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WVIAC Announces Softball Tournament Pairings

With the WVIAC regular season wrapping up Monday afternoon, the pairings for the 12-team league tournament have been finalized, as announced by the conference office.

With the four league games that were squeezed in Monday, a few shake-ups occurred in the tournament standings.

WV Wesleyan claimed the top seed in the league with its 21-1 overall WVIAC record and a power rating of 180. Shepherd wrapped up the season with a 19-5 ledger (147.5), good enough for second in the standings while WV State took third with a 13-5 record (121.67).

By virtue of its 107.65 power rating points, Fairmont State placed fourth while Glenville State was fifth (98.5, 11-9). Charleston, which split its regular-season doubleheader finale, stands in sixth (97.89, 11-8).

Davis & Elkins posted an 11-9 WVIAC record for 92 points and a seventh-place finish. Seton Hill claimed eighth at 10-10 (84.5). Alderson-Broaddus totaled a 9-11 mark (81.5) for ninth.

Wheeling Jesuit took 10th with 69 points and an 8-12 mark while Concord was 11th at 7-13 (60.5). Despite dropping a doubleheader against West Liberty on Monday evening, Ohio Valley’s power rating of 48.89 was good enough for the last spot in the tournament.

For the full tournament bracket, go to http://www.wviac.org/sports/2011/3/29/SB_0329113253.aspx?path=softball

Thursday
#5 Glenville State vs. #12 Ohio Valley – 10 a.m.
#6 Charleston vs. #11 Concord – 10 a.m.
#7 Davis & Elkins vs. #10 Wheeling Jesuit – 10 a.m.
#8 Seton Hill vs. #9 Alderson-Broaddus – 12 p.m.
#3 WV State vs. #6/11 – 12 p.m.
#4 Fairmont State vs. #5/#12 – 12 p.m.
#1 WV Wesleyan vs. #8/9 – 2 p.m.
#2 Shepherd vs. #7/10 – 2 p.m.

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