5-6-2012 Sunday May 6 D1 Scoreboard



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May 1 poll


1.  California def Oregon State 4-1

2.  Arizona State def Utah 13-5  (6)

3.  Oklahoma bombed by Texas 12-5

4.  Alabama def Florida 5-3

5.  Tennessee

6.  Louisiana-Lafayette def Louisiana Monroe 11-4

7.  Florida def by Alabama 5-3

8.  Louisville def St John’s 3-1

9.  Missouri

10. Texas def Oklahoma 12-5

11. Georgia def Arkansas 7-1

12. Oregon

13. Arizona def UCLA 7-6

14. Hawaii def Utah State 18-0 (5)/DH

15. Washington def by Stanford 10-0

16. Texas A&M def Kansas 9-0 (5)

17.  UCLA def by Arizona 7-6

18. South Florida def by Syracuse 7-0

19. Florida State 3, Maryland 4 (10)

20. North Carolina 1, Boston College 0

21. Stanford def Washington 10-0

22. Oregon State 1, California 4

23. Texas Tech def Oklahoma State 8-4

24. LSU def by Kentucky 1-0

25. Michigan vs Wisconsin//ppd




Kentucky 1, LSU 0.  WP Chanda Bell.  LP Rachele Fico.  The Wildcats swept the 3-game SEC series behind a no-hitter by Bell.  Game was scoreless until bottom 6th as Fico, the nation’s ERA leader, kept KU away from home plate.  Top 6th: Bell gave up a walk but struck out three Tigers.  Bottom: Joiner walked with one out; Carroll grounded out; O”Brien singled up the middle, rbi; Cumbess singled; Fico struck out Frazer, stranding two.  LSU went down in order in the 7th.  Kentucky 29-27/15-13.  LSU 34-21/15-13.

Texas 12, Oklahoma 5.  WP Rachel Fox.  LP Keilani Ricketts.  With a 5-4 lead, and ace Keilani Ricketts in the circle in relief, Sooner fans were visibly jubilant when the team took the field, top 6th.  Three outs later, the Longhorns had pummeled OU pitchers for 8 runs, five off Ricketts who was tagged for 2 home runs.  Actually, the Longhorns controlled the game — except for a brief span in the 4th.  This was Senior Day in Norman and OU started Kirsten Allen.  The Sooners loaded the bases on three walks, two out, bottom 1st, against Texas ace Blaire Luna but Sampson popped to 3rd, leaving three.  Craig opened the Horns 2nd with a double, the first of 15 hits by Texas; two outs later, Schmidt singled back to Allen, rbi.  Ogle singled, but was stranded.  Top 3rd: Hoagland walked, Bennett singled, Taylor doubled, 2 runs scored.  Michelle Gascoigne relieved Allen.  Taylor advanced on a wild pitch, but Craig grounded out and Scott fouled into a double play.  Shults jacked a two-out homer to narrow the margin to 3-1.  Thom led the Texas 4th with a double, scored one out later on Ogle’s single.  Ricketts relieved Gascoigne, and put out the fire, stranding two.  Bottom 5th: Martinez singled, Chamberlain walked; both advanced on a wild pitch; Ricketts walked, loading the bases with Sooners for the second time; Shults drew an rbi walk; Fox relieved Luna who had walked eight.  Casey doubled in 2 runs, but Shults was out tring to score from 1st.  Sampson walked; Turang reached on a throwing error  by Fox.  Reloaded, Norris singled, rbi.  Two outs later, OU left the bases loaded, but leading 5-4.  One out, top 6th, Ogle singled for the third time; Bruins reached on a fielder’s choice, Hoagland smacked a 3-run homer to right.  Bennett followed with a homer.  Bases loaded, Thom singled, rbi.  Schmidt reached on a fielder’s choice; Scott scored, then Craig scored on a throwing error by the 3rd baseman.  Allen returned to the OU circle.  Ogle grounded out, rbi.  8 runs on 5 hits, 1 error.  Ricketts singled, but the heart of the OU offense failed to connect.  Top 7th: Hoagland singled; Bennett doubled; Ricketts came back and retired the side.  Oklahoma 42-8/16-5.  Texas 41-10/15-8.

Hawaii 18, Utah State 0 (5).  WP Kaia Parnaby. 2H.  LP Dani Chaplin 7ER, 1HR.  Hawaii racked 17 hits, and took advantage of 3 errors by Utah State.  Hawaii scored 11 runs in the 2nd; including two 2-run singles by Duhaylonsod, a 2-run double by Wartner, an rbi double by Iwata who had 4 rbi and a homer in the game, an rbi double by Majam.  Hawaii scored another run in the 3rd, then 6 runs in the 4th.  Hawaii is 42-6/16-3,  Utah State 17-35/4-16.

Northwestern 8, Michigan State 0.  WP Meghan Lamberth.  LP Carly Nielsen.  Wildcats sweep series, outscoring Spartans 28-2. Maria Best slugged a grand slam.  Adrienne Monka also homered.  NU is 24-27/11-10.  Michigan State is 11-39/0-20 Big Ten.

Alabama 5, Florida 3.  WP Jackie Traina.  LP Hannah Rogers.  With the SEC regular season championship on the line, Bama came out strong, scoring 4 in the 1st.  Braud singled, stole 2nd; Fenton singled, the runners advancing on a throwing error by the left fielder; Locke hbp, loading the bases; Hunt doubled in 2 runs.  Lauren Haeger relieved Rogers.  Traina singled, rbi; Boccia singled, rbi.  Bama left two.  Bottom 2nd; Braud doubled, advanced on Fenton’s sac bunt, scored on Locke’s sac fly.  Top 4th: Moultrie led with a walk, Haeger homered, 5-2.  Horton immediately followed with a solo, 5-3.  Bama loaded the bases in the bottom, no score.  Ironically, for two hard hitting teams, the fourth inning marked the final offensive challenge by either team.  Alabama with a record of 47-6/23-5 wins the SEC regular season championship and will be seeded 1st in the tournament.  Florida finishes 44-10/21-7.

SEC Tournament. Florida, the #3 seed, will face LSU, the 6th seed.  #5 Kentucky will face #4 Georgia, which defeated Arkansas today 7-1.  Tennessee, which became the 2nd seed when Florida lost, and is Eastern Division champion, will face #7 Auburn.  Alabama will host the tournament; all games will be broadcast on ESPN, beginning Thursday.  #1 Alabama will play #8 Mississippi State.

 Georgia 7, Arkansas 1.  WP Erin Arevalo 10K.  LP Beasley.  Arkansas scored its run top 1st; Navarro doubled, scored on an error at short.  The Bulldogs took a 2-1 lead in the bottom; Sito was hbp, stole 2nd; one out, Wilson homered.  Bottom 2nd: Goulder slugged a 2-out homer.  Cohen relieved Beasley.  Georgia scored 3 in the 4th, on rbi’s by Hubbard, Sito, Pauly.  Sandberg led the Georgia 5th with a solo shot.  Georgia 40-14.  Arkansas 27-26.

North Carolina 1, Boston College 0.  WP Lori Spingola 3H, 9K.  LP Morgan Kidd.  Maryland’s victories over Florida State assured the Tar Heels of being #1 in the ACC.  Each pitcher was tagged for 3 hits but Kidd gave up a homer to Foulks leading off the 2nd.  North Carolina is 40-12/13-4.  Boston College 23-29/3-18.

California 4, Oregon State 1.  WP Jolene Henderson.  LP Paige Hall.  Cal won its seventh Pac 12 series.  Top 1st: Decker walked, Arioto doubled, Williams reached on an error. Decker scored.  Cal scored a run in the 3rd, then 2 in the 6th on Ziegenhirt’s 2-run homer.  OSU scored bottom 7th; Gilmore singled, scored on Santana single.  California 48-3/19-2.  Oregon State 33-19/8-12.

Arizona 7, UCLA 6th.  WP Shelby Babcock.  LP Jessica Hall.  S Kenzie Fowler.  Samantha Camuso, with 2 homers, accounted for all six UCLA runs, starting with a 3-run shot bottom 1st off Spigner.  Top 2nd: Pendley singled, scored on Goodacre single.  Wildcats tied game top 3rd on Del Ponte 2-run homer.  In the bottom, Camuso jacked a 2-out, 2-run homer.  Top 4th: Arriola homered, 5-4 Bruins.  Arizona 5th: Pendley singled in 2 runs; a run scored on Koria’s sac fly.  7-5 Wildcats.  Bottom 7th: Schroeder walked; with 2 out, Bates singled; Camuso singled to right, Schroeder scored.  Yudin struck out, leaving 2 on base.  Arizona 33-16/10-11.  UCLA 35-16/11-10.


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.


Note: not all games below are conference matchups, so you may find a team’s score in a different area



Boston swept UMBC 9-4, 10-1 (6)

Albany 7, Stony Brook 4

Maine 3, Hartford 4

Binghamton 5, Niagara 2/ DH Niagara 1-0



Rhode Island 1, Fordham 0 (8)/DH Rhode Island 6-3 (8)

St Bonaventure swept by Temple 11-0 (5), 5-1

U Mass 11, LaSalle 3/DH U Mass 5-1



Florida State 3, Maryland 4 (10)

North Carolina 1, Boston College 0 Tar Heels win ACC


BIG 12

Kansas 0, Texas A&M 9 (5)

Iowa State 1, Baylor 7

Texas 12, Oklahoma 5

Oklahoma State 4, Texas Tech 8



South Florida 0, Syracuse 7

Louisville 3, St John’s 1

Notre Dame 4, Pittsburgh 0

Providence 1, DePaul 5

Seton Hall 3, Villanova 4



Winthrop 1, Coastal Carolina 7

Radford 3, Charleston Southern 4 (9)



Michigan vs Wisconsin//ppd

Nebraska 2, Indiana 4

Northwestern 8, Michigan State 0

Purdue 12, Minnesota 2

Iowa 1, Ohio State 2

Penn State 2, Illinois 3



UC Davis vs Pacific

Cal Poly 0, UC Santa Barbara 8 (5)

CS Northridge 0, UC Riverside 10 (5)

Long Beach State 11, CS Fullerton 0



Central Florida 0, Marshall 1

East Carolina 3, Memphis 5

Southern Miss 1, Houston  7

Tulsa 3, UAB 0



Wright State vs UIC//ppd

Youngstown State vs Green Bay//ppd

Detroit vs Loyola//ppd



Siena swept by Fairfield 4-3 (9), 2-0

Marist 3, Iona 2 (8)/DH Iona 2-0

Rider swept by Canisius 8-2, 3-2

Manhattan swept St Peter’s 7-2, 11-4

Binghamton vs Niagara (see above)



Bowling Green 5, Ball State 8

Buffalo 2, Akron 5

Eastern Michigan 2, Central Michigan 10 (6)

Northern Illinois 2, Western Michigan 4

Toledo 1, Miami OH 9

Kent State 0, Ohio U 6



NC Central vs NC A&T DH

Delaware State 8, UMES 0 (6)DH ppd

Hampton 2,  Norfolk State 1/DH Norfolk State 6-3

Coppin State 4, Morgan State 1

Savannah State 5, NC State 1



Illinois State vs Northern Iowa//ppd

Indiana State 0, Evansville 7

Missouri State 4, Creighton 5 (8)

Southern Illinois 11, Bradley 3

Wichita State 2, Drake 7



UNLV 7, New Mexico 6

Boise State 1, San Diego State 7



Tennessee Tech swept by Morehead State 4-3, 5-1

Austin Peay 0, Eastern Illinois 1

Murray State 3, Eastern Kentucky 0

Tennessee State 4, SIU Edwardsville 1

UT Martin 2, Jacksonville State 10



California 4, Oregon State 1

Arizona 7, UCLA 6

Utah 5, Arizona State3 (6)

Washington 0, Stanford 10



LSU 0, Kentucky 1

Arkansas 1, Georgia 7

Mississippi State 1, Auburn 2

South Carolina 2, Ole Miss 3

Florida 3, Alabama 5



Georgia Southern swept Furman 4-2, 2-0

Chattanooga swept UNC Greensboro 7-1, 6-1

Elon swept by  College of Charleston 3-2, 7-6

Western Carolina 4, Samford 3



UMKC 15, Western Illinois 9



Louisiana Lafayette 11, Louisiana Monroe 4



Hawaii def  Utah State 18-0 (5)/DH Hawaii 10-3





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