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Tag: Eliyah Flores

Oklahoma Sooners | March 10, 2019

Sooners Blank Northwestern For Third Shutout Of The Weekend

Sunday’s victory was the third shutout for Oklahoma over the weekend. OU won those three games by a combined score of 16-0.

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Oklahoma Sooners | February 14, 2019

Oklahoma’s Run-Rule Streak Extends To Four Games

Junior pitcher Mariah Lopez was finally tagged for a run when UK’s Lauren Johnson sent a solo home run shot over the right field fence in the top of the first. That would be it for the Wildcats on the scoreboard though as Oklahoma would get to cranking it in the third.

Oklahoma Sooners | February 8, 2019

Lopez Pitches Complete Game Shutout As Sooners Sweep Opening Day

A junior from Saugus, California, Lopez held Syracuse to just one hit in her complete game season debut. She allowed ample time for Oklahoma’s offense to kick in and power the fourth-ranked Sooners to six runs over the final four innings.

Oklahoma Sooners | January 10, 2019

Oklahoma Softball Picked As Preseason Favorites In Big 12

For the third consecutive season every Big 12 coach not named Patty Gasso voted Oklahoma #1 in the preseason poll. Coaches are not allowed to vote for their own program which means that Baylor’s first place vote game from Gasso.

Oklahoma Sooners | May 9, 2018

Oklahoma Nearly Sweeps Big 12 Softball Awards

The Oklahoma Sooners had an unprecedented season in 2018 and in doing so earned a ton of recognition. Four days after completing a Bedlam sweep that allowed OU to finish conference play with a perfect 18-0 record, the Sooners filled four of the five spots for yearly conference awards and placed eight nominees on for all-conference. 

Oklahoma Sooners | May 2, 2018

Oklahoma Wins Seventh Consecutive Big 12 Title

For nearly a decade Oklahoma Softball has dominated the Big 12 with a perfect balance of pitching and hitting. The Sooners put on a display, in both of those categories, as they used three home runs and no-hitter from Paige Parker to run-rule Oklahoma State 8-0 in five innings.