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Tag: Oklahoma Sooners Softball

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 15, 2019

Oklahoma Picks Up Two More Impressive Wins On Friday

The second-ranked Oklahoma Sooners are finding their stride as conference play approaches. On Friday OU picked up another pair of shutout wins, bringing their season total to thirteen, and recorded their eleventh run-rule victory of the season.

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 12, 2019

Oklahoma’s Shannon Saile Named Big 12 Pitcher Of The Week

Patty Gasso may be enjoying the deepest pitching staff that she’s had in a while. I realize that is a huge statement coming off the era of Paige Lowary and Paige Parker, but Gasso has three pitchers now that are capable of shutting anyone down.

Oklahoma Sooners | March 9, 2019

Strong Pitching Highlights Saturday Sweep For Sooners

The Oklahoma Sooners improved to 19-2 on the season with a pair of victories on Saturday, including a shutout against Grand Canyon University to mark their ninth of the season. […]

Oklahoma Sooners | March 5, 2019

Oklahoma Keeps Rolling With 16-2 Win Over McNeese

Freshman Grace Green and senior Sydney Romero sparked Oklahoma’s offense by going a combined 5-for-5 from the plate. Green went
3-for-3 from the plate with a run scored, two RBIs and a home run. Romero was 2-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored.