Senior outfielder Trina Gomez and the Utes take on Stanford in a three-game set this weekend in Salt Lake City.
April 15, 2014
Stanford Series Information
Game 1: Stanford Cardinal (25-16, 2-10 Pac-12) at Utah Utes (18-19, 3-11 Pac-12)
Date: Thursday, Apr. 17
First Pitch: 3 p.m. MT
Location: Salt Lake City
Stadium: Utah Softball Stadium (1,410)
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The University of Utah softball team resumes its Pac-12 Conference schedule with a three-game home stand against Stanford this weekend.
The Stanford series at Utah Softball Stadium begins Thursday, Apr. 17 at 3 p.m. MT. The middle game of the set will be played Friday, Apr. 18 at 3 p.m. MT, followed by the series finale on Saturday, Apr. 19 at 12 p.m. MT.
The Utes are 18-19 overall and picked up non-conference doubleheader sweep over Utah Valley on Apr. 14 in Orem.
Utah carries a 3-11 mark in Pac-12 play this season, but is on a three-game slide after being swept at No. 6 Arizona State last weekend in Tempe.
Stanford holds a 25-15 record and the Cardinal are 2-10 in Pac-12 play.
Live Coverage: The first two games of the Stanford series on Thursday, Apr. 17 and Friday, Apr. 18 will be televised live on Pac-12 Networks with Anne Marie Anderson (PBP) and Teri Goldberg (Analyst) on the call.
A live video stream of the Saturday, Apr. 19 game against the Cardinal will be available at utahutes.com.
Stanford Series Promotions: Saturday's contest will be the Alumni Game as Utah Softball welcomes back its former athletes.
Saturday's game will also feature an Easter Egg Hunt. Eggs will be hidden pregame throughout Utah Softball Stadium for kids to find.
Utah Valley Doubleheader Recap: Junior Mariah Ramirez (Hawaiian Gardens, Calif.) picked up two wins on the mound and had three hits with four RBI to lead Utah to a pair of wins at Utah Valley, 6-2 and 8-1, in a non-conference doubleheader at Utah Valley on Monday, Apr. 14 at Wolverine Softball Field. Utah totaled 17 hits in the day as Ramirez went 3-for-7 with four RBI, while picking up two wins on the mound, going 10.2 innings and allowing a pair of earned runs on only eight hits with five strikeouts. She is now 3-3 on the season. Junior Kate Dickman (Mission Viejo, Calif.) had three hits and three runs with three runs scored between the two games.