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JACKSON, Tenn. – The West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex in Jackson, Tenn., will host the 2012 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Softball Championship, April 27-29. Six teams will compete for the conference title and a berth in the NCAA national tournament. 

All games will be played in Complex D at the Sportsplex, located at 250 BancorpSouth Parkway, and will have tickets available at the gates. An all-sessions pass will be available for $12, daily passes will be available for $5 each.

Live stats (here) will be available for every game, as will live video (here) courtesy of the Southwestern University sports information department. Interviews with coaches and players will be conducted after each game and linked in the game recaps.

Last year, DePauw University claimed its third SCAC title in the last four years. A three-run home run from Haley Buchanan - her first hit of the tournament - was the difference as the Tigers earned a 3-2 win over Trinity University in the championship game.

2012 SCAC SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE (printable bracket)

Friday, April 27

Game 1 - Southwestern 2, Rhodes 1 - Box Score | Recap
Game 2 - Millsaps 8, Austin College 0 - Box Score | Recap
Game 3 - Birmingham-Southern 4, Southwestern 3 - Box Score | Recap
Game 4 - Trinity 1, Millsaps 0 - Box Score | Recap

Saturday, April 28
Game 5 - Southwestern 9, Austin College 5 - Box Score | Recap
Game 6 - Rhodes 7, Millsaps 0 - Box Score | Recap
Game 7 - Trinity 6, Birmingham-Southern 5 - Box Score | Recap
Game 8 - Southwestern 7, Rhodes 5  Box Score | Recap
Game 9 - Birmingham-Southern 6, Southwestern 2 - Box Score | Recap

Sunday, April 29
Game 10 - Birmingham-Southern 5, Trinity 2 - Box Score | Recap
Game 11 - Birmingham-Southern 3, Trinity 1 (10) - Box Score | Recap

All-Time SCAC Softball Tournament Winners (host)
1999    Trinity University (Trinity University)
2000    Trinity University (Rhodes College)
2001    Trinity University (DePauw University)
2002    Trinity University (Millsaps College)
2003    Millsaps College (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology)
2004    Sewanee-The University of the South (Oglethorpe University/Panthersville, Ga.)
2005    Trinity University (Hendrix College)
2006    Trinity University (Sewanee-Univ. of the South)
2007    Trinity University (Trinity University)
2008    DePauw University (Centre College)
2009    DePauw University (Trinity University)
2010    Southwestern University (Hendrix College)
2011    DePauw University (DePauw University)

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