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  1. Oklahoma Puts Exclamation On GOAT Claim With 2022 National Title

    Oklahoma Puts Exclamation On GOAT Claim With 2022 National Title

    Jun 10, 2022

    Sports fans and pundits alike love debating the topic Greatest of All Time. Rarely, however, if at all, does an audience get to watch the Greatest of All Time ply their trade in real time and it be plainly evident that they're greatest.
  2. It's A Red River WCWS As Dark-Horse Longhorns Face Juggernaut Sooners

    It's A Red River WCWS As Dark-Horse Longhorns Face Juggernaut Sooners

    Jun 8, 2022

    The Red River Rivalry takes over Oklahoma City as longtime foes Oklahoma and Texas face for the 2022 NCAA softball championship.
  3. Impressive Performances Send Oklahoma, Texas To WCWS Final

    Impressive Performances Send Oklahoma, Texas To WCWS Final

    Jun 7, 2022

    Home-run queen Jocelyn Alo summed it up best.
  4. 2022 Women's College World Series Preview

    2022 Women's College World Series Preview

    May 31, 2022

    All year, college softball teams have prepared for the first week of June. Now, itโ€™s finally arrived.
  5. 2022 Division I Softball Tournament Preview

    2022 Division I Softball Tournament Preview

    May 17, 2022

    Basketball has its madness in March. But college softball can lay claim to some mayhem of its own that begins in mid-May and runs into June.
  6. USA Softball Reveals Watch List For Collegiate Player Of The Year

    USA Softball Reveals Watch List For Collegiate Player Of The Year

    Jan 26, 2022

    With just over two weeks until the start of the 2022 NCAA Division I Softball season, USA Softball has announced the Top 50 โ€œWatch Listโ€ for the 2022 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award. Entering its 20th season, the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award recognizes outstanding athletic achievement by Division I female collegiate softball players from across the nation.
  7. Rising Star: Arizona Storm 2022 Shortstop Viviana Martinez

    Rising Star: Arizona Storm 2022 Shortstop Viviana Martinez

    Nov 20, 2019

    Arizona Storm coach Corey Mathis remembers the first time when college coaches started taking notice of Viviana Martinez. The left-handed-hitting shortstop lofted a routine fly ball to center field that was about to be caught.