.  Florida State 36-10.
Game 2: 8-4: WP Stephanie Brombacher (21-4).  SV Ensley Gammel.  LP Sarah Hamilton

#2 Michigan 8, Central Michigan 0 (5)
WP Stephanie Speierman.  LP Kate Seddon

Radford 9, Virginia Tech 3 Creasy and Hall home runs

#7 Georgia Tech 7,  Kennesaw State 3
WP Hope Rush (21-4).  LP Hope Cross

South Alabama vs Southern Mississippi 6:00 PM Hattiesburg, Miss./cancelled

Southern 7,  Southeastern Louisiana 1

#16 LSU 15,  Nicholls State 2
WP Rachele Fico.  LP Audrey Wood
Leading 9-2 after six, Tigers scored 6 runs top 7th, including Mouse rbi, Mitchell 2-run double, Shortridge rbi triple.  For game, Heidi Pizer jacked two home runs, driving in 3 runs, her first career hits.  Mitchell and Shortridge also had 3 rbi, and Langoni had 4 rbi.

Louisiana-Monroe 4,  Northwestern State 0

Louisiana-Lafayette 11, McNeese State 1

#8 Oklahoma State 3,  Tulsa 1
WP Kat Espinosa (16-3).  LP Lindsey Schrock

#27 Texas A&M 4, Sam Houston State 3 (8)
WP Melissa Dumezich.  LP Morgan Mikulin
Aggies snatched victory from jaws of defeat. Trailing 3-0 into bottom 7th, and having survived SHSU b ases-loaded threat in top half, Aggies scored 3 runs with two out on Kliesing’s  bases-loaded double.  In 8th, Dumezich, having struck out two of three in top half, walked.  went to 2nd and 3rd on consecutive fielder’s choice plays, scored winning run on Orsak’s double to left center.  Texas A&M 33-11.  SHSU 15-23.

Eastern Michigan 5, Oakland 3 end

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