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Monday, May 2, 2016

Weekend Roundup

NEWS:
  • Oregon senior Janelle Lindvall set the program's all-time career RBI record.
  • Texas coach Connie Clark earned her 800th career win.
  • Northwestern coach Kate Drohan earned her 500th career win.
  • Georgia State head coach Roger Kincaid earned his 200th career win.
  • Kennesaw State's Taylor Denton tied the program's career stolen bases record.
  • UMKC's Katie Kelley set the program's career doubles record.
  • Charlotte's Lexi Betancourt set the program's career pitching wins record.
  • Baylor senior Linsey Hays set the program's career doubles record.
  • Congrats to this week's members of the No-No Express:
    • Devin Brown, South Alabama (5.0 IP, 11 SO, vs. Kennesaw State)


KELSEY STEWART HIT TRACKER
The Florida Gators' second baseman comes into the 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.
- #1 Florida - Lost to #22 Texas A&M 6-4
- #4 Alabama - Lost to #28 South Carolina 2-1
- #5 Auburn - Lost to #13 Tennessee 10-2 (5); Lost to #13 Tennessee 12-1 (5)
- #6 James Madison - Lost to #123 Elon 5-4 (15)
- #8 Washington - Lost to #24 Utah 6-5
- #10 Louisiana-Lafayette - Lost to #99 Georgia Southern 2-0
- #17 South Florida - Lost to #29 UCF 9-0; Lost to #29 UCF 5-3
- #19 Georgia - Lost to #30 Ole Miss 1-0
- #20 Arizona - Lost to #16 UCLA 8-7; SWEPT by #7 Oregon 2-0, 7-0, 8-0 (5)
- #22 Texas A&M - Lost to #1 Florida 14-3 (6); Lost to #1 Florida 7-3
- #24 Utah - Lost to #8 Washington 6-0; Lost to #8 Washington 8-0 (6)
- #25 Notre Dame - Lost to #37 North Carolina 7-6; Lost to #50 Louisville 8-3


WORTH WATCHING: Excellent defense by Mississippi State defensive wizard Kayla Winkfield



WHAT TO WATCH FOR:
Monday, May 2:
     Auburn vs. Tennessee - SEC Network @ 7:00 pm ET
Wednesday, May 4:
     Florida vs. Florida State - ESPN3.com @ 5:00 pm ET
     North Texas vs. Texas - Longhorn Network @ 6:00 pm ET.
Friday, May 6:
     Ball State vs. Toledo - ESPN3.com @ 3:00 pm ET 
     Oklahoma State vs. Kansas - ESPN3.com @ 6:00 pm ET 
     Arkansas vs. Florida - SEC Network+ @ 6:00 pm ET 
     Texas A&M vs. Auburn - SEC Network+ @ 7:00 pm ET 
     Tennessee vs. Ole Miss - SEC Network+ @ 7:00 pm ET 
     Georgia vs. Alabama - SEC Network+ @ 7:30 pm ET 
     South Carolina vs. Missouri - SEC Network+ @ 7:30 pm ET
Saturday, May 7:
     Georgia vs. Alabama - ESPN @ 12:00 pm ET 
     Seton Hall vs. St. John's - ESPN3.com @ 12:00 pm ET 
     Mississippi State vs. Kentucky - SEC Network+ @ 12:00 pm ET 
     Arkansas vs. Florida - ESPNU @ 1:00 pm ET 
     Tennessee vs. Ole Miss - SEC Network @ 1:00 pm ET 
     North Carolina State vs. Notre Dame - ESPN3.com @ 3:00 pm ET 
     Louisiana-Monroe vs. Louisiana-Lafayette - ESPN3.com @ 3:00 & 5:30 pm ET 
     Louisville vs. Florida State - ESPN3.com @ 4:00 & 6:00 pm ET 
     Washington vs. LSU - SEC Network+ @ 5:00 & 7:30 pm ET 
Sunday, May 8:
     Louisville vs. Florida State - ESPN3.com @ 12:00 pm ET 
     Mississippi State vs. Kentucky - SEC Network+ @ 1:00 pm ET 
     North Carolina vs. Georgia Tech - ESPN3.com @ 1:00 pm ET
     Arkansas vs. Florida - SEC Network+ @ 1:00 pm ET 
     South Carolina vs. Missouri - SEC Network+ @ 1:30 pm ET 
     Washington vs. LSU - SEC Network+ 1:30 pm ET 
     Tennessee vs. Ole Miss - SEC Network+ 1:30 pm ET 
     Georgia vs. Alabama - SEC Network+ @ 2:00 pm ET 
     Texas A&M vs. Auburn - SEC Network+ @ 2:00 pm ET 
     North Carolina vs. Georgia Tech - ESPN3.com @ 3:00 pm ET


PERFORMANCES OF THE WEEK:
  • Shelby Friudenberg, Baylor - The Slugging Sophomore of Waco put together another power show in a three-game sweep of Texas Tech where the Bears offense showed out. For her part, Friudenberg hit .400 on the weekend with three home runs and nine RBI. Couple the weekend with a midweek performance that added another dinger and two RBI to her total and she collected a nice quartet of home runs, with eleven RBI in all to go with them.
  • Holiday Cahill, Towson - The Tigers' junior first baseman put on a power show all her own in her team's series-ender against Delaware on Sunday. In three trips to the plate, Cahill hit three home runs. Earning at-bats in the 3rd, 5th, and 6th innings, she took the Blue Hen pitchers deep each time, gathering a school-record seven RBIs along the way. She sits second all-time in the program's record books for home runs and both her three home runs and seven RBI are new Tiger single-game records.

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