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Sunday top 25 scores and a look at the Top 25/RPI

November 18th, 2012
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RPI is as of last week

1. Stanford 25-3, 17-1  Pac12 RPI 1

2. Penn State 27-2, 17-1 Big Ten RPI 2

3. Texas 23-3, 14-0 Big 12 RPI 3

4. Oregon 23-4, 14-4  Pac12 RPI 9

5. UCLA 23-4, 14-4 Pac12 RPI 6

6. Washington 25-6, 13-5  Pac12  RPI 14

7. Hawaii 24-2, 16-0 BWC (although ncaa has them 15-0) RPI 19

8. USC 26-4, 15-4 Pac12 RPI 13

9. Nebraska 21-6, 13-5 Big Ten def. Wisconsin 3-0   RPI 4

10. Louisville 27-3, 14-1 Big East def. Marquette 3-0  RPI 5

11. Florida State 26-3, 16-2 ACC def. Boston College 3-0 RPI 10

12. Dayton  25-4, 14-0 A10 def. Xavier 3-2  RPI 29

13. BYU 25-3, 13-3  WCC RPI 12

14. Minnesota  22-7, 13-5  Big Ten RPI 8

15. Ohio State  22-8, 13-5  Big Ten RPI 23

16. Florida 23-4, 17-1 SEC  def. So. Carolina  RPI 11

17. Western Kentucky 32-3, 15-0  Sun Belt  RPI 30

18. San Diego  21-6, 13-3  WCC RPI 24

19. Iowa State 18-7, 11-3  Big 12 RPI 28

20. Kansas State 21-7, 8-7 Big 12 REALLY barely above .500 in conference  RPI 15

21. Purdue  19-10, 10-8 Big Ten RPI 20

22. Kansas 23-6, 11-4  Big 12 RPI  7 (?)

23. Creighton  26-3, 17-1  MVC RPI 31

24. Miami 25-4, 17-2 ACC def. Maryland 3-0  RPI 21

25. North Carolina 24-5, 15-4 ACC RPI 18.

 

 

Selection committee members

November 28th, 2011
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Not inspiring much confidence with this list. one comment from a coach who will remain nameless: it’s a bunch of SWAs (Senior Woman Administrator) who are trying to pad their resume so it leads to being on a better committee, like basketball.

The way you can look at it is there are very few reps or regions west of the mississippi, which would lead to the bias given Big Ten and Big 12. And no one who would really be paying attention at their school to the national picture IMHO.

Terry Gawlik, Wisconsin-Madison  chair Mideast

Beatrice Crane-Banford, Marshall Mideast

Cynthia Gannon, WE Missouri State Midwest

Jennifer Gilbert Miami (Ohio) Midwest

Keith Gill American Northeast

Colleen Lim, WCC Pacific

Sarah Reesman, Missouri  Central

Nona Richardson UC Davis  West

Diane Turnham, Middle Tennessee State  South

Barbara Walker, Wake Forest  East

Top 25 scores 10-28 complete

October 28th, 2011
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Sorry, I may not be able to update the Pac-12 matches tonight. still having problems with the internet

but the pumpkin spice latte is very warming

#1 Nebraska def. #23 Ohio State 3-1
#2 California (H) lost  to. #6 UCLA 3-1
#3 Illinois (H) def. Wisconsin 3-1
#4 USC loses at. #5 Stanford 0-3
#8 Penn State (H) def. Iowa 3-1
#9 Texas (H) def.. #14 Iowa State 3-0
#10 Washington (H)def.  Arizona State 3-2
#11 Purdue def. #22 Michigan 3-2
#12 Northern Iowa def. Missouri State 3-2
#13 Florida lost to #20 Tennessee 1-3
#15 Minnesota lost to Northwestern 0-3
#16 Oregon (H) lost.. Utah tied 2-3
#19 Florida State (H) def. Virginia Tech 3-0
#24 Kentucky (H) def. South Carolina 3-0

Danielson named WAC POW 9-26

September 26th, 2011
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Nice to see the WAC is recognizing Hawaii more this season.

Danielson named the player of the week today, 10th time in her career and second time this season.

She has 10 double-doubles so far.

Yoshikawa makes WCWS all-tournament team

June 8th, 2010
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Hawaii senior Traci Yoshikawa was named to the Women’s College World Series all-tournament team today.
The Rainbow Wahine second baseman hit a two-run homer in the seventh inning of UH’s 3-2 win over Missouri to open the WCWS last Thursday. She also hit a solo homer in a 5-1 loss to Arizona to close the season on Saturday.
UCLA captured the WCWS title today with a 15-9 win over Arizona to win the best-of-three championship series. UCLA’s Megan Langenfeld was named the WCWS Most Outstanding Player.