1999 NCAA Division I Softball Tournament

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1999 NCAA Division I
Softball Tournament
Teams48
Finals site
ChampionsUCLA (9th (10th overall) title)
Runner-upWashington (4th WCWS Appearance)
Winning coachSue Enquist (1st title)
MOPJulie Adams,, UCLA Bruins

The 1999 NCAA Division I Softball Tournament was the eighteenth annual tournament to determine the national champion of NCAA women's collegiate softball. Held during May 1999, forty-eight Division I college softball teams contested the championship. The tournament featured eight regionals of six teams, each in a double elimination format. The 1999 Women's College World Series was held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from May 25 through May 31 and marked the conclusion of the 1999 NCAA Division I softball season. UCLA won their ninth[a] NCAA championship and tenth overall by defeating Washington 3–2 in the final game. It was the first final game since 1990 to not feature Arizona. UCLA infielder Julie Adams was named Women's College World Series Most Outstanding Player.[1][2]

Qualifying[edit]

Regionals[edit]

Regional No. 1[edit]

 
                                                 
  UCLA 7  
  Alabama 0     UCLA 14  
    Creighton 0    
  Cal State Northridge 7         UCLA 5            
  Missouri 3           Minnesota 0              
      Cal State Northridge 0           UCLA 12
      Minnesota 2         Missouri 5
  Minnesota 2         Minnesota 0    
  Creighton 0       Cal State Northridge 1     Missouri 3  
  Alabama 0     Missouri 3  
  Missouri 1  

UCLA qualifies for WCWS

Regional No. 2[edit]

 
                                                 
  Arizona 95  
  East Carolina 1     Arizona 8  
    Texas State 0    
  Kansas 5         Arizona 3            
  Southeast Missouri State 1           Maryland 7              
      Kansas 0           Maryland 1 0
      Maryland 1         Arizona 105 85
  Maryland 5         Arizona 6    
  Texas State 0       Kansas 3     Kansas 1  
  East Carolina 1     Southeast Missouri State 1  
  Southeast Missouri State 2  

Arizona qualifies for WCWS

Regional No. 3[edit]

 
                                                 
  Washington 86  
  Colgate 0     Washington 125  
    Tennessee 1    
  Texas A&M 4         Washington 1            
  Hawaii 3           Cal State Fullerton 0              
      Texas A&M 1           Washington 3
      Cal State Fullerton 2         Hawaii 0
  Cal State Fullerton 125         Cal State Fullerton 3    
  Tennessee 0       Texas A&M 3     Hawaii 411  
  Colgate 2     Hawaii 8  
  Hawaii 7  

Washington qualifies for WCWS

Regional No. 4[edit]

 
                                                 
  Fresno State 5  
  Florida A&M 0     Fresno State 5  
    Stanford 2    
  Texas Tech 1         Fresno State 3            
  South Carolina 0           Texas Tech 1              
      Texas Tech 1           Fresno State 5
      Pacific 0         Texas Tech 0
  Pacific 68         Texas Tech 4    
  Stanford 5       Pacific 1     South Carolina 1  
  South Carolina 2     South Carolina 212  
  Florida A&M 0  

Fresno State qualifies for WCWS

Regional No. 5[edit]

 
                                       
  LSU 125  
  Southern 0     LSU 0  
    Oregon State 3    
      Oregon State 3  
      Long Beach State 0    
  Southern 0          
  Long Beach State 85        
  Oklahoma 3         Oregon State 96 0
  Long Beach State 1           Southern Miss 1 4
      Oklahoma 0        
      Southern Miss 5          
  Southern Miss 1           Southern Miss 4    
  Oregon State 0         LSU 3  
  LSU 7    
  Oklahoma 3  

Southern Miss qualifies for WCWS.

Regional No. 6[edit]

 
                                                 
  Florida Atlantic 2  
  Michigan 0     Florida Atlantic 8  
    Central Michigan 3    
  Nebraska 2         Florida Atlantic 1            
  Notre Dame 0           Arizona State 2              
      Nebraska 0           Arizona State 1 4
      Arizona State 1         Nebraska 28 2
  Arizona State 29         Florida Atlantic 2    
  Central Michigan 1       Nebraska 48     Nebraska 4  
  Michigan 0     Notre Dame 3  
  Notre Dame 1  

Arizona State qualifies for WCWS.

Regional No. 7[edit]

 
                                                 
  Southwestern Louisiana 155  
  Manhattan 0     Southwestern Louisiana 5  
    Hofstra 1    
  UMass 3         Southwestern Louisiana 2            
  LIU Brooklyn 2           California 1              
      UMass 0           Southwestern Louisiana 0 3
      California 1         California 3 8
  California 5         California 28    
  Hofstra 4       UMass 3     UMass 0  
  Manhattan 3     LIU Brooklyn 0  
  LIU Brooklyn 48  

California qualifies for WCWS.

Regional No. 8[edit]

 
                                       
  Texas 86  
  Cornell 0     Texas 0  
    Oregon 6    
      Oregon 1  
      Michigan State 96    
  Michigan State 9          
  Cornell 1        
  DePaul 4         Michigan State 0
  Michigan State 1           DePaul 2
      DePaul 4        
      UIC 0          
  UIC 1           DePaul 5    
  Oregon 0         UIC 1  
  UIC 4    
  Texas 1  

DePaul qualifies for WCWS.

Women's College World Series[edit]

Participants[edit]

Results[edit]

Bracket[edit]

 
                                       
UCLA 39  
DePaul 2  
  UCLA 1  
  Fresno State 0  
Fresno State 1
Southern Miss 0  
  UCLA 28  
  DePaul 1  
DePaul 1  
Southern Miss 0  
  Arizona 0
  DePaul 1  
  UCLA 3
  Washington 2
Washington 4  
Arizona State 1  
  Washington 3
  Arizona 0  
Arizona 3
California 0  
  Washington 3
  California 0  
Arizona State 0  
California 2  
  Fresno State 0
  California 1  

Championship Game[edit]

[3]

School Top Batter Stats.
UCLA Bruins Julie Adams (3B) 2-3 2RBIs
Washington Huskies Erin Helgeland (CF) 1-3 RBI
School Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO AB BF
UCLA Bruins Courtney Dale (W) 4.0 3 1 1 2 3 13 19
UCLA Bruins Amanda Freed (SV) 3.0 2 1 1 1 2 11 12
Washington Huskies Jennifer Spediacci (L) 6.0 7 3 3 0 6 26 26
Washington Huskies Jamie Graves 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 3 4

All-Tournament Team[edit]

The following players were members of the All-Tournament Team.[4]

Position Player School
P Courtney Dale UCLA
Amanda Freed UCLA
Amanda Scott Fresno State
Jennifer Spediacci Washington
C Katy Carter DePaul
1B Melissa Downs Washington
2B Lisa Iancin California
Lovieanne Jung Fresno State
3B Julie Adams UCLA
Kim DePaul Washington
Julie Luna DePaul
OF Christie Ambrosi UCLA

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The NCAA Record Book shows 1999 as UCLA's eighth championship, as their 1995 title was vacated.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2015 WCWS Records: 1990s Brackets/Rosters/Stats (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved April 15, 2018.
  2. ^ 2015 WCWS Records: WCWS All-Time Results (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved April 15, 2018.
  3. ^ "1999 Women's Division I Softball College World Series Game 13". Ncaa.org. Retrieved 2018-06-08.
  4. ^ 2015 WCWS Records: All-Time Tournament Records and Results (PDF). NCAA. p. 3. Retrieved April 15, 2018.