4-16-2011 April 16 2011 D1 Games

APRIL 16 2011 D1 GAMES

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TOP 25
USA Softball Poll 4-12-2011 

1. Arizona State def UCLA 2-0

2. Michigan vs Illinois//rained out

3. Alabama DH def Mississippi State 6-2, 13-3

4. Texas def Iowa State 3-0

5. Georgia def Mississippi 10-1 (5)

6. Tennessee def LSU 11-0

7. Arizona def Washington 13-5 (5)

8. Washington lost to Arizona 13-5 (5)

9. Missouri def Oklahoma 3-2 (9)

10. Florida DH/ def Auburn 14-4, 8-2

11. UCLA lost to Arizona State 2-0

12. Stanford def Oregon State 8-1

13. California def Oregon 2-0

14. Oklahoma lost to Missouri 3-2 (9)

15. T Baylor def Kansas 9-3

15. T Nebraska lost to Texas A&M 3-0

17. Oregon lost to California 2-0

18. Kentucky DH / def Tennessee Tech 9-0 (5); 4-3

19. LSU lost to Tennessee 11-0

20. ULL swept Middle Tennessee 11-0 (5), 9-1 (6)

21. Oklahoma State def Texas Tech 2-1 (8)

22. Georgia Tech DH/ def North Carolina 6-4, 7-5

23. Texas A&M def Nebraska 3-0

24. Notre Dame DH/ def Louisville 8-5

25. Auburn DH/ lost to Florida 14-4, 8-2


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Tennessee 11, LSU 0.  Many story lines!.  Lauren Gibson drove in 7 of 11 runs with a grand slam, a solo shot, and a 2-run double, while also turning a somewhat disputed double play which snuffed an early inning Tiger rally. Vols have played 21 innings without surrendering a run.  Ivy Renfroe’s 4-hitter keeps pace with sister Ellen’s 3-hitter vs LSU on Friday, which snapped a Tiger 11-game winning streak.  LSU’s continued struggle with injuries put Santos, a shortstop at 3rd; her two mental errors helped load the bases for Gibson’s slam.  Perhaps the sharpest underline is that the Vols may be the best team in the SEC and have to be among the favorites to return to Oklahoma City. Fico was hittable from the start; Chavane and Dotson led the game with singles but Fico fanned two.  Gibson hit a solo shot in the 2nd, 1-0.   LSU had a solid chance in the bottom half; one-out singles by Santos and Wray; stranded.  The Vols scored 5 in the 3rd.  Shipman singled, Andres sacrificed; Chavanne bunted safely to 3rd; bases loaded, Dotson and Grieve went down, but Burchell drew an rbi walk; Gibson jacked a 2-2 pitch to left, 6-0.  Shipman scored on Chavanne’s single in the 4th.  LSU’s next best chance came in the 6th, two on, 1 out, no score.  Top 7th: Patterson relieved Fico.  Chavanne and Dotson singled.  Grieve and Burchell struck out, but Gibson slashed a 2-run double, followed by Spigner’s 2-run home run.  Gibson leads the Vols  with a .439 average, 10 doubles, 5 homers, 50 rbi.  Tennessee, which scored 11 runs on 10 hits, is 37-6/14-4.  LSU 26-14/8-8.  The game was broadcast live on ESPN2.
Texas 3, Iowa State 0.  Another strong performance by Luna kept the Cyclones off the boards.  Two out bottom 1st, Bennett singled, scored on Hooks’ double.  Hoagland led the Horns’ 3rd with a double; Hooks homered.  Hooks and Taylor singled to open the Horns’ 6th; no score.  Texas 36-4/8-0.  Iowa State 19-18/1-6.  Undefeated so far in Big 12 play, Texas has a nationally-televised matchup with Oklahoma next week.
Kentucky 9, Tennessee Tech 0 (5).  The SEC now has 7 teams ranked in ESPN’s Top 25, with Kentucky and Auburn joining the perennial five of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, and LSU. After Tech stranded 2, top 1st,  the Wildcats, blessed with the best Kentucky throwers since Babe Parilli, scored twice in the bottom on rbi’s by Cervantes and Riley.  Bottom 2nd: Cumbess doubled, Rowlands singled, Cumbess scored ona sac fly by Jolly; Aull singled, rbi, Yocke stroked the first pitch for a 2-run homer, 6-0.  Three walks om the 3rd; Dill cleared the bases with a double.  Kentucky 29-10/11-6.  Tech 16-20.
Notre Dame 8, Louisville 5.  Four bombs flew out of the Irish Stadium, two by Notre Dame, including a 2-out, 3-run walkoff home run in the bottom of the 7th by Stuhr.   Johnson slugged a 2-our HR bottom 1st.  The Cardinals stranded 2 in the 2nd, 1 in the 3rd, 2 in the 4th.  Louisville’s defense shone in the 3rd; the Irish had 4 baserunners, no score.  Bottom 4th: Marrone singled, scored on Pitzenberger double, 2-0.  Louisville took the lead with 3 runs, top 5th.  Keller and Esteban singled; with on eout, Keller scored on Bemis sac fly; Wherry slugged a 1-0 pitch for a 2-run homer. The Irish reclaimed the lead 4-3 in the bottom half.  Johnson scored on Buntin’s sac fly, Miller scored ona fielding error in center.  Louisville scored 2 in the 6th for a 5-4 lead; on Austin’s 2-run homer.  After Jorgensborg walked and Pitzenberger singled in the Irish 6th, Collins relieved Collins, and struck out Maldonado and Clay, but Johnson singled in the tying run.  Louisville stranded a runner, top 7th.  Bottom: with 2 out, Marrone and Jorgensborg walked; Stuhr smashed an 0-1 pitch to end Game 1.
 Georgia 10, Mississippi 1 (5).  Bulldogs scored 10 runs on just 6 hits —  but Barnhill gave up 7 walks in her 3 innings.  Three walks bottom 1st led to rbi’s by Sandberg and Hubbard (2).  The Rebels stranded 2 tyop 2nd, and Georgia came back with 2 more.  Trout walked; Wiggins rbi single; with 2 out, Hesson walked, double steal, Hesson took 2nd, Wiggins stole home. Razey singled to lead the Dawgs’ 3rd; with 2 out, Auger singled, rbi.  After Wiggins and Goler walked in the 4th, Perry relieved Barnhill.  Hessonsingled, loading the bases — which Razey cleared with a double.  Razey scored the final run on Hubbard’s sac fly. Top 5th: Broome singled, scored on Overbeck double.  Georgia 38-6/13-5.  Ole Miss 14-32/3-16.
Georgia Tech 6, North Carolina 4.  Tar Heels took 3-0 lead, top 3rd, onDickey’s 3-run shot. Yellow Jackets answered with 2 on Weseman’s home run.  Tech 5th: Thomas led with single; one out, Rudnik doubled; Thomas scored tying run on Kuzma’s fielder’s choice; Jordan walked; Kuzma out at home trying to score on a passed ball.  Top 7th: Carolina regained lead when Foulks led with a home run.  Tech took game with 3 runs in bottom; one out, Rudnik walked, Kyuzma singled; Jordan jacked a 3-run walkoff home run.
Alabama 6, Mississippi State 2.  Bulldogs took 2-0 lead tlp 1st and held it for 3 innings.  Bainbridge hbp to start the game; scored on Smith single after Cooley sacrifice.  Newbitt doubled; Lanahan hbp; bases loaded.  Smith scored on Shape groundout.   Two left.   MSU had a runner on 3rd, one out, in 2nd; no score.  Tide tied game in 4th; Fenton doubled, Larsen homered.  Bama stranded 2 in 5th.  A 4-run Bama 6th settled the game.  Larsen hbp, Traina singled; Hunt reached on a fielder’s chmoice, Larsen out at 3rd.  Two on, two out, Boccia walked, loading the bases.  Lunceford crushed a grand slam.  Two out of three Bulldogs struck out in 7th.  Bama 38-5/12-4.  Mississippi State 21-21/8-8.
Oklahoma State 2, Texas Tech 1.  Even numbers offensively: 6 hits for OSU, 5 for Tech.  But one of those Cowgirl hits was Boyd’s leadoff homer in the 3rd.  Hall doubled in Tech 5th; with 2 out, scored on Gentsch single.  Top 8th: Gentsch hbp pitch, stranded.  Bottom: Gearhart led off with double, scored game winner on Morrison sac fly.  Oklahoma State 33-10/5-6.  Texas Tech 39-8/4-7.
California 2, Oregon 0.  There were 13 hits but the on which counted was Echevarria’s 2-run double bottom 3rd.  Cal 27-8.  Oregon 30-10.  The Ducks loaded the bases, top 1st, no score, and stranded 2 top 2nd.  With 2 out bottom 3rd, Vonk singled, Williams walked, Echevarria stroked a 2-run double into right field but was out at 3rd, 9-4-5.
Stanford 8, Oregon State 1.  The Cardinal, who racked 13 hits, came out firing, scoring 3 bottom 1st.  Hassman singled, stole 2nd; Hanewich bunt single; Hansen rbi single; stole 2nd; one out, Rich singled, rbi; stole 2nd; Prong reached on a fielder’s choice; Rich advanced to 3rd while Hansen was out at home; Prong stole 2nd and Rich stole home.  Hassman walked with 2 out in the 2nd, scored on Hanewich single.  Hall homered with one out in the Beavers 4th.  Gerhart relieved in the 6th.  Bottom 6th: Becerra reached on an error at 3rd; Gerhart sacrificed; Hassman singled, stole 2nd; Hanewich looked at a third strike; Hansen walked, loading the bases.  Van Zandt, hbp, rbi; Rich singled in 2 runs.  Burns singled, rbi.  8-1.  Stanford 29-8/4-4.  OSU 18-15/1-7. 
Texas A&M 3, Nebraska 0.  The Huskers loaded the bases top 3rd on a single and 2 walks, no score.  Two singles top 4th also failed to produce a score.  In the bottom, a hit batter and a walk resulted in 2 Aggie runs on Morgan’s double.  Kliesing’s one-out homer in the 5th ended the scoring.  Tamu 32-11.  NU 31-7.
Missouri 3, Oklahoma 2 (9). With both teams pitching their aces,Thomas had 17 Ks, Ricketts 16,  a low score was perhaps inevitable, despite a combined 16 hits.  Top 1st, Martinez tripled. Shults walked, Thomas struck out Nix and Williams.  In the bottom, Marston hit a one-out single; Fleming became the second strikeout of the inning; Lee singled, rbi.  Two singles in the OU 2nd netted nothing.  The Tigers loaded the bases in the bottom half, but Marston and Fleming struck out.  Thomas struck out the side in the OU 3rd and 4th.  The Tigers threatened in the 4th; Christopher led with a double,Vock was hbp; but, Taylor fanned, a pinch runner was nailed by Shults stealing 3rd; and Marston grounded out.  OU tierd with a run in the 5th; Dobbs walked, Norris sacrificed; Jones struck out but Turang singled, rbi.  With 1 out in the 5th, Ruggeberg reached on a fielder’s  choice, forcing Fleming who had doubled; Hudson doubled, rbi.  The Sooners tied again with a run in the 6th; Martinez singled; Shults looked at a third strike;  Nix hit into a fielder’s choice, but Martinez went to 2nd and then 3rd on an error; Nix stole 2nd, advanced to 3rd on an error, Martinez scored the tying run.  Hughes fanned to open the OU 9th; Ricketts walked, but a fly and a K ended the rally.  Christopher struck out to lead the Tiger 9th, Vock homered on a 3-2 count.  Missouri 34-5.  Oklahoma 33-12.
Florida 8,  Auburn 2.  The Gators welcomed back ace Stephanie Brombacher, a candidate for Player of the Year, who has missed several games.  She held Auburn to 5 hits in 4+ innings.  Bottom 1st: Cartwright scored on Guzman double.  Top 2nd: florida tied, Schutte singled; after 2 strikeouts, Coyle walked, Horton rbi single.  Gators loaded bases in 3rd; Paculba scored on Bush sac fly.  Tigers countered with a tying run; Stang and Cartwright singled, Stang scored on an error.  Gators pulled away with 4 runs in 4th.  Coyle and Horton singled, advanced on Fagan’s sacrifice; Coyle scored on Moultrie sac fly; Paculba rbi single; Bruder jacked a 2-run homer.  Coyle opened the Gator 7th with a solo shot.  One  out, Fagan doubled; Moultrie singled; Paculba looked at a third strike; Florida pulled a double steal, Fagan scoring.  Florida 36-7/12-6.  Auburn 32-11/11-8.
Florida 14,  Auburn 4.  Tigers led 4-1 after 3; Estell HR in 1st, which Florida tied on Coyle’s leadoff homer in 3rd; Cartwright hit a 2-run double and Guzman an rbi double for lead.  Gators tied 4-4 in 4th on Coyle 3-run homer.  Florida went up 7-4 on a 3-run shot by Bush in 5th.  Coyle walked, scored with 2 out in 6th on Moultrie triple.  Leading 9-4, Florida added 5 runs in 7th.  Bruder homered.  One, out, Bush singled; DeFelice 2-run homer. After Auburn changed pitchers, Coyle walked,  Fagan singled, Moultrie doubled in both runners.
 Fresno State 6, San Jose State 1.  Three hitter by Moses coupled with 9 hits by Bulldogs.  Ortega doubled, bottom 1st, scored on Moses single.  Angene and Moore walked to lead the Bulldogs 2nd; Pollard popped to 1st but the 1st baseman’s throwin gerror allowed both runners to score.  Bottom 3rd: Ortega walked, Moses singled, Stiglich rbi single; Hall forced Stiglich at 2nd, Moses to 3rd; Angene rbi single; Moore rbi sac fly, Bulldogs 8-0.  Stange homered top 7th for SJSU.  Fresno State 26-11/10-2.  SJSU 16-29/2-10.
Fresno State 2, San Jose State 1 (9).  First game of DH was a nail-biter.  Despite 11 Bulldog hits, and 6 by SJSU, both had difficulty scoring.  Bulldogs scored bottom 2nd; two out, Moore and Pollard singled; Ortiz singled; Moore scored on fielding error.  One out, top 7th: Collins scored tying run on Wolfe double.  One out in the Bulldog 9th: Ortega singled, Moses singled to center; Stiglich walked, loading the bases; Ortega scored on Hall single.
  Virginia 6, Virginia Tech 5.  Down 5-0 after five, Cavaliers scored 3 in 6th and 3 in 7th.  Ward drove in 2 runs for Hokies intop 2nd.  In Tech 4th, McGarva belted 2-run homer.  After Tech left 2 on top 6th, UVA scored three runs.  Harris singled, one out, Hawkins singled, Harris scored on fielding error.  Javaris rbi triple; Roark relieved Harrell, leading 5-2.  Williams singled, rbi. 5-3.  Top 7th: Kujawa singled, stranded.  Bottom: Pittman singled; with one out, Harris walked; runners advanced on Skinkis groundout; Hawkins walked, loading bases; Javara walked, rbi; ame tied; Harrell returned, relieving Roark.  Wil;liams singled in the winniing run.  Virginia Tech 31-13/8-7.  Virginkia 21-23/4-10.
Arizona State 2, UCLA 0.  Bruins had 4 hits, left only 2 runners on base.  Best scoring chance in 2nd, after singles by Yudin, Tiamalu, wiped out by double play.  Sun Devils score both runs bottom 3rd.  One out, Johnson walked; Boyd doubled; Castillo walked with 2 out; Donnenwirth singled in both runs.  Arizona State is 38-5. 5-3.  UCLA 29-8/5-3.
Louisiana Lafayette swept Middle Tennessee 11-0 (5), 9-1 (6).  Ashley Brignac won both games, improving to 21-3.  Orgeron homered in each game, now has 17 dingers.  Bridges hit her 17th in Game Two.
Arizona 13, Washington 5 (5).  Schutzler led off Wildcat 1st with triple, scored on Lastrapes sac fly.  Huskies left 2 top 2nd.  Arizona took command with 7 runs in bottom.  Arriola walked, later scored on wild pitch; Koria scored on Bryan single, UW put Jones in circle.  Schutzler rbi double; Buchanan singled; Del Ponte walked, loading the bases; Chambers jacked a grand slam.  Down 8-0, the Huskies came back with four.  In order, Wagner, Williams, Hayward and Pohlman singled (2 rbi for Pohlman); Salling walked, Ingelsby rbi single; Pohlman scored on Stuart fielder’s choice.  Rally ended  on double play.  Huskies edged closer in 4th on Pohlman rbi single.  Ingelsby took over to pitch the 4th, and was greeted by a Del Ponte homer.  Rbi’s by Lavine and Bryan made the score 11-5. After Fowler relieved Babcock, Salling was hbp but Arizona got the three outs.  UofA hit the run-rule with 2 runs in 5th.   Del Ponte and Chambers hit back to back home runs.  Arizona 35-8/6-2.  Washington 30-5/5-3.

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UMKC Tournament–Kansas City, Mo.

South Dakota 5, North Dakota 2

UMKC 2, South Dakota 0

UMKC 4, North Dakota 3


Virginia 6, Virginia Tech 5
WP Melanie Mitchell.  LP Kenzie Roark

Florida State swept  Boston College 7-1, 11-4

North Carolina State vs Maryland 1:00 PM College Park, Md.//DH rained out

Georgia Tech 6, North Carolina 4
WP Lindsey Anderson.  LP Lori Spingola

Georgia Tech 7, North Carolina 5
WP Lindsey Anderson.  LP Lori Spingola

America East

Albany swept  Maine 3-1, 12-7

Hartford 5, Stony Brook 3
Stony Brook 2,  Hartford 1

Binghamton vs UMBC 1:00 PM Baltimore, Md.//DH rained out; DH Sunday

Atlantic 10

Fordham 7,  Charlotte 3

Massachusetts vs Dayton 12:00 PM Dayton, Ohio//rained out

St. Louis swept  St. Bonaventure 5-3, 4-3
Hannah Huebbe won both games

Atlantic Sun

Stetson 6, Lipscomb 1
Lipscomb 4,  Stetson 1

Jacksonville swept Campbell 1-0, 2-1 (9)

Florida Gulf Coast 6, Belmont 0
Belmont 7,  Florida Gulf Coast 4

Kennesaw State swept  East Tennessee State 8-0 (6), 7-6

South Carolina-Upstate swept  Mercer 3-1, 5-2

Big 10

Indiana 4, Wisconsin 3 (8)
WP Morgan Melloh. 21K.  LP Cassandra Darrah

Purdue 7,  Ohio State 0
WP Suzie Rzegocki 3-hitter.  LP Kansa Medrano

Michigan vs Illinois 2:00 PM Champaign, Ill.//rained out; DH Sunday

Iowa 10, Northwestern 8 (8)
WP Kayla Massey.  LP Sammy Albanese

Minnesota 1, Penn State 0
WP Sara Moulton.  LP Jackie Hill

Big 12

 Baylor 9,  Kansas 3
WP Whitney  Canion.  LP Alex Jones

Texas 3, Iowa State 0
WP Blaire Luna 2H,11K.  LP Rachel Zabriskie

Oklahoma State 2,  Texas Tech 1 (8)
WP Kat Espinosa.  LP Kelsey Dennis

Missouri 3, Oklahoma 2 (9)
WP Chelsea Thomas.  LP Keilani Ricketts

 Texas A&M 3, Nebraska 0
WP Melissa Dumezich.  LP Ashley Hagemann

Big East

Rutgers 8, Providence 1
Rutgers 10,  Providence 1

Connecticut 9, Pittsburgh 3
Pittsburgh 11, Connecticut

Syracuse swept Villanova 2-0, 10-1 (5)
Jenna Caira won both games, 2 hits each

South Florida 17,  Seton Hall 0 (5)

St. John’s vs Georgetown 12:00 PM Washington, D.C.//DH rained out

 Notre Dame 8, Louisville 5
WP Laura Winter  LP Tori Collins

Louisville vs Notre Dame 2:00 PM South Bend, Ind.//ppd to April 17th

Big South

Liberty 11, Gardner-Webb 8 (8)

Charleston Southern vs Winthrop 2:00 PM Rock Hill, S.C.//DH rained out

Coastal Carolina vs Radford 2:00 PM Radford, Va.//DH rained out

Big West

Santa Barbara swept UC Riverside 3-0, 7-5

 CS-Fullerton swept  Cal Poly 3-2, 3-0

Pacific 9,  CS-Northridge 7

CS-Northridge 5, Pacific 3

Long Beach State 10, UC Davis 0 (%)
WP Erin Wesley Jones.  LP Alex Holmes
Long Beach State 2, UC Davis 1
WP Brooke Turner.  LP Alex Holmes


Hempstead, N.Y.
Hofstra 11  James Madison 3   (6 inn)
WP-Olivia Galati  (17-6)  LP-Olivia McPherson  (10-7)
Hofstra 16  James Madison 6   (5 inn)
WP-Olivia Galati  (18-6)  LP-Brittany Jeans  (5-9)

Wilmington, N.C.
Drexel 3  UNC-Wilmington 2
WP-Hillary Allen  (7-9)  LP-Amanda Aditays  (5-11)
Drexel 6  UNC-Wilmington 5
WP-Shelby Taylor  (4-9)  LP-Samme Lisowsky  (2-13)

Atlanta, Ga.
Georgia State 12  Delaware 1   (5 inn)
WP-Alana Thomas  (6-6)  2-Hitter  LP-Anne Marie Pagano  (4-5)
Georgia State 8  Delaware 0   (5 inn)
WP-McCall Langford  (10-8)  3-Hitter  LP-Kathleen Conway  (2-8)

 Towson, Md.  — Rained Out – DH Sunday
George Mason vs Towson 1:00 PM

Conference USA

Central Florida swept  Marshall 5-4 6-5 (8)

East Carolina 3,   UAB 2
UAB 2, East Carolina 0

Southern Mississippi swept UTEP 10-0 (5), 11-10 (10)

Houston 9,  Tulsa 1
Houston 2, Tulsa 0
WP Amanda Crabtree 2-hitter 13 Ks.  LP Aimee Creger


Valparaiso vs Youngstown State 1:00 PM Youngstown, Ohio//DH ppd

Loyola vs Cleveland State 1:00 PM Cleveland, Ohio//DH ppd

Butler swept Wisconsin-Green Bay 4-0, 2-0

Detroit vs Illinois-Chicago 1:00 PM Chicago, Ill.//DH ppd


Harvard swept  Brown 8-0, 9-0

Dartmouth swept  Yale 2-1, 9-1

Cornell 2,  Columbia 1
Cornell vs Columbia 2:30 PM New York, N.Y.//ppd

Princeton vs Penn 12:30 PM Philadelphia, Pa.
Princeton vs Penn 2:30 PM Philadelphia, Pa.


Bowling Green vs Toledo 2:00 PM Toledo, Ohio//ppd

Miami 6,  Eastern Michigan 0

Ball State vs Central Michigan 2:00 PM Mount Pleasant, Mich.//ppd

Ohio vs Western Michigan 2:00 PM Kalamazoo, Mich.//ppd

Akron vs Northern Illinois 2:00 PM DeKalb, Ill.//ppd

Metro Atlantic

Fairfield swept Canisius 3-0, 4-3

Siena 3,  Manhattan 2
Manhattan 13, Siena 1 (5)

Iona swept Niagara 4-1, 9-6

Marist swept  Saint Peter’s 8-0, 7-3


Maryland-Eastern Shore vs Morgan State 12:00 PM Baltimore, Md.

Maryland-Eastern Shore vs Morgan State 2:00 PM Baltimore, Md.

South Carolina State vs Norfolk State 1:00 PM Norfolk, Va.

South Carolina State vs Norfolk State 3:00 PM Norfolk, Va.

North Carolina A&T vs Florida A&M 1:00 PM Tallahassee, Fla.

North Carolina A&T vs Florida A&M 3:00 PM Tallahassee, Fla.

Coppin State vs Delaware State 2:00 PM Dover, Del.

Coppin State vs Delaware State 4:00 PM Dover, Del.

Howard vs Hampton 2:00 PM Hampton, Va.

Howard vs Hampton 4:00 PM Hampton, Va.

Missouri Valley

Southern Illinois 16,  Indiana State 14

Southern Illinois vs Indiana State 2:00 PM Terre Haute, Ind.

Illinois State 8,  Evansville 0 (5)

Illinois State vs Evansville 2:00 PM Evansville, Ind.

Missouri State 10,  Bradley 1

Missouri State vs Bradley 2:00 PM Peoria, Ill.

Drake swept Northern Iowa 3-2, 3-2

Wichita State swept Creighton 3-2, 6-5 (8)

Mountain West

New Mexico 13,  Colorado State 5

San Diego State 1, BYU 0 (8)
WP Bailey Micetich  LP Paige Affleck

Utah 14,  UNLV 1 (5)


Bryant vs Mount St. Mary’s 12:00 AM Emmitsburg, Md.//DH rained out

Long Island swept  Quinnipiac 1-0, 11-6

Central Connecticut vs Wagner 1:00 PM Staten Island, N.Y.//DH rained out

Sacred Heart vs Saint Francis 1:00 PM Loretto, Pa//DH rained out.

Ohio Valley

Morehead State 9, Tennessee State 1 (6)

Morehead State 12  Tennessee State 4   (5 inn)

Richmond, Ky.

SIU-Edwardsville 8  Eastern Kentucky 4 

SIU-Edwardsville 7  Eastern Kentucky 5

Jacksonville, Ala.

Jacksonville State 5  Austin Peay 2

Jacksonville State 5  Austin Peay 0

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Southeast Missouri 10  Murray State 9   (8 inn)

Southeast Missouri 11  Murray State 4

Charleston, Ill.

Eastern Illinois 4  Tennessee-Martin 1


Stanford 8, Oregon State 1
WP Ashley Chinn.  LP Paige Hall.  S Teagan Gerhart

 California 2, Oregon 0
WP Jolene Henderson.  LP Sam Skillingstad

Arizona 13, Washington 5 (5)
WP Shelby Babcock.  LP Bryana Walker

Arizona State 2, UCLA 0
WP Mackenzie Popeacue.  LP Jessica Hall

Pacific Coast

Portland State vs Idaho State 12:00 PM Pocatello, Idaho

Portland State vs Idaho State 2:00 PM Pocatello, Idaho

San Diego 9, CS Bakersfield 1

CS Bakersfield vs San Diego 2:00 PM San Diego, Calif.

Loyola Marymount vs Santa Clara 12:00 PM Santa Clara, Calif.

Loyola Marymount vs Santa Clara 2:00 PM Santa Clara, Calif.

Saint Mary’s vs Sacramento State 12:00 PM Sacramento, Calif.

Saint Mary’s vs Sacramento State 2:00 PM Sacramento, Calif.

Utah Valley vs Seattle 12:00 PM Seattle, Wash.

Utah Valley vs Seattle 2:00 PM Seattle, Wash.

Northern Colorado vs Weber State 12:00 PM Ogden, Utah

Northern Colorado vs Weber State 2:00 PM Ogden, Utah


Bucknell vs Holy Cross 12:00 PM Worcester, Mass.

Bucknell vs Holy Cross 2:00 PM Worcester, Mass.

Army vs Lafayette 12:00 PM Easton, Pa.

Army vs Lafayette 2:00 PM Easton, Pa.

Lehigh 13,  Colgate 6

Lehigh vs Colgate 2:00 PM Hamilton, N.


Fayetteville, Ark.
South Carolina 7,  Arkansas 3
Arkansas 2, South Carolina

Auburn, Ala.
Florida 14,  Auburn 4
WP Hannah Rogers.  LP Lauren Schmalz

Florida 8,  Auburn 2
WP Stephanie Brombacher.  LP Angel Bunner.  S Hannah Rogers

Georgia 10, Mississippi 1 (5
WP Sarah McCloud 3-hitter.  LP Brittany Barnhill

Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Alabama 6, Mississippi State 2
WP Kelsi Dunne 3-hitter.  LP Stephanie Becker 2HR
Alabama 13, Mississippi State 3
WP-Jackie Traina (16-3)  LP-Kylie Vry (8-11)

 Tennessee 11, LSU 0
WP Ivy Renfroe 4H.  LP Rachele Fico


Greensboro, N.C.

Appalachian State 6  UNC-Greensboro 2

Appalachian State vs UNC-Greensboro 3:00 PM Greensboro, N.C.  D.H. Sunday


Charleston, S.C.

College of Charleston 3  #36 Chattanooga 0

College of Charleston 5  #36 Chattanooga 1

Stateboro, Ga.

Georgia Southern 9  Furman 1  (6 inn)

Georgia Southern 1  Furman 0  (8 inn)

Birmingham, Ala.

Samford 3  Elon 2

Elon 7  Samford 1


Texas State vs Nicholls State 1:00 PM Thibodeaux, La.

Texas State vs Nicholls State 3:00 PM Thibodeaux, La.

Texas-Arlington 3,  Stephen F. Austin 2

Texas-Arlington vs Stephen F. Austin 3:00 PM Nacogdoches, Texas

Texas A&M-CC vs Sam Houston State 1:00 PM Huntsville, Texas

Texas A&M-CC vs Sam Houston State 3:00 PM Huntsville, Texas

Central Arkansas vs Texas-San Antonio 1:00 PM San Antonio, Texas

Central Arkansas vs Texas-San Antonio 3:15 PM San Antonio, Texas

Southeastern Louisiana vs Northwestern State 2:00 PM Natchitoches, La.

Southeastern Louisiana vs Northwestern State 4:00 PM Natchitoches, La.


Southern vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff 12:00 PM Pine Bluff, Ark.

Southern vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff 2:00 PM Pine Bluff, Ark.

Grambling State vs Texas Southern 12:00 PM Houston, Texas

Grambling State vs Texas Southern 2:00 PM Houston, Texas

Jackson State vs Alabama A&M 1:00 PM Normal, Ala.

Jackson State vs Alabama A&M 3:00 PM Normal, Ala.

Alabama State vs Mississippi Valley State 1:00 PM Itta Bena, Miss.

Alabama State vs Mississippi Valley State 3:00 PM Itta Bena, Miss.


Oakland 7, Southern Utah 4

Macomb, Ill.

North Dakota State vs Western Illinois 3:00 PM

North Dakota State vs Western Illinois 5:00 PM

IPFW vs Centenary 1:00 PM Shreveport, La.

South Dakota State vs IUPUI 3:00 PM Indianapolis, Ind.

South Dakota State vs IUPUI 5:00 PM Indianapolis, Ind.

Sun Belt

Troy 3, Florida Atlantic 2
Florida Atlantic 10,  Troy 2

Louisiana-Lafayette 11, Middle Tennessee 0 (5)
WP Ashley Brignac  LP Caty Jutson//Orgeron hit 16th homer

Louisiana-Lafayette 9, Middle Tennessee 1 (6)
WP Ashley Brignac.  LP Janele Robinson

Louisiana-Monroe 7, North Texas 2

North Texas 8, Louisiana-Monroe 1

Western Kentucky 5,  Florida International 4

Florida International 7, Western Kentucky 1


Hawai’i 4, Louisiana Tech 0
Louisiana Tech 1,  Hawai’i 0

Boise State 10,  Utah State 1
Utah State 7, Boise State 6

New Mexico State swept  Nevada 10-2 (5), 12-9

Fresno State 2, San Jose State 1 (9)
WP Mackenzie Oakes.  LP Janessa Gutierrez
Fresno State 6, San Jose State 1
WP Michelle Moses.  LP Jennifer Ames

Non Conference

Bethune-Cookman 10, North Carolina Central 2 (5)

North Carolina Central vs Bethune-Cookman 3:00 PM Daytona Beach, Fla.

Kentucky 9, Tennessee Tech 0 (5)
WP Lauren Cumbess.  LP Claudia Harke

Kentucky 4, Tennessee Tech 3

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