5-8-10 May 8 2010 D1 College

MAY 8 2010 D1 COLLEGE            

TOP 25 (ESPN USA Softball Poll 5-4-10)            

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

  1. WASHINGTON def Stanford 2-1
  2. MICHIGAN def Michigan State 10-0 (5)
  3. ALABAMA v Mississippi State 8-2,  10-1
  4. ARIZONA lost to  Oregon 2-1 (11)
  5. FLORIDA def South Carolina 20-0 (5), 6-1
  6. UCLA rallied in 7th to defeat California 3-1
  7. GEORGIA TECH
  8. ARIZONA STATE loses to Oregon State 2-1
  9. OKLAHOMA
  10. GEORGIA
  11. LSU lost first game to  Tennessee 6-5,  LSU won second 3-0
  12. TEXAS
  13. OKLAHOMA STATE swept by Texas A&M 3-1, 2-1
  14. MISSOURI lost to Nebraska 5-2
  15. CALIFORNIA edged by  UCLA 3-1
  16. STANFORD lost to Washington 2-1
  17. ILLINOIS
  18. TENNESSEE def LSU 6-5, lost second game 3-0
  19. OREGON def Arizona 2-1 (11)
  20. TEXAS A&M def Oklahoma State 3-1, 2-1
  21. HAWAII
  22. OHIO STATE def Penn State 3-1
  23. FLORIDA STATE
  24. U MASS def Temple 5-0 (5)
  25. NOTRE DAME def St John’s 6-3,  DH

             

CONFERENCE AND OTHER GAMES
SPY adapts the basic schedule compiled by Ultimate College Softball, adding data from Gametracker, UCS, NFCA, college web sites and emails to SPY.  Numerals in red/black below are UCS rankings.
            

             

Ivy League Championship–Ithaca, N.Y.     Chance of Showers and Windy, 53            

Best of Three/Cornell earns NCAA bid
Cornell 3, Harvard 1
WP Elizabeth Dalrymple 9K
Harvard 4,  Cornell 2 (8) WP Rachel Brown
Cornell 3, Harvard 2 WP Elizabeth Dalrymple (20-5)             

ACC            

Maryland vs Boston College 1:00 PM Chestnut Hill, Mass./cancelled DH Sunday
Maryland vs Boston College 3:00 PM Chestnut Hill, Mass.            

America East            

Stony Brook 3, Maine 2
Maine 9,  Stony Brook 1
            

Hartford vs Boston 1:00 PM Boston, Mass./cancelled DH Sunday
Hartford vs Boston 3:00 PM Boston, Mass.            

UMBC 1, Albany 0
Albany 7,  UMBC 3
            

Atlantic 10            

Massachusetts 5, Temple 0
WP Sara Plourde 1-hitter, 10K.  LP  Lauren Spoo.
Plourde broke the single season record with her 35th win.  Marris led the game with a single, which would be Temple’s only hit.  U Mass scored four in the bottom half.  Normandin led with a solo shot; Libby and Bettencourt walked; Carta singled rbi; with two out, Magill walked, loading the bases; Rogers reached on an error, two runs scored.  The Minutewomen added a run bottom 2nd.  Williams singled, Normandin walked, Libby forced Williams, Reeves singled, driving in Normandin.  U Mass 36-7-1.  Temple 18-29.
                      

St. Bonaventure 8,  La Salle 0            

George Washington 7, Dayton 5
Dayton 11,  George Washington 0 (5) 
           

Charlotte 1,  Saint Louis 0 (9)
St Louis 8, Charlotte 0 (5) 
           

Atlantic Sun            

Kennesaw State sweeps North Florida 3-0, 2-0Nebra            

Campbell 2, USC-Upstate 1
USC-Upstate 1,  Campbell 0
WP Morgan Childers (31-6).  LP Lauren Stephan            

Big 10            

Ohio State 3,  Penn State 1
WP Melanie Nichols (21-2).  LP Jackie Hill            

Wisconsin 10,  Northwestern 7            

Iowa 8,  Minnesota 0            

Indiana 3,  Purdue 2            

Michigan 10, Michigan State 0 (5)
WP Jordan Taylor 1-hitter, 9K.  LP Lauren Kramer
Wolverines racked 12 hits.  Bottom 2nd, Shaw belted 2-run homer; Chidester followed immediately with a solo shot.  Evans singled to lead the UM 3rd; Findlay homered.  St Clair doubled, Shaw singled, Chidester singled rbi.  6-0.  Bauscher and Evans singled to open the 4th; Findlay reached on a fielder’s choice, Bausher scored on the error at 1st.  Viefhaus rbi single; St Clair rbi groundout; Chidester singled rbi.  Michigan 43-6, 16-1.  MSU 20-29, 4-13.
            

Big 12            

Nebraska 5, Missouri 2 
WP Ashley Hagemann.  LP Jana Han6,            

Kansas 3, Iowa State 2
WP Alex Jones 3-hitter.  LP Rachel Zabriskie
Iowa State 4, Kansas 3            

Texas A&M 3,  Oklahoma State 1
Texas A&M 2, Oklahoma State 1
WP Melissa Dumezich.  LP Kat Espinosa
Oklahoma State has out-ranked Texas and Oklahoma in recent national polls but the sweep by the Aggies today means that the Cowgirls go into next week’s Big 12 tournament as the #4 seed.  All the action was in the 4th inning.  Up top, May singled, Kliesing homered.  The Cowgirls, who outhit the Aggies 7-5, scored when Heinlein singled, pinch runner Graham scored on Gearhart’s single.
            

Big East            

Notre Dame 6,  St. John’s 3
WP Jody Valdivia (33-4).  LP Linzee Sumrall
Notre Dame 10,  St. John’s 2 (6)
WP Jody Valdivia.  LP Kat Lawrence           

DePaul 1,  Syracuse 0 (8)
DePaul 4,  Syracuse 0
            

Pittsburgh 2,  Rutgers 1
WP Cory Berliner 2-hitter.  LP Nicole Lindley
Rutgers 2, Pittsburgh 1            

South Florida 4,  Georgetown 2
WP Lindsey Richardson 10K.  LP Mackensey Carter
High stakes for both teams, each needed a sweep to have a chance of qualifying for next week’s Big East tournament.
Both pitchers played strong offensive roles.  Richardson led off the game with a walk, scored with two out on Savarese’ double.  Richardson led the 3rd with a single; Toscano singled with one out, Medina reached on an error at 2nd, two runs scored.  The Hoyas got on the board in the 5th when Carter jacked a 2-run home run.  A wild pitch and throwing error yielded a final run for the Bulls in the 6th. UISF 23-28, 8-12.  Georgetown 17-32, 8-14.

South Florida 5,  Georgetown 0
WP Capri Catalano.  LP Jennifer Connell.
Kafalas beat out an infield hit in the 1st, scored on Olnick’s rbi single.  Olnick boosted the score in her next at bat with a home run.  The clincher was supplied by Savarese who jacked a 3-run home run.  (SPY note: try at least once a season to get to that cozy park in Georgetown to watch my alma mater play; in this instance, enjoyed talking to coaches of both teams but also to numerous long-time softball watchers.)
              

Villanova 3,  Providence 1            

Louisville 5, Connecticut 0
WP Collins.  SV Wadwell.  LP Saveriano
The Cardinals broke a scoreless tie with Bemis’ 3-run homer in the 5th.  Louisville scored two more in the 6th; Wolny led with a home run; Austin scored when Esteban drew a bases-loaded walk.

Louisville 10, Connecticut 1 (6)
WP Collins 3-hitter.  LP Sullivan
Top 2nd, Austin tripled in 2 runs; James rbi single.  Cardinals 4th: Bemis 3-run home run (second of the day). Top 6th: Wherry 3-run homer.
            

Big South            

Liberty 8, Coastal Carolina 2            

Big West            

CS Northridge swept  UC Riverside 11-1 (5), 8-0 (6            

Long Beach State 4,  CS Fullerton 3
Fullerton 5, Long Beach State 1    
        

UC Davis swept  Cal Poly 4-3, 7-3            

Pacific 7,  UC Santa Barbara 0
Pacific 7,  UC Santa Barbara 0    
        

Colonial            

George Mason 2,  Delaware 1            

Hofstra 4, Drexel 3 (10)
WP Olivia Galati 23-6, 13K.  LP Hillary Allen            

Georgia State 1,  Towson 0            

James Madison 4, UNC-Wilmington 2            

Conference USA            

Tulsa 11,  Marshall 1 (5)
Tulsa 6,  Marshall 2
            

UAB 7,  Southern Mississippi 1
Southern Mississippi 3, UAB 0    
        

East Carolina 3,  Memphis 0
WP Toni Paisley (27-9) 4H, 12K.  LP Vanessa Walle
East Carolina 8,  Memphis 0            

Central Florida 12,  UTEP 10
Central Florida 4,  UTEP 3 (8)           
 

Horizon            

Cleveland State 3, Valparaiso 2 WP Amanda Macenko (34-13) 12K
Cleveland State 7, Valparaiso 0 WP Amanda Macenko 1-hitter 8K            

Loyola-Chicago 9, Detroit 1 (6)            

Wright State 11,  Illinois-Chicago 9
Illinois-Chicago 5, Wright State 4 
           

Youngstown State vs Wisconsin-Green Bay 2:00 PM Green Bay, Wis/postponed DH Sunday
Youngstown State vs Wisconsin-Green Bay 4:00 PM Green Bay, Wis            

Mid-American            

Western Michigan vs Central Michigan 1:00 PM Mount Pleasant, Mich./DH Sunday            

Toledo vs Buffalo 2:00 PM Buffalo, N.Y./DH Sunday            

Bowling Green vs Kent State 2:00 PM Kent, Ohio/DH Sunday            

Eastern Michigan 7, Northern Illinois 6 (8)            

Ohio vs Ball State 2:00 PM Muncie, Ind./DH Sunday            

Miami 4, Akron 2            

Metro Atlantic            

Niagara 10,  Siena 7
Niagara 6,  Siena 1 
          

Canisius 2,  Marist 0
Marist 3, Canisius 2
          

Iona 11, Saint Peter’s 0 (5)
Iona 2, Saint Peter’s 0   
          

Manhattan 7, Fairfield 5
Fairfield 5,  Manhattan 2  
          

MEAC            

Delaware State swept Morgan State 9-1, 5-3            

Hampton 2, Coppin State 1            

Norfolk State swept Winston-Salem State 8-7 (11), 12-4 (5)            

Florida A&M vs South Carolina State 1:00 PM Orangeburg, S.C.
Florida A&M vs South Carolina State 3:00 PM Orangeburg, S.C.            

Bethune-Cookman swept North Carolina A&T 2-1, 3-0            

Howard 7,  Maryland-Eastern Shore 0            

Missouri Valley            

Indiana State 3, Wichita State 2
Wichita State 2,  Indiana State 0  
          

Illinois State 2,  Bradley 0
Illinois State 7,  Bradley 0  
          

Northern Iowa 6, Missouri State 2
Missouri State 2,  Northern Iowa 1 (8)  
          

Southern Illinois 4,  Drake 2 
WP Danielle Glosson (23-12)10K.  LP Jenna DeLong          

Creighton 9, Evansville 5
WP Tara Oltman (28-11).  LP Kendall Kautz
Creighton 8, Evansville 6            

Mountain West            

Colorado State 4, New Mexico 1
WP Kelli Eubanks (22-11) 9K.  LP Kaela DeBroeck            

BYU 14,  UNLV 8
WP Paige Affleck  LP Kylie Wagner            

San Diego State 1, Utah 0
WP Samantha  Beasley (26-8) 4H.  LP Ashley Smuda           

Ohio Valley            

Tennessee-Martin swept  Morehead State 5-4, 3-            

Eastern Kentucky 5, Austin Peay 1
Austin Peay 5,  Eastern Kentucky 4 (8)
            

Tennessee Tech swept Southeast Missouri 4-0, 2-1            

Eastern Illinois 4, Murray State 1
Murray State 6,  Eastern Illinois 3            

Jacksonville State swept Tennessee State 5-1, 12-4 (5)            

Pac-10            

Oregon State 2, Arizona State 1
WP Paige Hall  5H, 6K.  LP Hillary Bach
 The Sun Devils, who scratched out a 4-3 win Friday, managed just 5 hits today.  Hall, who struck out the side top 2nd, greatly helped her cause with a one-out home run in the bottom half.  ASU tied top 4th; Castillo, Urfer singled, Castillo scored on Lockwood groundout. ASU loaded the bases, one out, top 6th,, no score as Hall struck out the last two batters.  In the  bottom, Lowe singled with one out, scored with two out on Roderfeld single.  ASU stranded a runner top 7th.  Arizona State is 40-12, 9-8.  Oregon State is 23-28, 3-14.          

Oregon 2, Arizona 1 (11)
WP Jessica Moore (14-9) 13K .  LP Kenzie Fowler (14-9) 10K
After Lini Koria launched a solo shot in the top 11th, Neena Bryant jacked a 2-run homer in the bottom of the 11th inning.  Moore set new school record for strikeouts in a season (214).  Arizona 41-9, 11-6.  Oregon 33-15, 8-9. 
       

Washington 2, Stanford 1
WP Danielle Lawrie. 5H, 13K.  LP Ashley Chinn 4H
Long balls were in play.  In the Cardinal 6th, Hassman singled with one out, but was caught stealing.  Hansen homered.  Huskies 7th: after giving up 2 singles in the top to Stanford, while also striking out two, Lawrie put the game on her bat; Wright singled, Lawrie jacked a 2-0 pitch for a walkoff home run.  Washington improved to 42-5.  Stanford is 33-16.           

UCLA 3, California 1
WP  Megan Langenfeld   LP Jolene Henderson
For 6.5 innings, this game was a prospective Bear victory.  Indeed, the Bruins were hitless.  Cal, which left bases loaded in the 1st,  scored top 2nd; Kelly walked, scored on Sevilla’s double.  Langenfeld relieved Whitney Baker.  UCLA 7th: trailing 1-0 and no hits, the first two Bruins went down before Burney doubled.  Shull walked.  Bates creamed a 1-1 pitch for a 3-run homer.  UCLA 38-9, 12-5.  California 37-17, 6-11. 
            

Pacific Coast            

Utah Valley swept  Northern Colorado 6-4, 13-5 (6)            

Idaho State 8,  Weber State 2
Weber State 8, Idaho State 2
            

San Diego 6, Santa Clara 5
San Diego 4, Santa Clara 0    
        

Sacramento State 9,  Loyola Marymount 0
Sacramento State 4,  Loyola Marymount 3    
        

Saint Mary’s swept  CS Bakersfield 12-10, 7-4            

Portland State swept Seattle 4-1, 1-0            

SEC            

Florida 20, South Carolina 0 (5)
Florida 6, South Carolina 1
WP Ensley Gammel.  LP April Borchardt
Redondo singled, scored on Voigt single, top 3 for Gamecocks.  After their 20-0 blowout in first game, Gators were slow to find their hits in this game until the 5th when they scored 3 runs.  Florida scored 3 more in the 6th.  Florida 41-7, 19-4.  South Carolina 11-39, 1-28.
            

Tennessee 6, LSU 5
WP Ivy Renfro (25-4).  LP Cody Trahan (12-4)
Vols built 3-1 then 6-1 leads before Tigers rallied to score 4 runs in last two innings.  Chavanne singled, scored for 1-0 Vols lead in 3rd.  Two runs came across in the Vols 4th on Andrews 2-run homer.  LSU scored top 5th but Burchell slugged a 3-run homer for the Vols in the bottom.  LSU scored one run top 6th but lost a runner at home plate.  LSU, which was outhit 10-5, narrowed the gap in the 7th on Young’s 3-run homer. 

LSU 3,  Tennessee 0
WP Rachele Fico.  LP Cat Hosfield
With two out in the LSU 2nd, Santos walked, Hollier doubled, rbi.  Russell singled, rbi.  In the 4th, Young singled, pinch runner Shaw scored on Russell’s sac fly.
            

Auburn 3, Arkansas 2
Auburn 4, Arkansas 3          
  

Alabama 8,  Mississippi State 2
Alabama 10,  Mississippi State 1
Mississippi State fell to 26-28, 7-19.  Alabama is 44-9, 22-4.
Chelsea Bramlett was 3-3 in the first game, and leads the SEC with 33 multiple-hit games.
  Bramlett also became only the third player in SEC history to steal 60 bases in a season; she stole #’s 59 and 60.       

Kentucky swept  Mississippi 2-0, 4-2            

Southern
Georgia Southern vs Furman 1:00 PM Greenville, S.C./DH Sunday, single Monday
Georgia Southern vs Furman 3:00 PM Greenville, S.C.  

Chattanooga 1, College of Charleston 0 (8)
College of Charleston 4,  Chattanooga 3           

UNC Greensboro 5,  Samford 3      
Samford 7, UNC Greensboro 1

Appalachian State 10, Western Carolina 2 (6)
      

Southland      
Central Arkansas 1, McNeese State 0
McNeese State 5,  Central Arkansas 3 (9)      

Nicholls State 4,  Sam Houston State 1
Sam Houston State 8, Nicholls State 0 (5)       
 

Stephen F. Austin swept Texas State 3-1, 4-3 (8)         

Northwestern State swept Texas-San Antonio 5-1, 1-0          

Texas A&M-CC swept Southeastern Louisiana 4-3, 13-5           

Summit           

Western Illinois 4, Southern Utah 3            

UMKC 2, Oakland 0            

IUPUI 4,  Centenary 1            

North Dakota State 6,  South Dakota State 3
South Dakota State 6,  North Dakota State 2            

Sun Belt            

Middle Tennessee swept Western Kentucky 6-0, 11-3 (5)            

Louisiana-Lafayette swept Louisiana-Monroe 9-1 (5), 11-1            

Florida International 7, Florida Atlantic 5            

South Alabama swept Troy 1-0, 3-2 (11)
WP Beth Pilgrim had 18K in two games; LP Ashlyn Williams had 20Ks            

WAC            

New Mexico State swept San Jose State 2-1, 8-7           

Boise State 11,  Nevada 0            

Fresno State 4, Louisiana Tech 0
Louisiana Tech 3,  Fresno State 1           
 

Other Games            

Elon swept  Winthrop 6-3, 8-6 (9)            

Baylor 6, Houston 0
Houston 9, Baylor 7           
 

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