UCLA Clobbers Florida
Andrea Harrison hit two homeruns and drove in six runs, Megan Langenfeld went 4-for-4 with a homer and four RBIs, and UCLA broke the Women's College World Series record for runs in a game with a 16-3 rout of Florida on Thursday. Harrison hit three-run homeruns in the first and sixth innings as
the Bruins (46-11) surpassed Alabama's World Series record of 14
runs scored in a shutout against Arizona last year.
The teams combined run totals were also a World Series record. The game was shortened to six innings because of the mercy rule. Langenfeld (12-1) provided the final blow with a two-run homerun to left field to cap UCLA's nine-run sixth inning. She also threw five scoreless innings of relief after Tiffany DeFelice of Florida (48-9) tied the game with a three-run double in the second inning.
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