SB: Saturday, May 21, 2011 Results
Cats Advance to Regional Championship
TUCSON - Eighth-seeded Arizona shutout New Mexico State as 8-0 to advance to the regional championship game Sunday. Kenzie Fowler dealt a season-high 15 Ks while getting plenty of run-support in her complete-game shutout.
UW The First Team To Clinch A Spot In Super Regionals
SEATTLE - The 12th-seed Washington Huskies became the first team to punch its ticket into Super Regionals with a 7-5 come-from-behind win on Saturday over BYU. Down 4-2 going into the bottom of the sixth, the Huskies scored five runs to take command of the game and advance to the next round for the sixth time in seven years under head coach Heather Tarr.
Moore and No. 11 Ducks One-Hit Rams, 2-0
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The No. 11 University of Oregon softball team (41-14) advanced to the regional final for the seventh time the last nine seasons with its 2-0 shutout of Fordham (42-18) Saturday afternoon at Penn State's Beard Field.
Bears Move Onto Regional Championship Game
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - With a two-run homer and a two-out error by Louisville that allowed two California runs to score in the bottom of the second, the No. 7-seeded Golden Bears earned themselves a 4-0 win over host Louisville on Saturday afternoon. With its second win at the Louisville Regional in hand, Cal moves onto Sunday's championship game.
Stanford Advances to Regional Final with Win Over Fresno State
STANFORD, Calif. - The 11th-ranked Stanford softball team defeated Fresno State, 3-1, Saturday, at Smith Family Stadium to advance to the regional final on Sunday. With the win, the Cardinal (40-15) secures its 12th 40-win season. Fresno State falls to 35-18 on the year.