2010 College Softball World Series: UCLA Battles Arizona For Title

Rick GillispieCorrespondent IIJune 7, 2010

The 2010 College Softball World Series Championship series kicks off Monday Night when UCLA will face Arizona in a best two out of three series.

The Bruins are looking for their 12th title while Arizona is looking for its ninth.

Since 1982, when the started having Women's College World Series the Pac-10 has won 21 times out of 28 tries. And for those wondering, four of the years they didn't win, they finished second.

UCLA has beaten Florida, Hawaii and Georgia to get to the finals, while Arizona lost to Tennessee. After that, they won four in a row beating Washington, Hawaii, and Tennessee twice to get here.

Games will be played Mon thur Wed on ESPN.

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