Pac-10 Softball Round-Up: April 17, 2010

April 17, 2010


#17 Ducks Blank #1 Huskies, 4-0, in Historic Fashion
EUGENE - The No. 17 University of Oregon softball team (30-7, 6-2) not only shutout defending national champion and No. 1 Washington (34-4, 6-2) Saturday afternoon, 4-0, but also did it against last year's national player of the year, pitcher Danielle Lawrie. [Read More]


#7 UCLA Earns Program's 1,500th Victory With 4-2 Win Over Oregon State
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Senior
Julie Burney and junior GiOnna DiSalvatore each hit two-run homers in a four-run fourth inning, which was plenty of support for junior Whitney Baker, who tossed five shutout frames, as the seventh-ranked Bruins posted the program's 1,500th victory with a 4-2 win over Oregon State on Saturday at the OSU Softball Complex. [Read More]  

Chambers Socks Two HRs in Run-Rule Win
TUCSON -- Stacie Chambers' walk-off two-run home run gave Arizona the margin for a six-inning mercy rule victory, 10-2, over No. 8 Stanford Saturday night and left the fourth-ranked Wildcats to a two to zero lead in the Pac-10 weekend series. [Read More]

No. 19/16 Cal Explodes for 8-0 Mercy Win Over No. 6 ASU
TEMPE, Ariz. - With four home runs from three Golden Bears - Lindsey Ziegenhirt (2), Valerie Arioto and Elia Reid - the No. 19/16 California softball team rolled over No. 6 Arizona State, 8-0, in six innings on Saturday evening. With the second consecutive conference win and victory over the Sun Devils, the Bears improve to 32-11 overall and 3-5 in the Pac-10 Conference while ASU now stands at 35-8 and 4-4 in the Pac-10. [Read More]


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