4-9-10 April 9 D1 College


 NOTE: NCAA individual and team statistics are published on www.spysoftball.org
: this game day report will be updated from 3pm to midnight 


1.Washington  def Arizona 2-1
2. Arizona lost to Washington 2-1
3. Michigan  
4. UCLA lost to  Arizona State 8-5
5. Florida
6. Georgia Tech
7. Alabama   
8. Missouri
9. Stanford def Oregon State 4-3
10. Arizona State def UCLA 8-5
11. Oklahoma State  
12. Georgia
13. Oklahoma
14. LSU
15. California lost to  Oregon 7-6 (9) 
16. Florida State
17. Texas  
18. Tennessee
19. Illinois
20. Texas A&M  
21. Oregon def California 7-6 (9)
22. Ohio State   
23. Baylor   
24. North Carolina  
25. UMass def Charlotte 3-0   

SPY adapts the basic schedule compiled by Unlimited College Softball, adding data from Gametracker, UCS, NFCA, college web sites and emails to SPY.  Numerals in red are UCS rankings.

Atlantic 10 

Massachusetts 3, Charlotte 0
WP Sarah Plourde No Hitter  LP Emily Jeffery
 Sara Plourde dominated for the No. 22 UMass softball team (24-7), no-hitting Charlotte (25-9) in a 3-0 Minutewomen victory at the UMass Softball Complex on Friday afternoon. The sophomore struck out 13 and allowed just one batter to reach base, a sixth inning walk. Katie Bettencourt hit a two-run home run and Meghan Carta had a RBI double to provide the offense. With the win UMass stayed perfect in Atlantic 10. Bettencourt finished 2-for-2 with a two-run home run, a double, and a walk

Fordham 3, Saint Louis 0
WP Jen Mineau (19-5).  LP Kelcie Matesa (9-8) 
Saint Joseph’s 11,  Dayton 4 

Atlantic Sun 

USC-Upstate 4, North Florida 0
WP Morgan Childers No Hitter.  LP Devyn Findley
Morgan Childers  tossed her fourth career no-hitter, and second of the season, broke her own single-season strikeouts record, and now sits alone atop the school’s all-time shutouts list to lead Upstate to a 4-0 victory over North Florida in game one, but the Ospreys came back to score two runs in the bottom of the seventh to take a 3-2 win in game two and earn a split in the A-Sun doubleheader Friday afternoon at the UNF Softball Complex. Childers
finished with 15 strikeouts, raising her season total to a school record 288. She now has the three highest single-season strikeout totals in school history with 288 and counting this season, 277 last year and 258 in her freshman season in 2008. She also recorded her 26th career shutout.  Childers improved to 22-3 with the win. UNF starter Devyn Findley tossed a complete game and took the loss to fall to 16-12 on the year. She allowed four runs, two of which were earned, on three hits in the loss.
North Florida 3, USC-Upstate 2
WP Shqina Dent    LP Morgan Childers (in relief of Amber Hamilton)
The Spartans held a 2-1 lead with one out in the bottom of the seventh. However, UNF responded with two straight hits to take the win. Cheyanna Orlich homered in both games.

Kennesaw State swept Belmont 7-54, 2-0

Lipscomb 7,  Mercer 1
Mercer 3, Lipscomb 1

Jacksonville 4, East Tennessee State  2
Jacksonville 8, East Tennessee State 2 

Big South 

Charleston Southern 5, Liberty 4
Liberty 3,  Charleston Southern 0  

Ivy   (all games rescheduled to Saturday 1230 and 230pm) 

Penn vs Harvard 2:00 PM Cambridge, Mass.
Penn vs Harvard 4:00 PM Cambridge, Mass. 

Columbia vs Dartmouth 2:00 PM Hanover, N.H.
Columbia vs Dartmouth 4:00 PM Hanover, N.H. 

Princeton vs Brown 2:00 PM Providence, R.I.
Princeton vs Brown 4:00 PM Providence, R.I. 

Cornell vs Yale 2:00 PM New Haven, Conn.
Cornell vs Yale 4:00 PM New Haven, Conn. 


Northern Illinois sweeps  Akron 7-3, 7-6 

Ohio 4, Western Michigan 1
Ohio 5, Western Michigan 2 

Miami 3, Eastern Michigan 1
Miami 10, Eastern Michigan 1 (5) 

Ball State 12, Central Michigan 8
Central Michigan 11,  Ball State 3 (6) 

Mountain West 

BYU 4, Utah 1
WP Paige Affleck.  LP Brittany Parker 

UNLV 7, Colorado State 4 

San Diego State 7, New Mexico 2 

Ohio Valley 

Southeast Missouri 9, Tennessee State 0
Tennessee State 6,  Southeast Missouri 4  


Stanford 4,  Oregon State 3
WP Teagan Gerhart  5H, 6K.  LP Paige Hall
Scoreless until top 4th when the Cardinal scored two, the game narrowed sharply when the Beavers rallied for 3 runs, bottom 6th.  In the 4th, Hansen scored on Koplitz’ single, Rich scored when Burns reached on an error.  Stanford doubled its margin in the 5th, when Rich and Koplitz drove in runs.  After the Cardinal stranded two, top 6th, the Beavers staged a comeback with two outs.  Roderfeld homered; Brenner walked; Kutz 2-run homer.  But, Doremus looked at a third strike.  Rich doubled but was stranded in the 7th; the Beavers went down in order.  Stanford 29-5, 3-1.  OSU 20-17, 1-3.

Oregon 7, California 6 (9)
WP Sam Skillingstad.  LP Jolene Henderson
Cal moved ahead 6-5, top 9th, Arioto scored on Sevilla rbi. Ducks 9th: Burger singled; advanced on Deadmond sac bunt; Pappas singled; Fuiava doubled in both runs.

Washington 2, Arizona 1 
WP Danielle Lawrie 5H, 14K.  LP Kenzi Fowler 4H, 5K
After Lawrie struck out 3 of 4 top 2nd, Wright was hbp, Wagner in to run, Wagner scored on Fagaly single.  After Schutzler hit her second single in the top, Huskies added second run in the 3rd; Pohlman doubled and scored with two out on error at short.  Lawrie struck out side in 5th.  Huskies stranded two in bottom.  Schutzler led 6th with her third single, advanced on passed ball, went to 3rd on Arredondo groundout; scored on Chambers double with one out.  A fly out and strikeout ended the rally with tying run on 3rd.  Arriola flied out to open the ArizonA 7th; Lawrie struck out Kirker and Buchanan.

Arizona State 8,  UCLA 5
WP Hillary Bach.  LP Donna Kerr.
Score was knotted 1-1 after 4; Castillo homered top 4th, Yudin homered in bottom half.   Sun Devils piled on 5 runs top 6th.  Donnenwirth walked; Castillo walked with one out; both advanced when Parlich reached on an error, loading the bases; Crabb jacked a grand slam home run.  Ketchum scored on Rogers’ rbi single, 6-1.  The Bruins roared.  Camuso tripled; Yudin flied out to center, Camuso scoring on a throwing error.  Langenfeld singled, Murray in to run.  Burney slugged a 2-run home run over left field, 6-4.  Top 7th:  ASU answered; Donnenwirth hbp, Lockwood slugged a 2-2 pitch for a 2-run homer, 8-4.  Castillo doubled; Whitney Baker relieved Kerr, the Sun Devils made two outs.  Needing four runs, UCLA’s A Harrison reached on an error at 3rd; but DiSalvatore lined into a double play; Monica Harrison jacked a home run; the rally died when Camuso popped to 1st. 

Pacific Coast 

Utah Valley 10, Weber State 1
Weber State 8,  Utah Valley 6 


Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs Southern 2:00 PM Baton Rouge, La. 

Texas Southern vs Grambling State 3:00 PM Grambling, La. 

Alabama A&M vs Jackson State 5:00 PM Jackson, Miss. 

Mississippi Valley State vs Alabama State 6:00 PM Montgomery, Ala. 


North Dakota State 6,  Oakland 0
North Dakota State vs Oakland 5:00 PM Rochester, Mich. 

IUPUI sweeps Southern Utah 4-1, 5-4 (8) 

IPFW 11, South Dakota State 1
South Dakota State 10,  IPFW 9 

Western Illinois sweeps  Centenary 6-0, 2-0 


Hawaii 15,  Boise State 1
WP Stephanie Ricketts.  LP Allie Crump 

San Jose State 7,  Nevada 6 

Louisiana Tech 2, New Mexico State 1 

Fresno State 4, Utah State 1
WP Michelle Moses 4H, 13K.  LP Kate Greenough
Bottom 3rd: Moses, Stiglich, Coronado (rbi) singled; with one out, Angene rbi single; Walker walked, filling the sacks; Phipps hbp, rbi.  Angene homered leading off Bulldog 6th.  Utah State scored top 7th on Ferguson solo HR.  Fresno State 26-13.  Utah State 14-17 



Prairie View A&M vs Houston-Victoria 4:00 PM Victoria, Texas
Prairie View A&M vs Houston-Victoria 6:00 PM Victoria, Texas

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