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2012 WAC Softball Tournament
Wednesday, May 9
Game 1 - #4 San Jose State 9, #5 Nevada 6
Post-Game Video: SJSU | NEV
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Game 2 - #6 LA Tech 17, #3 Fresno State 7 (6)
Dacia Hale's Three Home Runs
Post-Game Video: LATECH | FS
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Thursday, May 10
Game 3 - #1 Hawai'i 5, #4 San Jose State 1
Post-Game Video: UH | SJSU
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Game 4 - #2 BYU 6, #6 Louisiana Tech 1
Post-Game Video: BYU | LATECH
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Game 5 - #3 Fresno St. 4, #4 San Jose St. 3 (8) (San Jose State eliminated) Post-Game Video: FS
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Friday, May 11
Game 6 - #6 Louisiana Tech 6, #5 Nevada 5
(Nevada eliminated) Post-Game Video: LATECH
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Game 7 - #2 Brigham Young 6, #1 Hawai'i 4
Post-Game Video: BYU | UH
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Game 8 - #3 Fresno State 11, #6 LA Tech 2 (5)
(Louisiana Tech eliminated)
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Game 9 - #3 Fresno State 9, #1 Hawai'i 7
Post-Game Video: FS (Hawai'i eliminated)
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Saturday, May 12
Game 10 - #2 BYU 8, #3 Fresno State 3
All-Tournament Team/Trophy Presentation
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(Photos by Greg Owens)

2012 WAC Tournament Bracket
WAC Softball Tournament Notes
2012 All-WAC Teams

Championship Day
Brigham Young 8, Fresno State 3
The Cougars defeated the Bulldogs 8-3 to earn their first-ever WAC Tournament title Saturday. Stacie Toney was named tournament MVP after hitting .545 with a stolen base and two RBI over the three games.

All-Tournament Team
Tori Almond, Brigham Young
Dacia Hale, Louisiana Tech
Jessica Iwata, Hawai‘i
Meghan Knowles, Louisiana Tech
Lauren Lastrapes, Nevada
Kelly Majam, Hawai‘i
Vonnie Martin, Fresno State
Michelle Moses, Fresno State
Amanda Pridmore, San Jose State
Stacie Toney, Brigham Young (MVP)
Delaney Willard, Brigham Young

Day 3
Louisiana Tech 6, Nevada 6 (Nevada eliminated)
Katelyn Hill and Janna Frandrup both hit home runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to give Louisiana Tech a 6-5 win over Nevada in a must-win game Friday. Frandrup also earned the win in the circle.

Brigham Young 6, Hawai'i 4
After Hawai'i scored three runs in the top of the first inning, the Cougars plated six runs in the bottom of the inning and went on to win 6-4, defeating the top-seeded Rainbow Wahine. Tori Almond earned the win in the circle, striking out six over 3.2 innings.

Fresno State 11, Louisiana Tech 2 (5) (Louisiana Tech eliminated)
Fresno State had a season-high 14 hits as it eliminated Louisiana Tech from the WAC Tournament with an 11-2 five-inning win in head coach Margie Wright's 2,000th career game. Andrea Ortega tied her career-high with four RBI, while Michelle Moses picked up the win in the circle to improve to 23-14.

Fresno State 9, Hawai'i 7
(Hawai'i eliminated)
After trailing 6-0, Fresno State plated nine unanswered runs to eliminate top-seeded Hawai'i from the tournament. Michelle Moses was 2-for-4 with three RBI, while Mackenzie Oakes earned the win in the circle to improve to 11-6 on the year.

Day 2
Louisiana Tech 17, Fresno State 7 (6)
No. 6-seed Louisiana Tech defeated third-seeded Fresno State 17-7 in six innings in the second game of the tournament. Louisiana Tech's Dacia Hale tied the NCAA single-game record with 11 RBI in the game as she was 3-for-4 with three home runs. She also set the WAC Tournament record for most RBI by a player throughout an entire WAC Tournament.

Hawai'i 5, San Jose State 1
Top-seeded Hawai'i defeated San Jose State 5-1 in the second game of the day Thursday. WAC Pitcher of the Year Stephanie Ricketts fired her 30th complete game of the season, giving up one run on three hits.

Brigham Young 6, Louisiana Tech 1
Delaney Willard drove in four of the Cougars' six runs as Brigham Young defeated Louisiana Tech 6-1 Thursday. Hannah Howell earned the win, her 19th of the season, striking out seven over 6.0 innings.

Fresno State 4, San Jose State 3 (8) (San Jose State eliminated)
Vonnie Martin hit two solo home runs, including one to lead off the eighth inning and give Fresno State a 4-3, extra-inning victory over San Jose State. Michelle Moses threw a complete game in the circle to pick up her 22nd win of the season. She fanned six batters, including the last two in the bottom of the eighth to close out the game.

Day 1
San Jose State 9, Nevada 6
San Jose State hit a school record five home runs and Amanda Pridmore struck out a career-high 13 batters as the fourth-seeded Spartans defeated No. 5-seed Nevada 9-6 in the first game of the tournament.
Softball
WAC
Overall
Bakersfield
0-0
0-0
Grand Canyon
0-0
0-0
Missouri-Kansas City
0-0
0-0
New Mexico State
0-0
0-0
Seattle U
0-0
0-0
Utah Valley
0-0
0-0
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CSU Bakersfield -
Grand Canyon -
UMKC -
New Mexico State -
Seattle U -
Utah Valley -