Pac-10 Softball Round-Up: April 19, 2009

April 20, 2009

Cats Get Comeback Victory over Cal

TUCSON -- A late home run by Sam Banister helped Arizona come back for a 7-5 Pac-10 softball victory over No. 14 California Sunday afternoon at Hillenbrand Stadium. [Read More]

Sun Devil Offense Red-Hot As No. 5 Softball Upends No. 2 Stanford 10-1

TEMPE, Ariz. – Freshman Hillary Bach earned her 21st victory in the circle today giving up only one run in the first inning as the ASU offense went on to end the game early in five innings and upset the second-ranked Stanford Cardinal with a 10-1 victory today in Tempe. Leading the red hot offense was Krista Donnenwirth going 3-3 for the day tallying a home run to clinch the nine run lead in the second. The win puts the Sun Devils at 36-9 overall and 8-6 in the Pac-10 as Stanford falls to 37-6 on the season and 7-5 in conference play. [Read More]

Bruins Go Deep Three Times, Beat Oregon 6-0

EUGENE, Ore. - Juniors Megan Langenfeld and Kaila Shull and sophomore Katie Schroeder each homered, while Langenfeld and sophomore Donna Kerr teamed up for a one-hitter, as the third-ranked Bruins defeated Oregon 6-0 on Sunday at Howe Field. [Read More]

Huskies Complete Weekend Sweep With 7-1 Win

CORVALLIS, Ore. - The No. 4 Washington softball team broke out for 11 hits - three each by Ashley Charters and Morgan Stuart - to back Danielle Lawrie's three-hit, nine-strikeout performance, completing a three-game weekend sweep of the Oregon schools with a 7-1 win over Oregon State Sunday at the OSU Softball Complex. [Read More]

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