Texas smashes HR record

April, 26, 2011
A look at a few of the weekend's biggest numbers:

Texas (41-4): Senior Amy Hooks became the Longhorns' career home run leader (34) when she hit two in a 15-2 win against Texas Tech Friday. The Longhorns hit seven home runs in the game, which set a single-game record for the program.

Oklahoma (34-14): Sophomore Keilani Ricketts struck out 15 and gave up just one hit in a 2-0 win against Texas A&M Saturday.

Iowa (26-17): Senior Stephanie Ochoa went 3-for-4 to help the Hawkeyes upset Michigan 4-2 Saturday. Coming out of the weekend, she has a 12-game hit streak, and is leading the Hawkeyes with a .413 batting average.

Tulsa (37-12): Freshman Aimee Creger became the first pitcher in program history to record 200 strikeouts in a season in a 1-0 win against UAB.

California (30-9): Sophomore Jolene Henderson gave up just one earned run in 21 innings pitched against Stanford over the weekend, helping the Bears earn the series victory by winning two of three games.

Northwestern (22-13): Junior Adrienne Monka has recorded a hit in her last seven at-bats, and has reached base 14 straight times (seven walks, seven hits). She leads the nation with a .701 on-base percentage, and went 3-for-3 with a home run and five walks in the Wildcats' sweep of Ohio State over the weekend.

Erin Quinn is a member of ESPN's Stats & Information group.



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