This Week in Pac-10 Softball

March 25, 2009

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Upcoming Schedule
 
Mar. 24, 2009

CALIFORNIA at Sacramento State 2 p.m. PT

OREGON vs. Seattle University (DH) 1 p.m. PT

UCLA vs. UC Santa Barbara (DH) 1 p.m. PT

 


Mar. 25, 2009

CALIFORNIA at Pacific 2 p.m. PT

OREGON STATE vs. Seattle (DH) 1 p.m. PT

 


Mar. 27, 2009

*ARIZONA vs. OREGON STATE 7 p.m. PT

*ARIZONA STATE vs. OREGON 7 p.m. PT

*CALIFORNIA vs. WASHINGTON 3 p.m. PT

*STANFORD vs. UCLA 7 p.m. PT

 


Mar. 28, 2009

*ARIZONA vs. OREGON 7 p.m. PT

*ARIZONA STATE vs. OREGON STATE 7 p.m. PT

*CALIFORNIA vs. UCLA 1 p.m. PT

*STANFORD vs. WASHINGTON 1 p.m. PT

 


Mar. 29, 2009

*ARIZONA vs. OREGON Noon PT

*ARIZONA STATE vs. OREGON STATE Noon PT

*CALIFORNIA vs. UCLA Noon PT

*STANFORD vs. WASHINGTON Noon PT

 


Key

(DH) - Double Header

* Pac-10 Conference game
 
 
Recent Results
 

Mar. 18, 2009

ARIZONA at New Mexico State (DH) W, 8-5; W, 10-5

 


Mar. 20, 2009


ARIZONA STATE vs. Long Beach State W, 11-7

CALIFORNIA vs. BYU (14) L, 0-4

CALIFORNIA vs. UNLV (14) W, 8-0

STANFORD vs. Princeton (22) W, 1-0

 


Mar. 21, 2009


ARIZONA STATE vs. Long Beach State (DH) W, 5-3; W, 10-6

CALIFORNIA vs. Colorado State (14) L, 1-2


OREGON STATE 2, OREGON STATE 1


STANFORD vs. Winthrop (22) W, 5-1

STANFORD vs. Santa Clara (22) W, 6-1

WASHINGTON vs. New Mexico (DH) W, 14-1; W, 4-3

 


Mar. 22, 2009


CALIFORNIA vs. Cal Poly (14) L, 1-4

STANFORD vs. Pacific (22) W, 6-0

WASHINGTON vs. New Mexico W, 9-1

 


Mar. 23, 2009


STANFORD vs. Cal Poly W, 2-1

 

 


Key


(DH) - Double Header

(14) - Sacramento State Tournament; Sacramento, Calif.

(22) - Stanford Invitational; Stanford, Calif.

Team-By-Team Notes
 

Pac-10 Notes:

 


Arizona (28-7):

The Wildcats faced New Mexico State in a double header on Wednesday, sweeping the Aggies. Arizona as a team leads the nation with 77 home runs this season. The Wildcat’s 77 home runs are 36 more than second-best UCLA and Arizona State. Put the numbers in perspective, only three teams in the Conference have even hit more than 28 home runs on the season: Arizona (77), UCLA (41) and Arizona State (41). The Wildcats open up the Pac-10 season this weekend hosting Oregon and Oregon State.

 


Arizona State (28-5):

Arizona State’s power slugger Kaitlin Cochran broke the ASU career home run record, hitting her 61st career home run in the third game of the Sun Devil’s three-game series against Long Beach State. Cochran broke the former mark of 60 set by Mindy Cowels from 2004-08. With her 61 career home runs, Cochran ties UCLA great and U.S. Olympian Tairia Mims for the seventh best home run mark in Conference history. The Sun Devils rank second in the Conference in five major categories: batting average (.330), on base percentage (.440), runs scored (245), hits (277), and RBI (233).

 


California (22-7):

FR Jamia Reid continues to lead the Pac-10 in steals, as the Golden Bears are on pace to shatter the Pac-10 season steal record of 194 set by Washington in 1997. In California’s 1-2 loss to Colorado State, Jamia Reid tied the program’s single-season record, earning her 28th stolen base of the season. The Pac-10 single season record is 67, set by Arizona’s Alison McCutcheon in 1998. Close behind is Jamia Reid’s twin sister FR Elia Reid. The Reid sisters are ranked first and second in the Conference, with Elia contributing 21 steals on the season for the Golden Bears.

 


Oregon (8-17):

The Ducks dropped their Conference opener to rival Oregon State, 1-2. JR Blair Williamson went 2-for-3, batting in the lone run for game on a triple. Oregon still owns a 78-77-1 edge in the Civil War series with the Beavers. Eight Ducks have hit home runs this year for Oregon, with Monique Fuiava leading the way. Fuiava has hit seven home runs this season for Oregon, three away from the 10th best single season mark in Ducks history.

 


Oregon State (14-13):

The Beavers earned their first Conference victory with a 2-1 win over instate rival Oregon. SR Paige Lowe hit her fourth home run of the season, eighth of her career. With its win over the Ducks, Oregon State has won six straight home openers. Next up, the Beavers travel to Arizona to face the Arizona Wildcats and the Arizona State Sun Devils.

 


Stanford (29-1):

The Cardinal currently hold the nation’s longest active win streak, having won the last 28 games after dropping the second game of the season. Stanford has surpassed the old school record of 16 straight wins, which was set in 2002. The Cardinal’s win streak was even mentioned on Monday’s edition of Sports Center. Stanford kicks off Pac-10 play, hosting UCLA on Friday and Washington in a two-game series on Saturday and Sunday.

 


UCLA (24-3):

Did not compete. UCLA hosts UC Santa Barbara on Tuesday Mar. 24 then travels to the Bay Area to face Stanford on Friday and California in a two-game series on Saturday and Sunday.

 


Washington (27-3):

The second-ranked Huskies swept the New Mexico in a three-game series. Washington racked up 37 hits and scored 27 runs in the series. SR Ashley Charters was named the Pac-10 Player of the Week after breaking Washington’s career steals record with 116. As a team Washington hit .420 over the three-game series and record four home runs.

 

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