Pac-10 Softball Regional Round-Up: May 15, 2009

May 16, 2009

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    Cats Take Opener in Record Fashion
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- National home run leader Stacie Chambers cashed in for the NCAA record-breaking blast as the ninth-seeded Arizona Wildcats downed the University of Tennessee at Martin, 9-3, on Friday afternoon in their opening game at the Regional round of the NCAA Softball Championship. [Read More]

    Hillary Bach Pitches A Complete Game Shutout in Game Two of Tempe Regionals
    TEMPE, Ariz. - Powered by Hillary Bach's tenth complete game shutout on the season and Krista Donnenwirth's 2-for-3 performance the 10th-seeded Arizona State Softball team opened the 2009 postseason with a 5-0 win over San Diego State in Game Two of the Tempe Regional Friday night. ASU is now 41-16 overall as San Diego State falls to 33-19.[Read More]

    No. 14/16 California Wins NCAA Regional Opener 8-3 Over Mississippi State
    TALLAHASSE, FLA. - No. 14/16 California (36-18) opened NCAA Regional Softball play Friday with an 8-3 win over Mississippi State (28-27) at JoAnne Graff Field on the campus of Florida State University. The Golden Bears fell behind, 3-0, after an inning and a half before storming back with eight unanswered runs. The victory advanced Cal to a second round Regional game Saturday against Oklahoma State after the Cowgirls knocked off top-seeded tournament host No. 16/20 Florida State, 1-0, in Friday's second game. First pitch for Saturday's contest is scheduled for 10 a.m., PT. [Read More]

    Cardinal Storms Past Portland State To Begin NCAA Championship
    Stanford, Calif. - The eighth-seeded Stanford softball team (45-9) stormed past Portland State tonight in its first game of the Stanford Regional, getting a solid start in its quest to return to the Women's College World Series for the first time since 2004. Led by Ashley Hansen and Alissa Haber, the Cardinal unleashed 10 runs on the Vikings (29-25), ripped five doubles and walked away with a 10-3 victory. [Read More]

    Second-Seeded Bruins Knock Off Long Beach State 4-2
    LOS ANGELES - Junior Megan Langenfeld struck out seven in a complete-game effort and went 2-for-3 at the plate with the go-ahead RBI, while junior Julie Burney went 2-for-3 with a home run, as the second-seeded Bruins defeated Long Beach State 4-2 on Friday in the first game of NCAA Regional play at Easton Stadium. [Read More]

    Huskies Start Postseason With 9-1 Win
    AMHERST, Mass. - The No. 3 Washington softball team kicked off the 2009 postseason by getting solid pitching and hitting to defeat Sacred Heart, 9-1, at the UMass Softball Complex in a game called after five innings due to the mercy rule. [Read More]

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