4-15-2011 April 15 2011 D1 Games


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 TOP 25
USA Softball Poll 4-12-2011

1. Arizona State lost to UCLA 4-1

2. Michigan

3. Alabama vs Mississippi State/ppd/DH Saturday

4. Texas

5. Georgia def Mississippi 7-3

6. Tennessee def  LSU 6-0

7. Arizona lost to Washington 3-0

8. Washington def Arizona 3-0

9. Missouri

10. Florida vs Auburn//rained out

11. UCLA def Arizona State 4-1

12. Stanford def Oregon State 7-0

13. California def Oregon 5-0

14. Oklahoma

15. T Baylor

15. T Nebraska

17. Oregon def by California 5-0

18. Kentucky

19. LSU def by Tennessee 6-0

20. ULL

21. Oklahoma State

22. Georgia Tech

23. Texas A&M

24. Notre Dame

25. Auburn vs Florida//rained out

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 Virginia 8, Virginia Tech 2. Tech scored top 1st — Ward on Liddle double — and top 7th -Wolff scored on Ward triple — but the middle innings belonged to the Cavaliers.  Bottom 2nd: one out, Skinkis doubled, scored tying run on Javaras single. UVA 3rd: one out,  Pittman singled,  Erica Cippoloni reached on fielder’s choice; Harris singled, rbi.  Roark relieved Harrell.  Skinkis reached on a sac bunt, rbi.  Bowdren opened the Cav’s 4th with a solo.  Williams singled, Pittman singled, Williams scored on Erica Cippoloni’s single. Harris and Skinkis walked; Hawkims struck out, UVA left bases loaded.  Williams scored in 5th on G Cippoloni single.  Cavaliers scored 2 more in 6th after Ward relieved Roark; E Cippolni walked, Harris singled, Skinkis doubled in both runs.  Virginia is now 20-22/3-9.  Virginia Tech 30-12/7-6. 
Tennessee 6,  Louisiana State 0. Ellen Renfroe threw a 3-hitter with 12 Ks to break the Tigers 11-game winning streak.  Brottany Mack also notched 12 Ks in defeat but gave up 6 hits and a homer.  Scoreless until top 4th when Vols scored 4 runs with 2 out.  Burchell was on by error, Spigner drew a 2-out walk, Davin hbp to load the bases; Shipman jacked a massive grand slam.  In Vols 4th, Chavanne and Grieve singled; both advanced on a wild pitch; Burchell singled in both runs.  Tennessee is 36-6/13-4.  LSU is 26-13/8-7. 
Georgia 7, Ole Miss 3. Bulldogs stsaved off Rebel rally.  Bottom 1st: Wiggins walked, stole 2nd; Paul hbp; one out, Hesson singled, rbi.  Raxey rbi sac fly.  Top 3rd:  2 out, Overbeck reached on an error at 3rd, and Ladner put Ole Miss on the board with a 2-run homer.  Georgia immediately broke the tie in the bottom on Hesson’s 2-out homer.  One out, Georgia 5th: Hesson walked, Razey homered.  After Sandberg singled, Torres relieved Bruning.   Hubbard walked.  Trout rbi sac fly.  Echols rbi single.  7-2.  Ole Miss scored a final run, top 7th;  bases loaded, one out, Wall singled, Bruning HBp, Broome and Overbeck singled (rbi).  But Ladner looked at a third strike, and the Rebels left the bases loaded.  Georgia 37-6/12-5.iss 14-31/3-15.
California 5. Oregon 0.  Jolene Henderson, having a very strong season,  improved to 24-5, yielding jusst 4 hits while striking out 7.  The Ducks loaded the bases, top 1st, on 2 sinkgles and an error, but Henderson caught Nieto looking.  J Reid singled in the bo9ttom for Cal; the speedster stole 2nd and reached 3rd on a wild pitch; Vonk walked; Williams singled, rbi; with 2 out, Vonk scored on Decker’s groundout.  Cal 4th: Ziegenhirt led with a homer.  Robben and Jones singled, Rumfelt relieved Moore.  With two out, Williams reached on an error, rbi.  Echevarria closed out the scoring with an rbi single.  Cal 26-8.  Oregon 30-9. 
Fresno State 4, San Jose State 2.  Another very good gsame by Moses but SJSU stayed on the Bulldogs heels.  Bottom 2nd: Stiglich opened with a single, Ortega doubled, rbi.  Angene singled; Pollard singled, Ortega scored.  Pollard forced at 2nd by Hall; Ortiz walked; the Bulldogs left bases loaded.  Schatz hit a solo HR top 4th for the Beaver first score.  Fresno 5th: Stiglich doubled with one out; Ortega singled; Fox in to pitch; Angene walked.  Tewo Bulldog runs scored on a catcher error and wild pitch.  OSU opened the 6th with a solo shot by Garcia.
UCLA 4, Arizona State 1.  All of the Bruin runs were plated top 1st on a grand slam by Kelli Fox, one of the most impressive freshmen. Schroeder led off the game with a walk; DiSalvatore singled; but Tiumalu and Harrison struck out; Yudin kept the at-bat alive with a walk; loading the bases for Fox who jacked a 3-2 pitch.  Two of the 4 hits off Escobedo were in that first inning, and UCLA would nothave another base runner until the 6th..  ASU stranded 2 in the bottom 1st; and went down in order until Castillo walked leading off the ASU 5th.  Top 6th: UCLA left two; ASU stranded one.  Bottom 7th: Castillo hit a one-out homer.  Johnson walked, and Macon relieved Kerr, and UCLA retired the last 2 batters.  ASU 37-5/3-4.  UCLA 29-7/5-2.   
Washington 3, Arizona 0.  Basically even in hitting, Huskies 6, Wildcats 8, but UofA was denied the plate.  Top 1st, Pohlman scored on Salling 2-out single.  Top 2nd: Stuart singled; Wright popped to 3rd; Jones walked; Wagner bunted to 1st;  Stuart scored on error by 3rd.  Arizona stranded 2 in bottom (singles by Koria, Buchanan).  Wildcats stranded 2 more in 3rd, singles by Schutzler, Del Ponte.  Inglesby opened the UW 4th with a homer.  Huskies loaded bases in 5th; with 2 out; Hayward, Pohlman singled, Salling walked but Ingelsby looked at a third strike.  Arizona stranded 3 more in bottom.  Lastrapes singled in the 7th, stranded.  Washington 30-4/5-2.  Arizona 34-8/5-2.
Stanford 7, Oregon State 0.  Bottom 1st: Hassman walked, Hanewich doubled, Hassman scored  on Miller out.  Two walks and Becerra’s single loaded the bases in the Cardinal 2nd; Hassman hit into a fielder’s choice, Prong scored.  Stanford left 2.  Hansen homered to lead the Stanford 3rd; Miller singled, Rich doubled, rbi; Prong walked; Demore relieved Andreanna.  Two wild pitches put runners on 3nd and 3rd; Prong scored on Koutz single.  5-0.  Hassman scored on an error at short in the 4th.  Rich scored the final Cardinal run in the 6th ona single by Koutz.  Stanford 28-8/3-4.  Oregon State 18-14/1-6. 



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Charlottesville, Va.
Virginia 8, Virginia Tech 2
WP Melanie Mitchell 12K.  LP Jasmin Harrell
Virginia Tech 14, Virginia 4 (6)
WP Kenzie Roark.  LP Stephanie Coates

Atlantic 10

Philadelphia, Pa.
Temple 7, La Salle 0

Temple vs La Salle 5:00 PM

Dayton, Ohio
Massachusetts 9,  Dayton 1
WP Sara Plourde 3H, 17K.  LP Alysha Isaacson

Charlotte, N.C.
Fordham 6, Charlotte 4
WP Jen Mineau.  LP Katy Hackett
Fordham 7, Charlotte 3

Atlantic Sun

Kennesaw State 3, South Carolina-Upstate 2 (9)

South Carolina-Upstate vs Kennesaw State/;/tied 4-4 top 8th/rain delay//resume Sunday

Mercer swept East Tennessee State 8-0 (5), 4-0

Campbell 4,  North Florida 3
North Florida 7, Campbell 6

Big South

Liberty 5, Gardner-Webb 2
Liberty 14,  Gardner-Webb 3

Presbyterian 5, Winthrop 2


Tallahassee, Fla.
Florida A&M 12  North Carolina A&T 4   (5 inn)
WP-Whitney Robinson  (11-10)  LP-Hope Fletcher  (5-11)


Ball State 2, Eastern Michigan 1
Eastern Michigan 5, Ball State 3

Central Michigan 8, Miami OH 5
Central Michigan 5, Mimai OH 3

Western Michigan swept Akron 9-0 (5), 6-4

Ohio 7,  Northern Illinois 2

Ohio vs Northern Illinois 3:00 PM DeKalb, Ill.//rained out
Mountain West

UNLV 9, Utah 1

BYU 1,  San Diego State 0 (8)


West Long Beach, N.J.
Fairleigh Dickinson 4  Monmouth 3   (8 inn)
WP-Maire Shaughnessy  (7-5)  LP-Lauren Sulick  (14-10)

Faileigh Dickinson 7  Monmouth 4
WP-Caitlin Bradac  (9-4)  LP-Dara Palms  (1-5)


California 5. Oregon 0
WP Jolene Henderson 3-hitter.  LP Jessica Moore

Washington 3,  Arizona 0
WP Kaitlin Ingelsby.  LP Kenzi Fowler

UCLA 4,  Arizona State 1
WP Donna Kerr.  LP Dallas Escobedo. 10K. S Aleah Macon

Stanford 7, Oregon State 0
WP Teagan Gerhart 2H, 7K.  LP Tina Andreanna.

Pacific Coast

Northern Colorado swept  Weber State 6-3, 10-5


Tennessee 6,  Louisiana State 0
WP Ellen Renfroe 12K.  LP Brittany Mack 12K

Mississippi State at Alabama//ppd//DH Saturday

Florida vs Auburn//rained out/DH Saturday

Georgia 7, Ole Miss 3
WP Morgan Montemayor.  LP Kendall Bruning

South Carolina at Arkansas//rained out


Normal, Ala.  —  Rained Out  – Rescheduled for Sunday
Jackson State vs Alabama A&M 1:00 PM

Houston, Texas

Texas Southern 18  Grambling State 4   (5 inn)
WP-Rebecca Villarreal  (7-4)  LP-Angela Perez  (4-6)

Itta Bena, Miss.

Mississippi Valley State 9  Alabama State 1   (5 inn)
WP-Kim Spivey  (12-11)  3-Hitter  LP-Stephanie Hernandez  (6-18)


Rochester, Mich.
Oakland 2  Southern Utah 1
WP-Marisa Everitt  (5-4)  LP-Heather Black  (14-10)
Southern Utah 6  Oakland 3
WP-Danielle Axe  (4-9)  LP-Marisa Everitt  (5-5)  S-Heather Black  (3)

Shreveport, La.
IPFW 10  Centenary 2   (5 inn)
IPFW 8  Centenary 6WAC

Utah State, Boise State 3

New Mexico State 12,  Nevada 7

 Hawai’i 6, Louisiana Tech 0
WP Stephanie Ricketts 1-hitter.  LP Meghan Krieg

Fresno State 4, San Jose State 2
WP Michelle Moses 3H, 10K.  LP Jennifer Ames

Non-Conference Games

Southern Utah 6, Oakland 3
Oakland 2, Southern Utah 1

Memphis vs Murray State 2:00 PM Murray, Ky.//DH rained out

Boston 9,  Rhode Island 2
Boston 7,  Rhode Island 4


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