4-27-2011 April 27 D1 Games

APRIL 27 D1 GAMES

NCAA individual & team stats 4-24-2011 have been posted www.spysoftball.org
NCAA RPI stats 4-24-2011  have been posted
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Conference standings 4-24-2011  have been posted
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TOP 25
ESPN/USA Softball Poll 4-26-2011

 1. Arizona State

2. Michigan

3. Texas def Baylor 3-0

4. Georgia def Kennesaw State  6-1

5. Tennessee

6. Alabama

7. Florida

8. Missouri def SIU Edwardsville 10-0 (5)/Perfect Game 

9. California def  Santa Clara 12-0 (5) 

10. Arizona

11. UCLA

12. Washington

13. Stanford

14. Oklahoma def by  Oklahoma State  2-1

15. Kentucky vs Mississippi DH rained out

16. Oregon

17. T Baylor def by  Texas 3-0

17. T Oklahoma State def Oklahoma 2-1

19. Nebraska swept  South Dakota State 9-1 (6), 1-0

20. Georgia Tech

21. Texas A&M

22. Notre Dame swept South Florida 1-0, 5-0

23. LSU def Southern Mississippi 2-0

24. ULL def Northwestern State 10-0 (5)

25. Fresno State

GAME NOTES

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Notre Dame 1, South Florida 0.  Freshman Laura Winter hurled her first no-hitter kto break the Bulls’ five-game winning streak.  Winter notched the first Irish no-hitter since Jody Valdivia in 2010, and the first by a freshman since Kristin Schmidt in 2001. Winter beaned the first USF batter but retired 19 straight – recording the first no-no against USF since Stephanie Brombacher pulled the string in March 2010.  Nevins, who was 7-0 Big East, also pitched a strong game.  Nevins fanned the side in the 1st, retired 3 in the 2nd, and six straight over the next 2 innings.  Nevins had a no-hitter until the 5th; Pitzenberger reached on a one-out bunt; pinch-runner Torres scored on Marrone’s 2-out double.
Notre Dame 5, South Florida 0.  O’Donnell had a no-hitter into the 6th when the Bulls singled.  The Irish scored in the 2nd, Thornton scoring on Jorgensborg’s 2-out double.  Torres scored in the 3rd on an error at short.  Marrone singled in the 4th; Jorgensborg’s sac bunt turned into a 2-run error.  Up 4-0, the Irish loaded the bases, and scored on Miller’s single.
Missouri 10, SIU-Edwardsville 0. Thomas pitched the first 4 perfect innings; Kristin Nottelman the perfect 5th — Missouri’s third perfect game this season.  Kudoes also to the Tigers lineup; 9 hits, no errors.  Mizzou scored two bottom 1st when Fleming doubled in 2 runs.  Tigers loaded bases with  one out in 2nd; Marston singled, 2 rbi.  Taylor scored on Hudson groundout. Tigers doubled their tally with 5 in the 3rd: Lee and Schwarzberge singled, Simmons walked, reloading the bases;  Poet rbi single; Krebs grounded to the pitcher, rbi; Poet and Simmon scored on an error; Marston singled, rbi.  Thomas struck out the side in the 4th.  Nottleman struck out 2 in the 5th.  Missouri 39-6.  SIUE 25-25.
 Texas 3, Baylor 0.  The Bears thwarted Texas offensive sorties for 3 innings; in the 4th, Hooks singled; with 2 out, Craig walked, Bruins singled, rbi; Hoagland singled with bases loaded, Craig scored.  Hooks homered in the 5th.  Texas 43-4.  Baylor 36-11. 
Georgia 6, Kennesaw State 1.  Bases loaded, bottom 1st, Wiggins scored on Razey single.  Trout walked, scored in 2nd on Pauly double.  Bulldogs loaded bases again in 3rd: Couey scored on Trout sac fly.  {ai; reached onan error, Sandberg scored.  Double steal: Pauly stole 2nd, Hubbard stole home.  Georgia 4th: Wiggins singled, stole 2nd, advanced on a wild pitch, scored on Hesson groundout.  Georgia 41-7.  Kennesaw State 28=23.
 Oklahoma State 2,  Oklahoma 1.  The Sooners have now lost to five of the other 9 teams in the Big 12, and this weekend face Texas, undefeated in Big 12 action.  The Cowgirls scored both runs, bottom 2nd.  One out, Ward singled, Brown homered.  OU  stranded 2 in the 1st, one in the 2nd, and left bases loaded in the 3rd, plus one in the 4th, before scoring its run in the 5th on a one-out homer by Nix.  Martinez singled in the 7th but was stranded.  Oklahoma State managed just one base runner after scoring in the 2nd.  Oklahoma State 37-11/8-4.  Oklahoma 34-15/7-7.
LSU 2, Southern Mississippi 0.  LSU has won 17 of  its last 20 games, six in a row.  Fico pitched 4 innings of shutout, Mack finished the last three.  The Tigers scored both runs in the 2nd.  Russell singled to center; pinch runner Boulet stole 2nd and 3rd; Shaw rbi single.  Hayward beat out an infield single; the ball got away from thr shortstop and Shaw scored.  LSU is 32-15.  Southern Miss is 17-30.

 

SCOREBOARDS April 26 2011

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Big 10

West Lafayette, Ind.

Northwestern vs Purdue 3:00 PM//DH rained out

Ames, Iowa

Wisconsin 7,  Iowa 6
Wisconsin 6,  Iowa 3

Columbus, Ohio

Penn State vs Ohio State 5:00 PM//DH rained out/May 11

Champaign, Ill.

Indiana vs Illinois 4:00 PM//DH rained out/reschedule Thursday

Big 12

Waco, Texas

Texas 3, Baylor 0
WP Blaire Luna 3H, 10K.  LP Whitney Canion 6H, HR

Stillwater, Okla.

 Oklahoma State 2,  Oklahoma 1
WP Kat Espinosa  4H, HR.  LP Keilani Ricketts.  S Sarah Odom

Big East

Tampa, Fla.

Notre Dame 1, South Florida 0
WP Laura Winter No Hitter 9K. LP Sara Nevins

Notre Dame 5, South Florida 0
WP Kaitlin O’Donnell 1-hitter.  LP Sara Nevins

Chicago, Ill.

DePaul swept Seton Hall 1-0, 7-6

Storrs, Conn
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Connecticut 10, Providence 0

Providence 4,  Connecticut 3 (8)

Villanova, Pa.

Rutgers 4, Villanova 2
Villanova 2, Rutgers 1

Horizon

Dayton, Ohio  —  Rained Out – Rescheduled for Friday
Butler vs Wright State

Green Bay, Wis.

Illinois-Chicago vs Wisconsin-Green Bay//rained out/DH Thursday/Single Friday

Metro Atlantic

Buffalo, N.Y.

Niagara 1, Canisius 0

Canisius 8, Niagara 3

Missouri Valley

UNI swept Bradley 8-3, 7-3

Illinois State vs Indiana State 4:00 PM Terre Haute, Ind.//rained out

 Des Moines, Iowa

Creighton 2,  Drake 1

SEC

Mississippi vs Kentucky 4:00 PM Lexington, Ky.//DH rained out

Southern

Furman 8, Elon 5

Elon 4,  Furman 1

Southland

Southeastern Louisiana 5,  Nicholls State 4

Non-Conference Games

Longwood vs Campbell 12:00 PM Buies Creek, N.C.//DH rained out

Norfolk State swept Maryland-Eastern Shore 19-1 (5), 3-1 (8)

Stony Brook 2, Quinnipiac 0
Quinnipiac vs Stony Brook 4:00 PM Stony Brook, N.Y.

UNC-Greensboro swept  North Carolina A&T 11-3 (5), 11-3 (6)

Virginia Tech 5,  Liberty 3
WP Jasmin Harrell  LP Katrina Johnson

Virginia Tech vs Liberty 4:00 PM Lynchburg, Va.

Boston College 5, Dartmouth 3
Dartmouth vs Boston College 5:00 PM Chestnut Hill, Mass.

Fairfield 7, Central Connecticut 1

Central Connecticut vs Fairfield 5:00 PM Fairfield, Conn.

Fordham 9, Saint Peter’s 0
Saint Peter’s vs Fordham 5:30 PM Bronx, N.Y.

Iona swept Lafayette 4-0, 8-2

Monmouth vs Rider 3:00 PM Lawrenceville, N.J.

Monmouth vs Rider 5:00 PM Lawrenceville, N.J

Cornell swept Ithaca College 5-2, 6-3

LaSalle 1, Bucknell 0
Bucknell vs La Salle 5:30 PM Philadelphia, Pa.

Buffalo vs St. Bonaventure 4:00 PM St. Bonaventure, N.Y.//rained out

Delaware 6, Penn 2

Penn vs Delaware 6:00 PM Newark, Del.

George Mason 6,  George Washington 4

Jacksonville 11,  Bethune-Cookman 3

Radford 1, Virginia 0
WP Chelsea Kelley  LP Melanie Mitchell  S Kellie Snooks
Radford 5, Virginia 1
WP Stephanie Dameron  LP Stephanie Coates

Oakland 5,  Michigan State 3
Michigan State 8, Oakland 0 (6)

IUPUI vs Southern Indiana 4:00 PM Evansville, Ind.//rained out

Loyola vs Northern Illinois 3:00 PM Dekalb, Ill.

Loyola vs Northern Illinois 5:00 PM Dekalb, Ill.

Missouri 10, SIU-Edwardsville 0
WP Chelsea Thomas Perfect Game 10K.  LP Erika Tayloe

Houston Baptist swept Sam Houston State 7-5, 5-1

Nebraska 9, South Dakota State 1
WP Ashley Hagemann  LP Kon Seidlitz
Nebraska 1, South Dakota State 0
Tatum Edwards 1-hitter, 9K.  LP Pam Nicholson

New Mexico State 11,  Loyola Marymount 2

Maine 8, St. Joseph’s (Maine) 0

Massachusetts 3, Boston 2
WP Sara Plourde 3-hitter, 14K.  LP Erin Schuppert

Maryland 13, Delaware State 0 (5)
WP Kerry Hickey 2-hitter.  LP Casey Beighley

Maryland 3, Delaware State 1
WP Ashely Czechner.  LP Ashlyn Campbell.  S Kerry Hickey

Georgia State vs Samford 4:00 PM Birmingham, Ala.

Georgia State vs Samford 6:00 PM Birmingham, Ala.

Nashville, Tenn.  —  Rained Out

Middle Tennessee vs Tennessee State 4:00 PM//rained out

Memphis vs Tennessee-Martin 4:00 PM Martin, Tenn.//DH rained out

Charleston, Ill.

Indiana State vs Eastern Illinois 4:00 PM//rained out

Northwestern State vs Jackson State 4:00 PM Jackson, Miss.//rained out

Missouri State vs Tulsa 4:00 PM Tulsa, Okla.//rescheduled Thursday

Stephen F. Austin vs North Texas 4:00 PM Denton, Texas//DH rained out

Southern Utah vs Weber State 3:00 PM Ogden, Utah

Southern Utah vs Weber State 5:00 PM Ogden, Utah

Long Island 3, Hofstra 2
 
WP Megan Sheaf  LP Olivia Galati

Tennessee Tech vs Lipscomb 5:00 PM Nashville, Tenn//DH rained out.

Western Kentucky vs Murray State 5:00 PM Murray, Ky.//DH rained out

Kansas 11,  Wichita State 3

Kansas vs Wichita State 7:00 PM Wichita, Kan.

California 12, Santa Clara 0 (5)
WP Arianna Erceg 3-hitter.  LP Jessica Turner

Georgia 6, Kennesaw State 1
WP Morgan Montemayor 2H, 7K.  Abbey Meixel

Jacksonville State vs Alabama State 6:00 PM Montgomery, Ala.//rained out

LSU 2, Southern Mississippi 0
WP Rachele Fico  LP Gabby Luciano  S Brittany Mack

Louisiana-Lafayette 10, Northwestern State 0 (5)
WP Christina Hamilton  LP Kelee Grimes

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