The Women's College World Series has provided many great moments over the years, but which snapshot is your favorite? Our experts selected 10 great moments since 1998, and you told us which one is the best.
During the WCWS, we'll reveal the Top 10 Diamond Moments as voted on by you, the fans. We're down to No. 4:
Megan Langenfeld was one of the best players in college softball during her senior season with UCLA. But for one postseason, and particularly one week in Oklahoma City, she might have been the best player in the world. All Langenfeld did was hit .706 with four home runs and earn three victories in the circle for a pitching-starved team. There were plenty to choose from, but none of her 12 hits that week proved more memorable than a walk-off home run to beat archrival Arizona in extra innings in the opening game of the championship series. A blister prevented Langenfeld from pitching the next night, but that blast from the first game seemed to take the wind out of the Wildcats' sails as the Bruins went on to win their 11th NCAA title. -- Graham Hays