4-28-2012 Saturday April 28 D1 Scoreboard

Saturday April 28 D1 Scoreboard

 

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TOP 25 ESPN USA SOFTBALL POLL APRIL 24

1,  California def UCLA 8-0 (6)

2.  Arizona State def Washington 6-3

3.  Alabama upset by Arkansas 8-1

4.  Florida def Kentucky 5-0

5.  Oklahoma def  Central Arkansas 8-0 (6)

6.  Tennessee def Ole Miss 9-0 (5)/perfect game for Ivy Renfroe

7. Louisiana-Lafayette 4, Western Kentucky 1/DH ULL 2-1

8.  Texas def Texas A&M 7-6

9.  Louisville

10. Missouri def Iowa State 8-0

11. Arizona  vs Oregon//Ducks leading 10-6 in 6th

12. Georgia  def LSU 6-1

13. Washington def by Arizona State 6-3

14. UCLA def by California 8-0 (6)

15. Oregon vs Arizona//Ducks leading 10-6 in 6th

16. Texas A&M def by Texas 7-6

17. Hawaii def Fresno State 1-0 (11)/DH

18. South Florida swept Villanova 2-0, 4-1

19. North Carolina

20. Florida State

21. Stanford

22. Michigan upset by Illinois 5-1 (8)/DH

23. Oregon State def by Utah 8-6

24. Texas Tech def Kansas 4-1/DH Kansas 5-4

25. LSU lost to Georgia 6-1

 

GAME NOTES

Georgia vs LSUCorrection.  In Friday’s 15 inning marathon which Georgia won 1-0, WP Erin Arevalo had 15 strikeouts, 1 hit, while Rachele Fico had 13 strikeouts while stranding 16 Bulldogs.  The tdwo pitchers combined for 440 pitches.

Hawaii 11, Fresno State 3.  Too late for Friday’s post.  Hawaii scored 9 runs in the 5th.  Fresno State had led 3-2, thanks to Courtney Moore’s 3-run homer.

Arkansas 8, Alabama 1.  WP Beasley 2-hitter.  LP Locke.  Major SEC upset.  Lady Backs bottom 1st on Navarro 2-run homer. Bama loaded bases top 2nd, Lunceford scored when Conley hbp.  Tide left bases loaded.  Bottom 4th: Wallace jacked a 3-run homer, 5-1.  After Bama left 2 on, top 5th, Arkansas scored in bottom on Rambo’s solo shot.  Jury relieved Locke.  Bottom 6th: Lady Backs Wallace hit their fourth homer, a 2-run shot.  Alabama 44-4/20-4.  Arkansas 25-23/6-18.

Texas 7, Texas A&M 6.  WP Rachel Fox.  LP Mel Dumezich.  Each was tagged for a round-tripper.  Aggies led 5-1 for four innings.  Top 2nd: TAMU’s Garza scored on Walker double; in bottom; bases loaded, Taylor scored for Texas on Ogle’s fielder’s choice; Horns left 2 on.  Top 5th: Morgan led off with solo, TAMU lead now 6-1.  But, Horns rallied for four in bottom.  Thom walked, Ogle doubled, Thom scored on Smith sac fly; Hoagland slugged 2-run homer; Washington, Bennett  and Taylor hit successive singles; bases loaded, Schmidt singled, rbi.  Horns left bases loaded, down 6-5.  Aggies left 2 on in 6th and 2 on in 7th.  Bottom 7th: Bennett walked, advanced on Taylor sac, Scott walked; both advanced on wild pitch; Schmidt smacked a 2-run double to win the game.  Texas 38-8.  Texas A&M 33-15.

Oklahoma 8, Central Arkansas 0 (6).  WP Keilani Ricketts.  LP Cami Newsome.  Strong Ricketts effort: 1 hit, 13 Ks.  Quiet until top 4th when Sooners scored two.  Two out, Ricketts walked, Shults homered.  OU scored 3 in 5th on rbi by Sampson, Martinez and Chamberlain.  Oklahoma added 3 in the 6th, rbi by Sampson, Allen 2-run double.  OU 40-7.  Central Arkansas 35-19.  This was the final non-conference game for the Sooners, who ended their non-conference slate 26-3.  Ricketts is now 25-6, and has pitched 17 games with at least 10 strikeouts.

California 8, UCLA 0 (6).  WP Valerie Arioto, 4H.  LP Jessica Hall, 7H, 10K.  Bottom 3rd; Echevarria doubled, J Reid singled; scored on error at 3rd, the first of three by the Bruins.  UCLA stranded 2 in 4th.  The Bears rolled out the wood in the 5th, scoring 6 times.  J Reid doubled,  one out, Arioto walked; Williams doubled, rbi; D Henderson walked; Cordes reached on a fielder’s choice, Arioto scored on an error by the catcher; Jolene Henderson singled in 2 runs.  Carda relieved Hall, striking out E Reid to end the inning.  The Bruins stranded 2 more in the 6th, while the Bears added a score for the run-rule, Decker scoring on a wild pitch.  Cal is 44-3.  UCLA is 33-14.

Virginia Tech 5, Georgia Tech 2/DH Georgia Tech 5-0.  Eleven of the 12 runs scored resulted from home runs; 7 in the 2 games.

Tennessee 9, Ole Miss 0 (5).  WP Ivy Renfroe. Perfect Game.  LP Erinn Jayjohn.  Vols 3rd: Chavanne, Dotson singled; Chavanne scored on Shipman sac fly; Dotson scored on Gibson sac fly; Burchell doubled; on a 3-2 count, Davin slugged a 2-run homer over center.  4-0.  Two on, two out, bottom 4th; Gibson singled, rbi.  Runners advanced on a wild pitch; Dotson scoring. Burchell hbp  Davin closed out the run rule with a 3-run homer, her fifth rbi.  Tennessee 43-9/23-6.  Ole Miss  17-31/4-20.

Florida 5, Kentucky 0.  WP Lauren Haeger.  LP Ellen Weaver.  The Gators forced Weaver out after 1 inning.  Bottom 1st: Moultrie led off with a solo HR.  S Fagan reached on an error; one out, Castro homered, 3-0.  Bottom 2nd, Rachel Riley pitching; Medina reached on an error, scored on Moultrie single.  Gators 3rd: Horton doubled; two out, Medina rbi double.  5-0.  Florida 43-7/20-4.  Kentucky 25-27/11-13.

 Illinois 5, Michigan 1 (8).  WP Pepper Gay.  LP Sara Driesenga.  One for the books: all the runs scored in the 8th.  Illinois top 8th:  one out, Sanchez singled.  Sampson walked on four pitches.  Booker singled, bases loaded.  Davis reached on a fielder’s choice, rbi; Sanchez scored.  Hackett singled up the middle, rbi.  Perkins jacked a 2-2 pitch for a 3-run homer.  Down 5-0, the Wolverines went out, single, out, single; Sappingfeld singled in the UM run.  Chidester popped to short, stranding two.  UM 32-14/12-4.  Illinois 22-22/6-10.

Kansas 5, Texas Tech 4.  The Raiders won the first game 4-1, and were leading in the second game 4-3d into the bottom of the 7th when the Jayhawks scored 2 runs.  Montgomery led off the KU 2nd with a homer.  Tech responded top 3rd with 3 runs; Hall’s rbi double, and a 2-run single by Perez.  Richardson homered with one out, top 6th, 4-3 Tech.  Bottom 7th: after Tech left 2 on, Kansas won; Moyer led off with a single; Hull doubled, rbi; Stein walked; Montgomery singled in the winning run.

Georgia 6, LSU 1.  WP Tess Sito.  LP Brittany Mack.  Georgia ripped off three first-inning runs. With the win, Georgia (38-12, 15-9 SEC) moves into sole possession of fourth place and inches one game ahead of LSU (33-18, 14-10 SEC) in the overall SEC standings. Tess Sito went 5.1 innings and surrendered one run on two hits to improve to 9-1 on the season. She recorded three strikeouts and notched a 2-for-4 effort at the plate with a run scored. Brittany Mack was dealt the loss and yielded six runs, four earned, on eight hits. She garnered seven strikeouts and fell to 14-9 for the season.

ASU 6, Washington 3.  WP Mackenzie Popescue.  LP Kaitlin Inglesby. UW held a 3-2 lead going into the 7th.  Top 7th, one out, Afusia singled to center.  Haro singled to Inglesby.  Wigness and  Boyd reached, and Johnson crushed a grand slam.  ASU 41-5.  UW 36-13.

Hawaii 1, Fresno State 0 (11).  WP Kaia Parnaby.  LP Michelle Moses.  Parnaby had 10K, Moses 9.  Moses was tagged for 4 hits, but the game was decided in the 11th by Wartner’s leadoff, walkoff home run.

Utah 8, Florida State 6.  WP Mariah Ramirez.  LP Marina Demore.  First Pac 12 win for Utah.  The Utes were in command wire to wire, leading 5-1 after two, 8-4 after four.  The 4-0 lead bottom 1st was capped by Dickman’s 2-run homer.  Tia Patsuni also homered for Utah, and had 3 rbi.  Oregon State 32-16/7-9.  Utah 26-22/1-16.

 


NATIONAL SCOREBOARD
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

America East

Maine 7, UMBC 1/DH Maine 9-1

Hartford 0, Boston U 1/DH Boston 11-1

Stony Brook 0, Binghamton 3/DH Stony Brook 2-1

 

Atlantic 10

George Washington 17, St Bonaventure 0 (6)/DH GW 9-0

Charlotte 8, Rhode Island 0/DH Rhode Island 4-3

St Louis 7, Temple 3

 

Atlantic Coast

Maryland swept Boston College 4-3, 4-1

NC State 14, Virginia 4 (5)/DH Virginia 2-0

Virginia Tech 5, Georgia Tech 2/DH Georgia Tech 5-0

 

Atlantic Sun

Mercer swept by Kennesaw State 9-1, 7-3

 

Big 12

Texas Tech 4, Kansas 1/DH Kansas 5-4

Missouri 8, Iowa State 0

Baylor 1, Oklahoma State 0/DH Oklahoma State 2-0

Texas A&M 6, Texas 7

Oklahoma 8, Central Arkansas 0 (6)

 

Big East

DePaul 4, Seton Hall 3 (9)/DH DePaul 4-2

Georgetown 0, Louisville 4/DH Louisville 11-0 (5)

Notre Dame 5, Providence 3/DH Notre Dame 8-4

St John’s 4, Rutgers 3/DH St John’s 6-5

Syracuse 2, U Conn 0/DH Syracuse 5-2

Villanova 1, South Florida 2/DH USF 4-0

 

Big South

Gardner Webb 4, Radford 1/DH Radford 4-1

Campbell 12, Liberty 7

NC A&T swept by Presbyterian 11-9, 6-0

 

Big Ten

Wisconsin 2, Purdue 7/DH Wisconsin 7-1

Michigan State 3, Nebraska 5/DH Nebraska 3-0

Minnesota 5, Penn State 6/DH Penn State 4-3

Ohio State 6, Northwestern 2/DH ppd

Indiana 1, Iowa 0/DH Iowa 4-0

Illinois 5, Michigan 1 (8)/DH PPD

 

Big West

Cal Poly 1, Pacific 2/DH Pacific 3-2

CS Fullerton 7, CS Northridge 2/DH Northridge 5-2

UC Santa Barbara swept by UC Davis 4-2, 4-3

UC Riverside 4, Long Beach State 10/DH Riverside 1-0

 

Colonial

George Mason 5, Drexel 3/DH Drexel 4-3

Delaware 4, UNC Wilmington 0/DH Delaware 7-0

Hofstra  4, Towson 1/DH Hostra 10-0

James Madison 3, Georgia State 0/DH Georgia State 5-1

Conference USA

Houston swept by Central Florida 4-1, 4-0

Marshall 8, East Carolina 0/DH East Carolina 3-2

UAB swept Southern Mississippi 2-1, 5-1

UTEP 4, Tulsa 12/DH Tulsa 4-2

 

Horizon

Butler 5, Cleveland State 7/DH ppd

Green Bay swept Wright State 2-1, 7-3

Loyola 3, Valparaiso 2/DH Loyola 4-1

UIC vs Youngstown State DH//ppd

 

Independents

Houston Victoria swept Houston Baptist 6-0, 9-1

 

Ivy League

Brown swept by Yale 8-1, 1-0

Cornell 2, Princeton 1/DH Cornell  6-4

Dartmouth 4, Harvard 2/DH Harvard 2-1

Penn swept Columbia 8-2, 11-1 (5)

 

Metro Atlantic

Marist 6, Canisius 2 /DH Canisius 4-3

Manhattan 12, Niagara 4/DH Niagara 10-2

Siena swept by Rider 4-3, 2-1

St Peter’s swept by Iona 2-1, 8-0

 

Mid America

Akron 1, Central Michigan 6

Ball State 9, Buffalo 1

Northern Illinois vs Toledo//ppd

Ohio 6, Eastern Michigan 7

Miami OH 4, Kent State 1

Western Michigan 2, Bowling Green 13 (5)

 

Mid Eastern

Savannah State 3, Bethune Cookman 2/DH BC 6-2

Hampton 9, Coppin State 10/DH Coppin State 5-4

Delaware State swept  Howard 14-6, 12-3 (5)

SC State swept by Florida A&M 7-1, 9-0 (5)

UMES 1, Morgan State 10

NC A&T swept by Presbyterian 11-9, 6-0

 

Missouri Valley

Bradley 9, Wichita State 2/DH Wichita State 8-2

Creighton 1, Illinois State 3/DH  ISU 8-3

Drake 2, Evansville 0 /DH Evansville 6-1

Indiana State 0, Missouri State 1/DH Missouri State 1-0

Northern Iowa 2, Southern Illinois 0/DH SIU 7-1

 

Mountain Wesst

Colorado State 8, UNLV 0 (5)

New Mexico 6, Boise State 8

 

Northeast

Wagner swept by FDU 6-3, 8-7

Bryant swept Sacred Heart 3-1, 2-1

Central Conn State vs St Francis DH//ppd

Monmouth swept Mount St Mary’s 2-1, 7-2

 

Ohio Valley

Eastern Illinois 9, UT Martin 4/DH UT Martin 5-1

Eastern Kentucky 6, SIU Edwardsville 1

Jacksonville State swept by Austin Peay 3-2, 8-2

Morehead State 8, Tennessee State 2/DH Tennessee State 6-3

SE Missouri swept by Murray State 3-1, 10-7

 

Pacific Coast

CS Bakersfield 5, Santa Clara 8/DH CS Bakersfield 8-2

Loyola Marymount swept by St Mary’s 3-2, 5-3

Sacramento State 5, San Diego 7/DH San Diego 4-3

Northern Colorado swept Seattle 7-6, 2-0

Utah Valley awept by  Idaho State 6-1, 6-5

Weber State swept by Portland State 2-0, 2-0

 

Pacific 12

UCLA 0, California 8

Oregon State 6, Utah 8

Arizona State 6, Washington 3

Oregon vs Arizona

 

Patriot

Bucknell 2, Lafayette 0/DH Lafayette 2-1

Holy Cross 5, Colgate 2/DH Colgate 10-2 (5)

Lehigh 0, Army 2/DH Lehigh 6-0

 

Southeastern

Auburn 3, South Carolina 2

Kentucky  0, Florida 5

Alabama 1, Arkansas 8

Ole Miss 0, Tennessee 9

Georgia 6, LSU 1

Tennessee Tech 2, Mississippi State 6/DH MSU 5-1

 

Southern

Appalachian State 8, Samford 8/DH Samford 11-7

Elon swept by Georgia Southern 6-5 (8), 4-0

Furman swept by Chattanooga 2-0, 12-7

Western Carolina swept by UNC Greensboro 8-7, 6-5

 

Southland

McNeese State 1, Texas A&M CC 0

SF Austin 9,  SE Louisiana 1 (5)

Nicholls State 3, UTSA 11 (6)

Sam Houston State 6, UT Arlington 1

Texas State 7, Northwestern State 1

 

Southwestern

Alabama A&M 5, Jackson State 2/DH Jackson State 5-0

Texas Southern swept Grambling State 13-2, 8-3

Arkansas Pine Bluff swept Southern 1-0, 11-0

Mississippi Valley State swept Alabama State 11-4, 6-4

 

Summit

Oakland 0, UMKC 1/DH UMKC 7-0

IPFW swept IUPUI 7-1, 9-4

North Dakota State 6, South Dakota State 2/DH South Dakota State 8-5

Western Illinois swept by South Dakota  2-1, 9-1

 

Sun Belt

Florida International 1, South Alabama 0/DH South Alabama 2-0

Louisiana Lafayette swept Western Kentucky 4-1, 2-1

North Texas swept Troy 3-0, 4-1

Middle Tennessee swept by  Florida Atlantic 9-1 (5), 11-4

 

Western

Nevada 2, Louisiana Tech10/ DH Nevada 5-0

San Jose State swept by BYU 3-2, 10-2

Utah State swept by  New Mexico State 3-0, 7-1

Fresno State 0, Hawaii 1 (11)/DH

 

Other

St Louis 7, temple 5

Delaware 7,, UNC Wilmington 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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