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  • 2019 NCAA Softball Championship

    The National Seeds, all of which host a double-elimination Regional, and the placement of the AAC teams:

    #1 - Oklahoma

    #2 - UCLA

    #3 - Washington

    #4 - Florida State - They are the defending National Champions.
    USF is #3 in this pod and has the auto-bid for the AAC. They play South Carolina in their opening game. USF lost to the Gamecocks in very early March, but Corrick did not pitch in the game. The RPI for the Bulls is 31.

    #5 - Florida

    #6 - Arizona

    #7 - Minnesota

    #8 - Alabama

    #9 - Texas
    Houston is also a #3 in this pod. They had an RPI of 39 going into the week. They play Texas A&M in their first game. The Cougars have a mid-week win over the Aggies in late February. They lost to the Longhorns in mid-April and beat Sam Houston State, the other team in the Austin Regional, twice.

    #10 - LSU

    #11 - Ole Miss
    Brittany Finney, a Carroll grad, is a P/1B for the Rebels.

    #12 - Tennessee

    #13 - Oklahoma State
    Tulsa is the #3 seed in this pod. Their RPI was 24, the best in the AAC. The play Arkansas in their first game and defeated the Razorbacks in a mid-March, mid-week game. The Golden Hurricane also split with the Cowgirls in a home-and-home series.

    #14 - Kentucky

    #15 - Michigan

    #16 - Northwestern


    The number of National Seeds from each conference are:

    6 - SEC (All thirteen of the SEC teams that play softball are in the Tournament.)
    3 - Big 12
    3 - Pac 12
    3 - Big 10
    1 - ACC

    The Regionals start on Thursday or Friday.
    Last edited by flyingMoose; 1 week ago.

  • #2
    Go USF, Go Tulsa and Go Houston!

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    • #3
      Since BYU is at the Stillwater Regional, it will start on Thursday while all of the other Regionals start Friday. The first game of the Stillwater Regional is Arkansas v Tulsa. It has a 5pm CT start and is followed by Oklahoma State v BYU. Both of the games can be seen on ESPN3.

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      • #4
        Stillwater Regional

        Tulsa 5-0 Arkansas

        With a scoreless game heading into the seventh, the Hog's defense fell apart (three errors) and then the Hurricane had four consecutive singles, all part of five runs. Freshman Chenise Delce, the Rookie of the Year in the AAC, threw a five-hit shutout.


        BYU 1-3 Oklahoma State

        The Cowgirls received four walks in the first two innings and three of them scored. Samantha Show pitched a three-hitter for the win.


        Tulsa and Oklahoma State play the first game of three in this Regional tomorrow before two elimination games.
        Last edited by flyingMoose; 1 week ago.

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        • #5
          Tulsa lost to Okie State 10-13 in a slugfest but came back later to eliminate BYU 6-4.

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          • #6
            AAC is 4-1 so far.

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            • flyingMoose
              flyingMoose commented
              Editing a comment
              In addition to the results from Stillwater, USF defeated South Carolina 3-2 at the Tallahassee Regional, and Houston defeated Texas A&M 3-1 at the Austin Regional.

            • 1972Shocker
              1972Shocker commented
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              Yep. Good showing for the AAC.

          • #7
            All of the National Seeds except #15 Michigan advanced to the Super Regionals. James Madison won two games today to oust the Wolverines.

            Supers are listed below with those winning an If game marked with asterisk. Eight of the Regionals required an If game.

            16 Northwestern* at 1 Oklahoma*
            9 Texas* at 8 Alabama
            Texas beat Houston twice on Sunday.

            12 Tennessee* at 5 Florida
            13 Oklahoma State at 4 Florida State
            The Cowgirls beat Tulsa to win their Regional. USF was part of the Tallahassee Regional.

            14 Kentucky at 3 Washington
            11 Ole Miss* at 6 Arizona

            10 LSU* at 7 Minnesota
            James Madison* at 2 UCLA*

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