Via uclabruins.com:

 Vs. Cal State Northridge, April 18
Cal State Northridge 3, UCLA 10
Harrison, 4/18: (AB-4;R-0;H-1;RBI-1;BB-0;SO-0;PO-0;A-1;LOB-1)

“…The Bruins tied things up in their first at-bat, producing three straight doubles by Schroeder, LaRosa and senior Andrea Harrison to make it 2-all.
“… Harrison tapped one back to the circle, which forced Snow at the plate for the second out, but Bates followed with a double to center to bring in Schroeder and LaRosa to make it 10-3. However, Northridge avoided the mercy rule, as Harrison was thrown out at the plate for the final out of the inning.”

Vs. Utah, April 20,21,and 22
Game 1, 4/20: UCLA 5, Utah 0
Game 2, 4/21: UCLA 11, Utah 8
Game 3, 4/22: UCLA 9, Utah 1
Harrison, 4/20-22: (AB-10;R-4;H-5;RBI-8;BB-1;SO-0;PO-3;A-0;LOB-0)
Game 1:
“UCLA scored three more times in the sixth. Again with one out, senior Andrea Harrison singled up the middle and moved to second on a passed ball. After a walk to junior B.B. Bates, and with freshman Sam Duran coming in to run for Harrison, Yudin smashed her seventh homer of the season to left-center to increase the Bruins’ lead to 5-0.”
Game 2:
“Senior Andrea Harrison hit a pair of homers and drove in four…
“…Harrison moved into fourth place on UCLA’s all-time list with her 51st and 52nd career home runs.
“…LaRosa followed with a double to right-center to plate Duran to make it 3-0 and a home run by Harrison to center, her 11th of the year, increased the UCLA lead to 6-0.
“…The Bruins got one of the runs back in the fourth on a leadoff homer by Harrison to right-center, her 12th of the season and second of the game, to make it 11-2.”
Game 3:
“Seniors Andrea Harrison and Dani Yudin and freshman Stephany LaRosa each had two hits, while Harrison, LaRosa and juniorB.B. Bates all homered, as the 15th-ranked Bruins defeated Utah 9-1 in six innings on Sunday at Easton Stadium.
“…Harrison drove in four to give her three homers and eight RBI in the series, while LaRosa had a pair of RBI.
“… Harrison smashed her 13th homer of the season to left to increase UCLA’s lead to 6-1.”

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