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NFCA Division I Leadoff Classic: Friday, March 3

Due to lightning and rain, all 7:30 games have been suspended until 2:30 EST tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon. Saturday's 10:00 and 12:30 games will be played as scheduled.

7:30 games (suspended until 2:30 p.m. EST Saturday, March 3) Stanford 7, Massachusetts 0 (4) Nebraska 0, Hofstra 0 (2) Hawai'i 5, Michigan 3 (4) Fresno State 2, Texas 0 (2 1/2) Arizona State 10, Oklahoma State 0 (3 1/2) Washington 2, Illinois-Chicago 0 (6 1/2)  5:00 games FINAL:  Mississippi State 2, Stanford 1 (9) Mississippi State    000 000 011---2 5 0 Stanford             000 000 010---1-5-1 WP - none (tie-breaker)  LP - Dana Sorensen (8-2)

Kari McCallum's ninth-inning single drove in Kasey Whitehead with the eventual winning run as Mississippi State topped Stanford. MSU had taken a 1-0 lead in the eighth on Karrie Ryder's run-scoring single. Stanford tied the game in the last of the eighth on Jessica Mendoza's sacrifice fly.

FINAL:  Louisiana-Lafayette 7, Nebraska 6 Louisiana-Lafayette   200 220 1---7 12 0 Nebraska              600 000 0---6 9 1 WP - Melissa Coronado (4-2)  LP - Jenny Voss (2-2)

Alana Addison's seventh-inning RBI double climazed a four-run rally by Louisiana-Lafayette. Nebraska took a 6-2 first-inning lead, with Jamie Fuente (two-run double) and Ginger Tayor (two-run single) contributing key hits. Lafayette scored twice in the fourth and tied the game in the fifth on a passed ball and a run-scoring single by Megan Fields.

FINAL:  Michigan 3, LSU 0 Michigan 000 120 0---3 8 1 LSU      000 000 0---0-3-0 WP - Karie Barda (3-2) LP - Britni Sneed (5-1)

Marissa Young's two-run fifth-inning single was icing on the cake for Michigan. The Wolverines opened the scoring on Melissa Gentile's run-scoring single.

FINAL:  Texas 9, Harvard 0 Texas     004 001 4---9 13 1 Harvard   000 000 0---0-5-2 WP - Charla Moore  LP - Suzanne Guy

 

FINAL:  Oklahoma State 7, DePaul 0 DePaul        000 000 0---0 3 2 Oklahoma St.  000 502 x---7 11 0 WP - Karla Rivera  LP - Lindsay Chouinard

Kirsty Jennings' two-run single was the most productive blow in a five-run OSU fourth inning. Jennings (2-3), Amanda Hayes (2-4) and Jenny Kipp (2-3) accounted for six of OSU's 11 hits. Karla Rivera allowed three hits, walked three and struck out five.

FINAL:  Washington 8, Utah 0 (6 - eight-run rule) Utah        000 000---0 3 0 Washington  302 111---8-12-0 WP - Jamie Graves (11-0)  LP - Jeanette Herberg

First-inning doubes by Kelly Hauxhurst, Jenny Topping and Jaime Clark were the big hits in a three-run Huskies first inning. Topping (3-3) and Christie Rosenblad later hit solo homers. Nine diffrent UW players have hit at least one HR for No. 1 ranked Washington ths year. Graves, who pitched the first five innings before being relieved by Bridget Wilcox in the sixth, wllwed two hits and walked one while fanning six.

2:30 games FINAL:  Oklahoma 10, Mississippi State 4 (6 - eight-run rule) Mississippi State    003 100---4 4 2 Oklahoma             420 013---10 10 0 WP - Kourtney Davis (4-0) LP - Jennifer Nelson (2-1)

Oklahoma DP Lisa Carey drove in four runs, three on a first-inning home run, as the Sooners beat Mississippi State in six innings.

 FINAL: Cal State Northridge 1, Louisiana-Lafayette 0 Louisiana-Lafayette  000 000 0---0 5 0 Cal State Northridge 000010 x---1 6 1 WP - Sarah Farnworth  LP - Melissa Coronado

Northridge SS Jodi Borenstein's fifth-inning, two-out RBI single drove in pinch-runner Barbara Alaniz with the game's ony run in a 1-0 Matador victory. Winning pitcher Sarah Farnworth allowed five hits, walked one and struck out four. Louisiana-Lafayette CF Jerie Alexander was 2-3 for the Lady Cajuns.

FINAL: LSU 14, Boston College 1 (5 - eight-run fule) LSU            340 34---14 21 2 Boston College 001 00---1 2 0 WP - Ashley Lewis (6-2)  LP - Lauren Fischetti 

LSU pounded out 21 hits in a game shortened to five innings by the eight-run rule. Tiger P Ashley Lewis earned her sixth win of the season and was 3-3 with five RBI on two singles and a double. Lewis and Julie Stashko, who relieved in the fourth, combined for a two-hitter.

FINAL:  Florida State 6, Harvard 2 Florida State    002 003 1---6 9 0 Harvard          000 200 0---2 8 3 WP - Jennifer Stokes  LP - Celsea Thoke

Florida State catcher Teresa Edenfield knocked in three runs with a pair of singles to lead the Seminoles. FSU SS Natalie Bennett was 2-3 with an RBI. Harvard DP Mairead McKendry was 2-3 with an RBI and a stolen base.

FINAL:  Alabama 7, DePaul 3 Alabama     401 020 0---7 13 1 DePaul      001 200 0---3 9 1 WP - Melissa Bautista (7-0)  LP - Ashley Ivey

Kristi Frenier's first-inning three-run home run sparked the Crimson Tide to the win over the defending tourney runnerup. Frenier drove in her fourth run of the game with a bases-loaded walk in the fifth. Shortstop-turned-center fielder Kelly Kretschman (2-4, 2 runs), RF Christy Kyle (3-3) 1B Ginger Jones (3-3) led Alabama's 13-hit attack. CF Dana Jakusz and RF Shavaughne Desecki each had two hits for DePaul.

FINAL:  Utah 1, Florida 0 Florida      000 000 0---0 4 0 Utah         000 010 x---1 5 0 WP - Kristin Arbogast (8-6) LP - Renise Landry (6-3)

Utah 1B Nicole Wilkinson's fifth-inning solo home run accounted for the game's only tally. Lisa Hashimoto (2-3) and Lyndsey Travis (2-2) had the other Utah hits. Utes' pitcher Kristin Arbogast allowed four hits, walkd four and struck out seven.

Noon games FINAL: Oklahoma 9, Massachusetts 2 Massachusetts    010 001 0---2 6 3 Oklahoma         300 033 x---9 13 0 WP - Lana Nolan    LP - Carrie Jeffrie 

OU shortstop Leah Gulla kknocked in three runs with a single and a double to pace the Sooners. Gulla (2-4), 3B Mandy Fulton (2-3, 1 RBI), C Ashli Barrett (2-4, 2 RBI) and RF KelliBraitsch (2-4, 2 runs) led the 13-hit OU attack. UMass CF Teri Rooney was 3-3 with a run scored. WP Lana Moran allowed six hits and two earned runs while walking one and striking out six.

FINAL:  Hawai'i 3, Boston College 2 Boston College 100 000 1---2 8 0 Hawai'i        110 010 x---3-6-2 WP - Sheri Oronez   LP - Kimberly Ryan  SV - Janelle Gonzales 

BC out-hit Hawai'i but left 11 on base. 2B Melissa McGie, SS Kate Judd and C Dana Degen had RBIs for the Wahine. SS Cara Blumfield and 3B Chris Vicari heac had two hits for BC.

FINAL:  Cal Stat Northridge 5, Hofstra 3 Hofstra              030 000 0---3-9-4 Cal State Northridge 102 110 x---5-8-1 WP - Summer Richardson  LP - Jen Smith  SV - Sarah Farnworth 

Northridge wiped out a 3-1 third-inning deficit. All five Matador runs were unearned. Sarah Farnworth pitched three hitless, walkless innings and picked up the save in relief of Summer Richardson.

FINAL:  Fresno State 2, Florida State 0 Fresno State       000 000 2---2 3 0 Florida State      000 000 0---0-0-3 WP - Amanda Scott (no-hitter)  LP - Leslie Malerich 

#8 Fresno State opens tournament play at the NFCA Leadoff Classic with its 9th shutout win on year. Sr. RHP Amanda Scott gets second no-hitter on year & fifth in career (No. 50 in program's history). So. 2B Lovie Jung had GWH with 1-out 2 RBI single in 7th. FS vs. Texas tonight (7:30 EST).

FINAL:  Arizona St. 4, Alabama 0 Arizona State    000 003 1---4-7-0 Alabama          000 000 0---0-1-1 WP - Kirsten Voak   LP - Shelly Laird 

ASU pitcher Kirsten Voak slammed a three-run homer in the sixth inning to break a scoreless tie and propel the No. 4 Sun Devils to the shutout win over No. 16 Alabama. In the circle, Voak gave up just one hit, sixth-inning bunt single by LF Kim Rohret.

FINAL:  Florida 1, Illinois-Chicago 0 Illinois-Chicago    000 000 0---0-4-0 Florida             000 010 x---1-1-0 WP - Beth Dieter   LP - Samantha Iuli 

Florida center fielder Jen Lutsi broke up Samantha Iuli's no-hitter with a fifth-inning home run that gave the Gators the win and was the only hit allowed by Iuli in six innings. Iuli walked none and struck out five while Florida pitcher Beth Dieter gave up four hits, walked one and struck out six.