4-27-2012 Friday April 27 D1 Scoreboard



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hitting and pitching stats upgraded to 4/22

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1,  California def UCLA 3-0

2.  Arizona State def Washington 18-1(5)/DH

3.  Alabama def Arkansas 13-6

4.  Florida upset by Kentucky2-0

5.  Oklahoma

6.  Tennessee  def Ole Miss 5-1

7. Louisiana-Lafayette

8.  Texas

9.  Louisville

10. Missouri def Iowa State 9-0

11. Arizona lost to Oregon 11-7

12. Georgia def LSU 1-0 (15)

13. Washington run-ruled by Arizona State 18-1 (5)

14. UCLA lost to California 3-0.

15. Oregon def Arizona 11-7

16. Texas A&M  

17. Hawaii vs Fresno State//Bulldogs leading 3-0 top 4th

18. South Florida

19. North Carolina

20. Florida State

21. Stanford

22. Michigan

23. Oregon State def Utah 10-2

24. Texas Tech def Kansas 3-1

25. LSU  edged by Georgia 1-0 (15)



Kentucky 2, Florida 0.  WP Chanda Rogers.  LP Hannah Rogers.  Each team had 4 hits.  Wildcats 3rd:  Two out, Cervantes homered.  Dill  reached on an error at short; advanced to 2nd on the throw.  Riley singled to right field, rbi.  The Gators, who stranded four, had difficulty mustering runs against LSU in their last series, winning 2-1 (8) after coming within a strike of losing 1-0 in regulation, then lost the second game 1-0.Kentucky 25-26/11-12.  Florida is 42-7/19-4.

California 3, UCLA 0.  WP Jolene Henderson.  LP Jessica Hall.  Three hits each.  Hall had 11Ks, Henderson 9.  One out, bottom 3rd, Echevarria hbp; Reid reached on a fielder’s choice, Echevarria advanced on error at short.  Decker singled, 2 rbi.  The Bruins stranded six runners, two in the top 7th.  Cal scored its final run bottom 6th; Arioto singled, Williams doubled, Arioto scored on Cordes sac fly.  Cal is 43-3.  UCLA is 33-13.

Tennessee 5, Ole Miss 1.  WP Ellen Renfroe.  LP Kendall Bruning.  s Ivy Renfroe.  E$llen Renfre issued 3 walks, top 1st; Doomber scored on a wild pitch; the Rebels left 2 on.  Bottom 3rd: Chavanne rbi single; Shipman doubled in 2 runs.  Gibson singled in 2 runs bottom 5th.  Vols left bases loaded in the 6th. Vols 42-9/20-8.  Ole Miss 17-30/4-19.

Auburn 1, South Carolina 0. The Tigers won on Amber Harrison’s homer in the 4th.  Auburn 29-19/8-1.  UDC 23-27/3-20.

Georgia 1, LSU 0 (15).  In the 15th, Sandberg walked on nine pitches, and advanced to 2nd on Razey’s groundout.  Griffin reached on an error at 1st, Sandberg scored. The Bulldogs backed Erin Arevalo with 8 hits.  The Tigers had just 1 hit behind Rachele Fico.  Arevalo struck out 11, Fico 13.  Both went the distance.

Arizona State 18, Washington 1.  WP Dallas Escobedo.The Sun Devils racked 10 runs off Whitney Jones, with 1 homer; and 8 runs off starter Kasey Stanchek including 3 round-trippers.  ASU pounded out 13 hits to 1 for UW.  ASU led 8-1 after four, then scored 10 runs top 5th.  Bottom 4th, Pohlman scored on an Inglesby rbi.  For ASU: Katelyn Boyd had 2 homers and 6 rbi.  Johnson (3 rbi) and Lockwood  (3 rbi) also homered.  Boyd had a 2-run shot in the 2nd then crushed a grand slam in the 5th.

Alabama 13, Arkansas 6.  WP Jackie Traina.  LP Cohen.  The Crimson Tide improved to 44-4/20-3.  Note that Bama scored 13 runs on 7 hits; Arkansas scored 6 runs on 8 hits.  The major blow was a 3-run homer by Amanda Locke.  The Tide scored 5 in th1st, 2 in the 2nd, then 5 in the 5th.

Oregon 11, Arizona 7.  WP Jessica Moore.  LP Kenzie Fowler.  Ducks led 8-3 after three innings.  Cuico jacked a grand slam, top 1st.  Wildcats answered with 3, an rbi double by DelPonte, a home run by Koria.  Nieto blasted a grand slam in the Ducks 3rd.  Goodacre led the Wildcats 4th with a solo shot.  Bryan scored for Arizona on a sac fly in the 6th.  But Oregon expanded its lead with 3 runs in the 7th on rbi singles by Peterson, Melick and Howard.  Koria hit her second homer in the 7th, a 2-run shot.  The Arizona rally ended on a double play.Oregon is 34-12/10-7.  Arizona is 31-13/8-8.


Spy draws on various sources to compile a comprehensive list of daily games, including Ultimate College Softball, ESPN/NCAA, softballscoresnow, Gametracker and reports by teams.  Spy has used the UCS format for years, and finds it the most reliable, but has been compiling its own schedule from multiple sources the last few weeks.  Spy adds games and especially scores from other sources.


Note: not all games  below are conference matchups, so you may find a team’s score in a different area




Alabama A&M 0, Jackson St 8

Alabama 13, Arkansas 6

Arizona State 18, Washington 1 (5)

Arkansas Pine Bluff vs Southern

Auburn def South Carolina 1-0

Baylor def Oklahoma State 4-2

Brown 8, Yale 2/DH Brown 10-1

Campbell 6, Liberty 7/DH Campbell 9-6

Charlotte 2, Rhode Island 0/Charlotte 8-0

Colorado State vs UNLV


Dayton 0, Fordham 11/DH Dayton 2-1

Eastern Michigan 5, Akron 4/DH Akron 4-3

Fresno State vs Hawaii


Georgia 1, LSU 0 (15)

Kent State 7, Ball State 3/DH Ball State 5-1

Kentucky def Florida 2-0


McNeese State 3, Texas A&M CC 2

Miami OH 3, Buffalo 0/DH Buffalo 3-0

Mississippi Valley State vs Alabama State

Missouri 9, Iowa State 0


Nevada 5, Louisiana Tech 1

New Mexico 5, Boise State 8

Nicholls State 6, UTSA 3

North  Dakota State vs South Dakota State/DH

Northern  Illinois 4, Bowling Green 3/DH Bowling Green 15-2


Ohio 10, Central Michigan 6/DH Central Michigan 3-1

Ole Miss 1, Tennessee 5

Oregon State def Utah 10-2

Oregon vs Arizona

Pennsylvania 5, Columbia 1/DH Penn 9-1 (5)


Saint Louis 5, Temple 6

Sam Houston State 6, TX Arlington 1

San Jose State vs BYU

Stephen F Austin 7, SE Louisiana 5

Texas Southern 9, Grambling State 1

Texas State 9, Northwestern State 0

Texas Tech 3, Kansas 1

Toledo 2, Western Michigan 1/DH Western Michigan 11-3

UCLA 0, California 3

Utah State 1, New Mexico State 4

Western  Illinois vs South Dakota/DH



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