Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
MARCH 03, 2017

Game Notes: Oklahoma vs. Central Connecticut (Game One)

Game Notes: Oklahoma vs. Central Connecticut (Game One)
Location: Norman, Okla. - L. Dale Mitchell Park
Result: Win, 3-0
Attendance: 1,053
Date: March 3, 2017

Notes

Team:

  • Oklahoma’s win-streak reached nine; the longest since 13 in 2013.
  • The game marked the first meeting with CCSU since the 2004 NCAA Oklahoma City Regional.
  • The Sooners recorded 20 strikeouts; reaching double figures for the seventh time this season. It marked the highest team-strikeout total since 19 against Little Rock (5/4/10).
  • klahoma registered its first shutout of the season and first since beating West Virginia (4/22/16), 1-0 in 10 innings.
  • The Sooners’ three runs scored is the least in a win this season and tied for least overall.
  • All 11 games have been started by a sophomore pitcher.
  • Oklahoma owns a record of 21-22 when ranked under Pete Hughes.

Jack Flansburg:

  • Started his first game at shortstop this season. Has started at every infield position for the second year in a row.

Jake Irvin:

  • Struck out a career-high 14 batters; most by a Sooner since Michael Rocha vs. Texas A&M (3/18/11).
  • Fanned five in a row for the second time in his career and was the last OU pitcher to do so against Oklahoma State (4/20/16).

Austin O’Brien:

  • Drove in his ninth run of the year and extended his hit-streak to eight games.

Steele Walker:

  • Extended his career-best hit-streak to 14 games with a one-out single to right in the fourth.

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