BTN.com staff, May 19, 2013
The Michigan and Nebraska softball teams both advanced to next weekend's Super Regionals with impressive wins over Pac-12 foes Sunday. The Wolverines topped Cal, 3-1, while the Huskers took down Stanford, 10-5. Both teams dominated this weekend's competition, sweeping their respective regional, held at their home fields.
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MICHIGAN 3, CAL 1: Sophomore RHP Sara Driesenga stymied the California Golden Bears for the second day in a row, hurling a complete game in the No. 7-ranked University of Michigan softball team's 3-1, NCAA Regional title victory Sunday, May 19 at the Wilpon Complex, home of Alumni Field. Read full MGoBlue.com recap.
NEBRASKA 10, STANFORD 5: The 14th-seeded Nebraska softball team fought through three weather delays and 13th-ranked Stanford to win its first regional championship since 2002 with a 10-5 victory over the Cardinal in the NCAA Lincoln Regional championship game Sunday at Bowlin Stadium. Read full Huskers.com recap.