Author: M. Hofeld

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Oklahoma Sooners | March 23, 2019

Sooners Power Past Texas Tech To Take Series

Freshman Grace Green left the park twice on the afternoon, finishing her day with two runs scored, and three RBI, on a 3-for-4 performance from the plate.


Oklahoma Sooners | March 23, 2019

Sooners Lose 2020 JUCO Receiver Commitment

In ten games for the Wolves he racked up 738 all-purpose yards, and eight touchdowns, earning him another opportunity to play in Norman. On January 28th of this year Taylor once again pledged to come to Oklahoma, this time as a member of the 2020 class.

Oklahoma Sooners | March 23, 2019

Sooners Looking To Take Opening Conference Series

When Oklahoma takes the field this evening against the Kansas they’ll be looking to win the three-game series after defeating the Jayhawks 5-1 in Friday’s Big 12 opener.

Oklahoma Sooners | March 22, 2019

Sooners Take Conference Opener At Texas Tech

After both teams swapped runs in the top of the first, Oklahoma was able to jump in front for good in the top of the third off a Nicole Mendes triple that scored Shay Knighten and Grace Green.

Oklahoma Sooners | March 21, 2019

Sooners Set To Host 3-Star Defensive End

At 6-3/223, Powell is a 2020 prospect that is really seeing his recruiting pick up a lot of traction. Already holding 14 scholarship offers, it is thought that his top three choices at the moment are Michigan, Oklahoma, and Virginia Tech.

Oklahoma Sooners | March 20, 2019

Oklahoma Makes Quick Work Of North Texas 8-0

Run-rule shortened games are becoming a regularity for Oklahoma Softball. The Sooners defeated North Texas 8-0, in five innings, on Wednesday night to mark their third-consecutive run-rule decision and thirteenth […]

Oklahoma Sooners | March 20, 2019

Sooners Hang On For Sweep Of New Mexico With 8-6 Win

Conor McKenna went 2-for-4 from the plate, knocking in three RBI, to boost Oklahoma’s offense. The Sooners scored three runs in the first to jump out early on New Mexico and then added five more runs over the fourth, fifth, and seventh innings to seemingly take control of the game before the Lobos rallied.