Also, keep in mind that hitting off a tee does not equal hitting a moving ball. A barrel may compress more once a moving ball is adding more kinetic energy to the barrel. I can offer my unbiased opinion that the ghost has more pop than other bats on the market. My DD does not use any fastpitch bat on the market so I have zero reason to care. I've just seen it multiple times this season where a player picks up her ghost and immediately has more pop on the same types of hits. We're not talking about suddenly turning a 250 batter into a 500. Simply more pop.
Now, when it comes to what the OP posted, does it make a difference? UCLA would have still smacked around that team regardless. They probably would have with wood bats. Doesn't change the fact that the ghost most certainly has more pop than most other bats.