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Tag: Oklahoma Sooners Baseball

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.

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Oklahoma Sooners | March 12, 2019

Sooners Blast Past UTA 9-1

Ben Abram improved his season record to 4-0 by pitching six solid innings in which he allowed just one run off three hits. A trio of pitches came in to pitch relief after Abram was lifted, including Aaron Brooks and Zack Matthews who didn’t allow a hit through the eighth and ninth innings.

Oklahoma Sooners | March 11, 2019

Oklahoma’s Levi Prater Named Big 12 Pitcher Of The Week

It marks the third weekly conference honor for the Sooners this season and is the first of Prater’s career. Tyler Hardman (Player of the Week) and Nathan Wiles (Pitcher of the Week) were awarded the honors back on February 25.

Oklahoma Sooners | March 10, 2019

Sooners Take Weekend Series At Rice 2-1

Sunday brought no drama as OU pitcher Levi Prater kept the Owls at bay by pitching eight strong innings of shutout ball. Striking out nine batters along the way, Prater allowed just three hits and one base on balls.

Oklahoma Sooners | March 2, 2019

Sooners Take Two From Columbia To Sweep Series

Oklahoma Baseball moved to 11-1 on the season with a four-game sweep of Columbia Friday and Saturday. After dismantling the Lions on Friday by a combined score of 21-4, the […]

Oklahoma Sooners | February 25, 2019

Weekend Baseball Recap | Sooners Go 2-1 At Tony Gwynn Classic

Saturday brought a pitcher’s duel against San Diego State with Oklahoma etching out a 1-0 victory. Nathan Wiles struck out 10 batters over seven full innings of work to improve his season record to 2-0. OU’s lone run came in the top of the fifth when Milan Walla knocked in Brady Harlan on a line drive single into center field.