5-24-2013 Friday Super Regionals

FRIDAY SUPER REGIONAL SCHEDULE
Super Regional Round

May 23-26 (double-elimination)

Note the changed schedule for Norman Super Regional.

Ann Arbor | Austin | Columbia | Eugene | Gainesville | Knoxville | Norman | Tempe

ANN ARBOR SUPER REGIONAL May 24-25 | Ann Arbor, Mich.

Friday, May 24 Game 1: Louisiana-Lafayette 3, No. 8 Michigan 4 (8)

Saturday, May 25 Game 2: Louisiana-Lafayette vs. No. 8 Michigan, Noon (ESPN)
Game 3: Louisiana-Layfette vs. No. 8 Michigan, 3 p.m. (ESPN) (if necessary)

AUSTIN SUPER REGIONAL May 24-25 | Austin, Texas

Friday, May 24 Game 1: Florida State vs. No. 4 Texas, 9 p.m. POSTPONED

Saturday, May 25 Game 1: Florida State vs. No. 4 Texas, 3 p.m. (ESPNU) Game 2: Florida State vs. No. 4 Texas, 6 p.m. (ESPNU)
Game 3 (if necessary)

COLUMBIA SUPER REGIONAL May 23-24 | Columbia, Mo.

Thursday, May 23 Game 1: No. 11 Washington 2. No. 6 Missouri 1 (8)

Friday, May 24 Game 2: No. 11 Washington 1, No. 6 Missouri 0  Huskies advance to WCWS

EUGENE SUPER REGIONAL May 25-26 | Eugene, Ore.

Saturday, May 25 Game 1: No. 14 Nebraska vs. No. 3 Oregon, 8 p.m. (ESPNU)

Sunday, May 26 Game 2: No. 14 Nebraska vs. No. 3 Oregon, 3 p.m. (ESPNU) Game 3: No. 14 Nebraska vs. No. 3 Oregon, 6 p.m. (ESPNU) (if necessary)

GAINESVILLE SUPER REGIONAL May 25-26 | Gainesville, Fla.

Saturday, May 25 Game 1: UAB vs. No. 2 Florida, 1 p.m. (ESPNU)

Sunday, May 26 Game 2: UAB vs. No. 2 Florida, Noon (ESPN) Game 3: UAB vs. No. 2 Florida, 3 p.m. (ESPN) (if necessary)

KNOXVILLE SUPER REGIONAL May 24-25 | Knoxville, Tenn.

Friday, May 24 Game 1: No. 10 Alabama 2,  No. 7 Tennessee 3

Saturday, May 25 Game 2: No. 10 Alabama vs. No. 7 Tennessee, 5 p.m. (ESPN) Game 3: No. 10 Alabama vs. No. 7 Tennessee, 8 p.m. (ESPN2) (if necessary)

NORMAN SUPER REGIONAL May 23-24 | Norman, Okla.

Thursday, May 23 Game 1: No. 16 Texas A&M vs. No. 1 Oklahoma, POSTPONED

Friday, May 24 Game 1: No. 16 Texas A&M 2. No. 1 Oklahoma 10 (6)
Game 2: 16 Texas A&M vs. No. 1 Oklahoma tbd, Game 3 tbd if necessary

TEMPE SUPER REGIONAL May 25-26 | Tempe, Ariz.

Saturday, May 25 Game 1: No. 12 Kentucky vs. No. 5 Arizona State*, 10 p.m. (ESPN2)

Sunday, May 26 Game 2: No. 12 Kentucky vs. No. 5 Arizona State*, 5 p.m. (ESPN) Game 3: No. 12 Kentucky vs. No. 5 Arizona State*, 8 p.m. (ESPN2) (if necessary)

GAME NOTES
Michigan 4, Louisiana-Lafayette 3 (8)
WP Haylie Wagner in relief.  LP Jordan Wallace.  Michigan won on Lane’s walkoff, 2-run homer bottom 8th.  ULL  spotted the Wolverines  2 runs, bottom 1st, a lead UM held until the 7th.  Leading off, Doyle reached on the first of two close plays at 1st.  Sappingfield sacrificed.   Doyle reached 3rd on the first of several wild pitches/passed balls.  The box says Romero doubled, rbi.  Actually, Romero hit a fly ball to right center, which CF Cherry and two other fielders watched drop between them.  Romero scored on Blanchard’s single.  She went to 3rd on a wild pitch but Wallace nailed the first of 10Ks and Sweet popped.  The players on both teams treated viewers to sparkling defensive plays, Romero showing agility at short on two deflected balls which would have been hits.  ULL left runners on 2nd and 3rd top 6th.  With 2 out in the ULL 7th, UM was a strike away but Meyers slashed a 1-2 pitch for a single.  Cherry jacked a 1-0 pitch over the fence in right center, tying the game.  UM down in order.  Top 8th: Haack homered to left, ULL up 3-2. One out, Corbello singled, pinch ruinner Thomas advanced on a wild pitch; Walsh singled to left.  Wagner relieved starter Sara Driesenga, and fanned May. Walsh stole 2nd; but Fernandez fouled out to 3rd.  The conventional wisdom is that you can’t give breaks to an experienced, well-coached team, and again the Wolverines made the Ragin Cajuns pay in the 8th. Blanchard was hit by Wallace’s first pitch.  Lane’s foul pop-up outside 1st was caught and dropped by  Haack.  Pinch runner Virgit advanced on a passed ball.  Lane slugged a 1-1 pitch over the left field fence.  The defensive play of the game was made by Sappingfield in right; two on, two out in 5th, Cherry socked a pitch to right which Sappingfield deflected as it cleared the wall back onto the field, holding both runners while snuffing a three-run homer.

Washington 1, Missouri 0  Washington advances to Women’s College World Series
WP Bryanna Walker  LP Chelsea Thomas.  Save Kaitlyn Inglesby.  Each pitcher was tagged for 2 hits. The first Husky hit was the dagger in the Tigers: Hayward led off  with a home run on a 2-0 count — the only run of the game.  Missouri forced a pitching change top 6th: Crane and Marston singled; Kaitlyn Inglesby relieved Walker.  Three groundouts ended the at-bat. Washington will face the winner of the Oregon/UAB super regional.

Oklahoma 10, Texas A&M 2 (6)
WP Keilani Ricketts 2H, 13K.  LP Mel Dumezich 6H..  Ricketts 3-run walkoff home run in 6th ends game on run-rule.  Ricketts struck out first five Aggies.  OU 1st: Chamberlain walked; one out, Chamberlain advanced on wild pitch; two out, Ricketts singled, rbi.  OU 2nd: Williams hbp; two outs;  Turang doubled, rbi, Chamberlain doubled, rbi, but out at 3rd.  May led the Aggie 3rd with the first Aggie hit, a solo.  One out, Aggie 4th, Lanphear slugged her 20th HR; TAMU leads D1. The Sooners loaded the bases on the 5thbut left three stranded.  OU 6th: Williams walked, Vest in to run; Martinez singled; Parsons out on infield fly; Turang singled, loading the bases; Chamberlain and Casey drew rbi ealks on 3-2 counts.  Lauren Ainsley relieved Dumezich.  Pendley walked, rbi; Chamberlain scored on a wild pitch; Ricketts jacked a 3-run home run on a 3-2 count.

Tennessee 3, Alabama 2
WP Ellen Renfroe 2H, 4BB. LP Jackie Traina 4H, HR.  Save Ivy Renfroe.  Each team scored a run in 2nd.  Bama 2nd: one out, Apencer and Richard walked; Conley singled, rbi.  Vols: 2 out, Akamine homered. Bama loaded the bases top 3rd with one out; Renfroe struck out Spencer and Richard, no score.  Vols 3rd: bases loaded, Tarango singled in 2 runs. Bama 4th: Hawkins singled, Graud walked; Ivy Renfroe relieved Ellen; two out, McCleney doubled rbi.  Bama had two runners remainder of game.

SATURDAY SCHEDULE (posted by NCAA)
1200 Oklahoma vs Texas A&M
1200 Michigan vs Louisiana Lafayette
100    UAB vs Florida
300    Michigan vs Louisiana Lafayette (if necessary)
300     Oklahoma vs Texas A&M (if necessary)
500      Tennessee vs Alabama
600     Florida State vs Texas
800      Nebraska vs Oregon
800      Tennessee vs Alabama (if necessary)
1000     Kentucky vs Arizona State

 


 

Women’s College World Series

May 30-June 5 (double-elimination) | Oklahoma City

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