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Kurosawa

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Now you're trying to start an argument with me! (And I was trying to be nice.)

Maybe OUsoftball will choose to be more amenable, and leave you to argue with yourself.
Kurosawa

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UW statistics, so far, are royally scr*wed up, with four games listing statistics for "T. Melhart" and one for "Trysten Melhart", for "A. Aguilar" and "Ali Aguilar", and so on, for almost all UW players who played (except for "Brittany Werre" and "Kaija Gibson", who only played in one game).

http://pac-12.com/content/softball-statistics

Last year, Tannon Snow was listed as simply "Tannon" all season long...
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UW statistics, so far, are royally scr*wed up, with four games listing statistics for "T. Melhart" and one for "Trysten Melhart", for "A. Aguilar" and "Ali Aguilar", and so on, for almost all UW players who played (except for "Brittany Werre" and "Kaija Gibson", who only played in one game).

http://pac-12.com/content/softball-statistics

Last year, Tannon Snow was listed as simply "Tannon" all season long...


Is that a result of how the SID is reporting the stats to the conference?  Or are you saying the conference should parse out the information that is sent to them?  I honestly don't know how it is handled, but I feel like the team should be responsible for the reporting, and since UW isn't big on reporting stats that could be the issue.
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Is that a result of how the SID is reporting the stats to the conference?  Or are you saying the conference should parse out the information that is sent to them?  I honestly don't know how it is handled, but I feel like the team should be responsible for the reporting, and since UW isn't big on reporting stats that could be the issue.


Dunno. Garbage in, garbage out, I suspect. Where the garbage got added in, I don't know. As far as I can tell, UW is the only team reporting double stats.

The LBSU game is the outlier, listing players by their full names ("Aguilar, Ali") rather than last and initial ("Aguilar, A."). UW's pdf box scores, on the other hand, all list UW players simply by their last name ("Aguilar"), but opponent players by their full names.

Whether Heather Tarr, who would rather her players not see their statistics, is intentionally trying to scr*w up the Pac-12 statistics is best left to conjecture...[smile]
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Whether Heather Tarr, who would rather her players not see their statistics, is intentionally trying to scr*w up the Pac-12 statistics is best left to conjecture...[smile]


Just to be clear, this isn't my conjecture.  My conjecture is that they just don't care enough about reporting the stats and are only doing it as a formality.  As a result, they don't care to take the time to have a consistent format for stats.  I am not conjecturing that she is intentionally trying to screw up stats, but just be blase about them.
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Just to be clear, this isn't my conjecture.  My conjecture is that they just don't care enough about reporting the stats and are only doing it as a formality.  As a result, they don't care to take the time to have a consistent format for stats.  I am not conjecturing that she is intentionally trying to screw up stats, but just be blase about them.


I was just making a joke - thus, the smiley. I do think that if Tarr could sink the Pac-12 "team" stats reports, she would. Some years back, there were only stat summaries available through the Pac-12  - I wouldn't be surprised if they started posting full stats for each team due to the unwillingness of some coaches (Tarr and ?) to post them on their own.

I don't know who is responsible for compiling game stats and reporting them to the Pac-12. On second thought, it is possible that they initially sent in stats only for last weekend's games, then realized they needed to send stats for the LBSU game as well, but failed to duplicate the "name" field, resulting in the double listings.
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From the Huskies box scores Aguilar is 4 for 22.
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From the Huskies box scores Aguilar is 4 for 22.


With a few RBI.

She tapered off toward the end of last year. I thought it was because teams were not pitching to her. But has started off very slow this year as you point out.

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She was dominant in the summer
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With a few RBI.

She tapered off toward the end of last year. I thought it was because teams were not pitching to her. But has started off very slow this year as you point out.


3 runs scored and 4 runs batted in, which is not bad productivity. No strikeouts, no walks, so she's making contact, just otherwise hitting it to defenders. It was her hit that beat Auburn in the 10th.
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Washington 14 UC Riverside 1

Aguilar with a HR and a triple. Stangel, Bates, and Flores also with HRs. W:Schreyer 4ip, 4h, 1r, 1er, 0bb, 2k.

http://www.gohuskies.com/news/2017/2/16/softball-huskies-improve-to-5-1-after-shutting-down-uc-riverside.aspx
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Well the Huskies came back to beat SDSU after being down 5-3 going into the seventh. 

I guess you could say SDSU Atlanta Falcon'd it, or worry about why UW gave up those runs, but it was a well-played game by both sides and it is a characteristic of good teams that they how to come back from the dead.  Alvelo did make one big mistake.

So I guess we can say they are just, um... "exercising" that come-back muscle a lot early in the year.
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Washington squeaks by SDSU 6-5
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Well the Huskies came back to beat SDSU after being down 5-3 going into the seventh. 

I guess you could say SDSU Atlanta Falcon'd it, or worry about why UW gave up those runs, but it was a well-played game by both sides and it is a characteristic of good teams that they how to come back from the dead.  Alvelo did make one big mistake.

So I guess we can say they are just, um... "exercising" that come-back muscle a lot early in the year.


Definitely liking the fight in this team early on!
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She started slow in 2016 too 5-19.
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She started slow in 2015 too 5-19.


She showed some life last night going 3-7 with a triple, HR, 3 RS and and RBI.

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Washington squeaks by SDSU 6-5


A lot of homeruns given up by both sides!
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A lot of homeruns given up by both sides!

      4 home runs by both teams is not a lot. [wave]
          Alvelo gave up two and Moreno gave 
          up the other two.

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      4 home runs by both teams is not a lot. [wave]
          Alvelo gave up two and Moreno gave 
          up the other two.



4 HR is definitely not a lot these days in the Pac-12.  But it seems like with all the lefties, these Huskies will be playing small-ball a little more than in recent years.  (But then again, as I type this post Sis Bates hits a homer on CSUN.  Lol)
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Stangel and Bates with HRs against CSUN - up 5-0 in top of the sixth. Alvelo with a 4-hitter so far.
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UW wins 8-0

Twitter wasn't 100% clear on this but it implied Ali Aguilar got the hit to win (mercy) the game.
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UW wins 8-0

Twitter wasn't 100% clear on this but it implied Ali Aguilar got the hit to win (mercy) the game.


They played all 7 innings and Northridge was home team. UW scored 3 in the top of the 7th but Northridge still got their at bats in the bottom of the 7th.
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Six singles for UW in the top of the 7th: Van Zee, Werre, Bates (Simons for Werre out at 2nd), Thomas (RBI), Burdick, Aguilar (2 RBI).

Alvelo: 7ip, 5h, 0r, 1bb, 8k, 1dbl.
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4 HR is definitely not a lot these days in the Pac-12.  But it seems like with all the lefties, these Huskies will be playing small-ball a little more than in recent years.  (But then again, as I type this post Sis Bates hits a homer on CSUN.  Lol)


If only Tarr knew how to manage a game with left handed speedsters. [confused]
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4 HR is definitely not a lot these days in the Pac-12.  But it seems like with all the lefties, these Huskies will be playing small-ball a little more than in recent years.  (But then again, as I type this post Sis Bates hits a homer on CSUN.  Lol)


UW lefty hitters (through CSUN):

Bates: .520ba, 25ab, 6r, 13h, 2tpl, 2hr, 9rbi, 4so
Melhart: .385ba, 26ab, 4r, 10h, 1dbl, 2rbi, 2bb, 1so, 4-4sb
Van Zee: .370ba, 30ab, 6r, 12h, 5dbl, 1hr, 4rbi, 1bb, 0so
Burdick: .364ba, 22ab, 5r, 8h, 2rbi, 3bb, 2so, 2-2sb
Stangel: .350ba, 23ab, 5r, 8h, 2dbl, 3hr, 8rbi, 6bb, 4so
Aguilar: .300ba, 30ab, 8r, 9h, 2dbl, 1tpl, 1hr, 7rbi, 3bb, 1so

Stangel and Aguilar, of course, aren't "small ball" players, and I'd argue Bates isn't either (with 2 triples, 2 home runs, and 9 runs batted in). Bates, so far, is playing like an all-star.

Righty hitters:

DePonte: .346ba, 26ab, 4r, 9h, 1dbl, 2hr, 8rbi, 5bb, 2so
Flores: .273ba, 22ab, 2r, 6h, 2dbl, 2hr, 3rbi, 3bb, 4so
Thomas: .222ba, 18ab, 4r, 4h, 4rbi, 0bb, 1so

All hitters: .339ab, 218ab, 41r, 74h, 13dbl, 3tpl, 9hr, 40rbi, 16bb, 0hbp,  16so, 6-7sb

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UW's live stats link for the Ohio State game isn't working. Use this:

http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/gametracker/launch/gt_wsoftbl.html?event=1531750&school=osu&sport=wsoftbl&camefrom=&startschool=&

Pitchers: Schreyer (UW), Hursh (OSU)

UW battting order:

Aguilar SS
Stangel DP
Van Zee 3B
Bates 2B
Melhart RF
Flores C
Thomas 1B
Gibson LF
Burdick CF

Top of third: UW loads the bases (one out) on an error (Gibson) and two walks (Aguilar and Stangel). Van Zee sac fly scores Gibson. UW 1-0.

Bottom of third: Walk, single (Piper), 3-run HR (Clark). OSU 3-1.

Top of fourth: Alvelo in for Schreyer.

Top of fifth: Single (Burdick), single (Aguilar), walk (Stangel), sac fly RBI (Van Zee), error (Bates, Aguilar scored). UW 3 - OSU 3.

Top of seventh: Single (Stangel), single (Bates), single (Melhart), walk (Flores, Van Zee scored), passed ball (Bates scored), error (Thomas), walk (Gibson), walk (Burdick, Gallagher scored), walk (Aguilar, Thomas scored), walk (Van Zee, Gibson scored), single (Bates, 2RBI). UW 11 - OSU 3.

Bottom of seventh: HR (Kirk). Final: UW 11 - OSU 4.

W: Alvelo 4.0ip, 2h, 1r, 1er, 0bb, 3so, 1hr.
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Washington vs Missouri

Live Stats: http://stats.statbroadcast.com/broadcast/?id=168433

Pitchers: Alvelo (UW), Norman (Mizzou). Same line-up/batting order for UW, except Bates at 3B and Van Zee at 2B.

Top of first: Single (Aguilar), error (Stangel), single (Van Zee, Aguilar scored), fielder's choice (Bates), single (Melhart, Stangel scored), HR (Flores, 3RBI). UW 5 - Mizzou 0.

Bottom of first: Single (Nash), HR (Mack, 2RBI), HR (Burnside) [Schreyer for Alvelo]. UW 5 - Mizzou 3.

Bottom of third: Double (Mack), HR (Burnside, 2RBI). UW 5 - Mizzou 5.

Bottom of sixth: Double (Pierce), single (Kessinger, Pierce scored), walk (Rathburn), HR (Fleming, 3RBI). Final: Mizzou 9 - UW 5.
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Whoah, Alvelo comes down awkwardly on her leg again
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Then gives up a second bomb in the first and exits
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Then gives up a second bomb in the first and exits


Where in the hell is #13 and #30?
SOG! 9-5 Missouri
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