This week in Pac-12 softball

By the Pac-12 Conference

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With five televised games this week and 18 total games with Pac-12 teams there is plenty of softball for fans to watch. The Pac-12 Networks will be showing games between UTAH and STANFORD and CALIFORNIA and ARIZONA STATE. The Utes and the Cardinal will be show Friday, April 26 at 5 p.m. PT as well as Sunday, April 28 at 12 p.m. PT. The Golden Bears at the Sun Devils home turf will be shown on Saturday, April 27 at 7 p.m. PT. California at Arizona State will also be televised on ESPNU on Friday, April 26 at 7 p.m. PT. The Utes will start their week against Southern Utah. Other midweek games include UCLA against UC Santa Barbara and Stanford at Pacific. Pac-12 matchups this week also include ARIZONA at OREGON STATE and OREGON at UCLA. The Huskies have the week off.


Tuesday, April 16
#7 Oregon at Portland State W, 5-0
#7 Oregon at Portland State W, 8-0

Wednesday, April 17
#10 California vs. Santa Clara W, 5-0
#16 Stanford vs. Saint Mary's SMU; 5-2
Utah vs. Utah State W, 14-3

Thursday, April 18
#18 UCLA at #22 Arizona ARIZ; 8-6

Friday, April 19
Oregon State at #10 California CAL; 8-0
#18 UCLA at #22 Arizona UCLA; 13-3
#2 Arizona State at Utah UTAH; 5-4

Saturday, April 20
Oregon State at #10 California CAL; 3-1
#16 Stanford at #14 Washington WASH; 6-5
#18 UCLA at #22 Arizona UCLA; 9-1

Sunday, April 21
Oregon State at #10 California OSU; 1-0
#16 Stanford at #14 Washington STAN; 6-4
#2 Arizona State at Utah ASU; 6-4
#2 Arizona State at Utah UTAH; 6-5
#16 Stanford at #14 Washington WASH; 7-1


Wednesday, April 24
Utah at Southern Utah 12 p.m. MT
Utah at Southern Utah 2 p.m. MT
#16 UCLA vs. UC Santa Barbara 3 p.m. PT
#17 Stanford at Pacific 6 p.m. PT

Friday, April 26
Arizona at Oregon State 3 p.m PT*
Utah at #17 Stanford 5 p.m. PT*
Televised on Pac-12 Networks
#10 California at #5 Arizona State 7 p.m. PT*
Televised on ESPNU
#6 Oregon at #16 UCLA 7 p.m. PT*

Saturday, April 27
Utah at #17 Stanford 1 p.m. PT*
Arizona at Oregon State 3 p.m. PT*
#6 Oregon at #16 UCLA 6 p.m. PT*
#10 California at #5 Arizona State 7 p.m. PT*
Televised on Pac-12 Networks

Sunday, April 28
Arizona at Oregon State 11 a.m. PT*
#10 California at #5 Arizona State 12 p.m. PT*
Televised on Pac-12 Networks
#6 Oregon at #16 UCLA 12 p.m. PT*
Utah at #17 Stanford 12 p.m. PT*
Televised on Pac-12 Networks

Tuesday, April 30
Oregon State at Portland State 6 p.m. PT
Oregon State at Portland State 8 p.m. PT

All game times local to site and subject to change.
* indicates conference game
Rankings from USA Today/NFCA

Pac-12 Softball Facts

• SERIES TIME: The Utes were the first team to take a series from ARIZONA STATE. Utah won two out of three games and claimed their second Pac-12 series in a row.

• STRONG STARTS: The Utes hold a 12-1 record when leading after the first inning and are 14-5 when scoring in the first. The team also finishes strong as they are 14-2 this year when leading after six innings.

• TOP TEN WIN: Oregon State claimed their first win on the road against a top-10 team in six years when the Beavers defeated then-No. 10 CALIFORNIA 1-0 last Sunday. It is the first win at Cal for OSU since 2008.

• RAIN RAIN GO AWAY: The Cardinal and Huskies had to fight the rain this past weekend to be able to complete their three game series. Their first game was rained out Friday and was then rescheduled as a double-header on Saturday. The teams were only able to play on game Saturday and pushed the other game back again to Sunday. Finally on Sunday the teams were able to complete a doubleheader but not without a rain delay during play.

• NO SWEEP WEEK: There was not a single sweep in Pac-12 play this week with every team claiming at least one victory. This is the first week of Pac-12 play this occurred with the lower half of the standings coming alive and fighting strong. Utah upset ASU taking two of three games. Going into last week's games Utah was holding the 11th ranked Pac-12 spot and ASU was ranked second behind OREGON.

• MERCY RULE: UCLA posted their first mercy-rule win against then-No. 22 ARIZONA since 2005 and their first in Tucson since 1999. The Bruins posted a 9-1, six inning triumph over the Wildcats last Saturday.

• HOME RUNS ALL AROUND: The Bruins tied a school record with seven home runs in the 13-3 victory over the Wildcats last Friday. The Bruins also had a season high in hits with 16.

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