2005 NCAA Division I Softball Tournament

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2005 NCAA Division I
Softball Tournament
Teams64
Finals site
ChampionsMichigan (1st title)
Runner-upUCLA (21st WCWS Appearance)
Winning coachCarol Hutchins (1st title)
MOPSamantha Findlay,, Michigan

The 2005 NCAA Division I Softball Tournament was the twenty-fourth annual tournament to determine the national champion of NCAA women's collegiate softball. Held during May and June 2005, sixty-four Division I college softball teams contested the championship. The tournament featured eight regionals of eight teams, each in a double elimination format. The 2005 Women's College World Series was held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from June 2 through June 8 and marked the conclusion of the 2005 NCAA Division I softball season. Michigan won their first championship by defeating UCLA two games to one in the championship series. Michigan first baseman Samantha Findlay was named Women's College World Series Most Outstanding Player.[1][2][3]

Qualifying[edit]

Regionals[edit]

Ann Arbor Super Regional[edit]

 
                                           
Michigan 8  
Canisius 1  
  Michigan 5  
  Seton Hall 0  
Seton Hall 18
North Carolina 0  
  Michigan 6 X  
Ann Arbor Regional - Alumni Field
  North Carolina 0 X  
Canisius 0  
North Carolina 3  
  Seton Hall 1
  North Carolina 29  
  Michigan 4 2 116
  Washington 1 3 2
Nebraska 4  
Iowa 0  
  Nebraska 6
  Washington 7  
Washington 211
Creighton 1  
  Washington 2 X
Lincoln Regional - Bowlin Stadium
  Iowa 0 X  
Iowa 28  
Creighton 1  
  Nebraska 0
  Iowa 1  

Chicago Super Regional[edit]

 
                                           
Notre Dame 3  
Louisville 2  
  Notre Dame 3  
  Northwestern 2  
Northwestern 6
Albany 1  
  Notre Dame 1 3  
Notre Dame Regional - Melissa Cook Stadium
  Northwestern 4 4  
Louisville 5  
Albany 4  
  Northwestern 8
  Louisville 2  
  Northwestern 0 3 X
  DePaul 4 4 X
Wisconsin 0  
DePaul 6  
  DePaul 4
  Green Bay 0  
Oregon State 0
Green Bay 1  
  DePaul 0 8
Madison Regional - Goodman Softball Complex
  Oregon State 7 6  
Wisconsin 2  
Oregon State 8  
  Green Bay 0
  Oregon State 5  

College Station Super Regional[edit]

 
                                           
Texas A&M 6  
McNeese State 3  
  Texas A&M 3  
  Penn State 2  
Penn State 5
Centenary  
  Texas A&M 9 X  
College Station Regional - Aggie Softball Complex
  Penn State 2 X  
McNeese State 5  
Centenary 2  
  Penn State 2
  McNeese State 1  
  Texas A&M 1 5 X
  Alabama 4 6 X
Alabama 96  
Mississippi Valley State 1  
  Alabama 3
  Arizona State 1  
Arizona State 105
Hofstra 1  
  Alabama 6 X
Tuscaloosa Regional - Rhoads Stadium
  Hofstra 0 X  
Mississippi Valley State 1  
Hofstra 125  
  Arizona State 1
  Hofstra 2  

Austin Super Regional[edit]

 
                                           
Florida 2  
Bethune–Cookman 3  
  Bethune–Cookman 8  
  South Florida 4  
South Florida 145
UCF 3  
  Bethune–Cookman 5 X  
Gainesville Regional - Katie Seashole Pressly Softball Stadium
  South Florida 2 X  
Florida 3  
UCF 5  
  South Florida 5
  UCF 4  
  Bethune–Cookman 0 1 X
  Texas 1 6 X
Texas 1  
UMass 0  
  Texas 2
  Mississippi State 0  
Mississippi State 1
Texas A&M–Corpus Christi 0  
  Texas 2 X
Austin Regional - Red and Charline McCombs Field
  Mississippi State 0 X  
UMass 2  
Texas A&M–Corpus Christi 6  
  Mississippi State 28
  Texas A&M–Corpus Christi 1  

Tucson Super Regional[edit]

 
                                           
Arizona 125  
Lehigh 0  
  Arizona 3  
  Oklahoma State 0  
Oklahoma State 6
Princeton 1  
  Arizona 28 X  
Tucson Regional - Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium
  Oklahoma State 1 X  
Lehigh 1  
Princeton 3  
  Oklahoma State 6
  Princeton 3  
  Arizona 6 7 X
  Oklahoma 0 6 X
Oklahoma 2  
Wichita State 0  
  Oklahoma 6
  Louisiana–Lafayette 3  
Louisiana–Lafayette 7
Oregon 5  
  Oklahoma 2 X
Norman Regional - OU Softball Complex
  Oregon 1 X  
Wichita State 2  
Oregon 38  
  Louisiana–Lafayette 1
  Oregon 3  

Stanford Super Regional[edit]

 
                                           
Tennessee 9  
Miami (OH) 0  
  Tennessee 4  
  College of Charleston 0  
College of Charleston 10
Virginia Tech 2  
  Tennessee 2 X  
Knoxville Regional - Tyson Park
  College of Charleston 0 X  
Miami (OH) 1  
Virginia Tech 4  
  College of Charleston 6
  Virginia Tech 3  
  Tennessee 2 6 X
  Stanford 0 0 X
Missouri 0  
Southern Illinois 3  
  Southern Illinois 1
  Stanford 9  
Stanford 9
Robert Morris 0  
  Stanford 3 X
Columbia Regional - Mizzou Softball Stadium
  Missouri 2 X  
Missouri 95  
Robert Morris 0  
  Southern Illinois 0
  Missouri 95  

Los Angeles Super Regional[edit]

 
                                           
UCLA 6  
Loyola Marymount 1  
  UCLA 1  
  Cal State Fullerton 211  
Cal State Fullerton 5
UNLV 4  
  Cal State Fullerton 0 1  
Los Angeles Regional - Easton Stadium
  UCLA 6 3  
Loyola Marymount 1  
UNLV 6  
  UCLA 4
  UNLV 1  
  UCLA 1 5 3
  Georgia 4 4 2
Georgia 7  
Tennessee Tech 3  
  Georgia 8
  Georgia Tech 1  
Georgia Tech 3
Kansas 1  
  Georgia 2 X
Athens Regional - Jack Turner Stadium
  Georgia Tech 1 X  
Tennessee Tech 0  
Kansas 4  
  Georgia Tech 5
  Kansas 2  

Waco Super Regional[edit]

 
                                           
Auburn 0  
Florida State 5  
  Florida State 5  
  Baylor 9  
Baylor 1
Florida A&M 0  
  Baylor 5 X  
Auburn Regional - Jane B. Moore Field
  Florida State 3 X  
Auburn 116  
Florida A&M 2  
  Florida State 2
  Auburn 0  
  Baylor 0 4 1
  California 86 1 7
Fresno State 4  
Long Beach State 0  
  Fresno State 3
  BYU 0  
BYU 3
California 1  
  Fresno State 1 0
Fresno Regional - Margie Wright Diamond
  California 3 1  
Long Beach State 3  
California 4  
  BYU 0
  California 95  

Women's College World Series[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                                           
3 Arizona 0  
11 Tennessee 1  
  11 Tennessee 1  
  7 UCLA 3  
7 UCLA 2
2 California 1  
  7 UCLA 4 X  
  4 Texas 0 X  
3 Arizona 3  
2 California 2  
  3 Arizona 0
  4 Texas 1  
  7 UCLA 5 2 1
  1 Michigan 0 5 4
1 Michigan 3  
DePaul 0  
  1 Michigan 4
  4 Texas 0  
12 Alabama 0
4 Texas 3  
  1 Michigan 0 3
  11 Tennessee 2 2  
DePaul 1  
12 Alabama 2  
  12 Alabama 0
  11 Tennessee 4  

Championship Game[edit]

[4]

School Top Batter Stats.
Michigan Samantha Findlay (1B) 3-5 4RBIs HR 2B
UCLA Lisa Dodd (1B) 1-2 RBI HR 2BBs
School Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO AB BF
Michigan Jennie Ritter (W) 10.0 5 1 1 5 4 34 42
UCLA Anjelica Selden (L) 10.0 9 4 1 2 10 39 41

All-Tournament Team[edit]

The following players were members of the All-Tournament Team. [5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2017 WCWS Records: 2000s Brackets/Rosters/Stats (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved February 23, 2019.
  2. ^ 2017 WCWS Records: WCWS All-Time Results (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved February 23, 2019.
  3. ^ 2017 WCWS Records: All-Time Tournament Records and Results (PDF). NCAA. p. 10. Retrieved February 23, 2019.
  4. ^ "2005 Women's Division I Softball College World Series Game 16". Ncaa.org. Retrieved 2018-06-08.
  5. ^ NCAA Women's College World Series Record Book. Indianapolis, Ind.: NCAA. 2011. pp. 6, 280–292.