Pac-10 Softball Round-Up: April 24, 2010

April 25, 2010

#6 UCLA Powers Its Way Past #10 Stanford
STANFORD, Calif. - Senior Julie Burney and sophomores Andrea Harrison and Dani Yudin all hit home runs, as the sixth-ranked Bruins beat #10 Stanford 7-3 on Saturday at Smith Family Stadium. [Read More]

Fowler Perfect in Win over OSU
TUCSON -- Kenzie Fowler threw a five-inning perfect game and Arizona thumped Oregon State, 8-0, to take Saturday night Pac-10 softball action at Hillenbrand Stadium. [
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No. 17/13 Bears Mercy No. 1 Washington, 9-1, in Five-Inning Upset
BERKELEY - The No. 17/13 California softball team exploded for eight runs in the second inning to notch one of the biggest upsets in program history with the 9-1 five-inning win over No. 1 Washington on Saturday afternoon. The Golden Bears (34-12 overall/5-6 in the Pac-10 Conference) earned their first upset of a top-ranked team since 2003 with Saturday's run-rule victory over the defending national champions Huskies (36-5/8-3 Pac-10) to even the series with one win apiece. [Read More]

No. 16 UO Ends Seven-Game Skid to No. 9 ASU With 7-4 Win
TEMPE, Ariz. – With its 7-4 win Saturday night at the ASU Softball Complex, the No. 16 University of Oregon softball team (31-9, 7-4) evened the season series with No. 9 Arizona State (36-10, 5-6) and remained in second place in the Pac-10 Conference. [Read  More]


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