Pac-10 Softball Round-Up: April 24, 2009

April 25, 2009

Kaitlin Cochran Sets Yet Another Record In No. 4 ASU Softball's 9-3 Win Over No. 3 Washington

TEMPE, Ariz. – Kaitlin Cochran did it again Friday night, setting another ASU record, hitting her 19th homerun on the season, besting her 2007 record of 18 homeruns, and breaking the single season homerun record previously held by Mindy Cowles in 2008 with eighteen, as the Sun Devils went on to beat the Washington Huskies 9-2. Hillary Bach was on the mound, giving up only six hits with six strikeouts on the night, giving her a 22-3 record for the year. This win puts ASU at 7-4 in the conference and 37-9 overall as the Huskies drop to 7-5 in the conference and 34-8 overall. [Read More]

No. 15 Cal Bashes Oregon State 11-2

BEREKELY - The No. 15 California Golden Bears (30-15, 6-7 Pac-10) earned an 11-2 victory in five innings over the Oregon State Beavers (24-23, 3-10 Pac-10) Friday afternoon in Berkeley. Bernice Masaniai hit two home runs for the Bears. [Read More]

Koplitz' Walk-Off Blast Secures Stanford's Eighth Pac-10 Win

Stanford, Calif. - Junior Shannon Koplitz ended a pitcher's duel in the ninth inning tonight, hitting a walk-off home run to lift Stanford to a 2-0 win over Oregon. Senior pitcher Missy Penna tied her own school record with her 15th shutout of the year and Stanford built its 2009 win total to 39. [Read More]

Yudin Two-Run Single, Langenfeld Pitching Keys UCLA Win Over Arizona

TUCSON, Ariz. - Freshman Dani Yudin drove in both Bruin runs on a two-run single in the sixth and junior Megan Langenfeld shut down the highest scoring offense in the nation, as second-ranked UCLA defeated #7 Arizona 2-1 on Friday at Hillenbrand Stadium. [Read More]

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