Houston's aces dominate in circle

May, 10, 2011
05/10/11
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A look at a few of the weekend's biggest numbers:

Florida (47-8): Freshman pitcher Hannah Rodgers won three games against Tennessee over the weekend, even though Sunday's game was the only one she started. She also earned a save in a 1-0 win against Florida State, giving her a 0.91 ERA and 13 strikeouts for the week.

Houston (39-15): Pitchers senior Amanda Crabtree, senior Donna Bourgeois and freshman Diedre Outon each recorded a shutout win over the weekend to give the Cougars a sweep of UCF, and a share of the Conference USA regular season title. In 21 innings pitched, the trio combined for 22 strikeouts and scattered 14 hits.

Michigan(49-4): Junior Amanda Chidester hit .571 (8-for-14) in five games last week, highlighted by a doubleheader performance against Ohio State that included seven RBI and a grand slam.

Oregon (37-13): Freshman Alexa Peterson hit .444 (4-for-9) with a home run over the weekend to help the Ducks earn a series win against Stanford for the first time since 2007.

Texas A&M (39-13): Freshman Amber Garza hit a walk-off two-run home run to give the Aggies a 4-2 win against Oklahoma State Saturday.

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

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