Pac-10 Softball Round-Up: March 28, 2009

March 29, 2009

Arizona Softball Shoots Down Ducks, 11-3

TUCSON -- The No. 11 Arizona Wildcats used two big innings and four Oregon errors to run-rule the Ducks, 11-3 in five innings, in front of 2,430 fans in Hillenbrand Stadium on Saturday night. [Read More]

No. 6 Softball Red-Hot In 11-3 Win Over Oregon State

TEMPE, Ariz. - For the third time this season Kaitlin Cochran and Katelyn Boyd hit back-to-back home runs as the sixth-ranked Sun Devils picked up their second conference victory over the Oregon State Beavers Saturday night at Farrington Stadium with an 11-3 five inning win. ASU's record now goes to 2-0 in the Pac-10 and 30-5 overall while the Beavers fall to 1-2 in the conference and 16-15 on the season. [Read More]

No. 12 Cal Earns 7-6 Win over No. 4 UCLA at Home

BERKELEY - The 12th-ranked Cal softball team bounced back from its loss to No. 2 Washington on Friday, with a dramatic 7-6 win over the fourth-ranked UCLA Bruins on Saturday at Levine-Fricke Field. The Golden Bears evened their conference record at 1-1 and snapped their three-game losing streak to the Bruins. [Read More]

No. 3 Stanford Outlasts No. 2 Washington In 11-Inning Marathon

Stanford, Calif. - In a pitcher's dual between two of the nation's best, Washington All-American Danielle Lawrie and Stanford All-American Missy Penna battled through 11 innings, threw more than 150 pitches apiece and struck out a combined 29 batters. In the end, however, Penna and the third-ranked Cardinal outlasted the second-ranked Huskies, as junior catcher Rosey Neill was hit by a pitch with bases loaded in the bottom of the 11th to end the game. [Read More]

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