MAY 1 2010 D1 COLLEGE
TOP 25 (ESPN USA Softball Poll 4-27-10)
NOTE: NCAA individual and team statistics 4-25-10 are published on www.spysoftball.org
Note: this game day report will be updated from 3pm to midnight ET
Note: NCAA RPI rankings 4-25-10 are posted on www.spysoftball.org
- WASHINGTON def Oregon State 9-0
- MICHIGAN def Kentucky 8-4
- ARIZONA def California 4-1 (9)
- ALABAMA def Tennessee 4-2, 7-6
- FLORIDA swept Mississippi State 8-0, 9-1
- UCLA def Oregon 10-2
- GEORGIA TECH swept North Carolina State 11-4, 9-2
- ARIZONA STATE lost to Stanford 8-0 (5)
- OKLAHOMA def Kansas 2-0
- OKLAHOMA STATE def Nebraska 4-0
- TEXAS* def Iowa State 8-0 (5)
- STANFORD def Arizona State 8-0 (5)
- MISSOURI def Baylor 9-2
- CALIFORNIA lost to Arizona 4-1 (9)
- TENNESSEE lost to Alabama 4-2, 7-6
- OREGON lost to UCLA 10-2 (5)
- ILLINOIS def Michigan State 11-1
- HAWAII** vs Fresno State
- TEXAS A&M** def Texas Tech 10-6
- FLORIDA STATE split with Virginia
- U MASS
- OHIO STATE def Iowa 4-3
- NOTRE DAME
- LSU and Texas are tied for 12th
** Hawaii and Texas A&M are tied for 20th
Teams Ranked by Other Polls
Louisville vs South Florida DH
DePaul vs Georgetown DH
Hofstra vs Georgia State
New Mexico vs Byu
CONFERENCE AND OTHER 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 in red/black below are UCS rankings.
SWAC Tournament––Irondale, Ala. Chance of Scattered Thunderstorms, 78
Game 9 L7 Alabama State 5, W5 Southern 4. Southern eliminated.
Game 10 L8 Jackson State 3, W6 Alcorn State 6. Jackson State eliminated.
Game 11 W7 Mississippi Valley State 8, Alabama State 0 (5). Alabama State eliminated.
Game 12 W10 Alcorn State 13, W8 Grambling State 1 (5)
Virginia Tech 11, Boston College 5
Boston College 7, Virginia Tech 6
Virginia 2, #23 Florida State 1
WP Melanie Mitchell. LP Sarah Hamilton
#23 Florida State 9, Virginia 6
WP Sarah Hamilton. LP Melanie Mitchell
#7 Georgia Tech 11, North Carolina State 4
WP Hope Rush. LP Lindsay Campana
#7 Georgia Tech 9, North Carolina State 2
WP Kristen Adkins. LP Stephanie Call.
Boston 5, Maine 0
Maine 7, Boston 2
Stony Brook 4, Binghamton 4
Binghamton 4, Stony Brook 1
Hartford 5, UMBC 3
UMBC 7, Hartford 5 (8)
St Bonaventure 1, Saint Louis 0
Saint Louis 1, St. Bonaventure 0
Saint Joseph’s 9, La Salle 1
Rhode Island 3, Dayton 2
Dayton 11, Rhode Island 6
Charlotte 3, George Wasington 2
Campbell swept Belmont 4-2, 2-0
#10 Illinois 11, Michigan State 1
WP Monica Perry. LP Lauren Kramer
Northwestern 8, Penn State 6
Purdue 7, Minnesota 0
#22 Ohio State 4, Iowa 3
WP Melanie Nichols. LP Chelsea Lyons
Wisconsin 4, Indiana 1
#15 Missouri 9, Baylor 2
WP Jana Hainey. LP Courtney Repka
The Bears led 2-0 after Hanafin’s 2-run homer, top 2nd, but the Tigers posted 5 runs bottom 4th. After Scweisberge singled in a run, Hudson jacked a 3-run shot over center. Schneider singled. Vasquez relieved Repka. Schneider scored on Vock’s single. Missouri added two each in the 5th and 6th. Missouri is now 40-9. Bayklor 26-21.
#19 Texas 8, Iowa State 0
WP Blaire Luna No Hitter LP Rachel Zabriskie
Horns hit five home runs: Hooks, Bennett, Thrasher, Craig, and Taylor.
#12 Oklahoma State 4, Nebraska 0
WP Anna Whiddon. 2-hitter, 8K. LP Ashley Hagemann
Whiddon had a no-hitter through six innings; Brechtel and Thomason singled to open the Husker 7th. The Cowgirls scored 3 bottom 1st on Ward’s 3-run homer. After Whiddon struck out the side in the 6th, OSU scored its final run Anchors scored on Bright single. OSU 42-11, 11-4. NU 28-24, 6-9.
#11 Oklahoma 2, Kansas 0
WP Keilani Ricketts, 2-hitter, 9K. LP Allie Clark
The Jayhawks are in the Big 12 cellar but they pushed the Sooners hard, limiting them to 6 hits. OU scored bottom 3rd. Florses walked, Shults singled; Sallis in to run, stole 2nd; Vandever struck out; Nix reached on fielder’s choice, Flores scoring. Nix stole 2nd; Ricketts walked. Sallis scored on Norris’ rbi groundout. Oklahoma 38-10, 12-3. Kansas 19-31, 1-14.
#33 Texas A&M 10, #25 Texas Tech 6
WP Melissa Dumezich. LP Ashly Jacobs.
Not a pitching contest; teams scored 16 runs on 24 hits. Teams were tied 3-3 until TAMU scored 3 runs top 5th; two on Reynolds single after Merlich relieved Jacobs, who was responsible for the runners. Tech tried to close the gap with Hall’s 2-run homer bottom 6th. The Aggies scored another trio in the 7th; Orsak rbi single, Schwirtlich 2- run single. The Aggies had a solo by Kliesing; Schwirtlich, Shannon, Reynolds each had 2 rbi. Hall led Tech 3-4, a home run, 4 rbi. Texas A&M 38-13, 9-6. Texas Tech 35-14, 7-10.
St John’s 4, Rutgers 3
Rutgers 5, St. John’s 2
Providence 2, Seton Hall 0
Providence 6, Seton Hall 0 Danielle Glosson 1-hitter
Villanova 3, Connecticut 1
Villanova 4, Connecticut 0
Syracuse 8, Pittsburgh 0
Pittsburgh 4, Syracuse 0
#32 Louisville 4, South Florida 0 Tori Collins 2-hitter
South Florida 2, #32 Louisville 1
DePaul 7, Georgetown 0
DePaul 14, Georgetown 0
Winthrop 10, Coastal Carolina 2
Coastal Carolina 3, Winthrop 1
Presbyterian swept Liberty 4-2, 3-1
UC Davis 5, UC Riverside 4
UC Davis 4, UC Riverside 1
UC Santa Barbara 5, Long Beach State 2
UC Santa Barbara 2, Long Beach State 1
CS Northridge 5, Cal Poly 0
CS Northridge 5, Cal Poly 3
Pacific 8, CS Fullerton 6
CS Fullerton 4, Pacific 3
Drexel 4 James Madison 3
WP-Hillary Allen (11-8) LP-Cara Stecher (9-14)
James Madison 4 Drexel 1
WP-Olivia McPherson (5-5) 2-Hitter LP-Katrina Gaudier (4-6)
Delaware 1 Towson 0
WP-Amanda Stacevicz (11-11) LP-Katie Lingmai (12-7)
Delaware 5 Towson 2
WP-Pagano (7-11) LP-Dominique Ortega (9-5)
UNC-Wilmington 1 George Mason 0
WP-Samme Lisowsky (4-16) 2-Hitter LP-Becky Anderson (9-6)
George Mason 2 UNC-Wilmington 0
WP-Miranda Cranford (6-13) LP-Amanda Davenport (2-11)
Georgia State 1 #26 Hofstra 0 (10 inn)
WP-McCall Langford (13-2) 6-Hitter LP-Olivia Galati (20-6) 4-Hitter 11 K’s
#26 Hofstra 5, Georgia State 1
WP Erin Wade. LP A Thomas
Conference USAEast Carolina 4, Southern Mississippi 0
East Carolina 1, Southern Mississippi 0
Houston 5, Marshall 3
Houston 3, Marshall 2
Memphis 4, UAB 1
UAB 5, Memphis 2
UTEP 4, Tulsa 2
Tulsa 2, UTEP 1
Illinois-Chicago 12, Detroit 0
Illinois-Chicago vs Detroit 3:00 PM Detroit, Mich.
Valparaiso 8, Youngstown State 0
Valparaiso 4, Youngstown State 1
Cleveland State 9, Loyola-Chicago 0
Cleveland State 3, Loyola-Chicago 0
Brown vs Yale 12:30 PM New Haven, Conn.
Brown vs Yale 2:30 PM New Haven, Conn.
Penn vs Columbia 12:30 PM New York, N.Y.
Penn vs Columbia 2:30 PM New York, N.Y.
Dartmouth vs Harvard 2:00 PM Cambridge, Mass.
Dartmouth vs Harvard 4:00 PM Cambridge, Mass.
Eastern Michigan vs Buffalo 2:00 PM Buffalo, N.Y.
Central Michigan vs Kent State 2:00 PM Kent, Ohio
Toledo vs Akron 2:00 PM Akron, Ohio
Ohio 10, Bowling Green 9 (8)
Ohio 9, Bowling Green 1
Ball State vs Western Michigan 2:00 PM Kalamazoo, Mich.
Northern Illinois 3, Miami 2
Siena 3, Marist 2
Siena 9, Marist 2
Iona vs Niagara 12:00 PM Niagara University, N.Y.
Iona vs Niagara 2:00 PM Niagara University, N.Y.
Fairfield vs Canisius 12:00 PM Buffalo, N.Y.
Fairfield vs Canisius 2:00 PM Buffalo, N.Y.
Manhattan vs Rider 1:00 PM Lawrenceville, N.J.
Manhattan vs Rider 3:00 PM Lawrenceville, N.J.
Coppin State vs Maryland-Eastern Shore 1:00 PM Princess Anne, Md.
Coppin State vs Maryland-Eastern Shore 3:00 PM Princess Anne, Md.
Delaware State vs Hampton 1:00 PM Hampton, Va.
Delaware State vs Hampton 3:00 PM Hampton, Va.
South Carolina State vs Winston-Salem State 1:00 PM Winston-Salem, N.C.
South Carolina State vs Winston-Salem State 3:00 PM Winston-Salem, N.C.
Norfolk State vs North Carolina A&T 1:00 PM Greensboro, N.C.
Norfolk State vs North Carolina A&T 3:00 PM Greensboro, N.C.
Bethune-Cookman vs Florida A&M 1:00 PM Tallahassee, Fla.
Bethune-Cookman vs Florida A&M 3:00 PM Tallahassee, Fla.
Howard vs Morgan State 2:00 PM Baltimore, Md.
Howard vs Morgan State 4:00 PM Baltimore, Md.
Drake vs Evansville 12:00 PM Evansville, Ind.
Drake vs Evansville 2:00 PM Evansville, Ind.
Creighton 8, Illinois State 0
Illinois State 2, Creighton 1
Northern Iowa vs Southern Illinois 12:00 PM Carbondale, Ill.
Northern Iowa vs Southern Illinois 2:00 PM Carbondale, Ill.
Indiana State vs Missouri State 12:00 PM Springfield, Mo.
Indiana State vs Missouri State 2:00 PM Springfield, Mo.
Bradley vs Wichita State 12:00 PM Wichita, Kan.
Bradley vs Wichita State 2:00 PM Wichita, Kan.
Colorado State 16, Utah 2
BYU 6, New Mexico 1
San Diego State 3, UNLV 0
Sacred Heart 1, Bryant 0
Bryant vs Sacred Heart 3:00 PM Fairfield, Conn.
Quinnipiac vs Central Connecticut 1:00 PM New Britain, Conn.
Quinnipiac vs Central Connecticut 3:00 PM New Britain, Conn.
Robert Morris vs Long Island 1:00 PM Brooklyn, N.Y.
Robert Morris vs Long Island 3:00 PM Brooklyn, N.Y.
Saint Francis swept Wagner 7-6, 2-1
Mount St. Mary’s 8, Fairleigh Dickinson 1
Mount St. Mary’s vs Fairleigh Dickinson 3:00 PM Teaneck, N.J.
Eastern Illinois vs Tennessee State 12:00 PM Nashville, Tenn./rain, DH Sunday
Eastern Illinois vs Tennessee State 2:00 PM Nashville, Tenn.
Eastern Kentucky vs Tennessee Tech 1:00 PM Cookeville, Tenn./rain DH Sunday
Eastern Kentucky vs Tennessee Tech 3:00 PM Cookeville, Tenn.
Jacksonville State vs Austin Peay TBD Clarksville, Tenn./rain DH Sunday
Jacksonville State vs Austin Peay TBD Clarksville, Tenn.
Morehead State vs Murray State 1:00 PM Murray, Ky./rain DH Sunday
Morehead State vs Murray State 3:00 PM Murray, Ky.
Tennessee-Martin 4, Southeast Missouri 3
Tennessee-Martin vs Southeast Missouri 3:00 PM Cape Girardeau, Mo./rain DH Sunday
#20 Stanford 8, #8 Arizona State 0 (5)
WP Jenna Rich 2-hitter. LP Sam Parlich
The Sun Devils could muster just two hits, while the Cardinal were swinging from the knob, launching a 10-hit attack which netted 4 runs bottom 1st. Haber and Hansen singled, Koplitz walked, bags full, no outs. Rich singled to center, 2 rbi. Neill singled, rbi. With one out, runners advanced on a wild pitch. Van Zandt singled, rbi. Elliott relieved Parlich. Becerra lined into double play. Hassman walked to open the Cardinal 2nd; with two out, Koplitz walked again. Rich doubled, 2 more rbi. Boyd singled, Donnenwirth walked in ASU 4th, and were left on base. Becerra reached on an error, scored in 4th on Hansen sac fly. Cardinal reached run rule in 5th; Koplitz, Rich singled, Burns walked, bases loaded, Van Zandt singled. In Pac 10, Arizona State is 38-11, 7-7. Stanford is 32-13, 5-9. The teams play again on Sunday.
#3 Arizona 4, #16 California 1 (9)
WP Kenzi Fowler. LP Valerie Arioto
Third-ranked Arizona took advantage of some late California miscues and won its first extra-inning game of the season, 4-2, in a nine-inning pitchers’ duel with the No. 13 Bears Saturday. Fowler (29-5) struck out 11 and scattered seven hits in the complete game victory. Arioto (17-7), matched her pitch for pitch through eight, but was given the hook after Arizona broke the tie in the ninth. Arizona improved to 40-7 and 10-4 in Pac-10 play. Cal dropped to 35-15 and 5-9. Through seven scoreless innings, Brittany Lastrapes hit a one-out double in the eighth then moved to third when Lauren Schutzler reached on an error. K’Lee Arredondo hit a grounder to second baseman Shannon Thomas, but Lastrapes beat the throw home on a close play to put Arizona on the board. Schutzler, meanwhile, was caught in a rundown on the play. Brigette Del Ponte singled off the glove of Arioto but Lini Koria struck out to end the threat. Jace Williams tied the game with a home run to open the bottom half, but Fowler got two strikeouts and a groundout to end the inning. Arizona opened up a 4-1 lead in the ninth. Baillie Kirker drew a walk and Kristen Arriola singled to left before Karissa Buchanan advanced them with a sacrifice bunt. Arioto, not wanting to deal with Lastrapes, issued an intentional walk to load the bases. Schutzler came through with a hard grounder that Thomas booted at second, allowing pinch runner Becca Tikey to score. Arredondo drew a bases-loaded walk, then Arioto was relieved by Jolene Henderson. Stacie Chambers hit a sac fly to score Lastrapes, but Del Ponte struck out. Fowler allowed a two-out RBI single in the bottom half, but forced a groundout to close the game.
#2 Washington 9, Oregon State 0 (5)
WP Danielle Lawrie 1-hitter (4 innings). LP Kelly Dyer
The Huskies struck quickly, scoring 5 bottom 1st. Pohlman led with a double, Williams jacked a one-out 2-run homer. Wright followed immediately with a solo shot. Fagaly walked with two out; Stuart doubled, and Hall relieved Dyer. Smith singled in two runs. Fleischman hbp, Pohlman walked, filling the sacks. Salling forced Smith at 3rd. Holladay relieved Hall to pitch the 2nd. UW racked four more runs. Williams doubled; with two out, Fagaly rbi single; Stuart belted a 2-run homer. Smith followed with a solo. 9-0. Washington 39-5. Oregon State is 22-26.
#5 UCLA 10, #13 Oregon 2 (5)
WP Whitney Baker. LP Sam Skillingstad
The Bruins went yard four times. Bottom 1st: A Harrison 2-run homer. Bottom 2nd: Camuso walked, Burney homered. Endicott relieved Skillingstad. Bates singled, scored on DiSalvatore triple. 5-0. Bates doubled in 2 runs. Rumfelt relieved Endicott. Bottom 4th: Langenfeld walked, A Harrison hit her second 2-run home run. Kivett and Rumfelt put the Ducks on the board with solo homers top 5th. UCLA scored one in the bottom to reach run-rule; DiSalvatore homered. UCLA 45-9, 9-5. Oregon 31-12, 7-7.
Portland State 14, Weber State 6 (5)
Portland State 3, Weber State 2
Utah Valley 8, Idaho State 7
Utah Valley 11, Idaho State 1 (5)
San Diego 6, Loyola Marymount 3
San Diego 4, Loyola Marymount 1
CS Bakersfield vs Sacramento State 12:00 PM Sacramento, Calif.
CS Bakersfield vs Sacramento State 2:00 PM Sacramento, Calif.
Saint Mary’s 8, Santa Clara 7
Saint Mary’s 7, Santa Clara 4
Seattle swept Northern Colorado 6-4, 5-1
Lehigh vs Holy Cross 12:00 PM Worcester, Mass.
Lehigh vs Holy Cross 2:00 PM Worcester, Mass.
Colgate vs Lafayette 12:00 PM Easton, Pa.
Colgate vs Lafayette 2:00 PM Easton, Pa.
Bucknell 4, Army 3
Army 6, Bucknell 5
#6 Florida 8, Mississippi State 0
WP Stephanie Brombacher 3-hitter. LP Misty Flesher
#6 Florida 9, Mississippi State 1
WP Ensley Gammel 2-hitter, 9K. LP Lindsey Dunlap
Arkansas 5, Mississippi 0
Arkansas 9, Mississippi 0 (5)
#4 Alabama 4, #9 Tennessee 2
WP Kelsi Dunne 12K. LP Cat Hosfield
Two out, bottom 2nd, Lunceford scored for Bama on Dawson double. Vols tied top 3rd Chavanne singled, scored on Grieve fielder’s choice; Dunn struck out three. The Tide went up 3-1, bottom 4th, on solo homers by Larsen and Lunceford. Spigner singled with out in Vols 6th; pinch runner Taylor scored on Huff double. Kajitani singled, but Gibson and Webb looked at third strikes, stranding two. Larsen singled, scored on Conley sac fly in 6th. With another game to play, Alabama is 40-9, 18-4. Tennessee 39-9, 15-5.
#4 Alabama 7, #9 Tennessee 6 Vols rallied for 5 runs top 7th
WP Charlotte Morgan 5H. LP Ivy Renfro
The Tide started off where the first game ended — Boccia slugging a 2-run homer bottom 1st. With two out in the Bama 3rd, Lunceford hbp; Locke singled, Conley jacked a 3-run homer. 5-0. Dawson homered. Davis and Braud singled. Hosfield relieved Renfro. Boccia walked, loading the bases, Morgan was hbp, rbi. 7-0. Teams took turns stranding single runners until the Vols 6th Huff reached on a fielder’s choice, and scored on Gibson’s double. Trailing 7-1, Tennessee unlimbered its bats; Brown and Hammond singled, Dunne to pitch. Chavanne struck out; Dotson singled, Spigner looked at a third strike; after 3 runs scored, Brown, Hammond, Grieve, Huff belted a 2-run homer scoring Dotson. 7-6. Gibson looked at a third strike. Alabama 42-9, 20-4. Tennessee 38-11, 15-7.
Chattanooga swept UNC Greensboro 3-2 (8), 6-2
College of Charleston 2, Furman 1
Furman 11, College of Charleston 8
Georgia Southern swept Elon 3-2, 14-9
Samford 10, Western Carolina 4
Samford 9, Western Carolina 0
Stephen F. Austin 3, Nicholls State 0
Nicholls State 10, Stephen F. Austin 4
Southeastern Louisiana vs McNeese State 1:00 PM Lake Charles, La.
Southeastern Louisiana vs McNeese State 3:00 PM Lake Charles, La.
Central Arkansas vs Sam Houston State 1:00 PM Huntsville, Texas
Central Arkansas vs Sam Houston State 3:00 PM Huntsville, Texas
Texas-Arlington vs Texas A&M-CC 1:00 PM Corpus Christi, Texas
Texas-Arlington vs Texas A&M-CC 3:00 PM Corpus Christi, Texas
Northwestern State 1, Texas State 0
Texas State 6, Northwestern State 4
Western Illinois 2, Oakland 0
IPFW vs IUPUI 12:00 PM Indianapolis, Ind.
UMKC vs North Dakota State 3:00 PM Fargo, N.D.
UMKC vs North Dakota State 5:00 PM Fargo, N.D.
Centenary vs South Dakota State 12:00 PM Brookings, S.D.
FIU swept Louisiana-Monroe 3-2, 5-1
South Alabama vs Western Kentucky 1:00 PM Bowling Green, Ky.
South Alabama vs Western Kentucky 3:00 PM Bowling Green, Ky.
Louisiana-Lafayette swept North Texas 2-0, 2-1
Florida Atlantic swept Middle Tennessee 2-0, 2-0.
Louisiana Tech 3, Nevada 1
Louisiana Tech 9, Nevada 7
San Jose State vs Boise State 1:00 PM Boise, Idaho
San Jose State vs Boise State 3:00 PM Boise, Idaho
Utah State vs New Mexico State 2:00 PM Las Cruces, N.M.
#31 Fresno State vs #17 Hawaii 4:00 PM Honolulu, Hawaii
#31 Fresno State vs #17 Hawaii 6:00 PM Honolulu, Hawaii
Maryland 3, Longwood 1
Longwood 5, Maryland 1
#1 Michigan 8, Kentucky 4
WP Nikki Nemitz. LP Rachel Riley
Wolverines rallied in 6th. Evans scored bottom 3rd on St Clair single. KU took lead top 4th; Allen scored on Aull double, Aull scored on Rowlands double. UM regained lead with Powers two-run homer in bottom. KU went up 4-3 in with 2 runs in 5th; DeMartine 2-run single. Michigan racked 5 runs bottom 6th; Nemitz led off with a game-tying homer. Powers doubled, scored with two out on Findlay single; Viefhaus hbp, St Clair rbi single; Shaw walked, Chidester 2-run double. Michigan 40-8. Kentucky 29-23.
Gardner-Webb vs East Tennessee State 3:00 PM Johnson City, Tenn.
Gardner-Webb vs East Tennessee State 5:00 PM Johnson City, Tenn.
North Dakota vs South Dakota 3:00 PM Vermillion, S.D.
North Dakota vs South Dakota 5:00 PM Vermillion, S.D.