4-4-2012 Wednesday April 4 D1 Scoreboard

APRIL 4 WEDNESDAY D1 SCOREBOARD

 NCAA D1 STATISTICS THRU APRIL 1 ARE POSTED ON WWW.SPYSOFTBALL.ORG

Top 25

ESPN USA SOFTBALL POLL APRIL 3 2012

 

1.  California

2. Alabama

3. Texas

4. Washington

5. Florida def Florida State 9-1 (6)

6. Arizona State

7. Oklahoma

8. Louisiana-Lafayette vs McNeese State//ppg

9. Tennessee lost to  Georgia 3-1 (11)/DH Vols wuin 2-1

10. Georgia def Tennessee 3-1 (11)/DH Vols win 2-1

11. Missouri

12. UCLA

13. Louisville def Kentucky 2-1

14. Texas A&M

15. Stanford

16. Arizona

17. Oregon

18. South Florida

19. Hawaii 6, Utah Valley 1

20. Michigan

21. LSU def Nicholls State 6-1

22. Florida State lost to  Florida 9-1

23. North Carolina

24. Oregon State vs Portland State DH//ppd

25. Baylor

 

GAME NOTES

 Notre Dame 9. Northwestern 1.  never scored five first-inning runs while posting a 9-1 win over Northwestern in five frames Wednesday evening
at Melissa Cook Stadium. The five runs in the opening stanza came on the power of three hits – including a two-run homer by Katey Haus – and matched Notre
Dame’s combined scoring output in its last four games against the Wildcats.Entering the contest, Notre Dame had scored five or more runs in a game against
Northwestern only twice in the 18-game series history, both coming during the 1997 season.  Amy Buntin had 2 rbi.  WP Laura Winter.

 Georgia 3, Tennessee 1 (11).  For the second time this season, the Vols lost an 11-inning marathon.  Tennessee out hit Georgia 7-4, and carried a 1-0 lead into the top of the 7th, when Kristyn Sandberg hit a game-tying homer.   Vols pitcher Ellen Renfroe had a no-hitter going until that 2-out blast.  Top 11th: Swafford walked, Hubbard doubled.  Swafford broke the tie, scoring on Wilson’s single.  Hubbard was out at the plate.  With 2 down, Razey singled, rbi, 3-1.  Dotson singled for the Vols, but a strikeout and double play ended the game.  WP Erin Arevalo.

Tennessee 2, Georgia 1.  WP Ivy Renfroe.  LP Morgan Montemayor.  With 2 on, 2 out, bottom 3rd, Gibson was given a pass, loading the bases.  Shipman slashed a 2 run single, Lewis and Chavanne scoring.  The Wildcats had 2 on, 1 out, top 5th, but a strike out and groundout ended the rally.  Sandberg scored for Kentucky top 6th on Hubbard’s sac fly, but the Wildcats stranded 2 runners.  Top 7th, Pauly singled with 2 out but was left. 

Louisville 2, Kentucky 1.  WP Caralisa Connell.  LP Rachel Riley.  The Cardinals outhit the Wildcats 9-2, but had to survive a bases-loaded jam in the 7th when Kentucky scored its run.  Louisville scored bottom 1ST; Keller singled, scored on Fowler double.  they repeated that scenario in the 3rd; Keller doubled, scored on Fowler single.  Top 7th: after reliever Leonard walked the first two Wildcats, Connell returned; Riley reached on an error in right; bases loaded.  Carroll hit into a fielder’s choice; Joiner out at home.  O’Brien hit into a fielder’s choice, Cervantes out at home.  Gaines drew an rbi walk, but Kentucky could go no further.

Florida def Florida State 9-1 (6).  WP Hannah Rogers. 4H.  LP Monica Perry.  Leading 1-0 after two on Gammel’s rbi double, the Gators scored 6 runs top 3rd, led by Horton’s 2-run homer.  Moultrie had an rbi double.  Bottom 4th; Senas scored for the Seminoles on Hensley double.

 Hawaii 6, Utah Valley 1.  WP Kaila Parnaby.  LP Tiffany Mills.  Sarah Robinson and Alex Aguirre each had 2 rbi.

Massachusetts 4, Boston College 2.  Player of the week Sara Plourde struck out 13.

LSU 6, Nicholls State 1.  The No. 24 LSU softball team used a five-run fifth inning to extend its season’s best winning streak to 12 games and claimed a 6-1 victory over Nicholls State Wednesday at Tiger Park. Seven of the nine starters for LSU (28-8) recorded hits highlighted by Ashleigh Kuhn and Kailey McCasland, who turned multi-hit performances. Kuhn and Juliana Santos collected two RBIs apiece. Tied 1-1 during the fifth inning, the Tigers sent 10 batters to the plate. Rikki Alcaraz ignited the rally and laced a leadoff double into the left centerfield gap. Three batters later with two outs, Ashley Langoni drew a four-pitch walk. On a 0-1 offering, Santos ripped a RBI single to plate Alcaraz with the go-ahead run. Langoni came around to score to make it 3-1 on an error by Nicholls second baseman Ashley Bertot when she dropped a throw during a rundown attempting to get Santos out in between first and second base.  The Tigers continued the hit parade with Ashley Applegate’s single to place runners on second and third base. Kuhn smoked a two-run double into the right centerfield gap to push the LSU lead to 5-1. After a McCasland single put runners on the corners, Morgan Russell capped the frame with a RBI single to vault the Tigers ahead 6-1.  Meghan Patterson fired her third complete game in three starts and improved to 3-0 on the season. The sophomore right-hander was touched up for a first inning run on three hits. She found her rhythm and allowed only three hits the rest of the way. The Destrehan native tallied five strikeouts versus one walk.

 

 

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.  Spy adds games and especially scores from other sources.

 BTW: Gametracker really sucks.  Almost every day, it posts a game played as much as a week before; eg, tonight they posted the Baylor-OU game from a week before.

Big South

Buies Creek, N.C.

Winthrop 2, Campbell 4

Winthrop 1, Campbell 10

 

Ohio Valley

Richmond, Ky.

Tennessee Tech vs Eastern Kentucky dh CANCELLED

Murray, Ky.

SIU-Edwardsville 2, Murray State 1

SIU-Edwardsville 0, Murray State 11

Jacksonville, Ala.

Tennessee State 3, Jacksonville State 6

Tennessee State 1, Jacksonville State 10

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Eastern Illinois 3, Southeast Missouri 2

Eastern Illinois 5, Southeast Missouri 3

Clarksville, Tenn.

Tennessee-Martin SWEPT Austin Peay 7-3, 5-4

 

SEC

Knoxville, Tenn.

Georgia def Tennessee 3-1 (11)

Georgia def by Tennessee 2-1

 

Non-Conference and Other Games

Lynchburg, Va.

UNC-Greensboro 6, Liberty 5

UNC-Greensboro 9, Liberty 1

 

Spartanburg, S.C.

Charleston Southern 0, South Carolina-Upstate 1

 

Terre Haute, Ind.

Butler 6,  Indiana State 0

Butler 8, Indiana State 4

 

Queens, N.Y.

Fairleigh Dickinson 0, St. John’s 4

Fairleigh Dickinson 5, St. John’s 2

 

Newark, Del.

Saint Peter’s 3, Delaware 5

Saint Peter’s 2. Delaware2

 

Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Columbia 4, Marist 5

Columbia 5, Marist 6

 

Hamilton, N.Y.

Albany 8, Colgate 0

Albany vs Colgate//ppd

 

Lawrenceville, N.J.

Lehigh 3, Rider 6

Lehigh 5, Rider 2

 

Easton, Pa.

Wagner 9, Lafayette 7

Wagner 1, Lafayette 4

 

Radford, Va.

Longwood 1, Radford 4

Longwood vs Radford//ppd

 

Charleston, S.C.

North Carolina Central 2, College of Charleston 13

North Carolina Central 2, College of Charleston 10

 

Elon, N.C.

Charlotte 5,. Elon 0

Charlotte vs Elon//ppd

 

Greenville, S.C.

Georgia State 2, Furman 0

Georgia State 7, Furman 2

 

Kent, Ohio

Robert Morris 4, Kent State 1

Robert Morris 3, Kent State 6

 

Cleveland, Ohio

Niagara 10, Cleveland State 0

Niagara vs Cleveland State 5:00 PM

 

Dayton, Ohio

Ball State 5, Wright State 4

 

Columbus, Ohio

Buffalo 0, Ohio State 5

Buffalo 5, Ohio State 8

 

Bowling Green, Ohio

Valparaiso 4, Bowling Green 0

Valparaiso 5, Bowling Green 0

 

Houston, Texas

Texas-San Antonio 2,  Houston Baptist 3

Texas-San Antonio 2, Houston Baptist 3

 

Hamden, Conn.

Fairfield 0, Quinnipiac 2

 

Lewisburg, Pa.

La Salle 1, Bucknell 0

La Salle 2, Bucknell 5

 

Boston, Mass.

Bryant 3, Boston 2

 

Hempstead, Va.

Binghamton 1, Hofstra 9

 

Harrisonburg, Va.

Norfolk State 2, James Madison 3

Norfolk State 1, James Madison 4

 

Mount Pleasant, Mich.

Michigan State 6, Central Michigan 1

 

St. Louis, Mo.

Southern Illinois vs Saint Louis 3:00 PM/DH /ppd

 

Omaha, Neb.

South Dakota 0, Nebraska-Omaha 11

South Dakota 2,  Nebraska-Omaha 0

 

College Park, Md.

George Mason 1, Maryland 3

George Mason 3, Maryland 6

 

Raleigh, N.C.

East Carolina 3, North Carolina State 9

East Carolina vs North Carolina State//ppd

 

Chattanooga, Tenn.

Marshall 1, Chattanooga 4

 

South Bend, Ind.

Northwestern 1, Notre Dame 9

 

Des Moines, Iowa

Iowa 0, Drake 1

 

Houston, Texas

Texas State 0, Houston 2

Texas State 3, Houston 4

 

Corvallis, Ore.

Portland State vs Oregon State//DH ppd

 

Chicago, Ill.

DePaul vs Loyola-Chicago 4:30 PM

 

Tallahassee, Fla.

Florida def Florida State 9-1

 

Louisville, Ky.

Kentucky 1,  Louisville 2

 

Urbana, Ill.

Illinois State 1, Illinois 0

 

Conway, Ark.

Jackson State 0,  Central Arkansas 8

 

Omaha, Neb.

Iowa State vs Creighton 5:00 PM

 

Baton Rouge, La.

Nicholls State 1, LSU 6:

 

Ruston, La.

Northwestern State vs Louisiana Tech 6:00 PM

 

Lake Charles, La.

Louisiana-Lafayette vs McNeese State//ppd

 

Wichita, Kan.

Tulsa vs Wichita State 6:00 PM//ppd

 

Greeley, Colo.

Colorado State 10, Northern Colorado 6

 

Pocatello, Idaho

Boise State 7, Idaho State 6

 

Ridgeland, Miss.

Mississippi State vs Southern Mississippi//cancelled

 

Orem, Utah

Hawai’i 6,  Utah Valley 1

 

Fresno, Calif.

UNLV 8, Fresno State 5

UNLV vs Fresno State 7:00 PM

Others

Rhode Island 5, Yale 3
Rhode Island 7, Yale 0
LaSalle 1, Bucknell 0
Fairleigh Dickson 5, St John’s 2
Wisconsin 3, Loyola 1
Illinois State 1, Illinois 0
Georgia Tech 6, Kennesaw State 3

 

 

 

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