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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – In the second-to-last national polls of the 2019 season, Alabama softball is ranked No. 4 in the ESPN.com/USA Softball top-25 and No. 5 on the USA Today/NFCA list.

The Crimson Tide, who earned a No. 8 seed in the NCAA Tournament, is ranked in the top five in both polls for the third-straight week. Alabama, the SEC regular-season champion, is the highest-ranked league team in both polls, joined in the top 10 by Florida (8/7) and LSU (10/13). In total, 10 SEC programs are represented in both top-25 polls with Mississippi State and Missouri receiving votes in the USA Softball poll.

This week, Alabama hosts its 15th-consecutive NCAA Regional round, welcoming Arizona State, Lipscomb and Alabama State to Rhoads Stadium. The Sun Devils and Lady Bisons kick things off Friday, May 17 at 3 p.m. CT followed by the Tide and the Lady Hornets at 5:30 p.m. CT on ESPNU.

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Rhoads Stadium played host to the 2019 NCAA Tuscaloosa Softball Regional media and practice day Thursday afternoon, with Alabama, Arizona State, Alabama State and Lipscomb going through practice sessions as well as press conferences.

NCAA Regional action at Rhoads Stadium begins Friday, May 17 at 3 p.m. CT with Arizona State facing Lipscomb, followed by Alabama vs. Alabama State at 5:30 p.m. CT on ESPNU. Tickets are available through the Alabama Ticket Office (205.348.2262) and via RollTide.com.

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THIS WEEK: NCAA TUSCALOOSA REGIONAL
Tuscaloosa, Ala. – Rhoads Stadium
Friday, May 17

  • Lipscomb (41-13-1) vs. Arizona State (33-18) – 3 p.m. CT
  • Alabama State (24-23) vs. Alabama (52-7) – 5:30 p.m. CT ESPNU
Saturday, May 18

  • Game 1 Winner vs. Game 2 Winner – 1 p.m. CT
  • Game 1 Loser vs. Game 2 Loser – 3:30 p.m. CT
  • Game 4 Winner vs. Game 3 Loser – 6 p.m. CT
Sunday, May 19

  • Game 3 Winner vs. Game 5 Winner – 1 p.m. CT
  • If Necessary Game 6 Winner vs. Game 6 Loser – 3:30 p.m. CT
SCOUTING ALABAMA

  • Alabama is 52-7 entering this week's NCAA Regional round, having earned its sixth SEC regular-season title before finishing runner-up at the SEC Tournament
  • This year marks the Crimson Tide's 21st-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and its 15th-straight as a top-16 national seed, earning a No. 8 spot this season
  • Alabama is No. 4 in the ESPN.com/USA Softball top-25 polls, No. 5 in the USA Today/NFCA rankings and No. 8 in the RPI
  • The Tide placed a program-best six athletes on the NFCA All-Region team, its highest total since 2012 and tied for the most in program history
  • In addition to five All-SEC accolades, two Freshman All-SEC and two SEC All-Defensive honors, junior Sarah Cornell was named the league's Pitcher of the Year, Montana Fouts the Freshman of the Year and Patrick Murphythe Coach of the Year
ALABAMA IN REGIONAL PLAY

  • Alabama has made 21-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, a streak that started in head coach Patrick Murphy's first season at the helm in 1999
  • The Tide has hosted a regional every year since 2005 and has won 14-straight, the longest active streak in D1 softball
  • Alabama is 56-9 (.862) in regional play, including a 49-3 (.942) mark at home
  • The Tide has not lost a game in the regional round since the opening game of the 2007 weekend, a streak of 37-straight
  • Only seven other D1 softball teams besides Alabama own an active NCAA Tournament appearance streak of at least 21 years: Arizona (33), Oklahoma (26), Washington (26), Michigan (24), UCLA (21), Louisiana (21) and Notre Dame (21)
ALL-TIME VS. THE OPPONENTS
Overall vs. Arizona State: Alabama leads 6-4

  • In Tuscaloosa: 1-0 | In Tempe: 2-0 | At Neutral Sites: 3-4
  • Current Streak: Alabama +2
  • Last Meeting: June 1, 2012 - Oklahoma City - W, 2-1 WCWS
  • Last Meeting in Tuscaloosa: May 21, 2005 - W, 3-1 NCAA Regional
Overall vs. Lipscomb: Alabama leads 7-1

  • In Tuscaloosa: 5-0 | In Nashville: 0-1 | At Neutral Sites: 2-0
  • Current Streak: Alabama +5
  • Last Meeting: April 5, 2017 - Florence, Ala. - W, 5-0
  • Last Meeting in Tuscaloosa: Feb. 22, 2015 - W, 6-1
Overall vs. Alabama State: Alabama leads 1-0

  • In Tuscaloosa: 1-0 | In Montgomery: 0-0 | At Neutral Sites: 0-0
  • Current Streak: Alabama +1
  • Last Meeting: March 17, 2004 - Tuscaloosa, Ala. - W, 10-0 (5)
LAST TIME OUT: ALABAMA WINS TWO IN SEC TOURNAMENT, FALLS IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

  • Alabama defeated Georgia and Kentucky in the 2019 SEC Softball Tournament in College Station, Texas before falling to Florida in the championship game
  • It was the Crimson Tide's eighth appearance in the SEC Tournament championship game and its first since 2012
  • A solo home run from freshman Skylar Wallace in the bottom of the eighth gave Alabama the walk-off win over Georgia in the opening game, the fourth walk-off win this year for the Tide and its second against the Bulldogs
  • Wallace was one of three Tide players to earn SEC All-Tournament honors, joined by sophomore KB Sides and freshman Montana Fouts
ALABAMA PLACES PROGRAM-BEST SIX ON NFCA ALL-REGION TEAM

  • The National Fastpitch Coaches Association announced its 2019 Division-I All-Region honorees Thursday and Alabama placed a program-best six across the South Region's three teams
  • Freshman Montana Fouts, junior Sarah Cornell and sophomore Kaylee Tow earned First Team All-Region distinction, with junior Elissa Brown and sophomore Bailey Hemphill earning second team honors and freshman Skylar Wallace placing on the third team
  • The six honorees are the most for the Crimson Tide since 2012, and tied for the program's largest total in a single season
  • Alabama has placed at least two on the list every year since its inaugural 1997 season and has earned a total of 101 awards in 23 years
  • The honor is the first for Fouts and Wallace and the second for Tow, Brown and Hemphill. Cornell previously earned First Team All-Northeast Region in 2017 and 2018 at Hofstra???????
ALABAMA RAKES IN POSTSEASON SEC AWARDS

  • In addition to five All-SEC accolades, two Freshman All-SEC and two SEC All-Defensive honors, junior Sarah Cornell was named the Pitcher of the Year, Montana Fouts was Freshman of the Year and Patrick Murphy was Coach of the Year
  • Cornell's Pitcher of the Year award is the sixth in UA history, the first since Jaclyn Traina in 2014
  • Fouts is the Tide's ninth Freshman of the Year and the first since Alexis Osorio in 2015
  • This year marks UA head coach Patrick Murphy's fifth Coach of the Year award, previously winning in 2006, 2010, 2012 and 2014
  • Cornell and Fouts also claimed First Team All-SEC honors alongside junior Bailey Hemphill, who won second-team accolades last season
  • Sophomore Maddie Morgan and junior Elissa Brown represented the Crimson Tide on the SEC's second team, the first career honor for Morgan and second for Brown
  • This year's slate brings Alabama's total to 102 All-SEC honorees, and its five this season are the most since placing eight on the list in 2012
  • Fouts and fellow freshman Skylar Wallace were selected to the Freshman All-SEC team and Cornell and Brown also earned spots on the SEC All-Defensive team
  • Alabama has had at least one player on the SEC All-Freshman list every year since 2015 and has totaled 22
ALABAMA AMONG THE NATIONAL LEADERS

  • The Tide leads the SEC and ranks fifth nationally with 132 stolen bases
  • Alabama paces the conference and is ninth in the country with 75 home runs over 59 games, averaging 1.27 per contest
  • The Tide is first in the SEC and eighth nationally with 369 runs scored
  • Alabama's 52 wins is the most in the nation, with Florida State (51) and Louisiana (50) as the only other 50-win teams
  • Junior Bailey Hemphill is third on the NCAA leaderboards with 22 home runs and fourth with 69 RBIs
  • Sophomore Kaylee Tow is third in NCAA D1 softball with 61 walks
  • Junior Elissa Brown's 42 stolen bases is fifth nationally and only three behind LSU's Aliyah Andrews for the SEC lead
  • Freshman Montana Fouts leads the SEC and is eighth among all Division-I pitchers with a 1.07 ERA, while junior Krystal Goodman is right behind her at ninth (1.10). Oklahoma and UCLA are the only other schools with more than one pitcher ranked in the top-20
HOME SWEET HOME

  • Alabama is 23-3 at home this season, sporting its highest home winning percentage (.885) since 2014 when the Tide went 28-3 (.903)
  • Tide hitters have outscored the opponents 149-63 this season at Rhoads Stadium
  • 32 of the team's 75 home runs have come at Rhoads Stadium, paced by 10 from junior Bailey Hemphill
  • Tide pitching owns a 1.88 ERA this season at home, holding the opponent to two or fewer runs in 18 of the 26 games played
HEMPHILL REACHED BASE STREAK AMONG ALABAMA'S BEST
Bailey Hemphill has reached base safely in 31-straight games, which stands as one of the longest streaks in program history:

Longest Reached Base Streaks at Alabama

  1. Kelly Kretschman - 1998 - 49
  2. Jordan Praytor - 2006 - 35
  3. Haylie McCleney - 2016 - 34
  4. Kayla Braud - 2011 - 33
  5. Jackie McClain - 2004 - 31
  6. Bailey Hemphill - 2019 - 31
TIDE PLACES THREE ON ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT TEAM

  • Senior Reagan Dykes, junior Bailey Hemphill and sophomore Kaylee Tow earned 2019 CoSIDA Academic All-District distinction
  • The CoSIDA Academic All-District distinction is the second-straight for Hemphill and the first for Dykes and Tow
  • The slate increases Alabama's all-time total to 48 accolades, including multiple honorees in each of the last four seasons
  • With their selection, the trio advance to the national ballot for Academic All-America voting
REAGAN DYKES MATCHES UA CAUGHT STEALING RECORD

  • With two runners caught stealing over the Kentucky series, Reagan Dykes is now tied with Kendall Dawson (2009-12) for the career school record at 44
  • Dykes' 16 runners caught stealing last year was one off the single-season school record of 17 set by Dawson in 2011
  • Dykes, Dawson and Lacy Prejean (2000-03) are the only three catchers in school history with at least 16 runners caught stealing in a season
HEMPHILL SLUGGING TOWARDS UA SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

  • Bailey Hemphill's 22 home runs is tied for 2nd all-time at Alabama, matching Kaila Hunt's total from her 2012 sophomore season
  • Kelly Kretschman holds the UA and SEC single-season record at 25, which has stood since 1998
  • Hemphill's 69 RBIs is tied for 5th all-time at UA, the most since Marisa Runyon set the single-season record in 2015 with 80
  • Only three Tide players have surpassed 70 RBIs in a season: Marisa Runyon (80 - 2015), Kaila Hunt (77 - 2012) and Charlotte Morgan twice (79 - 2008, 74 - 2010)
ELISSA BROWN PASSES 100 CAREER STOLEN BASES

  • In the first inning of game three against Kentucky on April 28, junior Elissa Brown stole her 100th career base, becoming the seventh player in program history to do so and the first since Haylie McCleney (2013-16)
  • Of the six to reach the milestone before her, Brittany Rogers (2006-09), Kayla Braud (2010-13) and Kelly Kretschman (1998-01) were the only ones to reach 100 stolen bases before the end of their junior season
  • She now has 103 stolen bases, good for sixth on the UA career record list and 15 shy of Haylie McCleney's (2013-16) fifth-place total
  • So far this season, Brown is 42-for-46 in stolen bases
TOW WALKING UP THE LEADERBOARDS

  • Sophomore Kaylee Tow is the third nationally with 61 walks, putting her within reach of the UA and SEC single-season records
  • Her 61 walks is currently tied with Haylie McCleney (2015) for second and is five away from Cassie Reilly-Boccia's (2010) record of 66
  • Reilly-Boccia's mark is the fifth-highest in SEC single-season history, with Arkansas' Devon Wallace (2013) leading the way with 79
  • Three of the top-five marks in SEC history have come in the last four years, including Auburn's Kasey Cooper (71 - 2016), Florida's Amanda Lorenz (70 - 2018) and Florida's Kayli Kvistad (67 - 2017)
SOFTBALL HEADS INTO NCAA TOURNAMENT WITH TOP-FIVE RANKING IN PENULTIMATE NATIONAL POLLS (MAY 14)

  • In the second-to-last national polls of the 2019 season, Alabama softball is ranked No. 4 in the ESPN.com/USA Softball top-25 and No. 5 on the USA Today/NFCA list
  • The Crimson Tide, who earned a No. 8 seed in the NCAA Tournament, is ranked in the top five in both polls for the third-straight week
  • Alabama, the SEC regular-season champion, is the highest-ranked league team in both polls, joined in the top 10 by Florida (8/7) and LSU (10/13)
  • In total, 10 SEC programs are represented in both top-25 polls with Mississippi State and Missouri receiving votes in the USA Softball poll
MONTANA FOUTS TOP-10 FINALIST FOR SCHUTT SPORTS/NFCA FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

  • After being selected to the initial top-25 list earlier this season, Fouts made the most-recent cut to 10 finalists for the award
  • She is one of five pitchers on the list and one of just two athletes from the Southeastern Conference, joined by Tennessee pitcher Ashley Rogers
  • The list will be further trimmed to three finalists on May 21, with the winner announced during the Women's College World Series banquet in Oklahoma City on May 28
UP NEXT
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The winner of the Tuscaloosa Regional will advance to the Super Regional round, matching up against the winner of the Austin Regional featuring No. 9-seed Texas, Texas A&M, Houston and Sam Houston State.
 

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Up 3 - 1 after the 1st. Left the bases loaded though.
 

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This is the first time I've had a chance to see Goodman pitch. Nothing fancy here. She just fires one pitch after another. After she gave up the sac fly in the 1st, she's settled down and been dominant. Great move by Coach Murphy to change his rotation for this regional.

Going into the bottom of the 3rd, Bama's up 5 - 1.
 

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8-2 BAMA....

was hoping to see that killer instinct kick in when they had the chances to end it early .

But on a bright spot for me is the lady’s base running , all year long has been a pleasure to watch . Very aggressive..
 

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama won its opening game at the Tuscaloosa Regional Friday night over Alabama State, 8-2, to advance to the winner's bracket.

The win marked Alabama's (53-7) 38th-straight in NCAA Regional play, a streak stretching back to 2007. Alabama State (24-24) took the first lead of the day with a run in the top of the first before the Crimson Tide responded with eight unanswered, including a three-run home run from sophomore Kaylee Tow. The Lady Hornets scratched a run across in the top of the seventh but it was too little, too late as Alabama held on to win by six.

Junior Elissa Brown set the tone at the leadoff spot, going 2-for-2 with a walk, two stolen bases and three runs scored. Sophomore KB Sides also notched a pair of runs and scored three times batting behind Brown and Tow's home run was part of a 2-for-4 day in the four-hole. Junior Bailey Hemphill, batting cleanup, drew a walk to extend her reached-base streak to 32 games, the fifth-longest in UA history. In the circle, junior Krystal Goodman (11-0) earned the win to remain undefeated, throwing 5.2 innings with senior Courtney Gettins tossing 1.1 relief innings behind her.

"Credit Alabama State for hanging in there," UA head coach Patrick Murphy said. "After the first inning I think Krystal pitched much better with a little more velocity and better placement. Not a lot of people pitch to Bailey, so we were hoping that the first three in the order would get good pitches. Elissa was awesome, her spot in the lineup was on all four times. KB had three runs and Tow had the home run. I said before the game that she looked like the old Tow in batting practice this week, hitting shots between the scoreboard and the flag pole which is her wheelhouse."

Alabama State strung together three-straight singles to load the bases with one out in the top of the first, forcing an early meeting in the circle for Alabama. A fly ball to right allowed the runner at third to tag up and score on the sacrifice fly before a 4-3 groundout ended the half-inning and limited the damage to one run. Alabama also loaded the bases with one out in its half of the inning, with back-to-back singles from seniors Merris Schroder and Reagan Dykes giving the Tide the 2-1 lead. An RBI groundout tacked on another and put two in scoring position with two out before a walk loaded the bases yet again, but a groundout prevented Alabama from increasing its lead past 3-1.

Brown led off the second inning with a walk and stole second, Sides drilled a double off the left-field wall to bring her home and make it a 4-1 game. Some heads-up baserunning from Sides on a check-swing groundout allowed her to score all the way from second and make it 5-1.

Brown chopped an infield single to lead off the bottom of the first and then hustled all the way to third on a hit-and-run off the bat of Sides, who then stole second in the next at-bat to put two in scoring position with nobody out. Tow blasted a three-run home run over the left field wall to swell the lead to 8-1.

For the second-straight inning, the Lady Hornets got a runner on third base following a one-out double and a fielding error. After a groundout for out number two, the runner broke for home but a quick throw from Hemphill at first a good swipe tag from Dykes at the plate caught her to cap the inning-ending 5-3-2 double play.

Freshman Skylar Wallace dropped a two-out single into left field in the bottom of the fifth, standing at first as the potential game-ending run. After stealing second on the first pitch of the next at-bat, junior Taylor Clark stepped in as the pinch-hitter. She drew the walk to put two on base and Brown re-entered to run at first but a popup ended the inning as it remained a seven-run game heading to the sixth.

Alabama loaded the bases with one out in the sixth, putting the potential game-ending run 60 feet away, but back-to-back popups ended the inning and sent it to the seventh. Despite loading the bases in the top of the seventh and scoring a run, the deficit proved too large for Alabama State to overcome as the Tide held on to win, 8-2.

With the win, Alabama advances into the winner's bracket and will face Arizona State Saturday, May 18 at 1 p.m. CT.

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2019 NCAA Softball Tournament: Schedule, scores
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REGIONALS
DATES/SITES/PAIRINGS:
*Indicates Host Institution
All times ET
Norman Regional – May 17-19 at Norman, Oklahoma
Game 1: Wisconsin 4, Notre Dame 2 | Box score
Game 2: No. 1 seed Oklahoma 12, UMBC 0 | Box score
Game 3: Wisconsin vs. Oklahoma | 4 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Notre Dame vs. UMBC | 6:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 9 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 2 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 4:30 p.m. Sunday
Evanston Regional – May 17-19 at Evanston, Illinois
Game 1: Louisville 9, Southern Illinois 5 | Box score
Game 2: No. 16 Northwestern 15, Detroit Mercy 1 | Box score
Game 3: Louisville vs. Northwestern| 2 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Southern Illinois vs. Detroit Mercy | 4:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 7 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 2 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 4:30 p.m. Sunday
Austin Regional – May 17-19 at Austin, Texas
Game 1: Houston 3, Texas A&M 1 | Box score
Game 2: Sam Houston State 2, No. 9 Texas 1 | Box score
Game 3: Houston vs. Sam Houston State | 2 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Texas A&M vs. Texas | 4:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 7 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 4:30 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 7 p.m. Sunday
Tuscaloosa Regional – May 17-19 at Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Game 1: Arizona State 4, Lipscomb 3 | Box score
Game 2: No. 8 seed Alabama 8, Alabama State 2 | Box score
Game 3: Arizona State vs. Alabama | 2 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Lipscomb vs. Alabama State | 4:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 7 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 2 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 4:30 p.m. Sunday
Gainesville Regional – May 17-19 at Gainesville, Florida
Game 1: Boise State 9, Stanford 1 | Box scores
Game 2: No. 5 seed Florida 3, Boston U 0 | Box score
Game 3: Boise State vs. Florida | 2 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Stanford vs. Boston | 4:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 7 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 12 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 2:30 p.m. Sunday
Knoxville Regional – May 17-19 at Knoxville, Tennessee
Game 1: Ohio State 1, North Carolina 0 | Box score
Game 2: No. 12 seed Tennessee 8, Longwood 0 | Box score
Game 3: Ohio State vs. Tennessee | 12 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: North Carolina vs. Longwood | 2:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 5 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 12 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 2:30 p.m. Sunday
Stillwater Regional – May 16-18 at Stillwater, Oklahoma
Game 1: Tulsa 5, Arkansas 0 | Box score
Game 2: No. 13 seed Oklahoma State 3, BYU 1 | Box Score
Game 3: Oklahoma State 13, Tulsa 10 | Box score
Game 4: BYU 6, Arkansas 3 | Box score
Game 5: Tulsa 6, BYU 4 | Box score
Game 6: Oklahoma State vs. Tulsa | 4 p.m. Saturday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 6:30 p.m. Saturday
Tallahassee Regional – May 17-19 at Tallahassee, Florida
Game 1: South Florida 3, South Carolina 2 | Box score
Game 2: No. 4 seed Florida State 8, Bethune-Cookman 0 | Box score
Game 3: South Florida vs. Florida State | 12 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: South Carolina vs. Bethune-Cookman | 2:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 5 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 12 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 2:30 p.m. Sunday
Seattle Regional – May 17-19 at Seattle, Washington
Game 1: Mississippi State 5, Seattle U. 3 | Box score
Game 2: No. 3 seed Washington 2, Fordham 0 | Box score
Game 3: Mississippi State vs. Washington| 6 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Seattle vs. Fordham | 8:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 11 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 9 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Lexington Regional – May 17-19 at Lexington, Kentucky
Game 1: Virginia Tech 6, Illinois 2 | Box score
Game 2: No. 14 seed Kentucky 7, Toledo 2 | Box score
Game 3: Virginia Tech vs. Kentucky | 12 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Illinois vs. Toledo | 2:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 5 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 12 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 2:30 p.m. Sunday
Oxford Regional – May 17-19 at Oxford, Mississippi
Game 1: Louisiana 3, Southeast Missouri State 2 | Box score
Game 2: No. 11 seed Ole Miss 12, Chattanooga 0 | Box score
Game 3: Louisiana vs. Ole Miss | 1 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Southeast Missouri State vs. Chattanooga | 3:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 6 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 3 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 5:30 p.m. Sunday
Tucson Regional – May 17-19 at Tucson, Arizona
Game 1: Auburn 10, Colorado State 5 | Box score
Game 2: No. 6 seed Arizona 5, Harvard 1 | Box score
Game 3: Auburn vs. Arizona | 6 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Colorado State vs. Harvard | 8:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 11 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 7 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 9:30 p.m. Sunday
Minneapolis Regional – May 17-19 at Minneapolis, Minnesota
Game 1: Georgia 6, Drake 4 (8)| Box score
Game 2: No. 7 seed Minnesota 3, North Dakota State 0 | Box score
Game 3: Georgia vs. Minnesota | 4 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Drake vs. North Dakota State | 6:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 9 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 4 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 6:30 p.m. Sunday
Baton Rouge Regional – May 17-19 at Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Game 1: Texas Tech 3, Louisiana Tech 0 | Box score
Game 2: No. 10 seed LSU 2, Monmouth 0| Box score
Game 3: Texas Tech vs. LSU | 2 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Louisiana Tech vs. Monmouth | 4:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 7 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 4 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 6:30 p.m. Sunday
Ann Arbor Regional – May 17-19 at Ann Arbor, Michigan
Game 1: James Madison 5, vs. DePaul 2 | Box score
Game 2: No. 15 seed Michigan 8, Saint Francis (PA) 0 | Box score
Game 3: James Madison vs. Michigan | 12 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: DePaul vs. Saint Francis (PA) | 2:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 5 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 4 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 6:30 p.m. Sunday
Los Angeles Regional – May 17-19 at Los Angeles, California
Game 1: Missouri 7, Cal State Fullerton 4| Box score
Game 2: No. 2 seed UCLA 6, Weber State 0 | Box score
Game 3: Missouri vs. UCLA | 6 p.m. Saturday
Game 4: Cal State Fullerton vs. Weber State | 8:30 p.m. Saturday
Game 5: Game 3 loser vs. Game 4 winner | 11 p.m. Saturday
Game 6: Game 3 winner vs. Game 5 winner | 5 p.m. Sunday
Game 7 (if necessary): Game 6 winner vs. Game 6 loser | 7:30 p.m. Sunday
RANKINGS: USA Today/NFCA top 25 | Softball America | RPI

 

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Texas lost to Sam Houston State. Will play aTm in loser's bracket.
 

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Texas lost to Sam Houston State. Will play aTm in loser's bracket.
⬆⬆ Only seeded team to lose. TX is in the top half of Bama's bracket. The winner of that regional would (assuming Bama wins Tuscaloosa regional) travel to Tuscaloosa for Supers.
 

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⬆⬆ Only seeded team to lose. TX is in the top half of Bama's bracket. The winner of that regional would (assuming Bama wins Tuscaloosa regional) travel to Tuscaloosa for Supers.
That appears to be a good matchup sign for us in the Super Regionals.
 

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Playing Arizona St is going to be tough. Bama better be able to get on base and then score. They can’t leave bases loaded again and again.
 

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They can’t leave bases loaded again and again.
I certainly didn't care to see a slapper in that run...good coaching call on the pinch-hit.
 

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