But this time its the NU Wildcats looking for a little revenge as Arizona no hit our Cats 8-0 back in February.
Earlier in the day, Eileen Canney 6 hit UCLA to knock them out of the tournament, even though they had come back to tie the game in the 7th. NU's freshman shortstop Tammy Williams homered off Anjelica Selden to give the Cats the lead in the 8th, then firstbaseman Garland Cooper went back to back out to left center to give the Cats a 3-1 lead.
Canney got 2 more strikeouts to end the game, she finished with 6.
Its NU vs AU, Wildcats vs Wildcats as the WCWS finals get under way Monday at 6PM, WT. Game is on ESPN2.
WCWS - A Pair of Wildcats
Guess what, another game against a team we've played before.
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