Result: W, 9-0 (5)
Date: April 4, 2014
- Oklahoma is on a season-high eight game winning streak. OU is outscoring its opponents 59-5 in those eight wins, and no team has scored more than two runs against the Sooners during the streak.
- OU is 5-0 to start the Big 12 for the second season in a row.
- The Sooners have won nine of their past 10 games against the Jayhawks and are 54-42 all-time against Kansas.
- The run-rule victory was the 14th posted by the Sooners this year. They have rattled off 83 straight run-rules since their last run-rule defeat against Texas on March 28, 2009. Of those 83 wins, four have come against Kansas and 43 have been via shutout.
- OU has thrown three straight shutouts, it's longest shutout streak since of the season.
- Oklahoma hit three home runs, their eighth game this season with at least three homers.
- Sophomore Kady Self was 3-3 to tie a career high in hits. She extended her hitting streak to a career-best five games and has gone 3-3 in five of those contests.
- Self added a home run, two runs scored and four RBI. It was her fourth home run in the past five games.
- In her past five games, Self is 11-15 (.733) with four home runs, 11 RBI, 10 runs scored, a double, three walks and no strikeouts. Her slugging percentage in those games is 1.600, while her on-base percentage is .778.
- Sophomore Kelsey Stevens threw her second straight shutout. She allowed one hit, two walks and five strikeouts in the win. She has now thrown 18.1 consecutive scoreless innings over her last four appearances.
- Senior Destinee Martinez was 2-3 with a run scored and an RBI. She now has 239 career hits, tying with Amber Flores ('07-10) and Jessica Shults ('10-13) for eighth most in OU history.
- Junior Shelby Pendley stole a career-high two bases. She was 1-1 at the plate with a pair of walks and a run scored.
- Sophomore Leslie Miller tied a career high with two hits as she finished 2-3 with a run scored. It was Miller's third career two-hit game.