Monday, March 7, 2016

Weekend Roundup

  • Auburn junior third baseman & all-American Kasey Cooper set the program's new career home run mark with #43.
  • Norther Illinois' Kayti Grable set her own program's home run career record with her 25th.
  • Murray State head coach Kara Amundson recorded her 100th career victory with a win over Bryant on Friday.
  • Cal Poly head coach Jenny Condon won her 300th career game in a victory over St. Peter's on Thursday.
  • Congratulations to this week's members of the No-No Express- 
    • Sierra Hyland, Cal Poly (7.0 IP, 15 SO, vs. St. Peter's)
    • Sydney Smith, LSU (Perfect Game - 5.0 IP, 6 SO, vs. Tennessee Tech)
    • Liz Carter, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (7.0 IP, 11 SO, vs. Prairie View A&M)
    • Hannah Null, Abilene Christian (5.0 IP, 12 SO, vs. Arkansas Pine Bluff)
    • Megan Kugelmann, FIU (6.0 IP, 3 SO, vs. Florida A&M)
    • Emily Ira, Western Illinois (5.0 IP, 9 SO, vs. Canisius)
    • Carley Hoover, LSU (5.0 IP, 7 SO, vs. Tennessee Tech)
    • Jacquelyn Sertic, North Dakota State (5.0 IP, 4 SO, vs. DePaul)
    • Lily Fecho, Purdue (5.0 IP, 11 SO, vs. St. Bonaventure)
    • Shannon Smith, Kentucky (5.0 IP, 12 SO, vs. Albany)

The Florida Gators' second baseman comes into this season 113 hits away from the career NCAA record. We will track her progress weekly.
Original photo: Tim Casey / Florida Communications

UPSET ALERT: Ranked teams that suffered losses this week.
- #2 Alabama - lost to NR North Dakota State 2-1
- #9 Texas A&M - lost to NR San Diego State 10-5
- #11 Georgia - lost to #19 Minnesota 4-3
- #14 Missouri - lost to #3 Michigan 13-0 (5)
- #15 UCLA - lost to #3 Michigan 8-6; lost to #12 Florida State 3-0
- #16 Kentucky - lost to NR Charlotte 5-3
- #17 Arizona State - lost to NR Long Beach State 10-8; lost to NR Cal State Fullerton 3-2 
                             (8); lost to #14 Missouri 8-0
- #18 Arizona - lost to NR BYU 4-2; lost to #10 James Madison 4-2
- #19 Minnesota - lost to #11 Georgia 6-5
- #21 Fresno State - lost to #22 Baylor 5-4; lost to NR Wisconsin 4-0
- #22 Baylor - lost to #14 Missouri 10-4
- #23 Oregon State - lost to #22 Baylor 3-0; lost to #3 Michigan 9-3

  • James Madison's Offense - In his squad's third-straight undefeated weekend of games, Mickey Dean's offense showed out yet again. Six different players parked at least one round-tripper over the fence, including three from Taylor Newton and a pair from Niki Prince. Thirteen of the Dukes’ nineteen rostered players scored at least one run in the offensive showing and eleven players added at least one tally in the RBI column.
  • Haley Hutton, Colorado State - The Rams' junior shortstop hit .727 on the weekend, reaching base eight times in eleven official at-bats. She was walked four times. Among those eight base knocks were *four* triples and an inside-the-park home run; she crossed the plate and scored six times, en route to leading her team to a 3-1 record at week's end.
  • Katiyana Mauga, Arizona - The Wildcats' standout all-American slugger is no stranger to impressive statistics, and this weekend was no exception. An 8-for-15 weekend was good enough for a .533 batting average. Exactly 1/2 of those eight hits went over the fence and another went for extra bases. Opposing pitchers had no shame in pitching around her powerful bat, either, as she earned a base on balls seven times, including three times in her squad’s only weekend loss, to James Madison on Sunday.

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