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Tag: Patty Gasso

Oklahoma Sooners | May 10, 2019

Oklahoma Softball Preview | Here’s What You Need To Know About The Big 12 Tournament

After becoming the first program in history to sweep the Big 12 in back-to-back seasons, The Sooners are heading to Oklahoma City with an eye on their third consecutive postseason tournament championship.

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Oklahoma Sooners | May 8, 2019

Oklahoma Claims Every Big 12 Softball Postseason Award

Sydney Romero was named Player of the Year, Giselle “G” Juarez was awarded Pitcher of the Year, Caleigh Clifton earned Defensive Player of the Year, Grace Green claimed Freshman of the Year and Patty Gasso was named Coach of the Year. That’s the first time one school has completely swept the awards!

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 | 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 | November 13, 2018

An Insider’s View Of What Oklahoma Is Getting In Softball Transfer Giselle “G” Juarez

The addition of Juarez to Oklahoma’s pitching staff keeps the Sooners strong in the circle. After suffering the losses of Lowary and Paige Parker to graduation the Sooners now have a proven World Series pitcher in G Juarez, along with the additions of Shannon Saile, a mid-major standout in her first two seasons at Florida International, and highly touted freshman Brooke Vestal. 

Oklahoma Sooners | May 31, 2018

NCAA Says Controversial Call Against Oklahoma Was The Correct Call

Oklahoma’s 2-0 loss to Washington on Thursday didn’t come without some controversy. After struggling for most of the afternoon to get their offense going, the Sooners were working on putting together a 2-out rally in the bottom of the sixth. With Sydney Romero, on second and Jocelyn Alo on first, Shay Knighten cranked a shot to right field that appeared to be botched by the Huskies’ Trysten Melhart.