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Tag: Jocelyn Alo

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 […]

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Oklahoma Sooners | March 16, 2019

Sooners Complete Perfect Weekend In California With 11-1 Win Over Illinois

Jocelyn Alo, Fale Aviu, and Caleigh Clifton all went yard as the Sooners piled up ten or more runs for the fifth consecutive game. All three of those ladies went 2-of-3 from the plate and combined to score 5 of Oklahoma’s 11 runs while knocking in 7 of the team’s 10 RBIs.

Oklahoma Sooners | March 14, 2019

Juarez Records A Perfect Game For Oklahoma

As impressive as Oklahoma’s offensive stats were, the Sooners were even better from the pitching circle where hurlers allowed just one run on two hits, including a perfect game by “G” Juarez.

Oklahoma Sooners | March 1, 2019

Sooners Sweep Double-Header Against Ranked Opponents

Mariah Lopez pitched six shutout innings against Oregon State to pick up her seventh win of the season. Shannon Saile threw the final inning to preserve Oklahoma’s 3-0 over the Beavers.

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 | 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 | 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.