You turned on the television earlier this year and saw the action of the Women’s College World Series, or maybe you caught a softball game going on at a local park.
As soon as the college softball season ended, the floodgates of the transfer portal opened.
One of the main players behind one of the greatest dynasties in college softball history will play the sport elsewhere next season.
Bear witness to greatness.
Oklahoma softball’s magical ride in 2023, in which it now sits just two wins away from the first three-peat of national championships in the sport in over three decades, had to start somewhere.
We’ve made it.
A golden rule in postseason play is to never assume that any game is a gimme.
The road to a college softball national championship is not paved for anyone, no matter how good they are.
With many college softball programs across the country either at, past or quickly approaching 20 games played, is it fair to begin making assumptions?
The path to a college softball national championship rarely is straightforward, as Oklahoma was reminded of this past week.
The No. 1 and No. 2 teams in college softball met at the final day of the 2023 Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic as Oklahoma Softball, the defending two-time NCAA champion, faced the top-ranked UCLA Bruins.
The third day of the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic begins Saturday from Cathedral City, California, as four top-10 ranked teams are in action.
For the first time since 2021, Oklahoma Softball was not the No. 1 team in the country in the most recent college softball rankings.
College softball's biggest non-conference event is here as the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic begins at 12:30 p.m. ET from Cathedral City, Calif. on Feb. 23.
The 2023 college softball season begins in February as teams from across the country will play their first slate of games before conference season begins. Many of those games will take place at preseason events such as the Mark Campbell Collegiate Invitational, the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge and 2023 Candrea Classic.