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No. 1 vs. No. 2: Top-ranked Arizona and No. 2 UCLA will square off Friday night at 10 p.m. EST. The Wildcats swept a doubleheader earlier this season from UCLA when the Bruins were ranked No. 1. The game will be televised live on College Sports Television (DirecTV Channel 610).

Also on CSTV: The 24-hour College Sports Network will provide live coverage of the Conference USA Championship Game on Saturday at 3 p.m.

Texas is King: The Longhorns swept the 2003 Big 12 regular season and conference tournament titles last week, and are looking forward to hosting a regional in Austin. Texas went 4-0 in the Big 12 tournament behind the arm of Louisville Slugger/NFCA Player of the Week Cat Osterman. Osterman threw three complete games, including a pair of 1-0 shutout wins over Oklahoma.

0.07: No, not seven cents. That is Cat Osterman's ERA against Big 12 teams this season. The sophomore compiled a 14-1 record against the Big 12, giving up just one earned run in 97 2/3 innings pitched.

Still Streaking: Florida State just keeps on winning. The Seminoles have now won 26 games in a row heading into this weekend's ACC Tournament in Tallahassee.

In Division II ... : Regionals are underway in Division II. The first day of competition saw everything from huge upsets to weather delays. To keep up with the action on the road to Salem, Oregon, click here.

Also on the road to Salem: The Division III Championships will take place next week as well in Salem, but in Salem, Va. Regionals begin Friday. You can follow the action in Division III by clicking here.

Selection Sunday looms: The field of 64 teams for the NCAA Division I Championship will be announced Sunday night at 10 p.m. EST. You can follow the selections during a live Selection Show on ESPNEWS.

Back to Back Bombs: Colgate's Dorothy Donaldson hit back-to-back grand slams in Patriot League Action against Holy Cross. Colgate wrapped up the No. 2 seed in the conference tournament and will compete this weekend for a spot in the field of 64. For the week, Donaldson hit .600 while extending her hitting streak to 10 games. Her slugging percentage in the four game series was 1.400.