College Softball Sunday: 2/14/10

February 14 2010  Happy Valentine’s Day 730pm report

ESPN/USA SOFTBALL TOP 25 (pre-season poll)

1. Washington def Notre Dame 5-0
2. Alabama loses to Missouri again, 9-0
3. Michigan game v Tennessee cancelled, def UCLA 4-2 (13)
4. Arizona def Nevada 10-5, def Fullerton 8-1
5. Florida def South Florida 12-8, def Long Island 7-2
6. UCLA def Georgia 3-2, lost to Michigan 4-2 (13)
7. Arizona State def Southern Utah 3-0
8. Georgia lost to UCLA 3-2, def Florida Atlantic 5-1
9. Missouri leading 8-0 in 4th
10. Oklahoma lost to Tennessee 4-2
11. California def Portland State 8-0 (5)
12. Stanford inactive
13. LSU loses to Texas 2-1
14. Georgia Tech def East Carolina 3-0, def Florida Gulf Coast 10-5
15. Baylor def Houston 4-0
16. Ohio State def Louisville 2-0, def Kansas 4-2
17. Northwestern lost to Creighton 2-1
18. Tennessee def Oklahoma 4-2; game v Michigan cancelled
19. Florida State def Mercer 2-1, def Bowling Green 8-1
20. DePaul lost to North Carolina4-1
21. Louisville lost to Ohio State 2-0
22. North Carolina def DePaul 4-1
23. ULL def Bradley 9-0, def Syracuse 10-4
24. Fresno State def Pacific 1-0 (8), def Sac State 6-0
25. U Mass def NC State 1-0, def FIU 5-3

UCS SUNDAY SCOREBOARD

(scores posted by teams, UCS and Gametracker using the UCS format)

Elon Tournament–Elon, N.C.

Virginia 9, UNC-Wilmington 0 (6) Mitchell 12 Ks

Elon 6,  UNC-Wilmington 4 (10)

Elon 10, Virginia 8

Charlotte Invitational–Charlotte, N.C.

St. John’s 8, Liberty 0 (5) Lawrence 1H.  Durning HR

Charlotte 7,  East Tennessee State 3

Palmetto State Showdown–Columbia, S.C.

Coastal Carolina 2, Winthrop 0

South Carolina 11,Coastal Carolina 3

South Carolina 6, Winthrop 4

SSU Softball Classic–Savannah, Ga.

Savannah State 9, Clark Atlanta 0 (5)

Savannah State 12, Edward Waters 2 (5)

Jacksonville Tournament–Jacksonville, Fla.

Virginia Tech 5, Drexel 3

Bethune-Cookman 5, Drexel 1

Virginia Tech 8,  UNC Greensboro 2 (10)

Jacksonville 10,  UNC Greensboro 2 (6)

Combat Classic–Miami, Fla.     Tournament Central

Southern Illinois 5, Providence 3

UIC 3, North Carolina State 1

Massachusetts 1  North Carolina State 0

UM-Sara Plourde NCSU-Lindsay Campana

HR’s: UM-Katie Bettencourt  (Solo)

U Mass 5, FIU 3  Plourde 15K

Florida International 5, North Florida 4

National Training Center Invitational–Clermont, Fla.

Michigan 4, UCLA 2 (13)

WP Jordan Taylor 5H, 18K 0ER.  LP Megan Langenfeld 1ER.

Amanda Chidester drove in deciding run

Tennessee 4, Oklahoma 2

WP Ivy Renfro  LP Keilani Ricketts Sv Cat Hosfield Springer grand slam in top 3rd; OU scored 2 runs off Hosfield bottom 7th

UCLA 3, Georgia 2

WP Kerr 9K.  LP Arevalo.  Sv Kerr.  UGA HRs: Hesson, Paul. Both solo

RBI triple by BB Bates tied game, bottom 6th; winning run scored on error

Chattanooga 2, Florida Atlantic 1

Michigan vs Tennessee cancelled/travel conflit

Chattanooga 6, Central Florida 2

Georgia 5, Florida Atlantic 1

Stetson Lead-Off Classic–DeLand, Fla.

Stetson 5, Missouri State 0

Marshall 2, Michigan State 1

Wilson-DeMarini Tournament–Clearwater, Fla.     Tournament Central

Illinois State 4, Canisius 1

Georgia Tech 3 East Carolina 0

WP Hope Rush 2-hitter  LP Toni Paisley  Yee 2-run HR; Adkins solo HR

Illinois State 7,Florida Gulf Coast 5

Long Island 2, East Carolina 1

Florida 12,  South Florida 8 Brombacher 10K

Georgia Tech 10, Florida Gulf Coast 5

South Florida 6,  Canisius 1

Florida 7,  Long Island 2

Sunshine State Classic–Tallahassee, Fla.

Bowling Green 4, Iona 0

Southern Mississippi 9, Mercer 1

Florida State 2, Mercer 1

Florida State 2,  Bowling Green 1

K-Club Classic–Kennesaw, Ga.     Tournament Central

Wright State 5, Indiana 3

Jacksonville State 7, Indiana 6 2-run HRs: JSU O’Neal and Crow

Jacksonville State 5, Wright State 4

Kennesaw State 5, South Dakota State 1

Kennesaw State 3, South Dakota State 0

South Alabama Tournament–Mobile, Ala.

Western Kentucky 0, So. Illinois-Edwardsville 1

Central Arkansas 5,  Samford 4

South Alabama 3, Lipscomb 2

Samford 11, South Alabama 2

Bulldog Round-Robin–Starkville, Miss.

UAB 8,  Stephen F. Austin 1

Mississippi State 5, Stephen F. Austin 0

Kylie Vry made her first career start memorable, throwing Mississippi State’s first no-hitter since 2006 as the Bulldog softball team claimed a 5-0 win over Stephen F. Austin en route to winning the Bulldog Round-Robin championship. State (4-0) won the tournament for the fifth time with a 6-2 win over UAB in the nightcap.Vry’s no-hitter was the first by a Bulldog since Stephanie Comeaux tossed one in a 5-0 win over Arkansas on Mar. 18, 2006. The Iowa native struck out four and ended up just two walks shy of the perfect game.

Mississippi State 6 UAB 2

Metrodome Tournament–Minneapolis, Minn.

Arkansas 4,  Iowa State 2

Iowa 7, Drake 3

Iowa State 6, Minnesota 5

Ramada UNI-Dome Classic–Cedar Falls, Iowa

Valparaiso 2, Dayton

Dayton 8, South Dakota 6

Valparaiso 9,  North Dakota 1

Wisconsin-Green Bay 5, North Dakota 0

Wisconsin-Green Bay 5, Northern Iowa 4

Northern Iowa 10, South Dakota 1 (5)

ULM Mardi Gras Classic–Monroe, La.

UMKC 3,  Jackson State 2

Louisiana-Monroe 5, Northwestern State 4

24th Annual Louisiana Classic–Lafayette, La.     Tournament Central

Syracuse 4, Bryant 0 Kuwick 1H, 11K

Louisiana-Lafayette 9, Bradley 0 (5)

Louisiana-Lafayette 10,  Syracuse 4

Time Warner Cable Texas Invitational–Austin, Texas

North Carolina 4,  DePaul 1

WP Amber Johnson 3H  LP Becca Heteniak 3H. DePaul loaded bases top 7th. Spaulding, Robinson rbi’s gave Tar Heels 2-0 lead in 1st; Morgan HR for Blue Demons in 2nd.  UNC 5th: Roberts 3b, Robinson single closed out scoring.  Tar Heels finish third.

Texas 2, LSU 1

WP Kim Bruins.  LP Rachele Fico.  S Blaire Luna

Marriott Houston Hobby ClassicHouston, Texas

Ohio State 2, Louisville  0

WP Bodeker  LP Collins  Marder 2-run HR bottom 1st

Ohio State 4,  Kansas 2

Baylor 4, Houston 0 Dani Leal 2 HRs, 4 rbi

Houston 1, Sam Houston 0 Watts 2-hitter

CenturyLink ClassicSan Marcos, Texas

New Mexico 7, Northern Illinois

Oklahoma State 6, Texas State 2

Texas-Arlington 10, Texas State 7

Hotel Encanto InvitationalLas Cruces, N.M.

Nebraska 11, Penn State 6

Colorado State 5, Texas-San Antonio 1

UTEP 7, Colorado State 3

Kajikawa Classic–Tempe, Ariz.

Auburn 7,  Wisconsin 0

Purdue 5, North Dakota State 3

Texas A&M 8, CS Northridge 2

WP- Kliesing Rhiannon,  11 K’s LP- Amanda Pitzenbergber
HR’s – TAM – Meagan May (2 run) CSN – Jennifer Mosier (2 run)

Creighton 2, Northwestern 1

WP Tara Oltman 3H  LP Lauren Delaney 1H, 13K.  Delaney allowed 2 baserunners on a hit and walk.  Creighton scored top 4th on sac bunt and pitcher error.  Quinn scored on Batts single in NU 6th.

Washington 5, Notre Dame 0

WP Danielle Lawrie.1-hitter plus solo HR.  Irish held UW for four innings; Huskies 5 runs in 5th.

Oregon 4, Western Michigan 0

Arizona 10. Nevada 5

WP Kenzie Fowler  LP Mallary Darby.  Wildcats scored 6 runs in 1st.  Koria 2-run bases loaded single after first three batters singled.  Hack 2 H, HR, 5 rbi.

Oregon State 11, Southern Utah 0 (5)

California 8 Portland State 0 (5 inn)
WP- Valerie Arioto (1-1)  5 IP,  1 H,  8 K’s LP- Nichole Latham (0-2)
HR – Lindsey Ziegenhirt (2 run),  4th of the weekend

Texas Tec h 6, San Diego State 1

Oregon 3, CS Northridge 2

Arizona State 3, Southern Utah 0

WP – Sam Parlich,  2 hitter 9 K’s LP – Kristina Brooks

HR’s – ASU – Lesley Rogers,  Annie Lockwood,  Katelyn Boyd  (all solo)

Arizona 8 CS Fullerton 1

WP- Kenzie Fowler 7 IP 3 hitter 8 k’s  LP- Krystal Neinle
HR’s – AZ – Bailie Kirker (solo),  Lini Koria (GS)  Fullerton – Trina Harrison (solo)

Red Desert Classic–St. George, Utah

Utah State 4, Seattle 3

Utah 6, Tulsa 5

Sportco Kick-Off Classic–Las Vegas, Nev.

Illinois 10, Kent State 0

Long Beach State 6, Kent State 1

UNLV 3, UC Davis 2

Long Beach State 8,  CS Bakersfield 5

UNLV vs Loyola Marymount  (UNLV leading 6-3, bottom 6th)

Fresno State Kick-Off–Fresno, Calif.

Fresno State 1, Pacific 0 (8)

WP Morgan Melloh 9K.  LP Armagost.  Nicole Angene walkoff home run

Fresno State 6, Sac State 0

WP Mackenzie Oakes NO HITTER LP Alyssa Nakken

Sacramento State 3, Pacific 2

Others

Missouri 9, Alabama 0 (5)

Game marked first time Tide run-ruled in home stadium

WP Chelsea Thomas  2H  LP Kelsi Dunne.  Megan Christopher 4 rbi.

San Diego 4, Boise State 3

UC Riverside 9, Boise State 8

UC Riverside 6,  San Diego 1

San Jose State 6, Santa Clara 0

San Jose State 5, Santa Clara 0

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