Pac-10 Softball Round-Up: May 1, 2009

May 2, 2009

Penna Silences ASU Bats, Nabs Strikeout No. 1,200

Stanford, Calif. - To begin her last Pac-10 series on home turf, Missy Penna brought her very best. The senior All-American fanned 11 batters, threw a two-hitter, shut down one of the nation's top-three offenses and clinched the series from sixth-ranked Arizona State for the first time in her four-year career. Along the way, the nation's active strikeout leader sat down her 1,200th career batter, secured her second consecutive 30-win season and set the bar higher on four school records. [Read More]

Bruins Bounce Back With 8-0 Win Over Oregon

LOS ANGELES - Senior Amanda Kamekona and junior Kaila Shull each hit home runs, while sophomore Donna Kerr struck out eight in a one-hitter, as the second-ranked Bruins defeated Oregon 8-0 in six innings on Friday at Easton Stadium. [Read More]

No. 4 Huskies Rally For 5-2 Victory

SEATTLE - The No. 4 Washington softball team earned its 11th comeback victory of the season, scoring five unanswered runs for a 5-2 win over Oregon State Friday at Husky Softball Stadium. [Read More]

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