Pac-12 Softball Field Review: Day 1 of NCAA Regionals

The 2022 NCAA Division I Softball Championship is underway, and we’ll be tracking all the activity on, reviewing how the conference’s seven playoff teams are doing each day in the regionals.

Make sure to hit the refresh button as this page will be updated after each game.head here Find out the full schedule for the day.

OSU beats Ohio State 4-3 in Knoxville

singles home run Madison Simon Even the Beavers were pulled in the third game, and they led 3-1 in the next game. Grace Mesmer Sneaking the ball through the Ohio State shortstop’s legs, allowing Maria Masson Scores from second and pinch runners Erin Mendoza From the beginning.

Mazon pitched six innings and coaxed a base-full walk in the fifth to extend the lead to 4-1 and give the Beavs plenty of offense.

The Buckeyes closed the deficit to one in Game 6 when Kaitlyn Coffman hit a two-run double on the halfway wall, and the drama intensified from there.

Freshman Sarah Handigs To Mazon’s relief in the seventh inning, the top three hitters arrived safely with a walk and a pair of singles. With one out and two strikeouts, Haendiges shrugged off a 4-3 win with incredible freshman determination.

Lin made another game-changing game in the seventh inning, throwing Taylor Jackson first after collecting the line in right field.

A magnified Vawter fanned Victoria Garland to the final, putting the bow on a stunning pitching performance.

The Cardinals face host Alabama No. 6 in the upper bracket on Saturday.

Oregon uses long ball to dominate Wichita State 10-2 at Fayetteville

The Ducks beat the Shockers with a long ball, hitting four home runs in a five-inning 10-2 Mercy Rule victory in the Fayetteville area.

Paige Sinic (3 dots), Ariel Carlson (3 dots), Rachel Sid and Terra McGowan All went to the yard.

So Addison Barnard, the nation’s home run leader, but her two-run Steve Hansen It was the only time Wichita State could rally, and the only time the game felt close. Barnard’s 33rd burst of the season cut the Ducks’ lead to 3-2 after Snicki made them 3-0 in the second quarter.

Hansen pitched in the first 2.2 innings, Makeenna Klithermes The rest were relieved and combined to keep the Shockers six hits.

McGowan put an exclamation mark on the win after back-to-back innings by Carlson and Sid, hitting a homer in the bottom of the fifth to put the run rule into effect.

The Ducks face host No. 4 Arkansas in the upper bracket on Saturday.

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