Vojik powers No. 14 seed DePaul pass Arizona State

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Sandy Vojik homered and drove in three runs
as DePaul eliminated Arizona State from the Women's College World
Series with a 3-1 win Saturday.

Vojik hit a two-run home run off Sun Devils starter Katie
Burkhart (35-13) in the fifth inning and added an RBI single in the
seventh to give the 14th-seeded Blue Demons a 3-0 lead.

Rhiannon Baca drove in the only run for Arizona State (54-17)
with a single in the bottom of the seventh off Tracie Adix (22-3).
Michelle Smith had two hits and scored for the Sun Devils.

Adix allowed five hits and one walk while striking out three.
DePaul (47-12) advanced to face defending champion Arizona, the No.
1 seed, in another of the four elimination games scheduled

Burkhart gave up six hits and walked one. She had nine

NCAA batting leader Kaitlin Cochran, who was walked in all three
of her plate appearances in Arizona State's 2-0 loss to
Northwestern in the opening round, was moved to the leadoff spot
and went 1-for-3 with a single.