APRIL 3 2010 D1 COLLEGE GAMES
NOTE: NCAA individual and team statistics are published on www.spysoftball.org
Note: this game day report will be updated from 3pm to midnight
TOP 25 (ESPN USA SOFTBALL POLL 3-30-10)
1.Washington def UCLA 3-1, 7-2
2. Arizona def Arizona State 14-2 (5)
3. Michigan def Wisconsin 15-0
4. Missouri lost to Oklahoma State 1-0
5. UCLA lost to Washington 3-1, 7-2
6. Alabama def Auburn 9-1, DH
7. Georgia Tech def Virginia Tech 9-1 (6)
8. Georgia def Arkansas 4-0
9. Florida def LSU 4-1, 2-1
10. Arizona State lost to Arizona 14-2 (5)
11. Stanford lost to California 6-0
12. LSU lost first game to Florida 4-1; Gators won second 2-1
13. Oklahoma def Iowa State 2-0; OU won second game 3-2
14. California def Stanford 6-0
15. Oklahoma State def Missouri 1-0
16. Florida State def Maryland 2-0, DH
17. Texas def Kansas 6-2
18. Texas A&M loses to Nebraska 8-3
19. Tennessee 3, South Carolina 1, 8-0 second game
20. Illinois def Northwestern 13-1
21. Oregon lost to Oregon State 7-6; won second game 6-5
22. North Carolina def Virginia 8-0, lost second game 3-1
23. Ohio State not scheduled
24. Baylor def Texas Tech 1-0 (9)
25. BYU vs Idaho State/Loyola Marymount
TOURNAMENTS AND CONFERENCE GAMES
SPY adapts the basic schedule compiled by Unlimited College Softball, adding data from Gametracker, UCS, NFCA, college web sites and emails to SPY. Numerals below/ in red are UCS rankings.
1st Annual Pre-Conference Tournament–St. George, Uta
Loyola Marymount 8, CS Bakersfield 7 (8)
#24 BYU 10, Idaho State 6
UNLV 19, Idaho State 4
#24 BYU 4, Loyola Marymount 0
UNLV 6, CS Bakersfield 4
North Carolina State 4, Boston College 3
Maryland 10, #15 Florida State 2
WP Kendra Knight. 3-hitter. LP Erin Wade.
Terps scored 6 runs. bottom 1st. Up 3-0 on McLaughlin, Carroll (2) rbi’s, Knight slugged 3-run homer.
#15 Florida State 2, Maryland 0
WP Sarah Hamilton 2-hitter 14K. LP Kerry Hickey 2-hitter.
Top 2nd: Ahrberg walked, with two, advanced to 3rd on illegal pitch, scored on ilegal pitch. Stager also walked, advanced on illegal pitch but didn’t score. Top 3rd: Jackson singled with one out, forced at 2nd by Lapicki, who advanced on illegal pitch. Haddad walked, Ahrberg singled, rbi. Top 4th: Stager walked again, advanced again on illegal pitch. Kendra Knight relieved Hickey. Double play ended the at-bat. Late innings: Stager was stranded twice at 3rd. No more illegal pitches called.
#25 North Carolina 8, Virginia 0
WP Danielle Spaulding. No-hitter 13K. 4BB. LP Melanie Mitchell
Tar Heels racked 13 hits. Top 2nd: Wheeler walked, Murad singled, Dickey slugged 3-run homer. Robinson followed with homer to left, 4-0. Cavaliers held off UNC until 7th when they scored 4 runs. Knauer and Mahon singled; with two out, McKinney jacked 3-run homer. Murad closed out scoring with a homer, second time in game for back-to-back dingers. UNC 27-12, 5-6. Virginia 20-14, 6-1.
#25 North Carolina vs Virginia 3:00 PM Charlottesville, Va.
Virginia 3, North Carolina 1
WP Melaine Mitchell. LP Amber Johnson
In the second game, UNC took a 1-0 lead in the top of the fourth inning. Ally Blake led off with a single to center and moved to second on Brittany McKinney’s sacrifice bunt. After taking third on a wild pitch, Blake scored when Stephanie Murad singled right back to Virginia pitcher Melanie Mitchell, who was able to knock it down, but both runners were safe. Virginia answered in the bottom of the fifth. Lauren McCaskey was hit by a pitch and Nicole Koren walked to put two runners on base. Tacke then hit her second home run of the series, a three-run shot to right, to give the Cavaliers a 3-1 lead.
Georgia Tech 9, Virginia Tech 1
WP Hope Rush. 2-hitter. LP Kristin Graham
Georgia Tech sweeps series. Kristine Priebe had two home runs, including grand slam and six rbi. Yellow Jackets scored 3 in 1st, one in 2nd, an d reached run-rule with 5 runs bottom 6th when Priebe hit her slam. Hokies scored top 6th
Boston 3, Stony Brook 1
Boston 7, Stony Brook 0
Binghamton 7, UMBC 5
Albany swept Hartford 3-2, 5-2Atlantic 10
#29 Massachusetts 3, #26 Fordham 2
#29 Massachusetts 2, #26 Fordham 0
St. Bonaventure 4, Saint Joseph’s 2
St. Joseph’s 3, St. Bonaventure 1
Rhode Island swept La Salle 5-0, 9-2.
Charlotte swept Dayton 8-0 (5), 6-1
Saint Louis 5, George Washington 0
St Louis 3, George Washington 0
Kennesaw State swept Mercer 4-3 (9), 9-5
#28 Lipscomb swept North Florida 3-0, 14-1 (5)
Florida Gulf Coast vs East Tennessee State 2:00 PM Johnson City, Tenn.
Florida Gulf Coast vs East Tennessee State 4:00 PM Johnson City, Tenn.
USC-Upstate 7, Stetson 2
WP Morgan Childers 1-hitter 13K. LP Amanda Lindsey
At 20-3, Childers is all-time winner for USC Upstate
Stetson def USC-Upstate 1-0
Michigan State 2, Minnesota 1
#2 Michigan 15, Wisconsin 0 (5)
WP Jordan Taylor. No hits for 3 innings. LP Meghan McIntosh
Wolverines off and running from start. Bottom 1st: Evans walked; Viefhaus walked; Viehaus stole 2nd, Evans scored on wild pitch. Two out, Shaw rbi single. Chidester 2-run homer. That was just for starters; the Wolverines racked 10 runs in the 2nd. Evans singled, Findlay doubled, Viefhaus walked, loading the bases. St Clair sac fly. Shaw rbi single, Chidester given a pass; Hansen relived McIntosh. Nemitz rbi single. Kirkpatrick rbi single. Bausher 3-run double. After Findlay walked, Viefhaus jacked a 3-run homer. 14-0. UM scored again in the 3rd; Chidester walked, scored on Kirkpatrick triple. That ended the scoring but UM put two on in the 4th. Top 5th: Olivarez singled off Stephanie Spierman with two out. Michigan 25-5, 2-0. Wisconsin 8-19, 0-3.
#17 Illinois 13, Northwestern 1 (6)
WP Monica Perry. LP Lauren Delaney
A contest for one inning; both teams scoring a run in the 1st., Zymkowitz for Illini on an error, Wildcats on Batts rbi double. Tie held until top 4th. One out, Conrad and Zymkowitz walked; both moved on passed ball; Howell and Pinchback rbi singles; Lambeth relieved Delaney; Wedell 2-run single. Vaji scored in 5th on Howell sac fly. Up 6-1, the Illini opened the gates, scoring 7 runs. With bases loaded, Hackett scored on throwing error at 2nd; Cuevas rbi single; Conrad rbi walk; Zymkowitz, Howell, Pinchback rbi’s. Zymkowitz scored final run on passed ball. Illinois 25-4, 1-1. NU 16-12, 2-1.
Indiana vs Iowa 2:00 PM Iowa City, Iowa
Penn State vs Purdue 4:00 PM West Lafayette, Ind.
#21 Texas 6, Kansas 2
WP Blaire Luna 1-hitter. 12K. LP Allie Clark
Longhorns scored in 5 of 7 innings, started with one run in 1st. Bennett scored in 3rd on Hooks’ single. In 4th, Cook scored on Chalk’s bunt. Texas 5th: Hoagland, who had doubled in 3rd but was caught stealing, led with home run. Each team scored two runs in 6th. After Tresselt relieved Luna, Ingle stroked a one-out homer. With two out, Hull and Montgomery singled, Hile rbi single, 6-2. Luna came backstruck out Jobe to end rally. Texas left bases loaded in 7th. Clark singled for KU but Luna struck out two, Ingle to end the game. Texas 31-8. Kansas 16-19.
#14 Oklahoma State 1, #5 Missouri 0
WP Kat Espinosa 3H, 5K. LP Lindsey Muller
Cowgirls shut down prolific Tiger offense, limiting Mizzou to 3 runs on 7 hits in two games. Tigers loaded bases, two out, in 1st; stranded. One out in 4th, Ward doubled, scored on Brown double. Castle singled, but Graham hit into double play. Tigers down in order in 7th. Oklahoma State 32-7. MU 25-6.
#13 Oklahoma 2, Iowa State 0
WP Keilani Ricketts 2-hitter, 12K. LP Rachel Zabriskie 5H, 9K
Conclusion of Friday night suspended game. Sooners Jones scored Dobbs’ single in 4th. Scored final runin 5th on Flores’ solo. Cyclones’ Johnson led bottom 2nd with triple but Ricketts struck out next three batters, then struck out side in 3rd. Flores HR a school record-breaking 49th.
Oklahoma 3, Iowa State 2
WP Michelle Gascoigne 12K. LP Tori Torrescano
After winning the game suspended Friday night with just two runs, the powerful Sooner offense was held in check this game until the 4th when Nix hit a one-out home run, and Dobbs singled, scored on Trott’s single. Flores led off the OU 5th with a home run. Flores ended the weekend 5-7 (.714) with two home runs (the new Sooner leader). The Cyclones rallied bottom 7th. Miller singled, Habben to run; Varela singled; both advanced on a wild pitch; with one out, Habben scored on K Kidwell’s groundout; H Kidwell singled, rbi. 3-2. But, Kidwell was put out. Oklahoma 29-8, 3-1. ISU 22-15, 1-3.
Nebraska 8, #20 Texas A&M 3
WP Ashley Hagemann. LP Rebecca Arbino
Aggies were leading 3-2 until bottom 6th when Huskers tallied six runs. One out, Thomason homered. Banda doubled, Hupp 2-run homer, 5-3. After Dumezich relieved Arbino, Tyson singled, Foland homered. Haget singled, Guille rbi double. NU 21-16, 1-3. TAMU 30-9, 3-2.
Baylor 1, #31 Texas Tech 0 (9)
WP Courtney Repka LP Ashly Jacobs
For the second straight game Dani Leal scored the game winning run in extra innings, as an RBI-single from Jordan Vannatta led Baylor (21-10, 2-2) to a 1-0 win over Texas Tech (29-6, 1-2) in nine innings Saturday afternoon at Getterman Stadium.
Syracuse 6, Georgetown 0
WP Stacy Kuwik 1-hitter. LP Jennifer Connell. Kuwik,Gibbs HRs; Gobbs 3-4, 3rbi.
Seton Hall vs South Florida 11:00 AM Tampa, Fla.
#19 Notre Dame 8, Rutgers 0
WP Jody Valdivia.
Irish played the long ball: Jorgensborg, Lux, Miller each hit 2-run HRs, and Miller and Clay homered back-to-back. Irish improve to 26-6, 5-0.
Rutgers vs #19 Notre Dame/cancelled.
St. John’s 9, Connecticut 6
St. John’s vs Connecticut 2:00 PM Storrs, Conn.
Louisville 3, Providence 0
Pittsburgh 6, Villanova 4
Winthrop vs Liberty 1:00 PM Lynchburg, Va.
Winthrop vs Liberty 3:00 PM Lynchburg, Va.
Gardner-Webb vs Radford 1:00 PM Radford, Va.
Charleston Southern vs Presbyterian 1:00 PM Cliinton, S.C.
UC Riverside vs Cal Poly 12:00 PM San Luis Obispo, Calif.
UC Davis vs CS Northridge 12:00 PM Northridge, Calif.
UC Santa Barbara vs CS Fullerton 12:00 PM Fullerton, Calif.
Pacific vs Long Beach State 1:00 PM Long Beach, Calif.
George Mason vs #23 Hofstra 12:00 PM Hempstead, N.Y.
UNC-Wilmington vs Towson 12:00 PM Towson, Md.
UNC-Wilmington vs Towson 2:00 PM Towson, Md.
Delaware vs James Madison 12:00 PM Harrisonburg, Va.
Drexel vs Georgia State 12:00 PM Atlanta, Ga.
Drexel vs Georgia State 2:00 PM Atlanta, Ga.
East Carolina 6, Central Florida 0
UAB 11, Houston 3
Memphis 2, Marshall 1
UTEP 8, Southern Mississippi 3
Loyola-Chicago 8, Wright State 2
Cleveland State 6, Illinois-Chicago 1
Valparaiso 16, Detroit 1
Butler vs Youngstown State 1:00 PM Youngstown, Ohio
Butler vs Youngstown State 3:00 PM Youngstown, Ohio
Harvard vs Cornell 12:30 PM Ithaca, N.Y.
Harvard vs Cornell 2:30 PM Ithaca, N.Y.
Brown vs Columbia 12:30 PM New York, N.Y.
Brown vs Columbia 2:30 PM New York, N.Y.
Dartmouth vs Princeton 12:30 PM Princeton, N.J.
Dartmouth vs Princeton 2:30 PM Princeton, N.J.
Yale vs Penn 12:30 PM Philadelphia, Pa.
Yale vs Penn 2:30 PM Philadelphia, Pa.
Ohio vs Akron 2:00 PM Akron, Ohio
Eastern Michigan vs Bowling Green 2:00 PM Bowling Green, Ohio
Central Michigan vs Toledo 2:00 PM Toledo, Ohio
Kent State vs Western Michigan 2:00 PM Kalamazoo, Mich.
Miami vs #32 Ball State 2:00 PM Muncie, Ind.
Buffalo vs Northern Illinois 2:00 PM Dekalb, Ill.
Saint Peter’s vs Rider 11:00 AM Lawrenceville, N.J.
Saint Peter’s vs Rider 1:00 PM Lawrenceville, N.J.
Canisius vs Niagara 12:00 PM Niagara University, N.Y.
Canisius vs Niagara 2:00 PM Niagara University, N.Y.
Morgan State vs Coppin State 12:00 PM Baltimorre, Md.
Morgan State vs Coppin State 2:00 PM Baltimorre, Md.
Bethune-Cookman vs Norfolk State 12:00 PM Norfolk, Va.
Maryland-Eastern Shore vs Hampton 12:00 PM Hampton, Va.
North Carolina A&T vs South Carolina State 12:00 PM Orangeburg, S.C.
Winston-Salem State vs Florida A&M 12:00 PM Tallahassee, Fla.
Howard vs Delaware State 2:00 PM Dover, Del.
Indiana State vs Evansville 1:00 PM Evansville, Ind.
Southern Illinois vs Bradley 12:00 PM Peoria, Ill.
Illinois State 11, Northern Iowa 9
Wichita State vs Drake 12:00 PM Des Moines, Iowa
Missouri State 5, Creighton 1
Bryant vs Quinnipiac 12:00 PM Hamden, Conn.
Bryant vs Quinnipiac 2:00 PM Hamden, Conn.
Monmouth vs Fairleigh Dickinson 2:00 PM Teaneck, N.J.
Monmouth vs Fairleigh Dickinson 4:00 PM Teaneck, N.J.
Tennessee State vs Eastern Kentucky 12:00 PM Richmond, Ky.
Eastern Illinois vs Morehead State 1:00 PM Morehead, Ky.
Southeast Missouri vs Austin Peay 1:00 PM Clarksville, Tenn.
Tennessee-Martin vs Jacksonville State 1:00 PM Jacksonville, Ala.
Murray State vs Tennessee Tech 3:00 PM Cookeville, Tenn.
#4 Arizona 14, #8 Arizona State 2 (5)
WP Kenzie Fowler. 3H,6K. LP Sam Parlich
On Friday, the Sun Devils spanked the Wildcats; today, UofA battered ASU, knocking out last night’s winner in 3 innings. Game was scoreless until top 3rd when Wildcats scored four. Lastrapes doubled with one out; Arredondo singled with two out; Lastrapes scored; Del Ponte homered, 4-0. Arizona unlimbered in the 4th against reliever Megan Elliott with 6 runs. One out, Buchanan singled, Lastrapes walked, Scutzler rbi double, Chambers walked, Fowler grand slam. 10-0. Top 5th: Tikey scored on Lastrapes single; Schutzler slugged a 3-run homer. Down 14-0, Bach relieved Elliott. ASU scored its two runs on Rogers homer. Arizona 14 hits. Arizona 30-4, 2-1. Arizona State 32-6, 1-2.Oregon 6, Oregon State 5
WP Jessica Moore. LP Kelly Dyer
Ducks win final game in Civil War series with 3 runs top 7th. OSU scored bottom 3rd on Chisholm rbi single, then added three runs in 4th. Lowe and Hall walked; advanced on Roderfeld groundout; Brenner reached on fielder’s choice, Lowe scored; two runs scored on throwing error by shortstop. Oregon scored 3 top 5th on Bryant rbi double, Burger 2-run triple. Beavers scored bottom 6th; when Kutz led off with HR. In 7th, down 5-3, Ducks vaulted into lead on Burger’s 3-run homer. Oregon 26-6, 2-1. Oregon State 20-16, 1-2.
Oregon State 7, Oregon 6
WP Paige Hall. SV Kelly Dyer. LP Sam Skillingstad
Ducks took initial lead on Pappas 2-run single in 1st, but Beavers tallied six bottom 2nd. Black and Doremus (rbi) hit consecutive doubles; Chisholm rbi single; Lowe singled, stole 2nd; Hall walked; Roderfeld blasted grand slam. Oregon got one back top 4th when Chambers drew a bases-loaded, rbi walk. Doremus scored what proved to be the margin of victory in the th, scoring on Sanchez’ single. Oregon narrowed the gap in top 7th with 3 runs, Chambers home run, Re rbi double; Bryant rbi bases-loaded one-out single. But, OSU retired the next two batters, leaving bases loaded.
#1 Washington 3, UCLA 1
WP Danielle Lawrie 3H, 9K. LP Donna Kerr 2H, 4K. Game was suspended Friday night, tied 1-1.
Camuso opened UCLA 3rd with solo shot. In bottom, Fleischman walked, advanced on error, scored on Salling sac fly. Game suspended, rain. When resumed on Saturday, UCLA stranded two in 2nd and again in 4th. Huskies broke tie in 6th. Two out, Williams walked, Wright doubled, Williams scored. Stuart, Fagaly walked, loading bases. Clifton hbp, rbi, 3-1. Washington 29-3. UCLA 27-5.
Washington 7, UCLA 2
WP Danielle Lawrie. LP Donna Kerr
UW scored two in the first, one in the third and then broke it open with four in the fifth to chase Kerr. Wright was again the hitting star, driving in three runs. Pohlman also had a big game, going 2-for-4 with a pair of runs scored, while Fa’asua iced the game late with a two-run single. Jenn Salling got things started in the first with a leadoff double and would score an unearned run after Lawrie grounded back to Kerr, but her throw to get Salling at third went into left field. Williams then doubled to right center – one of three Husky two-baggers in the game – to plate Lawrie with the second run. After Lawrie struck out the side in the second and got through an easy third, the Huskies tacked on another unearned run when Pohlman led off the bottom of the third with a single, Lawrie was hit by a pitch and the two moved up on a passed ball before Wright brought Pohlman home with a sacrifice fly. UW then put the game away with a four-run fifth, started again by Pohlman. The sophomore laced a single to right field and after Williams reached on a fielder’s choice, she stole second to put two in scoring position with one out. That brought up Wright, whose double down the right field line made it 5-0. Wright’s hit chased Kerr and brought in Destiny Rodino, who retired the first batter she faced but then walked Fagaly and uncorked a wild pitch, putting runners on second and third for Fa’asua, who singled to left to make it 7-0. UCLA scored two unearned runs off reliever Baily Harris. In 9.1 weekend innings, Lawrie struck out 15.
#10 California 6, #12 Stanford 0
WP Valerie Arioto. LP Teagan Gerhart
Bears won final game of series. Scored two top 1st, Arioto 2-run HR. Two more in 3rd on Ziegenhirt 2-run HR. Top 5th: J Reid drove in final two runs with a triple. Cal 29-8. Stanford 27-5.
Colgate vs Lehigh 12:00 PM Bethlehem, Pa.
Colgate vs Lehigh 2:00 PM Bethlehem, Pa.
Bucknell 8, Holy Cross 0
Holy Cross vs Bucknell 2:00 PM Lewisburg, Pa.
Lafayette vs Army 1:00 PM West Point, N.Y.
Lafayette vs Army 3:00 PM West Point, N.Y.
#18 Tennessee 3, South Carolina 1
WP Cat Hosfield 4-H LP April Borchardt SV Ivy Renfro
Top 2nd: Spigner, Burchell walked around two outs; Webb rbi double. Chavanne, Grieve singled to open 3rd; Chavanne scored on Huff single. 2-0. Chastain relieved Borchardt. Borchardt singled in bottom 4th; advanced on groundout, stole 3rd and scored on throwing error. 2-1. Vols scored final run top 7th: Gamecocks stranded two runners in each 5th and 6th, but went down in order in 7th.
#18 Tennessee 8, South Carolina 0 (5)
WP Ivy Renfro 3-hitter. LP April Borchardt
Vols scored 3, top 1st, retiring Borchardt. Chavanne, Grieve led game with singles; Huff 2-run single, Spigner rbi single. UT tacked on 3 more in 2nd after Chastain relieved; in 4th, Vols loaded bases, Brown scored when Spigner hbp. Final run top 5th: Dotson singled with two out, scored on Huff single. Tennessee 29-7, 10-3. South Carolina 10-26, 0-16.
Florida 4, LSU 1
WP Stephanie Brombacher 5H, 6K. LP Kirsten Shortridge
Bottom 1st: Paculba, Moultrie singled; Enea forced Paculba at 3rd; Bruder singled, rbi. Bush sac fly, Enea scored. LSU 2nd: Brombacher struck out 3 of 4. Bottom: Walker singled; Fico relieved. Paculba walked. Enea 2-run double. The 4-0 lead held until the 6th: Langoni homered but Tigers left two. Gators stranded two in bottom half. Shortridge led LSU 7th with single but was stranded. Florida 25-4, 7-2. LSU 29-5, 8-1
Florida 2, LSU 1
WP Ensley Gammel 2-hitter. LP Cody Trahan. LSU began double-header undefeated in SEC.
Top 3rd: LSU had runners 2nd and 3rd, two out; Mouse scored when Mitchell reached on error at short. Lead held until bottom 6th: Gammel and Moultrie singled; with two out on strikes, Bruder singled, rbi, tie score. Langoni led Tiger 7th with single but was picked off at 2nd. In bottom half, Brooks jacked a 1-1 pitch for a walkoff home run. Florida 26-4, 8-2. LSU 29-6, 8-2 SEC.
#16 Georgia 4, Arkansas 0
WP Sarah McCloud. 1-hitter. SV Alison Owen. LP Hope McLemore
With the win, Georgia avoided a series sweep to the Arkansas and improved to 26-8 overall and 6-6 in Southeastern Conference action. The Razorbacks fell to 24-13 and 8-3 in league play.
#11 Alabama 9, Auburn 1
WP Charlotte Morgan. LP Anna Thompson
Bama scored two unearned runs in 1st, Davis scored on Lunceford sac fly in 3rd, then the Tide rolled for 3 in the 4th on Boccia’s 3-run homer. Auburn scored in bottom half on K White’s homer. Conley went yard for Bama in the 5th; Morgan rbi double in the 6th, and a final run in the 7th. Bama 26-9, 9-4. Auburn 20-14, 5-8.
#11 Alabama 10, Auburn 2
WP Kelsi Dunne. LP Jenee Loree.
Game began with Kyndall White slugging a homer for Auburn, and ended with dinger by Charlotte Morgan. Conley was 3-4, 3 rbi.
Kentucky vs Mississippi State 1:00 PM Starkville, Miss.
Western Carolina vs Chattanooga 12:00 PM Chattanooga, Tenn.
Western Carolina vs Chattanooga 2:00 PM Chattanooga, Tenn.
Elon vs UNC Greensboro 1:00 PM Greensboro, N.C.
Elon vs UNC Greensboro 3:00 PM Greensboro, N.C.
Samford vs College of Charleston 1:00 PM Charleston, S.C.
Furman 11, Appalachian State 10
Southeastern Louisiana vs Texas-San Antonio 12:00 PM San Antonio, Texas
Texas State vs Central Arkansas 1:00 PM Conway, Ark.
Texas-Arlington vs Northwestern State 1:00 PM Natchitoches, La.
Texas A&M-CC vs Stephen F. Austin 1:00 PM Nacogdoches, Texas
McNeese State vs Sam Houston State 1:00 PM Huntsville, Texas
Alcorn State vs Mississippi Valley State 12:00 PM Itta Bena, Miss.
Alcorn State vs Mississippi Valley State 2:00 PM Itta Bena, Miss.
Southern vs Grambling State 12:00 PM Grambling, La.
Southern vs Grambling State 2:00 PM Grambling, La.
Texas Southern vs Prairie View A&M 12:00 PM Prairie View, Texas
Texas Southern vs Prairie View A&M 2:00 PM Prairie View, Texas
Jackson State vs Alabama State 1:00 PM Montgomery, Ala.
Jackson State vs Alabama State 3:00 PM Montgomery, Ala.
Oakland 4, IUPUI 2
UMKC vs South Dakota State 1:00 PM Brookings, S.D.
Centenary vs Southern Utah 12:00 PM Cedar City, Utah
IPFW vs North Dakota State 3:00 PM Fargo, N.D.
IPFW vs North Dakota State 5:00 PM Fargo, N.D.
North Texas vs Florida International 11:00 AM Miami, Fla.
North Texas vs Florida International 1:00 PM Miami, Fla.
Louisiana-Monroe vs Middle Tennessee 12:00 PM Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Troy vs Western Kentucky 1:00 PM Bowling Green, Ky.
Troy vs Western Kentucky 3:00 PM Bowling Green, Ky.
South Alabama vs Florida Atlantic 5:00 PM Boca Raton, Fla.
South Alabama vs Florida Atlantic 7:00 PM Boca Raton, Fla.
Louisiana Tech vs San Jose State 12:00 PM San Jose, Calif.
Louisiana Tech vs San Jose State 2:00 PM San Jose, Calif.
Boise State 1, #35 Fresno State 0
#35 Fresno State 3, Boise State 2
#27 Hawaii vs New Mexico State 5:00 PM Las Cruces, N.M.
#27 Hawaii vs New Mexico State 7:00 PM Las Cruces, N.M.
Nevada vs Utah State 1:00 PM Logan, Utah
Nevada vs Utah State 3:00 PM Logan, Utah
Seattle vs South Dakota 9:00 AM Seattle, Wash.
Simon Fraser vs South Dakota 11:00 AM Seattle, Wash.
Simon Fraser vs Seattle 1:30 PM Seattle, Wash.
Wisconsin-Green Bay vs Western Illinois 11:00 AM Macomb, Ill.
Wisconsin-Green Bay vs Western Illinois 1:00 PM Macomb, Ill.
Utah Valley vs Utah 12:00 PM Salt Lake City, Utah
Utah Valley vs Utah 2:00 PM Salt Lake City, Utah
Central Connecticut vs Manhattan 1:00 PM Riverdale, N.Y.
Central Connecticut vs Manhattan 3:00 PM Riverdale, N.Y.
#30 San Diego State 4, San Diego 0