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OKLAHOMA CITY -- In the postgame press conference, Oklahoma senior Erin Miller leaned over, her face masked by the school's third national championship trophy, looking at Paige Parker as the Sooner pitcher described how she did it....Read more
A completely different batting order was on the lineup sheet for the final game of the season than the one that started opening day....Read more
Oklahoma softball has finished the improbable journey and done what know one inside or outside of the Sooner program expected when the journey began four months ago. The Sooners closed out the 2016 season winning 32 of their last 33 games, the last of which on Wednesday...Read more
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The difference between amazing history and lost opportunity can be as unlucky as a rainstorm, like the 2012 national championship the Sooners lost to Alabama, or a botched decision, like maybe the one Oklahoma coach Patty Gasso......Read more
(by Derek Peterson) OKLAHOMA CITY -- With all of the talk surrounding the freshmen and underclassmen at the Women’s College World Series, it’s easy to forget about the senior leadership on the Sooners. Freshman Shay Knighten led the team in home runs and sophomore pitcher...Read more
Sooners' third championship a product of their veteran manager...Read more
NOTEBOOK...Read more
(by Spenser Davis) Oklahoma won its third National Championship in program history on Wednesday night with a thrilling 2-1 victory over Auburn. Paige Parker led the way with seven innings of one-run ball. She sprayed five hits and struck out five as well. The game didn't end...Read more
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Paige Parker's escape made championship possible. Later, the Oklahoma pitcher would allow a home run to Jade Rhodes. So, it's not like Parker was perfect, but one frame earlier, when she had to be, she came through......Read more
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Paige Parker's escape made championship possible. Later, the Oklahoma pitcher would allow a home run to Jade Rhodes. So, it's not like Parker was perfect, but one frame earlier, when she had to be, she came through......Read more
Sophomore Paige Parker absolutely proved her worth on Wednesday night as she guided the Sooners to their third national championship since the 2000 season. Oklahoma plated two runs in the bottom of the opening frame and then rode Parker's arm to the title. Parker allowed...Read more
(by Spenser Davis) Oklahoma finished of its third National Championship in program history with a 2-1 win over Auburn on Wednesday night. Sophomore pitcher Paige Parker was the hero again, tossing seven innings of one-run ball. The only run came on a fourth-inning homer...Read more
(by Derek Peterson) Oklahoma won its third National Championship in program history Wednesday after beating Auburn 2-1 in Game 3 of the Women's College World Series championship series. The Sooners' offense got started early again Wednesday, thanks to some fielding...Read more
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma proved itself as college softball’s best team after registering a 2-1 victory over Auburn to win the best-of-three championship series at the Women’s College World Series on W...Read more
(by Scott Wright) A night after Oklahoma's Paige Parker watched helplessly from the dugout as the Sooners let a seven-run lead dissolve, the sophomore ace made sure that two runs would be enough to make Oklahoma national champions. Parker got pinch-hitter...Read more
imageThe Sooners are your 2016 National Champions! Oklahoma defeated Auburn 2-1 in the deciding game of the WCWS Championship Series Wednesday night to claim the third NCAA title in program history....Read more
6:00 pm (CT) -- ESPN Do or die tonight. Will be fascinating to see how this team, comprised largely of underclassmen, bounces back from Tuesday night. Go get that natty (please!), ladies. BOOMER! #BeatAU...Read more
(by Derek Peterson) It was evident on the mound, it was noticeable in the dugout, and it was even evident in the team’s hotel: Paige Parker was exhausted. “We’re in the hotel. We see her, and Paige will tell you ‘I’m great, I’m great,’ and she would go out and give you everything she had...Read more
It has been a long time since this season’s sensational Sooner softball team has suffered a loss, but that loss will quickly be forgotten if Oklahoma wins the next one and with it the 2016 Women’s College World Series. Everyone has been wondering how this young...Read more
Sometimes things just don't go your way. That was certainly the case for the Oklahoma Sooners on Tuesday night, although it certainly didn't seem that way early. OU posted seven runs on the board during the first two innings and then watched that lead dwindle away as Auburn...Read more
(by Derek Peterson) After a hot start to the game, the Sooners lost late in extra innings 11-7 on a walk-off grand slam Tuesday night to extend the Women’s College World Series championship series to a do-or-die final game. Oklahoma came out of the gates at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium...Read more
OKLAHOMA CITY -- It will all be forgiven if Oklahoma can come back and win this Women's College World Series, and before the next 750 or so words get written, simply let it be known that we're about to question......Read more
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma's Shay Knighten had done it again, blasting a two-run shot to give her team a lead and seemingly assuring OU a 32nd straight, along with a third national championship....Read more
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma's defense entered Sunday's game just .004 behind the 2011 Hofstra Pride for the second best fielding percentage in the history of the NCAA....Read more
imageBy Kyle Fredrickson, Staff Writer | Oklahoma freshman first baseman Shay Knighten launched a rocket to left field late Tuesday and pumped her fist as she rounded first base. The sixth-inning, two-run shot appeared destined...Read more

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