Alabama pitcher Montana Fouts threw the fifth perfect game in Women's College World Series history in Friday's 6-0 victory over UCLA.
ESPN's Andrea Adelson noted it's the first WCWS perfect game since Southern Miss' Courtney Blades in 2000.
"I honestly wasn't really thinking about it," Fouts said. "I don't think you can think like that as a pitcher, as a player or even in the stands really. I was just locked in each pitch because I know that one swing away they have momentum, they're a great hitting team, great pitching staff, we respect them so much."
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