4-29-2011 April 29 D1 Games

APRIL 29 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 def Oregon State  1-0  

2. Michigan    

3. Texas    

4. Georgia def Auburn 6-1    

5. Tennessee def Arkansas 11-1 (6)   

6. Alabama vs Kentucky cancelled   

7. Florida def South Carolina 5-0    

8. Missouri     

9. California def UCLA 7-2     

10. Arizona lost to Oregon 2-0   

11. UCLA lost to California 7-2   

12. Washington lost to  Stanford 2-1    

13. Stanford def Washington  2-1  

14. Oklahoma    

15. Kentucky vs Alabama cancelled   

16. Oregon def Arizona  2-0 

17. T Baylor    

17. T Oklahoma State    

19. Nebraska     

20. Georgia Tech   

21. Texas A&M   

22. Notre Dame    

23. LSU def Mississippi State 4-2    

24. ULL    

25. Fresno State upset by  Boise State 4-3   

GAME NOTES
  

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California 7, UCLA 2.  The Bruins had 7 hits but struggled; no base runners survived (two were caught stealing) until the 5th when Harrison doubled, Udin singled, no outs, but both were left.  Finally, top 7th, UCLA packaged 3 of its 7 hits; DiSalvatore and Harrison singled; DiSalvatore scored on a sac fly by Tiumalu, and Harrison scored on Camuso doubled.   Meanwhile, Cal was coasting on a 3-run advantage  from the 2nd to the 6th. Bottom 2nd: with 2 out, Wallace hbp; E Reid singled; J Reid safe on a fielder’s choice, loading the bases; Vonk singled, rbi, Williams singled, 2 rbi.   Bottom 3rd: Ziegenhirt and Decker singled; Kerr struck out the side.  Bottom 6th: Wallace walked, E Reid singled, J Reid singled, loading the bases again; Wallace was out at home on a fielder’s choice; Williams singled, 2 rbi.  Destiny Rodino relieved Kerr.  Echavarria singled, rbi.  Williams scored on an error at 3rd.    Cal 32-9.  UCLA 31-11.
 Boise State 4, Fresno State 3. 
The loss put the Bulldogs 1.5 games behind New Mexico State with five games left in WAC action.  Top 1st: Fresno State took lead; Gilleland walked; went to 2nd on a passed ball; advanced on Ortega single, scored on Stiglich sac fly.  The Bulldogs scored twice in the 2nd; Moore scored on Ortiz double, Ortiz scored on Gilleland single.  Bridges slugged a solo for Boise State, bottom 2nd.  Boise State tied game with 2 out in 3rd.  Bourke singled, both scored on a throwing error at 3rd.  Boise State took the lead when Crump opened the 4th with a home run.  Boise State 30-15/13-3.  FSU 29-12/13-3.
Florida 5,  South Carolina 0.  The Gamecocks managed just 3 hits, one off Brombacher, two off Hannah Rogers in the last two innings; SC also made 2 errors.  The Gators scored twice, top 2nd; DeFelice singled, Coyle slugged a 2-run homer.  Borchard relieved Broyles to pitch the 5th; the Gators scored two more.  Moultrie doubled, Bruder singled; both advanced on an error in center, Moultrie scoring.  Bruder scored on Bush sac fly.  Top 7th: Moultrie singled, but was thrown out trying to stretch a double;  Bruder doubled and scored on Bush single.  Florida 40-8/15-7.  South Carolina 25-24/6-16.
 Tennessee 11, Arkansas 1 (6).  The Vols didn’t break away until the middle innings, scoring a runin the bottom 3rd.  Chavanne walked with one out, scored on Grieve single with 2 out.  Lady Backs 4th: Carden singled, stole 2nd, Rambo walked, Renfroe fanned the next 2 batters but Gee singled, rbi, tying the game — briefly.  Bottom 4th: Spigner walked; pinch runner Lewis stole 2nd; one out, Davin singled, rbi.  Shipman doubled, rbi, Chavanne singled, rbi.  Grieve led the 5th with a single; Gibson rbi double; Spigner singled.  With runners at the corners, Cohen relieved Jones.  Burchell reached on an error, Gibson scored.  Davis reached on an error, Spigner scored.  Arkansas committted 4 errors.  After Renfroe struck out the side in the 6th, the Vols reached run-rule in the 6th: Chavanne walked, Dotson reached on an error; Grieve singled, Chavanned scored on the related error; one out, Spigner jacked a 3-runwalkoff  homer.  The Vols are 42-7/18-5.  Arkabsas 13-36/3-21.
  Georgia 6,  Auburn 1.  Bulldogs outhit Tigers 12 to 7.  Agter Georgia stranded 2, top 1st, Auburn scored its run.  Estell singled, Cartwright reached on an error; Estell scored on Harrison sac fly.  Sandbverg and Hubbard singled to lead the 3nd; Sandberg forced at 3rd, Hubbard scored on a fielder’s choice hit by Schlopy.  Georgia broke the tie in the 5th on Razey’s 3-run homer.  Georgia scored 2 more after Loree relieved Bunner.  Georgia 42-7/15-6.  Auburn is now 34-15/11-2.
  BYU 16, UNLV 0.  BYU racked 11 hits.  Jessica Fitu was 2-3, with 7 rbi including a grand slam in the 4th. Kristi Delahoussay was 2-2, 3 rbi.  Alexandria Hudson had a solo.  Jessica Dugas was 3-3, 1 rbi. BYU 32-15.  UNLV 22-18.
Fordham 6,  Massachusetts 1.  Rams take over first place inAtlantic 10 — from U Mass.  Fordham 35-17/13-4.  U Mass 23-16/10-4.
  LSU 4, Mississippi State 2.  With 2 runners on, no outs, Fico relieved and shut down 3 batters to preserve the win, striking out Shape, Raines and Cooley.   Mack had started the 7th with a hit batter and a walk.  The Bulldogs stranded 12 runners, 8 in scoring position.  As Coach Girouard noted, the two pitchers offer a real contrast, Mack with off-speed pitches, Fico throwing bullets.  MSU loaded the bases in the 4th, no score, before tallying 2 in the 5th to tie.  Heyward and Santos had rbi’s in the 6th for the final LSU scores.  LSU, which has won 7 straight, is 33-15/14-9.  MSU 23-27/9-14.
 Arizona State 1, Oregon State 0.  Closely contested; just 5 hits in the game.  After Cavestany opened the game with a single, but was stranded, the Sun Devils scored the only run in the bottom.  Rogers singled with one out;  Castillo walked; Rogers went to 3rd on throwing error by the catcher.  With two out, Lockwood walked.  Bases loaded, Parlich walked, rbi.  Guzy had OSU’s second hit, a single, in the 4th.  Urfer walked, Haro singled for ASU in the 4th, stranded.  Parlich doubled in the 6th, the last ASU hit.  ASU 43-5/10-3.  OSU 18-20/1-12.
Stanford 2, Washington 1.  Ten hits between them, Gerhart scored with 2 out in the 3rd on Hanewich’s singlle.  The Huskies, who stranded 2 in the 2nd, tied in the 4th.  Pohlman reached on an error, stole 2nd, scored with 2 out on Ingelsby’s single.  Stanford stranded 2 in the bottom 4th, and 2 more in 5th.  The Huskies left 2 in the 6th and one in the 7th.  Stanford scored bottom 7th; Van Zandt hbp; Burns doubled; Van Zandt scored on Gerhart’s sac fly.  Washington 31-9/6-7.  Stanford is 34-10/7-6.
Oregon 2,  Arizona 0.  All goose-eggs until top 7th.  Leading off for the Ducks, Ceo was hbp.  Howard drew the eighth of nine walks given up by Babcock.  Pappas singled.  Bases loaded, Fulava walked, rbi.  Vitek fouled out to right field, rbi.  Two runs, one hit, 2 left.  In the bottom, Haack walked; Bryan struck out; Schutzler forced Haack at 2nd.  Kirker popped to end the game.  Oregon xould not take advantage of earlier walks; stranding 2 in the 3rd and leaving bases loaded in the 4th.  Similarly, the Wildcats left a runner in each of the first three innings, and 2 in the 4th at 2md and 3rd.  Arizona 36-12/7-6.  Oregon 34-11/6-7.

 

 

APRIL 28 SCOREBOARDS
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Atlantic 10
  
 

Fordham 6,  Massachusetts 1 
WP Jen Mineau.  LP Sara Plourde  

La Salle 8,  Rhode Island 2   

Saint Joseph’s vs St. Bonaventure//rained out//DH Saturday   

Horizon   

Green Bay, Wis.   

Illinois-Chicago 7,  Wisconsin-Green Bay 4   
Wisconsin-Green Bay 8, Illinois-Chicago 6   

Dayton, Ohio   

Wright State swept Butler 8-6, 5-4   

Cleveland, Ohio   

Cleveland State 3, Youngstown State 1   

Ivy    

Yale 4, Brown 2   
Yale 7, Brown 5   

Penn 12, Columbia 4   
Penn 9, Columbia 0   

Princeton 3, Cornell 2   
Cornell 9,  Princeton 6   

Mid-American    

Ohio 6,  Buffalo 5   
Ohio 8,  Buffalo 4  

Akron 11, Kent State 10   
Kent State 9, Akron 1   

Ball State 13,  Toledo 3   
Ball State 7,  Toledo 1   

Miami 5,  Bowling Green 1
Miami 1, Bowling Green 0   

Mountain West    

San Diego State vs Utah//rained out//resume Saturday SDSU up 3-0   

BYU 16, UNLV 0
WP Paige Affleck 1-hitter.  LP Amanda Oliveto   

Pac-10    

California 7, UCLA 2
WP Jolene Henderson 10K.  LP Donna Kerr 8K   

Oregon 2,  Arizona 0
WP Jessica Moore 4H, 4BB.  LP Shelby Babcock 3H, 9BB   

Arizona State 1, Oregon State 0
WP Dallas Escobedo 2H, 8K.  LP Tina Andreana 3H, 5K ,6BB  

Stanford 2, Washington 1
WP Teagan Gerhart 4H.  LP Kaitlin Ingelsby 6H   

Pacific Coast    

Utah Valley swept  Weber State 8-7, 10-6   

SEC    

Tennessee 11, Arkansas 1 (6)
WP Ivy Renfroe 2H, 12 K.  LP Kim Jones  
 

 LSU 4, Mississippi State 2
WP Brittany Mack  11K. LP Stephanie Becker.  S Rachel Fico   

Florida 5,  South Carolina 0
WP Stephanie Brombacher 1-hitter.  LP Audrey Broyles  
 

 Georgia 6,  Auburn 1
WP Alison Owen 2-hitter.  LP Angel Bunner   

Kentucky vs Alabama 6:30 PM Tuscaloosa, Ala./cancelled
Alabama said the Kentucky seires will not be rescheduled;
the Crimson Tide will close out the season May 6-8 vs Ole Miss  
 

Southland    

Texas-San Antonio swept  Texas State 5-1 (8), 5-3   

Summit    

Oakland swept  IPFW 3-2, 5-1   

Western Illinois swept  South Dakota State 3-0, 6-3   

North Dakota State 7,  Southern Utah 1   
Southern Utah 7, North Dakota State 6   

WAC    

Boise State 4, Fresno State 3
WP Aubray Zell 9K.  LP Michelle Moses 8K, 2HR   

Utah State swept Nevada 13-3, 8-1   

Louisiana Tech 2, San Jose State 1   

 New Mexico State vs Hawai’i 6:00 PM Honolulu, Hawai’i   

NON-CONFERENCE GAMES   

Staten Island, N.Y.   

Wagner swept Saint Peter’s 5-2, 10-2   

Grand Forks, N.D.   

North Dakota swept Jamestown College 5-1, 3-1   

Ohio State 2, Morehead State 1 10)   
Ohio State 6, Morehead State 3   

Louisiana-Monroe 6, Alcorn State 1   

Centenary 9,  LSU-Alexandria 5
LSU-Alexandria 5, Centenary 4 (9)   

South Dakota swept College of St. Mary 9-1 (5), 8-0 (5)   

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