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Will and Dulcinea Juarez stood in section seven, four rows from the field, surrounded by Sooner faithful at USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium. [Read More]
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Jocelyn Alo was calm. [Read More]
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No. 1 Oklahoma defeated Florida State 6-2 in game two of the national championship series on Wednesday night in Oklahoma City. [Read More]
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Sophomore left fielder Mackenzie Donihoo made the first out of the national championship against Florida State with a diving catch on Tuesday. [Read More]
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Nicole Mendes' chalk up was simple. [Read More]
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No. 1 Oklahoma (54-3, 16-1 Big 12) defeated James Madison (41-3, 17-1 CAA) 7-1 in the Women's College World Series to advance to the national... [Read More]
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Oklahoma did it. [Read More]
Oklahoma did it.The Sooners battled back after becoming the third top-seeded Women's College World Series team to lose its first game of the tournament. It... [Read More]
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As the smallest Sooner rounded second base, she let out a monstrous scream toward the OU dugout and pumped her fists. As she crossed third... [Read More]
No. 1 Oklahoma (53-3, 16-1 Big 12) defeated James Madison (41-3, 17-1 CAA) 6-3 in the first game of the Women's College World Series semifinals... [Read More]
Jocelyn Alo raced to the bag. [Read More]
Sophomore utility Mackenzie Donihoo hit three home runs in Oklahoma's two Women's College World Series wins against Georgia and UCLA on Saturday. [Read More]
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