OKLAHOMA Sooners
Overall Record: 53-4
Conference: Big 12 (1st, 15-2)
Head Coach: Patty Gasso

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TEXAS Longhorns
Overall Record: 50-8
Conference: Big 12 (2nd, 14-4)
   Head Coach: Connie Clark

WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN THE SOONERS AND LONGHORNS MEET

Venue: ASA Hall of Fame Stadium
Game Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
TV: ESPN 2 / ESPN3 
 

Who to Watch for the Sooners: P Keilani Ricketts 32-1, 323 K; Lauren Chamberlain, .463, 82 R, 81 RBI. Brianna Turang, .421, 45 R, 17 RBI.

Who to Watch for the Longhorns: P Blaire Luna,  1.22 ERA,  31-5, 394 K; Taylor Hoagland, .428, 65 R, 45 RBI; Brejae Washington, .383, 47 R, 25 RBI.

IN THE 2013 POSTSEASON

Oklahoma
Regional
    def. Marist, 17-0 [ Box ]
    def. Arkansas, 10-5 [ Box ]
    def. Arkansas, 14-1 [ Box ]
Super Regional
    def. Texas A&M, 10-2 [ Box ]
    def. Texas A&M, 8-0 [ Box ]
Women's College World Series
    
def. Michigan, 7-1 [ Box ]

Texas
Regional
    def. Army, 5-0 [ Box ]
    def. South Carolina, 11-2 [ Box ]
    def. South Carolina, 6-0 [ Box ]
Super Regional
    def. Florida State, 3-2 [ Box ]
    def. Florida State, 4-0 [ Box ]
Women's College World Series
    def. Arizona State, 6-3 [ Box ]

Rosters: Oklahoma | Texas Schedules: Oklahoma | Texas
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OKLAHOMA QUICK HITS
► Oklahoma senior pitcher Keilani Ricketts (32-1) threw the 16th no-hitter in WCWS history on Thursday and the first since 2007, when two were recorded on the same day. The no-hitter was Ricketts’ sixth of the season and seventh of her career. Ricketts surrendered an unearned run and two walks. She struck out 12 batters for her 14th 10-plus strikeout game this season and the 77th of her career.

► With Thursday's win vs. Michigan, OU improved to 51-0 this season when scoring at least three runs in a game.

► The Sooners have now outscored their opponents 451-67 on the year. In six NCAA postseason games this year, they have accumulated a 66-9 run advantage.

TEXAS QUICK HITS
► The six runs scored by Texas on Thursday were its most in a WCWS game. The win was Texas’ ninth come-from-behind victory this season. In the fifth inning, Texas broke a 19-inning WCWS scoreless streak that dated back to 2006.

► Texas scored its first run of Thursday's game off a Taylor Thom double. On the same play, an error allowed a second run to cross the plate, knotting the game at 2-2. The RBI was Thom’s 66th of the season, extending her single-season school record. It was her team-leading 11th RBI this postseason. 

► Blaire Luna extended her streak of not surrendering a hit to 12 innings before Arizona State sophomore Elizabeth Caporuscio singled in the fifth inning. Luna improved to 31-5 on the season. She struck out 10 batters, her 23rd double-digit strikeout game this season.