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NFCA Leadoff Classic Day 3 Final Results

Sunday's results

Gold Bracket
Consolation semifinals
Washington 8, Kansas 0 (5)
Michigan 3, LSU 1 (8)
Consolation finals
Washington vs. Michigan (cancelled, rain)

Championship semifinals
Stanford 0, South Carolina 0 (5, rain)
Alabama vs. California (cancelled, rain)
Stanford declared Gold Bracket winner by virtue of being the highest-seeded team (No. 1) to reach the semifinals. California is second (No. 2 seed) and Washington is the consolation bracket champion.

Silver Bracket
Consolation semifinals
Fresno State 3, Missouri 1
Nebraska 3, New Mexico 0
Consolation Finals
Fresno State vs. Nebraska (cancelled, rain)

Championship semifinals
Southern Mississippi 2, Oklahoma 1 (4 1/2, legal game)
DePaul 0, Oregon State 0 (8, rain)
DePaul is declared Silver Bracket champion by virtue of being the highest-seeded team (No. 1) to advance to the semifinals. Southern Mississippi is declared the runnerup by virtue of its 2-1 semifinal win over Oklahoma in the bottom half of the bracket. Fresno State (seed No. 4) is declared the consolation bracket champion.

Bronze Bracket
Consolation semifinals
Massachusetts 9, Michigan State 6
LIU-Brooklyn 3, Seton Hall 2
Consolation finals
Massachusetts vs. LIU-Brooklyn (cancelled, rain)

Bronze Bracket
Championship semifinals
Arizona State 2, San Diego State 1
Georgia vs. Illinois-Chicago (cancelled, rain)
Arizona State is declared the champion of the Bronze bracket by virtue of being the highest-seeded team (No. 1) to advance to the semifinals. Georgia is declared the runnerup and Massachusetts is declared the champion of the consolation bracked.

2001 All-Leadoff Classic Team
Erica Beach, Arizona State
Sarah Beeson, Stanford
Nicole DiSalvio, California
Jocelyn Forest, California
Kelly Kretschman, Alabama
Sarah Martz, DePaul
Megan Matthews, South Carolina
Joyce McMillin, South Carolina
Jessica Mendoza, Stanford
Veronica Nelson, California
Kenya Peters, Southern Mississippi
Dana Sorensen, Stanford
(Due to the fact that the tournament was not completed on the field, no MVP was selected)