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Oklahoma Sooners | April 18, 2019

Juarez Fans Ten Batters As Oklahoma Takes Game 1 From Texas

Giselle “G” Juarez was dominant from the pitching circle and Sydney Romero was clutch from the plate are Oklahoma edged past Texas 3-1 in the series opener Thursday night.


Oklahoma Sooners | April 5, 2019

Sooners Top Baylor 7-5 To Open Series

Sydney Romero was inches away from a home run as she led off for the bottom of the first. Her off-the-wall triple ended up being the only hit of the frame for the Sooners but a sac-fly by Caleigh Clifton brought her in, producing a 1-0 lead.

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 10, 2019

Oklahoma Softball Completes Third Consecutive Run Rule

Taking the circle in her first start as a Sooner, FIU transfer Shannon Saile threw all five innings of Sunday’s shortened contest against San Diego State. In doing so, she allowed just one hit and struck out eight batters as the OU offense backed her with nine runs in four innings to secure the win.

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 | June 13, 2018

What’s Next For Oklahoma Softball?

For the first time in a long time Oklahoma will enter the 2019 softball season with a bunch of question marks. Gone are the aces in the circle, gone is the team captain, and shortstop, gone is one of the most reliable catchers in the nation. What remains is a drive to continue dominating the Big 12 and making regular appearances in Oklahoma City in late May, and those chances are far from gone.