This Week in Pac-10 Softball

Feb. 10, 2009

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Feb. 12, 2009
ARIZONA STATE vs. Chattanooga (1)        5 p.m. PT
STANFORD vs. UC Santa Barbara (19)        4:30 p.m. PT

Feb. 13, 2009
ARIZONA vs. Marshall (2)        9:30 a.m. PT
ARIZONA at South Florida (2)        2 p.m. PT
ARIZONA STATE vs. Illinois State (6)        4:30 p.m. PT
ARIZONA STATE vs. Chattanooga (6)        6:30 p.m. PT
CALIFORNIA vs. Wichita State (10)        8 a.m. PT
OREGON  vs. Cal State Fullerton (15)        3:45 p.m. PT
OREGON vs. Kentucky (15)        6 p.m. PT
OREGON STATE vs. Cal State Fullerton (15)        9 a.m. PT
OREGON STATE vs. DePaul (15)        11:15 a.m. PT
STANFORD vs. Long Beach State (19)        4:30 p.m. PT
STANFORD vs. San Diego State (19)        7 p.m. PT
UCLA vs. UNLV (15)        6 p.m. PT
UCLA vs. Northwestern (15)        8:15 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON vs. UC Santa Barbara (19)        9 a.m. PT
WASHINGTON vs. Utah State (19)        2 p.m. PT

Feb. 14, 2009
ARIZONA vs. Illinois (2)        8 a.m. PT
ARIZONA at South Florida (2)        1 p.m. PT
ARIZONA STATE vs. Iowa (6)        2:30 p.m. PT
ARIZONA STATE vs. Kent State (6)        4:30 p.m. PT
CALIFORNIA vs. North Carolina (10)        Noon PT
CALIFORNIA vs. George Washington (10)        2:30 p.m. PT
OREGON vs. Northwestern (15)        11:15 a.m. PT
OREGON vs. Hawai'i (15)        3:45 p.m. PT
OREGON STATE vs. Utah (15)        1:30 p.m. PT
OREGON STATE vs. UC Davis (15)        6 p.m. PT
STANFORD vs. Utah State (19)        11:30 a.m. PT
UCLA vs. Michigan (15)        1:30 p.m. PT
UCLA vs. Kentucky (15)        3:45 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON vs. San Diego State (19)        7 p.m. PT

Feb. 15, 2009
ARIZONA vs. Hofstra (2)        8 a.m. PT
ARIZONA STATE vs. Idaho State (6)        11 a.m. PT
CALIFORNIA vs. Penn State (10)        7 a.m. PT
OREGON vs. Southern Mississippi (15)        9 a.m. PT
OREGON STATE vs. Southern Utah (15)        11:15 a.m. PT
STANFORD vs. UC Santa Barbara (19)        9 a.m. PT
UCLA vs. South Dakota State (15)        11:15 a.m. PT
WASHINGTON vs. Long Beach State (19)        11:30 a.m. PT

Key
(1) - Kajikawa Classic; Tempe, Ariz.
(2) - USF Wilson Tournament; Tampa, Fla.
(6) - Littlewood Classic; Tempe, Ariz.
(10) - North Carolina Tournament; Chapel Hill, N.C.
(15) - Louisville Slugger Classic; Las Vegas, Nev.
(19) - Campbell/Cartier Classic; San Diego, Calif.

Results

Feb. 5, 2009
ARIZONA STATE vs. McNeese State (1)        W, 5-4 (8)

Feb. 6, 2009
ARIZONA vs. Kansas (1)        L, 1-5
ARIZONA vs. Texas El Paso (1)        W,8-5
ARIZONA STATE vs. Central Florida (1)        W, 10-7
ARIZONA STATE vs. Portland State (1)        W, 8-0
CALIFORNIA vs. Houston  (9)        W, 10-2
CALIFORNIA vs. Liberty (9)        W, 15-1
OREGON vs. UC Santa Barbara (1)        L, 2-1
OREGON vs. Wichita State (1)        L, 12-15
OREGON STATE vs. Southern Illinois (9)        L, 1-3
OREGON STATE vs. Wisconsin (9)        W, 4-3
STANFORD vs. McNeese State (1)        W, 15-2
STANFORD vs. Oklahoma State (1)        L, 0-1
WASHINGTON vs. Tennessee (24)        W, 2-1
WASHINGTON vs. BYU (24)        W, 7-3

Feb. 7, 2009
ARIZONA vs. Northwestern (1)        L, 1-3
ARIZONA vs. Nevada (1)        W, 7-2
ARIZONA STATE vs. Penn State (1)        W, 4-3
ARIZONA STATE vs. Cal State Bakersfield (1)        W, 7-1
CALIFORNIA vs. Illinois (9)        W, 9-1
OREGON vs. Texas Tech (1)        W, 4-3 (8)
OREGON vs. Texas El Paso(1)        W, 4-2
OREGON STATE vs. Georgia (9)        W, 3-2
STANFORD vs. Texas Tech (1)        W, 6-1
STANFORD vs. Kansas (1)        W, 11-0
UCLA vs. Purdue (23)        L, 1-2
UCLA vs. Indiana (23)        W, 10-2 (5)
WASHINGTON vs. Southern Utah (24)        W, 9-0 (5)
WASHINGTON vs. Loyola Marymount (24)        W, 4-2

Feb. 8, 2009
ARIZONA STATE vs. Texas El Paso (1)        L, 4-7
CALIFORNIA vs. Fordham (9)        W, 11-7
OREGON vs. Wagner (1)        W, 3-0
OREGON STATE vs. Houston (9)        L, 4-12
STANFORD vs. Central Florida (1)        W, 12-0
UCLA vs. Cal Poly (23)        W, 6-1
UCLA vs. San Diego State (23)        W, 6-2 (9)
WASHINGTON vs. Utah (24)        W, 4-0

Key
(1) - Kajikawa Classic; Tempe, Ariz.
(9) - Cathedral City Kickoff; Cathedral City, Calif.
(23) - Stacy Winsberg Memorial; Los Angeles, Calif.
(24) - Red Desert Classic; St. George, Utah

Team-By-Team Notes

Arizona (2-2): The Wildcats welcomed head coach Mike Candrea back at 
the helm after taking a sabbatical to coach the U.S. National Team in 
the Beijing Olympics...JR Stacie Chambers, who, last season, hit the 
most home runs (15) for a newcomer in since stand-out Lovie Jung, 
kicked off the season with a home run in the Wildcat's opening 
weekend...SO Lauren Schutzler led the team at the plate, batting .600 
after four games.  The outfielder recorded six hits in 10 at bats for 
Arizona, with an .800 slugging percentage.

Arizona State (5-1): The reigning National Champions started the 
season 5-1 after opening weekend, dropping the closing game of the 
Kajikawa Classic to Texas El Paso, 4-7...SR Kaitlin Cochran batted .
529 on the weekend, notching three long balls and eight RBI.  The 
senior recorded nine runs in 17 at bats for the Sun Devils along with 
three doubles.  Cochran was also 3-for-3 in stolen base attempts.

California (4-0): The Golden Bears start the season 4-0 for the first 
time since 2006...Outscoring opponents 45-11 on the weekend, 
California was led by a stellar performance from FR Jamia Reid.  A 
Player of the Week nominee, Reid notched six runs, six hits, and three 
home runs with 10 RBI on the weekend.  Reid homered in back-to-back-to-
back games for the Bears...In the season opening game, Cal crushed No. 
13/16 Houston, 10-2, helping to set the tone for the season.

Oregon (3-1):  The Ducks return starters at six of the eight field 
positions...SR captain Sari-Jane Jenkins, the Oregon career steals 
leader with 81, went 1-for-2 on the weekend as the Ducks capped off 
their weekend winning the final three games of the Kajikawa Classic in 
Tempe, Ariz.

Oregon State (2-2):  SR Stefanie Ewing recorded hits in all four games 
for the Beavers to lead the team.  Ewing's hits included a double and 
a home run...SO Audrey Roderfeld batted a team-high .400 on the 
weekend, hitting 4-for-10...Oregon State is 10-13 in its season 
openers since 1987.  The Beavers fell to Southern Illinois, 1-3, but 
rebounded to win the next two out three.  OSU last won a season opener 
in 2005 at UC Santa Barbara.

Stanford (4-1): The Cardinal swept the Player of the Week honors to 
start the season.  SR Missy Penna and JR Rosey Neill were named the 
Pac-10 Pitcher and Player of the week, respectively.  Neill hit three 
home runs and batted .500 on the weekend, while Penna tied a Stanford 
record, throwing her fifth no-hitter of her career.  She has thrown 
five of the program's 17 no-hitters...Stanford currently leads the 
Conference in batting average (.367) and slugging percentage (.
667)...The Cardinal outscored it's opponents 44-3 to open the 
season...SR Maddy Coon is close to setting the Cardinal all-time walk 
record, she needs three to match current record holder Sarah Beeson's 
mark of 115.

UCLA (3-1):  In the final game of the Stacy Winsberg Memorial 
Tournament, JR Kaila Shull belted a walk-off grand slam to lift the 
Bruins over No. 25 San Diego State, 6-2.  The grand slam was the first 
of Shull's career...SO Katie Schroeder knocked out three home runs on 
the weekend.  Of Schroeder's six hits, three went out of the park, 
helping the senior record  a 1.154 slugging percentage in the opening 
weekend.

Washington (5-0):  Washington is off to its best start under fifth-
year head coach Heather Tarr and a best program start since the 2003 
season, in which the Huskies kicked off the season going 9-0.  UW's 
roster includes 10 players from the 2007 Women's College World Series 
team...SR Danielle Lawrie, who took last season off to compete for 
Canada in the Beijing Olympics, finished the opening weekend with a 
0.64 ERA while striking out 36 batters.  FR Taylor Smith, in her debut 
at the plate for the Huskies, hit one out the park...Including Smith, 
Washington hit six home runs on the weekend.

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