Saturday, May 24, 2008

END-OF-THE-DAY UPDATE

As shown in the following chart, a fifth team has now made it to Oklahoma City for the Women's College World Series, namely two-time defending champion Arizona. In the two series that opened this evening, UCLA and Texas A&M scored easy wins to take 1-0 leads over their respective opponents.



MID-DAY UPDATE

Four teams have "punched their ticket" for the NCAA Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City, thus far today. These results can be seen at a glance in the chart below...


As I write, a decisive third game in the super-regional between Arizona and Oklahoma is going on. It's 2-1 Wildcats after four (with UA the visitors in this game, via coin flip).

Michigan took the opener of its series against Virginia Tech, with the next game (or two, if necessary) to be held tomorrow.

Finally, the UCLA-Georgia and Texas A&M-Stanford series begin tonight.