(by John E. Hoover) Pitching and defense have been Oklahoma’s weaknesses all season, so it was appropriate that that’s what cost the Sooners in their opener of the NCAA Tournament. No. 3-seed OU was pounded 14-5 by No. 2 East Carolina in the first round of the Charlottesville Regional...read more from AllSooners

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(by Gracie Rawlings) Oklahoma (31-26, 11-13 Big 12) will kick off the 2023 NCAA Baseball Tournament against East Carolina (45-17, 18-6 AAC) in the Charlottesville Regional. East Carolina, who is coming off of an American Athletic Conference championship victory, finished with a 45-17 regular...read more from the OU Daily
(by Parker Thune) Todd Bates and Oklahoma hosted transfer DL Da'Jon Terry for a multi-day visit earlier this week, and despite rumblings that the Mississippi native would ultimately pick a school closer to home, Terry has locked in his commitment to the Sooners. He tweeted Friday morning...read more from the SoonerScoop
(by Jesse Crittenden) OKLAHOMA CITY -- It had been a battle all game. Oklahoma and Stanford were scoreless heading into the bottom of the fifth. The Sooners’ offense struggled to find a rhythm against Stanford pitcher NiJaree Canady, who held the Sooners to just one hit in the first four innings...read more from the OUInsider
(by John E. Hoover) OKLAHOMA CITY -- Jayda Coleman waits for that moment. She’s gotten pretty good at it. Oklahoma’s All-American center fielder anticipates the big moment in a big game, then pounces -- for her, it’s like a tiger on the chase, like blood in the water, like a spark in a powder keg...read more from AllSooners

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(by Bob Przybylo) OKLAHOMA CITY -- That first victory can be difficult, and it took a while for Oklahoma softball to find its bats. The Sooners figured out just enough at just the right time to take down Stanford 2-0 in their first game of the Women’s College World Series Thursday afternoon at...read more from the SoonerScoop
(by Ryan Chapman) OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma’s Women’s College World Series opener was far from straightforward. The top-ranked Sooners struggled to crack Stanford freshman NiJaree Canady’s code in the circle -- for five innings at least. Jayda Coleman ignited Hall of Fame Stadium with a...read more from AllSooners
(by John Williams) The Oklahoma Sooners take their next step toward winning their third straight national championship on Thursday when the Women’s College World Series begins day one. There are several intriguing matchups to watch on Thursday and while the Sooners are the favorites...read more from the Sooners Wire