A lifelong fan, Paige Parker experienced a dream come true Tuesday when she threw out the first pitch at the Kansas City Royals' game.
Oklahoma sophomore Shay Knighten has been nominated for an ESPY Award in the Best Championship Performance category, ESPN announced Wednesday.
After a remarkable run to the 2017 national championship, it was time to celebrate, and the Sooners did so in front of a packed house at Marita Hynes Field Thursday.
Relive Oklahoma's incredible run through the Women's College World Series to claim its second straight national title, third in five years and fourth all time.
The Oklahoma Softball team invites fans to celebrate its fourth national title Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Marita Hynes Field. Admission is free to this event.
Before her team began its quest to defend its 2016 NCAA crown, Patty Gasso knew she potentially had the deepest pitching staff in her 23 seasons at OU.
For the second straight year, third time in the last five and fourth time overall the Oklahoma Sooners are national champions.
After five hours, 28 minutes, 495 pitches (333 strikes), 122 at-bats, 40 strikeouts, 31 players and 17 innings, the Sooners managed to outlast Florida with a 7-5 victory in Game 1.
Shay Knighten hit a three-run home run in the top of the 17th inning to give Oklahoma a 7-5 win over Florida and a 1-0 lead in the WCWS Championship Series.
Once again, Oklahoma used a little 'Sooner Magic' to turn a deficit into a win and advance in the NCAA tournament, beating Oregon 4-2 Sunday in the WCWS semifinals.
Fale Aviu scored a run, drove in another and Sydney Romero hit a solo home run as Oklahoma beat Washington 3-1 Friday night at the Women's College World Series.
Nicole Pendley hit a three-run home run as part of a four-run first inning and OU never looked back en route to a 6-3 win over Baylor in its first game at the WCWS.