Pac-10 Softball Round-Up: March 6, 2010

March 6, 2010

Stanford Softball Versus Northwestern Rained Out
FULLERTON, Calif. -- The Stanford softball game versus Northwestern, scheduled for 6 p.m., has been rained out. [Read More]


UCLA-Long Beach State Game Postponed Due to Rain
SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Saturday's softball game between fifth-ranked UCLA and Long Beach State at the San Diego Classic has been postponed due to inclement weather. Rain began to fall around 4:30 p.m. at the SDSU Softball Stadium, as the game before the Bruins-49ers contest between San Diego State and Wisconsin was halted in the bottom of the third inning. [Read More]


Big Fifth Inning Lifts Softball over Loyola Marymount
Fullerton, Calif. – A big fifth inning lifted the Oregon State softball team (8-11) to a 5-3 victory over the Loyola Marymount Lions (3-5) on Saturday afternoon. [
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Ducks Harness Mustangs, 2-0
SAN DIEGO - The University of Oregon softball team (14-5) posted its second shutout of the San Diego Classic with a 2-0 win Saturday over returning NCAA qualifier Cal Poly (5-6). [Read More]


No. 9 Softball Finely-Tuned In Day Two of Wilson/DiMarini Invitational
TEMPE, Ariz. – Lights-out pitching and hot-hitting spelled the story Saturday night in Day Two of the Wilson/DiMarini Invitational as the ninth-ranked ASU Softball team won 6-1 over Samford and 8-0 (5) over UCSB in Tempe at Farrington Stadium. Sam Parlich and Megan Elliott pitched the wins, to push their respective records to 3-1 and 6-1 on the year as ASU now holds a 15-2 overall record. [Read More]


No. 1 Huskies Sweep Two Games At Hawaii Invitational
HONOLULU, Hawai'i - The No. 1 Washington softball team swept a pair of games at the Bank of Hawaii Invitational in opposite fashion Saturday, blowing out Seattle U, 12-0, in just five innings before being pushed to extra innings by host Hawaii but coming out on top, 1-0, to earn the top seed for Sunday's playoffs. [
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No. 15/13 Cal Drops 11 Runs on Southern Utah in 11-0 Mercy Win
LAS VEGAS - The No. 15/ 13 California softball team rained six runs on Southern Utah in the second inning en route to an 11-0 mercy win against the Thunderbirds on Saturday afternoon. The Golden Bears (15-4) were led by a terrific outing by pitcher Jolene Henderson, who allowed just three hits and faced four batters over the minimum, and junior Valerie Arioto, who had four RBI. [Read More]

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