Saturday, March 19, 2011 Results
Bach and Boyd Lead No. 5 Arizona State to 9-3 Win Over BSU to Close Judi Garmen Classic
FULLERTON, Calif. - A stellar game from Hillary Bach and a three-for-three game from Katelyn Boyd with two runs scored and three RBIs gave the No. 5 Sun Devils Softball team all the firepower it needed Saturday as they closed out their stint at the 2011 Judi Garmen Classic with a 9-3 win over the Boise State Broncos. Bach moves to a perfect 8-0 on the year while the Sun Devils now hold at 30-2 overall.
No. 9/10 Bears Rout Vikings, 6-0
HONOLULU - As the No. 1 seed on the final day of the Chevron Spring Fling Classic, the No. 9/10 California softball team continued its winning ways with a 6-0 victory over Cleveland State on Saturday afternoon.
Bears Cannot Withstand Cougars; Fall, 7-2
HONOLULU - After going undefeated through five games at the Chevron Spring Fling Classic, the No. 9/10 California softball team was finally toppled with a 7-2 loss to BYU on Saturday afternoon in the championship game.
Brenner Blasts a Grand Slam as Beavers Sweep Aggies
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Junior Mary Claire Brenner drove in seven runners including four coming off a grand slam home run as the Beavers swept Utah State in a doubleheader Saturday at the OSU Softball Complex. The Beavers won the first game, 9-0, in five innings and completed the sweep with an 8-1 victory in the second game.
No. 4/4 Huskies Fall In Extra-Inning Heartbreaker To No. 9/8 Oklahoma
FULLERTON, Calif. - In a battle of two Top 10 teams, the No. 4/4 UW softball team fell in eight innings to No. 9/8 Oklahoma 7-6 at Anderson Family Field on Saturday morning.
Offense Leads UA to Sweep
Seventh-ranked Arizona improved to 26-6 with a pair of wins vs. DePaul and San Jose State. The Cats powered 24 hits and scored 21 runs on the day. UA beat DePaul (15-7) 7-1 and San Jose State (12-15) 14-6 in six in its final day at the Judi Garman Classic.
Ducks Cement Sweep of Wildcats With 6-2 Finale
EUGENE - The No. 15 University of Oregon softball team (20-4) smacked three more homers and held Weber State (3-13) to two hits for a 6-2 win to cap its home-opening doubleheader sweep.