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Scores

Date Teams Score Innings  
2014-04-23 Pacific (California)
UC Davis
10
4
7 Innings
2014-04-23 California
Sacramento State
8
0
6 Innings
2014-04-23 Indiana
Louisville
8
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-23 Boise State
Utah State
11
9
7 Innings
2014-04-23 Boise State
Utah State
10
1
5 Innings
2014-04-23 Caldwell
Molloy
5
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Fr pitcher Sydney Ponto strikes out 10 in complete game victory.

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2014-04-23 Caldwell
Molloy
6
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-23 Michigan
Purdue
11
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-23 Purdue
Michigan
3
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Purdue's win over No. 4 Michigan, matches a 2009 win over No. 4 UCLA for the highest ranked foe ever beaten by the Boilermaker program.

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2014-04-23 Rutgers
St. John's (New York)
13
3
5 Innings
2014-04-23 Ursuline
Salem International
7
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-23 Minnesota-Duluth
Minnesota State Moorhead
5
3
7 Innings
2014-04-23 Minnesota-Duluth
Minnesota State Moorhead
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-23 Coastal Carolina
Radford
8
3
7 Innings
2014-04-23 Salem International
Ursuline
11
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-22 Boise State
Utah State
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Oklahoma City
Oklahoma Wesleyan
9
6
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Oklahoma City
Oklahoma Wesleyan
13
2
5 Innings
2014-04-22 Central (Iowa)
Coe
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Coe
Central (Iowa)
5
3
7 Innings
2014-04-22 IUPUI
Illinois-Chicago
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Longwood
Norfolk State
3
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-22 Longwood
Norfolk State
2
1
7 Innings [Read More]
NSU's Jamie Schulle became school's all-time leader in strikeouts

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2014-04-22 Georgia State
Georgia
4
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Mandy Blackwell hit a two-run homer to give GSU the lead in the top of the sixth. Lauren Coleman finished with one hit, one run scored, one RBI and drew two walks.

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2014-04-22 Radford
Coastal Carolina
4
1
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Coastal Carolina
Radford
6
5
8 Innings
2014-04-22 Stanford
Santa Clara
8
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Eight Stanford players combined for 14 hits to lead the Cardinal to a convincing 8-0 victory against Santa Clara.
2014-04-22 Wisconsin-Stout
Wisconsin-River Falls
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Wisconsin-Stout
Wisconsin-River Falls
3
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Stout's Tori Workman recorded 12 strikeouts.
2014-04-22 James Madison
Virginia
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Northwestern
Illinois
9
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-22 Northwestern
Illinois
6
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-22 Oregon
Portland State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Georgetown
George Washington
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Valparaiso
Western Illinois
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Valparaiso
Western Illinois
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Northwood (Mich.)
Tiffin
8
0
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Butler
Eastern Illinois
5
6
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Butler
Eastern Illinois
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Syracuse
Niagara
5
0
7 Innings [Read More]
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – The Syracuse softball team got a dominating performance from freshman Sydney O'Hara in the circle as the Orange shutout Niagara, 5-0 on Tuesday, April 22 at the SU Softball Stadium. "I think we needed to get back home to get some momentum," said head coach Leigh Ross. "I think we lost some last weekend (at Florida State). I think we started piecing together the hits and getting some timely hits and that's what killed us last weekend. We didn't have the timely hits, we didn't have the big hits. So it's nice to feel that again." Since March 11, Syracuse (21-22) has gone 16-4 against teams either not ranked or not receiving votes. Niagara (13-25) on the otherhand, has lost 10 of its last 12. O'Hara (14-10), who also went 1-for-2 at the plate with a two-run double, was nearly unhittable against the Purple Eagles, surrendering just three hits for her seventh shutout and 12th complete game of the season while striking out nine. The seven blank sheets are tied for third in a single-season and most by a freshman in one campaign, while also ranking tied for sixth in a career. It was also the sixth complete game effort that O'Hara gave up three hits or less in. "Syd came out and was throwing harder than I've seen her throw in a while. You could tell that she was on a mission," said Ross. Senior Jasmine Watson was a perfect 2-for-2 with a homer and double, drove in two runs and reached base in all three trips to the plate. It was the 13th home run of the season for Watson, which ranks third in a single-season at SU. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne hit her 20th career blast and became just the ninth player in school history to reach that mark. Freshman Alyssa Dewes was 2-for-2 as well. Syracuse wasted no time jumping on Niagara pitcher Bridget Hogan as Ozanne and Watson hit back-to-back jacks with two outs in the first inning to give the Orange a 2-0 lead. It was the second straight home game the pair hit consecutive homer. Watson also added an RBI double in the third that drove in freshman Nicole Lundstrom, who got on with a double of her own two batters earlier. Although the Orange bats were connecting, it was O'Hara's performance on the rubber that stuck out once again. She took a perfect game into the fourth inning after retiring the first 10 batters of the game, five via strikeouts. Niagara looked to put something together after breaking up the perfect game with consecutive singles by Chanelle Ward and Hogan, but O'Hara got the next two out to end the threat. In the home half of the fifth, O'Hara helped out her own cause, driving in two on her 14th double of the season to extend the Syracuse advantage to 5-0. The 14 two-baggers are tied for third in a single-season at SU. The back-to-back hits in the fourth didn't get to O'Hara as she went on to retire nine in a row before allowing a double to Aileen Hinton with one out in the ninth. O'Hara then got the next two batters out on five pitches to close out the game. "Thursday hopefully we can get two games in, and if this weekend can be nice for us hopefully get on a little roll going into the (ACC) tournament," said Ross. Syracuse wraps up the non-conference slate on Thursday, April 24 with a doubleheader at Canisius beginning at 3:30 p.m. and will close out the regular season with ACC-foe Virginia Tech on Saturday and Sunday, April 26 and 27.

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2014-04-22 Lewis
Wisconsin-Parkside
7
5
7 Innings
2014-04-22 William Paterson
Montclair State
6
1
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Montclair State
William Paterson
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Rowan
Rutgers-Camden
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-22 James Madison
Virginia
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Rowan
Rutgers-Camden
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Caldwell
Dominican (New York)
8
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Fr. pitcher Sydney Ponto throws a one hitter in five innings.

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2014-04-22 Caldwell
Dominican (New York)
11
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-22 Northwood (Mich.)
Tiffin
5
3
11 Innings
2014-04-22 Omaha
North Dakota
10
0
5 Innings
2014-04-22 UMBC
La Salle
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Lewis
Wisconsin-Parkside
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-22 Lewis
Wisconsin-Parkside
5
1
11 Innings
2014-04-22 Omaha
North Dakota
8
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
[Read More]
Dana Elsasser throws 5-inning no-hitter
2014-04-22 La Salle
UMBC
5
3
7 Innings
2014-04-21 Bluffton
Otterbein
4
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-21 Otterbein
Bluffton
8
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-21 California (Pennsylvania)
Gannon
9
0
5 Innings
2014-04-21 California (Pennsylvania)
Gannon
12
3
6 Innings
2014-04-21 UCLA
Long Beach State
8
1
7 Innings
2014-04-21 UCLA
Long Beach State
10
6
7 Innings
2014-04-21 Centenary (N.J.)
Rosemont
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-21 Centenary (N.J.)
Rosemont
9
1
6 Innings
2014-04-21 Davis and Elkins
Cedarville
8
7
8 Innings
2014-04-21 Alverno
Rockford
9
4
7 Innings
2014-04-21 Alverno
Rockford
7
4
7 Innings
2014-04-21 Cedarville
Davis and Elkins
7
0
7 Innings
2014-04-20 West Florida
West Alabama
10
2
5 Innings
2014-04-20 Florida State
Syracuse
9
1
6 Innings [Read More]
Maddie O'Brien's streak of reaching base ended at 18 consecutive plate appearances in the third inning.
2014-04-20 Northwestern
Indiana
3
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-20 Arkansas
Kentucky
8
0
6 Innings
2014-04-20 IPFW
North Dakota State
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-20 Michigan
Minnesota
7
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Caitlin Blanchard hit a three-run double, Lauren Sweet hit a three-run homer and Sierra Romero hit a solo homer.
2014-04-20 Illinois
Purdue
3
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-19 Sonoma State
Cal State Chico
9
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Sonoma State
Cal State Chico
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Georgia State
South Alabama
2
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Eron Milton pitched a complete game and allowed one run on four hits.

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2014-04-19 South Alabama
Georgia State
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-19 Grand Canyon
New Mexico State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Spalding
Webster
10
8
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Spalding
Webster
6
2
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Minnesota State Mankato
Augustana (South Dakota)
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Minnesota State Mankato
Augustana (South Dakota)
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-19 East Stroudsburg
Millersville
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-19 East Stroudsburg
Millersville
1
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-19 Ohio Dominican
Grand Valley State
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Ohio Dominican
Grand Valley State
7
2
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Charlotte
UAB
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Alabama-Huntsville
Union (TN)
6
2
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Alabama-Huntsville
Union (TN)
11
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 North Georgia
Flagler
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Northwestern State
Incarnate Word
8
2
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Bluffton
Hanover
9
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-19 Bluffton
Hanover
8
7
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-19 Hawaii Pacific
Chaminade
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Chaminade
Hawaii Pacific
5
3
7 Innings [Read More]
First win at HPU in nearly a decade.
2014-04-19 IPFW
North Dakota State
7
4
7 Innings
2014-04-19 North Dakota State
IPFW
1
0
11 Innings [Read More]
NDSU P Krista Menke (19-5) struck out a career-high 14 batters in 11 IP. Fired her 2nd one-hitter of season. NDSU SS Logan Moreland hit walk-off home run on 0-1 count in B11th inning. IPFW P Miranda Kramer (15-8) struck out 15 batters in 10+ innings pitched
2014-04-19 Florida State
Syracuse
5
0
7 Innings [Read More]
FSU set ACC record for conference wins in a season (20). Maddie O'Brien extends her streak of reaching base to 16 straight plate appearances.
2014-04-19 Florida State
Syracuse
7
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 California (Pennsylvania)
Edinboro
10
3
7 Innings
2014-04-19 California (Pennsylvania)
Edinboro
16
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Regis (Colorado)
Colorado Christian
6
3
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Colorado Christian
Regis (Colorado)
13
8
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Florida State
Syracuse
5
0
7 Innings [Read More]
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Despite a 5-for-6 performance on the day from freshman Sydney O'Hara, the Syracuse softball team dropped both of its Atlantic Coast Conference games to nationally-ranked No. 9/8 Florida State on Saturday, April 19. The Seminoles (43-6, 20-3 ACC) won the opener 7-1 and the nightcap 5-0, behind the one-two pitching punch of seven-time ACC Pitcher of the Week Lacey Waldrop and NFCA Freshman of the Year finalist Jessica Burroughs. With the second win, FSU set an ACC record with 20 wins. The Orange (20-21, 10-10 ACC) had entered the day winners in seven of its last eight. In the first game, Syracuse stayed close with the help of freshman Christina Clermont's strong pitching through the first four innings. She allowed only two runs on four hits up to that point, before Florida State scored five times in the fifth inning the break open the game. O'Hara and junior Mary Dombrowski each finished the game 2-for-3, accounting for four of SU's seven hits, with O'Hara scoring the run. It was only the fourth time in 34 appearances this season and just the 11th time in 85 career appearances that Waldrop surrendered at least seven hits in a game. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin pitched well in relief, giving up no runs and two hits after entering the game in the fifth with bases loaded and no outs. Syracuse showed early it could hit Waldrop, registering a base knock in four of the first five frames against the righty, with batters reaching base in all five innings. However, the Orange was unable to bring any of those runners in to score. Florida State broke the scoreless tie in the bottom of the second to take a 1-0 lead. Clermont retired the first batter she faced, but the next three batters all reached base. Alex Kossoff singled and a walk put two on for Briana Hamilton, who drove in Kossoff with a single through the left side. Hamilton was back at it in fourth, this time hitting a two-out homer that just cleared the wall in left to make it 2-0. In the fifth, SU put the leadoff runner on for the second inning in a row following a single by Dombrowski, but a pair of fielder's choice groundouts and a caught stealing ended the frame. The 'Noles broke open the contest with five runs in the home half of the inning, but two great diving plays by junior Julie Wambold at second allowed Syracuse to extend the game. The first seven batters got on base, bringing in five runs. After a walk to Maddie O'Brien, Kelly Hensley belted a two-run shot to right center to extend the lead to 4-0. Victoria East singled, stole second and came around to score on Alex Powers' single to center. A single and walk brought up Hamilton, who tallied her third hit on a single up the middle, driving in two more that widened the margin to 7-0. With the game-ending run on second, Larkin buckled down and got three of the next four batters to record outs at second. The first moved the winning run up to third, but Wambold made a pair of diving plays, ranging each way, to keep the game going. SU pushed across a run in the seventh for the final score of 7-1 following three straight singles by O'Hara, sophomore Danielle Chitkowski and Dombrowski, with O'Hara coming in to score on Dombrowski's hit. Waldrop took the win in the first game, improving to 28-4 on the season while Clermont (4-5) suffered the loss. Just like the first game, Syracuse kept it close through the first four innings, entering the bottom of the fifth trailing only 2-0. But a three-run homer by Courtney Senas in the fifth gave the Seminoles more than enough breathing room. O'Hara picked up right where she left off in the second game, going a perfect 3-for-3 to raise her batting average to .352 on the season. O'Hara, who is batting .452 in 20 ACC games, is hitting .704 (19-27) in her last seven games with six multi-hit games, including three four-hit contests. She also pitched, tossing her 11th complete game of the season, allowing five runs on six hits. Freshman Alyssa Dewes doubled and senior Jasmine Watson had a single, finishing off her day 2-for-6. The Orange matched each of the Seminoles' hits in the nightcap as both teams tallied six apiece, but once again failed to capitalize with runners on base. Florida State took advantage of its chances though. In the first inning, Hensley doubled in O'Brien, who walked, with a two-out drive to right center. Hensley then came around to score on the next play when East singled to right center and set the score at 2-0. The score remained that way until the fifth inning. O'Hara settled down after the first inning and went on to retire 10 of the next 12 batters she faced, striking out three of them. Syracuse put runners on in the second through fifth innings, bringing up the tying run each time. However, Jessica Burroughs was able to retire the next batter the first three times to limit any damage. O'Hara led off the fifth with a single, but couldn't move up on the base paths and was stranded on first. In the bottom of the inning the Seminoles struck for three runs to cap the scoring. Hamilton and O'Brien both walked to get things started and two batters later Senas went yard to right center. The teams will play a final game on Sunday, April 20 at 3 p.m. that will be televised on ESPNU.

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2014-04-19 Florida State
Syracuse
7
1
7 Innings [Read More]
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Despite a 5-for-6 performance on the day from freshman Sydney O'Hara, the Syracuse softball team dropped both of its Atlantic Coast Conference games to nationally-ranked No. 9/8 Florida State on Saturday, April 19. The Seminoles (43-6, 20-3 ACC) won the opener 7-1 and the nightcap 5-0, behind the one-two pitching punch of seven-time ACC Pitcher of the Week Lacey Waldrop and NFCA Freshman of the Year finalist Jessica Burroughs. With the second win, FSU set an ACC record with 20 wins. The Orange (20-21, 10-10 ACC) had entered the day winners in seven of its last eight. In the first game, Syracuse stayed close with the help of freshman Christina Clermont's strong pitching through the first four innings. She allowed only two runs on four hits up to that point, before Florida State scored five times in the fifth inning the break open the game. O'Hara and junior Mary Dombrowski each finished the game 2-for-3, accounting for four of SU's seven hits, with O'Hara scoring the run. It was only the fourth time in 34 appearances this season and just the 11th time in 85 career appearances that Waldrop surrendered at least seven hits in a game. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin pitched well in relief, giving up no runs and two hits after entering the game in the fifth with bases loaded and no outs. Syracuse showed early it could hit Waldrop, registering a base knock in four of the first five frames against the righty, with batters reaching base in all five innings. However, the Orange was unable to bring any of those runners in to score. Florida State broke the scoreless tie in the bottom of the second to take a 1-0 lead. Clermont retired the first batter she faced, but the next three batters all reached base. Alex Kossoff singled and a walk put two on for Briana Hamilton, who drove in Kossoff with a single through the left side. Hamilton was back at it in fourth, this time hitting a two-out homer that just cleared the wall in left to make it 2-0. In the fifth, SU put the leadoff runner on for the second inning in a row following a single by Dombrowski, but a pair of fielder's choice groundouts and a caught stealing ended the frame. The 'Noles broke open the contest with five runs in the home half of the inning, but two great diving plays by junior Julie Wambold at second allowed Syracuse to extend the game. The first seven batters got on base, bringing in five runs. After a walk to Maddie O'Brien, Kelly Hensley belted a two-run shot to right center to extend the lead to 4-0. Victoria East singled, stole second and came around to score on Alex Powers' single to center. A single and walk brought up Hamilton, who tallied her third hit on a single up the middle, driving in two more that widened the margin to 7-0. With the game-ending run on second, Larkin buckled down and got three of the next four batters to record outs at second. The first moved the winning run up to third, but Wambold made a pair of diving plays, ranging each way, to keep the game going. SU pushed across a run in the seventh for the final score of 7-1 following three straight singles by O'Hara, sophomore Danielle Chitkowski and Dombrowski, with O'Hara coming in to score on Dombrowski's hit. Waldrop took the win in the first game, improving to 28-4 on the season while Clermont (4-5) suffered the loss. Just like the first game, Syracuse kept it close through the first four innings, entering the bottom of the fifth trailing only 2-0. But a three-run homer by Courtney Senas in the fifth gave the Seminoles more than enough breathing room. O'Hara picked up right where she left off in the second game, going a perfect 3-for-3 to raise her batting average to .352 on the season. O'Hara, who is batting .452 in 20 ACC games, is hitting .704 (19-27) in her last seven games with six multi-hit games, including three four-hit contests. She also pitched, tossing her 11th complete game of the season, allowing five runs on six hits. Freshman Alyssa Dewes doubled and senior Jasmine Watson had a single, finishing off her day 2-for-6. The Orange matched each of the Seminoles' hits in the nightcap as both teams tallied six apiece, but once again failed to capitalize with runners on base. Florida State took advantage of its chances though. In the first inning, Hensley doubled in O'Brien, who walked, with a two-out drive to right center. Hensley then came around to score on the next play when East singled to right center and set the score at 2-0. The score remained that way until the fifth inning. O'Hara settled down after the first inning and went on to retire 10 of the next 12 batters she faced, striking out three of them. Syracuse put runners on in the second through fifth innings, bringing up the tying run each time. However, Jessica Burroughs was able to retire the next batter the first three times to limit any damage. O'Hara led off the fifth with a single, but couldn't move up on the base paths and was stranded on first. In the bottom of the inning the Seminoles struck for three runs to cap the scoring. Hamilton and O'Brien both walked to get things started and two batters later Senas went yard to right center. The teams will play a final game on Sunday, April 20 at 3 p.m. that will be televised on ESPNU.

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2014-04-19 Wayne State (Michigan)
Ashland
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Wayne State (Michigan)
Ashland
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Michigan
Minnesota
3
1
7 Innings [Read More]
The win was Michigan's 1,500th in program history.
2014-04-19 North Carolina State
Boston College
6
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Kentucky
Arkansas
7
5
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Metropolitan State
Colorado School of Mines
9
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-19 Purdue
Illinois
1
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Lilly Fecho issued 7 Ks and Ashley Burkhardt scored the game winner on a solo home run in the second.

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2014-04-19 CSU Bakersfield
Seattle
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-19 CSU Bakersfield
Seattle
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Wheaton (Ill.)
Millikin
7
6
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Wheaton (Ill.)
Millikin
3
1
10 Innings
2014-04-19 Eastern Illinois
Tennessee State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Eastern Illinois
Tennessee State
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Harding
Ouachita Baptist
9
1
6 Innings
2014-04-19 Harding
Ouachita Baptist
6
5
8 Innings
2014-04-19 Pacific (California)
St. Mary's (California)
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Pacific (California)
St. Joseph's
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Metropolitan State
Colorado School of Mines
6
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-19 Mary
Minnesota-Duluth
9
7
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Minnesota-Duluth
Mary
4
2
8 Innings
2014-04-19 CSU Bakersfield
Seattle
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Coe
Buena Vista
7
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
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Coe sophomore Arran Weeces throws a perfect game with 14 strikeouts.
2014-04-19 Coe
Buena Vista
7
3
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Iowa
Michigan State
5
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Holly Hoffman was a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Iowa

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2014-04-19 Michigan State
Iowa
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-19 UCLA
Oregon State
10
8
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Montclair State
Kean
4
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Kean
Montclair State
2
1
9 Innings
2014-04-19 Notre Dame
Virginia
15
8
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Alverno
Edgewood
6
5
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Edgewood
Alverno
4
3
8 Innings
2014-04-19 Oregon
California
7
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Oregon sweeps Cal, improves to 14-1 in Pac-12 play.
2014-04-19 Detroit
Illinois-Chicago
9
6
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Coastal Carolina
Longwood
8
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Coastal Carolina hit five home runs, including back-to-back by Morgan Noad and Amanda Daneker in two different innings.
2014-04-19 Texas Tech
Kansas
1
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-19 Ferris State
Tiffin
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-19 UC Santa Barbara
UC Davis
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Pacific (California)
St. Mary's (California)
6
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Dani Bonnet CG, seven hitter.
2014-04-19 South Florida
Houston
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-19 St. Joseph's
George Washington
7
5
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Pennsylvania
Princeton
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-19 St. Joseph's
George Washington
11
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-04-19 Pennsylvania
Princeton
11
1
6 Innings
2014-04-19 Northwestern
Indiana
4
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-19 South Florida
Houston
5
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Sara Nevins sets USF career wins record (93).

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2014-04-19 Tiffin
Ferris State
7
2
7 Innings
2014-04-19 DePaul
Creighton
8
4
7 Innings
2014-04-19 Lewis
Drury
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-19 UMBC
Massachusetts-Lowel
6
2
7 Innings [Read More]
UMBC sweeps UML
2014-04-19 Memphis
Rutgers
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Cal State Chico
Sonoma State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Cal State Chico
Sonoma State
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 South Alabama
Georgia State
8
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 William Paterson
Rutgers-Camden
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-18 William Paterson
Rutgers-Camden
6
2
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Grand Canyon
New Mexico State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Grand Canyon
New Mexico State
7
1
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Minnesota State Mankato
Wayne State (Nebraska)
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-18 Minnesota State Mankato
Wayne State (Nebraska)
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-18 West Florida
West Alabama
8
7
7 Innings
2014-04-18 West Florida
West Alabama
7
6
7 Innings
2014-04-18 UAB
Charlotte
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-18 UAB
Charlotte
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-18 Alabama-Huntsville
Union (TN)
8
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 North Georgia
GRU Augusta
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Flagler
Georgia College
6
4
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Incarnate Word
Northwestern State
8
7
9 Innings
2014-04-18 Northwestern State
Incarnate Word
8
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Madonna
Bluffton
8
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 Madonna
Bluffton
6
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 Harding
Ouachita Baptist
6
1
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Ouachita Baptist
Harding
1
0
9 Innings
2014-04-18 UC Santa Barbara
UC Davis
9
2
7 Innings
2014-04-18 UC Davis
UC Santa Barbara
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Colorado Christian
Regis (Colorado)
9
1
6 Innings
2014-04-18 Colorado Christian
Regis (Colorado)
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 McNeese State
Nicholls State
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 UCLA
Oregon State
9
1
6 Innings
2014-04-18 Nova Southeastern
Florida Tech
2
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 Nova Southeastern
Florida Tech
7
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 Texas Tech
Kansas
9
7
9 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 Boston College
North Carolina State
6
2
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Boston College
North Carolina State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Alabama
North Carolina
4
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Record setting crowd at UNC's Anderson Stadium - 2,048 fans (previous attendance record was 1,250).
2014-04-18 Illinois-Chicago
Detroit
7
6
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Illinois-Chicago
Detroit
6
3
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Washington (Mo.)
Millikin
12
5
7 Innings
2014-04-18 California (Pennsylvania)
Gannon
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-18 California (Pennsylvania)
Gannon
6
4
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Washington (Mo.)
Millikin
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Minnesota-Duluth
Minot State
7
2
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Minnesota-Duluth
Minot State
6
3
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Oregon
California
15
3
5 Innings [Read More]
Correction from previous entry.
2014-04-18 Oregon
California
15
2
5 Innings [Read More]
Oregon scored all 15 runs in the fourth inning on 12 hits, including three home runs.
2014-04-18 Colorado School of Mines
Metropolitan State
9
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 East Carolina
Elon
6
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Kentucky
Arkansas
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Minnesota
Michigan
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Wayne State (Michigan)
Malone
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Wayne State (Michigan)
Malone
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Wisconsin-Stevens Point
8
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Wisconsin-Stevens Point
7
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 Metropolitan State
Colorado School of Mines
12
4
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 Northwestern
Indiana
8
0
6 Innings [Read More]
Marisa Bast joins Northwestern's prestigious "Roof Club" with a home run onto the top of the McGaw Hall Basketball Arena adjacent to left field at NU's Sharon J. Drysdale Field.

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2014-04-18 South Florida
Houston
6
5
7 Innings
2014-04-18 South Florida
Houston
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-18 East Carolina
Elon
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Notre Dame
Virginia
12
1
5 Innings
2014-04-18 Notre Dame
Virginia
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-18 South Florida
Houston
4
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Sara Nevins ties USF career wins record (90).

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2014-04-18 Grand Valley State
Tiffin
3
1
10 Innings
2014-04-18 St. Mary's (California)
Pacific (California)
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Coastal Carolina
Longwood
3
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Sara Rasley hit two-run, walk-off home run in 7th inning.
2014-04-18 Coastal Carolina
Longwood
4
1
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Seattle
CSU Bakersfield
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Seattle
CSU Bakersfield
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Purdue
Illinois
11
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Purdue had 14 hits, seven for extra bases.

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2014-04-18 UMBC
Massachusetts-Lowel
7
5
7 Innings [Read More]
UML grand slam. UMBC walk-off HR from O'Malley.
2014-04-18 Norfolk State
Delaware State
3
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-18 Delaware State
Norfolk State
9
0
5 Innings
2014-04-18 DePaul
Creighton
7
3
7 Innings
2014-04-18 DePaul
Creighton
6
4
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Rowan
Rutgers-Newark
13
3
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Rowan
Rutgers-Newark
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Eastern Illinois
Belmont
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Eastern Illinois
Belmont
11
2
5 Innings
2014-04-18 Grand Valley State
Tiffin
6
3
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Rutgers
Memphis
14
2
5 Innings
2014-04-18 Rutgers
Memphis
3
1
8 Innings [Read More]
Junior Chandler Howard hit a walk-off home run - her first of two on the day - in the bottom of the eighth inning to seal the win.
2014-04-18 South Florida
Houston
6
5
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Lewis
Missouri Science & Technology
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Missouri Science & Technology
Lewis
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-18 UMBC
Massachusetts-Lowel
10
2
6 Innings
2014-04-18 North Georgia
GRU Augusta
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Harvard
Princeton
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-18 Texas A&M-International
St. Mary's (Texas)
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-17 Dixie State
Southern Utah
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-17 Spalding
Fontbonne
5
4
8 Innings
2014-04-17 Fontbonne
Spalding
3
2
9 Innings
2014-04-17 Ferris State
Ohio Dominican
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-17 Ohio Dominican
Ferris State
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-17 Harvard
Princeton
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-17 Millersville
West Chester
5
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-17 Millersville
West Chester
2
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-17 Rollins
Palm Beach Atlantic
1
0
9 Innings
2014-04-17 Palm Beach Atlantic
Rollins
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-17 UCLA
Oregon State
8
4
7 Innings
2014-04-17 Texas Tech
Kansas
7
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-17 Oregon
California
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-17 Syracuse
Colgate
11
1
7 Innings [Read More]
HAMILTON, N.Y. – Freshman Christina Clermont had the Colgate hitters swinging and missing all day, as she recorded her first career complete game in an 11-1 win for Syracuse on Thursday, April 17. Clermont struck out a personal-best 12 batters, surpassing her former mark of eight and allowed just one run on four hits. She became the eighth pitcher in school history to record at least 12 strikeouts in a game, joining classmate Sydney O'Hara who accomplished this season as well. Syracuse (20-19, 10-8 ACC) has now won seven of its last eight games and 15-of-21 to get above .500 for the first time since sitting at 4-3 on Feb. 21. Colgate (9-21) dropped its second game in a row after winning four-of-five. Freshman Nicole Lundstrom finished 2-for-4 with a home run and matched a career high with four runs batted in and scored three times. It was her 14th multi-hit game of the campaign. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne was 3-for-5 with a homer and two RBIs and senior Shirley Daniels reached base all four times, going 2-for-2 with a home run, two RBIs and three runs scored. Daniels now has a multi-hit game in her last five contests. Daniels wasted no time putting a run on the scoreboard for Syracuse, leading off with a home run five pitches into the game for her first career leadoff blast. Two batters later, Ozanne followed with her third long ball in the past two days, making it 2-0 after one inning. The next inning, Syracuse plated two more runs on Daniels' bloop single with the bases loaded that drove in a run and Lundstrom's RBI groundout. Lundstrom was back at it again in the fourth, crushing a two-run homer to extend the Orange lead to 6-0. After failing to score a run in the fifth, SU added another two runs in the sixth for an 8-0 advantage. Sophomore Riley Johnson scored on an error after reaching base on a pinch hit single and a two-out single by O'Hara drove in Lundstrom. Prior to Syracuse's offensive output, Clermont was wheeling and dealing, striking out seven batters in a row from the first to third innings. She didn't allow her first hit until a two-out double by Katie Bushee in the third. In just the fourth frame, Clermont tied her career high in strikeouts and reached 11 by the fifth after striking out the side. The first, and only run came off the bat of Bushee as she started off the sixth with a solo shot. SU capped the scoring with three more runs in the final inning for the final tally of 11-1. With one out and runners on second and third, Lundstrom singled to center to plate freshman Kristina Kinsey, who walked in her first collegiate plate appearance. Ozanne followed with a double to left center that brought in Daniels and Lundstrom rounded out the scoring by crossing the plate on a wild pitch. Syracuse faces its toughest challenge to date this weekend, a three-game series at nationally-ranked No. 9/8 Florida State. The set, which will begin with a doubleheader on Saturday, April 19 at 5 p.m. and end Sunday, April 20 at 3 p.m., will be featured on the ESPN family of networks. Saturday's games will be streamed on ESPN3 with the finale taking place on ESPNU.

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2014-04-17 Cedarville
Ursuline
6
2
7 Innings
2014-04-17 Rowan
College of New Jersey
2
1
9 Innings
2014-04-17 William Paterson
Kean
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-17 William Paterson
Kean
8
4
7 Innings
2014-04-17 St. Mary's (Texas)
Texas A&M-International
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-17 Caldwell
Concordia (New York)
12
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-17 Caldwell
Concordia (New York)
9
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-17 Cedarville
Ursuline
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-17 Rowan
College of New Jersey
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-16 Georgia State
Jacksonville State
10
6
7 Innings [Read More]
Georgia State hit four home runs in the top of the seventh inning to break the GSU single-season school record with 48 home runs this season. Previous record was 47. Second time this season that the Panthers have hit four homers in a game.

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2014-04-16 Ohio Dominican
Northwood (Mich.)
7
6
7 Innings
2014-04-16 Northwood (Mich.)
Ohio Dominican
6
4
7 Innings
2014-04-16 North Georgia
Alabama-Huntsville
7
4
7 Innings
2014-04-16 Alabama-Huntsville
North Georgia
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-16 Incarnate Word
Prairie View A&M
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-16 Incarnate Word
Prairie View A&M
10
4
7 Innings
2014-04-16 Bluffton
Manchester
10
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-16 Bluffton
Manchester
9
6
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-16 Northwestern
Loyola (Illinois)
8
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
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2014-04-16 North Georgia
Alabama-Huntsville
7
4
7 Innings
2014-04-16 Alabama-Huntsville
North Georgia
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-16 North Georgia
Alabama-Huntsville
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-16 George Mason
Coppin State
12
2
5 Innings
2014-04-16 George Mason
Coppin State
13
0
5 Innings
2014-04-16 North Carolina State
North Carolina-Wilmington
9
1
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-16 North Carolina State
North Carolina-Wilmington
5
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Junior Emily Weiman threw her 11th complete game shutout of the season and tied her career high with 12 strikeouts

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2014-04-16 Syracuse
Boston College
13
12
7 Innings [Read More]
SYRACUSE, N.Y, - Down to its final strike on three occasions, the Syracuse softball team rallied to score three runs in the bottom of the seventh and won the nightcap 13-12 after falling to Boston College 2-0 in the opener on Wednesday, April 16 at the SU Softball Stadium. The Orange (19-19, 10-8 ACC) entered the final inning trailing 12-10 after leading 9-3 in through the third inning. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne started the comeback by drawing a two-out, full-count walk and scored all the way from first on a double to right center by Jasmine Watson to make it a one-run game. Junior Julie Wambold drove in pinch runner sophomore Riley Johnson on a single that knotted the score at 12-12 and advanced to second on the throw home. That brought up freshman Sydney O'Hara, who smacked a single back up the middle to plate Wambold for her first career walk-off hit. Syracuse held leads of 3-0 and 9-3 when eight unanswered runs by the Eagles (23-18, 7-10 ACC) in the fourth through sixth innings gave Boston College an 11-9 lead. The teams traded runs in each of their respective half innings before the Orange rally in the final inning. In the opener pitching was the dominant factor as the Eagles shutout the Orange 2-0. Six Syracuse players recorded multi-hit games in the night affair – accounting for all18 hits, which matched a season-high for the third time this campaign and finished just one off a program-record. The Orange also had 18 hits at Pittsburgh on April 13 most recently. Wambold and O'Hara each finished the second game 4-for-5. Wambold, who doubled, drove in a run and scored three, had her second four-hit game of the season. For O'Hara, it was the third time in the last four contests that she produced four hits. She doubled twice, bringing her season total to 13, which is tied for fifth most in a single-season at SU. In addition to her strong hitting performance, O'Hara also earned the win in relief, improving to 13-8 after entering the game in the fifth. Ozanne posted a season-high five runs batted in, going 3-for-4 with two home runs and three runs scored. It was the second time this year Ozanne registered a multi-homer game and the third time in her career. She is just one of four players to have at least three career multi-homer games and one of three to half two in the same season. The 18th career homer also moves her into 10th all-time at Syracuse. Watson notched three hits, including a solo shot, while senior Shirley Daniels and sophomore Danielle Chitkowski both had two. Watson now has 12 blasts on the season, a career-high and good for third most in a single-season at SU. SU jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the second game on five hits in the opening inning. After a leadoff single by Daniels, Ozanne crushed a two-run homer to put SU on the scoreboard. Wambold, O'Hara and Chitkowski all followed with singles as Wambold came in to score on Chitkowski's base knock. Boston College came back to tie the game with a run in the second on a Weed solo shot and added two more runs in the third on four singles. It started with a hit by Tatiana Cortez, who went to second on a sacrifice bunt. A single by Megan Cooley put runners at the corners and Cortez crossed the plate on a single by Nicole D'Argento. Tory Speer capped the scoring in the inning on another single for the Eagles. In the bottom half of the frame, Syracuse exploded for six runs to break the tie and go up 9-3. Ozanne smashed her second homer of the game and Watson made it back-to-back jacks for a 5-3 lead. Consecutive doubles by Wambold and O'Hara brought in another run. The Orange loaded the bases and freshman Alyssa Dewes hit a sacrifice fly to left that scored O'Hara. Upon loading the bases again, Ozanne dropped in a bloop single down the right field line for her second hit of the inning that plated two more. Over the next three innings, the Eagles came all the way back and took the lead with eight straight runs, starting with a five-run fourth to get within 9-8. Boston College put a runner on every base following singles by Weed and Cortez and a walk. Cooley then walked, scoring a run, D'Argento hit an RBI single and Speer crushed a two-run double to right center. With a pair of runners in scoring position, a wild pitch allowed D'Argento to scoot home. BC wasn't done there, though, pushing across one in the fifth on an RBI single by Cooley to even the score and two more on a double by Cortez the next inning to take its first lead of the second game. Syracuse was able to get one back in the home half of the sixth on O'Hara's one-out double to left center to close the gap to 11-10. SU eventually loaded the bases in the inning and had the go-ahead run on second, but D'Argento picked up a strikeout to end the threat. In the top of the seventh, Boston College plated what looked to be an insurance run at the time and make it a two-run ball game again when Jessie Daulton singled up the middle to drive in Speer. D'Argento (14-12) trotted back out for the final inning and retired the first two batters before issuing the full count walk to Ozanne and three straight hits that brought the winning run in for the Orange. The teams combined for 25 runs and 34 hits, both the most since 31 runs scored on 35 hits in a 16-15 loss to Seton Hall last year on April 20. In game one, Boston College scored twice in the fourth, giving D'Argento all the help she would need to toss her fourth shutout of the season. Daniels finished 2-for-3 with her third triple of the year, which is tied for fifth in a single-season at SU. Watson and freshman Nicole Lundstrom both had singles. For Lundstrom, she has reached base safely in 31-of-38 games this season. Despite taking the loss, O'Hara had a solid outing, allowing two runs on four hits in her 10th complete game effort of the season. Syracuse looked to get things going in the first inning with a runner on second after Lundstrom singled and moved up on a balk. On the next pitch, Watson drove a single through the right side and Lundstrom attempted to score, but was thrown out by right fielder Taylor Coroneos at the plate to end the inning. The Orange found itself in a similar situation two innings later when Dewes was hit by a pitch and stole second to get into scoring position. Daniels laced a single through the right side and Coroneos came up firing once again, this time gunning Dewes out at home to save another run. That proved to be crucial in a game where runs were limited for both teams. O'Hara quickly retired the first two batters of the fourth, however the next five all reached base, with two coming in to score to give the Eagles a 2-0 lead. Alana DiMaso started things off with a double down the left field line to break up O'Hara's no-hitter, and scored on Daulton's single up the middle. Weed followed with a double to the left center gap that brought in Daulton all the way from first and make it 2-0. BC looked to add more after a walk and hit by pitch loaded the bases, but O'Hara pitcher her way out of the jam by striking out her fourth batter of the day. Over the final three and a half innings the teams combined for just two hits - one apiece - as both pitchers stifled the opposition. O'Hara retired 10 of the final 12 batters she faced while D'Argento had sat down eight in a row before getting into some trouble. Daniels tripled to straight away center and following an out, Ozanne walked to put the tying run on first and go-ahead run up to bat. Watson was able to get ahold of one pitch but left fielder Annie Sommers made a diving catch by the warning track in foul territory to get the Eagles out of the frame. D'Argento came back out to pitch a perfect seventh to close out what she started. The Orange has a quick turnaround and will make the short trip to Colgate for a 5 p.m. game on Thursday, April 17.

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2014-04-16 St. Mary's (Texas)
Texas A&M-International
2
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Taylor Vidrine drove in winning run in bottom of the seventh as she was hit by pitch with the bases loaded.
2014-04-16 Syracuse
Boston College
13
12
7 Innings [Read More]
SYRACUSE, N.Y, - Down to its final strike on three occasions, the Syracuse softball team rallied to score three runs in the bottom of the seventh and won the nightcap 13-12 after falling to Boston College 2-0 in the opener on Wednesday, April 16 at the SU Softball Stadium. The Orange (19-19, 10-8 ACC) entered the final inning trailing 12-10 after leading 9-3 in through the third inning. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne started the comeback by drawing a two-out, full-count walk and scored all the way from first on a double to right center by Jasmine Watson to make it a one-run game. Junior Julie Wambold drove in pinch runner sophomore Riley Johnson on a single that knotted the score at 12-12 and advanced to second on the throw home. That brought up freshman Sydney O'Hara, who smacked a single back up the middle to plate Wambold for her first career walk-off hit. Syracuse held leads of 3-0 and 9-3 when eight unanswered runs by the Eagles (23-18, 7-10 ACC) in the fourth through sixth innings gave Boston College an 11-9 lead. The teams traded runs in each of their respective half innings before the Orange rally in the final inning. In the opener pitching was the dominant factor as the Eagles shutout the Orange 2-0. Six Syracuse players recorded multi-hit games in the night affair – accounting for all18 hits, which matched a season-high for the third time this campaign and finished just one off a program-record. The Orange also had 18 hits at Pittsburgh on April 13 most recently. Wambold and O'Hara each finished the second game 4-for-5. Wambold, who doubled, drove in a run and scored three, had her second four-hit game of the season. For O'Hara, it was the third time in the last four contests that she produced four hits. She doubled twice, bringing her season total to 13, which is tied for fifth most in a single-season at SU. In addition to her strong hitting performance, O'Hara also earned the win in relief, improving to 13-8 after entering the game in the fifth. Ozanne posted a season-high five runs batted in, going 3-for-4 with two home runs and three runs scored. It was the second time this year Ozanne registered a multi-homer game and the third time in her career. She is just one of four players to have at least three career multi-homer games and one of three to half two in the same season. The 18th career homer also moves her into 10th all-time at Syracuse. Watson notched three hits, including a solo shot, while senior Shirley Daniels and sophomore Danielle Chitkowski both had two. Watson now has 12 blasts on the season, a career-high and good for third most in a single-season at SU. SU jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the second game on five hits in the opening inning. After a leadoff single by Daniels, Ozanne crushed a two-run homer to put SU on the scoreboard. Wambold, O'Hara and Chitkowski all followed with singles as Wambold came in to score on Chitkowski's base knock. Boston College came back to tie the game with a run in the second on a Weed solo shot and added two more runs in the third on four singles. It started with a hit by Tatiana Cortez, who went to second on a sacrifice bunt. A single by Megan Cooley put runners at the corners and Cortez crossed the plate on a single by Nicole D'Argento. Tory Speer capped the scoring in the inning on another single for the Eagles. In the bottom half of the frame, Syracuse exploded for six runs to break the tie and go up 9-3. Ozanne smashed her second homer of the game and Watson made it back-to-back jacks for a 5-3 lead. Consecutive doubles by Wambold and O'Hara brought in another run. The Orange loaded the bases and freshman Alyssa Dewes hit a sacrifice fly to left that scored O'Hara. Upon loading the bases again, Ozanne dropped in a bloop single down the right field line for her second hit of the inning that plated two more. Over the next three innings, the Eagles came all the way back and took the lead with eight straight runs, starting with a five-run fourth to get within 9-8. Boston College put a runner on every base following singles by Weed and Cortez and a walk. Cooley then walked, scoring a run, D'Argento hit an RBI single and Speer crushed a two-run double to right center. With a pair of runners in scoring position, a wild pitch allowed D'Argento to scoot home. BC wasn't done there, though, pushing across one in the fifth on an RBI single by Cooley to even the score and two more on a double by Cortez the next inning to take its first lead of the second game. Syracuse was able to get one back in the home half of the sixth on O'Hara's one-out double to left center to close the gap to 11-10. SU eventually loaded the bases in the inning and had the go-ahead run on second, but D'Argento picked up a strikeout to end the threat. In the top of the seventh, Boston College plated what looked to be an insurance run at the time and make it a two-run ball game again when Jessie Daulton singled up the middle to drive in Speer. D'Argento (14-12) trotted back out for the final inning and retired the first two batters before issuing the full count walk to Ozanne and three straight hits that brought the winning run in for the Orange. The teams combined for 25 runs and 34 hits, both the most since 31 runs scored on 35 hits in a 16-15 loss to Seton Hall last year on April 20. In game one, Boston College scored twice in the fourth, giving D'Argento all the help she would need to toss her fourth shutout of the season. Daniels finished 2-for-3 with her third triple of the year, which is tied for fifth in a single-season at SU. Watson and freshman Nicole Lundstrom both had singles. For Lundstrom, she has reached base safely in 31-of-38 games this season. Despite taking the loss, O'Hara had a solid outing, allowing two runs on four hits in her 10th complete game effort of the season. Syracuse looked to get things going in the first inning with a runner on second after Lundstrom singled and moved up on a balk. On the next pitch, Watson drove a single through the right side and Lundstrom attempted to score, but was thrown out by right fielder Taylor Coroneos at the plate to end the inning. The Orange found itself in a similar situation two innings later when Dewes was hit by a pitch and stole second to get into scoring position. Daniels laced a single through the right side and Coroneos came up firing once again, this time gunning Dewes out at home to save another run. That proved to be crucial in a game where runs were limited for both teams. O'Hara quickly retired the first two batters of the fourth, however the next five all reached base, with two coming in to score to give the Eagles a 2-0 lead. Alana DiMaso started things off with a double down the left field line to break up O'Hara's no-hitter, and scored on Daulton's single up the middle. Weed followed with a double to the left center gap that brought in Daulton all the way from first and make it 2-0. BC looked to add more after a walk and hit by pitch loaded the bases, but O'Hara pitcher her way out of the jam by striking out her fourth batter of the day. Over the final three and a half innings the teams combined for just two hits - one apiece - as both pitchers stifled the opposition. O'Hara retired 10 of the final 12 batters she faced while D'Argento had sat down eight in a row before getting into some trouble. Daniels tripled to straight away center and following an out, Ozanne walked to put the tying run on first and go-ahead run up to bat. Watson was able to get ahold of one pitch but left fielder Annie Sommers made a diving catch by the warning track in foul territory to get the Eagles out of the frame. D'Argento came back out to pitch a perfect seventh to close out what she started. The Orange has a quick turnaround and will make the short trip to Colgate for a 5 p.m. game on Thursday, April 17.

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SYRACUSE, N.Y, - Down to its final strike on three occasions, the Syracuse softball team rallied to score three runs in the bottom of the seventh and won the nightcap 13-12 after falling to Boston College 2-0 in the opener on Wednesday, April 16 at the SU Softball Stadium. The Orange (19-19, 10-8 ACC) entered the final inning trailing 12-10 after leading 9-3 in through the third inning. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne started the comeback by drawing a two-out, full-count walk and scored all the way from first on a double to right center by Jasmine Watson to make it a one-run game. Junior Julie Wambold drove in pinch runner sophomore Riley Johnson on a single that knotted the score at 12-12 and advanced to second on the throw home. That brought up freshman Sydney O'Hara, who smacked a single back up the middle to plate Wambold for her first career walk-off hit. Syracuse held leads of 3-0 and 9-3 when eight unanswered runs by the Eagles (23-18, 7-10 ACC) in the fourth through sixth innings gave Boston College an 11-9 lead. The teams traded runs in each of their respective half innings before the Orange rally in the final inning. In the opener pitching was the dominant factor as the Eagles shutout the Orange 2-0. Six Syracuse players recorded multi-hit games in the night affair – accounting for all18 hits, which matched a season-high for the third time this campaign and finished just one off a program-record. The Orange also had 18 hits at Pittsburgh on April 13 most recently. Wambold and O'Hara each finished the second game 4-for-5. Wambold, who doubled, drove in a run and scored three, had her second four-hit game of the season. For O'Hara, it was the third time in the last four contests that she produced four hits. She doubled twice, bringing her season total to 13, which is tied for fifth most in a single-season at SU. In addition to her strong hitting performance, O'Hara also earned the win in relief, improving to 13-8 after entering the game in the fifth. Ozanne posted a season-high five runs batted in, going 3-for-4 with two home runs and three runs scored. It was the second time this year Ozanne registered a multi-homer game and the third time in her career. She is just one of four players to have at least three career multi-homer games and one of three to half two in the same season. The 18th career homer also moves her into 10th all-time at Syracuse. Watson notched three hits, including a solo shot, while senior Shirley Daniels and sophomore Danielle Chitkowski both had two. Watson now has 12 blasts on the season, a career-high and good for third most in a single-season at SU. SU jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the second game on five hits in the opening inning. After a leadoff single by Daniels, Ozanne crushed a two-run homer to put SU on the scoreboard. Wambold, O'Hara and Chitkowski all followed with singles as Wambold came in to score on Chitkowski's base knock. Boston College came back to tie the game with a run in the second on a Weed solo shot and added two more runs in the third on four singles. It started with a hit by Tatiana Cortez, who went to second on a sacrifice bunt. A single by Megan Cooley put runners at the corners and Cortez crossed the plate on a single by Nicole D'Argento. Tory Speer capped the scoring in the inning on another single for the Eagles. In the bottom half of the frame, Syracuse exploded for six runs to break the tie and go up 9-3. Ozanne smashed her second homer of the game and Watson made it back-to-back jacks for a 5-3 lead. Consecutive doubles by Wambold and O'Hara brought in another run. The Orange loaded the bases and freshman Alyssa Dewes hit a sacrifice fly to left that scored O'Hara. Upon loading the bases again, Ozanne dropped in a bloop single down the right field line for her second hit of the inning that plated two more. Over the next three innings, the Eagles came all the way back and took the lead with eight straight runs, starting with a five-run fourth to get within 9-8. Boston College put a runner on every base following singles by Weed and Cortez and a walk. Cooley then walked, scoring a run, D'Argento hit an RBI single and Speer crushed a two-run double to right center. With a pair of runners in scoring position, a wild pitch allowed D'Argento to scoot home. BC wasn't done there, though, pushing across one in the fifth on an RBI single by Cooley to even the score and two more on a double by Cortez the next inning to take its first lead of the second game. Syracuse was able to get one back in the home half of the sixth on O'Hara's one-out double to left center to close the gap to 11-10. SU eventually loaded the bases in the inning and had the go-ahead run on second, but D'Argento picked up a strikeout to end the threat. In the top of the seventh, Boston College plated what looked to be an insurance run at the time and make it a two-run ball game again when Jessie Daulton singled up the middle to drive in Speer. D'Argento (14-12) trotted back out for the final inning and retired the first two batters before issuing the full count walk to Ozanne and three straight hits that brought the winning run in for the Orange. The teams combined for 25 runs and 34 hits, both the most since 31 runs scored on 35 hits in a 16-15 loss to Seton Hall last year on April 20. In game one, Boston College scored twice in the fourth, giving D'Argento all the help she would need to toss her fourth shutout of the season. Daniels finished 2-for-3 with her third triple of the year, which is tied for fifth in a single-season at SU. Watson and freshman Nicole Lundstrom both had singles. For Lundstrom, she has reached base safely in 31-of-38 games this season. Despite taking the loss, O'Hara had a solid outing, allowing two runs on four hits in her 10th complete game effort of the season. Syracuse looked to get things going in the first inning with a runner on second after Lundstrom singled and moved up on a balk. On the next pitch, Watson drove a single through the right side and Lundstrom attempted to score, but was thrown out by right fielder Taylor Coroneos at the plate to end the inning. The Orange found itself in a similar situation two innings later when Dewes was hit by a pitch and stole second to get into scoring position. Daniels laced a single through the right side and Coroneos came up firing once again, this time gunning Dewes out at home to save another run. That proved to be crucial in a game where runs were limited for both teams. O'Hara quickly retired the first two batters of the fourth, however the next five all reached base, with two coming in to score to give the Eagles a 2-0 lead. Alana DiMaso started things off with a double down the left field line to break up O'Hara's no-hitter, and scored on Daulton's single up the middle. Weed followed with a double to the left center gap that brought in Daulton all the way from first and make it 2-0. BC looked to add more after a walk and hit by pitch loaded the bases, but O'Hara pitcher her way out of the jam by striking out her fourth batter of the day. Over the final three and a half innings the teams combined for just two hits - one apiece - as both pitchers stifled the opposition. O'Hara retired 10 of the final 12 batters she faced while D'Argento had sat down eight in a row before getting into some trouble. Daniels tripled to straight away center and following an out, Ozanne walked to put the tying run on first and go-ahead run up to bat. Watson was able to get ahold of one pitch but left fielder Annie Sommers made a diving catch by the warning track in foul territory to get the Eagles out of the frame. D'Argento came back out to pitch a perfect seventh to close out what she started. The Orange has a quick turnaround and will make the short trip to Colgate for a 5 p.m. game on Thursday, April 17.

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Lamar
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2
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George Washington
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3
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Hampton
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4
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Missouri
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9
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Iowa swept #13 Missouri with a 13-9 game two win in doubleheader action. Kaitlyn Mullarkey hit her first career home run and Whitney Repole hit her third career home run and the second of the 2014 season. Iowa recorded 15 total hits, one shy of its season high of 16 and scored a season-high 13 runs.

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2
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2
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Marian (Wis.)
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5
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3
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Mercyhurst
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3
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Mercyhurst
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1
5 Innings
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Charleston Southern
7
2
7 Innings
2014-04-16 DePaul
Illinois
5
3
7 Innings
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Ohio Valley
14
0
5 Innings
2014-04-16 Coe
Westminster (Mo.)
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1
7 Innings
2014-04-16 Coe
Westminster (Mo.)
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2
7 Innings
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Liberty
11
0
5 Innings
2014-04-16 Tiffin
Ohio Valley
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-16 James Madison
North Carolina
5
1
7 Innings
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North Carolina
5
1
7 Innings
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Minnesota State Mankato
10
2
5 Innings
2014-04-15 Winona State
Minnesota State Mankato
2
1
8 Innings
2014-04-15 Georgia College
Lander
9
0
5 Innings
2014-04-15 Georgia College
Lander
7
2
7 Innings
2014-04-15 Ole Miss
Alcorn State
13
1
5 Innings
2014-04-15 Ole Miss
Alcorn State
18
5
5 Innings
2014-04-15 Dixie State
Brigham Young-Hawaii
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-15 Dixie State
Brigham Young-Hawaii
7
1
7 Innings
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Oklahoma City
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-15 Oklahoma Baptist
Oklahoma City
5
0
7 Innings
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Alverno
4
2
7 Innings
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Alverno
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-15 UAB
Kennesaw State
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-15 UAB
Kennesaw State
7
1
7 Innings
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Cal State Northridge
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-15 St. Edward's
Oklahoma Panhandle State
4
3
7 Innings
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Illinois-Chicago
5
1
7 Innings
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Brigham Young-Hawaii
2
0
7 Innings
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1
7 Innings
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Princeton
4
3
7 Innings
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1
7 Innings
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Barton
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-13 King (Tennessee)
Barton
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-13 Regis (Mass.)
Daniel Webster
13
0
5 Innings
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Daniel Webster
14
0
5 Innings
2014-04-13 West Alabama
Union (TN)
1
0
7 Innings
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Seton Hill
4
1
7 Innings
2014-04-13 California (Pennsylvania)
Seton Hill
12
0
5 Innings
2014-04-13 Georgia State
Texas State
3
2
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6
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6
5
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Georgia Southwestern State
5
0
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Georgia Southwestern State
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1
7 Innings
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Minot State
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5
7 Innings
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Minot State
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0
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Concord
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Puget Sound
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George Washington
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3
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St. Bonaventure
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0
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California
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Columbia
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2
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Columbia
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St. Mary's (Texas)
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0
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Notre Dame
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PITTSBURGH, Pa. - All nine Syracuse starters recorded a hit, combining for a season-high 18 base knocks as a team, and the Orange took the final game at Pittsburgh, 12-7, to complete a three-game series sweep on Sunday, April 13. Syracuse's (18-18, 9-7) 18 hits matched a season-best, which was first set at Virginia on March 16 and was one shy of the school record 19, coming against Rutgers in 2011. SU has now won five straight and 13 of its last 18 games to get back to .500 overall on the season. It was also the sixth consecutive victory against Pittsburgh (13-22, 4-12) and 13th in the last 14 tries. A trio of Orange women all finished with three hits or more, including freshmen Nicole Lundstrom and Sydney O'Hara, who each collected four hits apiece – both career-highs. Lundstrom was 4-for-6 with two doubles and a run batted in. O'Hara, who accomplished the feat just a day earlier, went 4-for-5 with a pair of doubles and three RBIs. Junior Mary Dombrowski also had a career day at the plate, reaching base a whopping five times by going 3-for-3 with two walks. She belted her first homer of the season and racked up a career-high four RBIs. Freshman Christina Clermont (3-4) put together a solid outing of relief, grabbing the win with five innings of work and allowing just two unearned runs in the final frame to go along with three strikeouts. The five innings was Clermont's longest outing since lasting 5.2 innings in a no decision against Missouri on Feb. 28. For the third time in as many games Pittsburgh raced out to an early lead, scoring three runs in the first inning courtesy of a three-run homer by Maggie Sevilla after an error and walk put a pair of runners on base. Syracuse countered in the next half inning with four runs on six hits, to go on top 4-3. O'Hara led off the frame with a double and scored on Dombrowski's one-out homer that snuck inside the foul pole in left to put the Orange on the scoreboard and begin a string of five hits in a row. Freshman Alyssa Dewes followed with a two-bagger, senior Shirley Daniels drove her in on a single through the right side and Lundstrom doubled down the right field line, plating Daniels to make it 4-3 in favor of SU. The lead didn't last for long as Kathryn Duran homered with one out to tie things back up at 4-4 in the bottom of the second. Both teams traded scores in the third inning and left the bases loaded, with Syracuse momentarily regaining the lead before the Panthers evened the game in the home half to make it 5-5. Junior Julie Wambold and O'Hara registered back-to-back singles to begin the inning and Wambold came around to touch home on a single up the middle by Dombrowski two batters later. Dewes then drew a walk to put runners on every base, but Savannah King retired the next two batters to work her way out of the jam. Once again, the Syracuse advantage didn't last as Tori Nirschl led off the bottom of the third with a solo shot to set the score at 5-5. An error, a single and a walk loaded the bases for the Panthers with two outs. However, Clermont struck out Kaitlin Manuel to limit Pittsburgh from pushing any more runs across. In the fourth, the Orange went ahead for good at 6-5 following three consecutive singles by O'Hara, sophomore Danielle Chitkowski and Dombrowski. Senior Jasmine Watson walked to begin the frame and infield singles loaded the bases for Dombrowski, who sent a pitch back up the middle for her third hit of the day to drive in pinch runner Alexis Partyka. Syracuse broke open a close one-run game with six runs crossing the plate in the final inning to extend the margin to 12-5. The Orange sent 11 players to bat, the first six reaching base on four hits and two walks, including three doubles. Daniels and Lundstrom each doubled and a walk to sophomore Corinne Ozanne loaded the bases for Watson, who found the right center gap with a two-run single. Wambold walked to put runners on every base again and O'Hara crushed the next pitch for a bases-clearing double to set the score at 11-5. A sacrifice fly by Chitkowski brought in O'Hara for the Orange's final run of the game. Clermont entered the final inning having retired eight straight batters and 10 of 11 before Pittsburgh attempted to rally. The Panthers scored a pair of unearned runs to close the gap to 12-7 and had two runners on base with two outs. However, Clermont settled down to get the final out and earn the win. The Orange return to Syracuse for a midweek doubleheader against conference-foe Boston College on Wednesday, April 16 beginning at 3 p.m.

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6
7 Innings
2014-04-13 Henderson State
Harding
6
5
7 Innings
2014-04-13 Henderson State
Harding
5
2
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2014-04-13 Louisville
Connecticut
9
1
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2014-04-13 Eastern Illinois
Tennessee-Martin
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-13 James Madison
Drexel
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-13 Loyola Marymount
Pacific (California)
3
2
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Cal State Chico
3
2
7 Innings
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Cal State Monterey Bay
5
2
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King (Tennessee)
2
1
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King (Tennessee)
4
0
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2014-04-12 South Carolina-Aiken
Georgia College
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1
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Union (TN)
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Indiana (Pennsylvania)
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1
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Indiana (Pennsylvania)
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2
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Texas State
8
1
7 Innings
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Texas State
10
2
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Cleveland State
6
4
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Cleveland State
Valparaiso
6
4
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Cleveland State
Valparaiso
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Davis and Elkins
Ursuline
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0
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Davis and Elkins
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0
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Ferrum
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Piedmont
Greensboro
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Georgia Tech
North Carolina
9
6
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Georgia Tech
North Carolina
6
2
7 Innings
2014-04-12 East Carolina
Tulsa
10
2
5 Innings
2014-04-12 Tulsa
East Carolina
11
9
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Central Michigan
Kent State
7
2
7 Innings
2014-04-12 La Salle
George Mason
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-12 La Salle
George Mason
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Augustana (South Dakota)
St. Cloud State
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1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-12 Augustana (South Dakota)
St. Cloud State
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0
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2014-04-12 Richard Stockton
William Paterson
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 William Paterson
Richard Stockton
4
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Emporia State
Northeastern State
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Emporia State
Northeastern State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-12 Luther
Coe
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Luther
Coe
8
6
8 Innings
2014-04-12 Pacific (Ore.)
George Fox
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Pacific (Ore.)
George Fox
7
6
7 Innings
2014-04-12 UAB
Southern Mississippi
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Southern Mississippi
UAB
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Concord
Glenville State
6
2
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Concord
Glenville State
12
4
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Lock Haven
Millersville
6
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Millersville
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0
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Adrian
5
0
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2014-04-12 West Chester
Kutztown
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 West Chester
Kutztown
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Youngstown State
Illinois-Chicago
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Youngstown State
Illinois-Chicago
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-12 LIU Post
Mercy
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 LIU Post
Mercy
7
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 South Carolina
Arkansas
7
5
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Florida
North Carolina State
10
0
5 Innings
2014-04-12 Caldwell
Sciences in Philadelphia
11
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
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Sciences in Philadelphia
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0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
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Christian Brothers
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1
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2014-04-12 Syracuse
Pittsburgh
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4
7 Innings [Read More]
PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Syracuse overcame early deficits in both games to sweep Pittsburgh, 5-2 and 11-4, on Saturday, April 12. SU (17-18, 8-7 ACC) has won four straight games and 12 of its last 17, and will look to get back to .500 in the finale with the Panthers (13-21, 4-11 ACC) on Sunday, April 13 at 12 p.m. The Orange found itself in a 2-0 hole through five innings, but scored five runs in the last two innings to complete the comeback in the opener. In game two, Syracuse trailed 3-0 after the first and 4-2 through four innings, but exploded for nine runs in the fifth and sixth to walk away with the victory. In the first game, junior Julie Wambold led the Orange with a 2-for-3 effort, including the game-tying two-run double. Freshman Alyssa Dewes hit the go-ahead two-run homer and sophomore Corinne Ozanne added a single and a run batted in. Freshman pitcher Sydney O'Hara (12-7) gave up two runs, but just one hit in seven innings for her ninth complete game of the season. It was also the fifth time O'Hara surrendered two hits or less in a complete game win. O'Hara cruised through the first three innings, striking out five Panthers and allowing just one batter to reach base on a walk in the first. However, she made one mistake pitch in the fourth that Tori Nirschl capitalized on. O'Hara hit Carly Thea on a 2-2 count to start the frame and two pitches later gave up a two-run blast to Nirschl that traveled over the stands in center. Syracuse looked to rally in the top half of the fifth, placing the first two runners on, but Savannah King (7-14) retired the next three to get out of the inning. King wasn't as lucky in the sixth though, with the Orange plating a pair of runs to tie the game 2-2. Syracuse loaded the bases with two outs following walks to senior Shirley Daniels and Ozanne, and a hit by pitch to senior Jasmine Watson. Wambold came through in the clutch with a two-run double to the right center gap to even things up. With the go-ahead run just 60-feet away, O'Hara grounded out to end the inning. SU was back at it again in the seventh, scoring three runs to give the Orange its first lead, one it wouldn't relinquish. Freshman Ellie Forkin pinched hit and reached first on an error with one out. That brought up Dewes who crushed a two-run bomb off the scoreboard in left to give the Orange a 4-2 lead. It was the third straight game that Dewes hit a homer. Ozanne added an insurance run later in the inning on an RBI single that brought Daniels in from second. In the second game, seven Orange women recorded base knocks, with five of them tallying multi-hit games, including O'Hara who finished the a perfect 4-for-4 with a home run, a double and four RBIs. Ozanne and Watson each had two hits and two-run homers. Wambold and Daniels were the others that had a pair of hits, with each one doubling. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin earned the win after pitching three innings in relief, allowing just one run on two hits. Freshman Christina Clermont picked up the save in three innings of scoreless work. O'Hara started in the circle and struggled early, giving up three runs in the first inning as. Jordan Fannin and Carly Thea smacked back-to-back homers to lead off the contest and the Panthers pushed another run across on an RBI single by Katherine Kramer. Syracuse began to chip away at the lead in the third, scoring two runs on a two-out homer by Ozanne to make it 3-2. The Panthers added one in the home half of the fourth on an RBI single by Fannin to extend the advantage to 4-2, but that would be it for the hosts. Over the next two innings, SU pounded out nine runs on nine hits to take the lead and put the game away. Ozanne started things off with a one-out single and scored on Watson's two-run jack that knotted the game at 4-4. Following a double by Wambold, O'Hara put 'Cuse in front for good with a two-run blast of her own. Syracuse tacked on five more runs in the top of the sixth for the final score of 11-4. With one gone in the frame, Daniels singled, stole second and went to third on a ground out. A fielding error allowed Daniels to come home and Ozanne to reach base, extending the inning. Watson then singled to put two aboard for Wambold, who drove in pinch runner senior Alexis Partyka for the eighth score of the game. O'Hara continued the contagious hitting with a double down the left field line that plated two more and sophomore Danielle Chitkowski capped the scoring by trading places with O'Hara on a RBI double.

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Christian Brothers
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0
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Pittsburgh
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2
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PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Syracuse overcame early deficits in both games to sweep Pittsburgh, 5-2 and 11-4, on Saturday, April 12. SU (17-18, 8-7 ACC) has won four straight games and 12 of its last 17, and will look to get back to .500 in the finale with the Panthers (13-21, 4-11 ACC) on Sunday, April 13 at 12 p.m. The Orange found itself in a 2-0 hole through five innings, but scored five runs in the last two innings to complete the comeback in the opener. In game two, Syracuse trailed 3-0 after the first and 4-2 through four innings, but exploded for nine runs in the fifth and sixth to walk away with the victory. In the first game, junior Julie Wambold led the Orange with a 2-for-3 effort, including the game-tying two-run double. Freshman Alyssa Dewes hit the go-ahead two-run homer and sophomore Corinne Ozanne added a single and a run batted in. Freshman pitcher Sydney O'Hara (12-7) gave up two runs, but just one hit in seven innings for her ninth complete game of the season. It was also the fifth time O'Hara surrendered two hits or less in a complete game win. O'Hara cruised through the first three innings, striking out five Panthers and allowing just one batter to reach base on a walk in the first. However, she made one mistake pitch in the fourth that Tori Nirschl capitalized on. O'Hara hit Carly Thea on a 2-2 count to start the frame and two pitches later gave up a two-run blast to Nirschl that traveled over the stands in center. Syracuse looked to rally in the top half of the fifth, placing the first two runners on, but Savannah King (7-14) retired the next three to get out of the inning. King wasn't as lucky in the sixth though, with the Orange plating a pair of runs to tie the game 2-2. Syracuse loaded the bases with two outs following walks to senior Shirley Daniels and Ozanne, and a hit by pitch to senior Jasmine Watson. Wambold came through in the clutch with a two-run double to the right center gap to even things up. With the go-ahead run just 60-feet away, O'Hara grounded out to end the inning. SU was back at it again in the seventh, scoring three runs to give the Orange its first lead, one it wouldn't relinquish. Freshman Ellie Forkin pinched hit and reached first on an error with one out. That brought up Dewes who crushed a two-run bomb off the scoreboard in left to give the Orange a 4-2 lead. It was the third straight game that Dewes hit a homer. Ozanne added an insurance run later in the inning on an RBI single that brought Daniels in from second. In the second game, seven Orange women recorded base knocks, with five of them tallying multi-hit games, including O'Hara who finished the a perfect 4-for-4 with a home run, a double and four RBIs. Ozanne and Watson each had two hits and two-run homers. Wambold and Daniels were the others that had a pair of hits, with each one doubling. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin earned the win after pitching three innings in relief, allowing just one run on two hits. Freshman Christina Clermont picked up the save in three innings of scoreless work. O'Hara started in the circle and struggled early, giving up three runs in the first inning as. Jordan Fannin and Carly Thea smacked back-to-back homers to lead off the contest and the Panthers pushed another run across on an RBI single by Katherine Kramer. Syracuse began to chip away at the lead in the third, scoring two runs on a two-out homer by Ozanne to make it 3-2. The Panthers added one in the home half of the fourth on an RBI single by Fannin to extend the advantage to 4-2, but that would be it for the hosts. Over the next two innings, SU pounded out nine runs on nine hits to take the lead and put the game away. Ozanne started things off with a one-out single and scored on Watson's two-run jack that knotted the game at 4-4. Following a double by Wambold, O'Hara put 'Cuse in front for good with a two-run blast of her own. Syracuse tacked on five more runs in the top of the sixth for the final score of 11-4. With one gone in the frame, Daniels singled, stole second and went to third on a ground out. A fielding error allowed Daniels to come home and Ozanne to reach base, extending the inning. Watson then singled to put two aboard for Wambold, who drove in pinch runner senior Alexis Partyka for the eighth score of the game. O'Hara continued the contagious hitting with a double down the left field line that plated two more and sophomore Danielle Chitkowski capped the scoring by trading places with O'Hara on a RBI double.

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San Diego State
2
0
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-04-12 James Madison
Drexel
7
3
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Drexel
James Madison
7
6
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Incarnate Word
McNeese State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Pacific Lutheran
Puget Sound
8
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 McNeese State
Incarnate Word
8
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Pacific Lutheran
Puget Sound
10
7
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Washington
Stanford
11
2
5 Innings [Read More]
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2014-04-12 UC Davis
Cal Poly
3
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Cal Poly
3
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-12 Angelo State
Texas A&M-Kingsville
13
1
5 Innings
2014-04-12 Angelo State
Texas A&M-Kingsville
10
4
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Cedarville
Alderson-Broaddus
8
4
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Temple
Rutgers
14
6
5 Innings
2014-04-12 Rutgers
Temple
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Colorado School of Mines
Colorado Christian
12
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-12 Wayne State (Nebraska)
Minnesota-Duluth
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Pacific (California)
Loyola Marymount
16
12
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-04-12 Coastal Carolina
Presbyterian
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Presbyterian
Coastal Carolina
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Anderson (Ind.)
10
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
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Washington (Mo.)
8
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-12 California
Arizona
9
1
6 Innings
2014-04-12 Oklahoma City
Mid-America Christian
8
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Oklahoma City
Mid-America Christian
8
5
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Alverno
Lakeland
7
5
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Alverno
Lakeland
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Colorado School of Mines
Adams State
12
3
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-12 Armstrong
Francis Marion
10
1
6 Innings [Related Story]
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Armstrong
3
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-12 Nebraska
Iowa
18
0
5 Innings
2014-04-12 Potsdam State
Fredonia State
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Fredonia State
Potsdam State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Sam Houston State
Houston Baptist
7
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-12 Sam Houston State
Houston Baptist
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-12 Augustana (Ill.)
Millikin
6
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Augustana (Ill.)
Millikin
10
1
10 Innings
2014-04-12 Harding
Henderson State
9
5
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Henderson State
Harding
9
1
6 Innings
2014-04-12 Seattle
UMKC
6
4
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Kentucky
Ole Miss
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Pacific (California)
Loyola Marymount
8
7
11 Innings [Read More]
Sara Anderson -Pacific record 5 hits. Taylor Petty - 4 RBI
2014-04-12 Eastern Illinois
Tennessee-Martin
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Eastern Illinois
Tennessee-Martin
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Norfolk State
Morgan State
9
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
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Morgan State
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-12 Lewis
Rockhurst
10
6
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Lewis
Rockhurst
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 UCF
South Florida
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Cedarville
Alderson-Broaddus
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 DePaul
Georgetown
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 DePaul
Georgetown
7
6
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Ohio Dominican
Lake Erie
8
4
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Ohio Dominican
Lake Erie
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-12 Kean
Rutgers-Camden
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Kean
Rutgers-Camden
5
4
8 Innings
2014-04-12 Northern Colorado
Portland State
19
2
5 Innings
2014-04-12 Regis (Colorado)
Black Hill State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Walsh
Tiffin
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Walsh
Tiffin
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Ohio State
Purdue
8
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-12 Louisville
Connecticut
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-12 Louisville
Connecticut
6
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Missouri
Auburn
8
7
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Rowan
Ramapo
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Virginia Tech
Virginia
6
0
7 Innings
2014-04-12 South Florida
UCF
4
0
7 Innings
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2014-04-12 North Dakota State
South Dakota State
12
0
5 Innings
2014-04-12 Regis (Colorado)
Black Hill State
7
5
7 Innings
2014-04-12 Rowan
Ramapo
11
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-04-12 North Carolina State
Florida A&M
8
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-04-12 Virginia Tech
Virginia
8
2
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Cal State Monterey Bay
Cal State Chico
8
4
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Cal State Monterey Bay
Cal State Chico
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-11 Florida Tech
Barry
9
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-11 Azusa Pacific
Academy of Art
14
9
9 Innings
2014-04-11 Azusa Pacific
Academy of Art
10
1
6 Innings
2014-04-11 Piedmont
Meredith
9
0
5 Innings
2014-04-11 La Grange
Piedmont
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-11 North Georgia
Columbus State
7
3
7 Innings
2014-04-11 North Georgia
Columbus State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-11 Emporia State
Central Oklahoma
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Central Oklahoma
Emporia State
3
2
10 Innings
2014-04-11 Lewis & Clark
George Fox
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Fresno State
San Diego State
5
4
7 Innings [Read More]
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Wayne State (Michigan)
8
2
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Grand Valley State
Wayne State (Michigan)
6
2
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Augustana (South Dakota)
Minnesota-Duluth
9
2
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Minnesota-Duluth
Augustana (South Dakota)
4
1
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Stanford
Washington
13
5
6 Innings [Read More]
Eight Stanford players combined for nine hits to help Stanford knock off No. 10/10 Washington 13-5 in six innings.
2014-04-11 Piedmont
Meredith
9
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Brittney Head tossed a one hit shutout to keep #1 seed Piedmont alive in the USA South tornament. Meredith is eliminated and was the only team to hand Piedmont a loss in reglar season conference play.
2014-04-11 La Grange
Piedmont
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Arkansas
South Carolina
11
10
7 Innings
2014-04-11 UMKC
Seattle
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Seattle
UMKC
3
0
7 Innings
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Adams State
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4
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Minnesota
13
9
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Ole Miss
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Missouri
Auburn
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Fredonia State
Plattsburgh State
2
1
8 Innings
2014-04-11 Plattsburgh State
Fredonia State
10
9
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Arizona
California
15
5
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Nebraska
Iowa
9
1
6 Innings
2014-04-11 Nebraska
Iowa
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Colorado Christian
Colorado School of Mines
11
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-11 Monmouth (Ill.)
St. Norbert
10
3
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Michigan
Michigan State
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-11 Purdue
Ohio State
1
0
7 Innings [Read More]
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Howard
11
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Northern Colorado
9
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
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Portland State
17
5
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-11 Regis (Colorado)
Black Hill State
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-11 IPFW
Omaha
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-11 IPFW
Omaha
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-11 Florida
Florida A&M
9
0
5 Innings
2014-04-11 Lewis
William Jewel
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-11 North Dakota State
South Dakota State
14
2
5 Innings
2014-04-11 Regis (Colorado)
Black Hill State
7
2
7 Innings
2014-04-11 William Jewel
Lewis
5
2
8 Innings
2014-04-11 North Dakota State
South Dakota State
5
1
7 Innings [Read More]
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Stanford
7
0
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-04-10 Elms
Regis (Mass.)
6
3
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Elms
Regis (Mass.)
8
0
6 Innings
2014-04-10 Azusa Pacific
Dominican (California)
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Dominican (California)
Azusa Pacific
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-10 William Paterson
Staten Island
12
3
5 Innings
2014-04-10 William Paterson
Staten Island
11
0
5 Innings
2014-04-10 Troy
UAB
3
2
8 Innings
2014-04-10 Concord
Charleston (West Virginia)
7
5
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Concord
Charleston (West Virginia)
8
2
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Kutztown
Shippensburg
9
8
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Shippensburg
Kutztown
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-10 LIU Post
Molloy
6
5
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Molloy
LIU Post
12
4
5 Innings
2014-04-10 Princeton
Rutgers
5
3
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Minnesota State Mankato
Upper Iowa
6
0
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Minnesota State Mankato
Upper Iowa
11
3
5 Innings
2014-04-10 UCLA
Cal State Fullerton
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Caldwell
New Haven
4
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
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New Haven
1
0
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4
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Loyola (Illinois)
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-10 Kean
Lebanon Valley
3
6
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Lebanon Valley
Kean
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Wisconsin-Stout
Northwestern-St. Paul
13
2
5 Innings
2014-04-10 Wisconsin-Stout
Northwestern-St. Paul
12
1
5 Innings
2014-04-10 Oklahoma City
Southwestern Christian
9
0
5 Innings
2014-04-10 Oklahoma City
Southwestern Christian
4
1
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Central Connecticut State
Massachusetts-Lowel
8
0
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Massachusetts-Lowel
1
0
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Rowan
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-10 Rowan
Washington (Md.)
8
1
7 Innings
2014-04-09 Georgia Southern
Georgia State
5
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-09 Virginia Intermont
King (Tennessee)
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-09 Texas-San Antonio
Texas State
9
6
7 Innings
2014-04-09 Dixie State
Colorado Mesa
6
2
7 Innings
2014-04-09 Dixie State
Colorado Mesa
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-09 William Paterson
New Jersey City
9
1
5 Innings
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New Jersey City
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2
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Williamette
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2
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Williamette
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2
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Williamette
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UAB
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3
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0
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Wesley
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0
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Georgia College
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George Washington
8
5
7 Innings
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George Washington
8
2
7 Innings
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Arkansas
4
1
7 Innings
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Jacksonville
7
3
7 Innings
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Cal State Northridge
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0
7 Innings
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CSU Bakersfield
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Young Harris
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0
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0
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Charleston Southern
2
1
7 Innings
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Florida State
4
2
7 Innings
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Alverno
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0
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6
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Sophomore Danielle Chitkowski and freshman Alyssa Dewes both hit a homer in each game and freshman Sydney O'Hara pitched a combined eight innings of scoreless ball as the Syracuse Softball team swept Binghamton in a non-conference doubleheader on Wednesday, April 9 at the SU Softball Stadium. Behind the stellar pitching performance of O'Hara, Syracuse took the opener 8-0 in five innings due to the eight run-rule for the team's first home win of the season. In the second game, both teams traded five-run frames early on, but Syracuse scored twice in the fourth and sixth innings, and held on to win 9-6 in a wild affair. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (11-7) tossed her sixth shutout of the season in game one, this time a two-hit complete game performance with five strikeouts, all coming in a row. The six shutouts is tied for fourth all-time at SU in a single-season and it is the fourth time O'Hara has allowed two hits or less in a game, joining her no-hitter and pair of one-hitters. The Orange (15-18) was led by Chitkowski and sophomore Corinne Ozanne offensively, who each went 2-for-3 with two runs batted in. Ozanne drove in both on a single while Chitkowski hit a two-run shot and scored twice. Dewes added a three-run homer and junior Mary Dombrowski touched home twice. Syracuse broke through for three runs in the home half of the second on a three-run blast by Dewes to take a 3-0 lead. Junior Julie Wambold led off the frame with a single and moved up to second on Dombrowski's two-out walk. That brought up Dewes, who hit a homer to the opposite field that carried over the fence. After stranding a pair of runners in the third, SU was back at it again in the fourth with three more runs on four singles to extend the advantage to 6-0. Back-to-back singles by Chitkowski and Dombrowski got things started for the Orange. With one away in the inning, senior Shirley Daniels snuck a single through the right side to plate Chitkowski, and two batters later, came around to score with Dombrowski on Ozanne's two-run single down the right field line. Binghamton (12-14) looked to strand something together in the fifth by loading the bases, but O'Hara induced a high infield fly to get out of the jam and keep the shutout intact. In the bottom half of the inning O'Hara did some work at the plate, singling with one out. Chitkowski then ended the game with a walk-off, two-run homer, putting the eight-run mercy rule into effect. Both teams showcased high-power offenses in the second game, combining for 15 runs on 25 hits, including four home runs. Four Orange women recorded multi-hit games with three of them picking up three hits apiece. Dewes was a perfect 3-for-3 with a homer, a double, two RBIs and three runs scored. Freshman Nicole Lundstrom and senior Jasmine Watson were both 3-for-4 with Lundstrom driving in three and Watson plating one. Ozanne was the other SU player to register two hits and Chitkowski hit a three-run bomb to help pace the Syracuse batters. Freshman Christina Clermont notched her second win of the season, surrendering five runs on eight hits in four innings while striking out four. O'Hara came on in relief and gave up just one hit in three innings for her second save, which is tied for fifth in a single-season at SU and tied for seventh in a career. Just like the first game, Syracuse got hot in the second inning, this time exploding for five runs. Watson got things started with a single, and a walk to O'Hara put two aboard for Chitkowski, who smacked her second homer in as many at-bats dating back to the first game of the day. The Orange weren't done there as Dombrowski followed with a double and came around to score on a single up the middle by Dewes. A wild pitch and ground out moved Dewes over to third and Lundstrom brought her in on a single through the right side. Binghamton answered each of Syracuse's runs in top of the fourth, coming all the way back to tie the score at 5-5. Colleen Dougherty led off the inning with a double down the left field line. Jessica Bump traded places with her on a double to left that drove in the Bearcats' first run of the day. Taylor Chaffee knocked Bump in with a sacrifice fly and five pitches later Lisa Cadogan went deep over the fence in left center to make it a two-run game. Clermont was able to get the next batter out, but an infield single by Hunt allowed Lisa Cutrona to come to bat. Cutrona took advantage of the extra opportunity and homered to straight away center, just out of the reach of a leaping Daniels at the wall. Lundstrom struck again for Syracuse in in the bottom of the frame, putting Syracuse back in front for good at 7-5. With one out, Dewes hit a double off the base of the left field fence and Daniels reached on a walk. Both runners moved up on a wild pitch and scored on a hard grounder by Lundstrom that bounced off the second baseman. The Bearcats rallied in the fifth, though, and had the go-ahead run on second with no outs. Three straight singles brought Binghamton within 7-6 on an RBI base knock by Chaffe. Pinch runner Kim Santiago went to second on a steal, but later in the next at-bat, Bump was caught in a rundown after attempting to take home on a ball in the dirt. O'Hara went on to face the minimum eight batters for the remainder of the game, allowing just an infield single to Caytlin Friis on a popup that dropped in between four fielders. Friis tried to stretch it into a double but Watson gunned her out at second on the play. Syracuse plated a pair of insurance runs in the home half of the sixth on Dewes' leadoff solo shot and an RBI single by Watson. The Orange take two days off before heading to Pittsburgh for a three-game conference series with the Panthers. A doubleheader will be played on Saturday, April 12 beginning at 1 p.m. and the finale will be on Sunday, April 13 at 12 p.m.

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Sophomore Danielle Chitkowski and freshman Alyssa Dewes both hit a homer in each game and freshman Sydney O'Hara pitched a combined eight innings of scoreless ball as the Syracuse Softball team swept Binghamton in a non-conference doubleheader on Wednesday, April 9 at the SU Softball Stadium. Behind the stellar pitching performance of O'Hara, Syracuse took the opener 8-0 in five innings due to the eight run-rule for the team's first home win of the season. In the second game, both teams traded five-run frames early on, but Syracuse scored twice in the fourth and sixth innings, and held on to win 9-6 in a wild affair. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (11-7) tossed her sixth shutout of the season in game one, this time a two-hit complete game performance with five strikeouts, all coming in a row. The six shutouts is tied for fourth all-time at SU in a single-season and it is the fourth time O'Hara has allowed two hits or less in a game, joining her no-hitter and pair of one-hitters. The Orange (15-18) was led by Chitkowski and sophomore Corinne Ozanne offensively, who each went 2-for-3 with two runs batted in. Ozanne drove in both on a single while Chitkowski hit a two-run shot and scored twice. Dewes added a three-run homer and junior Mary Dombrowski touched home twice. Syracuse broke through for three runs in the home half of the second on a three-run blast by Dewes to take a 3-0 lead. Junior Julie Wambold led off the frame with a single and moved up to second on Dombrowski's two-out walk. That brought up Dewes, who hit a homer to the opposite field that carried over the fence. After stranding a pair of runners in the third, SU was back at it again in the fourth with three more runs on four singles to extend the advantage to 6-0. Back-to-back singles by Chitkowski and Dombrowski got things started for the Orange. With one away in the inning, senior Shirley Daniels snuck a single through the right side to plate Chitkowski, and two batters later, came around to score with Dombrowski on Ozanne's two-run single down the right field line. Binghamton (12-14) looked to strand something together in the fifth by loading the bases, but O'Hara induced a high infield fly to get out of the jam and keep the shutout intact. In the bottom half of the inning O'Hara did some work at the plate, singling with one out. Chitkowski then ended the game with a walk-off, two-run homer, putting the eight-run mercy rule into effect. Both teams showcased high-power offenses in the second game, combining for 15 runs on 25 hits, including four home runs. Four Orange women recorded multi-hit games with three of them picking up three hits apiece. Dewes was a perfect 3-for-3 with a homer, a double, two RBIs and three runs scored. Freshman Nicole Lundstrom and senior Jasmine Watson were both 3-for-4 with Lundstrom driving in three and Watson plating one. Ozanne was the other SU player to register two hits and Chitkowski hit a three-run bomb to help pace the Syracuse batters. Freshman Christina Clermont notched her second win of the season, surrendering five runs on eight hits in four innings while striking out four. O'Hara came on in relief and gave up just one hit in three innings for her second save, which is tied for fifth in a single-season at SU and tied for seventh in a career. Just like the first game, Syracuse got hot in the second inning, this time exploding for five runs. Watson got things started with a single, and a walk to O'Hara put two aboard for Chitkowski, who smacked her second homer in as many at-bats dating back to the first game of the day. The Orange weren't done there as Dombrowski followed with a double and came around to score on a single up the middle by Dewes. A wild pitch and ground out moved Dewes over to third and Lundstrom brought her in on a single through the right side. Binghamton answered each of Syracuse's runs in top of the fourth, coming all the way back to tie the score at 5-5. Colleen Dougherty led off the inning with a double down the left field line. Jessica Bump traded places with her on a double to left that drove in the Bearcats' first run of the day. Taylor Chaffee knocked Bump in with a sacrifice fly and five pitches later Lisa Cadogan went deep over the fence in left center to make it a two-run game. Clermont was able to get the next batter out, but an infield single by Hunt allowed Lisa Cutrona to come to bat. Cutrona took advantage of the extra opportunity and homered to straight away center, just out of the reach of a leaping Daniels at the wall. Lundstrom struck again for Syracuse in in the bottom of the frame, putting Syracuse back in front for good at 7-5. With one out, Dewes hit a double off the base of the left field fence and Daniels reached on a walk. Both runners moved up on a wild pitch and scored on a hard grounder by Lundstrom that bounced off the second baseman. The Bearcats rallied in the fifth, though, and had the go-ahead run on second with no outs. Three straight singles brought Binghamton within 7-6 on an RBI base knock by Chaffe. Pinch runner Kim Santiago went to second on a steal, but later in the next at-bat, Bump was caught in a rundown after attempting to take home on a ball in the dirt. O'Hara went on to face the minimum eight batters for the remainder of the game, allowing just an infield single to Caytlin Friis on a popup that dropped in between four fielders. Friis tried to stretch it into a double but Watson gunned her out at second on the play. Syracuse plated a pair of insurance runs in the home half of the sixth on Dewes' leadoff solo shot and an RBI single by Watson. The Orange take two days off before heading to Pittsburgh for a three-game conference series with the Panthers. A doubleheader will be played on Saturday, April 12 beginning at 1 p.m. and the finale will be on Sunday, April 13 at 12 p.m.

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1
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4
2
7 Innings
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Illinois College
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2
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2
7 Innings
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3
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1
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11
6
7 Innings
2014-04-09 Notre Dame
North Carolina
11
6
7 Innings
2014-04-09 DePaul
Illinois State
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-09 Portland State
Seattle
1
0
7 Innings
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Rutgers-Newark
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-09 Kentucky
Mississippi Valley
10
0
5 Innings
2014-04-09 Rutgers
Seton Hall
6
5
7 Innings
2014-04-09 Cedarville
Ohio Valley
9
2
7 Innings
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Piedmont
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1
7 Innings
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Piedmont
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0
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Pittsburgh
2
0
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Notre Dame (Md.)
14
1
5 Innings
2014-04-09 Notre Dame (Md.)
Trinity Washington Univ.
11
3
6 Innings
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0
7 Innings
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2
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North Carolina
6
0
7 Innings
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Cedarville
7
6
8 Innings
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Pittsburgh
3
2
7 Innings
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Mary Washington
7
2
7 Innings
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UMBC
8
6
7 Innings
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Tiffin
9
1
5 Innings
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Georgia Tech
10
5
7 Innings [Read More]
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Hope International
4
0
7 Innings
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Fort Lewis
7
2
7 Innings
2014-04-08 Dixie State
Fort Lewis
11
2
7 Innings
2014-04-08 LIU Post
New York Institute of Technology
10
0
5 Innings
2014-04-08 LIU Post
New York Institute of Technology
7
2
7 Innings
2014-04-08 Angelo State
St. Mary's (Texas)
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-08 Valparaiso
Northern Illinois
4
3
8 Innings
2014-04-08 Valparaiso
Northern Illinois
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6
7 Innings
2014-04-08 Eastern Arizona College
Glendale CC (Arizona)
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7
7 Innings
2014-04-08 Eastern Arizona College
Glendale CC (Arizona)
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2
7 Innings
2014-04-08 Gettysburg
Lebanon Valley
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0
7 Innings
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3
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Becker
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2
6 Innings
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Regis (Mass.)
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2
7 Innings
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Southwestern Assemblies of God University
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0
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Southwestern Assemblies of God University
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1
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2014-04-08 Houston
Baylor
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-08 Baylor
Houston
3
0
8 Innings
2014-04-08 Rosemont
Cedar Crest
16
6
5 Innings
2014-04-08 Cedar Crest
Rosemont
12
3
5 Innings
2014-04-08 Louisville
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3
8 Innings
2014-04-08 California (Pennsylvania)
Indiana (Pennsylvania)
9
5
7 Innings
2014-04-08 California (Pennsylvania)
Indiana (Pennsylvania)
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-08 Angelo State
St. Mary's (Texas)
7
6
7 Innings
2014-04-08 Michigan
Western Michigan
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-08 Omaha
Nebraska
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-08 Illinois-Chicago
North Dakota
10
2
6 Innings
2014-04-08 Kentucky
Wright State
9
1
5 Innings
2014-04-08 Cedarville
West Liberty State
13
1
5 Innings
2014-04-08 Cedarville
West Liberty State
9
1
6 Innings
2014-04-08 North Dakota
Illinois-Chicago
11
10
7 Innings
2014-04-07 Southeastern Louisiana
Ole Miss
3
2
7 Innings
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Southeastern Louisiana
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0
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0
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Southwest Minnesota St.
7
4
7 Innings
2014-04-07 Minnesota-Duluth
Southwest Minnesota St.
10
3
7 Innings
2014-04-07 Minnesota State Mankato
Minnesota State Moorhead
10
2
6 Innings
2014-04-07 Minnesota State Mankato
Minnesota State Moorhead
14
0
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2014-04-07 San Jose State
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9
0
6 Innings
2014-04-07 West Virginia State
Concord
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-06 Cal State Monterey Bay
Cal State Chico
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2
7 Innings
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0
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South Alabama
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3
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10
2
6 Innings
2014-04-06 Indianapolis
McKendree
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0
7 Innings
2014-04-06 Saint Joseph's (Indiana)
McKendree
2
5
7 Innings
2014-04-06 Springfield (Mass.)
MIT
9
0
6 Innings
2014-04-06 MIT
Springfield (Mass.)
2
1
8 Innings
2014-04-06 Virginia Tech
Georgia Tech
6
5
7 Innings
2014-04-06 Minnesota State Mankato
Academy of Art
11
1
7 Innings
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Northern State
4
0
7 Innings
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San Jose State
16
8
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Pacific Lutheran
3
2
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Pacific Lutheran
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1
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Ramapo
3
0
7 Innings
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William Paterson
1
0
7 Innings
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West Virginia State
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2
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6
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Playing in its first home games of the 2014 season, the Syracuse softball team was swept by RV/RV North Carolina State on Sunday, April 6 at the SU Softball Stadium. The teams were originally scheduled to play a three-game series, but after Saturday's doubleheader was postponed, the clubs played two on Sunday instead. The loss in game, SU's inaugural Atlantic Coast Conference home contest, marked just the second time in the last nine seasons the Orange lost its home debut. In the first game, Syracuse (13-18, 6-7 ACC) overcame a 4-1 deficit with a four-run fifth inning to pull ahead, however, couldn't hang on as NC State (23-10, 12-4 ACC) rallied for four runs of its own in the seventh inning to win 8-6. The Wolfpack had little trouble in the second game, plating four runs in the first two innings on the way to a 7-0 win in six innings. Junior Julie Wambold led SU in the opener going 2-for-3 with a homer, three runs batted in and a walk. She was joined by senior Shirley Daniels as the only Orange women to post multi-hit games. Daniels finished 2-for-3 with a walk and added an RBI and a season-high three stolen bases. Freshman Nicole Lundstrom also provided an offensive spark with a two-run double, for her seventh multi-RBI game of the season, and scored twice. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (10-7) wound up one out shy of a complete game effort, lasting 6.2 innings before coming out of the game. She gave up eight runs (seven earned) on 10 hits and was one-off her career high with 11 strikeouts. Entering the final frame, O'Hara had allowed just four runs on five hits. Syracuse got things started early in the second inning, breaking a scoreless tie on Wambold's leadoff homer to give SU a 1-0 lead. NC State evened things in the next half inning and took the lead in the top of the fourth thanks to a two-run homer by Leah Jones. Following a leadoff double by Lana Van Dyken in the third, O'Hara retired the next two batters. But Kirsty Grant's double to left center skipped off the top of freshman Alyssa Dewes' glove and rolled to the wall to plate Van Dyken. After Sara Lippard drew a walk to start the fourth, Jones took the first pitch she saw over the fence in left center to put NC State ahead 3-1. The Wolfpack looked to add more runs when Renada Davis' double down the left field line put runners on second and third, but O'Hara got out of the jam with her third strikeout of the inning. Jones was back at it again in the fifth, driving in her third run of the game on a two-out single up the middle that brought in Molly Hutchinson, who led off the inning taking a hit by pitch. The Orange finally got to pitcher Emily Weiman in the home half of the fifth, plating four runs on five hits to go back on top, 5-4. The first four batters of the inning all reached base for Syracuse, beginning with a single by junior Mary Dombrowski. After a walk by Dewes, Daniels singled through the left side to drive in Dombrowski and make it a two-run game. Lundstrom followed that up with a double to straight away center that bounced off the fence, allowing both runners to score and tie the game. Wambold continued the inning for Syracuse with as her two-out single up the middle, which drove in Lundstrom from third and gave Syracuse a 5-4 edge. Both teams went down in order in the sixth and O'Hara trotted out in the seventh in an attempt to hurl her eighth complete game of the season. She got Grant to fly out to the warning track for out number one, but seven of the next eight batters reached base, knocking O'Hara out of the game. Hutchinson walked on five pitches, bringing up Hanna Sommer, who drilled the first pitch she saw out of the park in straight away center to put the Wolfpack ahead for good at 6-5. With two outs, Jones added an insurance run on her second homer of the game, a solo shot to center. Three straight singles, the last by Chelsea Tate, drove in NC State's final run of the contest to extend the lead to 8-5. Syracuse looked to rally in the bottom half of the inning as Lundstrom took a leadoff walk. She made her way to second on a ground out and went to third on senior Jasmine Watson's single to right. With runners at the corners and the tying run up to bat, Wambold hit a hard grounder to the right side to plate Lundstrom and make it 8-6. SU still had the tying run up on the next play, but Weiman tallied her eighth strikeout to end the game. In the second game, Weiman stifled the Syracuse hitters, posting a complete game, five-hit shutout with another eight strikeouts in a 7-0 victory. Lundstrom had two of the Orange's five hits for her 11th multi-hit game of the campaign. O'Hara had a single and finished the day as just one of two Syracuse players with a hit in both games. Freshmen Christina Clermont had a solid outing in the relief, yielding three runs on four hits in 4.1 innings while striking out seven, one off her career high. It was Clermont's longest outing since going 4.1 innings in the series opener against North Carolina on March 8. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin (1-4) made her second start of the season and took the loss. NC State jumped out to 1-0 lead in the first and added three more in the second and never looked back. Following a leadoff double Davis, a fly out and groundout allowed the speedy shortstop to touch home. With one gone in the second, three straight singles brought in Tate on Scout Albertson's one-bagger. A sacrifice fly by Van Dyken in the next at bat made it 3-drove in another, and a two-out single by Kirsty Grant set the score a 4-0. This time around, Syracuse didn't have any answers for the Wolfpack as reigning ACC Pitcher of the Year Weiman was wheeling and dealing throughout the entire second game, facing no more than four batters in each inning, In the fourth, the Wolfpack tacked on a fifth run on an RBI single by Van Dyken, after Tate got on with a leadoff double. Tate did the damage at the plate two innings late, pushing across NC State's final two runs on a two-run bomb in the final frame. Syracuse resumes its homestand on Wednesday, April 9 in a doubleheader against in-state rival Binghamton beginning at 3:30 p.m.

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Playing in its first home games of the 2014 season, the Syracuse softball team was swept by RV/RV North Carolina State on Sunday, April 6 at the SU Softball Stadium. The teams were originally scheduled to play a three-game series, but after Saturday's doubleheader was postponed, the clubs played two on Sunday instead. The loss in game, SU's inaugural Atlantic Coast Conference home contest, marked just the second time in the last nine seasons the Orange lost its home debut. In the first game, Syracuse (13-18, 6-7 ACC) overcame a 4-1 deficit with a four-run fifth inning to pull ahead, however, couldn't hang on as NC State (23-10, 12-4 ACC) rallied for four runs of its own in the seventh inning to win 8-6. The Wolfpack had little trouble in the second game, plating four runs in the first two innings on the way to a 7-0 win in six innings. Junior Julie Wambold led SU in the opener going 2-for-3 with a homer, three runs batted in and a walk. She was joined by senior Shirley Daniels as the only Orange women to post multi-hit games. Daniels finished 2-for-3 with a walk and added an RBI and a season-high three stolen bases. Freshman Nicole Lundstrom also provided an offensive spark with a two-run double, for her seventh multi-RBI game of the season, and scored twice. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (10-7) wound up one out shy of a complete game effort, lasting 6.2 innings before coming out of the game. She gave up eight runs (seven earned) on 10 hits and was one-off her career high with 11 strikeouts. Entering the final frame, O'Hara had allowed just four runs on five hits. Syracuse got things started early in the second inning, breaking a scoreless tie on Wambold's leadoff homer to give SU a 1-0 lead. NC State evened things in the next half inning and took the lead in the top of the fourth thanks to a two-run homer by Leah Jones. Following a leadoff double by Lana Van Dyken in the third, O'Hara retired the next two batters. But Kirsty Grant's double to left center skipped off the top of freshman Alyssa Dewes' glove and rolled to the wall to plate Van Dyken. After Sara Lippard drew a walk to start the fourth, Jones took the first pitch she saw over the fence in left center to put NC State ahead 3-1. The Wolfpack looked to add more runs when Renada Davis' double down the left field line put runners on second and third, but O'Hara got out of the jam with her third strikeout of the inning. Jones was back at it again in the fifth, driving in her third run of the game on a two-out single up the middle that brought in Molly Hutchinson, who led off the inning taking a hit by pitch. The Orange finally got to pitcher Emily Weiman in the home half of the fifth, plating four runs on five hits to go back on top, 5-4. The first four batters of the inning all reached base for Syracuse, beginning with a single by junior Mary Dombrowski. After a walk by Dewes, Daniels singled through the left side to drive in Dombrowski and make it a two-run game. Lundstrom followed that up with a double to straight away center that bounced off the fence, allowing both runners to score and tie the game. Wambold continued the inning for Syracuse with as her two-out single up the middle, which drove in Lundstrom from third and gave Syracuse a 5-4 edge. Both teams went down in order in the sixth and O'Hara trotted out in the seventh in an attempt to hurl her eighth complete game of the season. She got Grant to fly out to the warning track for out number one, but seven of the next eight batters reached base, knocking O'Hara out of the game. Hutchinson walked on five pitches, bringing up Hanna Sommer, who drilled the first pitch she saw out of the park in straight away center to put the Wolfpack ahead for good at 6-5. With two outs, Jones added an insurance run on her second homer of the game, a solo shot to center. Three straight singles, the last by Chelsea Tate, drove in NC State's final run of the contest to extend the lead to 8-5. Syracuse looked to rally in the bottom half of the inning as Lundstrom took a leadoff walk. She made her way to second on a ground out and went to third on senior Jasmine Watson's single to right. With runners at the corners and the tying run up to bat, Wambold hit a hard grounder to the right side to plate Lundstrom and make it 8-6. SU still had the tying run up on the next play, but Weiman tallied her eighth strikeout to end the game. In the second game, Weiman stifled the Syracuse hitters, posting a complete game, five-hit shutout with another eight strikeouts in a 7-0 victory. Lundstrom had two of the Orange's five hits for her 11th multi-hit game of the campaign. O'Hara had a single and finished the day as just one of two Syracuse players with a hit in both games. Freshmen Christina Clermont had a solid outing in the relief, yielding three runs on four hits in 4.1 innings while striking out seven, one off her career high. It was Clermont's longest outing since going 4.1 innings in the series opener against North Carolina on March 8. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin (1-4) made her second start of the season and took the loss. NC State jumped out to 1-0 lead in the first and added three more in the second and never looked back. Following a leadoff double Davis, a fly out and groundout allowed the speedy shortstop to touch home. With one gone in the second, three straight singles brought in Tate on Scout Albertson's one-bagger. A sacrifice fly by Van Dyken in the next at bat made it 3-drove in another, and a two-out single by Kirsty Grant set the score a 4-0. This time around, Syracuse didn't have any answers for the Wolfpack as reigning ACC Pitcher of the Year Weiman was wheeling and dealing throughout the entire second game, facing no more than four batters in each inning, In the fourth, the Wolfpack tacked on a fifth run on an RBI single by Van Dyken, after Tate got on with a leadoff double. Tate did the damage at the plate two innings late, pushing across NC State's final two runs on a two-run bomb in the final frame. Syracuse resumes its homestand on Wednesday, April 9 in a doubleheader against in-state rival Binghamton beginning at 3:30 p.m.

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9 Innings
2014-04-05 Coastal Carolina
Liberty
10
2
6 Innings [Read More]
CCU's Kory Hayden hit her 44th career home run to tie the school's all-time record. She has 14 this season and tied the mark held by Holly Lee (2000-03).
2014-04-05 Coastal Carolina
Liberty
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Caldwell
Philadelphia U.
11
3
5 Innings [Read More]
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Philadelphia U.
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2014-04-05 North Dakota State
Omaha
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-05 IPFW
Western Illinois
10
2
6 Innings
2014-04-05 IPFW
Western Illinois
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-05 North Dakota State
Omaha
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Northern Colorado
Sacramento State
8
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-05 Chestnut Hill
Felician
15
11
7 Innings [Read More]
FC - Halei Van Dyke picked up 100th career hit.

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Chestnut Hill
17
0
5 Innings [Read More]
FC - Ciera Clark tied school record with 8th HR of season. Halei Van Dyke and Amanda Lopez also homered.

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2014-04-05 Cornell College
Monmouth (Ill.)
6
3
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Monmouth (Ill.)
Cornell College
7
5
7 Innings
2014-04-05 LIU Brooklyn
Central Connecticut State
4
3
8 Innings [Related Story]
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Central Connecticut State
4
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-05 Florida State
Maryland
10
2
5 Innings
2014-04-05 Lebanon Valley
Stevenson
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-05 Lebanon Valley
Stevenson
6
0
7 Innings
2014-04-05 East Carolina
Southern Mississippi
5
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Southern Mississippi
8
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-05 Louisville
South Florida
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Tiffin
Wayne State (Michigan)
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-05 DePaul
Seton Hall
7
2
7 Innings
2014-04-05 DePaul
Seton Hall
8
0
6 Innings
No-Hitter
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Kirsten Verdun pitched her first career no-hitter pitching six innings and striking out four. It was the first no-hitter for DePaul since April 17, 2010.
2014-04-05 Illinois-Chicago
Wright State
12
3
5 Innings
2014-04-05 Illinois-Chicago
Wright State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Piedmont
Averett
8
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Piedmont clinched the USA South regular season title as Abby Smith led the way at the plate going two for two with two runs and an rbi. Jordan Ellingson picked up her 18th win and records the shutout. The Lions are now 33-3 overall and 21-1 in the conference. Piedmont has won 11 straight games.
2014-04-05 Piedmont
Averett
5
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Piedmont wins it's 10th game in a row and is one game away from clinching the USA South regular season championship! Brittany Head went the distance to pick up her 14th win of the year as Piedmont is now 32-3 overall and 20-1 in the conference.
2014-04-05 North Carolina
Virginia
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Kean
College of New Jersey
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-05 UCF
Rutgers
8
0
6 Innings
2014-04-05 Cal Poly
UC Santa Barbara
14
1
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Kean
College of New Jersey
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Utah Valley
Seattle
13
12
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Alverno
Concordia-Chicago
6
5
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Concordia-Chicago
Alverno
9
4
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Michigan
Ohio State
1
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Haylie Wagner threw a two-hit shutout.
2014-04-05 La Salle
George Washington
7
3
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Wayne State (Michigan)
Tiffin
7
0
7 Innings
2014-04-05 UC San Diego
Hawaii Pacific
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Frostburg State
Mary Washington
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Frostburg State
Mary Washington
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Santa Clara
Pacific (California)
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Lewis
Southern Indiana
4
3
8 Innings
2014-04-05 Southern Indiana
Lewis
9
3
7 Innings
2014-04-05 North Dakota State
Omaha
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Louisville
South Florida
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-05 UCF
Rutgers
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-05 St. Mary's (Texas)
Newman
7
4
7 Innings
2014-04-05 North Carolina
Virginia
7
0
7 Innings
2014-04-05 George Washington
La Salle
9
0
5 Innings
2014-04-05 UC San Diego
California Baptist
4
1
7 Innings
2014-04-05 Dominican (California)
UC San Diego
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-05 UC San Diego
Chaminade
9
5
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Central Washington
Cal State Chico
7
4
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Cal State Chico
Western Oregon
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Cal State Chico
Montana State-Billings
8
7
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Western Washington
Azusa Pacific
7
6
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Central Washington
Azusa Pacific
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-04 St. Edward's
Oklahoma Christian
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Oklahoma Christian
St. Edward's
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-04 MIT
Emerson
8
7
8 Innings
2014-04-04 MIT
Emerson
5
1
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Southeastern Louisiana
Incarnate Word
11
5
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Penn State
Michigan State
9
3
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Pacific Lutheran
George Fox
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Eastern Arizona College
Mesa CC
12
3
7 Innings
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Kansas
9
0
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Fresno State
11
9
8 Innings [Read More]
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Pittsburg State
14
9
9 Innings [Read More]
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2014-04-04 Emporia State
Pittsburg State
8
2
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Pacific Lutheran
George Fox
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Pacific Lutheran
George Fox
6
5
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Northern Colorado
Sacramento State
10
2
6 Innings [Related Story]
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Sacramento State
9
1
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2014-04-04 Mary Washington
Southern Virginia
8
0
6 Innings
2014-04-04 Mary Washington
Southern Virginia
6
0
7 Innings
2014-04-04 LSU
Tennessee
7
4
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Grand Canyon
CSU Bakersfield
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-04 San Francisco State
Chaminade
6
3
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Arizona
Stanford
18
12
7 Innings [Read More]
Stanford posted 12 runs on 11 hits but fell at Arizona, 18-12.
2014-04-04 Seattle
Utah Valley
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Oregon
UCLA
9
7
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Seattle
Utah Valley
8
7
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Texas A&M
Kentucky
6
1
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Penn State
Michigan State
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3
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2014-04-04 DePaul
Notre Dame
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-04 St. Mary's (Texas)
Newman
6
5
7 Innings
2014-04-04 St. Mary's (Texas)
Newman
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-04 UC San Diego
Chaminade
9
5
7 Innings
2014-04-04 Northwest Nazarene
Chaminade
6
4
7 Innings
2014-04-03 Lenoir-Rhyne
King (Tennessee)
3
2
8 Innings
2014-04-03 Lenoir-Rhyne
King (Tennessee)
6
0
7 Innings
2014-04-03 Minnesota State Moorhead
St. Cloud State
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1
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Minnesota State Moorhead
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2014-04-03 Newbury
Regis (Mass.)
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2
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2014-04-03 Regis (Mass.)
Newbury
9
3
7 Innings
2014-04-03 William Paterson
Rutgers-Newark
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-03 William Paterson
Rutgers-Newark
2
1
8 Innings
2014-04-03 Oklahoma Baptist
Oklahoma City
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-03 Oklahoma City
Oklahoma Baptist
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-03 Lebanon Valley
Albright
9
2
7 Innings
2014-04-03 Lebanon Valley
Albright
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-03 LIU Post
St. Thomas Aquinas
14
4
5 Innings
2014-04-03 LIU Post
St. Thomas Aquinas
6
3
7 Innings
2014-04-03 Rutgers
Villanova
3
0
5 Innings
2014-04-03 Rutgers
Villanova
1
0
11 Innings
2014-04-03 Kean
Rowan
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-03 Rowan
Kean
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-03 Kean
Rowan
1
0
7 Innings
2014-04-03 Rowan
Kean
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Furman
Georgia State
7
6
8 Innings [Read More]
Freshman Kensey Caldwell led the way for the Panthers by going 3-for-4 and driving in three runs.

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Furman
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1
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Junior Lauren Coleman led the way with four RBI and two runs scored for the Panthers. She went 2-for-4 with a grand slam and a double. Freshman Kensey Caldwell stayed hot at the plate as she finished with two hits, drove in two runs and scored once.

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Texas State
19
7
5 Innings
2014-04-02 Eastern Michigan
Valparaiso
11
7
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Valparaiso
Eastern Michigan
13
3
6 Innings
2014-04-02 Regis (Mass.)
Wheelock
26
3
5 Innings
2014-04-02 Regis (Mass.)
Wheelock
20
0
5 Innings
2014-04-02 Georgia
Georgia Tech
9
7
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Penn State
St. Francis (Pennsylvania)
9
1
6 Innings
2014-04-02 St. Francis (Pennsylvania)
Penn State
4
2
8 Innings
2014-04-02 Georgia College
GRU Augusta
3
1
7 Innings
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Millersville
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2
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Millersville
4
0
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2014-04-02 Georgia College
GRU Augusta
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-02 George Mason
Norfolk State
8
7
7 Innings
2014-04-02 George Mason
Norfolk State
7
5
9 Innings
2014-04-02 Caldwell
Bloomfield
13
5
5 Innings [Related Story]
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Bloomfield
4
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-02 UAB
Lipscomb
5
3
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Lipscomb
UAB
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Stevens Institute
William Paterson
6
2
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Stevens Institute
William Paterson
4
3
8 Innings
2014-04-02 Minnesota State Mankato
Southwest Minnesota St.
2
0
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Minnesota State Mankato
Southwest Minnesota St.
9
3
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Salisbury
Virginia Wesleyan
1
0
8 Innings
2014-04-02 Salisbury
Virginia Wesleyan
8
0
6 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-04-02 Babson
MIT
9
2
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Babson
MIT
8
7
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Indianapolis
Ohio Dominican
8
3
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Indianapolis
Ohio Dominican
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-02 South Carolina Beaufort
Columbia (South Carolina)
6
5
7 Innings
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Columbia (South Carolina)
6
0
7 Innings
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Texas A&M
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-02 California
Pacific (California)
9
0
5 Innings
2014-04-02 Notre Dame
Michigan State
11
4
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Mansfield
Kutztown
3
1
8 Innings
2014-04-02 Nebraska
Creighton
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Mansfield
Kutztown
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Kentucky
Louisville
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Maryland
Syracuse
6
7
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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Behind a historic day from senior Jasmine Watson at the plate, the Syracuse softball team split a doubleheader at Maryland on Wednesday, April 2 at the Maryland Softball Stadium. Watson finished 3-for-7 with two home runs, one of them a grand slam, and eight runs batted in. The grand slam was the 39th homer of her career, moving Watson into sole possession of first place in the SU record books for career home runs. Watson's slam in the first game allowed Syracuse (13-16, 6-5 ACC) to pull away late for a 9-4 win, while she kept the Orange in game two with another homer and four more RBIs. However, SU came up short in the end, falling 7-6 to the Terrapins (3-25, 2-6 ACC). "I'm so happy for Jaz (Jasmine Watson). She never made it a big deal about herself," said head coach Leigh Ross. "It's a big accomplishment for her. She's a very humble kid and she's doing a great job leading us right now." In the opener, freshman Nicole Lundstrom and junior Julie Wambold each posted multi-hit games and senior Jasmine Watson smashed a grand slam to lead the Orange. Lundstrom was 2-for-2 with two runs batted in, three scored and reached base all four times. Wambold finished 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs. Junior Mary Dombrowski also reached based three times and scored twice. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (10-5) tossed her seventh complete game of the season, striking out five for her seventh straight win. Neither team could get anything going throughout the first three innings as O'Hara retired the first nine batters of the game she faced. Her counterpart, Brenna Nation, also didn't allow a hit in the first three innings, walking two and hitting one. A half inning later, Syracuse struck first. Lundstrom drew a leadoff walk to start the fourth and scored on Wambold's double to the left center gap to give the Orange a 1-0 lead. Maryland also broke through in the home half, scoring three times to go ahead 3-1. The first five batters all reached base safely with Lindsey Schmeiser plating Amanda McCann on a single to tie the score 1-1. After a walk loaded the bases, Candice Beards came through with a single up the middle to score two more runs. O'Hara, however, settled down and retired the next three batters to get out of the jam. Syracuse answered back in the fifth with three runs of its own to regain the lead at 4-3 on RBI hits by Lundstrom and Wambold. With one out and runners on second and third, Lundstrom's single to left dropped in, making it a 3-2 contest. A two-out walk to Watson loaded the bases and Wambold provided the go-ahead hit on a two-run single that landed just in front of the outstretched leftfielder. The Orange added five insurance runs in the sixth – four of them coming off the bat of Watson's two-out grand slam. Lundstrom drove in the first run of the inning with a two-out single to the opposite field two batters before. In the second game, four errors did Syracuse in, including two in a sixth-run, second inning for the Terrapins. But Watson's big day continued as she hit a three-run shot and had an RBI single to bring SU within one in the final inning. Relief pitcher Madison Martin retired the next three batters though to pick up her first win of the season. "The second game it all came down to the one inning," said Ross. "It was very frustrating. We made a couple of changes defensively and we just threw the ball around a little too much. That was just us beating us." Watson went 2-for-4 with the homer and four RBIs. It was the fourth straight game that she has homered, which is just one off the school record. Daniels also had two hits and freshman Alyssa Dewes smacked a two-run double. Lundstrom who went 1-for-2 with a pair of walks, reached base in seven straight at bats on the day. O'Hara allowed six runs – three earned – in two innings of work, taking the loss for just the first time in her last eight decisions. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin came on strong in relief, tossing four innings while giving up just one run on three hits. "We asked Syd (Sydney O'Hara) to throw as much as she could and she did a great job. Lindsey came in and threw well too." The two teams combined for eight runs in the second inning, with Syracuse jumping out to a 2-0 lead before Maryland answered with six runs for a 6-2 advantage through two. SU continued the hot-hitting early in nightcap. Back-to-back hits by O'Hara - a double - and sophomore Danielle Chitkowski put two on for Dewes, who lined a double of the left field wall to drive in both runners. In the bottom half, the Terrapins tied the game on McCann's two out single to center, with the second run coming across on an errant throw. Maryland proceeded to load the bases and scored four more runs on Schmeiser's single that never left the infield. After the first run scored on the play, two more touched home when Lundstrom's throw hit off the runner and kicked off to the backstop. Recognizing that no one was still covering home, Schmeiser took off and beat the tag at the plate. Watson responded in the third with her second homer of the day – this one a three-run shot to pull the Orange within 6-5. Daniels started things with a double to right and Lundstrom followed with a walk. Two batters later, Watson crushed a pitch to straight away center. SU didn't end things there, loading the bases on a Wambold double, O'Hara walk and an error with only one out still. But Nation retired the next two batters to get out of the inning. Maryland added an insurance run in the bottom of the fifth to make it 7-5 on Erin Pronobis' RBI single, plating Martin, who got on base with a one-out single. The Orange still wouldn't go away though, leaving the tying run on first and the go-ahead run at the plate in the final inning. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne doubled to begin the seventh, extending her reached bases streak to 16 consecutive games. Watson followed that up with a hard single to left, driving in pinch runner, freshman Kristina Kinsey. But Syracuse couldn't muster anything after that as Martin got the next three batters out to end the game. SU will make its home debut against RV/RV NC State on Saturday, April 5 at 1 p.m. for the first of three games. The second game will be played on Saturday with the finale taking place on Sunday, April 6.

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Behind a historic day from senior Jasmine Watson at the plate, the Syracuse softball team split a doubleheader at Maryland on Wednesday, April 2 at the Maryland Softball Stadium. Watson finished 3-for-7 with two home runs, one of them a grand slam, and eight runs batted in. The grand slam was the 39th homer of her career, moving Watson into sole possession of first place in the SU record books for career home runs. Watson's slam in the first game allowed Syracuse (13-16, 6-5 ACC) to pull away late for a 9-4 win, while she kept the Orange in game two with another homer and four more RBIs. However, SU came up short in the end, falling 7-6 to the Terrapins (3-25, 2-6 ACC). "I'm so happy for Jaz (Jasmine Watson). She never made it a big deal about herself," said head coach Leigh Ross. "It's a big accomplishment for her. She's a very humble kid and she's doing a great job leading us right now." In the opener, freshman Nicole Lundstrom and junior Julie Wambold each posted multi-hit games and senior Jasmine Watson smashed a grand slam to lead the Orange. Lundstrom was 2-for-2 with two runs batted in, three scored and reached base all four times. Wambold finished 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs. Junior Mary Dombrowski also reached based three times and scored twice. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (10-5) tossed her seventh complete game of the season, striking out five for her seventh straight win. Neither team could get anything going throughout the first three innings as O'Hara retired the first nine batters of the game she faced. Her counterpart, Brenna Nation, also didn't allow a hit in the first three innings, walking two and hitting one. A half inning later, Syracuse struck first. Lundstrom drew a leadoff walk to start the fourth and scored on Wambold's double to the left center gap to give the Orange a 1-0 lead. Maryland also broke through in the home half, scoring three times to go ahead 3-1. The first five batters all reached base safely with Lindsey Schmeiser plating Amanda McCann on a single to tie the score 1-1. After a walk loaded the bases, Candice Beards came through with a single up the middle to score two more runs. O'Hara, however, settled down and retired the next three batters to get out of the jam. Syracuse answered back in the fifth with three runs of its own to regain the lead at 4-3 on RBI hits by Lundstrom and Wambold. With one out and runners on second and third, Lundstrom's single to left dropped in, making it a 3-2 contest. A two-out walk to Watson loaded the bases and Wambold provided the go-ahead hit on a two-run single that landed just in front of the outstretched leftfielder. The Orange added five insurance runs in the sixth – four of them coming off the bat of Watson's two-out grand slam. Lundstrom drove in the first run of the inning with a two-out single to the opposite field two batters before. In the second game, four errors did Syracuse in, including two in a sixth-run, second inning for the Terrapins. But Watson's big day continued as she hit a three-run shot and had an RBI single to bring SU within one in the final inning. Relief pitcher Madison Martin retired the next three batters though to pick up her first win of the season. "The second game it all came down to the one inning," said Ross. "It was very frustrating. We made a couple of changes defensively and we just threw the ball around a little too much. That was just us beating us." Watson went 2-for-4 with the homer and four RBIs. It was the fourth straight game that she has homered, which is just one off the school record. Daniels also had two hits and freshman Alyssa Dewes smacked a two-run double. Lundstrom who went 1-for-2 with a pair of walks, reached base in seven straight at bats on the day. O'Hara allowed six runs – three earned – in two innings of work, taking the loss for just the first time in her last eight decisions. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin came on strong in relief, tossing four innings while giving up just one run on three hits. "We asked Syd (Sydney O'Hara) to throw as much as she could and she did a great job. Lindsey came in and threw well too." The two teams combined for eight runs in the second inning, with Syracuse jumping out to a 2-0 lead before Maryland answered with six runs for a 6-2 advantage through two. SU continued the hot-hitting early in nightcap. Back-to-back hits by O'Hara - a double - and sophomore Danielle Chitkowski put two on for Dewes, who lined a double of the left field wall to drive in both runners. In the bottom half, the Terrapins tied the game on McCann's two out single to center, with the second run coming across on an errant throw. Maryland proceeded to load the bases and scored four more runs on Schmeiser's single that never left the infield. After the first run scored on the play, two more touched home when Lundstrom's throw hit off the runner and kicked off to the backstop. Recognizing that no one was still covering home, Schmeiser took off and beat the tag at the plate. Watson responded in the third with her second homer of the day – this one a three-run shot to pull the Orange within 6-5. Daniels started things with a double to right and Lundstrom followed with a walk. Two batters later, Watson crushed a pitch to straight away center. SU didn't end things there, loading the bases on a Wambold double, O'Hara walk and an error with only one out still. But Nation retired the next two batters to get out of the inning. Maryland added an insurance run in the bottom of the fifth to make it 7-5 on Erin Pronobis' RBI single, plating Martin, who got on base with a one-out single. The Orange still wouldn't go away though, leaving the tying run on first and the go-ahead run at the plate in the final inning. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne doubled to begin the seventh, extending her reached bases streak to 16 consecutive games. Watson followed that up with a hard single to left, driving in pinch runner, freshman Kristina Kinsey. But Syracuse couldn't muster anything after that as Martin got the next three batters out to end the game. SU will make its home debut against RV/RV NC State on Saturday, April 5 at 1 p.m. for the first of three games. The second game will be played on Saturday with the finale taking place on Sunday, April 6.

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Alverno
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0
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Alverno
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1
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7
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Coastal Carolina
2
1
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North Carolina-Wilmington
2
1
7 Innings
2014-04-02 California (Pennsylvania)
Edinboro
11
2
6 Innings
2014-04-02 California (Pennsylvania)
Edinboro
12
1
5 Innings
2014-04-02 North Carolina State
Campbell
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-02 James Madison
Virginia Tech
9
4
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Michigan
Detroit
10
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
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UC Santa Barbara
8
1
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Mary Washington
York (Pa.)
3
0
7 Innings
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York (Pa.)
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0
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-04-02 UMBC
Howard
10
0
5 Innings [Read More]
UMBC with two grand slams.
2014-04-02 Tiffin
Ohio Valley
14
1
5 Innings
2014-04-02 Ohio Valley
Tiffin
6
4
7 Innings
2014-04-02 George Washington
Cornell
16
14
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Central Connecticut State
Holy Cross
8
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-02 James Madison
Virginia Tech
5
2
7 Innings
2014-04-02 UMBC
Howard
10
6
7 Innings
2014-04-02 George Washington
Cornell
4
3
7 Innings
2014-04-02 Dixie State
Chaminade
8
0
6 Innings
2014-04-01 King (Tennessee)
North Greenville
9
7
7 Innings
2014-04-01 King (Tennessee)
North Greenville
2
1
9 Innings
2014-04-01 Bluffton
Defiance
4
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-01 Bluffton
Defiance
9
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-01 Western Michigan
Valparaiso
5
0
7 Innings
2014-04-01 McKendree
Missouri Baptist
5
3
7 Innings
2014-04-01 East Stroudsburg
Millersville
5
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-01 Millersville
East Stroudsburg
5
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-01 Princeton
Rider
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Princeton
Rider
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Caldwell
Nyack
9
1
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-01 Caldwell
Nyack
11
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-01 UAB
Jacksonville State
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Washington
Seattle
11
0
5 Innings
2014-04-01 MIT
Smith
6
4
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Smith
MIT
3
2
8 Innings
2014-04-01 Kutztown
Lock Haven
8
0
5 Innings
2014-04-01 Kutztown
Lock Haven
9
2
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Carson-Newman
Lincoln Memorial
9
5
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Lincoln Memorial
Carson-Newman
4
0
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Dixie State
Chaminade
16
0
5 Innings
2014-04-01 Rutgers
Seton Hall
12
5
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Oregon
UC Santa Barbara
10
4
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Oregon
UC Santa Barbara
2
1
8 Innings [Read More]
Alexa Peterson's walk-off single gives the Ducks a 2-1 win over UCSB in eight innings.
2014-04-01 William Paterson
Rowan
4
3
8 Innings
2014-04-01 William Paterson
Rowan
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-01 LSU
Louisiana-Monroe
14
1
5 Innings
2014-04-01 St. Mary's (Texas)
Texas A&M-Kingsville
1
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Maricela Bissaro's walk-off hit with zero outs.
2014-04-01 Coe
Loras
11
3
6 Innings
2014-04-01 Coe
Loras
6
1
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Arkansas
Missouri State
9
0
5 Innings
2014-04-01 Florida A&M
Alabama State
8
6
7 Innings
2014-04-01 St. Gregory's
Oklahoma City
3
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-01 Oklahoma City
St. Gregory's
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-04-01 Notre Dame
Ball State
11
4
7 Innings [Read More]
ND starter Laura Winter officially sets program wins record with her 97th career victory.
2014-04-01 Rosemont
Baptist Bible (Pa.)
10
6
7 Innings
2014-04-01 LIU Post
Bridgeport (Conn.)
9
0
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Baptist Bible (Pa.)
Rosemont
5
4
7 Innings
2014-04-01 LIU Post
Bridgeport (Conn.)
3
1
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Alverno
Maranatha Baptist
24
0
5 Innings
2014-04-01 Alverno
Maranatha Baptist
26
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Alverno's Emily Ortner hit grand slam for her second home run of the season.
2014-04-01 Texas A&M-Kingsville
St. Mary's (Texas)
9
4
7 Innings [Read More]
St. Mary's 18-game winning streak snapped.
2014-04-01 Wayne State (Michigan)
Hillsdale
4
2
8 Innings
2014-04-01 Wayne State (Michigan)
Hillsdale
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Lebanon Valley
Lycoming
8
4
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Lebanon Valley
Lycoming
3
0
7 Innings
2014-04-01 William Paterson
Rowan
4
3
8 Innings
2014-04-01 Piedmont
Covenant (Ga.)
10
2
6 Innings
2014-04-01 Piedmont
Covenant (Ga.)
8
0
6 Innings [Read More]
Piedmont is now 31-3 overall and 19-1 in the USA South and have won nine in a row.
2014-04-01 Kean
New Jersey City
4
2
7 Innings
2014-04-01 William Paterson
Rowan
3
2
7 Innings
2014-04-01 Kean
New Jersey City
9
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
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Perfect Game
2014-03-31 Central (Iowa)
Wisconsin-Eau Claire
8
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-31 Central (Iowa)
Wisconsin-Eau Claire
9
8
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-31 Norfolk State
Howard
18
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-31 Norfolk State
Howard
13
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-31 Kutztown
Millersville
7
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-31 Millersville
Kutztown
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-31 Dartmouth
Princeton
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Dartmouth
Princeton
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Salisbury
Southern Virginia
14
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Grand slam: Katie Sebbane
2014-03-31 Salisbury
Southern Virginia
11
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-03-31 Minnesota State Mankato
Minnesota-Crookston
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Minnesota State Mankato
Minnesota-Crookston
10
0
5 Innings
2014-03-31 California (Pennsylvania)
Seton Hill
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-31 California (Pennsylvania)
Seton Hill
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-31 Georgia College
Armstrong
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Georgia College
Armstrong
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Armstrong
Georgia College
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Pacific Lutheran
Williamette
14
6
5 Innings
2014-03-31 Williamette
Pacific Lutheran
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Dixie State
Chaminade
11
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-03-31 Dixie State
Chaminade
14
1
5 Innings
2014-03-31 Florida State
North Carolina
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Cedarville
Ursuline
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Cedarville
Ursuline
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Long Beach State
UC Davis
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Cedarville
Ursuline
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Murray State
Eastern Illinois
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-31 West Alabama
Christian Brothers
8
6
7 Innings
2014-03-31 Emporia State
Northern State
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 King (Tennessee)
Lees-McRae
10
2
7 Innings
2014-03-30 King (Tennessee)
Lees-McRae
10
2
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Bluffton
Rose-Hulman
11
3
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Bluffton
Rose-Hulman
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Louisiana-Lafayette
Texas State
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 South Carolina
Ole Miss
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Dubuque
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Wisconsin-Eau Claire
St. Scholastica
7
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Southern Indiana
McKendree
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Southern Indiana
McKendree
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 East Carolina
Florida International
12
2
5 Innings
2014-03-30 Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Cal State Chico
Cal State San Bernadino
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Cal State San Bernadino
Cal State Chico
9
5
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Lincoln Memorial
Newberry
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-30 Lincoln Memorial
Newberry
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Georgia State
Troy
6
1
7 Innings [Read More]
GSU starter Kaitlyn Medlam pitched a complete-game one-hitter. She allowed one run on one hit in the bottom of the first, but did not allow a base runner over the final six innings. Freshman Taylor Thorpe led the way with three RBI for the Panthers.

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2014-03-30 Piedmont
Huntingdon
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Piedmont
Huntingdon
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Georgia College
Flagler
14
7
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Georgia College
Flagler
8
0
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Linfield
Pacific Lutheran
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Pacific Lutheran
Linfield
7
5
7 Innings
2014-03-30 West Alabama
Christian Brothers
8
5
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Whitworth
George Fox
10
4
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Whitworth
George Fox
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Minnesota State Mankato
Bemidji State
11
0
5 Innings
2014-03-30 Minnesota State Mankato
Bemidji State
11
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Wayne State (Nebraska)
Minnesota State Moorhead
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Wayne State (Nebraska)
Minnesota State Moorhead
8
2
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Urbana
Concord
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Urbana
Concord
0
8
6 Innings
2014-03-30 Florida A&M
Savannah State
7
5
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Florida A&M
Savannah State
15
1
5 Innings
2014-03-30 Fresno State
Utah State
4
3
7 Innings [Read More]
'Dogs score 2 runs in 7th inning for comeback win. Jill Compton (12-6) gets win for pitching the final 4 innings & strikes out 6, walks 6 and allows only 1 hit.

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2014-03-30 Upper Iowa
Minnesota-Duluth
2
8
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Minnesota-Duluth
Upper Iowa
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-30 McNeese State
Northwestern State
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Northwestern State
McNeese State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Oregon
Washington
4
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Oregon's all-time career home run leader, Kailee Cuico, hit a two-run walk-off homer to give the Ducks their first sweep of Washington in school history.
2014-03-30 Olivet
Alma
2
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Morgan Stratton threw a complete game, 3-hitter. Alyssa Nielsen went 3-for-3 at the plate.

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2014-03-30 Olivet
Alma
2
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Olivet rallied with two late runs to gain the win.

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2014-03-30 Florida State
North Carolina
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Florida State
North Carolina
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Colorado Mesa
Regis (Colorado)
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-30 Colorado State-Pueblo
Regis (Colorado)
6
5
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Long Beach State
UC Davis
9
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Long Beach State
UC Davis
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-30 Fort Lewis
Colorado School of Mines
8
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Armstrong
GRU Augusta
20
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Hannah Reppert ties NCAA DII single-game record with four home runs; Pirates set new PBC single-game record with eight home runs

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2014-03-30 GRU Augusta
Armstrong
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Florida Southern
Florida Tech
4
2
14 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 North Georgia
North Carolina-Pembroke
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 North Georgia
North Carolina-Pembroke
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-30 Ohio Dominican
Hillsdale
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Ohio Dominican
Hillsdale
11
2
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Fort Lewis
Colorado School of Mines
13
8
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Valparaiso
Illinois-Chicago
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Colorado-Colorado Springs
Colorado Christian
16
8
6 Innings [Read More]
Grand slam: Jessica Belsterling in second inning
2014-03-30 Texas A&M
Arkansas
11
7
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Colorado-Colorado Springs
Colorado Christian
16
5
5 Innings [Read More]
Grand slams: Jordan Hitchings and Nikki Hoffman, both in second inning
2014-03-30 Young Harris
Francis Marion
8
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Eastern Illinois
Murray State
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Young Harris
Francis Marion
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Eastern Illinois
Murray State
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Millikin
Wisconsin-Platteville
11
6
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Millikin
Wisconsin-Platteville
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 California
Oregon State
13
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Lake Forest
Monmouth (Ill.)
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-30 Lake Forest
Monmouth (Ill.)
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Purdue
Michigan State
10
1
6 Innings [Read More]
Senior Andie Varsho tied Purdue's career hits record (255).

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2014-03-30 Michigan State
Purdue
6
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Kansas
Oklahoma State
2
1
9 Innings [Read More]
Kansas has now won seven-straight Big 12 contests dating back to 2013 and is off to its best start in Big 12 action since 1997.

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2014-03-30 UCLA
Utah
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Kentucky
Auburn
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Auburn
Kentucky
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Coe
Wisconsin-Stout
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Coe
Wisconsin-Stout
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Illinois-Chicago
Valparaiso
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-30 Tiffin
Findlay
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Virginia Tech
Boston College
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Alabama-Huntsville
North Alabama
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Iowa
Wisconsin
4
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Whitney Repole went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead the Iowa offense. Megan Blank hit her 1st home run of the season and is now tied for 16th all-time in career home runs at Iowa. Kayla Massey matches her season-high with 7 strikeouts.

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2014-03-30 Houston
Louisville
8
5
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Wisconsin Lutheran
Alverno
9
5
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Wisconsin Lutheran
Alverno
12
3
6 Innings
2014-03-30 Western Illinois
South Dakota State
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-30 West Alabama
Christian Brothers
12
4
5 Innings
2014-03-30 Saint Joseph's (Indiana)
Lewis
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-30 Saint Joseph's (Indiana)
Lewis
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Nebraska
Northwestern
10
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-30 Samford
Appalachian State
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Incarnate Word
Nicholls State
11
10
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Coe
Wisconsin-Stout
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Findlay
Tiffin
10
4
7 Innings
2014-03-30 Virginia Tech
Boston College
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Louisiana-Lafayette
Texas State
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Louisiana-Lafayette
Texas State
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-29 South Carolina
Ole Miss
13
5
6 Innings
2014-03-29 South Carolina
Ole Miss
9
5
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Simpson (Iowa)
6
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 Simpson (Iowa)
Wisconsin-Eau Claire
5
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 Lubbock Christian
St. Edward's
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Lubbock Christian
St. Edward's
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Eastern Arizona College
Scottsdale CC
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Eastern Arizona College
Mesa CC
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Caldwell
Goldey-Beacom
16
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 Florida International
East Carolina
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Florida International
East Carolina
11
9
7 Innings
2014-03-29 UMKC
Grand Canyon
4
2
11 Innings
2014-03-29 Cal State Fullerton
UC Santa Barbara
10
0
5 Innings
2014-03-29 UC Santa Barbara
Cal State Fullerton
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Troy
Georgia State
9
6
7 Innings [Read More]
GSU first baseman Lauren Coleman led the team with a three-run homer. MeQuilla Franklin and Kensey Caldwell also hit home runs.

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2014-03-29 Georgia State
Troy
6
4
7 Innings [Read More]
GSU starting pitcher Kaitlyn Medlam earned the win after tossing a complete game. She allowed four runs on eight hits.

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2014-03-29 Nova Southeastern
Lynn
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Nova Southeastern
Lynn
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Hawaii Hilo
Azusa Pacific
13
8
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 Azusa Pacific
Hawaii Hilo
5
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Azusa Pacific head coach Carrie Webber's 200th career coaching win

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2014-03-29 Whitworth
George Fox
8
6
7 Innings
2014-03-29 George Fox
Whitworth
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Emporia State
Washburn
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Emporia State
Washburn
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Wayne State (Nebraska)
Northern State
14
4
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Wayne State (Nebraska)
Northern State
14
4
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Louisiana College
Mississippi College
9
8
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Mississippi College
Louisiana College
11
3
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 Principia
St. Louis College of Pharmacy
8
2
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Principia
St. Louis College of Pharmacy
7
6
8 Innings
2014-03-29 Savannah State
Florida A&M
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-29 Angelo State
Midwestern State
11
2
5 Innings
2014-03-29 Angelo State
Midwestern State
14
13
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Oregon
Washington
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-29 Oregon
Washington
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Florida Southern
Florida Tech
2
1
10 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 Colorado School of Mines
Fort Lewis
2
1
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 Fort Lewis
Colorado School of Mines
6
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 Colorado-Colorado Springs
Colorado Christian
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Colorado-Colorado Springs
Colorado Christian
9
7
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Alabama-Huntsville
North Alabama
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-29 North Alabama
Alabama-Huntsville
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 South Dakota State
Western Illinois
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-29 South Dakota State
Western Illinois
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Nicholls State
Incarnate Word
18
1
5 Innings
2014-03-29 Nicholls State
Incarnate Word
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Nicholls State
Incarnate Word
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Wisconsin-Stout
Wartburg
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Augustana (Ill.)
Wisconsin-Stout
10
7
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Fresno State
Utah State
8
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Hannah Harris logs her 1st shut out of the season and allows only two hits. Bulldog hitters score eight runs on nine hits and steal four bases.

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2014-03-29 Fresno State
Utah State
8
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Hannah Harris logs her 1st shut out of the season and allows only two hits. Bulldog hitters score eight runs on nine hits and steal four bases.

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2014-03-29 Colorado State-Pueblo
Regis (Colorado)
8
6
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Regis (Colorado)
Colorado Mesa
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Western Kentucky
Texas-Arlington
8
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
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2014-03-29 Western Kentucky
Texas-Arlington
8
5
8 Innings
2014-03-29 UCLA
Utah
13
3
6 Innings
2014-03-29 California Baptist
Chaminade
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-29 California Baptist
Chaminade
8
2
7 Innings
2014-03-29 New Mexico State
Seattle
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-29 New Mexico State
Seattle
9
3
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Texas A&M
Arkansas
9
8
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Texas A&M
Arkansas
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-29 South Alabama
Louisiana-Monroe
7
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 Millikin
Wisconsin-Stevens Point
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Millikin
Carroll (Wis.)
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-29 UAB
North Texas
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Utah Valley
CSU Bakersfield
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Coe
Ripon
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-29 Coe
Ripon
11
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Houston
Louisville
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Houston
Louisville
6
5
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Wisconsin
Iowa
8
4
7 Innings [Read More]
Iowa's Megan Blank went 3-for-4 with a triple. Drove in a team-high 3 runs

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2014-03-29 Iowa
Wisconsin
4
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Four Hawkeyes recorded multiple hit performances: Megan Blank (3-for-4), Brianna Luna (2-for-4), Kayla Massey (2-for-4) and Erin Erickson (2-for-4)

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2014-03-29 Nebraska
Northwestern
13
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 North Central (Ill.)
Monmouth (Ill.)
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-29 North Central (Ill.)
Monmouth (Ill.)
11
3
5 Innings
2014-03-29 Utah Valley
CSU Bakersfield
9
4
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Samford
Appalachian State
3
2
8 Innings [Read More]
Callie Brister walk-off solo home run.
2014-03-29 Samford
Appalachian State
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Indianapolis
Lewis
6
0
6 Innings
2014-03-29 Indianapolis
Lewis
12
0
5 Innings
2014-03-29 Kansas
Oklahoma State
4
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 UC San Diego
Cal State Stanislaus
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-29 St. Mary's (Texas)
Texas-Permian Basin
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Concordia (Wis.)
Alverno
9
3
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Concordia (Wis.)
Alverno
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-29 South Alabama
Louisiana-Monroe
2
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
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2014-03-29 UAB
North Texas
9
1
6 Innings
2014-03-29 Oklahoma City
Northwood (Texas)
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Oklahoma City
Northwood (Texas)
6
5
9 Innings
2014-03-29 Virginia Tech
Boston College
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-29 Michigan
Penn State
12
4
5 Innings [Read More]
Nicole Sappingfield batted 4-for-4

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2014-03-29 UC San Diego
Cal State Stanislaus
9
1
6 Innings
2014-03-29 Central Connecticut State
Sacred Heart
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 Central Connecticut State
Sacred Heart
5
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-29 DePaul
Providence
12
0
5 Innings
2014-03-29 DePaul
Providence
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Bluffton
Heidelberg
9
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-28 Miami (Ohio)
Kent State
4
3
9 Innings
2014-03-28 Miami (Ohio)
Kent State
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-28 St. Edward's
Lubbock Christian
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Grand Canyon
UMKC
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Grand Canyon
UMKC
3
2
8 Innings
2014-03-28 Cal State Chico
Cal State San Bernadino
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Cal State San Bernadino
Cal State Chico
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Academy of Art
Holy Names
6
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-28 Academy of Art
Holy Names
8
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-28 Winona State
St. Cloud State
6
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-28 Winona State
St. Cloud State
7
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-28 Nova Southeastern
Lynn
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-28 Emporia State
Washburn
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Emporia State
Washburn
9
3
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Mississippi College
Louisiana College
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Angelo State
Midwestern State
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-28 Angelo State
Midwestern State
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-28 Ohio Dominican
Findlay
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Ohio Dominican
Findlay
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Fresno State
Utah State
6
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Jill Compton strikes out five in her fifth shutout of the year (and hands Utah State its first conference loss of 2014).

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2014-03-28 Michigan
Penn State
22
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Sara Driesenga hit a grand slam and pitched a complete-game shutout. Brandi Virgil and Katie Luetkens also homered.

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2014-03-28 Michigan
Penn State
6
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Haylie Wagner pitched a complete-game, one-hitter shutout.

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2014-03-28 Oklahoma City
Texas Wesleyan
8
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-28 Texas Wesleyan
Oklahoma City
9
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-28 UCLA
Utah
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-28 Kansas
Oklahoma State
1
0
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-28 New Mexico State
Seattle
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Stanford
Pacific (California)
8
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Stanford recorded 10 hits and drew six walks to earn a convincing 8-0 victory at Pacific.
2014-03-28 Stanford
Pacific (California)
8
0
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Indiana
Ohio State
11
7
7 Innings [Read More]
Indiana's Kelsey Dotson drove a walk-off grand slam to cap off a seven-run comeback over Ohio State.
2014-03-28 Auburn
Kentucky
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-28 St. Mary's (Texas)
Texas-Permian Basin
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-28 St. Mary's (Texas)
Texas-Permian Basin
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-28 Florida Southern
Florida Tech
7
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Panthers commit three years, which lead to five unearned runs in the loss.

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2014-03-28 North Dakota State
IUPUI
11
4
7 Innings [Read More]
NDSU DP Jackie Stifter 3-for-3 with first collegiate home run, three runs scored and two RBI
2014-03-28 UC San Diego
Cal State Stanislaus
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-28 Utah Valley
CSU Bakersfield
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-28 North Dakota State
IUPUI
2
1
9 Innings [Read More]
NDSU 2B Cheyenne Garcia hits game-winning home run in top of 9th inning with one out NDSU P Krista Menke (13-4) works out of bases loaded jam with no outs in B7th. Garcia throws out runner at home, Menke strikes out two to end threat.
2014-03-28 UC San Diego
Cal State Stanislaus
10
1
5 Innings
2014-03-28 Northwestern
Nebraska
10
2
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-27 Texas State
Lamar
10
1
5 Innings
2014-03-27 Millersville
Bowie State
8
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-27 Millersville
Bowie State
13
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-27 William Paterson
Drew
10
1
5 Innings
2014-03-27 William Paterson
Drew
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-27 North Georgia
Georgia College
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-27 North Georgia
Georgia College
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Providence
Rhode Island
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-27 George Fox
Lewis & Clark
10
4
7 Innings
2014-03-27 George Fox
Lewis & Clark
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Virginia-Wise
Concord
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-27 Virginia-Wise
Concord
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-27 George Mason
Virginia
15
5
7 Innings
2014-03-27 George Mason
Virginia
17
6
7 Innings
2014-03-27 West Alabama
Young Harris
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Young Harris
West Alabama
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Case Western Reserve
Westminster (Pa.)
13
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-27 Kutztown
West Chester
4
3
10 Innings
2014-03-27 Case Western Reserve
Westminster (Pa.)
13
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-27 West Chester
Kutztown
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Case Western Reserve
Westminster (Pa.)
7
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-27 Azusa Pacific
Chaminade
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Azusa Pacific
Chaminade
21
0
5 Innings
2014-03-27 North Georgia
Georgia College
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-27 North Georgia
Georgia College
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-27 North Carolina
Elon
13
1
6 Innings
2014-03-27 Felician
Lincoln (Pennsylvania)
28
1
5 Innings [Read More]
Felician sets school records for runs in an inning (14), game (28), and doubleheader (41). Junior OF Haylee Wiliams sets Felician record with 5 runs scored.

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2014-03-27 Felician
Lincoln (Pennsylvania)
13
2
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-27 Rowan
Haverford
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Rowan
Haverford
12
0
5 Innings
2014-03-27 Coastal Carolina
Campbell
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Eastern Illinois
Valparaiso
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Rutgers
Hofstra
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Virginia Wesleyan
Mary Washington
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-27 UMBC
George Washington
10
6
7 Innings
2014-03-27 St. John's (New York)
Iona
13
7
7 Innings
2014-03-27 Hofstra
Rutgers
13
1
5 Innings
2014-03-27 Virginia Wesleyan
Mary Washington
10
1
5 Innings
2014-03-26 King (Tennessee)
Belmont Abbey
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-26 King (Tennessee)
Belmont Abbey
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Kennesaw State
Georgia Tech
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Kalamazoo
MIT
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Buffalo State
MIT
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-26 Lincoln Memorial
Anderson (South Carolina)
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Anderson (South Carolina)
Lincoln Memorial
15
6
5 Innings
2014-03-26 Nova Southeastern
Barry
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Nova Southeastern
Barry
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Minnesota State Mankato
Concordia-St. Paul
8
2
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Minnesota State Mankato
Concordia-St. Paul
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Wayne State (Nebraska)
Augustana (South Dakota)
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Augustana (South Dakota)
Wayne State (Nebraska)
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Northwestern
Northern Illinois
13
2
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-26 McKendree
Illinois-Springfield
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-26 McKendree
Illinois-Springfield
11
10
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Coe
Cornell College
5
2
6 Innings
2014-03-26 Cornell College
Coe
7
3
9 Innings
2014-03-26 North Carolina State
Elon
13
5
5 Innings [Read More]
NC State hit a season-high four home runs during the contest. Junior Renada Davis recorded her second multi-homer game.

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2014-03-26 Azusa Pacific
Chaminade
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-26 Azusa Pacific
Chaminade
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-26 CSU Bakersfield
Cal State Fullerton
10
10
7 Innings [Read More]
Game called on account of darkness. Officially ended in a tie.
2014-03-26 Trinity (Texas)
Pacific Lutheran
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Pacific Lutheran
Trinity (Texas)
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Campbell
Coastal Carolina
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Coastal Carolina
Campbell
8
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Coastal Carolina head coach Kelley Green recorded her 500th career win. She is now 500-250 for her 15-year career as a head coach. 154 of the wins have come at Coastal.
2014-03-26 Auburn
Georgia State
16
1
5 Innings
2014-03-26 Western Illinois
Morehead State
3
3
6 Innings [Read More]
Game called due to darkness
2014-03-26 Western Illinois
Morehead State
10
3
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Florida State
Florida A&M
8
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
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Lacey Waldrop threw her third no-hitter of 2014 and fifth of her career.

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2014-03-26 Illinois Wesleyan
Monmouth (Ill.)
9
1
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Illinois Wesleyan
Monmouth (Ill.)
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-26 Nebraska
Omaha
10
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Hailey Decker Grand Slam
2014-03-26 Notre Dame
Eastern Michigan
12
2
5 Innings [Read More]
Pitcher Laura Winter set the Notre Dame program record for career wins with her 97th victory at Notre Dame.
2014-03-26 UCLA
UC Santa Barbara
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-26 UCLA
UC Santa Barbara
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Piedmont
Maryville (Tenn.)
7
4
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Piedmont
Maryville (Tenn.)
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-26 North Carolina
East Carolina
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Cal State Fullerton
CSU Bakersfield
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Louisville
DePaul
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-26 Louisville
DePaul
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-26 Southern Utah
Utah State
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-25 Tennessee-Martin
Ole Miss
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-25 Eastern Arizona College
Chandler-Gilbert CC
14
0
5 Innings
2014-03-25 Eastern Arizona College
Chandler-Gilbert CC
8
0
7 Innings
2014-03-25 MIT
Lawrence
12
10
7 Innings
2014-03-25 MIT
St. Catherine (Minn.)
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-25 Georgia State
Kennesaw State
8
0
7 Innings [Read More]
GSU senior starting pitcher Kaitlyn Medlam tossed a complete-game, one-hit shutout to lead the Panthers to an 8-0 over in-state rival Kennesaw State to clinch the season series.

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2014-03-25 Nova Southeastern
Barry
2
1
8 Innings
2014-03-25 George Fox
St. Olaf
8
0
7 Innings
2014-03-25 George Fox
St. Olaf
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-25 Fontbonne
Principia
17
0
5 Innings
2014-03-25 Fontbonne
Principia
23
0
5 Innings
2014-03-25 St. Gregory's
Oklahoma City
4
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-25 St. Gregory's
Oklahoma City
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-25 Francis Marion
Erskine
5
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-25 Hawaii Hilo
UC San Diego
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-25 Jackson State
Arkansas
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-25 Arkansas
Jackson State
7
4
7 Innings
2014-03-25 St. Mary's (Texas)
Texas Woman's University
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-25 St. Mary's (Texas)
Texas Woman's University
10
7
7 Innings
2014-03-25 Hawaii Hilo
UC San Diego
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-25 Francis Marion
Erskine
11
1
5 Innings [Read More]
Ashley Burney with 2-homer, Megan Smith with grand slam, Olivia Zielinksi with 3-run double
2014-03-24 King (Tennessee)
Newberry
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-24 King (Tennessee)
Newberry
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-24 Buena Vista
MIT
2
1
8 Innings
2014-03-24 St. Thomas (Minn.)
MIT
13
0
5 Innings
2014-03-24 George Fox
St. Olaf
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-24 George Fox
Gustavus Adolphus
16
5
7 Innings
2014-03-24 Colorado-Colorado Springs
Eastern New Mexico
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-24 Colorado-Colorado Springs
Eastern New Mexico
6
5
7 Innings
2014-03-24 East Texas Baptist
Pacific Lutheran
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-24 East Texas Baptist
Pacific Lutheran
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-24 Piedmont
Wesleyan (Ga.)
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-24 Piedmont
Wesleyan (Ga.)
11
3
5 Innings
2014-03-24 Arizona State
Stanford
7
5
7 Innings [Read More]
Stanford led Arizona State for six-and-a-half innings Monday but the Sun Devils rallied for five runs in the seventh inning to defeat the Cardinal, 7-5.
2014-03-24 Seattle
Northwest University
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-24 UCLA
Washington
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-24 Colorado School of Mines
Regis (Colorado)
10
5
7 Innings
2014-03-24 Arizona
Oregon State
14
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-24 Regis (Colorado)
Colorado School of Mines
9
4
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Millersville
Lock Haven
4
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 Millersville
Lock Haven
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 Florida International
UAB
8
4
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Grand Canyon
Santa Clara
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Louisiana-Lafayette
Georgia State
13
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 St. Cloud State
Missouri Southern State
8
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 St. Cloud State
Pittsburg State
5
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 Seton Hall
Providence
7
5
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Emporia State
Wayne State (Nebraska)
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Emporia State
Northern State
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Minnesota State Mankato
Missouri Western State
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Minnesota State Mankato
Northwest Missouri State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Colorado-Colorado Springs
Western New Mexico
9
8
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Western New Mexico
Colorado-Colorado Springs
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Holy Family
Molloy
4
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 Molloy
Holy Family
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 Texas-Tyler
Pacific Lutheran
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-23 Texas-Tyler
Pacific Lutheran
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Boise State
Fresno State
8
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Reliever Hannah Harris retires all 11 batters she faces from the 3rd inning on.

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2014-03-23 North Georgia
South Carolina-Aiken
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 South Carolina-Aiken
North Georgia
5
1
7 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-03-23 Arizona
Oregon State
13
1
5 Innings
2014-03-23 Utah State
Colorado State
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Coe
Augustana (Ill.)
3
2
8 Innings
2014-03-23 Coe
Washington (Mo.)
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Alabama-Huntsville
Delta State
6
5
9 Innings
2014-03-23 MIT
Wisconsin-Oshkosh
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Carleton
MIT
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Francis Marion
Georgia College
8
4
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Georgia College
Francis Marion
8
5
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Arkansas
Ole Miss
15
7
5 Innings
2014-03-23 Norfolk State
Coppin State
16
9
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 Arizona State
Stanford
9
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Arizona State capitalized on a seven-run third inning to take the second game of the series, 9-0.
2014-03-23 Arizona State
Stanford
16
15
9 Innings [Read More]
Stanford erased a six-run deficit in the seventh inning and the game went to extra frames where the Cardinal fell to Arizona State, 16-15.
2014-03-23 Arizona
Arizona
13
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 Tennessee
South Carolina
6
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 California
Santa Clara
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Trine
Case Western Reserve
10
7
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Trine
Case Western Reserve
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Washington
UCLA
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-23 Nebraska
Minnesota
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Minnesota
Nebraska
13
4
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Dixie State
Hawaii Hilo
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Dixie State
Hawaii Hilo
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Kentucky
Kent State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Louisville
Rutgers
11
3
6 Innings
2014-03-23 Millikin
Loras
10
2
6 Innings
2014-03-23 Millikin
Loras
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Barry
Rollins
6
5
9 Innings
2014-03-23 Rollins
Barry
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Tennessee Tech
Eastern Illinois
10
2
6 Innings
2014-03-23 Eastern Illinois
Tennessee Tech
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Houston Baptist
Southeastern Louisiana
10
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 Mississippi State
Auburn
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Cal State Northridge
Pacific (California)
7
5
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Cal State Northridge
Oregon State
7
5
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Regis (Colorado)
Colorado School of Mines
10
8
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Lewis
McKendree
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-23 California
Princeton
9
0
6 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-03-23 California
California
9
0
6 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-03-23 Lewis
McKendree
7
5
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Francis Marion
Georgia College
8
4
7 Innings [Read More]
Francis Marion head coach Stacey Vallee's 300th career victory.

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2014-03-23 Georgia College
Francis Marion
8
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 Western Kentucky
Troy
5
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
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2014-03-23 South Alabama
Texas-Arlington
2
1
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-23 James Madison
Hofstra
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Houston
Temple
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-23 North Carolina State
Virginia Tech
5
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Junior pitcher Emily Weiman threw her ninth complete game shutout

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2014-03-23 Mount St. Mary's
UMBC
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Kansas
Kentucky
7
5
7 Innings [Read More]
Kansas upset No. 8 Kentucky

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2014-03-23 LIU Post
Dominican (New York)
9
0
6 Innings
2014-03-23 LIU Post
Dominican (New York)
14
0
5 Innings
2014-03-23 Kean
DeSales
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-23 DeSales
Kean
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Colorado School of Mines
Regis (Colorado)
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-23 CSU Bakersfield
Pacific (California)
3
2
9 Innings
2014-03-23 Abilene Christian
Incarnate Word
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 Coastal Carolina
Gardner-Webb
8
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Coastal Carolina freshman Amanda Daneker hit a grand slam for her first career home run.
2014-03-23 UMBC
St. Peter's
10
0
5 Innings
2014-03-23 South Florida
Connecticut
8
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
[Read More]
**I messed up entering this game the first time. This is the correct entry. Sara Nevins throws 2nd no-hitter this season in 8-0 win.
2014-03-23 South Florida
Connecticut
8
0
7 Innings
2014-03-23 North Carolina
Maryland
12
3
5 Innings
2014-03-22 Transylvania
Bluffton
8
6
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-22 Bluffton
Transylvania
7
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-22 Texas Tech
Texas State
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Texas Tech
Texas State
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Kent State
St. Francis (Pennsylvania)
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Kent State
Fairfield
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Rogers State
St. Edward's
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 UAB
Florida International
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 UAB
Florida International
10
0
5 Innings
2014-03-22 Grand Canyon
Princeton
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-22 Grand Canyon
Santa Clara
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Georgia Tech
Syracuse
3
15
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ATLANTA – Senior Jasmine Watson smashed a home run in each game, tying the Syracuse career mark for home runs, as the Orange split a doubleheader at Georgia Tech on Saturday, March 22. Watson hit a two-run homer in the first game and a solo homer in the second, matching Alexis Switenko's school record of 38 career bombs. Overall on the day, Watson was 4-for-6 with the two long shots and three runs batted in. In the first game of the day, Syracuse (15-15, 5-4 ACC) overcame a 4-0 deficit and won 5-4 thanks in part to three runs in the bottom of the fifth. Freshman Nicole Lundstrom hit the game-tying homer and two wild pitches allowed the go-ahead run to score. SU stuck with the Yellow Jackets (19-10, 8-8 ACC) through the first two innings of the second game, but 12 runs in the third and fourth innings gave Georgia Tech a 15-3 win to avoid the sweep and end the Orange's five-game winning streak. SU has still won seven of its last nine. Watson went 2-for-3 with a two-run blast in the opener and Lundstrom finished 1-for-2 with a homer, two runs batted in and two walks. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne and freshman Alyssa Dewes each had one hit and scored one run. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (9-5) won her sixth straight decision in the circle, giving up four runs while striking out four and walking none. Three of the first four Yellow Jackets to bat in the game doubled while the fourth singled, plating three runs in the opening frame. O'Hara settled down though, and struck out the next three to end the inning. She had to pitch her way out of another jam in the second as Georgia Tech loaded the bases with no outs, but she induced a pair of ground outs and an infield fly, stranding all three runners. The hosts added another run in the top of the third to extend the lead to 4-0 with Karly Fullem scoring on a wild pitch after Chelsie Thomas' double that dropped in on the left field line moved her to third. Syracuse chipped away at the lead in the bottom half of the inning to cut the deficit to 4-2. Lundstrom walked for the second time and was replaced by Ozanne following a fielder's choice. That brought up Watson who lobbed a two-run homer over the left field fence. Another three runs in the fifth allowed the Orange tie the game and then take the lead for good. Dewes singled to lead things off and scored two batters later on Lundstrom's game-tying long ball to center. SU used that momentum to push the go-ahead run across thanks to a pair of wild pitches. Ozanne followed the homer with a single and went to second on the first wild pitch. Freshman Kristina Kinsey replaced Ozanne at second as a pinch runner and Watson's base knock put runners on the corner. Relief pitcher Kylie Kleinschmidt dealt a pitch in the dirt that allowed Kinsey to come home from third and score what turned out to be the game-winner. O'Hara went on to retire eight straight batters and wouldn't allow another base runner until one out in the sixth – a single by Thomas. She stole second, but O'Hara struck out the next batter to end the frame. After the first two batters of the seventh were retired, Kanani Cabrales reached first on a single to put the tying run aboard. However, Katie Johnsky grounded out to a diving junior Julie Wambold at second who made the out at first to end the game. Syracuse erased a three-run deficit early in the second game only to see the Yellow Jackets score 12 unanswered runs to pull away for the win. Watson posted her second multi-hit of the day, hitting a solo homer in the process. Ozanne also went 2-for-3, extending her hitting streak to 11 games, which is tied for the sixth longest in school history. Dewes drove in two with a double and Wambold had a hit and scored a run. Georgia Tech started off the second game the same way as the first, with three runs on four hits to grab an early lead. With runners on second and third and no outs, Alysha Rudnik drove in the first run on a fielder's choice. Cabrales followed with a sacrifice fly plate another run and Rudnik made her way around the bases to score on RBI single by Fullem. Just like in the opener, the Orange rallied once again – this time in the second - with three runs to tie the score. Watson led off the inning with a solo shot to left center to get SU on the scoreboard. Walks to Wambold and junior Mary Dombrowski put two on for Dewes, who crushed a double into the left center gap, scoring both to even the contest. That would be all for SU, though, as Georgia Tech plated four runs in the third and eight more in the fourth to put the game out of reach. Back-to-back fielder's choice groundouts pushed across one run. An RBI single by Thomas followed by a two-run double by Maddie Lionberger made it 7-3. Syracuse brought up the tying run in the bottom of the frame after loading the bases with no outs, but Kleinschmidt struck out the next batters to end the threat. Homers by Rudnik (solo) and Ashley Thomas (three-run) highlighted the eight-run inning for the Yellow Jackets, who ended the game after five innings due to the eight-run rule. Syracuse returns back to campus for its home opener in a three-game series versus nationally-ranked No. 25/24 Notre Dame next weekend. A doubleheader will be played on Saturday, March 29 beginning at 1 p.m. and the finale will be on Sunday, March 30 at 12 p.m.

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ATLANTA – Senior Jasmine Watson smashed a home run in each game, tying the Syracuse career mark for home runs, as the Orange split a doubleheader at Georgia Tech on Saturday, March 22. Watson hit a two-run homer in the first game and a solo homer in the second, matching Alexis Switenko's school record of 38 career bombs. Overall on the day, Watson was 4-for-6 with the two long shots and three runs batted in. In the first game of the day, Syracuse (15-15, 5-4 ACC) overcame a 4-0 deficit and won 5-4 thanks in part to three runs in the bottom of the fifth. Freshman Nicole Lundstrom hit the game-tying homer and two wild pitches allowed the go-ahead run to score. SU stuck with the Yellow Jackets (19-10, 8-8 ACC) through the first two innings of the second game, but 12 runs in the third and fourth innings gave Georgia Tech a 15-3 win to avoid the sweep and end the Orange's five-game winning streak. SU has still won seven of its last nine. Watson went 2-for-3 with a two-run blast in the opener and Lundstrom finished 1-for-2 with a homer, two runs batted in and two walks. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne and freshman Alyssa Dewes each had one hit and scored one run. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (9-5) won her sixth straight decision in the circle, giving up four runs while striking out four and walking none. Three of the first four Yellow Jackets to bat in the game doubled while the fourth singled, plating three runs in the opening frame. O'Hara settled down though, and struck out the next three to end the inning. She had to pitch her way out of another jam in the second as Georgia Tech loaded the bases with no outs, but she induced a pair of ground outs and an infield fly, stranding all three runners. The hosts added another run in the top of the third to extend the lead to 4-0 with Karly Fullem scoring on a wild pitch after Chelsie Thomas' double that dropped in on the left field line moved her to third. Syracuse chipped away at the lead in the bottom half of the inning to cut the deficit to 4-2. Lundstrom walked for the second time and was replaced by Ozanne following a fielder's choice. That brought up Watson who lobbed a two-run homer over the left field fence. Another three runs in the fifth allowed the Orange tie the game and then take the lead for good. Dewes singled to lead things off and scored two batters later on Lundstrom's game-tying long ball to center. SU used that momentum to push the go-ahead run across thanks to a pair of wild pitches. Ozanne followed the homer with a single and went to second on the first wild pitch. Freshman Kristina Kinsey replaced Ozanne at second as a pinch runner and Watson's base knock put runners on the corner. Relief pitcher Kylie Kleinschmidt dealt a pitch in the dirt that allowed Kinsey to come home from third and score what turned out to be the game-winner. O'Hara went on to retire eight straight batters and wouldn't allow another base runner until one out in the sixth – a single by Thomas. She stole second, but O'Hara struck out the next batter to end the frame. After the first two batters of the seventh were retired, Kanani Cabrales reached first on a single to put the tying run aboard. However, Katie Johnsky grounded out to a diving junior Julie Wambold at second who made the out at first to end the game. Syracuse erased a three-run deficit early in the second game only to see the Yellow Jackets score 12 unanswered runs to pull away for the win. Watson posted her second multi-hit of the day, hitting a solo homer in the process. Ozanne also went 2-for-3, extending her hitting streak to 11 games, which is tied for the sixth longest in school history. Dewes drove in two with a double and Wambold had a hit and scored a run. Georgia Tech started off the second game the same way as the first, with three runs on four hits to grab an early lead. With runners on second and third and no outs, Alysha Rudnik drove in the first run on a fielder's choice. Cabrales followed with a sacrifice fly plate another run and Rudnik made her way around the bases to score on RBI single by Fullem. Just like in the opener, the Orange rallied once again – this time in the second - with three runs to tie the score. Watson led off the inning with a solo shot to left center to get SU on the scoreboard. Walks to Wambold and junior Mary Dombrowski put two on for Dewes, who crushed a double into the left center gap, scoring both to even the contest. That would be all for SU, though, as Georgia Tech plated four runs in the third and eight more in the fourth to put the game out of reach. Back-to-back fielder's choice groundouts pushed across one run. An RBI single by Thomas followed by a two-run double by Maddie Lionberger made it 7-3. Syracuse brought up the tying run in the bottom of the frame after loading the bases with no outs, but Kleinschmidt struck out the next batters to end the threat. Homers by Rudnik (solo) and Ashley Thomas (three-run) highlighted the eight-run inning for the Yellow Jackets, who ended the game after five innings due to the eight-run rule. Syracuse returns back to campus for its home opener in a three-game series versus nationally-ranked No. 25/24 Notre Dame next weekend. A doubleheader will be played on Saturday, March 29 beginning at 1 p.m. and the finale will be on Sunday, March 30 at 12 p.m.

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Cal State Chico
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San Francisco State
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2014-03-22 Louisiana-Lafayette
Georgia State
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2
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GSU first baseman Lauren Coleman finished 3-for-4 with two RBI and one run scored. She hit a single, double and home run.

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Georgia State
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Providence
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2014-03-22 Seton Hall
Providence
5
0
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2014-03-22 George Fox
Chapman
11
5
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Whittier
George Fox
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Minnesota State Mankato
Emporia State
12
4
6 Innings
2014-03-22 Emporia State
Augustana (South Dakota)
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Minnesota State Mankato
Emporia State
12
4
6 Innings
2014-03-22 Minnesota State Mankato
Pittsburg State
16
6
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Fairmont State
Concord
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Concord
Fairmont State
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Angelo State
Cameron
11
3
5 Innings
2014-03-22 Angelo State
Cameron
9
8
11 Innings
2014-03-22 Colorado-Colorado Springs
Western New Mexico
13
4
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Colorado-Colorado Springs
Western New Mexico
13
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2014-03-22 Westminster (Pa.)
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Wisconsin-Parkside
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2014-03-22 Wisconsin-Parkside
McKendree
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2014-03-22 Grand Canyon
Princeton
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2014-03-22 Molloy
American International
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American International
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Valparaiso
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Youngstown State
7
4
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Utah State
Colorado State
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Trevecca Nazarene
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Coe
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2014-03-22 Coe
Augustana (Ill.)
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3
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2014-03-22 Delta State
Alabama-Huntsville
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Alabama-Huntsville
Delta State
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-22 North Central (Ill.)
MIT
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Concordia (Wis.)
MIT
6
5
9 Innings
2014-03-22 Georgia College
North Carolina-Pembroke
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-22 North Carolina-Pembroke
Georgia College
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 East Carolina
Marshall
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Meredith
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0
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2014-03-22 Meredith
Piedmont
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7
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2014-03-22 Ole Miss
Arkansas
13
6
7 Innings
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Coppin State
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Saint Leo
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Brigit Godfrey broke a 5-5 game in the sixth inning on a two-run, two-out RBI double. Saint Leo cut the Panthers' lead to one in the seventh inning, but Rachel Pence (12-7) preserved the game for her 12th win of the season.

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Ozarks (Ark.)
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Saint Leo's Angela Kafalas roped a double to left-center field to score the game-winning run from first base in the eighth inning.

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2014-03-22 Eastern Arizona College
GateWay CC
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0
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2014-03-22 Trine
DePauw
14
9
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Trine
DePauw
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Rollins
Barry
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Jacksonville State
Eastern Illinois
6
5
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Eastern Illinois
Jacksonville State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Auburn
Mississippi State
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Mary Washington
Wesley
10
8
8 Innings
2014-03-22 Mary Washington
Wesley
5
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2014-03-22 Virginia Tech
North Carolina State
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Virginia Tech
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Michigan State
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Michigan State
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Boise State
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Fort Hays State
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Central Oklahoma
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Incarnate Word
Abilene Christian
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Incarnate Word
Abilene Christian
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Incarnate Word
Abilene Christian
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Hawaii Pacific
Chaminade
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Hawaii Pacific
Chaminade
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Maryland
North Carolina
12
11
7 Innings
2014-03-22 James Madison
Hofstra
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-22 James Madison
Hofstra
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Kentucky
Kansas
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George Mason
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George Mason
9
6
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Kentucky
Kansas
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Kentucky
Fairfield
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Arizona
Oregon State
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Washington
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Florida State
Boston College
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Florida State
Boston College
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Houston
Temple
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-22 Houston
Temple
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-22 California
Princeton
11
1
5 Innings
2014-03-22 Omaha
South Dakota
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-22 South Dakota
Omaha
15
6
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Illinois
Iowa
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Coker
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2014-03-22 Sonoma State
Dixie State
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Dixie State
Hawaii Hilo
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Dixie State
Hawaii Hilo
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0
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GRU Augusta
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IUPUI
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2014-03-22 Western Illinois
IUPUI
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Sammy Marshall and Monica Rondón were three-for-three at the plate. Hailey Bickford allowed only three hits and struck out six.
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Cal State Northridge
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7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-22 Lebanon Valley
Widener
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2
5 Innings
2014-03-22 Lebanon Valley
Widener
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3
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Texas-Arlington
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Middle Tennessee
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Coastal Carolina
Gardner-Webb
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Coastal Carolina
Gardner-Webb
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-22 South Florida
Connecticut
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Louisville
Rutgers
10
6
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Rutgers
Louisville
10
6
7 Innings
2014-03-22 DePaul
St. John's (New York)
13
0
5 Innings
2014-03-22 DePaul
St. John's (New York)
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1
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Fordham
George Washington
10
2
6 Innings
2014-03-22 Fordham
George Washington
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Missouri
North Dakota State
11
2
5 Innings
2014-03-22 Michigan
Indiana
12
3
6 Innings [Read More]
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South Carolina
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4
7 Innings [Read More]
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Pacific (California)
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Middle Tennessee
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5
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Sacred Heart
UMBC
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1
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Illinois-Springfield
Lewis
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4
9 Innings
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Texas-Arlington
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0
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Stonehill
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Stonehill
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2014-03-22 Kean
Staten Island
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Kean
Staten Island
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6 Innings
2014-03-22 North Carolina
Maryland
11
5
7 Innings [Read More]
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UMBC
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-22 Ball State
North Dakota State
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-22 South Florida
Connecticut
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2
7 Innings [Read More]
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CSU Bakersfield
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2
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2014-03-22 Florida A&M
Buffalo
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1
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2014-03-22 Buffalo
Florida A&M
3
2
9 Innings
2014-03-21 King (Tennessee)
Bloomsburg
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 King (Tennessee)
Bloomsburg
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Texas Tech
Texas State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Rogers State
St. Edward's
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Rogers State
St. Edward's
13
7
7 Innings
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Millersville
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Millersville
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Princeton
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ATLANTA, Ga. – Senior Shirley Daniels doubled in the go-ahead run with two outs in the sixth to give Syracuse a 1-0 victory against Georgia Tech on Friday, March 21 in the opener of a three-game set. The series, which was originally scheduled for Syracuse (11-14, 4-3 ACC), was switched to Georgia Tech (18-9, 7-7 ACC) due to unplayable field conditions in New York. SU still played as the home team and batted second. After leaving a pair of runners on base in four of the first five innings, the Orange finally came through in the bottom of the sixth, breaking a scoreless tie. Freshman Sydney O'Hara drew a leadoff walk and moved up to second on a two-out single up the middle by classmate Alyssa Dewes. That brought up Daniels who drilled a pitch off the top of the left field wall to drive in the only run of the game and push Syracuse's win streak to four. O'Hara (8-5), the reigning NFCA Division I National Player of the Week, was brilliant in the circle, tossing her second one-hitter in her last four starts while matching a career-high 12 strikeouts. O'Hara's fifth shutout of the year is now tied for sixth in a single-season at SU and tied for eighth in a career. The performance was also the fourth time O'Hara held her opponent scoreless and recorded double-digit strikeouts, which is just one behind the Syracuse single-season mark. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne had two of the Orange's six hits, going 2-for-3 and extending her hitting streak to a career-long nine games. O'Hara and freshman Nicole Lundstrom also had hits for the 'Cuse. Syracuse put a pair of runners aboard in each of the first two innings with one out, but came away empty handed as Yellow Jacket hurler Kylie Kleinschmidt (11-5) struck out the final batter in each frame to end the threat. A walk by Lundstrom and single by Ozanne had the Orange in business in the first while back-to-back walks gave SU some life in the second. O'Hara didn't allow her first base runner until the top of the third when she beaned Maddie Lionberger. Prior to that, O'Hara had struck out six consecutive batters. The following inning Georgia Tech finally cracked the scoreboard with their only hit of the contest on a double by Kanani Cabrales and got another runner on following a walk. But O'Hara froze the next batter for her ninth strikeout to end the inning. In both the bottom half of the fourth and the fifth, Syracuse once again put two on base – this time with no outs. However, Kleinschmidt held her ground and retired the three batters each time to pitch her way out of the jam. For the remainder of the game, O'Hara only allowed two more Yellow Jackets to reach base, issuing a two-out walk in both the sixth and the seventh. Each time though, she fired a third strike by the batter with the last ending the game. The pair will wrap up the series with a doubleheader on Saturday, March 22 beginning at 2 p.m.

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San Francisco State
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2014-03-21 Cal State Chico
San Francisco State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Missouri Western State
St. Cloud State
10
0
5 Innings
2014-03-21 Pittsburg State
Emporia State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Emporia State
St. Cloud State
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Minnesota State Mankato
Missouri Southern State
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Minnesota State Mankato
Washburn
8
2
8 Innings
2014-03-21 Cameron
Angelo State
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Cameron
Angelo State
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4
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Hiram
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5
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Princeton
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Princeton
Santa Clara
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-21 North Georgia
Lander
13
0
5 Innings
2014-03-21 North Georgia
Lander
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Utah State
Colorado State
1
0
9 Innings
2014-03-21 Wisconsin-Stout
Plattsburgh State
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Wisconsin-Stout
Buffalo State
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Kentucky Wesleyan
Ursuline
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1
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Ursuline
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2
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2014-03-21 Marshall
East Carolina
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1
7 Innings [Related Story]
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East Carolina
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1
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2014-03-21 Piedmont
North Carolina Wesleyan
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Piedmont
North Carolina Wesleyan
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Mississippi College
Ozarks (Ark.)
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Mississippi College
Ozarks (Ark.)
11
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Saint Leo
Florida Tech
2
1
7 Innings [Read More]
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Whittier
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Wisconsin-Eau Claire
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2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Minnesota
Nebraska
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Ohio State
Michigan State
13
6
7 Innings [Read More]
Evelyn Carrillo, 4-4, 2 HR, 2 runs scored, 3 RBI

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Fresno State
3
2
10 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-21 Central Oklahoma
Nebraska-Kearney
8
0
5 Innings [Read More]
UCO won its 35th straight home game.
2014-03-21 Central Oklahoma
Nebraska-Kearney
14
1
5 Innings
2014-03-21 Central Oklahoma
Nebraska-Kearney
14
1
5 Innings
2014-03-21 William Paterson
Elmhurst
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-21 William Paterson
Framingham State
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 California
Grand Canyon
11
1
5 Innings
2014-03-21 Omaha
South Dakota
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Kansas
Fairfield
6
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Kent State
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2
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2014-03-21 Ohio Dominican
Lake Superior State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-21 Ohio Dominican
Lake Superior State
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Trevecca Nazarene
Cedarville
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Trevecca Nazarene
Cedarville
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Kentucky
St. Francis (Pennsylvania)
10
2
6 Innings
2014-03-21 Concord
Shepherd
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Concord
Shepherd
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Iowa
Illinois
4
3
9 Innings [Read More]
Kayla Massey earned the win in the circle and drove in three runs to help the Hawkeyes win their Big Ten opener at Illinois, 4-3 in nine innings. Massey used a 2-run home run to tie the game in the 7th inning, then doubled in a run in the top of the 9th. Holly Hoffman also recorded an RBI single in the 9th.

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2014-03-21 Ole Miss
Arkansas
11
4
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-21 Auburn
Mississippi State
11
3
6 Innings
2014-03-21 Purdue
Penn State
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3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-21 Fredonia State
Utica
7
4
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Utica
Fredonia State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Lawrence
Fredonia State
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Tennessee
South Carolina
11
2
5 Innings [Read More]
Madison Shipman hit a grand slam and Haley Tobler hit a 2-run HR (first HR of her career).

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2014-03-21 Michigan
Indiana
9
1
5 Innings [Read More]
Lauren Sweet and Sierra Romero each hit home runs. Kelsey Susalla and Caitlin Blanchard each hit two-run doubles.
2014-03-21 Michigan
Indiana
8
0
6 Innings [Read More]
Haylie Wagner pitched a complete-game shutout and hit a two-run homer. Taylor Hasselbach knocked in three runs.
2014-03-21 Gwynedd-Mercy
Notre Dame (Md.)
13
1
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Gwynedd-Mercy
Notre Dame (Md.)
12
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 CSU Bakersfield
Harvard
2
1
8 Innings
2014-03-21 Kentucky
Kent State
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-21 UMKC
North Dakota State
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Northwestern
Wisconsin
4
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-21 Northwestern
Wisconsin
8
6
8 Innings [Read More]
Northwestern's Julia Kuhn hits walk-off two-run home run.

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2014-03-21 North Dakota State
Ball State
9
3
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-21 Pacific (California)
Harvard
4
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Dani Bonnet with a 4-hit complete game. Bailey O'Mara - 2 HR's and 4 RBI - her first two career home runs in the victory.
2014-03-21 Rowan
St. Norbert
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-21 Rowan
Hope
10
4
7 Innings
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Millersville
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Azusa Pacific
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Minnesota-Duluth
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2014-03-20 Minnesota-Duluth
Arkansas Tech
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Missouri-St. Louis
McKendree
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Missouri-St. Louis
McKendree
11
4
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Caldwell
St. Michael's
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0
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Minnesota-Crookston
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Elmhurst
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2014-03-20 Anderson (Ind.)
Wisconsin-Stout
4
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2014-03-20 Brigham Young-Hawaii
Academy of Art
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7
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Brigham Young-Hawaii
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7
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Gustavus Adolphus
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St. Michael's
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Illinois-Springfield
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4
8 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-20 Kean
Centenary (N.J.)
10
0
5 Innings
2014-03-20 Kean
Centenary (N.J.)
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-20 UAB
Murray State
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Georgia College
West Georgia
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Georgia College
West Georgia
3
1
8 Innings
2014-03-20 LIU Post
Le Moyne
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-20 LIU Post
Le Moyne
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Norfolk State
Rider
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6
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Rider
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2
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Chaminade
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Lubbock Christian
Chaminade
9
1
6 Innings
2014-03-20 California
Grand Canyon
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-20 California
Grand Canyon
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Virginia Tech
Morgan State
22
2
5 Innings
2014-03-20 Virginia Tech
Morgan State
13
1
5 Innings
2014-03-20 Utah
Brigham Young
1
0
9 Innings [Related Story]
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MidAmerica Nazarene
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Oklahoma City
MidAmerica Nazarene
11
6
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Lebanon Valley
Elizabethtown
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Lebanon Valley
Elizabethtown
4
3
8 Innings
2014-03-20 Lewis
Notre Dame (Ohio)
10
6
6 Innings
2014-03-20 Lewis
Notre Dame (Ohio)
8
2
7 Innings
2014-03-20 George Washington
Colgate
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-20 Colgate
George Washington
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-20 Utah State
Utah Valley
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-19 Texas State
Iowa
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-19 Alabama
Georgia State
3
1
7 Innings [Read More]
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Minnesota-Duluth
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Northeastern State
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3
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Carroll (Wis.)
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1
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2014-03-19 William Paterson
Bethany (W. Va.)
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-19 Wisconsin-Stevens Point
William Paterson
2
1
11 Innings
2014-03-19 North Carolina State
Georgia Tech
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3
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Georgia Tech
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4
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Saint Louis
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Kansas
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Lees-McRae
1
0
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2014-03-19 Concord
Lees-McRae
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-19 Houston
Texas
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-19 Princeton
Pacific (California)
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-19 Pacific (California)
Princeton
8
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Taylor Brink Grand Slam in the bottom of the second inning.
2014-03-19 Louisville
Western Kentucky
7
4
7 Innings
2014-03-19 Louisville
Western Kentucky
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0
7 Innings
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2014-03-19 Nebraska
Iowa State
10
3
7 Innings
2014-03-19 Ole Miss
Louisiana Tech
3
0
7 Innings
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Memphis
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7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-19 North Georgia
Flagler
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-19 Flagler
North Georgia
2
0
7 Innings
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2014-03-19 Auburn
Murray State
11
7
7 Innings
2014-03-19 Auburn
Murray State
10
0
5 Innings
2014-03-19 Florida State
North Florida
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-19 Florida State
North Florida
11
1
6 Innings
2014-03-19 South Florida
Central Connecticut State
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2
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-19 Rowan
Wesleyan (Conn.)
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-19 Rowan
Western New England
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Baylor
Texas State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Georgia State
Kennesaw State
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5
7 Innings [Read More]
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Emporia State
7
5
8 Innings
2014-03-18 Emporia State
Winona State
11
4
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Minnesota-Duluth
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Minnesota-Duluth
Southeastern Oklahoma State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Sacramento State
Princeton
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Princeton
Sacramento State
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Arizona Western
Eastern Arizona College
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Eastern Arizona College
Arizona Western
8
0
5 Innings
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Grinnell
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4
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Rogers State
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0
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Rogers State
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0
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Macalester
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Southern Connecticut State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-18 LIU Post
Southern Connecticut State
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1
7 Innings
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Chaminade
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3
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Academy of Art
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8
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4
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Molloy
3
1
7 Innings
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Utah Valley
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Mississippi College
Rust
30
0
5 Innings
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Rust
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0
5 Innings
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Hope
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-18 William Paterson
Fredonia State
8
2
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Amherst
Fredonia State
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-18 UAB
Jacksonville State
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2
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Limestone
10
2
5 Innings
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Limestone
3
0
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2014-03-18 UCF
Iona
7
2
7 Innings
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UCF
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Wichita State
5
4
8 Innings
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Indiana
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Urbana
Cedarville
5
4
8 Innings
2014-03-18 Tusculum
Lincoln Memorial
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Farleigh Dickinson-Florham
Rowan
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-18 Lincoln Memorial
Tusculum
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-18 North Dakota State
Southeast Missouri State
11
0
5 Innings [Read More]
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Urbana
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4
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1
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Crown (Minn.)
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Hope
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Anderson (Ind.)
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3
7 Innings
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Iowa
3
0
7 Innings [Read More]
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Arizona
2
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Minnesota-Duluth
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-17 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Minnesota-Duluth
3
2
8 Innings
2014-03-17 Lewis
Quincy
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-17 UCF
Marist
11
0
5 Innings [Read More]
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Lewis
11
1
6 Innings
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Sonoma State
3
1
7 Innings
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West Virginia Wesleyan
2
1
7 Innings [Read More]
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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The bats were on display at Virginia in one of Syracuse's biggest offensive outputs in school history as the Orange rolled to a 14-3 victory in the finale against the Cavaliers on Sunday, March 16 at The Park. The Orange's (10-14, 3-3 ACC) 14 runs tied for fourth highest total in school history while the 17 hits are third best. The last time SU scored at least 14 runs was in a 14-10 win at Binghamton on April 4, 2013. In sweeping the three-game series with Virginia (3-21, 1-10 ACC), Syracuse outscored its counterparts 35-4. "They say hitting is contagious. Well how do you hit. You have quality at bats, you're focused and you have a plan when you get up there," said head coach Leigh Ross. "If you stay positive and piece together quality at bats, you're going to start hitting as a team. I think that they're buying into it and everybody's feeling good right now. It definitely helped our confidence this weekend. We need to continue building on that and continue playing that same way." Eight starters recorded a base hit, with six of them tallying multi-hit games led by 3-for-5 performances from senior Jasmine Watson, junior Julie Wambold and sophomore Corinne Ozanne. Watson crushed two home runs and had four runs batted in. The two long balls gives Watson 36 in her career, which tied and then passed former player Hallie Gibbs for second all-time in program history. Watson is just two shy from matching the record now. Freshmen Sydney O'Hara and Nicole Lundstrom and sophomore Danielle Chitkowski all finished with two hits apiece. O'Hara, who started in the circle, hit a homer for the third time in as many days. Lundstrom doubled, had a career-high four RBIs and walked twice while Chitkowski also had a two-bagger with two RBIs. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin picked up her second career win – and first of the season – pitching a season-high four innings of relief. She gave up no earned runs and stuck out two. Syracuse put up a six-spot in the top of the second inning to set the tone early once again. O'Hara helped her own cause with a leadoff single to begin the frame. An infield hit and walk loaded the bases for senior Shirley Daniels, who drew her second base on balls, scoring the first run of the game. Lundstrom followed with a bases-clearing double to make it 4-0, but was thrown out at third trying to leg out a triple. Ozanne nearly missed a homer in the next at bat and had to settle for a double when the ball bounced back in the field after hitting the top of the wall. It wasn't long until Ozanne came in to score, as Watson drove her in with a two-run blast to left field for a 6-0 lead. Virginia countered with two runs in the bottom half of the frame when Iyana Hughes ripped an RBI triple over the outstretched reach of junior Mary Dombrowski and scored on Megan Harris' double. The Syracuse pitching duo of O'Hara and Larkin would retire the next eight batters before a walk to the leadoff batter in the fifth. The Orange was back at it again in the fourth with three more runs to take a 9-2 lead. With one out, after back-to-back singles by Ozanne and Watson, Wambold plated one with her double off the right field wall. Following out number two, Chitkowski doubled both in to extend the margin to seven. An unearned run crossed the plate for Virginia in the sixth, but Syracuse picked it back up again in the seventh, scoring five more runs in its final at bat. Daniels led off with a triple and scored on Lundstrom's single up the middle. Watson then smashed her second homer of the game to make it 12-3. After Wambold reached on an error, O'Hara added a two-run shot of her own for the contests final runs. SU returns to campus for its home opener with a three game series against Georgia Tech beginning on Saturday, March 22. "Now we get to go back home and be a little more comfortable. Maybe get caught up in some things and playing on our field would be terrific for these guys," said Ross. Saturday's doubleheader will start at 1 p.m. and Sunday's finale will be at 12 pm.

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Black Hill State
3
2
7 Innings
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Black Hill State
8
0
5 Innings
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Princeton
4
1
7 Innings
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Princeton
9
1
5 Innings
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0
5 Innings [Related Story]
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4
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Keene State
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1
7 Innings
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Farleigh Dickinson-Florham
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5
7 Innings
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0
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Marian (Wis.)
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Indiana (Pennsylvania)
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2
7 Innings
2014-03-16 Louisiana-Monroe
Texas State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-16 California (Pennsylvania)
Concord
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-16 California (Pennsylvania)
Le Moyne
1
0
7 Innings
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0
7 Innings [Read More]
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2
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2
7 Innings
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Minnesota-Crookston
10
5
7 Innings
2014-03-16 George Mason
Colgate
10
4
7 Innings
2014-03-16 Springfield (Mass.)
Fredonia State
6
0
7 Innings
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Trinity (Conn.)
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1
7 Innings
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Michelle Zoeller hit her first career grand slam in the seventh inning on a 3-2 count. The hit proved to be the game-winner as Iowa won 6-5. Iowa starting pitcher Shayla Starkenburg (2-2) got the win and relief pitcher Micaela Whitney earned her first save of the season.

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Lewis & Clark
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Lewis & Clark
8
2
7 Innings
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Metropolitan State
8
6
7 Innings
2014-03-16 Regis (Colorado)
Western New Mexico
3
2
8 Innings
2014-03-16 UCLA
Arizona
8
4
7 Innings
2014-03-16 San Diego
Seattle
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-16 South Florida
Marist
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-16 Oregon State
Arizona State
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-16 Weber State
Seattle
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-16 Dartmouth
UC Santa Barbara
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-16 UAB
Florida Atlantic
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-16 UC Davis
Nevada
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-16 North Dakota
UC Davis
9
4
7 Innings
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2
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Hampton
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1
7 Innings [Read More]
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Wagner
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1
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Massachusetts
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4
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Florida A&M
4
3
7 Innings
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Florida A&M
2
1
7 Innings
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Middle Tennessee
5
4
7 Innings
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North Florida
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1
7 Innings
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1
7 Innings
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Brown
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-16 Notre Dame
Virginia Tech
9
5
7 Innings
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Portland State
6
2
7 Innings
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Quinnipiac
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2
7 Innings [Read More]
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Iowa State
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4
7 Innings [Read More]
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Wisconsin
5
2
7 Innings
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Oklahoma Panhandle State
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1
6 Innings
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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Syracuse softball team exploded for 21 runs in two games as the Orange swept Virginia in a doubleheader on Saturday, March 15 at The Park, winning its first-ever Atlantic Coast Conference contest in the process. Syracuse (9-14, 2-3 ACC) got a phenomenal performance from freshman Sydney O'Hara in taking the first game 8-0 in five innings. In another five-inning affair, SU crushed Virginia (3-20, 1-9 ACC) 13-1. The 13 runs is a season-high while the 12-run margin of victory is the largest since a 23-0 decimation of Rutgers on March 26, 2011. O'Hara got the job done in the first game both in the circle and at the plate, pitching a complete game, one-hit shutout and striking out seven. It's the fourth shutout of the season for O'Hara, tying her for ninth both all-time and in a single season at SU. O'Hara was also a perfect 3-for-3 with a homer, a double and three runs batted in. Three other Orange women produced multi-hit games. Seniors Shirley Daniels and Jasmine Watson and sophomore Corinne Ozanne all posted two hits and one RBI apiece. Daniels, who was 2-for-2, also swiped two bases, bringing her career total to 72 and passing older sister Lisaira for the school record. Daniels drew a leadoff walk to begin the game, stole second and after a wild pitch scored on freshman Nicole Lundstrom's ground out to first to open the scoring. The Orange pushed another run across after stringing together three straight hits, with Watson coming home on O'Hara's two-out double down the right field line. O'Hara helped herself out again in the top of the third, this time hitting a two-run homer with two outs to give SU a 4-0 lead. The long shot was O'Hara's second home run in as many games. The Orange added three more runs in the fourth and one final score in the fifth to make it 8-0 and run rule the Cavaliers. With one out in the fourth, Ozanne's base knock up the middle brought two runs in and Watson followed with an RBI single. Daniels drove in SU's final run of the game with an infield single in the next inning. In the second game, the Orange was led by the outfielders Daniels, junior Mary Dombrowski and freshman Alyssa Dewes. The trio was a combined 6-for-10 with eight RBIs. Dewes and Dombrowski each went 2-for-3 with three RBIs, with Dewes notching a double and triple. O'Hara (7-5) won her fourth straight game, yielding one run on three hits while striking out four. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin pitched a 1-2-3 fifth with two strikeouts. Syracuse picked up right where it left off in the second game, sending 11 batters to the plate and scoring seven runs in the first inning. With one out and the bases loaded, junior Julie Wambold drew a walk that allowed the Orange's first run to score. After an O'Hara sacrifice fly, another walk loaded the bases again. Back-to-back two-run hits by Dombrowski (single) and Dewes (triple) extended the lead to 6-0. Dewes then scored on Daniels' double for the last run of the inning. Virginia got one run back in the bottom half on Heidi Velk's leadoff homer. But after that it was all Syracuse again as the Orange scored three times in each the second and fourth for the final tally of 13-1. In the second, a double by O'Hara drove in two more and after the second out, scored on Dombrowski's RBI single. Syracuse recorded all three of its runs in the fourth with two gone in the frame. Dombrowski walked and came around to touch home on Dewes' double. Daniels then singled in Dewes and later scored on a wild pitch for a 13-1 score. Syracuse and Virginia wrap up their three-game series on Sunday, March 15 at 12 p.m.

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Syracuse softball team exploded for 21 runs in two games as the Orange swept Virginia in a doubleheader on Saturday, March 15 at The Park, winning its first-ever Atlantic Coast Conference contest in the process. Syracuse (9-14, 2-3 ACC) got a phenomenal performance from freshman Sydney O'Hara in taking the first game 8-0 in five innings. In another five-inning affair, SU crushed Virginia (3-20, 1-9 ACC) 13-1. The 13 runs is a season-high while the 12-run margin of victory is the largest since a 23-0 decimation of Rutgers on March 26, 2011. O'Hara got the job done in the first game both in the circle and at the plate, pitching a complete game, one-hit shutout and striking out seven. It's the fourth shutout of the season for O'Hara, tying her for ninth both all-time and in a single season at SU. O'Hara was also a perfect 3-for-3 with a homer, a double and three runs batted in. Three other Orange women produced multi-hit games. Seniors Shirley Daniels and Jasmine Watson and sophomore Corinne Ozanne all posted two hits and one RBI apiece. Daniels, who was 2-for-2, also swiped two bases, bringing her career total to 72 and passing older sister Lisaira for the school record. Daniels drew a leadoff walk to begin the game, stole second and after a wild pitch scored on freshman Nicole Lundstrom's ground out to first to open the scoring. The Orange pushed another run across after stringing together three straight hits, with Watson coming home on O'Hara's two-out double down the right field line. O'Hara helped herself out again in the top of the third, this time hitting a two-run homer with two outs to give SU a 4-0 lead. The long shot was O'Hara's second home run in as many games. The Orange added three more runs in the fourth and one final score in the fifth to make it 8-0 and run rule the Cavaliers. With one out in the fourth, Ozanne's base knock up the middle brought two runs in and Watson followed with an RBI single. Daniels drove in SU's final run of the game with an infield single in the next inning. In the second game, the Orange was led by the outfielders Daniels, junior Mary Dombrowski and freshman Alyssa Dewes. The trio was a combined 6-for-10 with eight RBIs. Dewes and Dombrowski each went 2-for-3 with three RBIs, with Dewes notching a double and triple. O'Hara (7-5) won her fourth straight game, yielding one run on three hits while striking out four. Sophomore Lindsey Larkin pitched a 1-2-3 fifth with two strikeouts. Syracuse picked up right where it left off in the second game, sending 11 batters to the plate and scoring seven runs in the first inning. With one out and the bases loaded, junior Julie Wambold drew a walk that allowed the Orange's first run to score. After an O'Hara sacrifice fly, another walk loaded the bases again. Back-to-back two-run hits by Dombrowski (single) and Dewes (triple) extended the lead to 6-0. Dewes then scored on Daniels' double for the last run of the inning. Virginia got one run back in the bottom half on Heidi Velk's leadoff homer. But after that it was all Syracuse again as the Orange scored three times in each the second and fourth for the final tally of 13-1. In the second, a double by O'Hara drove in two more and after the second out, scored on Dombrowski's RBI single. Syracuse recorded all three of its runs in the fourth with two gone in the frame. Dombrowski walked and came around to touch home on Dewes' double. Daniels then singled in Dewes and later scored on a wild pitch for a 13-1 score. Syracuse and Virginia wrap up their three-game series on Sunday, March 15 at 12 p.m.

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Saint Leo
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Maine
Providence
4
2
7 Innings
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Nebraska-Kearney
14
10
9 Innings
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Nebraska-Kearney
6
3
8 Innings
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Black Hill State
8
0
5 Innings
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Black Hill State
10
2
6 Innings
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Santa Clara
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0
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7
7 Innings
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Mansfield
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1
7 Innings
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Queens (North Carolina)
7
6
8 Innings
2014-03-15 Lincoln Memorial
Queens (North Carolina)
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1
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Western Illinois
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0
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Lake Forest
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4
7 Innings
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Bluffton
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4
5 Innings
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Bluffton
11
0
5 Innings
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Hope
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 North Georgia
GRU Augusta
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 North Georgia
GRU Augusta
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Texas State
Louisiana-Monroe
14
11
7 Innings
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Louisiana-Monroe
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-15 Dixie State
Holy Names
11
3
6 Innings
2014-03-15 Dixie State
Holy Names
14
0
5 Innings
2014-03-15 Southern Arkansas
Harding
13
1
5 Innings
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Harding
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 California (Pennsylvania)
West Virginia State
2
1
7 Innings
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California (Pennsylvania)
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2
7 Innings
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4
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Ole Miss
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0
7 Innings
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Ursuline
7
2
7 Innings
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Ursuline
15
2
5 Innings
2014-03-15 La Grange
Covenant (Ga.)
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-15 La Grange
Covenant (Ga.)
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Pfeiffer
King (Tennessee)
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Pfeiffer
King (Tennessee)
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Chattanooga
Appalachian State
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Appalachian State
Chattanooga
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Florida Southern
Ohio Dominican
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8
7 Innings
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Ohio Dominican
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0
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Lewis & Clark
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2
7 Innings
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Regis (Colorado)
9
0
5 Innings
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Regis (Colorado)
9
1
6 Innings
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Southern Nazarene
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Southern Nazarene
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Florida Atlantic
UAB
3
1
9 Innings
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Florida Atlantic
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3
7 Innings
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North Carolina State
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New Mexico State
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4
7 Innings [Read More]
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Chaminade
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1
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Brigham Young
3
1
7 Innings
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Cal State Fullerton
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2
7 Innings
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Cedarville
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2
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Ashland
Cedarville
7
3
7 Innings
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Coastal Carolina
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1
7 Innings
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1
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Valdosta State
9
6
7 Innings
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Mary Washington
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Mary Washington
Lynchburg
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Nebraska
Kansas
1
0
7 Innings
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Arkansas
8
0
6 Innings [Read More]
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4
7 Innings [Read More]
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Ball State
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3
5 Innings
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Cal State San Bernadino
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Cal State San Bernadino
2
1
7 Innings
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Seattle
6
2
7 Innings
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Pittsburgh
8
7
8 Innings
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Missouri
8
7
8 Innings
2014-03-15 Kentucky
Missouri
3
2
7 Innings
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Pittsburgh
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7
8 Innings
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Pittsburgh
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0
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Stanford
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Stanford
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1
7 Innings [Read More]
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Florida A&M
9
5
7 Innings
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Providence
4
3
7 Innings
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Portland State
11
2
5 Innings
2014-03-15 George Mason
Binghamton
6
1
7 Innings
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Akron
13
7
7 Innings
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4
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Canisius
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0
7 Innings
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Buffalo
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Nebraska
Northern Illinois
10
2
6 Innings
2014-03-15 George Washington
St. Francis (Pennsylvania)
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Western Michigan
North Dakota State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Nevada
UC Davis
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-15 UC Davis
North Dakota
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Oregon State
Arizona State
11
0
5 Innings
2014-03-15 USC Upstate
North Florida
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 USC Upstate
North Florida
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-15 UCLA
Arizona
1
0
7 Innings
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Portland State
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2
6 Innings
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1
6 Innings [Read More]
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Kutztown
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2
7 Innings
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0
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4
1
7 Innings
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Lewis
7
0
7 Innings
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5
3
7 Innings
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1
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1
7 Innings
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7
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Notre Dame
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2
7 Innings
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Dartmouth
2
1
7 Innings
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Wayne State (Michigan)
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0
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Rogers State
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3
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4
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Concordia-St. Paul
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-15 LIU Post
St. Cloud State
6
2
8 Innings
2014-03-15 Virginia Tech
Notre Dame
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Ohio State
Pacific (California)
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-15 Utah State
Monmouth
8
2
7 Innings
2014-03-15 South Alabama
New Mexico
9
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-15 Michigan
Kent State
12
4
6 Innings [Read More]
Taylor Hasselbach had three hits and five RBI. Nicole Sappingfield had four hits.
2014-03-15 St. Mary's (Texas)
Rogers State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-15 UC San Diego
Cal State San Bernadino
15
10
7 Innings
2014-03-15 UC San Diego
Cal State San Bernadino
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Kent State
Iowa State
13
4
6 Innings
2014-03-14 St. Edward's
Oklahoma Panhandle State
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Millersville
Franklin Pierce
8
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
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2014-03-14 Walsh
Millersville
5
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Millersville
Franklin Pierce
8
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Minnesota
Georgia State
7
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Lees-McRae
St. Cloud State
2
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Ferris State
St. Cloud State
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Notre Dame de Namur
Azusa Pacific
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Azusa Pacific
Notre Dame de Namur
4
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Saint Leo
Nova Southeastern
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Buffalo
Providence
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Iona
Providence
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Emporia State
Fort Hays State
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-14 Emporia State
Fort Hays State
7
6
8 Innings
2014-03-14 Wesley
Principia
11
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Westminster (Pa.)
Mount St. Joseph
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Catholic
Westminster (Pa.)
3
0
9 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Oklahoma City
Northwestern (Iowa)
11
1
5 Innings [Read More]
David Fillmore Memorial Tournmament in Springfield, Mo.

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2014-03-14 Oklahoma City
Morningside
14
3
5 Innings [Read More]
David Fillmore Memorial Tournaent in Springfield, Mo.

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2014-03-14 Oklahoma City
Cardinal Stritch
15
2
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 McKendree
St. Joseph's (L.I.)
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Bemidji State
McKendree
8
7
8 Innings
2014-03-14 Hawaii
Valparaiso
8
4
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Valparaiso
Brigham Young
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Caldwell
Ohio Dominican
9
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Wayne State (Michigan)
Caldwell
5
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Stevens Institute
Rockford
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Franklin & Marshall
Rockford
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Young Harris
Georgia College
6
5
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Georgia College
Young Harris
6
3
9 Innings
2014-03-14 Florida Southern
Concordia-St. Paul
10
5
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Florida Southern
Southwest Minnesota St.
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Dixie State
Holy Names
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Dixie State
Holy Names
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Southern Arkansas
Harding
10
2
6 Innings
2014-03-14 Southern Arkansas
Harding
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 California (Pennsylvania)
Walsh
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Charleston (West Virginia)
California (Pennsylvania)
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Alabama-Huntsville
West Florida
11
3
5 Innings
2014-03-14 West Florida
Alabama-Huntsville
9
7
11 Innings
2014-03-14 North Carolina A&T
Norfolk State
6
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Norfolk State
North Carolina A&T
4
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Ursuline
Minnesota-Crookston
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-14 Winona State
Ursuline
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-14 Angelo State
Texas Woman's University
8
7
8 Innings
2014-03-14 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Southern Nazarene
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-14 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Southern Nazarene
11
7
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Fresno State
Ohio State
3
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Brooke Ortiz gets game-winning RBI on fifth-inning single to pitcher.

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2014-03-14 George Mason
Akron
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Colgate
George Mason
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 West Virginia State
Kutztown
13
12
8 Innings
2014-03-14 West Virginia Wesleyan
Kutztown
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Mississippi College
Concordia (Texas)
7
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Mississippi College
Concordia (Texas)
3
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Washington
Utah
5
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Bryana Walker threw 6.0 solid innings to earn her 12th win of the season, and Kylee Lahners went 2-for-3 with her 10th home run, as the No. 5 Huskies (20-4) defeated conference rvial Utah (9-9) by a final of 5-2. Lahners finished the game 2-for-3, with one run scored, one home run, and two RBI. Hooch Fagaly went 2-for-2, with one double and one RBI. Marki Creger-Zier went 2-for-2, with one run scored and one triple.

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2014-03-14 North Dakota State
Saint Louis
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Oregon
James Madison
0
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Central Connecticut State
Penn State
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Stanford
California
14
13
7 Innings [Read More]
Stanford rallied for six runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat California 14-13 in the teams' Pac-12 opener.
2014-03-14 Tennessee
Arkansas
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Missouri
Kentucky
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Florida Tech
Lynn
6
5
7 Innings [Read More]
Taylor Peterson wins the game for Florida Tech with a walk-off solo home run in the seventh inning. Taylor Smith (7-5) relieved FIT starter Rachel Pence and gave up just one hit in two innings of relief.

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2014-03-14 Tuskegee
West Alabama
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Lee
West Alabama
6
5
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Auburn
IPFW
10
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
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Lexi Davis with her second career no-hitter. Back-to-back no-hitters for Auburn. First since 2004 in school history.
2014-03-14 Alabama
Ole Miss
10
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Columbus State
Francis Marion
6
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Columbus State
Francis Marion
7
6
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Bryant
Purdue
6
4
7 Innings [Read More]
Senior Andie Varsho goes 5-for-5 and Purdue racks up 17 hits in loss.

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2014-03-14 Purdue
Central Michigan
2
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Sophomore Lilly Fecho strikes out seven in two-hitter.

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2014-03-14 New Mexico State
Pacific (California)
9
4
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Iowa State
Louisville
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Louisville
Kent State
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Texas Tech
DePaul
6
5
7 Innings
2014-03-14 UNLV
DePaul
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 George Washington
Manhattan
8
4
7 Innings
2014-03-14 George Washington
St. Francis (Pennsylvania)
10
8
9 Innings
2014-03-14 Auburn
Radford
9
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
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Marcy Harper throws first no-hitter of her career.
2014-03-14 Florida A&M
Iona
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Florida A&M
Quinnipiac
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Dartmouth
Portland State
11
5
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Rutgers
St. Joseph's
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-14 Omaha
Western Michigan
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Oregon State
Arizona State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Kansas
Northern Illinois
10
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Kessler has thrown 23.1 consecutive scoreless innings. Third-straight shutout and run-rule game for the Jayhawks.

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2014-03-14 Troy
Coastal Carolina
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Coastal Carolina
Georgia State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Caldwell
Ohio Dominican
9
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Ohio Dominican
Glenville State
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Memphis
Arkansas-Pine Bluff
10
2
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Memphis
Arkansas-Pine Bluff
8
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 Minot State
Tiffin
3
2
8 Innings
2014-03-14 South Florida
Massachusetts
3
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
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Sara Nevins throws 5th career no-hitter with a season-high 12 strikeouts.
2014-03-14 Appalachian State
Syracuse
10
4
7 Innings [Read More]
BOONE, N.C. – A six-run fourth inning gave Appalachian State the lead for good as Syracuse suffered a 10-4 setback on Friday, March 14. The victory for the Mountaineers (8-14), who were playing in their home opener, was the 20th straight home win dating back to 2012. Appalachian State won its final home date of 2012 and completed a perfect 18-0 home slate in 2013. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (2-for-3) and sophomore Corinne Ozanne (2-for-4) both posted multi-hit games for the Orange (7-14) in the loss. O'Hara recorded the first home run of her career, driving in three in the process. Senior Shirley Daniels added a run scoring double. Appalachian State scored one run on no hits in the home half of the first with O'Hara pitching out of her own jam to leave the bases loaded. O'Hara put four of the first five batters on base via three walks and a hit by pitch, pushing across the first run of the game for the Mountaineers. She settled down, however, striking out the next two batters to end the inning. The next half inning O'Hara got the job done at the plate as well, crushing a three-run homer to straight-away center. Senior Jasmine Watson led off the inning with a walk and Ozanne singled to place runners on the corners. With one away in the inning, O'Hara took the first pitch she saw over the fence. The Orange got the next three batters on to load the bases, but Sydney Lews retired the next two and got out of the jam. After the Mountaineers got one back in the third on a solo shot to center by Cara Parker, Daniels ripped a double down the right field line to plate O'Hara from second and set the score at 4-2. In the bottom of the fourth, Appalachian State tallied six runs to take an 8-4 advantage, a lead the Mountaineers would not relinquish. Following a leadoff double and one out walk, Sarah Warnock hit a three-run blast to right to put Appalachian State back on top for good. The hosts continued rolling through the inning with a single and double that placed a pair of runners in scoring position and a wild pitch allowed the fourth run of the frame to score. Ashley Seering's groundout drove in a run and Alex Sohl followed with an RBI single to make it 8-4. Two unearned runs came across to touch the plate in the sixth for the contest's final score. Syracuse wraps up a nine-game road swing with a three-game conference series at Virginia. Saturday, March 15 will be a doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m. and the finale will be on Sunday, March 16 at 12 p.m.

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2014-03-14 Weber State
Seattle
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Piedmont
Truett-McConnell College
2
1
8 Innings [Read More]
Senior Brittany Head picked up her sixth win of the season in the complete game victory.
2014-03-14 Rutgers
Penn State
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Piedmont
Salem (N.C.)
9
1
5 Innings [Read More]
Sophmore Jordan Ellingson picked up her 11th win of the year while tossing a four hit, complete game, shutout. Sophomores Abby Smith and Laura Carter led the offense. Smith was 2-3 with two runs scored and three rbis while Carter continued her torrid hitting with 2-3 and a run scored and three rbis.
2014-03-14 Utah State
Portland State
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-14 St. Mary's (Texas)
Rogers State
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 UMBC
Rhode Island
2
1
8 Innings
2014-03-14 Omaha
Saint Louis
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-14 Colorado State
Pacific (California)
10
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Wayne State (Michigan)
Concordia-St. Paul
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Wayne State (Michigan)
Caldwell
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Baylor
South Florida
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-14 George Washington
St. Francis (Pennsylvania)
10
8
9 Innings
2014-03-14 Indiana
Illinois-Chicago
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Monmouth (Ill.)
Bowdoin
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Richard Stockton
Monmouth (Ill.)
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Monmouth
Utah State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 UMBC
Drexel
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Illinois-Chicago
Toledo
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 UC Santa Barbara
Monmouth
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Tiffin
Stonehill
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Nebraska
Jackson State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-14 Millikin
Ithaca
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-14 Millikin
College of New Jersey
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-13 Azusa Pacific
Holy Names
6
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-13 Holy Names
Azusa Pacific
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-13 Indianapolis
Minnesota State Mankato
1
0
8 Innings
2014-03-13 Adelphi
Minnesota State Mankato
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Husson
Westminster (Pa.)
7
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-13 Westminster (Pa.)
Suffolk
6
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-13 McKendree
Dakota State
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-13 McKendree
Swathmore
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-13 Oregon
Valparaiso
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Oneonta State
Rockford
10
0
5 Innings
2014-03-13 Rockford
Drew
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Hawaii Hilo
Academy of Art
8
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-13 Academy of Art
Hawaii Hilo
10
8
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-13 Texas State
Sam Houston State
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-13 UCF
Notre Dame
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Notre Dame
Florida International
4
3
13 Innings [Read More]
ND's longest game since April 22, 1995 (8-4 in 15 innings over Cleveland State).
2014-03-13 Covenant (Ga.)
Sewanee (University of the South)
23
6
6 Innings
2014-03-13 Sewanee (University of the South)
Covenant (Ga.)
12
11
8 Innings
2014-03-13 Tusculum
King (Tennessee)
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Tusculum
King (Tennessee)
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Angelo State
Eastern New Mexico
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Stevens Institute
Olivet
3
2
12 Innings [Read More]
Scoreless pitcher's dual for the first eight innings. Only runs scored in the game were runners who were placed on second because of the international tiebreaker. Ashlynn Grubb struck out 18 batters.

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2014-03-13 Olivet
Eastern Nazarene
12
2
5 Innings [Read More]
Kelsey Scheenks went 3-for-4 at the plate. Terri Hurosky had two hits to go along with 4 RBI.

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2014-03-13 James Madison
Hawaii
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-13 Central Arkansas
Memphis
9
1
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-13 Chaminade
Dominican (California)
15
5
5 Innings
2014-03-13 Dominican (California)
Chaminade
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Piedmont
La Grange
3
2
8 Innings [Read More]
After leading the offense in game one, Carter became the hero of game two as her sac fly brought home Maryrose Burns with the winning run in the top of the eighth. The Lion's defense was spot on in the bottom of the extra frame recording an out as LaGrange bunted the tie breaker runner to third for a an out. A ground out to third and a pop up behind the catcher ended the game giving the #12 team in the country a hard fought win to run their record to 16-2 overall and 10-0 in the USA South. Ellingson returned to the circle in relief of Brittany head to pick up her 11th win of the year and second of the day.

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2014-03-13 Piedmont
La Grange
8
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Jordan Ellingson tossed a complete game to pick up her 10th win of the season. Home runs from Laura Carter and Allie Vaughn paced the offense while Carter was 3-4 with 3 runs scored and three rbis.

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2014-03-13 Pacific (California)
Fresno State
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Tiffin
Wilmington (Delaware)
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Winona State
Tiffin
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Southern Mississippi
Alcorn State
8
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-13 UC Santa Barbara
Utah State
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-13 Wayne State (Michigan)
LIU Post
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Wayne State (Michigan)
Glenville State
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-13 Hood
Monmouth (Ill.)
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Monmouth (Ill.)
Becker
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-13 Mercyhurst
Bemidji State
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-13 LIU Post
Ohio Dominican
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Wheaton (Mass.)
Kean
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Mercyhurst
Bemidji State
11
2
7 Innings
2014-03-13 Kean
Albion
10
1
5 Innings
2014-03-12 Ole Miss
Louisiana-Monroe
11
1
5 Innings
2014-03-12 Louisiana-Monroe
Ole Miss
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Incarnate Word
St. Edward's
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-12 St. Edward's
Incarnate Word
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-12 St. Edward's
Incarnate Word
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-12 Mississippi State
Georgia State
16
9
7 Innings [Read More]
Georgia State hit three home runs in the game. Taylor Anderson and Lauren Coleman each finished with four RBI. Coleman went 3-for-4 with a single, double and homer. Anderson finished with a double, a home run and scored twice.

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2014-03-12 Pennsylvania
Providence
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Principia
Albertus Magnus
9
3
7 Innings
2014-03-12 McKendree
Delaware Valley
16
0
5 Innings
2014-03-12 McKendree
Arcadia
9
5
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Hawaii
Valparaiso
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-12 Wisconsin-Stout
St. Olaf
9
7
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Wisconsin-Stout
St. Olaf
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Incarnate Word
St. Edward's
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-12 St. Edward's
Incarnate Word
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Dixie State
Notre Dame de Namur
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Notre Dame de Namur
Dixie State
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-12 George Fox
Lewis & Clark
6
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Felicia Chavez hits grand slam for George Fox to cap 6-run bottom of the 6th, giving the Bruins the win.

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2014-03-12 Ursuline
Robert Morris College
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Florida State
Florida Gulf Coast
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Olivet
Mount Mary
18
2
5 Innings [Read More]
Leadoff batter Ashley Milheim went 4-for-4 with 4 runs scored and 4 RBI. Devon Mayse had 2 hits, 2 runs scored and 2 RBI.

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2014-03-12 Olivet
North Park
6
0
6 Innings
No-Hitter
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Ashlynn Grubb threw a perfect game.

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2014-03-12 Tulsa
Arkansas
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Memphis
Jackson State
6
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-12 Memphis
Jackson State
8
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-12 George Fox
Lewis & Clark
6
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Felicia Chavez hits grand slam to cap 6-run rally in last of 6th to give Bruins the win.
2014-03-12 James Madison
Valparaiso
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-12 James Madison
Brigham Young
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Haverford
Millikin
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Millikin
St. Lawrence
16
7
5 Innings
2014-03-12 Bemidji State
SUNY Institute of Technology
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Bemidji State
SUNY Institute of Technology
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Bemidji State
Gordon (Mass.)
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-12 Georgia Tech
Virginia
3
2
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-12 Georgia Tech
Virginia
10
2
6 Innings [Read More]
Freshman Colleen Darragh tallied seven RBI with a walkoff grand slam, a two-run home run and an RBI-single to lead Georgia Tech (15-6, 4-4 ACC) to a pair of wins Wednesday against Virginia (3-18, 1-7 ACC) at Mewborn Field. The Jackets defeated Virginia in game one, 10-2 in six innings, before downing the Cavaliers, 3-2 in eight innings, ending a 21-game home stand with a bang.

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2014-03-12 Guilford
Roanoke
9
7
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Southern Mississippi
Alcorn State
10
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
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First career no-hitter for true freshman Samantha Robles

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2014-03-12 Southern Mississippi
Alcorn State
13
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-12 Monmouth (Ill.)
Coast Guard
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Monmouth (Ill.)
Rensselaer
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Western Illinois
Wichita State
8
5
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Wichita State
Western Illinois
10
6
7 Innings
2014-03-12 Syracuse
Campbell
7
6
7 Innings [Read More]
BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Syracuse overcame a six-run deficit with seven runs in the final four innings to defeat Campbell 7-6 in a non-conference game on Wednesday, March 12. After falling behind 6-0 heading into the top of the fourth, the Syracuse (7-13) bats woke up for five runs on six hits in the get within a run. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne added a solo shot in the fifth to tie the score and freshman Alyssa Dewes crushed one of her own in the top of the sixth that proved to be the game-winner. "The first three innings I was wondering what was going on because we really weren't doing much, so it was a little frustrating," said head Coach Leigh Ross. "And then when they (Campbell) scored all of their runs, as a coach you look at the track record lately and we've been down. Initially I thought 'okay we'll see what we're made, we'll see who is going to step up." Ozanne was one of those who stepped up in a big way, finishing 3-for-4 with two home runs and three runs batted in. It is the second multi-homer game of Ozanne's career, joining only six other players in Syracuse history to accomplish the feat at least twice. Dewes hit the first four-bagger of her career and scored two runs while sophomore Danielle Chitkowski hit her second dinger in as many games. Freshman Nicole Lundstrom extended her hitting streak to five games with a two-run single. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (5-5) pitched four innings of relief, striking out six while only giving up two hits, to earn the win. She also hit a double at the plate. Courtney Klinger broke open the scoring with a two-out jack in the bottom of the first to help Campbell (14-13) jump out to a 1-0 lead. The Camels pushed five runs across the plate in the bottom of the third to extend their advantage to 6-0. A two-run double by Milly Martinet made it 3-0. Campbell proceeded to load the bases, and an error off the bat of Olivia Scarborough allowed another run to score. Bailey Bjorson followed with a single that plated two more runs to give the hosts its largest margin of 6-0. Syracuse had an answer for each one of Campbell's runs, scoring five of its own in the next half inning. Senior Jasmine Watson singled for SU's first hit of the game in the fourth and Ozanne followed with a two-run bomb. Two pitches later, Chitkowski made it back-to-back homers for the second time in as many games. "Cory (Ozanne) did the same thing as yesterday, just started with getting a couple of runs on the board. Then Dani (Chitkowski) came in and put another run up," said Ross. "I think with that mindset, they're gaining confidence through that and we need more kids to have that mentality and want to be the one to step up." The Orange continued its hot-hitting in the inning and loaded the bases. With two gone, Lundstrom lined a pitch back up the middle to plate two more runs to get Syracuse within 6-5. Ozanne was back at it again the next inning, blasting her second homer of the game to even the score at 6-6. O'Hara pitched a perfect fifth, striking out a pair, to get the Orange offense up to bat again. This time it was Dewes playing hero as her first career home run cleared the fence in left center. "I thought they fought through a lot of things today. The fans we're pretty tough on them, the crowd was pretty loud. Alyssa Dewes was big today with that home run. I think they were razzing her harder than anybody at that point," said Ross. O'Hara allowed a leadoff single in the sixth, but recovered to retire the last six batters of the contest, sitting three of them down on strikes to complete the comeback. Syracuse wraps up its six-game trip to North Carolina with a contest on Friday, March 14 at Appalachian at 1 p.m. The meeting was originally slated as a doubleheader for Thursday, March 13.

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1
7 Innings
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Ball State
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6
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Ohio State
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1
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Florida Atlantic
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0
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North Carolina
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0
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Bridgeport (Conn.)
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2
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Texas A&M-International
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Lees-McRae
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-11 Minnesota State Mankato
Glenville State
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-11 Ohio Valley
Principia
12
6
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SUNY Canton
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2
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0
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0
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Minnesota State Moorhead
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Minnesota State Moorhead
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0
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American International
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-11 Florida Southern
American International
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-11 Texas State
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
13
0
5 Innings
2014-03-11 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
Texas State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-11 Covenant (Ga.)
Maryville (Tenn.)
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-11 Covenant (Ga.)
Maryville (Tenn.)
14
5
7 Innings
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Tuskegee
15
4
5 Innings
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Arcadia
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0
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Delaware Valley
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1
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1
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New Jersey City
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-11 North Carolina State
Radford
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-11 North Carolina State
Radford
7
0
7 Innings
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Millikin
4
3
8 Innings
2014-03-11 Cornell College
Millikin
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-11 Rollins
Wilmington (Delaware)
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-11 Virginia Tech
Florida State
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-11 Florida State
Virginia Tech
12
0
5 Innings
2014-03-11 Chaminade
Upper Iowa
3
0
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2014-03-11 Upper Iowa
Chaminade
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0
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Elon
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ELON, N.C. – Freshman pitcher Sydney O'Hara threw a complete-game, six-hit shutout and the Orange bats provided three home runs as Syracuse topped Elon 5-0 in a non-conference clash at Hunt Field on Tuesday, March 11. With the win, Syracuse (6-13, 0-3 ACC) snapped a seven-game skid while handing Elon (15-6-1) its first loss in the last eight contests. O'Hara struck out 10 batters in the victory and walked just one, marking the third time she reached the double-digit plateau in just six starts this season. She is just one of four pitchers in school history to throw three shutouts with at least 10 strikeouts in a game in a single season. Entering the day, O'Hara led the ACC with 8.61 strikeouts per seven innings and upped that total to 8.85. Sophomores Corinne Ozanne and Danielle Chitkowski and senior Shirley Daniels all homered for SU, accounting for all five of the runs. Ozanne's was a three-run blast. Freshman Nicole Lundstrom recorded her eighth multi-hit game of the season, going 2-for-3 with a run. Syracuse sent nine batters to the plate in a four-run, fourth inning to break a scoreless tie. With one out, a single by Lundstrom and walk to junior Julie Wambold placed runners on first and second. Following another out, Ozanne unloaded with a three-run bomb to center to put SU ahead 3-0. Chitkowski made it back-to-back jacks three pitches later, giving the Orange a 4-0 lead. O'Hara and junior Mary Dombrowski looked to keep the inning rolling with singles, but relief pitcher Caitlin O'Shea retired the next batter to get out of the inning and leave two runners on base. After leaving two runners on base in the third, Elon was back at it again in the fifth with two aboard and two outs, but O'Hara got the next batter to ground out to third and end the inning. O'Hara wouldn't be in another jam until the final inning after SU extended its lead to 5-0 on Daniels' solo shot in the top half. One out away from victory, O'Hara allowed a walk and a hit before retiring the last batter to close out the complete game. SU continues its North Carolina excursion at Campbell on Wednesday, March 12 at 5 p.m. The doubleheader originally scheduled for Thursday, March 13 against Appalachian State will now be a single game on Friday, March 14.

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2
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2
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0
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3
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Harding
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5
7 Innings
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East Carolina
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6
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Mount St. Mary's
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3
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3
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Franciscan
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1
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Northwestern-St. Paul
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1
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2014-03-11 St. Cloud State
Ohio Dominican
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6
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2
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7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-10 Emporia State
Missouri Western State
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-10 Minnesota State Mankato
Hillsdale
9
0
5 Innings
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Ohio Dominican
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1
7 Innings
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Principia
11
9
7 Innings
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Colorado-Colorado Springs
18
6
6 Innings
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Rockford
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7
9 Innings
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Rockford
12
11
7 Innings
2014-03-10 North Georgia
Kentucky Wesleyan
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3
7 Innings
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Kentucky Wesleyan
8
0
5 Innings
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Ursinus
9
4
7 Innings
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Swathmore
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1
7 Innings
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0
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St. Thomas Aquinas
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2
7 Innings
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Regis (Colorado)
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0
7 Innings
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Coastal Carolina
3
2
7 Innings
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Kean
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5
7 Innings
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Mount St. Joseph
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-10 Westfield State
Monmouth (Ill.)
6
11
7 Innings
2014-03-10 Monmouth (Ill.)
Penn State-Behrend
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-10 Ursuline
Robert Morris College
11
0
5 Innings
2014-03-10 Chadron State
Regis (Colorado)
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-10 Ursuline
Montreat
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-10 Meredith
Millikin
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-10 Coastal Carolina
Eastern Illinois
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-10 Lake Forest
Millikin
9
6
9 Innings
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Swathmore
7
1
7 Innings
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Northern State
8
0
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0
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Northwest Missouri State
5
3
7 Innings
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Ferris State
2
0
7 Innings
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LIU Post
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0
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Wesley
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3
7 Innings
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Adams State
3
1
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Valparaiso
7
0
7 Innings
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Valparaiso
3
1
7 Innings
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Rockford
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Rockford
Nazareth
7
5
7 Innings
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Nova Southeastern
5
4
7 Innings
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Catawba
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Chattanooga
Toledo
2
1
7 Innings
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Lee
6
5
8 Innings
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Spalding
6
3
7 Innings
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Spalding
8
0
7 Innings
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Georgetown
6
1
7 Innings
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UAB
7
1
7 Innings
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Stevens Institute
1
0
7 Innings
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Franklin & Marshall
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0
7 Innings
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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Despite two home runs by freshman Nicole Lundstrom, Syracuse couldn't overcome four long-balls by North Carolina as the Tar Heels took the final meeting in the three-game series, 13-4, to earn the sweep on Sunday, March 9 at Anderson Field. Lundstrom is now the 17th player in program history to hit at least two home runs in a contest. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne was the last to accomplish the feat, hitting three against Georgetown on April 14, 2013. Dating back to yesterday, Lundstrom has three home runs in her last three official at-bats, walking once in between. She is only the third player in school history to hit a home run in three straight at bats. The other two were Hallie Gibbs, who walked twice between her second and third homers in a double header versus Niagara on May 4, 2011 and Amy Kelly, who did it in three consecutive trips to the plate in a doubleheader against Seton Hall on April 20, 2008. Senior Shirley Daniels finished with a single, one run batted in and had a stolen base. Junior Mary Dombrowski was 1-for-2 and hit her third double of the season. North Carolina jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning thanks to a two-run blast by Jenna Kelly. Syracuse got one back in the second on Lundstrom's first homer. The 13-pitch at-bat ended with Lundstrom going yard over the fence in right field. A grand slam by Kristen Brown in the bottom half of the inning, however, gave the Tar Heels a 6-1 cushion. The first two batters reached base on a walk and bunt single, but freshman Christina Clermont got the next two out at first on bunts. A hit by pitch loaded the bases for Brown who went deep to straight away center. Amber Parrish roped UNC's third home run on the day by leading off the bottom of the third with solo shot to push the North Carolina lead to 7-1. The Orange put three runs on the scoreboard in the top of the fourth to climb back within 7-4 and had the tying run at the plate when the inning ended. It all started when Ozanne reached on an infield single and Lundstrom followed with her second homer of the contest. With two runners on following a double by junior Mary Dombrowski and hit by pitch taken by freshman Alyssa Dewes, Daniels lined a pitch back up the middle to plate Dombrowski from second ad make it 7-3. That brought up sophomore Riley Johnson who field out to center field and ended the threat. With six runs in the home half of the fourth, the Tar Heels went ahead 13-4 and relief pitcher Lauren Batten tossed a perfect fifth to end the game early. Syracuse will begin a stretch of four non-conference tilts in three days beginning with a matchup with Elon at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 11.

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2
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Lynchburg
11
3
5 Innings
2014-03-09 Salisbury
Lynchburg
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 North Florida
Kennesaw State
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Ursuline
Medaille
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Ursuline
Rio Grande
10
5
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Oregon State
Grand Canyon
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Eastern Illinois
Furman
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Eastern Illinois
Bryant
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Illinois-Springfield
Quincy
10
2
6 Innings
2014-03-09 Quincy
Illinois-Springfield
3
1
7 Innings
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Brown
8
0
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Brown
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3
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5
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2
1
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5
1
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2
6 Innings
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1
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Colorado School of Mines
11
3
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-09 Colorado Mesa
Colorado School of Mines
7
6
9 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-09 Notre Dame
Georgia Tech
12
0
5 Innings [Read More]
ND senior pitcher Laura Winter set program career strikeouts record (909) during the game.
2014-03-09 Florida
Ole Miss
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 UCLA
Georgetown
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-09 UCLA
CSU Bakersfield
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Millsaps
Lesley
11
6
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Millikin
Rhode Island College
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-09 North Carolina State
North Carolina State
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Omaha
Colorado State
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Harding
East Central
8
6
7 Innings
2014-03-09 East Central
Harding
12
2
5 Innings
2014-03-09 George Washington
Mount St. Mary's
2
2
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Tennessee
College of Charleston
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-09 Tennessee
Georgia Southern
2
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-09 McNeese State
Sam Houston State
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Alabama
South Carolina
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-09 James Madison
Hawaii
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Louisville
Ohio
22
4
5 Innings
2014-03-09 Louisville
Ohio State
11
5
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Gettysburg
SUNY Canton
13
5
6 Innings
2014-03-09 South Florida
St. Joseph's
5
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Sara Nevins throws one-hit complete game shutout.
2014-03-09 Nevada
Seattle
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 UC Santa Barbara
Seattle
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Regis (Colorado)
Chadron State
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-09 Chadron State
Regis (Colorado)
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-09 South Florida
Utah
7
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-09 Stanford
UC Davis
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Kansas
LIU Brooklyn
6
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-09 Stanford
UC Davis
3
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Erin Ashby delivered an RBI-triple in the bottom of the seventh inning to propel Stanford to a 3-2 victory over UC Davis.
2014-03-09 Monmouth
George Mason
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 George Mason
Cornell
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-09 James Madison
California
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Furman
Coastal Carolina
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Coastal Carolina
Appalachian State
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-09 Kentucky
Mississippi State
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 McDaniel
Mary Washington
10
1
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Mary Washington
McDaniel
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Emory
Agnes Scott
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-09 Emory
Spalding
8
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Emory's Hannah Sendel and Tara Fallahee both go 3-for-3 at the plate.
2014-03-09 North Georgia
King (Tennessee)
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 North Georgia
King (Tennessee)
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 King (Tennessee)
Kentucky Wesleyan
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Arizona
San Jose State
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-09 UMBC
Maryland-Eastern Shore
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Maryland-Eastern Shore
UMBC
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Auburn
LSU
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Minnesota State Mankato
LIU Post
3
0
8 Innings
2014-03-09 Loyola (Illinois)
CSU Bakersfield
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-09 West Virginia Wesleyan
Tiffin
14
8
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Tiffin
Bentley
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 North Dakota State
Portland State
11
3
6 Innings [Read More]
Jackie Stifter 3-for-4 with two doubles and four RBI
2014-03-09 Indiana
Boise State
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Florida State
Virginia
15
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-03-09 North Carolina
Syracuse
13
4
5 Innings
2014-03-09 George Washington
Wagner
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-09 East Carolina
UAB
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Quinnipiac
St. John's (New York)
5
3
7 Innings [Read More]
USF-Under Armour Showcase
2014-03-09 Central Connecticut State
St. Bonaventure
6
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-09 Wayne State (Michigan)
LIU Post
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 Tampa
Rollins
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-09 St. John's (New York)
Cleveland State
4
3
7 Innings [Read More]
USF-Under Armour Showcase
2014-03-09 Pacific (California)
Hawaii
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Kent State
Tennessee Tech
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Georgia
Kent State
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Williamette
Pacific Lutheran
7
5
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Texas-Permian Basin
St. Edward's
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Cal State Chico
Cal State Dominguez Hills
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Cal State Chico
Cal State Dominguez Hills
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Nova Southeastern
Francis Marion
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Francis Marion
Nova Southeastern
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Minnesota State Mankato
Ohio Dominican
8
4
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Minnesota State Mankato
Wayne State (Michigan)
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Princeton
Hartford
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Hartford
Princeton
6
5
8 Innings
2014-03-08 Boise State
Valparaiso
6
5
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Valparaiso
Weber State
10
7
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Palm Beach Atlantic
Lincoln Memorial
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Armstrong
Lincoln Memorial
6
10
7 Innings
2014-03-08 North Georgia
Catawba
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Florida Southern
Lynn
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Florida Southern
Lynn
13
3
5 Innings
2014-03-08 William Peace
Covenant (Ga.)
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-08 Covenant (Ga.)
William Peace
10
8
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Chattanooga
Fordham
10
3
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Central Michigan
Chattanooga
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Arkansas Tech
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Arkansas Tech
8
3
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Lee
West Alabama
10
5
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Agnes Scott
Spalding
11
4
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Emory
Spalding
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Cal State Northridge
Georgetown
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 UAB
East Carolina
5
4
8 Innings
2014-03-08 East Carolina
UAB
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Kenyon
Salem State
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Bridgewater State
Kenyon
3
2
9 Innings
2014-03-08 Coe
Ohio Northern
11
1
5 Innings
2014-03-08 Coe
Rensselaer
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Washington
Texas
6
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Ali Aguilar went 3-for-4, with 1 run scored, 1 double, 1 home run, and 4 RBI. For Aguilar, it was her 4th home run of the season. Kylee Lahners hit her 9th home run of the season. Kaitlin Inglesby made the start in the circle and earned her 6th victory of the season.

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Wilkes
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-08 Salisbury
Wilkes
12
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-03-08 Kennesaw State
North Florida
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Kennesaw State
North Florida
10
8
7 Innings
2014-03-08 UC Santa Barbara
Nevada
9
5
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Randolph
Ursuline
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Mount Union
Ursuline
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Cal State Northridge
Grand Canyon
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Grand Canyon
Oregon State
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Georgia Southern
Holy Cross
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 College of Charleston
Holy Cross
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Georgia College
Newberry
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Georgia College
Barry
9
4
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Belmont
Brown
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Loyola Marymount
Brown
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Youngstown State
Norfolk State
3
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Marist
Norfolk State
10
2
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Texas-Dallas
Mississippi College
7
6
9 Innings
2014-03-08 Alabama-Huntsville
Shorter
2
1
11 Innings
2014-03-08 Shorter
Alabama-Huntsville
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 North Texas
Middle Tennessee
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 North Texas
Middle Tennessee
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Wayne State (Michigan)
Northern State
9
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Minnesota State Mankato
Wayne State (Michigan)
5
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Minnesota State Mankato
Ohio Dominican
8
4
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Adelphi
Ohio Dominican
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 St. Joseph's
Providence
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Southern Illinois
Providence
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-08 Piedmont
Methodist
10
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Piedmont
Methodist
10
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Georgia Tech
Notre Dame
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Notre Dame
Georgia Tech
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Florida
Ole Miss
10
3
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Angelo State
Texas Woman's University
9
6
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Angelo State
Texas Woman's University
15
9
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Sam Houston State
McNeese State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 McNeese State
Sam Houston State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Alabama
South Carolina
10
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Kansas
Utah
4
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Kansas
St. John's (New York)
4
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 George Mason
Cornell
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-08 George Mason
Monmouth
8
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 George Mason
Cornell
8
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 James Madison
California
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Eastern Arizona College
Pima Community College
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-08 Eastern Arizona College
Pima Community College
7
4
7 Innings
2014-03-08 King (Tennessee)
Kentucky Wesleyan
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 North Georgia
King (Tennessee)
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 St. Mary's (Texas)
Oklahoma Panhandle State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-08 Arizona
Cal State Fullerton
15
0
5 Innings
2014-03-08 CSU Bakersfield
Charleston Southern
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-08 CSU Bakersfield
UNLV
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Indiana
Weber State
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Florida State
Virginia
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-08 Virginia
Florida State
11
9
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Houston
Fresno State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Arizona
Houston
6
5
9 Innings
2014-03-08 UC Davis
Portland State
4
3
8 Innings
2014-03-08 UC Davis
North Dakota State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Colorado Mesa
Colorado School of Mines
7
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Colorado Mesa
Colorado School of Mines
9
1
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Stanford
Portland State
9
1
5 Innings [Read More]
Stanford rallied for three runs in the fourth and five in the fifth to defeat Portland State 9-1 in five innings.
2014-03-08 Stanford
Brigham Young
7
5
7 Innings [Read More]
Madi Schreyer (16-4) picked up her 16th win on the season in the circle and Stanford posted 11 hits to defeat BYU, 7-5.
2014-03-08 Nebraska
Washington
2
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Taylor Edwards walk-off 2-run HR
2014-03-08 Nebraska
Cal State Fullerton
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 South Dakota
Memphis
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Stetson
Memphis
9
7
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 UCLA
Charleston Southern
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 UC Davis
North Dakota State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 North Carolina
Syracuse
9
4
7 Innings
2014-03-08 North Carolina
Syracuse
9
4
7 Innings [Read More]
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Syracuse officially began its tenure as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference on Saturday, March 8 in a doubleheader at North Carolina, with the Tar Heels winning the pair. In the opener, North Carolina (10-9, 4-1 ACC) came out swinging and cruised to a 9-1 victory. The teams were locked in a tight battle through four innings in game two, but the Tar Heels scored eight times in the final two innings for a 9-4 win. "Obviously we didn't get the result we wanted today," said assistant coach Matt Nandin. "We're trying to figure out what identity this team has, what direction we want to go in and what we need to do to be successful. Because that's what we want to do, we want to win. We just didn't play well today. It is what it is." The second game was much closer as the Orange took a 2-1 lead into the bottom of the fifth. However, UNC exploded for a six-run frame and added two more in the sixth to go up 9-2. Syracuse tacked on two runs in the seventh for the final score. Freshman Nicole Lundstrom hit her second career home run and scored twice. Daniels tallied a two-run triple and sophomore Danielle Chitkowski also had an extra base-hit with a double. Freshman Alyssa Dewes posted her second multi-hit game in just four starts this season, going 2-for-3. Freshman Christina Clermont (1-2) took the loss while classmate Jordyn White made her collegiate debut with 1.2 innings of work in the circle, striking out three. Daniels led off the game with a walk and stole second. Back-to-back groundouts let Daniels score with an RBI going to junior Julie Wambold. North Carolina evened the score in the bottom half on Erin Satterfield's solo blast. The score remained that way until the fifth inning when Lundstrom hit an opposite filed home run to begin the inning and put the Orange back on top 2-1. Chitkowski followed with a double and a one out single by Dewes placed runners on the corners. But relief pitcher Lauren Batten shut the door to close out the inning and keep it a one-run game. A monster six-run inning in the bottom of the fifth gave the Tar Heels more than they would need to take control of the game. Clermont retired the first batter, but walked and hit the next batters. A wild pitch moved both up and Mateen's but single tied the score at 2-2. Two more walks kept the bases loaded and gave UNC to take a 3-2 lead. That brought up Jenny Kelly who smashed a grand slam to left center for a 7-2 margin. North Carolina plated two more runs in the sixth on Kelly's RBI groundout in the sixth. After the first run scored, a throwing error allowed Mateen to touch the plate and make it 9-2. Syracuse looked to rally in the seventh, but came up short. Daniels hit a two-out, two-run triple to get the Orange within 9-4. However Johnson's deep fly to center ended the game.

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Syracuse
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1
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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Syracuse officially began its tenure as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference on Saturday, March 8 in a doubleheader at North Carolina, with the Tar Heels winning the pair. In the opener, North Carolina (10-9, 4-1 ACC) came out swinging and cruised to a 9-1 victory. The teams were locked in a tight battle through four innings in game two, but the Tar Heels scored eight times in the final two innings for a 9-4 win. "Obviously we didn't get the result we wanted today," said assistant coach Matt Nandin. "We're trying to figure out what identity this team has, what direction we want to go in and what we need to do to be successful. Because that's what we want to do, we want to win. We just didn't play well today. It is what it is." Sophomore Riley Johnson recorded a single and one run batted in for the first game. Senior Shirley Daniels was also 1-for-2 with a run scored and a stolen base. Freshman Sydney O'Hara (3-5) started and lasted three innings. North Carolina set the tone for the opener, pushing one run across in the first inning. Aquilla Mateen led off with a single to right center, stole second and came around to score on Kristen Brown's RBI double to left center with one out. The Tar Heels added two runs in the second on Mateen's two-out, two-run single to make it 3-0. In the third, Kati Causey crushed a three-run homer over the left field wall to extend UNC's lead to 6-0 and put the game out of reach. Syracuse (5-12, 0-2 ACC) was able to get one run in the fourth on back-to-back hits by Daniels and Johnson to lead off the frame. Daniels smoked a pitch up the middle for the Orange's first hit of the contest. Johnson followed with a single off the center field wall that allowed the speedy Daniels to come all the way home. Three more runs in the bottom half of the fourth gave the Tar Heels a 9-1 advantage, and the eight runs they would need to end the game after five innings. Darby Rosen started off the inning with a solo shot to right field. After a single by Marteen – her third of the game – Jordan Scarboro walked. Both runners moved up on a passed ball and scored on a two-run single by Brown. SU and the Tar Heels will wrap up a three-game series on Sunday, March 9 at 1 p.m.

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Syracuse
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-08 North Carolina
Abilene Christian
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-08 Louisville
Ohio
11
4
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Tampa
Rollins
1
0
8 Innings
2014-03-08 Tampa
Rollins
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Virginia Tech
Michigan State
9
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Michigan State
Hofstra
1
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Arkansas
Bradley
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Arkansas
Mississippi Valley
20
4
5 Innings [Read More]
Arkansas scored 20 runs in the third inning.
2014-03-08 Coastal Carolina
Bryant
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Coastal Carolina
Furman
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 UCLA
Loyola (Illinois)
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Florida Tech
Eckerd
4
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Rachel Pence (10-4) picks up the win. Nicole Shinsky comes through with a big two-run RBI double to put the Panthers up 4-2.

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Eckerd
3
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Taylor Smith (6-4) has now given up three earned runs in her last 43 1/3 innings.

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Pacific (California)
4
2
8 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-08 Oklahoma City
Northwood (Texas)
11
3
5 Innings
2014-03-08 Oklahoma City
Northwood (Texas)
10
6
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Dixie State
California Baptist
10
7
7 Innings
2014-03-08 California Baptist
Dixie State
8
6
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Harding
East Central
8
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Harding
East Central
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 UAB
East Carolina
5
4
8 Innings
2014-03-08 East Carolina
UAB
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Central Connecticut State
St. Bonaventure
9
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-08 Northwestern
Western Michigan
5
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Nicole Bond throws 2-hit shutout for Northwestern.

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LIU Brooklyn
10
0
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Pittsburgh
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 North Carolina State
Pittsburgh
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-08 George Washington
Howard
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 George Washington
Binghamton
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Mississippi State
Kentucky
2
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Freshman pinch hitter Katie Anne Bailey delivers walk-off double in the bottom of the seventh.

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Tennessee
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Auburn
LSU
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-08 UMBC
Maryland-Eastern Shore
13
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
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Kelly Lane throws a five-inning perfect game.
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Illinois
5
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Seattle
10
2
6 Innings
2014-03-08 UMBC
Maryland-Eastern Shore
7
4
7 Innings
2014-03-08 UC Santa Barbara
Seattle
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Michigan
Texas
3
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Haylie Wagner improved her record to 11-0. Lyndsay Doyle went 3-for-4, including the game-winning hit.
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Wesleyan (Ga.)
18
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
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Wesleyan (Ga.)
15
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
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Dayton
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-08 Kansas
St. John's (New York)
4
0
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-08 Brigham Young
North Dakota State
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Loyola (Illinois)
UNLV
10
6
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Central Connecticut State
Iona
8
0
5 Innings [Read More]
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Oklahoma Panhandle State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-08 St. John's (New York)
Indiana State
5
0
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-08 Cedarville
Queens (New York)
2
1
8 Innings
2014-03-08 Cedarville
Notre Dame (Ohio)
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Linfield
Pacific Lutheran
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-08 Linfield
Pacific Lutheran
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Bluffton
Edgewood
8
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Salem State
7
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Kent State
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Kent State
Purdue
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 St. Edward's
Texas-Permian Basin
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 St. Edward's
Texas-Permian Basin
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Cal State Chico
Cal State Dominguez Hills
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Cal State Dominguez Hills
Cal State Chico
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-07 Weber State
Valparaiso
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Wisconsin-Stout
Dubuque
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Loras
Wisconsin-Stout
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Florida Southern
Lynn
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Utah
Chattanooga
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Chattanooga
Seton Hall
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Arkansas Tech
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Arkansas Tech
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Moravian
Regis (Mass.)
11
0
5 Innings
2014-03-07 Coe
John Carroll
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Coe
Houghton
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-07 Washington
Wisconsin
4
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Kaitlin Inglesby struck out a career-high batters over 7.0 innings and improved to 5-1 on the season in a 4-2 victory over Wisconsin on March 7. Kylee Lahners hit her 8th home run of the season. Lahners went 2-for-3, with 1 run scored, one home run, and 2 RBI. Courtney Gano went 1-for-3, with one run scored, one home run, and one RBI. For Gano, it was her first home run of the season.

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2014-03-07 Salisbury
Rutgers-Newark
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Salisbury
Rutgers-Newark
10
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-03-07 UC Santa Barbara
Nevada
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Cal State Northridge
Grand Canyon
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Grand Canyon
Georgetown
9
3
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Georgia College
Newberry
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Loyola Marymount
Brown
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Georgia College
Barry
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Lehigh
Brown
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Mississippi College
Texas-Dallas
9
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Mississippi College
Texas-Dallas
14
6
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Fordham
Providence
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Central Michigan
Providence
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Olivet
Northland
9
1
5 Innings [Read More]
Olivet's Alyssa Nielsen went 3-for-3 at the plate.

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2014-03-07 Olivet
Massachusetts Liberal Arts
7
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Olivet pitcher Morgan Stratton retired the first 14 batters she faced.

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2014-03-07 Cal State Fullerton
Fresno State
9
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Ole Miss
Florida
2
0
7 Innings [Read More]
- It was just the second time ever Ole Miss had defeated a No. 1 ranked team, and it was the first time since 2007. - Ole Miss handed Florida its first loss of the season.
2014-03-07 Angelo State
Texas Woman's University
11
3
6 Innings
2014-03-07 Alabama
South Carolina
14
4
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Kansas
South Florida
9
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Northwestern
Kansas
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Monmouth
George Mason
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 St. Mary's (Texas)
Oklahoma Panhandle State
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 St. Mary's (Texas)
Oklahoma Panhandle State
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Boise State
Indiana
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Weber State
Indiana
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Long Beach State
Houston
7
5
7 Innings
2014-03-07 North Dakota State
Stanford
4
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Stanford had multiple opportunities to get on the board but was unable to capitalize, leaving five runners on base – four of which that were in scoring position - as the Cardinal dropped its first decision at home to North Dakota State, 4-0.
2014-03-07 Stanford
Portland State
10
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Stanford struck early against the Vikings, posting six runs in the bottom of the first inning to earn a convincing 10-0 victory over Portland State.
2014-03-07 Stetson
Memphis
8
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 UCLA
UNLV
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-07 Eckerd
Florida Tech
1
0
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Oklahoma City
Texas Wesleyan
9
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Oklahoma City
Texas Wesleyan
2
1
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Dixie State
California Baptist
6
5
7 Innings
2014-03-07 California Baptist
Dixie State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Trine
Regis (Mass.)
17
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Trine
Elizabethtown
8
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Northwestern
Kansas
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Loyola (Illinois)
CSU Bakersfield
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-07 UCLA
Loyola (Illinois)
11
3
6 Innings
2014-03-07 Washington (Mo.)
Birmingham-Southern
5
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Washington (Mo.)
Birmingham-Southern
11
2
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Wisconsin
Arizona
7
5
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Incarnate Word
Prairie View A&M
9
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Prairie View A&M
Incarnate Word
8
4
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Saint Leo
Lincoln Memorial
3
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 LSU
Auburn
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 North Dakota State
Stanford
4
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Krista Menke (8-2) takes part in second shutout of day, third of the season.
2014-03-07 Oregon State
Georgetown
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Grand Canyon
Georgetown
9
3
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Kentucky
Mississippi State
4
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
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Nunley throws second career no-hitter.
2014-03-07 Louisville
Massachusetts
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Michigan
Arizona
3
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Haylie Wagner shutout a top-10 team for the second time this season (Kentucky, Feb. 22)
2014-03-07 Houston
Michigan
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Tennessee
Campbell
1
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Howard
George Washington
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 St. Mary's (Texas)
Oklahoma Panhandle State
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 St. Mary's (Texas)
Oklahoma Panhandle State
8
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Nebraska
San Jose State
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Kansas
South Florida
9
3
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Northwestern
South Florida
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Lebanon Valley
Thiel
7
3
7 Innings [Read More]
at Minneola Fla
2014-03-07 Lebanon Valley
Misericordia
6
1
7 Innings [Read More]
at Minneola Fla
2014-03-07 Tennessee
Holy Cross
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Western Kentucky
Holy Cross
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-07 Arizona State
Nebraska
1
0
8 Innings
2014-03-07 North Dakota State
Brigham Young
4
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Katie Thun & Krista Menke combine on four-hitter
2014-03-07 Tulsa
Western Illinois
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Virginia Tech
South Alabama
1
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-07 Oregon
Auburn
3
0
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Georgian Court
Cedarville
6
5
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Marshall
Michigan State
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-07 St. John's (New York)
Toledo
3
1
7 Innings [Read More]
USF-Under Armour Showcase
2014-03-07 Cedarville
Walsh
10
7
7 Innings
2014-03-07 Boston College
St. John's (New York)
4
2
7 Innings [Read More]
USF-Under Armour Showcase
2014-03-07 South Alabama
Marshall
1
0
7 Innings [Read More]
14 Beard strikeouts

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2014-03-07 Hawaii
Pacific (California)
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Bluffton
St. John Fisher
2
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-06 Bluffton
Milwaukee School of Engineering
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-06 Emporia State
Oklahoma Christian
13
12
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Oklahoma Christian
Emporia State
8
4
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Methodist
Regis (Mass.)
15
3
5 Innings
2014-03-06 Coe
DeSales
7
1
5 Innings
2014-03-06 Olivet
Wilmington (Ohio)
4
1
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-03-06 Long Beach State
Fresno State
8
0
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-06 Shorter
King (Tennessee)
11
0
5 Innings
2014-03-06 Shorter
King (Tennessee)
11
3
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Texas
Houston
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Stanford
Brigham Young
5
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Madi Schreyer (15-3) picked up her 15th win of the season in the circle, allowing three runs on seven hits, walking six and striking out six to lift Stanford to a 5-3 victory over BYU.
2014-03-06 Trine
Finlandia
12
4
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-06 Arizona State
Michigan
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Chaminade
Notre Dame de Namur
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Notre Dame de Namur
Chaminade
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Azusa Pacific
Lake Superior State
9
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-06 Azusa Pacific
Lake Superior State
6
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-06 Washington
Michigan
7
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Senior Whitney Jones hit her first career grand slam in the bottom of the 1st inning, propelling the No. 6 Huskies to a 7-1 win over No. 6 Michigan on Thursday in the Judi Garman Classic in Fullerton, Calif. It was the Huskies 4th win this season over a team ranked in the top 25 at the time, joining victories over Baylor, Oklahoma, and Texas. Bryana Walker tossed 7.0 innings, posting her 8th complete-game this season in 13 appearances and earning her 11th win.

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2014-03-06 California
Pacific (California)
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Kenyon
Alverno
7
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-06 USC Upstate
North Carolina
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Southern Connecticut State
Felician
11
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-06 Rollins
Sciences in Philadelphia
14
0
5 Innings
2014-03-06 Rollins
Saginaw Valley State
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-06 Lebanon Valley
Grove City
7
0
7 Innings [Read More]
at Clermont, Fla.
2014-03-06 Cedarville
Grand Valley State
14
9
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Bluffton
Northland
6
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-05 Texas A&M
Texas State
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Palm Beach Atlantic
Nova Southeastern
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Cal State Monterey Bay
Academy of Art
6
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-05 Cal State Monterey Bay
Academy of Art
6
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-05 Florida Southern
Dominican (New York)
5
4
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Florida Southern
Dominican (New York)
10
2
6 Innings
2014-03-05 West Covina (CA)
Northview High School (CA)
22
2
5 Innings [Read More]
Charter Oak Tournament
2014-03-05 Guilford
North Carolina Wesleyan
10
2
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Guilford
North Carolina Wesleyan
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Kenyon
Dominican (Ill.)
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Kenyon
Newbury
10
2
5 Innings
2014-03-05 Elon
Presbyterian
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Cal State Fullerton
Grand Canyon
9
7
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Georgia Tech
Troy
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-05 Angelo State
Texas A&M-International
19
0
5 Innings
2014-03-05 Angelo State
Texas A&M-International
12
8
7 Innings
2014-03-05 King (Tennessee)
Wingate
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-05 King (Tennessee)
Wingate
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-05 West Alabama
Miles
16
1
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Tennessee Tech
Holy Cross
8
0
6 Innings
2014-03-05 Tennessee Tech
Holy Cross
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Boston College
Jacksonville
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-05 UCF
Boston College
9
1
5 Innings
2014-03-05 North Carolina State
USC Upstate
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-05 North Carolina State
USC Upstate
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Holy Names
Chaminade
4
3
8 Innings
2014-03-05 Chaminade
Holy Names
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-05 California
Hawaii
10
1
5 Innings
2014-03-05 Tennessee
Wright State
8
0
6 Innings
No-Hitter
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Rainey Gaffin threw a six-strikeout, six-inning no-hitter in her first start as a pitcher. She is the first UT player to do that since Monica Abbott debuted with a no-hitter in 2004.
2014-03-05 Tennessee
Wright State
8
0
6 Innings [Read More]
Hannah Akamine hit 2 HRs for UT in the win.

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2014-03-05 Michigan
UCLA
9
4
7 Innings
2014-03-05 St. Mary's (Texas)
Texas A&M-Kingsville
10
3
7 Innings
2014-03-05 St. Mary's (Texas)
Texas A&M-Kingsville
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-05 West Alabama
Miles
13
2
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Alverno
Cedar Crest
2
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-05 Bluffton
Alverno
4
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-05 Lewis
Notre Dame (Ohio)
4
3
9 Innings
2014-03-05 North Alabama
West Alabama
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Cedarville
Post
4
3
8 Innings
2014-03-05 Southern Connecticut State
Post
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-05 Cedarville
Lewis
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Dominican (Ill.)
Bluffton
6
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 Wilmington (Ohio)
Bluffton
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 Carson-Newman
Concord
7
4
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Carson-Newman
Concord
8
5
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Florida Southern
Warner
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Warner
Florida Southern
3
1
9 Innings
2014-03-04 Birmingham-Southern
Covenant (Ga.)
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-04 Birmingham-Southern
Covenant (Ga.)
2
0
7 Innings
2014-03-04 UAB
Mississippi State
5
3
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Ohio Northern
Regis (Mass.)
10
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-03-04 Grove City
Regis (Mass.)
4
1
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Kenyon
St. John Fisher
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Kenyon
Northland
6
0
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Immaculata
Coe
9
2
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Coe
Muhlenberg
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Angelo State
Texas A&M-International
11
5
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Trine
Illinois College
10
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 Trine
Susquehanna
5
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 Eastern Arizona College
Paradise Valley CC
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Eastern Arizona College
Paradise Valley CC
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Azusa Pacific
California Baptist
4
3
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 California Baptist
Azusa Pacific
14
6
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 UTEP
New Mexico State
5
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 Lebanon Valley
Houghton
11
9
7 Innings [Read More]
at Clermont, Fla.
2014-03-04 Lebanon Valley
Adrian
3
2
7 Innings [Read More]
at Clermont, Fla.
2014-03-04 Concordia-St. Paul
Minnesota-Duluth
7
5
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Minnesota-Duluth
Concordia-St. Paul
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Florida
Boston College
7
3
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Young Harris
Montreat
12
3
5 Innings
2014-03-04 Young Harris
Montreat
12
2
5 Innings
2014-03-04 Georgia College
Mount Olive
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Georgia College
Mount Olive
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Florida Tech
Chestnut Hill
7
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Rachel Ionata (2-0) picked up the win. Elizabeth Eby and Nicole Shinsky had two hits each.

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2014-03-04 Florida Tech
Findlay
5
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Rachel Pence (9-3) fired a one-hitter. She has now thrown a perfect game, a one-hitter, two three-hitters and a five-hitter in six shutouts this season. She finished the game with 10 strikeouts to tie her season-high. She first struck out 10 batters in her perfect game performance against Fort Valley State on Feb. 1.

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2014-03-04 Dowling
Post
5
3
8 Innings
2014-03-04 Grand Valley State
Post
9
1
6 Innings
2014-03-04 UCLA
Michigan
4
1
8 Innings
2014-03-04 Holy Cross
Tennessee State
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-04 UAB
Mississippi State
5
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 Tennessee State
Holy Cross
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Cedarville
Saginaw Valley State
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Cedarville
Mary
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Ole Miss
Arkansas-Pine Bluff
17
0
5 Innings
2014-03-04 Ole Miss
Arkansas-Pine Bluff
5
2
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Arizona
Ball State
12
3
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 Arizona
Ball State
16
2
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 South Florida
Western Michigan
7
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-04 Sacramento State
UC Davis
5
0
7 Innings
2014-03-04 South Florida
Maine
8
0
5 Innings
2014-03-04 Stetson
Elon
9
0
7 Innings
2014-03-04 Pacific (California)
CSU Bakersfield
6
5
8 Innings [Read More]
International tiebreaker protocol was used under tournament rules
2014-03-04 Seattle
Boston U.
17
11
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Bluffton
Clark (Mass.)
7
6
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-03 Bluffton
Cedar Crest
21
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-03 St. Edward's
Calumet-St. Joseph
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-03 St. Edward's
Calumet-St. Joseph
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-03 St. Edward's
Calumet-St. Joseph
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Rose-Hulman
Regis (Mass.)
7
1
7 Innings
2014-03-03 St. Vincent
Regis (Mass.)
9
0
5 Innings
2014-03-03 Kenyon
Wilmington (Ohio)
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Kenyon
Franklin
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Coe
Misericordia
6
3
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Coe
Methodist
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-03 North Texas
Houston
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-03 North Texas
Houston
6
1
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Trine
Neumann
9
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-03 Trine
Misericordia
6
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-03 Lebanon Valley
John Carroll
2
0
7 Innings [Read More]
at Clermont, Fla.
2014-03-03 Lebanon Valley
St. Mary's (Minn.)
7
3
7 Innings [Read More]
at Clermont, Fla.
2014-03-03 Holy Names
Chaminade
10
9
8 Innings
2014-03-03 Holy Names
Chaminade
12
4
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Newbury
Alverno
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-03 Alverno
Northland
8
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-03-03 Utah State
Utah
8
5
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Georgia College
Carson-Newman
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Georgia College
Carson-Newman
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Azusa Pacific
Dixie State
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Dixie State
Azusa Pacific
4
2
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Rollins
Post
9
4
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Post
Wheeling Jesuit
5
4
8 Innings
2014-03-03 Utah
Ole Miss
6
2
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Ole Miss
Utah State
5
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
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Ole Miss senior pitcher Carly Hummel threw the first perfect game in school history. Hummel struck out a career-high 12 batters in the win.

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2014-03-03 Wheeling Jesuit
Cedarville
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-03 Cedarville
Lake Erie
6
5
8 Innings
2014-03-02 Humboldt State
Cal State Chico
11
8
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Cal State Chico
Humboldt State
8
7
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Georgia State
Western Michigan
6
1
7 Innings [Read More]
GSU second baseman Kensey Caldwell and first baseman Lauren Coleman each finished with two RBI to lead the team. Coleman was a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate. Starting pitcher Kaitlyn Medlam pitched six innings and allowed one run on four hits.

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2014-03-02 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
Princeton
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Valparaiso
Longwood
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Texas-Arlington
Valparaiso
1
0
7 Innings
2014-03-02 North Georgia
Queens (North Carolina)
4
3
7 Innings
2014-03-02 North Georgia
Brevard
6
4
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Barry
Florida Southern
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Barry
Florida Southern
3
1
7 Innings
2014-03-02 South Alabama
Chattanooga
2
1
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Guilford
Salem (N.C.)
7
4
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Guilford
Salem (N.C.)
7
2
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Georgia
UAB
10
1
5 Innings
2014-03-02 Coe
Aurora
7
0
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Kean
New Paltz State
10
6
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Kean
Roanoke
9
4
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Brown
North Carolina-Wilmington
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-02 South Carolina-Aiken
King (Tennessee)
7
6
7 Innings
2014-03-02 South Carolina-Aiken
King (Tennessee)
4
0
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Florida State
Alabama
5
1
7 Innings
2014-03-02 Fordham
Syracuse
2
1
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ORLANDO – The Syracuse softball team wrapped up its five-game stint in the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic with a 2-1 setback to in-state foe Fordham on Sunday, March 1. Sophomore Corinne Ozanne hit a solo home run in the game, her first of the season after tying for the team lead last year. Freshman pitcher Christina Clermont allowed just two runs – one earned – and three hits in 4.1 innings. Her classmate Sydney O'Hara shut the door for the final 2.2 innings to keep it a one-run ballgame. Ozanne's blast to left center led off the second inning and gave Syracuse a 1-0 lead. It was short lived, however, as Fordham answered in the next half inning to jump ahead 2-1, scoring its runs on a groundout and a wild pitch. A leadoff single, followed by a walk and passed ball placed Fordham runners on second and third with no outs. A grounder to short by Kayla Lombardo drove in the tying run and with two outs Amy Van Hoven came in to score on a wild pitch after reaching base on a walk. The Orange looked to get back in the game after putting runners first and second with two outs in the fourth following sophomore Riley Johnson's single. But a strikeout by Rams pitcher Lauren Quense ended the inning. Fordham threatened in the fifth and seventh innings hoping to add insurance runs but O'Hara would not allow it, keeping SU within striking distance. She inherited runners on first and second with one out when she entered the game and sat down the next two batters. In the seventh the first two Rams batters reached base safely before O'Hara got the next three to fly out in foul territory. Quense returned to the circle for the seventh inning and retired the side in order for the complete game victory. Syracuse finished the Citrus Classic with a 1-4 record. For the tournament, senior Jasmine Watson led the team in batting average (.357) and hits (5) and tied for the team high in homers (1) and runs batted in (3). Up next for the Orange is the Atlantic Coast Conference opener at North Carolina. The three-game series will feature a double-header beginning at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 8 with the finale at 12 p.m. on Sunday, March 9.

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3
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0
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Centenary (N.J.)
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Alabama State
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Mississippi Valley
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Penn State
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1
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Cal State Chico
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3
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Barry
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Covenant (Ga.)
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Chattanooga
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UAB
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4
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UC Santa Barbara
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Bucknell
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ORLANDO - The Syracuse softball team was swept by No. 25/RV Auburn and Bradley in its second day of competition at the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic on Saturday, March 1 in Orlando, Fla. Auburn (15-3-1) broke open the game, scoring eight runs in the final three innings to turn a 2-1 lead into a 10-1 advantage for the final tally. Against Bradley (6-12), Syracuse (5-9) scored twice in the top of the seventh to tie the game before surrendering one final run in the bottom of the inning to lose 6-5. In the nightcap, Syracuse led 3-1 before a four-run spurt turned the tables and gave the Braves a 5-3 lead. SU tied the game in the seventh with run-scoring doubles by Chitkowski and Johnson, setting up the dramatics in the bottom of the frame. Alyson Clemente led off with a single off the glove of an out-stretched sophomore Lindsey Larkin. She moved all the way to third on a sacrifice bunt by Shannon King plus an error on the play, and sprinted home on a wild pitch to the next batter to end it. Four Syracuse players had multi-hit games, led by 2-for-3 efforts by Johnson, Watson and freshman Alyssa Dewes while Chitkowski was 2-for-4. The latter three all had one run batted in. Daniels went 1-for-2 with two RBI and a stolen base. Syracuse and Bradley each scored runs in the second inning as the Orange jumped out to a 2-1 lead. SU loaded the bases with one out when Dewes smoked a single to right field to plate the game's first run. Daniels followed with a walk that sent across another run. In the bottom half, the Braves cut the deficit in half without getting a hit. With one out, a hit by pitch and two walks put runners on every base. A wild pitch by Clermont allowed Bradley's first score of the contest. SU added a run in the top of the fourth on a two-out, RBI double by Daniels to the left center gap, giving the Orange a 3-1 edge. Clermont took a no-hitter into the fifth inning, despite giving up a run three innings earlier. She retired the first batter, but a single by Brianne Joseph broke up the no-hit bid. That began a streak of five consecutive batters reaching base – including four singles – that evened the score at 3-3. Bradley pulled ahead 5-3 with two more runs in the home half of the sixth. An error off the bat of Joseph drove in a run from second and she came around to score on an RBI single by Brittany Burgess. Down to its final three outs, Syracuse rallied to knot the game at 5-5 with RBI doubles by Chitkowski and Johnson. Back-to-back walks to lead off the inning had the Orange with a pair of runners on and no outs. Chitkowski smashed a double to left center scoring Watson from second. Ozanne attempted to sneak home on an overthrow, but was tagged out at the plate as Chitkowski moved to third. After a strikeout, Johnson's double dropped in on the left field line allowing the run to score from third easily. Syracuse wraps up the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic with a game against in-state foe Fordham on Sunday, March 2 at 10 a.m.

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ORLANDO - The Syracuse softball team was swept by No. 25/RV Auburn and Bradley in its second day of competition at the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic on Saturday, March 1 in Orlando, Fla. Auburn (15-3-1) broke open the game, scoring eight runs in the final three innings to turn a 2-1 lead into a 10-1 advantage for the final tally. Against Bradley (6-12), Syracuse (5-9) scored twice in the top of the seventh to tie the game before surrendering one final run in the bottom of the inning to lose 6-5. Sophomore Danielle Chitkowski provided the run for Syracuse in the opener with a homer in fourth inning, while junior Mary Dombrowski was a perfect 3-for-3 with a double. Taking the loss was freshman Sydney O'Hara, who allowed two runs on two hits in four innings of work. In the first inning, O'Hara hit one batter and walked three of the next four, giving Auburn a 1-0 lead on no hits. The Tigers extended their advantage in the fourth to 2-0 after Kelsey Bogaards drew a leadoff walk and scored on Tiffany Howard's double to the left center gap that rolled all the way to the wall. Chitkowski got one back for the Orange in the bottom half with her solo shot to straight away center on a 3-0 count. Sophomore Riley Johnson attempted to make it back-to-back homers, but her hit fell short of the fence as the center fielder made the grab on the warning track. Over the final three innings the Tigers added eight runs for the final score. After getting the first batter of the fifth to fly out, freshman Christina Clermont allowed a single, then issued four straight walks as two runs came across to score. A wild pitch to the next batter made it 5-1 Tigers. Auburn added three more runs in the sixth, with the first two coming on a pair of errors in the inning. The last three runs of the game all came on ground outs – the final two in the seventh. Syracuse wraps up the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic with a game against in-state foe Fordham on Sunday, March 2 at 10 a.m.

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7 Innings
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7 Innings
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7 Innings
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3
7 Innings
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Seattle
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3
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7 Innings
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7 Innings
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6
7 Innings
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1
7 Innings
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7 Innings
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Colorado-Colorado Springs
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4
8 Innings
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5 Innings
2014-02-28 North Georgia
Lenoir-Rhyne
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0
7 Innings
2014-02-28 North Georgia
Mount Olive
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0
7 Innings
2014-02-28 Greensboro
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8 Innings
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Covenant (Ga.)
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2
7 Innings
2014-02-28 Chattanooga
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2
7 Innings
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7 Innings
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8
7 Innings
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7 Innings
2014-02-28 Bucknell
Brown
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6 Innings
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Tarleton State
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4
5 Innings
2014-02-28 Tarleton State
Angelo State
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6
10 Innings
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Angelo State
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6
10 Innings
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Purdue
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ORLANDO - On Friday, Feb. 28, the Syracuse softball team opened the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic by splitting its two games against Nebraska-Omaha and No. 17/19 Missouri at the Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla. The Orange (5-7) started off the day winning a 2-0 pitcher's duel against Nebraska-Omaha (12-4) before dropping an extra-inning, back-and-forth affair to Missouri (9-3), 9-7. The win in the opener ended a nine-game winning streak by the Mavericks, who beat Maryland earlier in the day. A wild affair in the nightcap saw Missouri put three runs across in the eighth inning on Angela Randazzo's two-out triple to break open a 6-6 tie. Syracuse would not back down, however, and had the winning run on first when the final out was recorded. After retiring the first two batters, Casey Stangel issued a pair of walks to load the bases. Pinch-hitter Alyssa Dewes notched her first collegiate hit by beating out the throw to first on an infield single to cut the deficit to 9-7. With the tying run standing on second and the winning run at first, Ozanne came up empty, striking out in a nine pitch at-bat. Senior Jasmine Watson hit a three-run homer for her team-leading fourth long ball of the season. Daniels, Dewes and junior Julie Wambold all had a single and a run batted in while sophomore Danielle Chitkowski had a hit and scored two runs. Christina Clermont started and earned the no decision in 5.2 innings of work. O'Hara picked up the loss, giving up three unearned runs in 2.1 innings. Missouri started things off by getting a three-run homer by Mackenzie Sykes in the top of the first inning to jump out to a 3-0 lead. The Tigers added to their lead two innings later when Kelsea Roth drew a bases loaded walk, extending the margin to 4-0. In the bottom half of the inning, Watson smacked a three-run shot of her own to bring the Orange within 4-3. Two more runs in the home half of the fourth gave Syracuse its first lead of the night at 5-4. With one out and Dombrowski on second, Daniels singled up the middle to even the score. Two batters later, Wambold hit a single to the same spot to send home Daniels for the 5-4 edge. A leadoff homer by Emily Crane to start the fifth knotted the score at 5-5, but SU went right back on top in the bottom of the inning as Chitkowski came around to score on an errant throw by Missouri's shortstop. SU's lead was short lived once again as the Tigers clawed back to even the score once more at 6-6 the next frame after Taylor Gadbois reached on a two-out single, stole second and crossed the plate on an RBI single by Crane to center.

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Omaha
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ORLANDO - On Friday, Feb. 28, the Syracuse softball team opened the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic by splitting its two games against Nebraska-Omaha and No. 17/19 Missouri at the Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla. The Orange (5-7) started off the day winning a 2-0 pitcher's duel against Nebraska-Omaha (12-4) before dropping an extra-inning, back-and-forth affair to Missouri (9-3), 9-7. The win in the opener ended a nine-game winning streak by the Mavericks, who beat Maryland earlier in the day. Freshman pitcher Sydney O'Hara posted a six-hit, complete game shutout with 10 strikeouts for her third win of the season in the first game of the day. It's the second time in only three starts in O'Hara's young career that the Syracuse-area native tossed a shutout and recorded double-digit strikeouts. Offensively, the Orange was led by a 2-for-2 effort, including a double, by freshman Nicole Lundstrom. It was Lundstrom's sixth multi-hit game on the campaign. Sophomores Corinne Ozanne and Riley Johnson drove in one run apiece with singles. After yielding a leadoff triple in the first, O'Hara settled down to strikeout the side as the Mavericks left the runner 60-feet away from scoring. Syracuse put the first run of the game on the score board in top of the second on Johnson's single. Back-to-back walks followed by a sacrifice bunt had the Orange with runners on second and third with only one gone. A strikeout brought up Johnson, who laced a hit right up the middle, driving in one run. The Orange found itself in a similar spot in the fifth with runners on first and second following consecutive walks to begin the frame. 'Cuse came through again, this time it was Ozanne who singled home senior Shirley Daniels with a two-out knock up the middle. In the bottom of the sixth, O'Hara had to pitch her way out of a jam for the second time in three innings. In both instances - the first happening in the fourth - Nebraska-Omaha had a runner on third with one out. And both times the ball was skied to right field. However, junior Mary Dombrowski's strong arm held the runner at third from tagging up and preserved the shutout. With two outs in the seventh, the Mavericks put the tying run at the plate following Allie Mathewson's third hit of the contest, but O'Hara induced a ground out by the final batter to secure the win. Syracuse plays two more games on Saturday, March 1 against No. 25/RV Auburn at 1:15 p.m. and versus Bradley at 5:45 p.m.

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Stony Brook
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Auburn
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Oregon
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Oregon
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Drake
10
6
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Arkansas
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6
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Arkansas Tech
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2
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East Central
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Boston U.
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11
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ORLANDO - On Friday, Feb. 28, the Syracuse softball team opened the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic by splitting its two games against Nebraska-Omaha and No. 17/19 Missouri at the Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla. The Orange (5-7) started off the day winning a 2-0 pitcher's duel against Nebraska-Omaha (12-4) before dropping an extra-inning, back-and-forth affair to Missouri (9-3), 9-7. The win in the opener ended a nine-game winning streak by the Mavericks, who beat Maryland earlier in the day. A wild affair in the nightcap saw Missouri put three runs across in the eighth inning on Angela Randazzo's two-out triple to break open a 6-6 tie. Syracuse would not back down, however, and had the winning run on first when the final out was recorded. After retiring the first two batters, Casey Stangel issued a pair of walks to load the bases. Pinch-hitter Alyssa Dewes notched her first collegiate hit by beating out the throw to first on an infield single to cut the deficit to 9-7. With the tying run standing on second and the winning run at first, Ozanne came up empty, striking out in a nine pitch at-bat. Senior Jasmine Watson hit a three-run homer for her team-leading fifth long ball of the season. Daniels, Dewes and junior Julie Wambold all had a single and a run batted in while sophomore Danielle Chitkowski had a hit and scored two runs. Christina Clermont started and earned the no decision in 5.2 innings of work. O'Hara picked up the loss, giving up three unearned runs in 2.1 innings. Missouri started things off by getting a three-run homer by Mackenzie Sykes in the top of the first inning to jump out to a 3-0 lead. The Tigers added to their lead two innings later when Kelsea Roth drew a bases loaded walk, extending the margin to 4-0. In the bottom half of the inning, Watson smacked a three-run shot of her own to bring the Orange within 4-3. Two more runs in the home half of the fourth gave Syracuse its first lead of the night at 5-4. With one out and Dombrowski on second, Daniels singled up the middle to even the score. Two batters later, Wambold hit a single to the same spot to send home Daniels for the 5-4 edge. A leadoff homer by Emily Crane to start the fifth knotted the score at 5-5, but SU went right back on top in the bottom of the inning as Chitkowski came around to score on an errant throw by Missouri's shortstop. SU's lead was short lived once again as the Tigers clawed back to even the score once more at 6-6 the next frame after Taylor Gadbois reached on a two-out single, stole second and crossed the plate on an RBI single by Crane to center.

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ORLANDO - On Friday, Feb. 28, the Syracuse softball team opened the Diamond 9 Citrus Classic by splitting its two games against Nebraska-Omaha and No. 17/19 Missouri at the Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla. The Orange (5-7) started off the day winning a 2-0 pitcher's duel against Nebraska-Omaha (12-4) before dropping an extra-inning, back-and-forth affair to Missouri (9-3), 9-7. The win in the opener ended a nine-game winning streak by the Mavericks, who beat Maryland earlier in the day. Freshman pitcher Sydney O'Hara posted a six-hit, complete game shutout with 10 strikeouts for her third win of the season in the first game of the day. It's the second time in only three starts in O'Hara's young career that the Syracuse-area native tossed a shutout and recorded double-digit strikeouts. Offensively, the Orange was led by a 2-for-2 effort, including a double, by freshman Nicole Lundstrom. It was Lundstrom's sixth multi-hit game on the campaign. Sophomores Corinne Ozanne and Riley Johnson drove in one run apiece with singles. After yielding a leadoff triple in the first, O'Hara settled down to strikeout the side as the Mavericks left the runner 60-feet away from scoring. Syracuse put the first run of the game on the score board in top of the second on Johnson's single. Back-to-back walks followed by a sacrifice bunt had the Orange with runners on second and third with only one gone. A strikeout brought up Johnson, who laced a hit right up the middle, driving in one run. The Orange found itself in a similar spot in the fifth with runners on first and second following consecutive walks to begin the frame. 'Cuse came through again, this time it was Ozanne who singled home senior Shirley Daniels with a two-out knock up the middle. In the bottom of the sixth, O'Hara had to pitch her way out of a jam for the second time in three innings. In both instances - the first happening in the fourth - Nebraska-Omaha had a runner on third with one out. And both times the ball was skied to right field. However, junior Mary Dombrowski's strong arm held the runner at third from tagging up and preserved the shutout. With two outs in the seventh, the Mavericks put the tying run at the plate following Allie Mathewson's third hit of the contest, but O'Hara induced a ground out by the final batter to secure the win.

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Oklahoma State
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4
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Michelle Zoeller led the team with 3 RBIs; Kayla Massey added 2 RBIs with her 1st home run of the season; Zoeller, Erickson & Blank went 2-for-3; 6 of Iowa's 10 hits were for extra bases (4 2Bs, 1 3B, 1 HR); 7-of-8 runs were scored with 2 outs

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Central Arkansas
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1
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Felician
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7
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Idaho State
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4
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Appalachian State
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1
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Western Michigan
2
1
7 Innings
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Mount St. Mary's
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Quincy
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Lock Haven
9
7
8 Innings
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North Dakota State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-28 Fort Hays State
Illinois-Springfield
4
1
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Utah Valley
7
0
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Nevada
6
4
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King (Tennessee)
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-27 Grand Canyon
San Diego
3
1
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2014-02-27 North Florida
Mount St. Mary's
3
2
7 Innings
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Angelo State
9
2
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Oklahoma Wesleyan
9
1
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Oklahoma Wesleyan
11
3
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St. Mary's (Texas)
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3
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William Peace
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Ashley Christy had two hits, including one home run, scored once and drove in three runs. Kensey Caldwell also finished with two hits.

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South Mountain CC
10
9
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Mid-America Christian
4
1
7 Innings
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2
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Middle Tennessee
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7
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Middle Tennessee
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St. Bonaventure
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Siena
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0
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Liberty
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Minot State
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Lincoln (Missouri)
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Lincoln (Missouri)
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Roanoke
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CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. – The Syracuse softball team held a lead entering the final inning in both of its games on Sunday, Feb. 23, but couldn't hang on as the Orange went 0-2 on the final day at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic. SU (4-6) was ahead of No. 13/11 Stanford (14-2) 5-2 going into the seventh inning, but the Cardinal scored three times in the top half and added six more in the eighth to steal the win. In a short turnaround, the Orange was ahead of Long Beach State (9-6) by one with three outs to go, but the 49ers won on a walk-off double, 7-6. Seven of Syracuse's starting nine recorded at least one hit and Daniels, Watson and Lundstrom all posted multi-game hits for Syracuse, with the latter two also driving in one run apiece. Daniels finished with a double and two stolen bases. Clermont started once again and sophomore Lindsey Larkin came on in relief. Larkin went 3.1 innings and didn't allow a run until the last inning. SU put up three runs in the first on Watson's hit by a pitch, Lundstrom's single and sophomore Danielle Chitkowski's sacrifice fly. Long Beach State answered with two runs of its own with back-to-back, no-out hits to make it 3-2 after one inning. The two teams traded runs in the third and the 49ers added two runs to the Orange's one in the fourth to even the score at 5-5. Forkin hit an RBI single to right in the top half, but a homer by Ashley Holmes negated the SU run. Freshman Sydney O'Hara led off the fourth with a double and came in to score on Wambold's sacrifice fly to push the lead back to two. However, a two-run shot by Darian Tautalafua tied things up. Just like two innings before, Syracuse started off the inning with a double, this time by Daniels. Following a walk to Wambold, both runners successfully attempted a double-steal and Daniels was able to score on an overthrow to third. The score stayed that way until the seventh. With two away and the tying run on third, Holmes' infield single scored the runner to even the game. After another single put Holmes in scoring position, Sarah Carrasco hit a two-bagger to the right center gap for the walk-off win. "They (Long Beach State) got the big hit in the end and sometimes that happens," added Ross. "It was a tough game – two tough games today. But our team did a great job staying mentally focused and every at bat was hard fought."

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CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. – The Syracuse softball team held a lead entering the final inning in both of its games on Sunday, Feb. 23, but couldn't hang on as the Orange went 0-2 on the final day at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic. SU (4-6) was ahead of No. 13/11 Stanford (14-2) 5-2 going into the seventh inning, but the Cardinal scored three times in the top half and added six more in the eighth to steal the win. In a short turnaround, the Orange was ahead of Long Beach State (9-6) by one with three outs to go, but the 49ers won on a walk-off double, 7-6. "We fought hard today. I think we made big strides as a team," said head coach Leigh Ross. "Everyone was in there battling. Sometimes it doesn't go our way, sometimes things happen. But we played those games the right way. A couple of balls going one way or the other and its out game." In the first game of the day, senior Jasmine Watson was a perfect 3-for-3 with a three-run blast and a double. Five other Orange women had base knocks, including freshman Ellie Forkin who drove in one run on a single. Starting pitcher, freshman Christina Clermont lasted five innings and gave up just two runs on eight hits. Both teams got off to a fast start in the game with each putting runs on the scoreboard in the first inning with two outs. Stanford struck first, getting a run-scoring double from Kayla Bonstrom on a bloop hit that landed just inside of the left field line. In the bottom of the inning, Watson gave the Orange a 3-1 lead on a three-run bomb to left center field. The Cardinal got one run back in the third on a similar play that scored the first run of the game. After a walk and ground-rule double, Bessie Noll hit a single that landed in the same spot on the left field line as a run came around to score and make it 3-2. Runs in the fourth and fifth inning gave the Orange some breathing room and a 5-2 edge. Forkin drove in freshman Nicole Lundstrom in the fourth, and a frame later senior Shirley Daniels touched home on junior Julie Wambold's single. Three scores by Stanford in the top of the seventh tied the contest and sent the game into extras. Following a leadoff walk and single, Kyleiss Sorenson doubled in two runs to cut the lead to 5-4. She eventually scored two batters later on an errant throw after a sacrifice bunt. Stanford exploded for six runs in the extra inning to put the game away. The first three batters for all hit singles, the last two both driving in the runner from second base. A walk loaded the bases and a sacrifice fly brought in another run to make it 8-5. Three more runs came in to score on a home run by Cassandra Roulund, making the final tally.

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0
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7
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2
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1
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1
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1
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7
3
7 Innings
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2
7 Innings
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6
4
8 Innings
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Lewis
15
0
5 Innings
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Tarleton State
6
0
7 Innings
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5
4
7 Innings
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Midwestern State
4
3
7 Innings
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Mississippi Valley
9
4
7 Innings
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Jackson State
8
0
7 Innings
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Georgetown
8
2
7 Innings
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Georgetown
6
3
7 Innings
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0
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3
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5 Innings
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7 Innings
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2
7 Innings
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Southern Utah
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4
7 Innings
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3
7 Innings
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2
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Northern Iowa
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2
7 Innings
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Penn State
3
2
7 Innings
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Penn State
3
1
7 Innings
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Concordia-St. Paul
8
7
8 Innings
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Wayne State (Nebraska)
6
1
7 Innings
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Wayne State (Nebraska)
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1
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Concordia-St. Paul
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4
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Florida Gulf Coast
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7
7 Innings
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Villanova
12
0
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Lindenwood (Mo.)
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4
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4
7 Innings
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Lee
8
1
7 Innings
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5
7 Innings
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Iowa
5
0
7 Innings
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Texas-Permian Basin
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1
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Angelo State
Texas-Permian Basin
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3
7 Innings
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4
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1
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Maryland
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5
7 Innings
2014-02-22 UCLA
Missouri
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Ole Miss
Northern Colorado
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0
7 Innings
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0
7 Innings
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3
7 Innings
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3
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1
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Wayne State (Michigan)
Lewis
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-22 California (Pennsylvania)
Tiffin
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1
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Jacksonville
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0
5 Innings
2014-02-22 Louisville
Central Michigan
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2
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Louisville
IUPUI
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1
5 Innings
2014-02-22 Florida International
North Florida
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1
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0
5 Innings
2014-02-22 Western Illinois
Alabama State
15
3
5 Innings
2014-02-22 Arizona
UNLV
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1
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Michigan State
9
0
5 Innings
2014-02-22 Boston U.
Michigan State
11
4
7 Innings
2014-02-22 St. Mary's (Texas)
Eastern New Mexico
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-22 West Alabama
West Georgia
7
6
7 Innings
2014-02-22 LSU
Stanford
5
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Stanford allowed three runs in the top of the seventh, falling to LSU 5-3.
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Kansas
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0
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College of Charleston
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8
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2014-02-22 Oregon State
Pacific (California)
11
3
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2014-02-22 UC San Diego
Cal State East Bay
8
3
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Auburn
Jacksonville State
13
3
5 Innings
2014-02-22 Regis (Colorado)
Fort Lewis
11
6
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Tampa
Florida Tech
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0
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Fort Lewis
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0
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Savannah State
13
1
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2014-02-22 Rutgers
Massachusetts
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-22 DePaul
Rutgers
10
6
7 Innings
2014-02-22 St. Mary's (Texas)
Central Oklahoma
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-22 UNLV
UC Davis
11
4
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Boston College
Drake
8
4
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Alabama
Virginia Tech
14
5
7 Innings
2014-02-22 George Washington
North Carolina-Greensboro
2
1
8 Innings
2014-02-22 Omaha
Bryant
14
5
5 Innings
2014-02-22 Omaha
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
12
6
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Michigan
Kent State
1
0
9 Innings [Read More]
Sara Driesenga and Haylie Wagner combined on a four-hit shutout over nine innings. Wagner won her second game of the day with two innings of scoreless relief.
2014-02-22 Florida
Indiana
8
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-02-22 West Alabama
West Georgia
1
0
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Samford
Purdue
6
3
7 Innings
2014-02-22 South Florida
James Madison
3
0
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Cal State East Bay
17
1
7 Innings
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Lehigh
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9
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Mississippi Valley
10
0
6 Innings
2014-02-22 Virginia-Wise
Kutztown
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-22 Tusculum
Kutztown
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Western Illinois
Arkansas-Pine Bluff
6
4
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Troy
Coastal Carolina
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-22 DePaul
Rutgers
10
6
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Kent State
Kentucky
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Michigan
Kentucky
3
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Junior Haylie Wagner threw a complete-game, two-hit shutout against No. 5 Kentucky.
2014-02-22 McNeese State
Virginia Tech
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Seattle
Loyola Marymount
10
1
5 Innings
2014-02-22 Ohio
Middle Tennessee
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-22 South Florida
Illinois State
5
0
7 Innings
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2014-02-22 DePaul
Connecticut
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-22 Wichita State
Florida A&M
12
9
7 Innings
2014-02-22 Boise State
Pacific (California)
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Ole Miss
Bowling Green
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Pittsburgh
Kent State
1
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Cal State Chico
Cal State Stanislaus
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Cal State Chico
Cal State Stanislaus
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Nova Southeastern
Charleston (West Virginia)
8
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Nova Southeastern
Merrimack
14
4
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Oklahoma City
Southwestern Christian
15
3
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Southwestern Christian
12
0
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2014-02-21 Florida Southern
DELETE
12
4
6 Innings [Read More]
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2014-02-21 Florida Southern
DELETE
2
0
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-02-21 Chattanooga
Northwestern State
5
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Chattanooga
Butler
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 James Madison
Louisiana-Lafayette
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 New Mexico State
Houston Baptist
8
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Incarnate Word
16
2
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-21 Grand Canyon
Nevada
7
6
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Grand Canyon
Southern Utah
9
4
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Elon
St. Joseph's
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Elon
Niagara
6
5
8 Innings
2014-02-21 Georgia State
Stony Brook
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 East Texas Baptist
Mississippi College
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 East Texas Baptist
Mississippi College
9
0
6 Innings
2014-02-21 Georgia
North Carolina State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-21 Georgia
Marshall
17
0
5 Innings
2014-02-21 Fort Hays State
Rockhurst
6
4
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Fort Hays State
Rockhurst
9
0
6 Innings
2014-02-21 Iowa State
Santa Clara
3
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-21 UC Santa Barbara
Northern Iowa
15
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 UC Santa Barbara
Wichita State
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Florida Atlantic
Penn State
3
2
8 Innings
2014-02-21 Emporia State
St. Cloud State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Syracuse
Cal Poly
3
2
7 Innings [Read More]
CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. - The Syracuse softball team won both of its games to open the 2014 Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic on Friday, Feb. 21. The Orange (4-3) rallied to defeat UC Davis (4-10) in the opener 7-5, then held on for a 3-2 victory against California Poly (5-8) to close out the day. Junior Julie Wambold and freshman Nicole Lundstrom provided the offense while freshman Sydney O'Hara pitched both games in relief, earning a win and a save. Wambold and Lundstrom were back at it in the second game again. Wambold hit a home run for the third straight game, which proved to be the winning run. Lundstrom was 2-for-3 again and drove in another run. Freshman Christina Clermont earned her first collegiate win allowing two runs on three hits while striking out eight in six innings. O'Hara picked up her first save with a perfect seventh and also had two hits at the plate. Syracuse broke open a scoreless tie in the bottom of the second on Riley Johnson's sacrifice fly. Lundstrom and Danielle Chitkowski led off the inning with singles and both moved up a base on a wild pitch. That set up Johnson's long fly ball to left field that allowed Lundstrom to trot on home. Both teams combined to leave five runners on base in the third, but the Orange were able to push another run across the plate to take a 2-0 lead. In the top half of the inning, Clermont worked out of a two-out, bases loaded jam to preserve the shutout. O'Hara started things in the bottom half with an infield single and went to second when Wambold was hit by a pitch. Three batters later, Lundstrom drove in O'Hara on a single to right field. With one out in the bottom of the fifth, Wambold gave Syracuse a 3-0 cushion on her second blast of the day. It was also the third straight game with a homer for Wambold. That extra run proved to be crucial as Clermont's opposing pitcher, Sierra Hyland, drilled a two-run shot to left field to cut the Mustang deficit to 3-2. "One mistake pitch - that's bascially all it was. One mistake pitch that they capitalized on." said Ross. "Good thing we added an extra run. Its a good win for us." Clermont retired the next two batters and O'Hara went 1-2-3 in the seventh to close it out.

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UC Davis
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5
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CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. - The Syracuse softball team won both of its games to open the 2014 Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic on Friday, Feb. 21. The Orange (4-3) rallied to defeat UC Davis (4-10) in the opener 7-5, then held on for a 3-2 victory against California Poly (5-8) to close out the day. Junior Julie Wambold and freshman Nicole Lundstrom provided the offense while freshman Sydney O'Hara pitched both games in relief, earning a win and a save. Wambold smacked two home runs and went 3-for-5 with three runs batted in (RBI) and three runs scored. Lundstrom was 4-for-6 in the two games with a triple and three RBIs. She is the only player on the roster to reach base in all seven games. "I think we're starting to settle down a bit and trust each other more," said head coach Leigh Ross. "That game (versus California Poly) we had two freshmen pitching, and I'm really proud of them. And a freshman behind the plate calling the game. That's huge." In the first game, Wambold and Lundstrom each went 2-for-3 at the plate with two runs batted in. Wambold had a two-run homer and a double while Lundstrom recorded a triple. Senior Shirley Daniels added a solo blast as well. O'Hara picked up her second win of the season, going 2.2 innings of relief and allowing just two hits while striking out six. Junior Lindsay Taylor started the game allowing four earn runs with five strikeouts in the no decision. Between the two teams, a total of five runs were scored in the first inning with two outs. Taylor quickly struck out the first two batters, but two runs came across on Lauren Saunders' single up the middle. Syracuse answered in the bottom half of the inning with three runs, all coming with two outs as well. Wambold doubled and later scored on an errant throw down to second following a walk to Corinne Ozanne. After a walk, Nicole Lundstrom laced a single up the middle to give the Orange a 3-2 lead. The score stayed that way until the fifth when each team plated three runs in the inning to set the score at 6-5 in favor of the Orange. UC Davis loaded the bases with no outs when Saunders doubled to right field that drove in two runs and put the Aggies back on top 4-3. A hard ground out by Alicia Payne tacked on another run and left a runner on third with only one out. O'Hara then entered the game and struck out two batters to end the threat. In the bottom of the inning, Daniels went deep to right center with one away to cut the deficit to one. After a single by O'Hara, Wambold smashed her second long ball of the season to the same spot to retake the lead for the Orange at 6-5. Syracuse added an insurance run in the sixth after Lundstrom started off the inning with a triple and scored on a freshman Ellie Forkin's two-out pinch hit single. The Aggies had the tying run at the plate in the seventh following a two-out walk, but O'Hara struck out the final batter – her fourth knockout in five batters - for the win.

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Mercyhurst
10
2
5 Innings
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East Stroudsburg
6
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 North Florida
Florida International
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Florida International
Dartmouth
3
1
7 Innings
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St. Cloud State
2
0
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Nebraska-Kearney
11
2
6 Innings
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Albany (New York)
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6
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Albany (New York)
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6
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Albany (New York)
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Concordia-St. Paul
3
0
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2014-02-21 North Carolina State
Lehigh
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Georgia
North Carolina State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-21 Furman
Liberty
12
0
5 Innings
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2014-02-21 Mississippi State
Iowa
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Northwestern
Washington
4
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Kylee Lahners went 1-for-2, with one RBI and one walk. Lahners picked up her 28th RBI of the season.

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Texas
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2
7 Innings [Read More]
Kaitlin Inglesby pitched 7.0 innings and picked up the win to improve to 4-1 on the season. Victoria Hayward was 1-for-4, with one RBI. Courtney Gano was 1-for-3, with one run scored and one RBI.

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2014-02-21 Louisiana Tech
South Dakota
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Louisiana-Monroe
Louisiana Tech
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-21 Drake
Idaho State
12
4
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Boston College
Drake
11
8
7 Innings
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Iowa
2
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-21 Bowling Green
Northern Colorado
6
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Saint Louis
Northern Colorado
10
7
8 Innings
2014-02-21 North Florida
Florida International
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Arizona
Nebraska
7
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
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Fresno State
8
0
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2014-02-21 Florida
Indiana
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Oklahoma
Northwestern
11
9
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Northwestern
Washington
4
2
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Nicholls State
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1
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Columbia
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0
5 Innings [Read More]
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Seton Hall
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1
5 Innings [Read More]
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Harding
8
4
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Harding
Southern Nazarene
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Northern Iowa
Florida A&M
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Kentucky
Florida Atlantic
7
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Kentucky
Penn State
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Oregon State
Virginia
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-21 UCLA
Oklahoma
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 UC Riverside
Seattle
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 UTEP
Incarnate Word
12
4
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-21 New Mexico State
Incarnate Word
16
2
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-21 Pacific (California)
Oklahoma State
5
4
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Alabama
UCF
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3
7 Innings [Related Story]
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2
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2014-02-21 Notre Dame
UC Davis
12
11
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Syracuse
UC Davis
7
5
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Florida State
Charleston Southern
8
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Eastern Illinois
Jackson State
8
3
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Eastern Kentucky
Louisville
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Louisville
Northern Kentucky
11
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 North Carolina
St. Mary's (California)
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 North Carolina
San Jose State
1
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Baylor
Stanford
7
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Kayla Bonstrom and Kylie Bonstrom had two hits apiece and combined for six innings in the circle, as Stanford dropped its first game of the year to Baylor, 7-1.
2014-02-21 St. Mary's (Texas)
Midwestern State
6
4
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Radford
Middle Tennessee
6
3
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Campbell
Middle Tennessee
6
3
7 Innings
2014-02-21 King (Tennessee)
Kutztown
5
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Kutztown
Mercyhurst
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-21 Kansas
Southeastern Louisiana
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1
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Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
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Morehead State
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Western Oregon
7
3
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Auburn
Samford
3
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Auburn starting pitcher Lexi Davis threw a career-high 13 strikeouts in the win.
2014-02-21 Nebraska
Texas A&M
3
2
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2014-02-21 South Alabama
East Carolina
6
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-21 Notre Dame
UC Davis
12
11
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Florida Tech
Tampa
1
0
7 Innings [Read More]
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Cal State East Bay
12
9
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2014-02-21 Temple
Western Michigan
11
3
5 Innings
2014-02-21 Western Michigan
Dayton
14
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Texas A&M
California
10
6
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Auburn
Jacksonville State
6
5
9 Innings
2014-02-21 West Texas A&M
Texas A&M-International
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0
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Henderson State
7
3
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-02-21 East Central
Henderson State
6
3
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-02-21 Alabama
Virginia Tech
8
0
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Cal State East Bay
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Loyola Marymount
Seattle
1
0
7 Innings
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2014-02-21 North Dakota State
Columbia
9
4
7 Innings [Read More]
North Dakota State SS Logan Moreland hits grand slam HR in 6th inning
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Columbia
9
4
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-02-21 North Florida
Dartmouth
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Georgia Southern
Coastal Carolina
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 James Madison
Rutgers
5
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Minnesota
George Washington
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Virginia Tech
McNeese State
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Loyola (Illinois)
Alabama A&M
8
4
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Michigan
Pittsburgh
9
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Freshman Megan Betsa threw a shutout. Senior outfielder Nicole Sappingfield hit a three-run homer, the second home run of her career.
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Idaho State
7
6
8 Innings
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Nicholls State
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1
7 Innings
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1
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-02-21 Gardner-Webb
Georgetown
2
1
8 Innings
2014-02-21 DePaul
Massachusetts
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-21 Arkansas
Eastern Michigan
13
0
5 Innings
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Freshman Grace Moll struck out six and faced minimum in five-inning no-hitter; third-inning walk was erased by double play.
2014-02-21 Michigan
Kent State
7
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Sierra Lawrence batted 3-for-4 with 3 RBI.
2014-02-20 Oklahoma
Oregon State
11
3
6 Innings
2014-02-20 Oklahoma
Boise State
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-20 LSU
Washington
6
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Victoria Hayward was 3-for-4, with one run scored and one RBI.

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11
9
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Arizona
2
0
7 Innings
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Texas A&M
4
2
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Stillman
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4
5 Innings
2014-02-20 West Alabama
Stillman
10
4
7 Innings
2014-02-20 Notre Dame
Brigham Young
6
0
7 Innings
2014-02-20 Boise State
Oregon State
10
2
5 Innings
2014-02-20 Virginia
Pacific (California)
6
5
7 Innings
2014-02-20 Notre Dame
Pacific (California)
1
0
7 Innings
2014-02-19 St. Edward's
Texas A&M-Kingsville
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-19 St. Edward's
Texas A&M-Kingsville
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-19 South Alabama
UAB
2
1
11 Innings
2014-02-19 New Mexico Highlands
Oklahoma Panhandle State
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-19 New Mexico Highlands
Oklahoma Panhandle State
8
2
7 Innings
2014-02-19 Campbell
Elon
9
2
7 Innings
2014-02-19 Guilford
Greensboro
11
6
7 Innings
2014-02-19 Guilford
Greensboro
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-19 Virginia Intermont
Concord
5
2
7 Innings
2014-02-19 Concord
Virginia Intermont
8
2
7 Innings
2014-02-19 Louisiana Tech
Grambling
4
1
7 Innings
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Texas-San Antonio
8
0
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Academy of Art
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2
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Academy of Art
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King (Tennessee)
8
0
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2014-02-19 Lincoln Memorial
King (Tennessee)
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-19 North Florida
Florida A&M
8
3
7 Innings
2014-02-19 McNeese State
Stephen F. Austin
8
0
6 Innings
2014-02-19 McNeese State
Stephen F. Austin
9
5
7 Innings
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3
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3
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1
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Northwestern State
9
1
5 Innings
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UAB
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Austin Peay State
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5
7 Innings
2014-02-19 Samford
Austin Peay State
11
1
5 Innings
2014-02-18 Ole Miss
Southern Mississippi
4
3
8 Innings
2014-02-18 Ole Miss
Southern Mississippi
7
4
7 Innings
2014-02-18 North Georgia
Lee
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-18 North Georgia
Lee
10
5
7 Innings
2014-02-18 Florida Southern
Flagler
6
3
7 Innings
2014-02-18 Flagler
Florida Southern
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-18 George Fox
Concordia (Texas)
12
3
5 Innings
2014-02-18 George Fox
Concordia (Texas)
8
2
7 Innings
2014-02-18 Eastern Arizona College
Mesa CC
9
0
7 Innings
2014-02-18 Eastern Arizona College
Mesa CC
23
3
7 Innings
2014-02-18 Azusa Pacific
Hawaii Pacific
10
9
7 Innings
2014-02-18 Azusa Pacific
Hawaii Pacific
8
3
7 Innings
2014-02-18 Virginia-Wise
King (Tennessee)
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-18 Virginia-Wise
King (Tennessee)
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-18 West Texas A&M
Oklahoma Christian
10
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-18 West Texas A&M
Oklahoma Christian
5
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-18 Piedmont
Elmira
7
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-18 Piedmont
Elmira
2
1
8 Innings [Read More]
Lions move to 4-0 after avoiding upset minded Elmira.

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2014-02-18 St. Mary's (Texas)
Tarleton State
9
0
6 Innings [Read More]
Emily Brittain pitched complete-game shutout.
2014-02-18 St. Mary's (Texas)
Tarleton State
14
4
6 Innings
2014-02-18 Stanford
UC Davis
10
1
5 Innings
2014-02-18 Virginia Tech
North Carolina-Greensboro
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-18 Cal State Fullerton
North Carolina
9
3
7 Innings
2014-02-18 Virginia Tech
North Carolina-Greensboro
12
4
6 Innings
2014-02-17 Nova Southeastern
Kentucky State
11
0
7 Innings
2014-02-17 Georgia College
Carson-Newman
6
4
8 Innings
2014-02-17 Carson-Newman
Georgia College
9
5
7 Innings
2014-02-17 Georgia
Mercer
7
5
7 Innings
2014-02-17 Georgia
Mercer
8
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-02-17 Hawaii Pacific
Azusa Pacific
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-17 Azusa Pacific
Hawaii Pacific
11
5
7 Innings
2014-02-17 Lincoln Memorial
North Georgia
8
6
9 Innings
2014-02-17 North Georgia
Lincoln Memorial
1
0
9 Innings
2014-02-17 Penn State
LSU
6
5
7 Innings
2014-02-17 LSU
Penn State
11
3
5 Innings
2014-02-16 College of Charleston
Ole Miss
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Memphis
Valparaiso
7
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Chattanooga
Portland State
9
3
5 Innings
2014-02-16 George Fox
Dallas
8
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Lipscomb
UAB
8
6
8 Innings
2014-02-16 New Mexico State
Texas Tech
8
6
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Towson
Virginia
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-16 East Central
Oklahoma Panhandle State
19
4
5 Innings
2014-02-16 Harding
Oklahoma Panhandle State
10
5
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Arizona
Grand Canyon
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Georgia College
Tusculum
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Georgia College
Tusculum
3
2
8 Innings
2014-02-16 Georgia
Furman
7
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Georgia
Furman
6
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Guilford
Methodist
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Guilford
Methodist
15
3
6 Innings
2014-02-16 Iowa State
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
7
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Harding
Drury
5
4
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Harding
Oklahoma Panhandle State
10
5
7 Innings
2014-02-16 IPFW
Louisiana Tech
5
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Alabama State
Gardner-Webb
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Newman
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Southeastern Oklahoma State
Newman
9
1
6 Innings
2014-02-16 South Dakota
Texas State
7
4
9 Innings
2014-02-16 West Florida
McKendree
10
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 West Florida
McKendree
5
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Georgia Tech
Tennessee-Martin
8
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Georgia Tech
Bowling Green
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Georgia State
East Tennessee State
11
5
7 Innings [Read More]
Taylor Anderson went 4-for-5 with 2 runs scored and 3 RBI. Megan Litumbe went 3-for-4 with 4 RBI and 1 run scored.

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2014-02-16 Georgia State
Indiana
4
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Lauren Coleman hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the fourth to lead Georgia State to the win.

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2014-02-16 Fort Hays State
Arkansas-Monticello
5
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Eastern Illinois
Houston Baptist
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Seton Hall
Delaware State
7
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Fresno State
UC Santa Barbara
6
5
8 Innings
2014-02-16 Missouri Western State
Minnesota State Mankato
9
4
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Fort Hays State
Minnesota State Mankato
11
3
5 Innings
2014-02-16 Baylor
Missouri
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 West Alabama
Delta State
15
10
12 Innings
2014-02-16 North Carolina-Greensboro
Norfolk State
11
3
5 Innings
2014-02-16 Fort Lewis
Tarleton State
6
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Missouri Western State
Illinois-Springfield
10
5
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Illinois-Springfield
Central Missouri
5
4
7 Innings
2014-02-16 East Central
Oklahoma Panhandle State
19
4
5 Innings
2014-02-16 East Central
Nebraska-Kearney
12
1
5 Innings
2014-02-16 Emporia State
Quincy
6
2
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Missouri-St. Louis
Emporia State
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Ohio State
Utah Valley
8
0
6 Innings
No-Hitter
[Read More]
Shelby Hursh pitches Ohio State's first no-hitter since 2009. Struck out 12. First freshman to pitch no-hitter since 2001.
2014-02-16 Washington
Oklahoma
3
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Making her fourth consecutive start in the circle, Bryana Walker picked up her fourth win of the weekend. Walker struck out a career-high 14 batters and held the Sooners to just three hits over 7.0 innings. It was the 26th career complete-game for Walker and her fourth already this season. Kylee Lahners hit her 6th home run of the season for her 26th RBI. Victoria Hayward was 3-for-4 with 1 RBI. Ali Aguilar was 2-for-3, with 1 double and 1 RBI.

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2014-02-16 Missouri-St. Louis
Central Missouri
6
2
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Missouri-St. Louis
Emporia State
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Metropolitan State
Angelo State
12
7
7 Innings [Read More]
Metro State hit 4 homer runs including a grand slam by Mary Towner.

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2014-02-16 DePaul
Kansas
3
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Norfolk State
UMBC
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 UMBC
Norfolk State
5
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 East Carolina
Drexel
14
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 East Carolina
Seton Hall
11
6
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Washington
Oklahoma
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Piedmont
Birmingham-Southern
5
4
7 Innings [Read More]
Game two was a barn burner as Piedmont came from behind sweep Birmingham Southern. Senior Brittany Head went the distance in the circle to record her first win of the young season. Head struck out three and only walked one. Jordin Ellingson was two for four at the plate while freshman Jessica Perschka was two for four with a run scored. Junior Whitney Wolfe was one for three with a run scored and two rbis. Piedmont will host Elmira on Tuesday at 1:00 pm.

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2014-02-16 Ohio
North Florida
1
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
[Read More]
Sophomore pitcher Savannah Jo Dorsey (Grove City, Ohio) baffled the North Florida lineup all afternoon and tossed her first career no-hitter to help the Ohio University softball team post a 1-0 shutout win on Sunday (Feb. 16) and remain perfect through the first two weekends of the 2014 season.

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2014-02-16 Ohio
Troy
5
4
7 Innings [Read More]
Junior Adrienne Gebele (Annapolis, Md.) delivered a two-out walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning to propel the Ohio University softball team to its seventh straight victory to open the 2014 campaign with a 5-4 triumph over Troy on Sunday (Feb. 15) in the Fourth Annual Osprey Invitational.

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2014-02-16 Piedmont
Birmingham-Southern
7
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Sophomore Jordin Ellingson went the distance to pick up the win in the season opener for the Lions. Jordin strucj out six without a walk and added an rbi at the plate. Freshman Allison Vaughn was 2-3 with two runs scored while Sophomore Olivia Duncan was 2-4 with two runs and an rbi. The Lions, pre-season #13 will host Elmira on Tuesday at 1:00 pm.

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2014-02-16 Boise State
Utah Valley
8
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Tennessee
Wright State
10
2
5 Innings
2014-02-16 Concordia (Oregon)
Pacific Lutheran
9
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Texas Woman's University
St. Edward's
6
5
8 Innings
2014-02-16 Texas Woman's University
St. Edward's
6
5
8 Innings
2014-02-16 Cameron
Northeastern State
10
6
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Oklahoma
Michigan State
7
6
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Oregon Tech
Pacific Lutheran
10
4
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Northwest Christian
Pacific Lutheran
10
5
7 Innings
2014-02-16 USC Upstate
George Mason
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Colorado School of Mines
Southwest Minnesota St.
12
7
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Colorado School of Mines
Southwest Minnesota St.
9
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 UCLA
Loyola Marymount
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Auburn
Winthrop
16
0
5 Innings
2014-02-16 Houston
Stephen F. Austin
7
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Kendra Cullum took three hit by pitches, including two in the fifth inning, to move into No. 2 in the NCAA record books for career HBP (68)

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2014-02-16 Houston
Army
6
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Lincoln Memorial
Lander
3
2
8 Innings
2014-02-16 Lincoln Memorial
Lander
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Armstrong
Mars Hill
13
6
7 Innings [Read More]
Armstrong hits school-record five home runs in win over Lions
2014-02-16 Armstrong
Saint Leo
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Arizona
Grand Canyon
5
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Arizona
Alabama
8
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Florida State
North Dakota State
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Florida State
Southern Mississippi
12
0
5 Innings
2014-02-16 Oregon
Cal State Northridge
12
1
5 Innings
2014-02-16 Emory
Greensboro
9
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Emory
Eastern Mennonite
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Stanford
Pacific (California)
11
9
7 Innings [Read More]
Stanford remained unbeaten this season, recording 14 hits and five stolen bases to defeat Pacific, 11-9. Erin Ashby led the way offensively, going 3-for-4 with a home run, double and a single.
2014-02-16 Middle Tennessee
Florida A&M
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Penn State
George Washington
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-16 Missouri Western State
Illinois-Springfield
10
5
7 Innings
2014-02-16 UCLA
UC Davis
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 UCLA
UC Davis
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Jacksonville State
Charleston Southern
5
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Belmont
Samford
18
8
6 Innings
2014-02-16 James Madison
Illinois-Chicago
5
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Florida International
Georgia Southern
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Stanford
Pacific (California)
11
9
7 Innings
2014-02-16 South Florida
Illinois
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 USC Upstate
Virginia Tech
8
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Kentucky
Texas
6
5
7 Innings
2014-02-16 North Carolina-Wilmington
Liberty
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Central Oklahoma
Minnesota-Duluth
5
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Minnesota-Duluth
Southwestern Oklahoma State
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 South Florida
Illinois
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-16 West Georgia
Alabama-Huntsville
6
5
7 Innings
2014-02-16 West Georgia
Alabama-Huntsville
6
4
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Weber State
Northern Colorado
8
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Arkansas
UMKC
10
0
5 Innings
2014-02-16 Ball State
George Mason
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Omaha
Western Illinois
11
7
8 Innings
2014-02-16 Notre Dame
Louisville
11
4
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Northwestern
Penn State
11
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Metropolitan State
Angelo State
12
7
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Missouri Western State
Minnesota State Mankato
9
4
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Jacksonville
North Carolina
1
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Iowa
Drake
9
0
6 Innings [Read More]
Each Iowa starter recorded at least one hit in the run rule win. Erin Erickson, Michelle Zoeller, Alyssa Navarro, Kayla Massey, Sammi Gyerman and Claire Fritsch had multiple hit performances. Kayla Massey got her first win in the circle in shutout fashion. She allowed five hits and struck out three.

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2014-02-16 McNeese State
Oregon State
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Michigan
Boston College
6
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 Texas A&M-International
Regis (Colorado)
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Purdue
Towson
11
7
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-16 DePaul
Kansas
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Rutgers
Colorado State
10
6
7 Innings
2014-02-16 Virginia Tech
Ball State
5
4
7 Innings [Read More]
Tech's Amanda Ake and Katey Smith hit consecutive pitches for home runs with two outs in the 7th to win it.
2014-02-16 Nebraska
Sam Houston State
7
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Taylor Edwards hits 2 HRs
2014-02-16 Seattle
Portland State
5
4
9 Innings
2014-02-15 UC San Diego
Cal State Chico
10
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 UC San Diego
Cal State Chico
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Central Arkansas
Valparaiso
10
8
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Chattanooga
Nevada
10
6
7 Innings
2014-02-15 George Fox
Southwestern (Texas)
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 George Fox
Southwestern (Texas)
13
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 UAB
Iowa
6
1
9 Innings
2014-02-15 UAB
Drake
8
0
6 Innings
2014-02-15 UCF
James Madison
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 New Mexico State
Iowa State
5
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 New Mexico State
Northern Colorado
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Coastal Carolina
Towson
6
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Towson
Purdue
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Oklahoma Panhandle State
Drury
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Southwest Baptist
Oklahoma Panhandle State
7
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Tennessee State
Grand Canyon
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Grand Canyon
New Mexico
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Elon
Bethune-Cookman
8
7
8 Innings
2014-02-15 Campbell
Elon
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 New Mexico State
Iowa State
5
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Berry (Ga.)
Covenant (Ga.)
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Berry (Ga.)
Covenant (Ga.)
17
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Pittsburg State
Harding
6
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Northwest Missouri State
Harding
13
5
6 Innings
2014-02-15 Kentucky
Louisiana Tech
6
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Texas
Louisiana Tech
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Missouri
Drake
9
0
5 Innings
2014-02-15 UAB
Drake
8
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Incarnate Word
Northwood (Texas)
8
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Chaminade
Brigham Young-Hawaii
1
0
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Chaminade
Brigham Young-Hawaii
3
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Chaminade
Brigham Young-Hawaii
3
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 North Florida
Troy
5
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 North Florida
Southern Illinois
9
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Our Lady of the Lake
Oklahoma City
5
4
8 Innings [Read More]
Cowtown Senior College Classic in Fort Worth, Texas

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2014-02-15 Oklahoma City
Belhaven
3
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Cowtown Senior College Classic in Fort Worth, Texas

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2014-02-15 Newman
Southeastern Oklahoma State
5
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Newman
Southeastern Oklahoma State
6
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Texas State
San Diego State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Cal State Fullerton
Texas State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Texas State
St. Mary's (California)
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 North Alabama
McKendree
15
3
5 Innings
2014-02-15 North Alabama
McKendree
8
6
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Christian Brothers
McKendree
6
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Incarnate Word
Northwood (Texas)
8
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Incarnate Word
Science & Arts (Oklahoma)
13
3
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Georgia Tech
East Tennessee State
18
7
5 Innings [Read More]
Jackets hit four home runs.

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2014-02-15 Georgia Tech
Indiana
5
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Tennessee-Martin
Georgia State
9
7
7 Innings [Read More]
Taylor Anderson went 2-for-4 with three RBI to lead Georgia State.

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2014-02-15 Georgia State
Bowling Green
11
1
5 Innings [Read More]
Callie Alford hit a grand slam and Lauren Coleman finished 2-for-2 with two hits and two RBI.

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2014-02-15 Fort Hays State
Quincy
6
4
8 Innings
2014-02-15 Fort Hays State
Southern Nazarene
9
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Eastern Illinois
Grambling
20
2
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Louisiana-Monroe
Eastern Illinois
7
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Seton Hall
Drexel
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-15 UC Santa Barbara
Southern Utah
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 UC Santa Barbara
CSU Bakersfield
6
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Arkansas Tech
Minnesota State Mankato
7
6
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Minnesota State Mankato
East Central
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Mississippi State
LIU Brooklyn
1
0
11 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Lipscomb
Baylor
1
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 West Alabama
Delta State
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Delta State
West Alabama
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 North Carolina-Wilmington
Norfolk State
10
2
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Dixie State
Western New Mexico
7
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Dixie State
Western New Mexico
18
6
5 Innings
2014-02-15 West Texas A&M
Fort Lewis
12
2
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Northwest Missouri State
Illinois-Springfield
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Illinois-Springfield
Southwest Baptist
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Minnesota State Mankato
East Central
3
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Emporia State
Southwestern Oklahoma State
9
6
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Emporia State
Henderson State
8
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Florida
Ohio State
19
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Washington
Michigan State
8
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Bryana Walker tossed 4.0 shutout innings of one-hit ball, as the Huskies defeated Michigan State, 8-0, in 5 innings for their 5th consecutive run rule game. Kaitlin Inglesby and Ali Aguilar each hit two-run home runs. Inglesby finished 2-for-3, 1 run scored, 1 home run, 3 RBI. Aguilar finished 2-for-2, 2 runs scored, 1 home run, 4 RBI, 1 HBP, 1 SB.

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2014-02-15 Central Oklahoma
Missouri-St. Louis
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Missouri-St. Louis
Northwestern Okla. State
9
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Washington
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
17
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Bryana Walker came within one out of a no-hitter, as the Huskies defeated Southern Illinois Edwardsville, 17-0, in five innings for their fourth run rule win in a row. Kaitlin Inglesby, Kylee Lahners, and Whitney Jones each hit home runs in the Huskies 12-run 1st inning.

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2014-02-15 Arizona State
San Jose State
7
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Arizona State
Illinois State
4
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Kansas
College of Charleston
6
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Kansas
Western Carolina
6
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Liberty
UMBC
12
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 UMBC
North Carolina-Wilmington
5
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 East Carolina
Delaware State
6
4
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Oklahoma
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Ohio
Southern Illinois
2
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Ohio University softball is off to its best start to a season since the program's inaugural campaign in 1974 after blanking Southern Illinois, 2-0, on Saturday (Feb. 15) in the Fourth Annual Osprey Invitational.

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2014-02-15 Ohio
Savannah State
3
2
7 Innings [Read More]
An eighth-inning sacrifice fly off the bat of senior Alexandria Basquez (Elk Grove, Calif.) lifted the Ohio University softball team to a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over Savannah State in its opening game of the Fourth Annual Osprey Invitational on Saturday (Feb. 15).

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2014-02-15 Minnesota
Boise State
11
2
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Boise State
UTEP
16
9
7 Innings [Read More]
Boise State stole 11 bases, tied for 12th most in NCAA history and most since 2010. MacKenzie Whyte stole five bases, tied for 6th most in NCAA history.
2014-02-15 Concordia (Texas)
Ozarks (Ark.)
7
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Concordia (Texas)
Ozarks (Ark.)
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Chadron State
St. Edward's
4
3
8 Innings
2014-02-15 St. Edward's
Regis (Colorado)
10
2
6 Innings
2014-02-15 San Francisco State
Cal State East Bay
12
7
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Cal State East Bay
San Francisco State
13
5
6 Innings
2014-02-15 Armstrong
Saint Leo
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Armstrong
Mars Hill
10
0
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Pacific Lutheran
College of Idaho
8
7
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Oregon
Ohio State
9
0
6 Innings
No-Hitter
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Cheridan Hawkins recorded her third career no-hitter and the 22nd in Oregon softball history in a 9-0, six-inning win over Ohio State.

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2014-02-15 Oregon
Chattanooga
6
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Emory
Eastern Mennonite
11
3
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Emory
Greensboro
18
0
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Florida International
Wisconsin
5
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Wisconsin
Florida International
8
0
6 Innings
2014-02-15 Liberty
UMBC
12
0
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Liberty
Norfolk State
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Alabama-Huntsville
West Georgia
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Iowa State
Northern Colorado
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-15 New Mexico State
Northern Colorado
4
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Walk-off grand slam
2014-02-15 Angelo State
Fort Lewis
11
2
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Angelo State
Colorado State-Pueblo
12
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 William Jewel
Missouri Western State
5
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Tennessee
Illinois
10
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Illinois
Binghamton
15
2
5 Innings [Read More]
Illinois improved to 8-0 on the year, the best season start in program history. The game began with back-to-back home runs, the first time Illinois has ever done that.
2014-02-15 Jacksonville State
Charleston Southern
9
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Jacksonville State
St. Bonaventure
7
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 St. Edward's
Regis (Colorado)
10
2
6 Innings
2014-02-15 Colorado School of Mines
Southwest Minnesota St.
15
4
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Colorado School of Mines
Southwest Minnesota St.
8
6
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Arizona
Alabama
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Arizona
Tennessee State
10
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Michigan
Louisiana-Lafayette
15
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Sierra Romero hit a grand slam.

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2014-02-15 Michigan
Central Arkansas
7
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 California
Cal State Fullerton
5
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Texas State
California
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Western Illinois
Winthrop
9
1
6 Innings [Read More]
Lia Romeo was 4-4 with 4 RBI
2014-02-15 Auburn
Western Illinois
6
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Washington
Michigan State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Cameron
Northeastern State
13
9
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Cameron
Rogers State
6
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Minnesota-Duluth
Nebraska-Kearney
5
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Pittsburg State
Minnesota-Duluth
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 UC Davis
Robert Morris
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Western Kentucky
UC Davis
9
8
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 LSU
George Washington
8
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Houston
Sam Houston State
13
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Houston
Army
6
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Utah
Seattle
9
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Boston College
Valparaiso
4
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Stanford
Bradley
5
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Madi Schreyer threw a complete game shutout (7.0 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 6 K) and six Stanford batters tallied at least one hit to defeat Bradley, 5-0.
2014-02-15 Stanford
Cal Poly
6
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Madi Schreyer threw 5.2 strong innings (3 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 2 K) and Stanford delivered a big fourth inning that included four runs to defeat Cal Poly, 6-2.
2014-02-15 Oklahoma State
Rutgers
8
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Rutgers
Texas-San Antonio
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Auburn
Western Illinois
6
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Mississippi College
Mary Hardin-Baylor
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Mississippi College
Mary Hardin-Baylor
4
3
7 Innings [Read More]
The Mississippi College softball team scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat conference opponent Mary Hardin-Baylor.
2014-02-15 UCLA
Robert Morris
9
0
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Abilene Christian
Oregon State
5
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Ole Miss
Western Carolina
16
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Baylor
Iowa
2
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 UAB
Iowa
6
1
9 Innings [Read More]
Tied 1-1 until the 9th inning. Michelle Zoeller and Erin Erickson recorded multiple hit games for Iowa in the loss.

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2014-02-15 Coastal Carolina
Virginia
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Coastal Carolina
Towson
6
2
7 Innings [Read More]
CoastalKory Hayden hit her fifth home run in the first five games of the season.
2014-02-15 Notre Dame
Jacksonville
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Louisiana-Lafayette
Memphis
13
2
6 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Pacific (California)
Cal Poly
8
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Megan Foglesong Grand Slam, 5 RBI

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2014-02-15 UCF
Florida A&M
1
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Auburn
Omaha
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Middle Tennessee
Florida A&M
5
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Southern Mississippi
North Dakota State
7
6
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Florida State
Southern Mississippi
11
0
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Florida State
North Dakota State
9
0
5 Innings
No-Hitter
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Lacey Waldrop and Bailey Schinella combined for a no-hitter over North Dakota State.

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2014-02-15 South Alabama
LSU
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Tennessee
South Florida
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Arkansas
St. John's (New York)
10
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Arkansas Invitational
2014-02-15 UCLA
Western Kentucky
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Western Kentucky
UC Davis
9
8
8 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Jacksonville
North Carolina
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Alabama
New Mexico
9
1
5 Innings [Read More]
http://www.rolltide.com/sports/w-softbl/recaps/021514aad.html

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2014-02-15 Middle Tennessee
Florida A&M
6
5
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Samford
Eastern Kentucky
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 UC San Diego
Cal State Chico
10
4
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Northwestern
George Washington
10
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Northwestern
South Alabama
2
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 North Carolina
Louisville
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Notre Dame
Louisville
6
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Nebraska
Sam Houston State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 South Florida
Pittsburgh
5
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Juli Weber records first career RBI for USF.
2014-02-15 Samford
Evansville
2
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Samford junior pitcher Mollie Hanson tied career-high 13 strike outs in the contest.
2014-02-15 Texas A&M-International
Regis (Colorado)
11
0
5 Innings
2014-02-15 Memphis
Boston College
9
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-15 Tulsa
McNeese State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 DePaul
Fordham
8
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Stephen F. Austin
Nebraska
1
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Sacramento State
CSU Bakersfield
11
6
7 Innings
2014-02-15 UC San Diego
Cal State Chico
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 St. Mary's (Texas)
Lubbock Christian
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Bradley
Pacific (California)
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-15 St. John's (New York)
Jackson State
4
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Arkansas Invitational
2014-02-15 Texas A&M
Oregon State
8
0
6 Innings
2014-02-15 Tulsa
Oregon State
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Southern Mississippi
North Dakota State
7
6
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Kentucky
IPFW
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-15 DePaul
Ole Miss
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Middle Tennessee
Illinois-Chicago
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-15 Missouri Western State
Ouachita Baptist
8
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
2014-02-15 James Madison
Illinois-Chicago
11
1
6 Innings
2014-02-14 UC San Diego
Cal State Chico
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Louisiana-Lafayette
Valparaiso
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Central Arkansas
Valparaiso
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-14 St. Benedict
Wisconsin-Stout
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 St. Benedict
Wisconsin-Stout
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Chattanooga
Brigham Young
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Baylor
UAB
4
2
9 Innings
2014-02-14 Missouri
UAB
8
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 James Madison
Florida A&M
9
0
6 Innings
2014-02-14 Iowa State
New Mexico State
13
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
New Mexico State
5
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Central Oklahoma
Oklahoma Panhandle State
17
4
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Northwestern Oklahoma State
Oklahoma Panhandle State
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Alabama
Grand Canyon
13
5
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Grand Canyon
Tennessee State
7
6
9 Innings
2014-02-14 Elon
Bethune-Cookman
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Iowa State
Weber State
8
6
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Iowa State
New Mexico State
13
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Harding
Southwest Baptist
10
6
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Harding
Rockhurst
11
10
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Lipscomb
Drake
8
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 North Florida
Savannah State
11
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 North Florida
Troy
3
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Oklahoma City
Doane
10
6
7 Innings [Read More]
Cowtown Senior College Classic in Fort Worth, Texas

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2014-02-14 Oklahoma City
Graceland
4
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Cowtown Senior College Classic in Fort Worth, Texas

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2014-02-14 Oklahoma City
Baker
9
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Cowtown Senior College Classic in Fort Worth, Texas

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2014-02-14 Incarnate Word
Baker
4
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Texas Wesleyan
Incarnate Word
5
3
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Incarnate Word
Oklahoma Wesleyan
8
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Georgia State
Indiana
14
6
5 Innings [Read More]
Lauren Coleman went 3-for-3 with two home runs and five RBI to lead the Panthers.

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2014-02-14 Eastern Illinois
Grambling
5
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Eastern Illinois
Louisiana-Monroe
9
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Minnesota State Mankato
Pittsburg State
6
4
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Emporia State
Minnesota State Mankato
8
6
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Mississippi State
Maryland
3
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Mississippi State
LIU Brooklyn
5
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Baylor
Drake
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Baylor
UAB
4
2
9 Innings
2014-02-14 Dixie State
Western New Mexico
9
0
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Dixie State
Western New Mexico
10
2
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Eastern New Mexico
Fort Lewis
3
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Texas A&M-Kingsville
Fort Lewis
7
5
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Illinois-Springfield
Rockhurst
7
4
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Illinois-Springfield
Missouri Southern State
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-14 East Central
Drury
11
1
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Fort Hays State
East Central
3
7
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Emporia State
Minnesota State Mankato
8
6
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Emporia State
Central Oklahoma
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Ohio State
Long Beach State
10
8
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Ohio State
Cal State Northridge
9
0
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Missouri-St. Louis
Fort Hays State
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Missouri-St. Louis
Southern Nazarene
8
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Arizona State
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
5
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Ole Miss
Kansas
6
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Kansas
Fordham
10
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Arizona State
Oklahoma
7
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Oklahoma
Illinois State
11
6
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Cal State Northridge
Boise State
12
2
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Boise State
Chattanooga
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Concordia (Texas)
Ozarks (Ark.)
9
1
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Concordia (Texas)
Ozarks (Ark.)
17
8
6 Innings
2014-02-14 Tennessee
Binghamton
10
0
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Tennessee
Pittsburgh
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 St. Edward's
Regis (Colorado)
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 St. Edward's
Chadron State
1
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Oregon
UNLV
3
1
10 Innings [Read More]
Cheridan Hawkins broke her own school record with 18 strikeouts against the Rebels.

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2014-02-14 Oregon
Toledo
11
2
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Oregon
Toledo
11
2
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Florida International
Florida Gulf Coast
7
4
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Florida International
Georgia Southern
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Northern Colorado
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
8
3
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Texas Tech
Northern Colorado
14
6
6 Innings
2014-02-14 Angelo State
Adams State
9
1
6 Innings
2014-02-14 Angelo State
Colorado Mesa
10
0
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Illinois
Pittsburgh
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Illinois
Wright State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Charleston Southern
Jacksonville State
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Jacksonville State
St. Bonaventure
12
0
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Colorado State
Rutgers
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Rutgers
Wichita State
9
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Loyola (Illinois)
Western Illinois
9
7
7 Innings
2014-02-14 LSU
Northwestern
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Texas Woman's University
Regis (Colorado)
6
4
7 Innings
2014-02-14 St. Edward's
Regis (Colorado)
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Florida A&M
Illinois-Chicago
6
2
8 Innings
2014-02-14 UCF
Middle Tennessee
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 IPFW
Texas
3
2
8 Innings
2014-02-14 IPFW
Louisiana Tech
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Fordham
Ole Miss
4
3
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Louisiana-Lafayette
Michigan
8
6
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Alabama
Tennessee State
12
0
5 Innings [Read More]
http://www.rolltide.com/sports/w-softbl/recaps/021414aaa.html

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2014-02-14 Alabama
Grand Canyon
13
5
7 Innings [Read More]
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2014-02-14 San Diego State
California
7
3
7 Innings
2014-02-14 California
South Dakota
7
3
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Washington
San Jose State
18
1
5 Innings [Read More]
The Huskies had seven players post at least one RBI and six players post multi-hit games. Victoria Hayward, Kylee Lahners, and Ali Aguilar each had three hits. Lahners went 3-for-3, with two runs scored, two doubles, and four RBI to give her 19 RBI on the season. Bryana Walker tossed 5.0 innings of one-run ball, allowing just two hits while striking out four to move to 3-0.

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2014-02-14 Washington
Illinois State
9
1
6 Innings [Read More]
Kylee Lahners hit her 4th home run of the season and drove in her 14th and 15th RBI. Kaitlin Inglesby pitched all 6.0 innings for her 58th career complete-game. Victoria Hayward went 2-for-4, with one run scored. Ali Aguilar went 2-for-3, with one run scored, two RBI, and one stolen base.

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2014-02-14 UCLA
Robert Morris
3
2
8 Innings
2014-02-14 McNeese State
Texas A&M
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 College of Charleston
DePaul
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Tulsa
McNeese State
5
4
8 Innings
2014-02-14 DePaul
Western Carolina
7
5
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Missouri
Iowa
2
1
8 Innings [Read More]
First extra inning game of the season for both teams. Erin Erickson hit her second home run of the season. Claire Fritsch went 2-for-2 at the plate. Kayla Massey struck out a season-most seven in her 7.2 innings pitched.

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2014-02-14 Lipscomb
Iowa
10
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Claire Fritsch was a perfect 2-for-2 at the plate for Iowa

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2014-02-14 Stanford
Bradley
7
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Stanford improved to 8-0 behind a seven-run second inning and a strong combined effort in the circle by four Cardinal pitchers to beat Bradley, 7-3.
2014-02-14 Stanford
Cal Poly
5
2
7 Innings [Read More]
Madi Schreyer pitched 7.0 strong innings and six Stanford players recorded a hit in its home-opener to beat Cal Poly, 5-2.
2014-02-14 Cameron
Rogers State
4
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Cameron
Southern Arkansas
9
1
5 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 UCLA
UC Davis
6
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 UC Davis
Western Kentucky
2
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 UC Riverside
CSU Bakersfield
5
3
7 Innings
2014-02-14 LSU
George Washington
14
4
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Northwestern
George Washington
12
11
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Nebraska
Army
7
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Florida State
North Dakota State
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Florida State
Southern Mississippi
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 UCF
Illinois-Chicago
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Cal State East Bay
San Francisco State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Auburn
Loyola (Illinois)
11
2
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Michigan
Memphis
5
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Purdue
Coastal Carolina
11
5
7 Innings [Read More]
Ashley Burkhardt of Purdue hit two three-run homers.
2014-02-14 Coastal Carolina
Purdue
3
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Kiana Quolas with four-hit shutout, now 3-0 on the season.
2014-02-14 Arizona
New Mexico
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Nebraska
Houston
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Houston
Sam Houston State
11
5
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Cal State Chico
UC San Diego
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Minnesota-Duluth
Henderson State
7
6
7 Innings
2014-02-14 St. Mary's (Texas)
Lubbock Christian
2
1
9 Innings [Read More]
Haley Richter had walk-off RBI single to drive in Katie Nichols with two outs.
2014-02-14 Arkansas
St. John's (New York)
8
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Arkansas Invitational
2014-02-14 Kentucky
Texas
6
4
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Purdue
Coastal Carolina
11
5
7 Innings [Read More]
Junior Ashley Burkhardt ties school game record with two home runs.

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2014-02-14 Coastal Carolina
Purdue
3
0
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 Samford
Belmont
9
3
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Auburn
Marshall
19
5
5 Innings
2014-02-14 Binghamton
South Florida
1
0
7 Innings [Read More]
USF: Juli Weber records first career hit.

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2014-02-14 St. John's (New York)
UMKC
11
4
7 Innings [Read More]
Arkansas Invitational
2014-02-14 Hawaii
Seattle
9
8
7 Innings
2014-02-14 UC San Diego
Cal State Chico
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Bradley
Pacific (California)
7
4
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Western Kentucky
Robert Morris
7
2
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-14 UC Davis
Western Kentucky
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 North Dakota State
Southern Mississippi
1
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Krista Menke (3-1) recorded her second save of the season and 14th of her career. She has allowed one ER over the past 21 innings
2014-02-14 UC Santa Barbara
Sacramento State
3
2
8 Innings
2014-02-14 UC Santa Barbara
CSU Bakersfield
5
3
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Cal State East Bay
San Francisco State
10
1
5 Innings
2014-02-14 St. Mary's (Texas)
Lubbock Christian
4
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Florida A&M
Illinois-Chicago
6
2
8 Innings
2014-02-14 Kentucky
Louisiana Tech
1
0
7 Innings
No-Hitter
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UK senior Lauren Cumbess threw her second career no-hitter.
2014-02-14 Missouri Western State
Upper Iowa
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 South Florida
Wright State
8
6
7 Innings [Read More]
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Boston College
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Boston College
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Middle Tennessee
3
1
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2014-02-14 Southern Nazarene
Minnesota-Duluth
10
1
6 Innings
2014-02-14 Cal Poly
Pacific (California)
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4
7 Innings [Read More]
Cassidy Gustafson Grand Slam in first inning. First career HR.

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Oregon State
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1
6 Innings
2014-02-14 Florida
Seattle
8
1
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Boston College
Central Arkansas
6
0
7 Innings
2014-02-14 Southern Nazarene
Minnesota-Duluth
10
1
6 Innings
2014-02-14 Western Illinois
Marshall
10
2
6 Innings
2014-02-14 Missouri Western State
Southwestern Oklahoma State
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3
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2014-02-14 Boston College
Central Arkansas
6
0
7 Innings
2014-02-13 Arizona
Grand Canyon
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-13 Arizona State
Tennessee State
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3
7 Innings [Read More]
Mackenzie Popescue entered in relief, picking up the last out of the second inning as she went on to retire 13 straight batters before giving up a leadoff double in the seventh inning. The senior posted four strikeouts and took down 16 of the 17 batters she faced in 5 1/3 inning of work.

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Florida Atlantic
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Florida Atlantic
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Grand Canyon
5
0
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2014-02-13 Arkansas
Butler
8
1
7 Innings
2014-02-13 Arkansas
Jackson State
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-12 Cal State Stanislaus
Cal State East Bay
6
1
7 Innings
2014-02-12 Academy of Art
San Francisco State
3
2
7 Innings
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Academy of Art
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0
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Texas A&M-Kingsville
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Texas A&M-Kingsville
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Texas
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Houston Baptist
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2014-02-12 Valdosta State
Florida Tech
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Florida Tech's 9-0 start to its 2014 season ended with a loss in game two of the doubleheader. The loss signaled an end to the Panthers' best start in their 28-year history. FIT is now 2-1 against top-six ranked teams. Its first win over a ranked opponent this season came on Feb. 7 against No. 5 Armstrong Atlantic, 3-2.

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Valdosta State
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Florida Tech builds on its best start in the program's 28-year history with a 4-3 come from behind win to improve to 9-0 on the season. Freshman Rachel Pence, named Sunshine State Conference Pitcher of the Week for the last two weeks, improved to 5-0 on the season with her fifth complete-game performance.

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Eastern Arizona College
3
1
7 Innings
2014-02-11 Eastern Arizona College
Scottsdale CC
12
8
7 Innings
2014-02-11 Pacific (California)
UC Davis
8
5
7 Innings
2014-02-10 Angelo State
Texas A&M-International
14
13
7 Innings
2014-02-10 Utah State
Omaha
6
0
7 Innings [Read More]
USU pitcher Noelle Johnson broke the Utah State strikeout record with 16 against the Mavericks.
2014-02-10 St. Edward's
Indianapolis
8
4
7 Innings
2014-02-10 Utah
Western Michigan
9
1
6 Innings
2014-02-09 Long Beach State
Kent State
7
9
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Valdosta State
Nova Southeastern
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Flagler
Florida Southern
5
2
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Towson
North Carolina Central
18
6
5 Innings
2014-02-09 New Mexico
UTEP
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6
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2014-02-09 Elon
Charleston Southern
5
5
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Elon
Maryland-Eastern Shore
11
0
5 Innings
2014-02-09 Georgia
James Madison
2
0
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Iowa State
South Dakota State
4
1
7 Innings [Related Story]
2014-02-09 West Texas A&M
Colorado-Colorado Springs
4
0
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Georgia Tech
Missouri State
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1
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2014-02-09 Campbell
Seton Hall
11
2
5 Innings
2014-02-09 Cal State Stanislaus
Cal State East Bay
6
2
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Dixie State
New Mexico Highlands
15
9
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Dixie State
Cal State San Bernadino
8
0
6 Innings
2014-02-09 Southern Indiana
Young Harris
6
4
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Northwood (Mich.)
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3
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2014-02-09 Emporia State
Harding
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Indianapolis
West Alabama
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-09 LeTourneau
Centenary (La.)
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0
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Centenary (La.)
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East Carolina
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0
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2014-02-09 Pfeiffer
King (Tennessee)
5
2
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Wingate
King (Tennessee)
5
4
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Anderson (South Carolina)
Chowan
9
1
6 Innings
2014-02-09 Anderson (South Carolina)
Chowan
8
0
5 Innings
2014-02-09 Angelo State
Texas A&M-International
7
0
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Tulsa
Northern Illinois
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1
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2014-02-09 Florida Gulf Coast
Liberty
8
7
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Baylor
Arkansas
5
0
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Oklahoma
Pittsburgh
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Grand Canyon
Southern Utah
7
3
7 Innings [Read More]
Stephanie Pesqueira hit a grand slam on her way to accounting for 5 RBI in the game.
2014-02-09 Fort Lewis
Notre Dame de Namur
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Iowa
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6
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Central Michigan
4
1
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2014-02-09 Wayne State (Michigan)
North Georgia
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North Alabama
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2
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2014-02-09 St. Edward's
Delta State
7
1
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Colorado State
Utah
11
5
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Hawaii Hilo
Regis (Colorado)
7
4
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Regis (Colorado)
Simon Fraser
13
0
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Texas State
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
13
0
5 Innings [Read More]
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2014-02-09 Texas State
Southern Illinois
9
0
5 Innings [Read More]
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2014-02-09 Cameron
Missouri Western State
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Arkansas Tech
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Cameron
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2014-02-09 Georgetown
Ole Miss
9
2
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Cal State Fullerton
George Washington
9
0
6 Innings
2014-02-09 Arizona State
UC Riverside
11
1
7 Innings [Read More]
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Fresno State
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Dallas Escobedo - One-hitter Cheyenne Coyle - Third home run of the weekend

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Angelo State
5
4
7 Innings
2014-02-09 St. Mary's (Texas)
Chadron State
3
2
7 Innings
2014-02-09 East Central
Drury
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Stanford
Seattle
10
1
6 Innings [Read More]
Stanford earned a convincing 10-1 victory over Seattle to finish its opening weekend at the Kajikawa Classic, 6-0.
2014-02-09 Alabama-Huntsville
North Georgia
6
4
7 Innings
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Louisiana-Lafayette
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2014-02-09 South Dakota State
Indiana State
14
12
8 Innings
2014-02-09 Iowa State
Indiana State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Stanford
Seattle
10
1
6 Innings
2014-02-09 Penn State
Seattle
6
1
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Alabama
Troy
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North Carolina-Greensboro
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2014-02-09 California
Portland State
8
3
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Texas A&M
Dayton
7
1
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Michigan State
Rhode Island
9
0
5 Innings [Read More]
2nd home run of the day for freshman Kassidy Kujawa; Soph. Shanin Thomas with a grand slam in the top of the 4th

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Rhode Island
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CSU Bakersfield
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0
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2014-02-09 North Florida
Memphis
2
1
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Western Illinois
Eastern Illinois
3
1
7 Innings [Read More]
Kaycee Hart first complete game victory of her career. Teagan Walsh had 9 RBI over the weekend.
2014-02-09 Western Illinois
Eastern Illinois
9
3
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Texas-San Antonio
Lamar
10
9
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Oregon
Boise State
9
0
5 Innings [Read More]
Courtney Ceo went 3-for-3 with three stolen bases. She is 10-for-11 over the last three games.
2014-02-09 Washington
UC Davis
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2
5 Innings [Read More]
Six Huskies recorded two hits apiece, as the Huskies defeated UC Davis, 16-2. The Huskies 16 runs were the most they have scored since March 8, 2013, when they defeated Ohio, 17-1.

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2014-02-09 Texas-San Antonio
Lamar
10
9
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Lincoln Memorial
Columbus State
4
2
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Mercer
Samford
5
1
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Young Harris
Ohio Dominican
7
0
7 Innings
2014-02-09 West Georgia
Ohio Dominican
7
2
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Arizona
Southern Mississippi
12
0
5 Innings
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Jacksonville State
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2014-02-09 Auburn
Tennessee Tech
8
4
7 Innings
2014-02-09 Washington
UC Davis
16
2
5 Innings
2014-02-09 Houston Baptist
Louisiana Tech
8
0
5 Innings
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2014-02-09 Georgia Southern
Northern Colorado
9
1
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2014-02-09 Coastal Carolina
College of Charleston
3
2
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2014-02-09 Florida Tech
West Florida
7
0
7 Innings [Read More]
Florida Tech improves on its best start in recent memory with a win. Panthers are now 8-0. Rachel Pence records her third shutout in four starts. She now has a team-best 0.47 ERA.

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2014-02-09 Notre Dame
Morehead State
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0
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Lindenwood (Mo.)
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2
7 Innings [Read More]
Panthers improve on their best start in recent memory and are now 7-0 on the season. Nicole Shinsky leads the Panthers with a 3-for-4 game. She also had two RBIs and two runs scored.

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Saint Joseph's (Indiana)
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2
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UC Riverside
3
2
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2014-02-09 IUPUI
Loyola (Illinois)
5
2
7 Innings