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5-28-2017 NCAA Super Regionals Final Day


LSU 6, Florida State 4
Arizona def Baylor 6-5
Utah vs Washington
Texas A&M 5, Tennessee 3

Texas A&M

LSU vs Florida State
Allie Walljjasper LSU vsout.

LSU 6, FLORIDA STATE 4 Winner plays UCLA at WCWS. T1 Griggs, Jaquish flied out, :Landry popped. B1 Warren out. Cooper strikeout. Powers double. Broderick walk. Gordon flied to short. T2  Doyle single. Sanchez strikeout. Quinn double play. B2 Nada T3 Springfield single. Weinberger runner. Serrett strikeout. Andrews single. Griggs popped to 2nd. Jaquish, al-time LSU leader in rbi, lashed a 2-run double down left field line. Landry single, runners at corners. Doyle strikeout. 2-0 LSU. B3 Warren single. Cooper .strikeout. Powers rbi double. Fielder misplayed. Broderick fly to right. LSU2-1. T4 Sanchez double to left. Quinn grounded to 3rd. Springfield strikeout. Serrett with Sanchez on 3rd via wild pitch walked. POY finalist Burroughs relieved by Meghan King. Andrews infield single loas bases. Griggs notched her 11th straiht hit, bi. Jaquish rbi single to center. Two runs, 5-1 LSU. Landry with two on, two out, strikes out. B4 Harrod reached, shortstop dropped fly. Morgan popped to 3rd. rbi double. Klavermann out 4-3. Warren given pass. Runners at corners, two out. Cooper rbi single. 5-3. Carley Hoover relieved Walljasper. Wild pitch. pop to short ends threat.. T5 Doyle popped to short. Sanchez out. popped to catcher. (Damned ESPN doesnot always flash batter’s name on screen.) B5 Broderick out. Gordon out 6-3. Harrod struck out. T6   Springfield strikeout. Serrett fouled out to 3rd. Andrews grounded to 3rd. B6 Morgan double. Rosario walked. Klaverman walked, four pitches, loading bases. Warren fielders choice at home. Cooper fly to right, rbi, 5-4. Powers runners on 2nd and 3rd hits back to Hoover. T7 Griggs fly to left. Jaquith walk. PR. Landry rbi triple, 6-4. Doyle pops to 1st   Sanchez popped to catcher. Landry set LSU record for most hits. B7 Broderick singles to left. Farris PR. Gordon Wild pitch. single out at 2nd. Harrod fly to center. Morgan flies out to left. LSU returns to WCWS to face UCLA.

Aggies lead 4-3 T4.  Rain delay.  Raining like a cow pissing on a flat rock.

P Harrington for Aggies Matty Moss for Vols
T1 Leach out. x out 4-3. Gregg triple. Vines single, rbi. Bearden walk. Greer force at 3rd. B1 XX 6-3. Show strikeout. Russell fly to right. T2 Weimer out 6-3. xx single to right. xx single to right, Leach Wild pitch error on sac fly scores two. xx single. Gregg walk, Vines walk loads bases, xx out 4-3. B2 out. Aldrette reached on E4. xx8 Vidales single. Coyne head, Bases loaded. sac fly, rbi. 3-run homer by #10. Hudek fly ball. T3 xx 1-3. Weimer single past 3rd. Scoggins fly center. McLain out. B3 PO 3. #3 Bell   raining like a cow pissing on a flat rock /tarps out.
Sartain 3-run homer.  Vidales solo HR in 5th.
T7 Aggies lead 5-3.  Two on, two out.  fly ball out.  B7.  Holcomb po 3.  po3.  Groundout to short propels Aggies to WCWS.  (Editing to follow)(Spy does not have lineups so is dependent on ESPN)

P3 for Arizona.  Kelsee elmon for Baylor.  Danielle O’Toole for UoA
T1  Baylor up 1-0
B1. I out; Mercado up.  Wildcats tied 1-1. Two out, Statman up.
T2  Scroggins  walk.  Christensen sac bunt.  Ellis grounded to 3rd; Scroggins advances. Cargill out 6-3>
B2. Mulipola out.  xxx lined to short.  xx out 4-3
T3. Hawkins reached on error.  Frudenberg  2-run homer.  Baylor 3-1.
B3.  One out.  PO 3.  Mauga who has 92 career homers, walks again.  Mercado out.
T4. Christensen 5-3.  Ellis 1-3.  Cargill out.
B4. Harper out.  Out 4-3.  Out 4-3>
T5.  Walker Single.  Hawkins #2 out stealing.  lined to center.  Frudenberg given pass.  McGlaun single to center.  xx flied to left.
B5. Carranco strikeout.  Hughes reaches on E6. Edior flied to lefy. Perez walk.  Mauga pass, loading bases. Mercado infield single, rbi.  3-2.  Harper rbi single ties game.  Still loaded.  Statman flies to left ending Arizona rally.
T6.  Scroggins out 6-3.  Charlton fanned.  Good drop.  Ellis single to center.  Cargill safe on infield single.  Walker with two on rbi single to center, Baylor 4-3. whoa.  Runner missed 3rd, no run.  If that run had scored, Baylor might have iced the game.
B6, xCarrabco reaches 3rd on error in right,  Hughes Single, rbi, 4-3/ Arizona. How quickly two errors changed the game.    Rodoni relieves Selman.  Perez infield single.  Mauga with bases loaded flies to center.  Mercado walks, rbi 5-3.  Harper struck out.
T7.  The WCWS berth is on the line.  Taylor McQuillin relieves O’Toole.   Hawkins double to right.  Frudenberg pass.  McGlaun 3-run homer.  6-5 Baylor.  Kettler single.  Scroggins out. Christensen out.  Ellis fly to right.
B7.  Statman walk.  #8 PR. Mulipola runner out t 2nd,    walk.  Selman returns.  xx walk.  Hughes fly to center.  Bowling PH out 4-3.
Bayorupsets Arizna 6-5.  and goes bak to WCWS,

P14 Arevalo vs Donovan
out Barnes Barrera single fly/dp
B2 Huskies up 2-0.
T4 #1 on base; single; Castro fly to right.  Two on, strikeout.
T5 Utah again had two on, then loaded the bases with one out.  Scored one run on sac fly.
2-1.  Sandman is calling.

5-27-2017 NCAA Super Regionals Day Three

Today’s Games
Oklahoma 5, Auburn 2  Sooners win WCWS berth
LSU 1, Florida State 0
Florida leading Alabama 2-1 in Gm 3; wins berth
Tennessee def by Texas A&M 6-5
Oregon 6, Kentucky 5
Arizona def by Baylor 6-4
Washington v Utah

Two celebrated coaches. Gasso 3 WCWS titles; Myers 2.
Lopez for OU, for Auburn

T1 Auburn down in order; 16 Caylee Carlson for Auburn B1 Mendes struck out looking. Clifton strikeout. Knighten lined to 2nd. T2   Fagan grounder. Rivera 21 out. Veach 24 hbp. Shea strike out. B2   Romero Safe on bunt. Aviu single; runner safe at 2nd. Pendley 3-run homer. Hatfield out. Wodach double in corner. 3 out. Mendes out. OU 3-0 T3 Jordan out. McCracken homer 3-1. Draper singled, 2nd on wild pitch. Lowary relieved Lopez. Cooper deep fly to left. fly to right/ B3 Clifton out foul. Knighten fly to right. Romero doubled. Aviu looked at third strike. T4 Fagan whiffed. Rivera strikeout. Veach fanned but reached 1st on catcher error. Shea groundout. B4 Pendley groundout. Hatfield groundout. Wodach groundout.
T5 Jordan out at 1st. McCracken fly out. Draper reached on pitcher throwing error. Cooper singled, advanced on error, Draper scored 3-2.
B6 Arnold reached on error. Mendes groundout. Arnold caught stealing. Knighten doubled. Romero flied deep to left. Aviu singled to the pitcher, no play. Pendley rbi 4-2. Knighten scored 5-2. Hatfield. fouled out. Lundberg lined to 1st. 5-2 Oklahoma
T7 Shea singled. Jordan fanned. McCracken flied to center. Draper grounder to 2nd.

Oklahoma wins 5-2. The Sooners can sleep at home Sunday while seven other teams travel to Oklahoma City. At WCWS, Oklahoma will play the winner of the Baylor-Arizona.


LSU evened the best of three series behind a one-hitter by Allie Walljasper.  B3.  Bases loaded, Tigers up 1-0  on Andrews rbi, one f three Tiger hitsoff Meghan King., Doyle  at bat.  Error at 1st on popup foul/  ball down left field line ruled foul, followed by fly to right.  B4 LSU had runners at corners, one out, lead caught in rundown followed by groundout.  The deciding game will be played at noon Sunday.  The Seminoles had won 36 straight in their home park.  Sunday’s final should match their aces: POY finalist Jessica Burroughs vs Carly Hoover.

Gators lead 2-1 B6, Osorio pitching for Bama,  Two out, Reynoso  walked.  McLean at bat, Reynoso to second on wild pitch; McLean out. T7 Kelly Barnhill for Florida, a finalist for Player of Year.    54 safe on bunt single.  Schroder in to run.  Booker struck out.  Grantham forced Schroder at 2nd.  Bobo strikes out, and the Gators are going back to the WCWS where they will play the winner of the Tennessee-Texas A&M super.

p8 Rethlake.  p25   An Oregon win earns a WCWS berth.
.Wildcats have 2-0 lead in 2nd.  B3.  23  25 out.  force.  T4.  Rhodes single.  Groundout. plus groundout; runner to 3rd. Walk.  Lilley flied to center, stranding two runners.  B4 HR #11.  Ray out.  Fly out.  Vick out.  Wildcats 3-0.  T5.  10 singles.  Walk.  sSche 3 walks to load bases.  Rethlake out; Meagan Prince relief.  Two rbi.  3-2.
T7. #5 pitching.   Kentucky 5, Oregon 4.  Two run single puts Oregon ahead 6-5.  Now, two out, runner at 2nd.  Lindvall  rbi 6-4…Now 6-5.  #40 pitching for Oregon.  HINZ batting, strikes out.  #33 grounds out an sens the Duccks to WCWS.


Tied 4-4 inB4,  TAMU up 6-5. T7.  Aggies force a third game

ARIZONA vs Baylor
Wildcats won first game..
Baylor Kelsee Selman.  Taylor McQuillam
0-0 after two.  T3 Perez doubled.  Mauga intentinal pass.  Mercado forced Perez at 3rd.  Harper struck out.  Runners advanced on passed ball. Statman flied out.B3. Ellis single; cCargill popped. walker grounder,  T4. Mulipola and Caranco out.  Hughes singled.  Watson popped to 3rd.  B4. Hawkins popped but Frudenberg singled.  McGlaun fouled out.  Kelter singled, 2nd on error.  PR Browder to 3rd.  Scroggins singled, 2 rbi.  .  Christensen fouled out.  Baylor 2-0
T5. Perez safe on infield hopper.  Mauga walked. Runners advance on error.  Harper singled, 2 rbi tied game.  Statman fanned.  Mulipola  popped to short.  B5.  Ellis flied to center.  Cargill popped to 2nd.  Walker grounded to 3rd.
T6.  Carranco walked. Hughes lined to 3rd.  Edior flied out.  Perez  singled rbi, UofA up 3-2.  Mauga walked.  Mercado singled, Perez scored 4-2.  Harper fielders choice.
B6.  Hawkins flied to right.  Frudenberg doubled.  O’Too;e relieved McQuillin.  McGluan  singled Kettler with runners at the corners struck out.  Scroggins ingled, rbi, 4-3.   Christensen doubled, rbi, 4-4.  Runners 2nd and 3rd, two out, Ellis doubled in both, Baylor 6-4.  Cargill struck out.
T7. Statman singled.  Mulipola popped.  Carranco struck out.  Hughes grounded to 1st.

Baylor wins, forces a third game.


WASHINGTON LEADS UTAH 6-4; Utah takes a 9-6 lead.

5-26-2017 NCAA Super Regionals Day Two


4pm   Oklahoma 4, Auburn 0
5pm    LSU def by Florida State 3-1
6pm    Texas A&M def by Tennessee 8-1
7pm    Kentucky def by Oregon 4-0
7pm    Alabama def by Florida  2-0(Game 2)
7pm    ARIZONA 3, BAYLOR 2
7pm    UCLA 1, Mississippi 0
11pm  Utah def by Washington 10-4


Defending national champion defeated former champion Auburn last WCWS
Makayla Martin vs Paige Parker OU
T1 Mendes leads off for Sooners.  singled.  Clifton fanned.  Knighten singled.  Romero fielders choice.  Aviu runners at the corners walked, bases loaded, two out.  Pendley at 3-2 flied to center.  B1  Draper vs the lefty Parker; fanned.  Cooper whiffed.  Wallace walked.  Fagan grounded out.
T2 Hatfied grounded out.  Wodach  grounded out.  Arnold grounded out.
B2 Rivera flied to right.  Veach doubled down left field line.  Shea struck out.  Podany walked.  Two on, two down, McCracken singled/bunt, loading the bases.  Abbott pinch hit, at 3-2, fanned.
T3 Mendes walked, forced by Clifton at 2nd.  Knighten, Romero grounded out.  B3  Cooper popped; Wallace walked; Parker fanned Fagan and Rivera.
T4  Sooners down in order.  B4  Auburn down in order.
T5 Wodach grounded out.  Arnold singled but was forced at 2nd by Mendes who was caught stealing.  B5 Cooper tripled withn two out but was stranded.  B5
T6 Sooners notch 2 runs.  Clifton fanned.  Knighten hbp.  Forced by Romero.  Aviu simgled, Pendley  doubled; Romero scored.  Hatfield singled, rbi.  Lundberg walked but Taukaleho fanned.  2-0 Sooners.  B6  Auburn no runs.
T7 Sooners built 4-0 lead.  B7 Fly ball to right.  McCracken  struck out.  Draper fanned.
end of Game 1.

Hoover vs Burroughs
Seminoles scored a run in 3rd, when Cooper doubled, scored on error,  then broke a 1-1 tie with 2 run bottom 6th.  on rbi by Broderick and Cooper.
T7 Dawson struck out, Serrett popped.  Andrews grounded out.  Seminoles win 3-1.

Vols lead 8-0 B4
Aggies, facing run rule after Vols sored 5 runs in 3rd, , scored T5, Fritsch scored on Hudek rbi; 8-1.  Now, runners at 1st and 2nd, two out, the rally ended on a strikeout.  First run off Vols Matty Moss in NCAA tournament.    In B1, Leach scored on Vines single.  B2 McClain scored on Holcomb triple; Holcomb scored on a passed ball; Gregg tripled.  3-0.  B3 Lockman drew rbi walk; Weimer rbi walk; Leach rbi single; Hannon scored on Holcomb groundout;McClain scored when Gregg hit into  double play; 8-0.  Now 8-1,
T6 Two out, Cuyos doubled, stranded.  T7  Double play ended the game.  Vols 8-1.

Gourley dueled Littlejohn. Tied one game each. Bama scored both runs on Lorenz home run.
Rubber match tomorrow.

Curses.  Had just finished more detailed report on Gator game but, just as I was ready to hit the publish button, a nurse came in to give me an injection and startled me.  All my work vanished.

Rachel Garcia who pitched last night’s marathon back on the rubber for th Bruins.  Bruins up 1-0 B2.  Ole Miss Runners on 2nd and 3rd, two out.  Popup ended the threat.  B6 one on. best hitter Gonzalez at bat.   Pop to 2nd out of bounds.  B7  One out, Lampton strikes out.  Cox flies to center and the Bruins have punched a ticketfor the WCWS,

Megan Kleist led the Ducks with a 3-hit shutout.

Baylor scored 2 in 6th  to tie but Wildcats scored winner in 7th.  Perez singled; Mauga who had homered earlier, was given a pass.  Mercado singled;  Harper single, rbi.
LP Rodoni.  WP O’Too;e


5-25-2017 Player of the Year Finalists

USA Softball announces Top 3 Finalists for 2017 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year

OKLAHOMA CITY – USA Softball, the National Governing Body of Softball in the United States, has announced the Top 3 Finalists for the 2017 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year. The winner will be announced at the opening of the 2017 NCAA Women’s College World Series (WCWS) in Oklahoma City. The USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award, which is considered the most prestigious honor in Division I women’s collegiate softball, recognizes the outstanding athletic achievement by Division I female players across the country.

Click here to see the Top 3 Finalists for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award

Now in its 16th year, previous recipients of the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award are UCLA catcher Stacey Nuveman (2002), Texas pitcher Cat Osterman (2003, 2005 and 2006), Florida State pitcher Jessica Van der Linden (2004), Tennessee pitcher Monica Abbott (2007), Virginia Tech pitcher Angela Tincher (2008), Washington pitcher Danielle Lawrie (2009 and 2010), Stanford shortstop Ashley Hansen (2011), Oklahoma’s Keilani Ricketts (2012 and 2013), Florida State’s Lacey Waldrop (2014), Florida’s Lauren Haeger (2015) and Michigan’s Sierra Romero (2016).

The 2017 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Pitcher of the Year, Kelly Barnhill leads the nation with a 0.35 ERA and ranks in the Top 10 in shutouts and strikeouts.  In just her sophomore season at the University of Florida, Barnhill has racked up First-Team All-SEC honors and boasts a 23-2 record with 310 strikeouts and only eight earned runs allowed through regional play.  Behind the arm of Barnhill, who was named an NFCA First Team All-Region honoree, Florida earned the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Softball Championship, and will look to lead the Gators in their Super Regional against Alabama.

A three-time Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Pitcher of the Year, Megan Good recently completed her junior season at James Madison University, where she amassed a 38-3 record and 0.63 ERA through regional play.  Ranked at No. 3 in the nation in ERA, Good leads the country in shutouts and wins, helping land her First Team All-CAA accolades for the third-straight season.  A dual-threat, Good finished her junior campaign with a .383 batting average, picking up 58 RBI and scoring 34 times.  Good, who made CAA history after being named the 2017 CAA Pitcher and Player of the Year, was recently tabbed an NFCA First-Team All-Region honoree.

The 2017 SEC Player of the Year, Meghan Gregg ranks in the Top 10 in the country with a .440 batting average, while accumulating a .555 on-base percentage, 77 RBI, and belting out 14 home runs.  Gregg, who is in her junior season at the University of Tennessee, leads the SEC in nearly every offensive category, including batting average, slugging percentage, RBI and total bases.  Recently named an NFCA First-Team All-Region honoree, Gregg will look to lead Tennessee back to the NCAA WCWS as the Vols host the Knoxville Super Regional against Texas A&M.

The winner of the 2017 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award will be announced on May 30 at the team-only banquet just prior to the start of the NCAA WCWS.

The USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award is voted on by coaching representatives of 10 Division I Conferences in the 10 USA Softball Regions, members of the media who consistently cover Division I Softball across the country as well as past winners of the award.

In addition to bestowing the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award, USA Softball is now in its 15th season of presenting the Softball Collegiate Top 25 Poll and the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week, which are announced Tuesdays during the regular season.  A complete history of the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award, past Top 25 Polls and Player of the Week honorees are available at

5-23-2017 Broadcasting Super Regionals

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Tue, May 23, 2017 12:05 pm

NCAA Division I Softball Championship: ESPN Televises All Eight Super Regionals

May 23, 2017


NCAA Division I Softball Championship: ESPN Televises All Eight Super Regionals

  • Eight Best-of-Three Series from Campus Sites; Winners Advance to Women’s College World Series
  • Top 16 Seeds Advance; Top 8 Host Super Regionals
  • Jessica Mendoza Returns, Joins Michele Smith and Beth Mowins in Los Angeles; Amanda Scarborough and Eric Collins in Gainesville 


ESPN’s coverage of the NCAA Division I Softball Championship continues with exclusive telecasts of the Super Regionals beginning Thursday, May 25, and continuing through Sunday, May 28, with up to 24 games from eight campus sites. The eight, best-of-three series will be televised across ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU with the victorious teams advancing to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City, Okla.


The top eight seeds advanced from the Regional round to host a Super Regional, highlighted by No. 1 seed Florida, which will host No. 16 Alabama (Gainesville Super Regional). There are four west coast Super Regionals sites: No. 2 Arizona vs. No. 15 Baylor (Tucson), No. 3 Oregon vs. No. 14 Kentucky (Eugene), No. 6 Washington vs. No. 11 Utah (Seattle) and No. 5 UCLA vs. No. 12 Ole Miss (Los Angeles). Rounding out the sites: No. 4 Florida State vs. No. 13 LSU (Tallahassee), No. 7 Auburn vs. defending national champion and No. 10 seed Oklahoma (Auburn) and No. 8 Tennessee vs. No. 9 Texas A&M (Knoxville). A complete bracket is available here.


ESPN Commentators
ESPN’s Jessica Mendoza, now a MLB analyst working Sunday Night Baseball, returns to ESPN’s softball coverage for the Super Regionals. Mendoza, who began her career with ESPN as a college softball analyst and has called the WCWS for a number of years, will work with fellow college softball analyst Michele Smith, play-by-play commentator Beth Mowins and reporter Holly Rowe in Los Angeles.


Softball analyst Amanda Scarborough along with commentator Eric Colllins will be in Gainesville, Fla., for the call of the SEC matchup between the Crimson Tide and the Gators. Mendoza, Smith, Rowe and Mowins will be paired for the Women’s College World Series, as well as Scarborough joining play-by-play commentator Adam Amin and reporter Laura Rutledge. The full schedule and production details will be announced next week.

  • Jessica Mendoza – Los Angeles Super Regional
  • College: Stanford
  • Honors: Four-time All-American (1999, 2000, ’01, ’02; member of gold medal-winning team at the 2004 Athens Olympics and silver medal winning team at 2008 Beijing Olympics
  • Michele Smith – Los Angeles Super Regional
  • College: Oklahoma State
  • Honors: Two-time All-American; two-time Olympic Gold Medalist (1996, ’00); eight time Japan Pro League MVP


  • Amanda Scarborough – Gainesville Super Regional
  • College:  Texas A&M
  • Honors: Two-time All-American (2005, ’07); only player in Big 12 history to receive Freshman of the Year and Player of Year in same season (2005); played in two WCWS (2007, ’08)


ESPN’s additional six commentator teams are: Mark Neely and Jenny Dalton-Hill (Auburn), Jenn Hildreth and Carol Bruggeman (Tallahassee), Alex Loeb and Megan Willis (Knoxville), Trey Bender and Danielle Lawrie (Eugene), Pam Ward and Cheri Kempf (Tucson) and Courtney Lyle and Leigh Dakich (Seattle).

  •   Leigh Dakich – Seattle Regional
    • College: Toledo
    • Honors: Led the Rockets to the WCWS; holds the MAC record for batting average and hits; former head coach at Bowling Green and Syracuse


  • Carol BruggemanTallahassee Super Regional
    • College: Iowa
    • Honors:  As a Division I coach at Michigan, Purdue, and Louisville, achieved more than 700 combined wins; All-Big Ten and All-Mideast Region as a player; inducted into the Iowa Softball Association Hall of Fame (1997); NFCA Executive Director
  • Jenny Dalton-Hill – Auburn Super Regional
    • College: Arizona
    • Honors: National Player of the Year (1996) and Women’s College World Series MVP (’96); four-time National Champion; winning three as a player (1993, ’94, and ’96) and one as an assistant coach, also with Arizona (1997)


  • Cheri KempfTucson Super Regional
    • College: Missouri Western State
    • Honors: National Champion; National MVP; played on USA National Team that won the World Cup (1992); NPF Commissioner


  • Danielle LawrieEugene Super Regional
    • College: Washington
    • Honors: National Champion (2009); All-American; played for Canadian National Team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics
  •  Megan Willis – Norman Regional 
    • College: Texas
    • Honors:  Two-time Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year (2007 and 2006); played in National Fastpitch League
espnW will have wide-ranging coverage of the entire 2017 NCAA Softball Championship hosted on its softball index.  Highlights include:

  • Comprehensive Recaps: Graham Hays will provide daily recaps and analysis from the Regionals, Super Regionals and the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City.
  • Behind the Scenes Coverage: From playlists to blogs, espnW will provide a unique look into the players’ lives off the field.  
  • The espnW Player of the Year:  The 2017 espnW Player of the Year will be revealed on the road to Oklahoma City.
  • Schedules and Results: All the scores and schedules can be found here.


Follow and Join the Social Media Conversation
A number of social handles — @ESPNU, @espnW, and @NCAASoftball — will provide news, game updates, photos and videos throughout the championship. Fans can join the conversation by tagging their tweets with #RoadToWCWS the Regionals and Super Regionals and then #WCWS during the Women’s College World Series.


ESPN’s 2017 NCAA Division I Softball Television Schedule
Super Regionals (May 25 – 28)


Please Note: Networks are likely to change throughout the weekend. For the latest information, please check espnW’s schedule and results page. The higher seed in each Super Regional has home/away choice in a decisive, if necessary, Game 3.


Gainesville Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Thu, May 25 7 p.m. No. 16 Alabama at No. 1 Florida
Eric Collins, Amanda Scarborough
Fri, May 26 7 p.m. No. 1 Florida vs. No. 16 Alabama  ESPN
Sat, May 27 5 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPN


Los Angeles Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Thu, May 25 9 p.m. No. 12 Ole Miss at No. 5 UCLA
Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe
Fri, May 26 9 p.m. No. 5 UCLA vs. No. 12 Ole Miss ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, May 27 7 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPN


Auburn Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 4 p.m. No. 10 Oklahoma at No. 7 Auburn
Mark Neely, Jenny Dalton-Hill
Sat, May 27 1 p.m. No. 7 Auburn vs. No. 10 Oklahoma ESPN
Sun, May 28 1 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPN


Tallahassee Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 5 p.m. No. 13 LSU at No. 4 Florida State
Jenn Hildreth, Carol Bruggeman
Sat, May 27 3 p.m. No. 4 Florida State vs. No. 13 LSU ESPN
Sun, May 28 1 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPNU

Knoxville Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 6 p.m. No. 9 Texas A&M at No. 8 Tennessee
Alex Loeb, Megan Willis
Sat, May 27 5 p.m. No. 8 Tennessee vs. No. 9 Texas A&M ESPN2
Sun, May 28 3 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPN


Eugene Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 7 p.m. No. 14 Kentucky at No. 3 Oregon
Trey Bender, Danielle Lawrie
Sat, May 27 7 p.m. No. 3 Oregon vs. No. 14 Kentucky   ESPN2
Sun, May 28 3 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPNU


Tucson Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 9 p.m. No. 15 Baylor at No. 2 Arizona
Pam Ward, Cheri Kempf
Sat, May 27 9 p.m. No. 2 Arizona vs. No. 15 Baylor   ESPN
Sun, May 28 7 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPNU

Seattle Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 11 p.m. No. 11 Utah at No. 6 Washington
Courtney Lyle, Leigh Dakich
Sat, May 27 9 p.m. No. 6 Washington vs. No. 11 Utah   ESPN2
Sun, May 28 10 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPNU

Networks and schedule are subject to change




Media contact: Derek Volner at 860-384-9986; and @DerekVolner