Senior Cassie Tysarczyk has never been the star for Texas A&M, but her smart play has the Aggies making waves in this week's espnW power rankings.
North Carolina, minus injured star Crystal Dunn, rode two goals from Summer Green and key saves from Anna Sieloff to a 2-0 shutout of Texas A&M.
No school has more NCAA tournament wins (27) without ever reaching the College Cup than Texas A&M. Now, the Aggies face North Carolina, winner of 21 championships, in the third round.
Texas A&M's Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar is one of the best players in college tennis, but it's soccer that will always have a hold on the Spanish native's heart.
Behind some key relief pitching, The Lady Vols rallied from a 3-0 deficit against the defending champion Crimson Tide to advance to the World Series.
Before many of the super regionals even began, Washington was putting the finishing touches on a 1-0 victory against Missouri, advancing the Huskies to the Women's College World Series.
Washington coach Heather Tarr stuck to a philosophy, and her plan paid off. The Huskies didn't give up any outs and were able to take advantage of Missouri errors to grab a 2-1 eight-inning win in Game 1 of their super regional.
Few expected Florida to do much this season, but the youthful Gators have used discipline at the plate to their advantage. The question is, will it get the No. 2 seed to Oklahoma City?
With the NCAA softball tournament set to start, Graham Hays breaks down the seeds, sleepers and players to watch in Norman, College Station, Ann Arbor and Baton Rouge.
Texas A&M stands at No. 4 in the latest power rankings, but will the Aggies falter with a tough stretch of SEC games on the horizon?
Which No. 1 has the toughest road to New Orleans? The Fighting Irish have to travel to Iowa and would play the second round in Norfolk, Va.
After their performances at a star-studded Mary Nutter Classic, UCLA and LSU jump into the espnW NCAA softball rankings for the first time, while Oklahoma remains a dominant No. 1.
There wasn't much shakeup on the field or in the softball power rankings this past weekend, but a big tournament is on tap and could cost some top teams their undefeated records.
With the NCAA softball season opening this weekend, the biggest question could be: Can any team stop Oklahoma?
Texas A&M moves into the SEC, where Alabama won last year's national championship in softball, with two of its own national championships. Maroon vs. Crimson Tide.
Everyone knows about Penn State's potent backcourt duo. But 6-foot-4 post Nikki Greene could be the difference between another good season and one that ends in New Orleans.