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3leftturns

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Final Pac-12 conference-game OPS top 10

Svekis, ORE, 1.140
Jelenicki, UCLA, 1.070
DePonte, WASH, 1.067
Cruse, ORE, 1.060
Jordan, UCLA, 1.053
K. Perez, UCLA, 0.993
Sanders, ORE, 0.991
Harper, ARIZ, 0.971
Garcia, UCLA, 0.942
Iakopo, ORE, 0.937
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Final Pac-12 conference-game OPS top 10

Svekis, ORE, 1.140
Jelenicki, UCLA, 1.070
DePonte, WASH, 1.067
Cruse, ORE, 1.060
Jordan, UCLA, 1.053
K. Perez, UCLA, 0.993
Sanders, ORE, 0.991
Harper, ARIZ, 0.971
Garcia, UCLA, 0.942
Iakopo, ORE, 0.937


Only two kids on this list not from Oregon or UCLA.

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Disclaimer: Svekis homer.

...and I don't see any catchers from the USA Top50 Watch List.

But there's that damn Svekis kid again. Just won't go away. 

Really hope Svekis/Oregon can win the WCWS. 
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Only two kids on this list not from Oregon or UCLA.
Not having to face Rachel, Megan or Miranda helps!
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Garcia has the look of a player who is about to lead her team to a title
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POY: Rachel Garcia, UCLA

PiOY: Megan Kleist, Oregon

FOY: Aaliyah Jordan, UCLA

COY: Trish Ford, ASU

DPOY: Sis Bates, Washington

http://pac-12.com/article/2018/05/11/pac-12-announces-2018-softball-all-conference-honors

I don't know about the SEC.... but THIS is definitely not based on conference play.

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Well done Kleist!
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Well done Kleist!
Could easily have been Juarez. Very happy for Kleisty!
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Just don't get how Washington gets five on first team and DPOY with a 49th-ranked OOC schedule and DJ Sanders is second team with a 10th-ranked OOC schedule.

Team that wins the conference should get close calls, not Tarr

Top 10 in-conference HRs

1. Svekis, 8
2. Sanders, 7
T3. DePonte, 6
T3. Jordan, 6
T3. Garcia, 6
T3. Palomino, 6
T3. Harper, 6
T3. Brandner, 6
T9. Lindvall, 5
T9. Jelenicki, 5

OOC RPI SoS thru May 6
Oregon State 4
Oregon 10
Arizona State 35
UCLA 41
Washington 49
Utah 74
Arizona 78
Cal 125
Stanford 260

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Just don't get how Washington gets five on first team and DPOY with a 49th-ranked OOC schedule and DJ Sanders is second team with a 10th-ranked OOC schedule.

Team that wins the conference should get close calls, not Tarr


I actually think there are too many players picked for too many "all" teams. The Pac does not need 3 "all" teams plus defensive plus freshman teams.

And def not 7 pitchers on the first team. McQ not in same league as the others.
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Agreed on all counts.
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I actually think there are too many players picked for too many "all" teams. The Pac does not need 3 "all" teams plus defensive plus freshman teams. And def not 7 pitchers on the first team. McQ not in same league as the others.
Don't disagree with that thought either



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I actually think there are too many players picked for too many "all" teams. The Pac does not need 3 "all" teams plus defensive plus freshman teams.

And def not 7 pitchers on the first team. McQ not in same league as the others.


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I think UF edges UCLA for that 2 spot
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I actually think there are too many players picked for too many "all" teams. The Pac does not need 3 "all" teams plus defensive plus freshman teams. And def not 7 pitchers on the first team. McQ not in same league as the others.


Agree with you strongly.  Not one pitcher on second team?  

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I think UF edges UCLA for that 2 spot
maybe, but UCLA beat #7 ASU two out of three this weekend, which should not penalize them and I'm sure strengthens SOS a bit.  As far as #2 vs. #3 seed, not much difference in that.   #4 though means you face #1 sooner in OKC, so that is relevant.

P.S.  Where do I go to see SOS on the NCAA website?  Or for that matter the components of the RPI used to publish the RPI rankings?

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UF went 3-0, beating Bama, Tennessee and South Carolins

Just have a feeling that SEC champ will get deference over Pac runner-up

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Bianka.... who the f*** are you talking about?


Hey camel face! Be smart don't think of bad mouthing Bianka lest her daddy gets in your mug.
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Bianka Bell was a great hitter. No argument there.
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2018 Pac-12 Awards:
PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Rachel Garcia, SO, P, UCLA
PITCHER OF THE YEAR - Megan Kleist, JR, P, ORE
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Sis Bates, SO, INF, WASH
FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR - Aaliyah Jordan, FR, LF, UCLA
COACH OF THE YEAR - Trisha Ford, ASU

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Sanders leads the Ducks in Ks and errors
Craighton leads the Wildcats in walks and SF
3leftturns

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Yes, numbnut, shortstops with range lead teams in errors.... every time
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Yes, numbnut, shortstops with range lead teams in errors.... every time
What about Ks camel face and the .291 batting average.
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