NCAA Division II Softball Champ Crowned in Salem:

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Tournament Most Outstanding Player Kristin Erb fires a pitch in her one-hit victory over UA-Huntsville. It was Erb's 100th career shutout and improved her 2009 record to a staggering 50-5.

Tournament Most Outstanding Player Kristin Erb fires a pitch in her one-hit victory over UA-Huntsville. It was Erb's 100th career shutout and improved her 2009 record to a staggering 50-5.
Tournament Most Outstanding Player Kristin Erb fires a pitch in her one-hit victory over UA-Huntsville. It was Erb's 100th career shutout and improved her 2009 record to a staggering 50-5.

The softball championships brought the top eight teams in the nation together for a double elimination tournament at the Moyer Sports Complex last weekend. Lock Haven University (PA) defeated the University of Alabama-Huntsville, 8-0, Monday to win the Division II softball national championship, after knocking off number one-seeded North Georgia. The title game shut out was first team All-American Kristin Erb’s 100th, a Division II NCAA career record for the senior.