March 22, 2010

  Softball Gameday

View Sooner Softball Gameday Central for all the important info surrounding OU's weekly matchups.

Media Guide
View the complete annual media guide from the OU Athletics Communications department.

Follow the Sooners Live
Some Sooner games will be broadcast live in the Norman/OKC area on KREF 1400 AM. Fans can also follow the action worldwide with live stats provided online for every game. A live Webcast is also available for select games.

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Tickets | OU Softball Complex
The Sooners host 18 home games in 2010 and also host the first regular season tournament with the OU Spring Festival March 12-14.

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View game-by-game giveaways and promotions provided by the OU Athletics Marketing department.

Promotions, Posters & Schedule Cards

 No. 11 Oklahoma (25-6) at Tulsa (15-12)
 Date  Tuesday, March 23, 2010 | 6 p.m. CT
 Location  Tulsa, Okla.
 Venue  Donna J. Hardesty Complex
 Tickets  $6 adults | $4 youth
 Online  Gameday Central | Live Stats

 No. 11 Oklahoma (25-6) at Arkansas (18-10)
 Date  Wednesday, March 24, 2010 | 4 p.m. CT
 Location  Fayetteville, Ark.
 Venue  Bogle Park
 Tickets  $4 adults | $2 youth
 Online  Gameday Central | Live Stats

-  Oklahoma leads the all-time series with Tulsa, 32-7 and has a 11-4 mark in games played in Tulsa.
-  The two teams met earlier this season with OU winning 7-0 in Norman.
-  Sophomore Katie Norris led OU, going 2-for-3 with two RBI. Norris was one of three Sooners to hit home runs.
-  Freshman Jessica Shults drove in two runs in the win.
-  Freshman Keilani Ricketts and junior Haley Nix had the other home runs for OU.
-  OU is 25-7 against Tulsa under head coach Patty Gasso. The Sooners are 8-4 on the road against TU during that same span.

-  Oklahoma leads the all-time series with Arkansas, 15-2 and has a 5-1 mark in games played in Fayetteville.
- All 17 series meetings have come since the 2000 season.
- The two teams last met in the 2009 NCAA Regional in Norman. The Sooners set multiple OU and NCAA records in the 21-2 win.

Oklahoma opens conference play this weekend against No. 3 Missouri. Tickets remain, including family packs, and several great promotions are scheduled for the weekend. Both games will area locally in Oklahoma City and Tulsa on Cox. As always, live stats are available.