With the win, the Wildcats (42-12-1) advance to the super regional round and will play Cal State Fullerton next weekend. While the NCAA has announced that the two squads will play at
The Wildcats won their third regional game in as many days thanks to a Taryne Mowatt one-hitter in the circle and a balanced offensive attack that pounded out 10 hits in the game.
Caitlin Lowe and K’Lee Arredondo led the
Mowatt (34-10) out-dueled Pacific’s Alyce Jorgensen (8-6), as the Wildcat ace gave up one hit and three walks over seven innings of scoreless work. Mowatt struck out seven Tiger hitters. Meanwhile, Jorgensen pitched four innings and surrendered five runs on six hits and four walks.
In the top of the fourth, Jorgensen tried to help her own cause by breaking up Mowatt’s no-hitter with a leadoff single to center, but the next three Tigers went down and left their only base runner to reach via hit stranded at first.
In UA’s half of the fourth, Arredondo drew a leadoff walk and moved to second on an Adrienne Acton infield single. Following a Caitlin Lowe sacrifice bunt, Chelsie Mesa laced a two-run double down the right field line to double
The next inning, Laine Roth led off with her first home run of 2007 ?- a solo shot to left field, before Arredondo got things going yet again. She drew a one-out walk and moved to second on an
- Caitlin Lowe stole two bases, giving her 49 SB on the season and 156 in her career. The 49 steals ties her with Vivian Holm for second place on the
- Taryne Mowatt improved to 34-10 on the year, which ties her for sixth place on UA’s all-time list for victories in a season. Additionally, with 63 career wins, Mowatt now holds the eighth most pitching victories in school history.
- Taryne Mowatt pitched 19 scoreless innings and three complete-game shutouts this weekend. The
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