Pac-10 Softball Round-Up: May 3, 2009

May 3, 2009

Cochran's Grand Slam Powers No. 6 Softball Over No. 13 Cal

BERKELEY, Calif. - Powered by a grand slam from Kaitlin Cochran, the sixth-ranked ASU Softball team got back to form Sunday afternoon as they topped the 13th-ranked Cal Golden Bears 7-3 at Levine-Fricke Field in Berkeley. Hillary Bach took the win for her 23rd on the season as ASU improves to 38-15 and 8-10 in conference play while Cal drops to 34-16 and 9-8 in the Pac-10. [Read More]

Senior Gem: Penna Tosses A One-Hitter To Take First Arizona Series In School History

Stanford, Calif. - In her final regular-season appearance at Smith Family Stadium, Missy Penna made sure her last impression would be one to remember. The senior ace put on a show for the packed home crowd, throwing a one-hitter against the nation's top offense, striking out 13 batters and leading Stanford to its first series win in school history over the Arizona Wildcats. [Read More]

Kerr, Offense Dominate in 9-1 Victory Over Oregon State

LOS ANGELES - Sophomore Donna Kerr struck out nine and allowed only one hit and one unearned run in six innings, while senior Amanda Kamekona, juniors Julie Burney and Megan Langenfeld and sophomores GiOnna DiSalvatore and Katie Schroeder all had multiple-hit games, as the second-ranked Bruins defeated Oregon State 9-1 in six innings on Sunday at Easton Stadium. [Read More]

UW Caps Perfect Week With 8-2 Win

SEATTLE - Danielle Lawrie capped a stellar week for the No. 4 Washington softball team Sunday, striking out a seven-inning, season-high 18 batters to lead the Huskies to their fourth straight win, 8-2, over Oregon at Husky Softball Stadium. [Read More]

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