Arizona's Katie Swan stands on second base after knocking in two runs in the top of the 14th inning at the Women's College World Series in 1997. Photo by Bruce McClelland / Arizona Daily Star

Bruce McClelland / Arizona Daily Star

The Wildcats and Bruins were tied 0-0 after 13 innings. In the 14th, with two out, second baseman Katie Swan looped a single near the left-field line to score Chrissy Gil to break the stalemate. Gil’s infield single and stolen base set the stage for Swan. Two days later Arizona whipped the Bruins 10-2 in five innings to win the championship. 

Sports columnist for the Arizona Daily Star.