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Apple doesn’t fall far from the coaching tree
Tim Walton knows exactly how difficult it is to win the Women’s College World Series. The Florida coach made five World Series appearances with the Gators over the last six years and came up short each time, twice falling in the national ...
Sooner men get tough non-conference slate
Oklahoma’s 14-game non-conference basketball schedule was announced for the 2014-15 season on Wednesday. The slate could potentially mean six games against teams that played in the NCAA tournament this past season....
Sooners land four-star commitment
Oklahoma picked up its fifth commitment for its 2015 recruiting class with the addition of four-star cornerback P.J. Mbanasor. Four of the five commitments are members of the ESPN Top 300....
Silver lining for Sooners despite WCWS exit
While the Sooners may not have played their best softball at the Women’s College World Series before being knocked out by Oregon on Saturday, several OU players did turn in performances to remember....
Disappointing, sure, but Sooners still overachieved
In the end, as long as reason and rationality persist, a team is ultimately judged upon how far it got against how far it should have gotten.
Sooners come up just short against Ducks, ending season at WCWS
When the 2014 season began, Oklahoma was the defending national champion but not much was expected ...
Sooners have a shot at redemption in losers’ bracket
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Sooners have lost their share of games this season. They entered the Women’s College World Series 50-11 and winners of 30 of their last 33 games....
OKLAHOMA CITY — While the World Series is dominating the softball world this weekend, there were a few major announcements....
Sooners look nothing like what they’re capable of in first-round loss
OKLAHOMA CITY — Some teams are just special, others get where they’ve been trying to get to all season long, only to look nothing like the team that put itself on the big stage, and still others lose tight, close games, the kind nobody ...
Sooners start with a bang but fizzle quickly vs. Tide
OKLAHOMA CITY— Oklahoma struck first. Shelby Pendley made immediate amends for a disappointing debut in the Women’s College World Series last year by hitting a solo home run to left field and put Oklahoma on the board. She also entered the ...
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