1993 NCAA Division I softball tournament

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1993 NCAA Division I
softball tournament
Finals site
ChampionsArizona (2nd title)
Runner-upUCLA (11th WCWS Appearance)
Winning coachMike Candrea (2nd title)

The 1993 NCAA Division I softball tournament was the twelfth annual tournament to determine the national champion of NCAA women's collegiate softball. Held during May 1993, twenty Division I college softball teams contested the championship. The tournament featured eight regionals of either two or three teams, each in a double elimination format. The 1993 Women's College World Series was held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from May 27 through May 31 and marked the conclusion of the 1993 NCAA Division I softball season. Arizona won their second championship by defeating defending champions UCLA 1–0 in the final game.[1][2]



Women's College World Series[edit]


  1. UCLA
  2. Cal State Northridge
  3. Arizona
  4. Oklahoma State
  5. Florida State
  6. Long Beach State
  7. Southwestern Louisiana
  8. Connecticut

Game results[edit]


Upper round 1Upper round 2Upper finalSemifinalsPreliminary finalFinal
4Oklahoma State113
4Oklahoma State5
5Florida State2
4Oklahoma State0
6Long Beach State0
3Arizona27Southwestern Louisiana1
7Southwestern Louisiana1
2Cal State Northridge2
7Southwestern Louisiana41UCLA0
7Southwestern Louisiana03Arizona1
Lower round 1Lower round 21UCLA1
7Southwestern Louisiana1
4Oklahoma State0
5Florida State1
6Long Beach State22Cal State Northridge0
2Cal State Northridge4

Championship Game[edit]


School Top Batter Stats.
Arizona Wildcats Leah O'Brien (DP) 1-3 RBI
UCLA Bruins Lisa Fernandez (P) 1-2 BB
School Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO AB
Arizona Wildcats Susie Parra (W) 7.0 2 0 0 2 6 22
UCLA Bruins Lisa Fernandez (L) 6.0 1 1 0 1 4 19

All-Tournament Team[edit]

The following players were named to the All-Tournament Team[4]

Pos Name School
P Lisa Fernandez UCLA
Susie Parra Arizona
C Jody Pruitt Arizona
1B Amy Chellevold Arizona
2B Krista Gomez Arizona
3B Nichole Victoria UCLA
SS April Austin Oklahoma State
OF Stacy Redondo Arizona
Kathy Morton Southwestern Louisiana
Andrea D’Innocenzo Connecticut
AL Melanie Roche Oklahoma State
Kyla Hall Southwestern Louisiana


  1. ^ 2015 WCWS Records: 1990s Brackets/Rosters/Stats (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved September 24, 2016.
  2. ^ 2015 WCWS Records: WCWS All-Time Results (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved September 24, 2016.
  3. ^ "1993 Women's Division I Softball College World Series Game 14". Ncaa.org. Archived from the original on March 4, 2016. Retrieved June 8, 2018.
  4. ^ 2015 WCWS Records: All-Time Tournament Records and Results (PDF). NCAA. p. 3. Retrieved September 24, 2016.