5-5-2012 Saturday May 5 D1 Scoreboard

MAY 5 SATURDAY D1 SCOREBOARD

 

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Conference Weekly Honors May 1 are on www.spysoftball.com

 

ESPN USA SOFTBALL TOP 25
May 1 poll

 

1.  California def Oregon State 4-2

2.  Arizona State def Utah 6-4

3.  Oklahoma def Texas 9-3

4.  Alabama run-ruled Florida 9-1 (6)

5.  Tennessee

6.  Louisiana-Lafayette def by LA Monroe 4-2/DH

7.  Florida run-ruled by Alabama 9-1 (6) 

8.  Louisville 15, St John’s 4/DH Louisville leading 6-3 after 5

9.  Missouri def Oregon  7-3/DH Oregon won 8-3

10. Texas def by Oklahoma 9-3

11. Georgia def Arkansas 3-2/DH Arkansas 2-1

12. Oregon def Missouri 8-3 /DH Missouri won 7-3

13. Arizona lost to UCLA 7-2

14. Hawaii def Utah State 9-2

15. Washington def by Stanford 1-0

16. Texas A&M def Kansas 4-3

17.  UCLA def Arizona 7-2

18. South Florida 0, Syracuse 2/DH

19. Florida State def Maryland 4-3/DH Maryland 4-1

20. North Carolina 12, Boston College 2/DH Boston College 4-3

21. Stanford def Washington 1-0

22. Oregon State def by California 4-2

23. Texas Tech lost to Oklahoma State 5-0

24. LSU lost to Kentucky 2-1

25. Michigan def Wisconsin 5-1/DH Michigan 7-5

 

GAME NOTES
Kentucky 2, LSU 1. 
WP Rachel Riley. LP Brittany Mack.  S Chanda Bell.  Mack surrendered just 4 hits but 2 were dingers, accounting for both of the Wildcat runs.  Cervantes led bottom of the 1st with a solo.  Two out  in the 3rd, LSU tied the score.  Supak hbp; Langoni singled, Trosclair singled, rbi.  Two Tigers were standed; LSU stranded 7 in the game.  The Wildcats broke the tie when Carroll led off the KU 5th with a solo.  LSU had 6 hits, Kentucky 4.  LSU 345-20/15-12.  Kentucky 28-27/14-13.

Florida State 4, Maryland 3.  WP Jessica Nori.  LP Kendra Knight.  The Terps outhit the Seminoles 10-5, to no avail.  FSU scored twice top 1st on Jackson’s rbi double, Hamilton’s sac fly.  Maryland cut the lead in half, bottom 3rd, on Bustillo’s rbi double.  After FSU left 2 on in the 4th, the Terps took a 3-2 lead in the bottom, on Mancuso’s rbi double, Galindo’s rbi single.  Nori relieved Monica Perry.  Florida State loaded the bases, top 6th, Smith scored on an error at 2nd; Hensley scored.  FSU 45-11/16-3.  Maryland 32-19/8-8.

Alabama 9, Florida 1 (6). WP Jackie Traina.  LP Hannah Rogers.  Alabama powered its way to at least a share of the SEC regular season title.  Bama threatened, bottom 1st; Braud singled, stole 2nd; Locke flied out to right, Braud took off for home but was nailed by a very good relay from Gammel to Medina to Horton at home.  The Tide scored 3 bottom 2nd.  Hurt led off with a first pitch home run over left.  Traina walked (3-1), Hays in to run.  Boccia walked (3-2); Rogers was throwing a lot of balls.  Lunceford fouled out on a 3-2 count.  Dawson grounded to 2nd.  Conley singled up the middle, a hit that eluded a Medina dive; 2 runs scored.  Moultrie got the first hit off the A-Train as her Bama colleagues call Traina.  In the bottom 3rd, Bache relieved Rogers.  Fenton walked (3-2); Locke hit a powerful homer to left, 2 rbi.  Hurt reached on an error  by Gammel in right field.  Traina walked again (3-2).  Boccia hit a sac bunt.  Lunceford singled, 2 rbi  Dawson singled.  Conley brought home the fifth run on a sac fly.  8-0.  Top 5th: K Fagan singled, Gammel doubled; one out, the Florida run scored on Moultrie’s sac fly.  Bottom 6th: Braud singled, advanced on a wild pitch, but was out on Fenton’s fielder’s choice. Locke flied out but Hunt reached on an error by Coyle at short, Fenton scored.  Alabama 45-6/21-5.  Florida 44-8/21-5. (Just wasn’t a Gator day; two errant throws from Moultrie, known for throwing ropes from center, figured into scores by trailing runners.)

SEC footnote:  Alabama and Florida.  Bama held a one-game lead in SEC.  Florida pulled even by winning Friday.  Today’s game puts the Tide up by one game.  If Alabama wins on Sunday, it is the outright SEC season champion (as opposed to the SEC tournament champion).  If Florida wins Sunday, there will be a three-way tie with Alabama, Florida and Ternnessee sharing the season championship.   Tie-breakers will be used to seed the tournament, but the three will be considered co-champions by the SEC.

Arkansas 2, Georgia 1.  WP McLemore.  LP Montemayor.  S Beasley.  The Bulldogs took a 1-0 lead bottom 5th; two out, Sito singled, scored on Wilson’s single.  Mott opened the Lady Backs 6th with a single; Wallace homered.  Georgia outhit Arkansas 8-4.  Georgia 39-14.  Arkansas is 27-25.

Michigan 5, Wisconsin 1.  WP Haylie Wagner.  LP Cassandra Darrah.  The Wolverines, surprisingly at the bottom rung on the Top 25 ladder, are still the class of the Big Ten. UM scored all its runs in top 3rd.  Singles by Doyle,  Sappingfield and Chidester (rbi) brought home the first run.  Driesenga singled, then Lane jacked a grand slam.  Wisconsin, which outhit Michigan 7-6, scored bottom 7th.  Powell singled and scored on Massei’s double.  Michigan 35-15.  Wisconsin 33-16.

Oklahoma 9, Texas 3.  WP Michelle Gascoigne.  LP Rachel Fox.  S Keilani Ricketts.  Ricketts was 2-3, with a home run, a double, and 5 rbi, while also saving the game.  The Longhorns had built a 2-0 lead before the Sooners racked six runs in the 3rd.  Oklahoma is 42-7/16-4, while Texas is 40-10/14-8.  OU had bases loaded in 1st and 2nd, no runs.  But Texas scored 2, top 2nd; Craig opened with a homer to left center, Scott immediately followed with a homer to right.  The Horns stranded two in the 2nd and two again in the 3rd.  Bottom 3rd: Shults was hbp; Casey,the Friday night hero, walked. Sampson singled, rbi.  Casey scored on Turang’s sac bunt, tie score.  Bruins relieved Fox.  Vest hbp.  Norris drew an rbi walk; bases loaded, Martinez reached on a fielder’s choice, but Turang was out at home.  Two out, Ricketts doubled to center, 3 rbi.  OU left two on. Ricketts relieved to pitch the 5th; Texas down in order. Chamberlain opened the OU 5th with a single; Ricketts jacked a 2-run homer.  Shults homered to right. Fox went back to the Texas circle, and retired three Sooners.  Texas loaded the bases, top 6th; no score.  Top 7th: Hoagland walked, with two out, scored on Craig double.  The Texas loss drops the Horns into 3rd place while Missouri moves into 2nd in Big 12 standings.

California 4, Oregon State 2.  WP Jolene Henderson.  LP Marina Demore.  Box score says each team had 5 hits, and the Bears uncharacteristically made 3 errors, but Cal led the entire game, starting with a run in the 1st, when Arioto slugged a 2-out homer.  After stranding two in the 2nd, Cal scored three in the 3rd.  E.Reid walked, stole 2nd, scored on WillBatayoiams’ one-out double.  Four batters later, Williams scored on Jones single.  Beltran singled to start the Beavers 4th; pinch runner Batayola advanced to 2nd, then 3rd on a throwing error  by the shortstop, Batayola and Cavestany pulled a double steal, Batayola scored.  Cal added a run in the 5th when Kostreba hit a one-out homer.  Two Cal errors created a scoring opportunity for the Beavers in the 6th; Bases loaded, Garcia was hbp.  Cal is 47-3/18-2.  Oregon State is 33-18/8-11.

Stanford 1, Washington 0.  WP Nyree White.  LP Bryanna Walker.  S Teagan Gerhart.  UW outhit the Cardinal 6-3 but couldn’t score.  The Cardinal scored bottom 4th; Winter and White hit consecutive singles; Hansen reached on an rbi fielder’s choice, forcing Winter at 2nd but White scored.  UW left a runner at 3rd in the 5th; when Lahners doubled in the UW 7th, Gerhart relieved White, and collected the three outs to end the game.  Stanford is 35-16/8-12.  Washington is 36-16/7-15.

Maryland 4, Florida State 1.  WP Kendra Knight – 2H.  LP Lacey Waldrop.  Again, the Terps outhit the Seminoles, this time 9-2, but with a different outcome.  Gametracker had no other details.

UCLA 7, Arizona 2.  WP Jessica Hall.  LP Shelby Babcock.  Wildcats took 1-0 top 2nd; Pendley scored on Arriola single, but Cats left two in this inning and two more in 3rd. Hall relieved Carda after 2 at-bats. Bottom 3rd: UCLA took lead with 2 runs.  LaRosa walked, two out, Bates singled, Yudin walked; bases loaded, Camuso drew rbi walk; Tiumalu also drew bases-loaded  walk.  But, Bruins left bases loaded.  Bottom 5th: Harrison doubled, Bates walked, both advanced on Yudin sacrifice; Harrison scored on Camuso sac fly.  3-1. Bruins took control with 4 runs in 6th.  Fox walked; advanced on sac by Snow; Schroeder singled to the pitcher; Fox scored on the pitcher’s throwing error. LaRosa walked. Harrison singled, rbi.  Bates singled, rbi.  Two out, Camuso walked; loading the bases.  Tiumalu drew the third rbi walk.  The Wildcats got one score in the 7th on Del Ponte’s rbi single.  UCLA 35-15/15-9.  Arizona 32-16/9-11.

Arizona State 6, Utah 4.  WP Dallas Escobedo.  LP Generra Nielson.  Each team had 7 hits and an error.  Sun Devils behind starter Hillary Bach had 4-1 lead after five innings, but Utah tied with 3 runs top 6th.  Popescue then Escobedo relieved.  ASU scored 2 runs bottom 6th.  Haro doubled, scored on an error.  Boyd doubled in the sixth run.  ASU 33-5/16-2.  Utah 26-25/1-19.

Oregon 8, Missouri 3.  WP Jessica Moore.  LP Kristin Nottelmann.  S Karissa Hovinga.  Ducks homers Pappas and Peterson.
Missouri 7, Oregon 3.  WP Chelsea Thomas. LP Jessica Moore. Tigers scored 5 runs in 2nd.  Chambers 2-run HR for Oregon.

 

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, but has been compiling its own schedule from multiple sources the last few weeks.  Spy adds games and especially scores from other sources.

 

AMERICA EAST

Maine 2, Hartford 1/DH Maine 5-3

Albany 2, Stony Brook 5/DH

Boston U 6, UMBC 4

 

ATLANTIC 10

Dayton 2, Charlotte 4/DH

George Washington 2, St Louis 0/DH St Louis 2-1

Rhode Island 3, LaSalle 9

St Bonaventure 2, St Joseph’s 10

U Mass 6, Fordham 1

 

ATLANTIC COAST

Florida State def Maryland 4-3/DH Maryland 4-1

North Carolina def Boston College 12-2/DH Boston College 4-3

 

ATLANTIC SUN

USC Upstate swept Belmont 8-1, 8-0

East Tennessee State 0, Lipscomb 4/DH

 

BIG 12

Oklahoma State 5, Texas Tech 0

Iowa State 0, Baylor 6

Texas 3, Oklahoma 9

Kansas 3, Texas A&M 4

Missouri 5, Oregon  4/DH

 

BIG EAST

Louisville 15, St John’s 4/DH Louisville leading 6-3 after five

Notre Dame 5, Pittsburgh 0/DH Notre Dame 9-1

Providence 3, DePaul 2/DH DePaul 2-0

Seton Hall 0, Villanova 2/ DH Seton Hall 4-3

South Florida 0, Syracuse 2/DH South Florida 4-3

 

BIG SOUTH

Winthrop 2, Coastal Carolina 3 (10)/DH Coastal 4-1

Radford 5, Charleston Southern 0/DH

Presbyterian 1,  Campbell 3

Longwood 11, Liberty 3/DH Liberty 14-6

 

BIG TEN

Michigan 5, Wisconsin 1/DH Michigan 7-5

Northwestern 15, Michigan State 1/DH Northwestern 5-1

Purdue 3, Minnesota 5/DH Minnesota 5-2

Nebraska 2, Indiana 4/DH Indiana 6-2

Penn State 2, Illinois 4/DH Illinois 6-3

Iowa 2, Ohio State 0

 

BIG WEST

Cal Poly 1, UC Santa Barbara 4

CS Northridge 0, UC Riverside 1/DH Riverside 5-4

UC Davis 3, Pacific 0

Long Beach State 5, CS Fullerton 0/ DH LBSU 5-2

 

COLONIAL

Georgia State 2, George Mason 0

UNC Wilmington 0, Hofstra 3

Drexel 3, Delaware 4

Towson 6, James Madison 7

 

CONFERENCE USA

Central Florida 0, Marshall 4/ DH Marshall 5-0

East Carolina 5, Memphis 4/DH East Carolina 4-3

Southern Miss 5, Houston 7/DH Houston 4-3

Tulsa 1, UAB 2/DH Tulsa 3-0

 

HORIZON

Valparaiso 6, Cleveland State 4/DH Valpo 13-1

Wright State 8, UIC 4/DH UIC 6-0

Youngstown State 4, Green Bay 2/DH Green Bay 2-0

Detroit Mercy 1, Loyola 9/DH Loyola 5-1

 

INDEPENDENTS

Longwood 11, Liberty 3/DH Liberty 14-6

 

IVY LEAGUE

Penn 4, Cornell 0

 

METRO ATLANTIC

Rider 4, Niagara 5/DH Niagara 1-0

Fairfield 4, Manhattan 0/DH Manhattan 4-0

Marist 6, Siena 12/DH Siena 4-3

 

MID AMERICAN

Bowling Green 0, Ball State 6

Buffalo 1, Akron 4

Eastern Michigan 1, Central Michigan 5

Northern Illinois 3, Western Michigan 5

Kent State 2, Ohio University 3

Toledo 0, Miami OH 5

 

MID EASTERN

Bethune Cookman 5, Florida A&M 6/DH Florida A&M 8-0

NC Central 1, NC A&T 6

Delaware State vs UMES DH//ppd

Coppin State 7, Morgan State 6/DH Morgan State 4-3

Savannah State 7, SC State 1/DH Savannah State 7-0

Hampton 0, Norfolk State 4

 

MISSOURI VALLEY

Illinois State 1, Northern Iowa 0/DH Northern Iowa 3-0

Indiana State 3, Evansville 4 (10)/DH Evansville 4-1

Missouri State swept  Creighton 1-0, 13-11

Southern Illinois 4, Bradley 6/DH Bradley 4-0

Wichita State 4, Drake 6/DH Drake 4-2

 

MOUNTAIN WEST

Boise State 4, San Diego State 3

UNLV 7, New Mexico 13

 

OHIO VALLEY

Murray State 0, Eastern Kentucky 3/DH Murray State 10-7 (9)

Austin Peay 0, Eastern Illinois 1/DH Eastern Illinois 3-2

Tennessee State 0, SIU Edwardsville 16/DH SIU Edwardsville 6-5

Tennessee Tech 11, Morehead State 2/DH ppd

UT Martin 4, Jacksonville State 1/DH Jacksonville State 6-2

 

PACIFIC 12

California 4, Oregon State 2

Washington 0, Stanford 1

Arizona 2, UCLA 7

Utah 4, Arizona State 6

Oregon 8, Missouri 3/DH Missouri 7-3

 

SOUTHEASTERN

Arkansas 2, Georgia 3/DH Arkansas 2, Georgia 1

LSU 1, Kentucky 2

Mississippi State 1, Auburn 4

Florida 1, Alabama 9 (6)

South Carolina 3, Ole Miss 6

 

SOUTHERN

Chattanooga 9, UNC Greensboro 1/DH

Elon 2, College of Charleston 1/DH

Western Carolina 2, Samford 1/DH Western Carolina 3-2

Georgia Southern 7, Furman 0

 

SOUTHLAND

Texas A&M CC 11, Nicholls State 6

UT Arlington 0, SE Louisiana 6

Central Arkansas 3, McNeese State 1

Texas State 3, Sam Houston State 0

UTSA 2, SF Austin 1

 

SUMMIT

UMKC 6, Western Illinois 1/DH

Southern Utah 11, North Dakota State 6

South Dakota 0, IPFW 10

IUPUI vs South Dakota State

 

SUN BELT

Louisiana Lafayette 2, Louisiana Monroe 4/DH

Troy 2, South Alabama 3/DH

Western Kentucky vs Middle Tennessee DH

Florida Atlantic 0, Florida International 2

 

WESTERN

BYU 7, Nevada 4/DH

New Mexico State vs San Jose State DH

Louisiana Tech 0, Fresno State 4/DH Louisiana Tech 6-4

Hawaii 9, Utah State 2

 other

Charlotte 4, Dayton 2

Marshall 4, UCF 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

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