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Chelsie Mesa
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Chelsie Mesa's three-run homer in the fifth gave Arizona a 5-0 lead.
Wild 'N Out
Arizona is no stranger to the NCAA championship game. But after dealing with off-field issues, increased parity and the constant threat of elimination, the Wildcats have never won like this before. Story

Danielle Rodriguez Play Another Day
It's no surprise that Game 2 came down to perfect pitching. But the ace in question wasn't Monica Abbott -- it was Arizona's Taryne Mowatt. She stole the show by blanking the Vols and forcing a Game 3. Story | ESPN Video

Rodriguez beats throw to score winning run | Sked/results

Tennessee Hit Parade
Tennessee ace Monica Abbott extended her scoreless streak to 28 innings against Arizona on Monday. But the splendid southpaw was overshadowed by her teammates' slugging in the first game of the WCWS championship series, writes Graham Hays. Story

Vols blank Wildcats, take series leadESPN Video | Sked/results

Monica Abbott Ace Up Their Sleeve
The Lady Vols know how it feels to be thisclose to the championship series. That's why Monica Abbott and Tennessee came out firing on all cylinders to ensure they'll be playing on Monday. Graham Hays

Arizona KO's UW, will face VolsESPN Video | Mesa's maturation
Hays: Champ series preview | Wrap Insider | Schedule/results

Adrienne Acton Dynamic Duo
You've got to hit bottom before you can get to the top. So it was fitting Saturday that the No. 8 and 9 hitters, K'Lee Arredondo and Adrienne Acton, helped stave off elimination for Arizona. Story

Washington Celebration It's A Wash
After surviving a three-hour rain delay and No. 2 Northwestern, the Huskies are following in the footsteps of champions before them. Will we see UW in the championship series? Story | ESPN Video

Vols take down '06 champs | Hays: Pitchers rule Day 1 | Notes
Day 1 winners | ESPN Video N'western | UW | UT | Sked/results | Index

Nicole Pauly Young Guns
Freshmen were once banned from competing in college sports. Now, they're making an impact at the highest levels. Nowhere is that more true than at the Women's College World Series. Story

Caitlin Lowe Nine Lives
Arizona started the season battling off-field issues and inconsistent results. Through it all, Caitlin Lowe and Kristie Fox kept pressing. The result? The duo gets to end their careers in Oklahoma City. Story

Hays: Super regional recap | DePaul scores upset | Chat wrap Insider

Tracie Adix Belle Of The Ball
Don't call DePaul Cinderella -- the Blue Demons have been to the College World Series before. But after shocking Oklahoma in Norman, DePaul will certainly be the talk of Oklahoma City. Story

DePaul advancesESPN Video | ESPN Video Arizona | Texas A&M | Tennessee

Garland Cooper Oklahoma City Calling
The field is set for the Women's College World Series. Both Arizona, the 2006 champ, and Northwestern, the runner up, return to Oklahoma City. But they will be joined by a few surprises. Results

Hays: Balanced Bears best Michigan | Bracket | Scoreboard | TV

Lauren Eckerman Poise Under Pressure
After a weekend of wet fields, frigid wind chills, hours of travel and tough competition, No. 3 seed Oklahoma survived the Amherst Regional to advance. Can the Sooners keep winning? Story

Hays: Regional wrap up | UMass senior defines passion for softball
Bracket | Schedule/results | Softball on ESPN | Highlights ESPN Video

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2007 Women's College World Series schedule
Oklahoma City

Double elimination

May 31
Washington 3, DePaul 1
Northwestern 2, Arizona State 0
Tennessee 2, Texas A&M 0
Arizona 2, Baylor 1 (9 innings)

June 1
Washington 9, Northwestern 0 (5 innings)
Tennessee 1, Arizona 0

June 2
DePaul 3, Arizona State 1
Baylor 7, Texas A&M 4
Arizona 3, DePaul 0
Northwestern 7, Baylor 0

June 3
Arizona 2, Washington 0
Tennessee 3, Northwestern 0
Arizona 8, Washington 1

Championship series
June 4
Tennessee 3, Arizona 0
June 5
Arizona 1, Tennessee 0
June 6
Arizona 5, Tennessee 0

Schedule/results page

Women's College World Series champion
Arizona Wildcats
Record: 50-14-1
Seed: No. 1 overall
How they advanced: Won Tucson Super Regional; won Tucson Regional
WCWS results: Defeated Baylor 2-1 (9 innings); Lost to Tennessee 1-0; Defeated DePaul 3-0; Defeated Washington 2-0; Defeated Washington 8-1; Lost to Tennessee 3-0; Defeated Tennessee 1-0; Defeated Tennessee 5-0
WCWS appearances: 19 (1988, '89, '90, '91, '92, '93, '94, '95, '96, '97, '98, '99, '00, '01, '02, '03, '05, '06, '07)
NCAA championships: 8 (1991, '93, '94, '96, '97, '01, '06, '07)
Scouting report
Women's College World Series runner-up
Tennessee Lady Vols
Record: 63-8
Seed: No. 5 overall
How they advanced: Won Knoxville Super Regional; won Knoxville Regional
WCWS results: Defeated Texas A&M 2-0; Defeated Arizona 1-0; Defeated Northwestern 3-0; Defeated Arizona 3-0; Lost to Arizona 1-0; Lost to Arizona 5-0
WCWS appearances: 3 (2005, '06, '07)
NCAA championships: 0
Scouting report
Eliminated Women's College World Series teams
Arizona State Sun Devils
Record: 54-16
Seed: No. 7 overall
How they advanced: Won Tempe Super Regional; won Provo Regional
WCWS results: Lost to Northwestern 2-0; Lost to DePaul 3-1
WCWS appearances: 6 (1982, '87, '00, '02, '06, '07)
NCAA championships: 0
Scouting report
Baylor Bears
Record: 50-15
Seed: No. 8 overall
How they advanced: Won Waco Super Regional; won Hempstead Regional
WCWS results: Lost to Arizona 2-1; Defeated Texas A&M 7-4; Lost to Northwestern 7-0
WCWS appearances: 1 (2007)
NCAA championships: 0
Scouting report
DePaul Blue Demons
Record: 47-24
Seed: No. 14 overall
How they advanced: Won Norman Super Regional; won Carbondale Regional
WCWS results: Lost to Washington 3-1; Defeated Arizona State 3-1; Lost to Arizona 3-0
WCWS appearances: 4 (1999, '00, '05, '07)
NCAA championships: 0
Scouting report
Northwestern Wildcats
Record: 51-12
Seed: No. 2 overall
How they advanced: Won Evanston Super Regional; won Evanston Regional
WCWS results: Defeated Arizona State 2-0; Lost to Washington 9-0; Defeated Baylor 7-0; Lost to Tennessee 3-0
WCWS appearances: 5 (1984, '85, '86, '06, '07)
NCAA championships: 0
Scouting report
Texas A&M Aggies
Record: 46-13
Seed: No. 4 overall
How they advanced: Won College Station Super Regional; won College Station Regional
WCWS results: Lost to Tennessee 2-0; Lost to Baylor 7-4
WCWS appearances: 6 (1983, '84, '86, '87, '88, '07)
NCAA championships: 2 (1983, '87)
Scouting report
Washington Huskies
Record: 42-18
Seed: No. 6 overall
How they advanced: Won Seattle Super Regional; won Lincoln Regional
WCWS results: Defeated DePaul 3-1; Defeated Northwestern 9-0; Lost to Arizona 2-0; Lost to Arizona 8-1
WCWS appearances: 8 (1996, '97, '98, '99, '00, '03, '04, '07)
NCAA championships: 0
Scouting report