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2010 WAC Softball Tournament Schedule
Wednesday, May 12
Game 1 - #5 San Jose State 6, #4 Louisiana Tech 5
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Game 2 - #3 Boise State 9, #6 New Mexico State 8
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Thursday, May 13
Game 3 - #1 Hawai‘i 16, #5 San Jose State 8
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Game 4 - #2 Fresno State 5, #3 Boise State 4
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Game 5 - #5 San Jose State 9, #6 New Mexico State 8
(New Mexico State eliminated)
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Game 6 - #3 Boise State 8, #4 Louisiana Tech 2
(Louisiana Tech eliminated)
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Friday, May 8
Game 7 - #1 Hawai‘i 16, #2 Fresno State 1
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Game 8 -#3 Boise State 6, #5 San Jose State 5 (8)
(San Jose State eliminated)
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Game 9 - #2 Fresno State 6, #3 Boise State 5
(Boise State eliminated)
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Saturday, May 9
Game 10 - #2 Fresno State 4, #1 Hawai‘i 3
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Game 11 - #1 Hawai‘i 14, #2 Fresno State 3
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(Photos by Tim Barnett-Queen)

2010 WAC Tournament Bracket
WAC Softball Tournament Notes
2010 All-WAC Teams

Championship Day
Fresno State 4, Hawai'i 3
The Bulldogs plated three runs in the top of the first inning and led throughout in a 4-3 win over top-seeded Hawai'i to force another game for the WAC Tournament title.

Hawai'i 14, Fresno State 3 (5)
The Rainbow Wahine claimed their first-ever WAC Tournament title with a 14-3 win over Fresno State in the championship game of the WAC Tournament Saturday. Hawai'i had five homers in the game to extend their NCAA record to 141 on the year. Kelly Majam was named tournament MVP after hitting .571 with three home runs and eight RBI over four games.

All-Tournament Team
Kathy Cox, Boise State
Kelli Fangonilo, San Jose State
Haley Gilleland, Fresno State
Melissa Gonzalez, Hawai'i
Katie Grimes, Hawai'i
Natasha Hawkins, San Jose State
Jessica Iwata, Hawai'i
Michelle Moses, Fresno State
Caitlin Stiglich, Fresno State
Lela Work, Boise State
MVP: Kelly Majam, Hawai'i

Day 3
Hawai'i 16, Fresno State 2
In the top of the third inning, Hawai`i 's Jessica Iwata hit a home run to give the Rainbow Wahine 135 on the season, breaking the previous NCAA record of 134 set by Arizona in 2009. Kelly Majam hit a grand slam later in the inning to give UH 136 on the year. It was part of a 14-run third for UH en route to the 16-2 five-inning win that sent the Rainbow Wahine to the championship game tomorrow.

Boise State 6, San Jose State 5 (8)

The Broncos plated a run in the top of the eighth inning to stay alive in the WAC Tournament Friday afternoon. Vanessa Alvarez was 2-for-4 with three RBI to lead Boise State. Aubray Zell earned the win, allowing just one run in 7.0 innings of work.

Fresno State 6, Boise State 5
Fresno State out-hit Boise State 12-7 and the Broncos committed six errors in an elimination game at the WAC Tournament Friday. With the win, the Bulldogs advance to face Hawai'i in the championship game. Haley Gilleland was 4-for-5 and drove in two runs to lead Fresno State. Michelle Moses earned the win, while Morgan Melloh picked up her second save of the season.

Day 2
Hawai'i 16, San Jose State 8
Top-seeded Hawai'i belted six home runs to tie the NCAA record with 134 homers this season as it defeated No. 5-seed San Jose State 16-8 in the first game Thursday. Melissa Gonzalez was 4-for-5 with two homers and six RBI on the game.

Frenso State 5, Boise State 4
After surrendering two runs in the top of the seventh inning, Caitlin Stiglich hit a sacrifice to bring in the winning run in the bottom of the inning as the Bulldogs defeated Boise State 5-4. Stiglich finished the game with four RBI. Meanwhile, the Broncos' Kathy Cox broke the record for home runs in a WAC Tournament with two on the game and three in her two games in the tournament.

San Jose State 9, New Mexico State 8
Hoku Nohara hit a pair of homers and drove in five runs, but it wasn't enough as San Jose State defeated host New Mexico State 9-8 to eliminate the Aggies from the WAC Tournament Thursday. Amanda Pridmore earned the complete-game win, while Kelli Fangonilo led the team at the plate, going 3-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBI.

Boise State 8, Louisiana Tech 2
The  Broncos used a five-run fourth inning to take the lead for good en route to an 8-2 win over Louisiana Tech, eliminating the Lady Techsters from the Tournament Thursday night. Allie Crump picked up the win, striking out five.

Day 1
San Jose State 6, Louisiana Tech 5
With two outs in the top of the seventh, San Jose State plated three runs to take the lead and en route to a 6-5 win in the first game of the WAC Tournament Wednesday. Amanda Pridmore picked up the complete-game win, giving up five runs on six hits and striking out nine. Breanna Lopez was 2-for-4 with two RBI to pace the Spartans.

Boise State 9, New Mexico State 8
Once trailing 8-0, Boise State battled back to defeat host New Mexico State 9-8 on the fist day of the WAC Tournament Wednesday. Lela Work allowed just one hit over the last five innings of the game, retiring 11 consecutive Aggies en route to the win, just the second of her career. Work had help from four Bronco home runs.

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